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trated gave a precipitate of silex and a In their last year's Report the Direce metallic oxid, and when treated with tors took, occasion to mention that a carbonate of potash, yielded a further building was about to be erected contiprecipitate apparently alumine--the me guous to the Black Town Chapel, the tallic oxid appeared to be vichel.

reception of indigent Female Children. “ From the several operations of the to be fed, cioathed and educated gratu analysis, the composition of 100 parts of tously. Through their benevolent conthis volcanic matter appears to be silex, tributions, that buildiug is finished, and about 49, including, perhaps, a very small is called The Female Free Orphan Asyquantity of oxid of nichel ; alumine, 32; lum. The Directors entertain hopes of oxid of iron, 17; loss 2–100.

being enabled to open it for the admission “ The quantity submitted to examina of children in April next; but they regret tion was too small to furnish any very to add, that they find themselves obliged precise conclusion; but there is every to confine the number to a very few, owreason to suppose that this substance is ing to the limited state of the funds. analagous to the common volcanic forma The Directors conclude their Report tion or punice; with which it agrees in with the following Statement of the åts component parts and differs chiefly, it

School Funds ; viz. may be presumed, in the smaller pro Pour Supreme-Government Six per portion which the silex has to the mass. Cent. Promissory Notes, Iúterest payable

half yearly:

No.2,076 of 1813-14 for .. Sa. R$. 3,500 Meer Hasan Aly, Assistant to the Ori

2,077 of ditto..............do. 1,500 ental Professor at the East-Iudia Compa

1,293 of 12,624 of 1811-12 do. 1,000 py's Military Seminary at Croydon, is 402 of 1814-15. ..... ...do. 1,000

Six months interest due on retris translating the New Testament and the

the first three, up to 31st Service of the Church of England into the December last, amounting Hindoostanee language.

to Star Ps. 6,000 at six per *))**
cent. per annum...

A Treasury acknowledge-
The following is the substance of the

1814, for.......

1,700 LITI? Annual Report of the Directors of the Madras Free-Schools, dated Madras,

Total Sicca Rupees....8,880

9,649.17.20 Jan. 1, 1815 ;-the Male School has clo

*** a 335-172 per hundreds

Cash in the hands of the Treasurer...... 209. 4.13 jsed its eighth, and the Female its fifth year, and the following statement will

Total Stár Pagodas.. 2,858.21.42 shew the number on whom the benefits

OUTSTANDING of these Instituțions have be bestow

Balance of Messrs. Harrington and,

Co.'s Account Current, on the sist
MALE FREE-SCHOOL.

Dec. 1811, Ps....

1,449.36.35

* Received from their trustees two dia Number admitted from the com

'vidends, viz. of fifteen and ten per mencement.

303 cent, say twenty-five per cent. ..., 1962: 7.40 Taken out and provided for by

Balance still due, Star Ps.......... 1,087.28.75 their friends

.: 141 Dismissed for irregular attendance 95

236 There is now printing at Canton, unRemaining.- Dáy- scholars whose

der the patronage of the Honourable the friends pay'a small monthly sum 23 - East ludia Company, -and at their sole *Charity scholars....

44

expense, a dictionary of the Chinese lan67

guage, by the Rev. R. Morrison. The Female FREE-SCHOOL.

work is to consist of three parts. n The Number admitted from the com

- first, Chinese and English, arranged acmencement

109 cording to the Chinese ra:ficals... The seTaken out by their friends, 38

cond, Chinese and English, arranged alDismissed for irregular attendance 29 phabetically; and the third, English and

-,67 Chinese. The whole will be cumprised Remaining - Day scholars whose in three or four volumes, royal quarto.

friends pay a small monthly sum 23 The work will contain about forty thouCharity scholars

19 sand characters. The derivation of the

42 character will be noticed ; and its mean+ The Schools are kept in separate hou ing illustrated by examples. 1. Specimens bes, and the plan of education is similar of the Chuen-wan, or ancient Seal-characto that practised at the Military Male and ter; and of the present. T'suou-tszé, or Female Asylums.lt to

running-hand, will be given. It is ciuThe monthly receipts at present equal tended to publish the work in parts; and the disbursements, and for which the it is hoped, a first part will be completed Directors must again acquaint the public in 1816. they are indebted to the Subscribers who

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icde ha äe ScoBIT Professor Farish is oiri 1:31.

