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present time. By James A. Huie. Edinburgh, 1812. Isenberg, 7676, D. Journals of the Rev. Messrs. Isenberg and Krapf, mis

sionaries of the Church Missionary Society in the kingdom of Shoa,

Abyssinia, in 1839, 1810, 1841, and 1842. London, 1813. Joly, 11335, 0. Histoire de la Compagnie de Jésus, composée sur les docu

ments inédits et authentiques. Par J. Crétineau Joly. 4 tomes.

Paris, 1814. Jones, 10007, D. The religious instruction of the negroes in the United States.

By Charles C. Jones. Savannah, 1842. Gift of Joseph P. Engles,

Judson, 10341, D. The Kathayan slave, and other papers connected with

missionary life. By Emily Judson. Boston, 1853.
10627, D. Memoir of the life and labors of the Rev. Adoniram
Judson, D. D. By Francis Mayland. 2 vols. Portrait. Boston,

10647, D. The lives of Mrs. Ann H. Judson, and Mrs. Sarah B.
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the British Museum. London, 1854. Macbriar, 6751, D. Sketches of a missionary's travels in Egypt, Syria, West

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Church of Scotland, in 1839. By R. M. Maccheyne. Edinburgh,

1842. Massie, 9872, 0. Continental India. Travelling sketches and historical recol

lections, illustrating the antiquity, religion, and manners of the Hindoos, the extent of British conquests, and the progress of missionary

operations. By J. W. Massie, M. R. I. A. 2 vols. London, 1810. Medhurst, 9602, 0. China; its state and prospects, with reference to the spread

of the Gospel. By W. H. Medhurst. London, 1838. Merriman, 10928, D. The Kafir, the Hottentot, and the frontier farmer. Pas

sages of missionary life, from the journals of the Venerable Arch

deacon Merriman. London, 1854. Voffat, 10617, 0. Missionary labors and scenes in Southern Africa. By

Robert Moffat. London, 1812. Noel, 7331, D. Christian missions to heathen nations. By Baptist W. Noel.

London, 1842. Perkins, 10773 & 10810, 0. A residence of eight years in Persia, among the Nestorian Christians, with notices of the Muhammedans.

By Rev. Justin Perkins. With a map and plates. Andover, Mass., 1813. Peters, 11004, 0. 10. A brief answer to an official reply of the Board of Mis

sions of the General Assembly to six letters of the Rev. A. Peters. Also Mr. Peters' reply to the Rev. J. L. Wilson's four propositions.

New York, 1831. Phillips, 10808, D. The book and its story; a narrative for the young. On

occasion of the jubilee of the B. and F. Bible Society. By L. N. R.: with an introductory preface. By Rev. T. Phillips. Philadel . phia, 1854.

Pilmore, 9222, D. Narrative of labors in South Wales. By Rev. Joseph

Pilmore, D. D. Philadelphia, 1825. Pritchard, 7956, D. The missionary's reward, or the success of the gospel in

the Pacific. By George Pritchard, Esq. London, 1814. Samuel, 7789, D. Journal of a missionary tour through the Desert of Arabia

to Bagdad. By the Rev. Jacob Samuel. Edinburgh, 1841. Schön, 7450, D. Journals of the Rev. J. F. Schön and Mr. Samuel Crowther,

to the Niger, in 1841, in behalf of the Church Missionary Society.

London, 1812 Smith, 11864, 0. & 8738, D. A narrative of an exploratory visit to each of

the consular cities of China, and the Islands of Hong Kong and Chusan, in behalf of the Church Missionary Society, in 1844, '45, and '46. By the Rev. George Smith. London, 1817; New York,

1848. Southgate, 7808, D. Narrative of a visit to the Syrian (Jacobite) Church of

Mesopotamia; with statements and reflections upon the present state of Christianity in Turkey, and the character and prospects of the Eastern Churches. By the Rev. Horatio Southgate. New York,

1844. Spencer, 8100, D. Journal of a visitation tour, in 1813-4, through part of

the western portion of his diocese. By George Trevor Spencer, D.D.

Lord Bishop of Madras. London, 1845. Stockton, 12312, 0. 4. The Bible Society and Evangelical Alliance, an ad

dress. By Thomas H. Stockton. Philadelphia, 1817. Stow, 8287, D. The missionary enterprise ; a collection of discourses on

Christian missions by American authors. Edited by Baron Stow.

Boston, 1846. Tomlin, 7811, D. Missionary Journals and letters' during a residence and

travels amongst the Chinese, Siamese, Javanese, Khassias, and other

Eastern Nations. By J. Tomlin. London, 1814. Tracy, 10571, 0. History of the American Board of Commissioners for

foreign missions. By Joseph Tracy. 2d edit. New York, 1842. Tucker, 10593, D. Abbeokuta; or sunrise within the tropics: an outline of

the origin and progress of the Yoruba Mission. By Miss Tucker.

