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S. W. PARTRIDGE AND CO., 9, PATERNOSTER ROW.

1867.

Per 133.d 8.

INDEX.

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Samoa, Romish Mission in

253

Sandwich Islands Missionary, A 295

Seamen, Our, Afloat and in Heathen

Countries

391

Soldiers, Our, and Sailors Abroad : 52
Syrian females, English Efforts for, 536
Tinnevelly Mission, The

145

Travancore, Medical Missions in

South

351

Travancore, London Mission inSouti 393
Turkey, Mission Work in

49, 103
Turcoman Tribes, On the

529
Victoria, The Chinese in

396

Turkey in Asia, 126, 172, 220, 321,413,559

Syria, 126, 172, 222, 321, 550

Persia, 224, 323, 416

India, 33, 225, 370, 417, 460, 560

Bombay, 33, 83, 173, 518, 561

Punjaub, 465, 516

Cashniere, 82

Bengal, 80, 173, 324, 462

Rajpootana, 81, 127

Delhi, 463, 519

Orissa, 33, 461, 466

Santhal, 462

Mysore, 370

Bangalore, 324, 520

Madras, 462
Travancore, 276
Tinnevelly, 418, 464

Arcot, 175, 370
Buurmah, 84
Tibet, 277
China, 85, 178, 562

Fekiug, 176, 278
Ningpo, 374
Hangchow, 470
Amoy, 35
Fuhcbau, 119, 521, 562
Canton, 420
Shanghai, 130
Ch'ao Chou Foo, 561

Formosa, 176
Japan, 131, 422

EUROPE,

AL'STRALASIA.

Australia, 35, 131, 226

New Zealand, 87, 226, 327, 375, 567

New Hebrides, 131, 228, 279

Society Islands, 88

Samoa Islands, 280

Cook Islands, 39, 523

Fiji Islands, 88, 229, 281, 327, 472

Sandwich Islands, 137, 424

Mclanesia, 88

Micronesia, 230

ESGLAND, 17, 67, 115, 161, 204, 261, 306,

355, 402, 448, 500, 548

Scotland, 17, 68, 116, 163, 206, 267, 309,

357, 404, 450, 502, 550

Ireland, 18, 69, 117, 164, 208, 268, 310,

357, 405, 451, 564, 551

France, 20, 71, 120, 165, 211, 270, 312,

360, 406, 452, 506, 553

Holland, 365, 411

Belgium, 73, 122, 213, 316, 363, 408, 454,

510, 555

Germany, 76, 125, 168, 214, 271, 318, 365,

403, 405, 508, 556

Poland, 216

Siberia, 28

Hungary, 30, 77, 272

Danubian Principalities, 217

Sverien, 438, 509

Russia, 31, 170

Lapland, 28

Italy, 26, 77, 122, 171, 218, 273, 319, 367,

412, 47, 513, 358

Switzerland, 22, 167, 317, 456, 512

Spain, 366

Portugal, 79, 367

Greece, 368, 515

Turkey in Europe, 79, 369

AFRICA.

Nubia, 132

Abyssinia, 284

East Coast, 284, 127

West Coast, 39, 135, 180, 285, 377, 568

South Africa, 89, 135, 181, 230, 426, 624,

569

Madagascar, 137, 233, 427

AMERICA.

United States, 99, 137, 133, 231, 330, 378,

428

Canada, 381, 525

British Columbia, 40

Mexico, 430

Brazil, 41

Chili, 332

Bahamas, 42

West Indies, 570

SUGGESTIONS AND REPLIES.

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Guthrie, T., D.D., Out of Harness

(Strahan)

336

Guthrie, T., D.D., Man and the

Gospel (Strahan)

5 72

Hebert, Rev.C., Ritualis ? or

Church Views ? (Dalton)

238

Hodder, Edwin, The Story of Jesus,

in verse (Jackson, Walford &

Hodder

192

Holder, Rev. W., The Puist and Fui

ture of the Kaffir Races (44, Pater-

noster Row)

95

Hool, Rev. E. P., Lamps, Pitchers;

and Trumpets (Jackson, Walford,

& Hodder)

571

Howson, Rev. j. s., D.D., scenes

from the Life of St. Paul (Religi-

ous Tract Society)

46

Kennaway, J. H., M.A., On Sher-

man's Track

95

Kitto, J., D.D., Daily Bible Illustra:

tions (Oliphant)
Leifchild, Rev.J., D.D., Remarkable

Facts, illustrative of Holy Writ
(Jackson & Hodder)

528

Lewis, Rev. C. B., The Authenticity

of the Gospel llistory (Baptist

Mission Prese)

48

Logan, W., Words of Comfort (Nis-

bet)

450

Ludlow, J. M. and Lloyd Jones,

Progress of the Working Classes

(Struhan)
Maccoll, Rev.D., Among the Masses;

a Word in the Wynds (Nelson)
Macdonald, George, Unspoken Ser-

144

Macdonald, G. M. A. Annals of a

Quiet Neighbourhood (Straban). 571

Macleod, D.D., Reminiscenccs of a

Highland Parish

191

Macleod, N., D.D)., Simple Truths to

Working People (Strahan)

47

Marshall, W., The Old Gateway

(Seeley).

480

Menorials of i Deparied Friend
(Nisbet & Co.)

336

Memorials of James Henderson, M.D.

