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1 This includes also the Australian society. We would report also the missionary efforts of the Australian Methodists, but have seen no reports of them for years. We have already given an esti. mate of this mission under B 5.
* The New Hebrides mission is one in which the Presbyterian churches of Australia and New Zealand, as well as the Free Church of Scotland, B 10, have a share. The expenses of the mission are not deducible from the report. But, judging from the Free Church, we may put down the share of Canada and Australia at $28,800.00.
3 Female laborer.
APPENDIX TO B AND C (continued).
COLONIAL SOCIETIES AND INDEPENDENT ENGLISH-SPEAKING MISSIONARIES.
1,200.00 12,902.408 5,160.00 2,184.00
5. M. Sch. at Joppa,
Palestine 6. Börresen's San
tal M. India 2 7. Hägert's Santal
M. India 8. Basim Faith
Mission. India 9. Orphan's M. in
the Nizam dist. (C. B.
Ward) India 10. Elichpur Faith
ler) India 11. Burhampore M.
India 12. Corcu M. (Nor
ton) India 13. Colar M. (Miss
Anstey) India 14. Punruty M.
India 15. Hainan M. (Jere
1 Two female laborers.
2 Indian Home Missions. 8 a. From England, $4,200.96; 6. Norway, $4,645.60 ; c. Denmark, $2,809.76; d. Sweden, $159.36; e. Different sources, $640.82; f. Colonies, $187.20. • Seven female laborers. 6 From America.
6 Female laborer.
1 No. 2-4, Table I. 6.
· No. 11, ibid.
8 No. 1 and 5, ibid. • Considerable amounts from England and America probably included. 6 Including nine native helpers paid by the state. & Thirty-six paid by the state. * Including the Christians of the Minahassa, in round numbers, 85,000. . The statistics are mostly for 1884, making the increase (or decrease) that for eleven years. . The state having assumed charge of seven stations, with their scholars.