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indulge the hope that others will continue to issue the monthly numbers of the Panoplist after the present generation of writers and readers are laid in the dust. But if the affection of our friends should languish, and our prospects should be dark and dubious, we shall be compelled, however reluctantly, to abandon the prosecution of our plans, and to relinquish a work which we honestly believe to be useful to the rising generation, and to the Christian community; a work to the execution of which a regard to pecuniary advantages (or, as we hope, any other unworthy motive) has never prompted us.

In this volume, the attention of the American people has been called, more explicitly than at any former period, to the interesting subject of Foreign Missions. Many instances of very exalted beneficence we have had the pleasure to record. The zeal, the unanimity, the activity, and the cheerful offerings of Christians in this cause, are truly admirable; they are worthy of devout acknowledgment, and fervent gratitude; and they should excite every friend of Christ and his church to pray, that the same beneficent spirit may be continued and blessed till idolatry, ignorance, and the evil passions, shall give place to the advancing glories of the millennium.

From a large part of the Panoplist having been devoted to the subject of missions, and to some other subjects of a practical nature, it has followed, that less room has been afforded for the plain and important doctrines of the Gospel, than would have been desirable. This deficiency we hope will be supplied hereafter; and we, therefore, cordially invite some of cur correspondents to lend their aid, in stating and proving, in a plain, familiar manner, the leading doctrines of Divine Revelation.

Boston, May 30, 1812.

INDEX

OF THE ESSAYS, INTELLIGENCE, &c. &c. CONTAINED IN

THIS VOLUME.

.

P

sion to

ing of

.

ADDRESS to the public

1 Birman Empire, some descrip.
on the subject of Foreign

tion of

187
Missions

241 Bonaparte's conference with the
to the churches of New

clergy

188
Hampshire on the subject Boston, revival of religion in 317 363,
of the Trinity
253

[401 451.509
Allegory

554 Brachmans and Brahmins, some
American attempts to extend

account of

498
the Gospel, thoughts on 396 Buchanan, Rev. Dr. speech of,
Amusements of mankind, a proof before the Society for promot.
of depravity

307 ing Christianity among the
Apostasy of our first parents, re. Jews

135
marks on

56 Burder, Rev. George, letter to 180
Arithmetic applied to moral pur-
poses

18 Caghnawagas, a projected mis.
Association of ideas
300

242
Association, General, of Massa- Cent Societies, thoughts on 560
chusetts Proper, meet. Cent Society

188
84
donations to

92
rules of

87 Chronological Table for 1811 573
report of the Commit. Clergy, learned and pious, ne.
tee of, on the state of cessity of

3
religion

88 Conferences, religious, on the
Association, General, of New opposition to

294
Hampshire, meeting of 229 Consecration of the Rey. Alex.
report of the Commit.

ander Viets Griswold 93
tee of, on the subject of

of Rev. juhn Henry Hobart ib.
religion
232 Contempt, nature of

304
Asylum for the destitute

556 Corban Society in Boston 380
Atkinson, Rev. Miles, character Correspondents, norices 48 96 144,
of

147 •[240 288,336 384,432 480.528,576

Criminal laws, a proof of ucprav.
Baster's retrospective view of his ity

153
religious opinions

21.69 Cruelty, a proof of depravity 304
Benevolent Society, notice of 374
Bengal, mission in

379 Danish mission in India, notice of 546
Bethelsdorp, mission at 565 Death of Abeel, Rev. John N.
Bible Society, British and For-

D. D.

576
eign, seventh report of 328 375, Alexander, James, Esq.

480
[423 470
Atwater, Mr. Jeremiah

4.9
Bible Society, New Jersey 334 Bacon, Hon. Ebenezer 336
Leicester Auxiliary 234 Baden, grand duke of

285
Bristol Auxiliary 276 Barnes, Mrs. Abigail 336
Liverpool Auxiliary 328 Bean, Capt. William C. 384
Edinburgh
276 Bean, Mrs. Mary

576
Hibernian

327 Bedford, Hon. Gunning,
Birmani empire, a projected mis.

Esq.

ib.
sion to

241
Blake, Mr. Nathan

285

Death of Bougainville, Couut de 336 Death of Moore, Homer, Esq. 285

Bowdoin, Hon. James 240 Mosely, Dr. Thomas ib.
Bruce, Hon. Charles A.
192 Muter, Hon. George

48
Burke, Mrs, widow of the

Nicholson, Com. Samuel

384
Rt. Hon. Edmund Burke 57 5 Norris, Mrs. Phebe

192
Chapin, Mrs. Anna

ib. Owens, Col. Abraham 384
Chamberlain, Mrs. Lucretia 480 Paine, Robert Treat, Esq. 286
Chase, Hon. Samuel
48 Parker, Sir Peter