KOD DJhias n te E F PERJEST furer ; and the Rer. W. Mare, FLLW of Queen's College, die 25. a Scholefield, Fellow of Trzy Gales,

wr. Mae test as the Secretaries.

BAPTIST MISSIONARY SA TETT.-4 Welsh Baptist Auntiary Scie a formed at Swanses, in Ja Dr.

in the norte détte Rer. dia 39Ryland, Mr. Hall and cibers anestet

82. M. Kartas de Sa. Dari The principality is divided isso si es

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retricts. Nearls' 300!. was oatsIn the beginning of Noren, 2 Vas Masies, ai asset of the zica, chester, was establisbei a Vorts red - Lancashire Assistant Baptist Miss Jers, is an esse te

tery and sexys be her. Society, and nearly ww!. Lectei. 9. About the same time, ai a Desting

Dos farourite resultados te zoest held at Glasgow, a Gla20* A reptio

lisa kuas izs Min - Society, in aid of the Baptist Mistuses and Translations in India, was formes,

AGRA and contributions made to the amousto Toe Journal of M:. . B, 22 b3001.

Ass, in 1914 20 1215, 20 Ezy for The following is the first resolution of tarias particians ouers the certthe Welsh Auxiliary Society :

Bodies 29+ steretitres the Hindu; --$12" Resolved that it appears desirable of their bene ei vienisa sa anos, sito this meeting. that every exertion of the sature of their battis ta ise - should be made, throughout the princi- Christian sem; and of the langue

pality of Wales, to assjst in the propazz and demeanon sed vowed tbeza bice - tion of the Gospel in India, in Ireland, English Missionaries. The following zand in the darker places of our own-detached pesares will illestrate tbis cuátry.".

remark :-- Ole of the two who proa LEICESTER AND LEICESTERSHIREmised yesterday to Ti-it us came at doon. CHURCH MISSIONARY ASSOCIATION — He appeared iboroughly convinced of the The Rev. Edward Burn, of Birning- absurdity of the Hindoo religion, and ham, having preached two able Sermons ackpowledged the pious frauds practiced at St. Mary's and St. Martin's Churches, by them. He told us that ke biensek was din Leicester, on Advent" Sunday, the worshipped by a whole boaseesid and

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Total Sicca Rupees... 809,649, 12:20

trated gave a precipitate of silex and a In their last year's Report the Direce metallic oxid, and when treated with tors took, occasion to mention that a carbonate of potash, yielded, a further building was about to be erected contiprecipitate apparently alumine--the me guous to the Black Town Chapel, for the tallic oxid appeared to be richel.

reception of indigent Female Children, From the several operations of the to be fed, cioathed and educated grataanalysis, the composition of 100 parts of 'tously. Through their benevolent conthis volcanic matter appears to be silex, tributions, that building is finished, and about 49, including, perhaps, a very small is called The Female Free Orphan Asyquantity of oxid of nichel; alumine, 32; lum. The Directors entertain hopes of oxid of iron, 17; loss 2-100.

being enabled to open it for the admission The quantity submitted to examina of children in April next; but they regret tion was too small to furnish any very to add, that they find themselves obliged precise conclusion; but there is every to confine the number to a very few, owreason to suppose that this substance is ing to the limited state of the funds. analagous to the common volcanic forma

the Directors, conclude their Report tion or punice; with which it agrees in with the following Statement of the its component parts and differs chiefly, it School Funds ; viz. may be presumed, in the smaller pro Pour Supreme-Government Six per portion which the silex has to the mass. Cent. Promissory Notes, lóterest payable

half yearly : Meer Hasan Aly, Assistant to the Ori

No. 2,076 of 1813-14 for .. Sa. R$ 3,500 bin

2,077 of ditto... ...do. 1,500 ental Professor at the East-Iudia Compą

1,293 of 12,624 of 1811-12 do. 1,000 ny's Military Seminary at Croydon, is 402 of 1814-15. ...........do. 1,000 '11111' translating the New Testament and the six months interest due on neuve sing

the first three, up to 31st Service of the Church of England into the December last, amounting Hindoostanee language.