London, 1853. Vanderkiste, 10927, D. Notes and narratives of a six years mission, principally

among the dens of London. By R. W. Vanderkiste, late London

City Missionary. London, 1854. Walker, 11456, 0. Missions in Western Africa, among the Soosoos, Bulloms,

&c., being the first undertaken by the Church Missionary Society for Africa and the East. By the Rev. Samuel Abraham Walker, A. M. Dublin, 1845. 11895, 0. The Church of England mission in Sierra Leone. By Rev.

S. A. Walker. London, 1817. Weitbrecht, 10888, D. Memoir of Rev. John J. Weitbrecht, comprehending a

history of the Burdwan mission in Bengal. Compiled by his widow : With a notice by Rev. H. Venn, and an introduction by Rev. A.

M. W. Christopher. London, 1854. Whitfield, 478, Q. 6. Discovery of the Indians in New England, containing

the progress of the Gospel amongst them. By Henry Whitfield.

London, 1650. Williams, 9557 & 9599, 0. A narrative of missionary enterprises in the South

Sea Islands. With remarks upon the natural history of the Islands, origin, languages, traditions and usages of the inhabitants. By John Williams, of the London Missionary Society. New York, 1837.

London, 1837. Williams, 10601, 0. The martyr of Erromanga, or the pbilosophy of missions,


illustrated from the labors, death and character of the late Rev. Jno.

Williams. By John Campbell, D. D. London, 1842. Wilson, 9783, 0. A narrative of the Greek mission, or sixteen years in Malta

and Greece, &c. By the Rev. S. S. Wilson. London, 1839. Wir, 6268, D. Six months of a Newfoundland missionary's journal, 1835.

By Edward Wix., London, 1836. Woodcock, 9413, D. Scripture lands ; being a visit to the scenes of the

Bible. By the Rev. W. J. Woodcock. London, 1819. Wolff, 9829, 0. Journal of the Rev. Joseph Wolff; containing an account of

his missionary labors from 1827 to 1838. London, 1839. 9283, 0. Researches and missionary labors among the Jews, Mahomedans, and other sects. By the Rev. Joseph Wolff

. London, 1835. Yate, 6187, D. An account of New Zealand, and of the Church Missionary

Society's mission. By the Rev. William Yate. London, 1835. 12585, 0. A collection of reports of various Bible Societies in the United States and Europe. Gift of Wm. E. Whitman, Esq.

12581, 0. Constitution of the American Bible Society; together with the 2d, 10th, 12th, 13th, 16th, 17th, 18th, 31st, and 33d annual reports of the

2 vols. New York. Gift by same. 11005, 0. 10. Constitution, by-laws, &c. of the Philadelphia Young Men's Bible Society. Philadelphia, 1841. Gift of C. D. Cleveland.

10328, 0. 7. Summary notice concerning Bible societies in general and those of France in particular. Northampton, 1827.

10328, 0. 3. The well-spent sou, or Bibles for the poor negroes. From the French. New Haven, 1830.

9765, D. The gospel in Central America. London, 1850. 8121, D.

The travels of several learned Missionaries of the Society of Jesus into divers parts of the Archipelago, India, China and America. London, 1714.

10106, 0. History of American missions to the heathen, from their commencement to the present time. Worcester, 1840.

10808, 0. The origin of the first Protestant mission to China. London, 1842.

12504, 0. The 24th to the 32d annual reports inclusive, of the American Board of Commissioners for Foreign Missions. Boston, 1833 to 1811. Gift of Prof. C. D. Cleveland.

12093, 0. 11. Proceedings of the Board of Missions of the Protestant Episcopal Church at their sixth annual meeting, 1841. New York, 1841.

13059, 0. The Church Missionary Intelligencer, a monthly journal of missionary information. Vol. 3. London, 1852.

9568, O. 9. Annual report of the Board of Missions of the Presbyterian Church Philadelphia, 1836. 12769, 0. Home and foreign record of Presbyterian Church. Philadelphia,

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6552, D. The history of the Moravian mission among Indians in North America. By a member of the Brethren's Church. London, 1838.

12609, 0. A collection of reports and other pamphlets relating to Sunday Schools 1823 to 1831.

9568, 0. 3. The duty of the Church in relation to Sunday Schools. Philadelphia, 1832.

9568, 0. 10. Thirteenth annual report of the American Sunday School Union.' Philadelphia, 1837.

12955, 0. The 21st, 220, 230, 24th, and 25th annual reports of the American Sunday School Union. Philadelphia, 1845, &c.

9568, 0. 4. Third, 4th, 5th, 6th and 10th annual reports of the Protestant Episcopal Sunday School Union. New York, 1829, &c.

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9568, 0. 6. Third annual report of the Episcopal Education Society of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, 1852.

12693, 0. 7. Review of the tract controversy. (American Tract Society.) New York, 1845.

