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POETRY

REVIVALS OF RELIGION
Millenial Hymn
299* Trenton, N York

754
Mariner's Hymn 127, 160, 256, 319 Woodbury, Conn.

22
Memory of Mrs. E. Pitney 245 Westbrook

22
Paraphrase of 48th Psalm 640 Westown, N. York

278
Star of Bethlehern

96
Remarks on

280
Pious Mountaineers
300, 431 Watertown, N. York

253
Presbytery of New York 320, 343, 721

Hints on

577
Presbyterian Church, New-Orleans 630 Narrative of the State of Reli.
Prayer Meetings, United

gion within the boucds of the
151, 245, 278, 22, 89, 665 General Asseinbly of the
Pauperism, Society for prevention

Presbyterian Church 82
of, Anniversary 499 REVIEWS,
Report of 527, 552 Chapin's Sermon

281, 345
Persian Testament

434 Chalmer's Commercial Sermons 624
Piracies

440 Dr. Duchachet's Memoir of Dr.
Prisons in England

366
Bard

425
Penitentiaries

529; 532 Dr. Blason's Farewell Sermon
Poor, employment of
527, 502

521, 552
Periodical Publications, lingortance

Elementary Discourses to chil.
of .
742, 710, 588
dren

716
Emmon's Theory

665
REVITALS OF RELIGION-

La Bible, &c.

748
Adams

537

Missionary Catechisin for chil.
Bloomfield, x. Jersey

89, 54
dren

10
Brookfield

22

Pauperism Society, bin Report
Bath, N Hampshire

152
of

527
Catskill, N. York

53 Ward's Farewell Letters 231, 265
Connecticut

22, 151
Columbia, Conn.

SEAMAN'S MAGAZINE
Chester, Conn.

22
Addresses to Seamen

345, 606
Coxsackie, N. York

54
Shipipasters

038
Claverack

54

at Bethel Onion, N. Y.
Cairo, N. York

54

D. Bethune, Pres. 510
Chester

399
Capt. Carpenter

511
Durham

54

Rev. J. Milnor, D. D. 539
Ellisburgh

537
Peter Hawes

541
General

66

Rev. J. Summerfield 542
Guildford, Conn.

22

at Bristol Bethel Union
Greenbush, N. York

399

Rev. G. C. Smith 571
Hudson

54

Thoinas Roberts . 572
Hempstead

399
R. Hill

57:2
Henderson

537

at London Bethel Union
Kinderhook

54, 756

Rev. W. Gurney 60i
Lorrain

537

G. C. Smith 602, 669
Middlebury College, Vt. 245

Thomas Phillips
Massachusetts
497, 753

Rev. Mr. Marks 633
Middlebury, Conn.

22

J. Irons

634
New-York City 734, 536, 702, 400

Mr. Brown 635
North Killingworth, Conn.

23

C. Hyatt

667
New-Haven
22, 151, 666

R. H. Marten, Esq. 668
Nyack, N. York

399

An American Indian
Newtown, N. Jersey

. 400

Chief

669
Vew-Castle, Delaware

695

Awful Warning to Sailors 159
New-York, progress in bounds

Bible Societies, Marine-
of its Presbytery

723
Boston

731
Petty paug, Coun.

22

London, Merchant Seanan's 159
Roxbury

N. York, Auniversary & Report
Rodman, N. York
537

1821
Savannah
630

18:22 720
Southbury, Conn.

Donations 610, 672, 332,
Stratford, do.

Appointment of a Se-
Sackett's Harbour, N. York

cretary

3:20
Porringford, Cong

241

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SEAMAN'S MAGAZINE--

SeamaN'S MAGAZINE,
B. Societies, Marine-Portland 731 Meetings, Bethel, Liverpool
Bethel Unions-

448, 477, 671
British and Foreign 57, 91, 248, 601

Richmond 447
Bristol 571, 287, 288, 633, 637 Mariners' Church, N. Y. Jour-
Bethel Flag, present of a

pal of 315, 286, 934, 764
30, 64, 95, 158

Call of a minister 544
(See Journal of the Bethel Flag.)

Philadelphia 127
Bermuda

667

Charleston, S. C. 610
Bostop

508 Merchant's Brig at Sea 377, 407
Boarding houses, Prayer Meet-

Marine Society, N. York, 528
ings in

732, 475
Report

669
Greenock, Scotland,

701 Port of London Society
Liverpool Meeting 448, 477, 671

31, 363, 348, 349, 43
New-York, formation of 96

N. York Society, Re-
Correspondence of

121, 153
252, 446, 604
Press Gang

697. 764
Circular

313

Prayer Meetings, on board the
Donations
702

Joseph Eastburn 32
Constitution of
. 315

in Boarding Houses
Report of 503, 539

732, 475
Addresses at
510, 539

on board the
Anniversary and

Franklin

256
Report, 1822 730

On board of ves.
New-London

567

sels. (See Journal
Richmond, Virginia

. 447

of the Bethel Flag.)
Chase, Rev. H. S. Report to

at Bristol, Eng.
Bethel Voion

217

at Saybrook 449
Cabin Boy, Bob

187

Gibraltar
Chapels, Floating, Bristol 479

Report of Rev. H. Chase to
Greenock 32
Bethel Union

217
London 349 Review of Chapio’s Sermon
Hull
443

281, 345
Dying Sailor

125 Rover, wreck of schooper
Day's Work at Sea Spiritual.

Revival on board a whaleman 701
ized

441

Among Seamen at G.
Franklin 74

255

Schools, Sunday, Greenock 479
Harlots Silenced

64

Liverpool . 671
Journal of the Bethel Flag 128, 157, (See Education Societies.)
190, 252, 317, 573, 638, 732, 255 Sea Fox, (wreck)