480
Chickering, Rev. Jabez 528 Penn, Richard, Esq.

96
Clinton, Ex. George

ib. Pickering, Hon. John 192
Coffin, Hon. Josiah 240 Pinckney, Mrs. Mary

480
Conner, Mr. Benjamin 336

Post, Mrs. Eve

96
Craig, Sir James H. 528

Read, Miss Charlotte 240
Cranch, Hon. Richard 240 Rice, Hon. Thomas

528
Crawford, Lt. Gen. Robert 576 Ridgley, Hon. Henry 96
Cumberland, Richard, Esq 48 Rodgers, Mrs. Mary 576
Dalton, Peter Roe, Esq. 240

Roulstone, Miss Lavinia 240
Davis, Mr Peter

480
Rowley, Mr. S.

480
Dennie, Joseph, Esq. 576

Ruffin, Gen.

96
Deolph, Maj. Ezra
240 Sauk, John Esq.

576
Dessessarts, M. Jean C. ib.

Shepard, Hon. Amos

480
Devonshire, the duke of ib. Simons, · Charles Dewar,
Drury, Admiral
ib. Esq.

ib.
Eaton, Gen. William

48 Slosson, Mrs. Hannah ib.
Farris, Stephen
240 Smith, Col. 'John

96
Fisher, Mr. Ebenezer 96

Snow, Mrs. Anna

240
Fitzsimmons, Thomas, Esq. 285 Stewart, Lieut. J.

48
Flint, Rev, Ebenezer 286 Sullivan, Mrs. Martha

192
Follow, Peter J.

ib. Suwarrow, Lieut. General
Foot, Mr. Nathaniel

48
Prince

336
Fox, Hon. Henry E. 240 Tabeau, Jaques

192
Girard, Gen.
480 Tarleton, Mr. Elias

336
Goodhue, Mrs. Elizabeth

336

Thayer, Rev. Elihu, D. D. 576
Grant, Rev. Thomas
96 Townley, Rev. John

528
Gregory, Charles

48 Townsend, the Marquis
Gurley, Rev. John

528
of

240
Hastings, Hon. John 336 Ulaulak, Mr. John

576
Hodges, A. W. Esq. 192

Upham, Hon. Jabez 286
Huni, Abijah, Esq.

96
Viets, Rev. R.

285
Jennings, Lieut.

144 Whittelsey, Chauncey,Esq. 576
Jolinson, Col. Baker

96 Williams, Hon. William 192
Kamenski, Count

192

Williston, Rev. Noah 336
King of Sicily

240

Wood, Mr, Thomas 192
Lamson, Mrs, Mary 96 Woodbury, Capt. John 240
Law, Capt. Prentice ib. Wobley, Aghor

528
Lincoln, Rev. Perez

48

Wright, Hon. Joshua G. 96
Lyman, William, Esq. 336 Deaths in New York of small pox
Madison, Bishop

576
in 1311,

480
Maransin, Gen.

240
Maskelyne, Rev. Nevil,

ib.
D, D,

96

at Acworth, (N. H.) 576
May, Hon. Elisha

336 Deluge, Mosaic, account of, au
Melville, Lord

96
thentic

345,436,529
Mercer, Mr.

384 Depravity, essay on 150,203,302
Merry, Mrs. Sarah

480 Dispensations and Indulgencies 199
Miller, Dr. Edward 528 Divisie Revelation, Lectures on
Mohee Oudeen

240 the Evidences of 5,56,106,155,345,
Moore, Mrs. Anne
ibo

(436,529

at Peacham, (vt.) of fe

ver's

63

Donations to Foreign Missions 187, Foreign Missionary Society of
[288,336,428,476,527,571

Northampton and the
Dutch settlements in India 551

neighboring towns 571

Foreign Missionary Society, Sa-
Earthquake at St. Michaels 336 co and Biddeford branch of the 570

in the U. S. and S. Fraud, a proof of depravity 302
America

526
Bast Guilford, revival of religion Good works

315
in
East India Company,

settlements Hall, Mr, Gordon, letter from 522
of
551 Holborn Sunday School

45
Ejection of our first parents from Hopkins, Rev. Samuel, D. D.
Paradise,
106 character of,

191
Elliott, Rev. John, letter from, Howard and Potemkin

209
on the revival of religion in his Hymns

480,576
parish

63
Emerson, Rev. Mr. character of 558 Inauguration of Rev. Ebenezer
Enmity to good men, a proof of

Porter

519
depravity

204 Inbabitants and manners of Hin.
Errata
144.384,553 dostan

492
Evangelical doctrines, tendency Infidel, letter from

485
of

313
recantation of

487
preaching, tendency of 315 Installation of Goodrich, Rev.
esertions in Asia 491,543

Samuel

94
Evidences of Divine Revelation.

Griffin, Rev. Edward D.,
[See Divine Revelation.]