12954, 0.3, 4, & 5. Eleventh, 14th, and 16th annual reports of the Philadelphia Tract Society, with a list of officers, laws, &c. Philadelphia, 1838, &c.

12954, 0.1 & 2. Forty-ninth and fiftieth annual reports of the Religious Tract Society. London, 1818 aud 1819.

12550, 0. 7. Address of the Board of Managers of the American Protestant Association. Philadelphia, 1843.

9647, D. 6. The 21st report of the American Unitarian Association, with the proceedings of the Annual Meeting. Boston, 1816.

11537, 0. Some account of the conduct of the Religious Society of Friends towards the Indian tribes, in the settlement of East and West Jersey, and Pennsylvania. Published by the Aborigines' committee of the Meeting for Sufferings. London, 1841. Gift of Thomas Wistar.

6159, 0. The missionary register. 33 vols. London, 1816 to the present time.


Barth, 9973, 0. Ueber die Druiden der Kelten und die Priester der alten

Deutschen. Von C. Karl Barth. Erlangen, 1826. Björnstjerna, 11268, 0. 2. The theogony of the Hindoos, with their systems

of philosophy and cosmogony. By Count M. Bjórnstjerna. London,

1814. Christmas, 6175, D. Universal Mythology. By the Rev. Henry Christmas.

London, 1838. Cunningham, 13230, 0. The Bhilsa topes; or Buddhist monuments of Cen

tral India; comprising a sketch of the rise, progress, and decline of Buddhism. By Maj. Alexander Cunningham. Ilustrated. Lou

don, 1854. Demoustier, 6899, D. Lettres a Émilie, sur la mythologie, par C. A. Demous

tier. Paris, 1803. Duncan, 6991, D. The religions of profane antiquity, their mythology, fables,

hieroglyphics, and doctrines; founded upon astronomical principles.

By Jonathan Duncan. London.
Hardy, 12859, 0. Eastern monachism; an account of the origin, laws,

discipline, sacred writings, mysterious rites, religious ceremonies, and
present circumstances of the order of mendicants founded by Gotama
Budha (compiled from Singhalese and other original sources); with
comparative notices of the Western ascetics, and a review of the
monastic system. By R. Spence Hardy. London, 1850.
12980, 0. A manual of Budhism in its modern development; trans-

lated from Singhalese MSS. By R. Spence Hardy. London, 1853. Hodgson, 10953, 0. Illustrations of the literature and religion of the Bud

dhists. By B. R. Hodgson, Esq. Serampore, 1841. Keyser, 10720, D. The religion of the Northmen. By Rudolph Keyser, Pro

fessor of History in the University of Norway. Translated by Barclay

Pennock. New York, 1854. Knight, 9732, 0. An inquiry into the symbolical language of ancient art and

mythology. By R. P. Knight. London, 1836. Lane, 11036, 0. Selections from the Kur-an, commonly called the Koran,

with an interwoven commentary. By E. W. Lane. London, 1843.

Mohammed, 12394, 0. The life and religion of Mohammed. By Rev. J. L.

Merrick. Boston, 1850.

13000, 0. The Koran: commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed ; translated into English immediately from the original Arabic : with explanatory notes from the most approved commentators. To which is prefixed a preliminary discourse by George Sale. A new edition with a memoir of the translator, and with various readings and illustrative notes from Savary's version of the Koran. Philadelphia, 1853.

12810, 0. The life of Mohammed, from original sources. By

A. Springer, M. D. Part I. Allahabad, 1851. Pauthier, 11469, Ö. Les livres sacrés de l'Orient. Par G. Pauthier. Paris,

1842. Savary, 10244, 0. Le Coran, traduit de l'Arabe, accompagné de notes,

précédé d'un abrégé de la vie de Mahomet. Par M. Savary. 3 tomes.

A Paris, 1821. Smith, 11265, & 12540, 0. Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography and

Mythology. By William Smith, LL.D. London, 1844. Stevenson, 12110,0. 1. The Kalpha Sutra, and Nava Tatva. Two works illus

trative of the Jain religion and philosophy. Translated from the

Magadhi. By Rev. J. Stevenson. London, 1848. Thorpe, 10071, D. Northern Mythology, comprising the principal popular

traditions and superstitions of Scandinavia, North Germany, and the Netherlands. Compiled from original and other sources, by Benja

min Thorpe. 3 vols. London, 1851. Weil, 8334, D. The Bible, the Koran, and the Talmud, or biblical legends of

the Mussulman. By Dr. G. Weil. London, 1846. Wilson, 2368, Q. The Vishnu Paráña, a system of Hindu mythology and

tradition, translated from the original Sanscrit, and illustrated by
notes derived chiefly from other Parañas. By H. H. Wilson, M. A.
London, 1840.
11104, 0. The Parsi religion, as contained in the Zand-Avastá,
unfolded, refuted, and contrasted with Christianity. By John Wilson,
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