to Star Ps. 6,000 at six per Pingia

cent. per annum
A Treasury acknowledge-

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The following is the substance of the ment dated 31st December
Annual Report of the Directors of the 1814, for....

obc... 1,700 11.2 Madras Free Schools, dated Madras, Jan. 1, 1815 ;-the Male School has clo

16 a 335-174 per handreds

Cash in the hands of the Treasurer......209. 4. 13 sed its eighth, and the Female its fifth year, and the following statement will

Total Star" Pagodas..2,858.21.48 shew the number on whom the benefits of these Instituțions have been bestow

OUTSTANDING .:45) ed, viz.

Balance of Messrs. Harrington and

Co.'s Account Current, on the list eiro MALE FREE-SCHOOL.

Dec. 1811, Ps....

1,449.36.35

Received from their trustees two di Number admitted from the com

vidends, viz. of fifteen and ren per masih mencement

303 .cent, say twenty-five per cent... 362. 7.40 * Taken out and provided for by

Balance still due, Star Ps......... 1,087.28.75 w their friends

: 141 Dismissed for irregular attendance 95

236 There is now printing at Canton, unRemaining. ---Dáy- scholars whose der the patronage of the Honourable the * friends pay 'a'small monthly sum 23 East ludia Company, -and at their sole Charity scholars'.

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expense, a dictionary of the Chinese lan67

guage, by the Rev. R. Morrison. The FEMALE FREE-SCHOOL.

work is to consists of three parts. The Number admitted from the com- *** first, Chinese and English, arranged acmencement.

109 cording to the Chinese rasticals. The seTaken out by their friends, 38 cond, Chinese and English, arranged alDismissed for irregular attendance 29 phabetically; and the third, English and

67 Chinese, The whole will be comprised Remaining.-Day, scholars whose in three or four volumes, /royal quarto.

friends pay a small monthly sum 23 The work will contain about forty thouCharity scholars

.... 19

sand characters. The derivation of the

42 character will be noticed ; and its meanThe Schools are kept in separate hou ing illustrated by examples. - Specimens

and the plan of education is similar of the Chuen-wan, or ancient seal-characto that practised at the Military Male and iter; and of the present Tsaou-tszéy or Female Asylums. to

running-hand, will be given,' It is cinThe monthly receipts at present equal tended to publish the work in parts; and the disbursements, and for which the it is hoped, a first part will be completed Directors must again acquaint'the public in 1816. they are indebted to the Subscribers who are in the habit of paying their subscrip Mr. Carpue, an eminent surgeon in sions regularly, s

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great success, in two cases, the Indian the Nasal Operation, including descripoperation for restoring a lost nose. Dr. tions of the Indian and Italian Methods." Carpue has published an account of the One of the cases is that of Captain Lam cases, together with a history of the ope- tham, thé gentleman so much distinrationi, entitled, “ An Account of two guished by his gallant rescue of the cosuccessfal Operations for restoring a Lost lours of his regiment, at the battle of Nose from the Integuments of the Fore- Alþuera. At page 41 of the work, Mr. head, in the cases of two Officers of His Carpue, in a note, states that he will be Majesty's Army: to which are prefixed very thankful for any communication on Historical and Physiological Remarks on the Indian Method.

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MISSIONARY INTELLIGENCE.