473
Letters from Marten, R. H. 21, 247 Society for Promoting the Gos.
Shipman, G. P.

640

pel among Seamen in the
Cooke, William 383

Port of New York
Phillips, Thomas 158

95, 27, 121, 217, 249
Prust, Stephen 479 Stepney Mission

765
Eastburo, Rev. Jo.

Whalemen

637, 701
seph 62, 126. 220, 250, 251 Wiecko

473, 575, 701
Smith, Rev. G. C. Synod of N. York and N. Jersey
29, 223

352, 399
A sailor to his sister 605 Sunday, observance of

206
Chase, Rev. Henry 217 Societies. (See their respective titles.)
Jonks, Rev. Wm. 218
Ralston Robert 219 TRACT SOCIETIES--
Steward of British
Baltimore

341
Packet
249 London

177, 428
Liverpool

382

New-York, Female branch of 726
A gentleman io
New-England

402
Vermont
604 Philadelphia Female

499
to Capt.

606 Book and Homily, Foreign 179
President of Gree.
Tract and Book, Ireland

331
nock B. Union 701 Theological Seminaries. (See Edu-

cation Societies.)

. 575

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Union Prayer Meeting 22, 89, 151, 665, Ward, William Defence of his Cha-
278, 245

racter

. 615
Unitarianism
511, 526 Williams College

371
Universalist, Conversion of a 97

All articles relating to the progress of the Gospel among Seamen will be
found under the head “ Seaman's Magazine."

N. B –The reader is desired to note thai the pages 671 and 672 cach occur in
two places in succession.

END OF INDEX

THE CHRISTIAN HERALD,

AXD

Scaman's Magazine, 15 PUBLISHED UNDER THE PATRONAGE OF THE “SOCIETY FOR PROMOTING IN

GOSPEL AMONG SEAMEN IN THE PORT OF NEW-YORK:"

Instituted in 1818-Incorporated by the Legislature of New-Jork, in April, 1819

EDITED BY A MEMBER OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

in a year:

Terms. 1. A Number, consisting of 32 pages octavo, on fine paper, and a new type.

and stitched in a coloured cover, will be issued on the first and on the third

Saturday of every month. II. An Appendix of from 24 to 32 pages, containing a Title Page, Preface, a

copious Index, and such other articles as properly belong to the Volume, will

be added, making in the whole one volume of 25 numbers (about 800 pages) III. The price is three dollars a year to those who pay in advance, and four

dollars to those who pay at the end of the year. Notwithstanding the ad

dition of an Appendix, the price will not be increased. IV. Subscribers not giving notice of their discontinuance before the last num

ber of any volume is published, will be considered as pledged to take the

succeeding volume. V. Agents in the country are entitled to ten per cent. for collecting and re

mitting, besides a copy gratis. VI. This work is devoted to the common cause of Christianity, and will not be

the advocate of the peculiar tenets of any sect or party.

T The first number of the Ninto VOLUME was published on the 18th (third Saturday) of May, 1822.

T The price of this work is as low as any work of the kind published in the United States, and much lower than most of them: this fact renders a large subscription list necessary for its support,and it is hoped that those who approve of its plan and execution will not only give it their own patrona, e, but recommend it to their friends and neighbours.

This work gives an account of the formation and proceedings of those Institutions which tend directly to improve the religious and moral condition of mankind. A few pages of each number are devoted to such original Essays and Reviews, as are desigued to animate its readers, of every denomination, to take their part in the benevolent labours of the present day. A "retrosped" of those political events which affect the interests of morality and religion, will be found in the first number in each month. Holding a correspondence with all those societies which are established to promote true religion among scamen, we shall be able to give our readers the earliest and most important intelligence suited to that department of our work.

This work is recommended by the Rev. James Milnor, D. D. Rector of St. George's Church, New-York; Rev. JAMES M. MATHEWS, and Rev. ALESANDER GUNN, D. D of the Reformed Dutch Church, New-York; Rev. WILLIAM Gray, Rev. SAMUEL H. Cox, Rev. WILLIAM Patton, Rev. WARD STAFFORD. Rev. E. W. BALDWIN, Rev. John TruAir, Rev. J. S. C. F. FREY, Ministers of the Presbyterian Church, N_York; Rev. Asa HILLYER, D. D. of Orange, N. J.; Rev. W. J. ARMSTRONG, of Trenton, N.J.; Rev. CAVE Jones, of the Episcopal Church ; Rev. John Williams, and Rev. ARCHIBALD Maclay, of the Baptist Church, N. Y.; Rev. HENRY CHASE, of the Methodist Episcopal Church, hy many stergymen and laymen in the United States.

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