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MISSIONARY HERALD:

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OTHER BENEVOLENT OPERATIONS,

FOR THE YEAR 1889,

VOL. LXXXV.

BOSTON:
PRESS OF SAMUEL USHER,
171 DEVONSHIRE STREET.

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Published at the expense of the AMERICAN BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS FOR FOREIGN Missions, and the profits

devoted to the missionary cause.

INDEX

TO THE

PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN THIS VOLUME.

Africa. (See Zulu, West Central, and East Cen-
tral African Missions.) East Africa, 7. 43, 72,

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Stanley, 44, 89, 133, 173, 228, 312, 353, 355, 522;
The Congo, 72, 159, 162, 206, 254, 293, 336, 354,
375, 376, 414, 545; Uganda, 32, 73, 99, 160, 293,
337; Abyssinian slaves rescued, 73.504; The
Basutos, 74, 253; Strong drink in, 91, 207; The
Garenganze, 101, 553; The Barotse, 161; Ger-
inan occupation of West Africa, 206; Tippu-
Tib, 208, 355; Slave-trade, 208, 412; Nyasaland,
207, 223. 377.414, 504; F.S. Arnot, 179, 253. 553;
The Zambesi, 254: 336, 505, 546; Livingstonia,
254, 412; South Africa, 254, 414, 546; Khamé,
292; Central Soudan, 293; Lovedale, 294; The
Balolos, 294; A captured slave, 337; Evangel-

ization of, 449; British Zambesia, 545.
Africa, East Central Mission. Items, 177, 350;

Explorations in Gaza country, 6, 55; Kambini,
110; New site, 287; Gospel not desired, 334;

Annual survey, 445; Schools at Kambini, 495.
Africa, West Central Mission. Items, 307, 350,

392, 431; Chisamba, 66, 192; Bailundu, 67;
New station, 110; Pastor at Bailundu, 192;
Revolution at Bihé, 242; Death of Dr. Web-
ster, 265; Reinforcements, 265; New king
of Bihé, 287, 366; Progress at Chisamba, 288;
Making gods, 288; Chisamba - A supersti-
tion, 365; Friendliness of the people, 368;
Proposed railroad, 396; Singular custom, 412;
Annual survey, 445; King Kwikwi's war, 534;

Kamondongo, 535.
Almanac, American Board, 1, 44, 517.
Annual Meeting, 173, 350, 429, 518, 557 ; Reports

of Committees, 569.
Annual Survey, 439.
Articles. The call for 1889, 9; Work in India,

Special objects, 9; Sofia, the capital of Bul-
garia, II; Canon Taylor on missionary meth-
ods, 13; Turkey fifty years ago and now, 16;
Self-help. 19; Wanted without delay, 50;
The injustice done to missionaries, 51; Topes,
53; The report of the London Missionary Con-
ference, 54; The expedition to the kraal of
Gungunyana, Gaza country, 55; Rev. Giles
F. Montgomery, of Turkey, 58; Mrs. Addie
Bissell Robbins, of the Zulu Mission, 60; A
work for young people's Societies of Christian
Endeavor and Sabbath-schools, 94; Mardin in
Mesopotamia, 94; Missionary work in the
Samoan Islands, 97; A revolution in Central
Africa, 99; The Doshisha University at Kyoto,
Japan, 100; Atotonilco, Northern Mexico, 105;
Mrs. Margaret L. Walkup, of Micronesia, 107;
A missionary secretary's visit to Montreai, 135;
Constantinople, 136; The story of Pang-
Chuang chapel, 139; Rev. Isaac G. Bliss, D.D.,
of Constantinople, 141; The Greek church,
143; The pope and the Armenians, 145; Our
mission schools in India, 181; Two more spe-
ciais, 182; The crisis in the London Mission-

ary Society, 183; The Rev. Dr. Schneider
fitting memorial, 184; The new constitution of
Japan, 185; The missionary potato-patch, 187;
Asceticism in missions, 229; The Pasumalai
Institution, Madura Mission, 231; Two special
calls from Western Turkey, 232; Church build-
ing in the foreign field, 233; Our great respon-
sibility, 235; The last call to Japan, 235; The
church at Kobe, Japan, 272; What one hun-
dred dollars will do in China, 273; Ten years
in the Marathi Mission, 274; From the church
in Sholapur, India, 275; The mission in Bul-
garia, 275: Living like the natives, 278; Dr.
A. H. Webster, of West Central Africa, 314;
A Buddhist and a Christian evangelist in
Okayama, 315; A notable conversion in India,
317; Are the obstacles to the world's conver-
sion insurmountable? 318; The Turkish govern-
ment and American schools, 323; "Cheap
missionaries," 356; The women of Japan: À
memorial, 358; The International Missionary
Union, 359; Condensed sketch of the Foochow
Mission, 1847-1888, 361; Marash Theological
Seminary, Central Turkey, 397; A revival at
Aintab, Central Turkey, 398; Native pastors,
400; The interior of Turkey, 401; Rev. Elijah
Robbins, of the Zulu Mission, 402; The de-
struction of the “Altar of heaven," 435; The
beginnings of the Doshisha at Kyoto, 437;
Annual survey, 439; The evangelization of
Africa, 449; The place occupied in missionary
work by prayer, 457: Twenty years in Japan,
486; The basis of society, 529; The Bithynia
Union, 524; China : her new railway and her
great men, 532; The financial problem for 1890,

527:
Austrian Mission. Items, 46; Work for America,

48; Eastern Bohemia, 158; Tabor, 289; An-

nual survey. 439; Recent growth, 495.
Arrivals, 34, 76, 118, 164, 212, 256, 298, 341, 381,

417, 509, 549.
Belgium, 253.
Bibliographical. Ś. Wells Williams's Life and

Letters, 33; Miss West's Romance of Missions,
33; Maclay's Budget of Letters from Japan, 34 i
Autobiography of S. I. Prime, 34; Monday
Club Sermons, 34; Tale of Home and War,
34; Crisis of Missions, 44; Report of the
London Conference, 54; Abner Kingman's
Life – Thwing's Working Church, 76; The
Assam Mission, 116; Liggins's Value and
Success of Foreign Missions, 117; Memoir of
William P. Alexander, 117; Life of George
M. Gordon, 117; Smith's Questions of the
Ages, 117; Pomeroy's Ethics of Marriage, 118;
Gracey's Medical Work of Woman's Foreign
Missionary Society of the M. E. Church, 118;
Revell's Missionary Biographical Series, 164;
Farwell's Life of William Carey, 164; William-
son's Old Highways in China, 164; Arnot's

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