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Annual Meeting was held at the GuildCHURCH Missionary Society. On hall, on Wednesday, the 16th of Decemoccasion of the Secretary's visiting Camber, Thomas Babington, Esq. M. P. for bridge, where he preached two sermons,

Leicester, and one of the Vice-Presidents

in the Chair.' On the motion of the on Sunday, Nov. 12th, 1815, at Trinity Church, in behalf of the Society, a Com- Rev. G. B. Mitchell, A. M. seconded by mittee was formed, for the purpose of

the Rev. John Kempthorne, B. D. it was diffusing information respecting the de resolved, " That this Meeting is impressigns and proceedings of the Society; and

sed with lively gratitude for the success more particularly concerning those parts

which has manifestly attended the Soof them, such as the Translation of the ciety's efforts in India, and for the prosScriptures and the Liturgy into Arabic, pects which are opening upon it in the Persian, and Hindustanee, in which mem

Northern Provinces, in the Peninsula, bers of the University of Cambridge have

and in Ceylon ; and expresses an earnest borne so distinguished a share.

hope that the Society will zealously proProfessor Farish is appointed Trea

secute its plans in the East, with respect surer ; and the Rev. W. Mandell, Fellow

to Readers, Missionaries, Schools and of Queen's College, and the Rev. James

Christian Institutions." Scholefield, Fellow of Trinity College,

Mr. Mitchel dwelt particularly on the Secretaries.

state of Ceylon, as mixing encouraging BAPTIST Missionary Society. -A hopes or success with loud calls for Welsh Baptist Auxiliary Society was

help. formed at Swansea, in July last. Dr.

On the motion of the Rev. John BenRyland, Mr. Hall and others assisted.

son, M. A. seconded by the Rev. Robert The principality is divided into six dis. Martin, M.A., it was resolved, “ That tricts. Nearly 3001. was contributed,

this Meeting, animated by the lively and In the beginning of November, at Man- judicious statements of the Rev. Samuel chester, was established a Yorkshire and Marsden, and assured of the talents, liLancashiire Assistant Baptist Missionary terary attainments, and piety of the Rev. Society, and nearly 2001. collected,

William Jowett, is induced to expect the e" About the same time, at à Meeting and eulightened plans of the Society with

most favourable results from the ardent held at Glasgow, a Glasgow Auxiliary respect to New Zealand and Malta: - Society, in aid of the Baptist Missions · and Translations in India, was formed,

AGRA. and contributions made to the amount of The Journal of Mr. W. Bowley, 3001.

Agra, in 1814 and 1815, contain many 9. The following is the first resolution of curious particulars concerning the cerethe Welsh Auxiliary Society :

monies and superstitions of the Hindus; - 27,5" Resolved that it appears desirable of their manner of viewing our religion, sto this meeting. that every exertion of the nature of their objections to the - should be made, throughout the princi Christian system ; and of the language pality of Wales, to assist in the propaga and demeanour held toward them' by the tion of the Gospel in India, in Ireland, English Missionaries. The following and in the darker places of our own detached passages will illustrate this country.”. !

remark :-: One of the twở 'who prohuis LEICESTER

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LEICESTERSHIRE mised yesterday to visit us came at noon. CHURCH MissioNARY ASSOCIATION, L. He appeared thoroughly convinced of the The Rev. Edward Burn, of Birming- absurdity of the Hindoo religion, and ham, having preached two able Sermons packnowledged the pious frauds prácticed at St. Mary's and St. Martin's Churches, by them. He told us that he himself was in Leicester, on Advent Sunday, the worshipped by a whole boasehold "abu