(Stock)

295

Mills, J., The New Creation (Stockj 480

Parkes, Joshua, D.D., The Pulpit

Analyst (Jackson, Walford, &

Hodder)

47

Plumptre, E. H., M.A., Chrisi andi

Christendom (Strahan)

287

Preuss, 1).E., The Romish Doctrine

of the Immaculate Conception (T.

& J, Clark)

384

Questions of the Daş (Seeley) 479

Richard, H., Letter on the Condition

of Wales (Jackson, Walford, &

Hodder).

190

Rigg, J. H., D.D., Essays for the

Times (Stock)

96

Saphir, Rer, A., B.A,, Christ and

the Scriptures (Morgan & Chase) 937

Sargeant, G. E., The Chronicle of

an Old Manor House (Religious

Tract Society)

192

Sibree, Mary, Sermons from the

Studio(Jackson, Walford,& llodder,572

Six Lectures delivered in Exeter

Hall (Nisbet & Co.)

288

Smithson, J.S., St. Patrick, the Mis-

sionary of Ireland (R. Y. Moffatt

and Co.).

480

Tayler, Rev. C. B., M.A., Memorials

of the English Martyrs (Religious

Tract Society)

572

Taylor, Rev. Isaac, M.A., The Fa:

mily Pen (Jackson, Walford &

Hodder)

479

The Autobiography of a French Pro-

testant (Rcligious Tract Society) 96

The Christian Year Book (Jackson,

Walford & Hodder)

296

The Congregational Psalmist (Jack-

son, Walford & Hodder)

394

The Fishers of Derby House

192

The Mirage of Life (Religious Tract

Society)

572

The Wisdom of our

Fathers (Rcligi-

ous Tract Society)

238

Thoughts for the Inner Life (jack:

son, Walford & Hodder)

237

Tytler, Sarah, The Diamond Rose

(Strahan)

571

Vaughan, Dr. C. J., Characteristics

of Christ's Teaching (Strahun) 47

Webb, Mrs., Pomponia (Religious

Tract Society)

288

White, Rev. V., Ritualism and New

Testament Christianity (Visbet &

Co.)

238

“Whó Giveth songs in the Night";

(Religious Tract Society)

237

Whately, E. Jane, Life and Corres-

pondence of Archbishop Whitely

(Longman)

Warren, Miss, John Knox and his

Times (Nisbet)

143

Williams, Right Rei, w., Christi:

anity among the New Zealanders

(Seeley).

91

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CHRISTIAN WORK;

OR,

The News of the Churches.

MAGAZINE OF RELIGIOUS AND MISSIONARY INFORMATION.

FRANCE IN THE PRESENT CRISIS.

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TURMOIL, confusion, loud babblings, premature lurking poison within. Man-worship, self-woraspirations doomed to failure ; soundings of the ship is the tendency of the day ; “ Ye shall be als war-trumpet, unexpected peace, energetic prepara- gods," has never been unlearnt. tions for the gathering of all nations in harmonious The recoil of Atheism from Christianity is imemulation, and projects upon projects for the mense ; it is not, as in former years, a simple strengthening of armies ; unsolved problems, and recoil from Romanism, it is a turning-away with withal hurryings onward and ever onward to an disgust from every idea of revealed religion. unknown and generally drealed future, a gulph Doubtless the follies of Rome gave the first shock, whose emanations blind, and intoxicate, and and the inconsistencies of Christendom gave the madden-such has been the year 1866 to France. second, loosening the bands woven by mothers'

In politics abroad, apparent failure ; no pre- lips about the infant mind; but it seems now a ponderance acquired in Mexico, no aggrandize- deeper and more tremendous hate, even the one ment obtained in Europe ; but a gathering up, a spoken of by our Lord : “ Every one that doeth powerful strengthening, a quiet constant feeling of evil, hateth the light.” This it is which has the European pulse, observers in every land giving broughtsome few honest and long-sighted Christians the measure of sentiment and the temperature of to give a brother's pressure to hands extendel opinion, a cool, calm waiting-time with the im- above impassable barriers, while keeping their perial master. At home, impulse given to every footing firm on the rock of God's revealed word. thing but freedlom ; science, manufactures, trade, On the other hand, the recoil of Ultramontanism public instruction ; even associated labour is from the written word of God gives but greater making fair headway. The international exhibi- impetus to Atheism, by presenting a caricature of tion for 1867 is drawing out the powers of thou-Christianity as disgusting to what exists of moral sands, and giving work to millions and hope of feeling as it is antagonistic to the Gospel. fortune to millions morc.

Whether the hour is at hand when the great In religion, the steady progress of materialism Babylon will be cast like a millstone intɔ the sea, | points to a future of universal confusion. Man, and the way thus be opened for the last great onset

casting off the consciousness of his spiritual upon the word of God, or whether it be delayed, | nature, strives to be independent, and boasts that the prelates in France, Gallicans and Ultramon

he is at the top of animality! Independent tanists, are vigorously calling attention to signs | ,

morality is putting the question, “ whether a of the times, and predicting woes against the moral sense exists ?” Truly extremes meet. This kings and peoples who come not to the rescue of is propagated throughout France with fearful-Rome! Infidels delight in telling them that rapidity by the press in every attractive form. Rome will merge quietly into the capital of Italy, Deism is overpast by a thousand miles. The in- and the Pope be left to govem his church, fluence glides in everywhere ; it finds openings in without the smallest perturbation in public almost every heart, and congenial soil when it affairs. enters. The poison from without warms up the There are thus two great influences in vigorous

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