D. D.

143
Examination for admission to the

Kellogg, Rev. Gardner 94
Church

449

Kellogg, Rev. Elijah 521
Example of Christ

203
King, Rev. Asa

ib.
Explanation of 1 Cor. 14–16

489

Porter, Rey. Experience ib.

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Foreign Missions, Meeting of the

American Board of
Commissioners for 178
doings of the Board 186
address on the subject
of

241
thoughts on 269,312,391,

[445,490
Foreign Mission Society of Bos.

ton and the vicinity 332,427
of Portland and the vi-
cinity

427
of Salem and the Vicin.
ity

ib.
of New Haven and the
Vicinity

479
of Bath and the Vicin-
ity

ib.
of North Yarmouth and
the Vicinity

571
Foreign Missionary Society,

Merrimack branch of 380

Piscataqua branch of 427
Foreign Missionary Society of

Springfield and the
neighboring towns 571

Labor diminished by the use of
ardent spirits

19
Lectures on the Evidences of

Divine Revelation. [See Di.

vine Revelation]
Letter to an intemperate Chris.
tian

265
to a clergyman

310
from a converted infidel 485
from the Earl of Stafford
to his son

513
From Mr. Gordon Hall 522
from the wife of one of
the young missionaries 523

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Lewdness, a proof of depravity 306 New Works 47,94,142,190,236,281,
Lines, by the sister of one of the

[335,381,475,525
female missionaries

426

Observations on 2 Kings, ii, 23,
Magdalen Asylum at Edinburgh 374 24

67
Mahabbarat, a Hindoo poem, Orange River, mission at 566
some account of

497 Ordination of Bailey, Rev. Win-
Mariner, pious, anecdote of 505

throp

94
Marsden, Rev. Samuel, life and

Bartlett, Rev. John,
character of

337

(Marblehead)
letters from

374

Bartlett, Rev. John,
Mayhew, Mr. Jeremiah, life and

(Warren, N. Y.)

280
character of

285
Bushnell, Rey. Calvin

188
Middlebury College, revival of

Coe, Rev. Noah

143
religion in

380

Coleman, Rev. Eliphalet
Ministers of the Gospel, on the

B.

521
private duties of

354

Colton, Rev. Simeon 93
Mission to India, commence.

Dow, Rev. Joseph W. 94
ment of

425

Fish; Rev. Phinehas 188
Missionary Society, Massachu.

Fisher, Rev. Jesse

47
setts, annual meeting

Hall, Rev. Gordon

425
of

42

Hall, Rev. Richard 521
pecuniary accounts of 90

Judson, Rev. Adoniram 425
statement of the funds

Leavitt, Rev, Oliver

521
of

92

Leland, Rev. Aaron 570
Missionary Society, Hampshire 233

Mills, Rev. Samuel T. 280
in the count es of Berk.

Nelson, Rev. John 521
shire and Columbia, annu.

Newell, Rev. Samuel

425,
al meeting of

523
Nott, Rev. Samuel

ib.
accounts of

524

Parmele, Rev. Philander 570
Missionary Society of Connec-

Pomeroy, Rev. Rufus

280
ticut, abstract of the ac-

Rice, Rev. Luther 425
counts of

474

Storrs, Rev. Richard S. 93
of New Jersey

334

Taylor, Rev. Nath. W. 521
Missions in Africa

565

White, Rev. Benjamin 93
Missions, a regard to, necessary

Winchester, Rev. Jona-
at the present time

3
than D.

280
Murdock, Rev. James, letter Osgood, Rev. Thaddeus, extracts
from, on the revival of religion from his journal

139
in his parish

11

Palestine, Dr. Buchanan's in-
Namaquas, mission among 236,378 tended journey to

237
Narrative of the state of religion Panoplist, to the patrons of the, 286,
in the Presbyterian Chureh 38

[431,576,
Natick, state of the church in, Parents, encouragement to 506

under the ministry of the Rev. Peabody, Rev. Oliver, Memoirs
Mr. Peabody

of

49
New Hampshire Missionary So. Perjury, a proof of depravity 305
ciety

188 Persecution, a proof of depravi.
New Haven, revival of religion in 113 ty

203
New Ipswich, revival of religion Political disputes, a proof of de.
in
375 pravity

305
New York School Fund 526 Porter, Rev, Ebenezer, dissolu.
Newburyport, fire at

238

tion of his union with his
donations to the sufferers 281,

people

519
[381,475 inauguration of

521
New Editions 47,190,237,335,475 Potemkin and Howard

209

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