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Spal do To 180 Missionary Intelligence Mr. Boreley's Journal at Agra. [FEEL maintained by them. We wamed him of it to be very good, and that it could not the dreadful consequences that would fail of obtaining happiness for those who follow, if he did not renounce these de adhered to it, but he did not appear to ceitful ways. He asked what else he have any concern for himself.'~ They could for his belly'; and, to our grief, told me, that they were not in search of

as if he thought little or nothing of novelty,'nor of new doctrines, that they these things." __ This afternoon went to were perfectly satisfied with their present the river side, and talked with a few doctrine ; and that they would adhere to who were busy feeding turtles. One in it whether it led to heaven or hell. particuar, appeared convinced of the truth These things of course, made me tremble of what I said.' Went to the river for them, and I had thoughts of not goside and talked with four persons. Iu ing among them again. An old man told the course of conversation, they said me to hear his book likewise.' They that they worshipped the Daotas (or said they were Brahmins, and one asserted heathen Gods) only as a medium of access that they were greater and better than to the Supreme Being, as we (said they) Others : if not, the Deity would not have worship Moses, Christ, &c. I told them worshipped them. and, showed an example we paid no adoration to Moses or the to the other Hindoos." I expressed awe Prophets : but Christ we did worship, he and horror at his blasphemy, and asked being the Lord of the Prophets.' En how the Creator could bow before the tered into conversation with nine devo creature !-a Holy God before a corrupt tees, each of them having only three lump of earth! He said that the Shaster inches of cloth to cover his nakedness, said so, but that he was not learned.'their bodies rubbed over with ashes and Had an opportunity at a friend's of their eyes ready to start out of their speaking to the richest native in this place heads.' . On entering into conversation, -conversed with him on one the imporabout fifty assembled round us. Of the tant point. He took good care to have multitude, many were for us : others op- about fifty words for one. He said that all posed us with all their might; but, bles- religions were only as single trees taken sed be God, they could not gainsay vur out of the Garden of the Bede (Hindoossimple statements, neither could they tan Scriptures), &c.'— Met a Faqueer. answer our questions to the satisfaction On entering into conversation with him, of the people. One mendicant came run. found him as if he were really beside ping up, and said, we daily committed himself. He answered me haughtily, sin, by killing animals, trampling upon and asked me if I knew who he was. I ants, &c. Went to his village, replied, “a sinner, of course, like myabout seven miles from Agra. Hard by self." He said he was no sinner, but tbat, it stands one of Satan's principal seats, he was an Ao-sar (incarnation of the with three idols ; to one of which male Deity). I endeavoured to undeceive the buffaloes are sacrificed. It is the most people, who paid great honour to him, by, horrid looking thing ever eyes beheld. telling them that the man did not appear. It reminded me of the hungry, open

in his senses. He raged in such a mano, mouthed grave, having a cowry or shell ner that his very countrymen expressed in but one eye. An old Faqueer told us their displeasure at his conduct, and told that he had now been there these fifty him that pride did not become a Fa-, years, and that to this day he was but a queer.' - One asked me « and who beggar. Had much conversation with made Satan,” &c. I enlarged on idolatry,', this aged priest on the origin of sin, &c.' My Pundit having previously read

The old man went so far as to tell me, the Gospels, commenced reading the in reply to my questions, that he would Acts. He has read so much of the lock up the place, and give the keys to Scriptures that his mind is unsettled; me; and that if the people came to wor and, being a learned man, he is seeking ship, he would tell them that if Bhowanee rest by turning over his own books; and (the principal deity of this place) was a has at last collected his creed which he god, let him open the door himself.' brought to me. It states, that the way, - Found a Hindoo feeding turtles, and to happiness was to know God to be the a beggar standing by, begging for the Spirit which is in each of us; that he is grain that he was throwing to them. from everlasting to everlasting: that, as Finding him refuse I went up to intercede to man he was a mortal being, existing for the beggar, with some confidence of only till death; that the Spirit in him prevailing, but to. no purpose. He said was the Deity himself, and to know him that what he had brought was the tur thus was to be one and all with him, as a tle's due. I talked with him, and others drop of water put into the ocean.' May standing by, till they were constrained to the Lord, through daily reading and give man the preference of all other hearing of the Scriptures, convince him creatures, and were ready to blame the that he has a separate soul to be saved," Brahmins who taught them the contrary.' • Distributed some choice tracts among 'Talked with a Pundit, who had read the the drummers. A Brahmin was glad to Gospel of St. Mathew: he acknowledged get a translation of St. Matthew's Gos

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