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PUBLICATIONS OF THE SOCIETY.
To BE HAD of its Booksellers.
Proceedings of the Church Missionary Society, containing XXII Sermons and Reports. 10 vols. 8vo. (All the later Polumes may be had : the earlier are mostly out of print.)
Christian Researches in the Mediterranean, from 1815 to 1820, in furtherance of the Objects of the Church Missionary Society. By the Rev. W. Jowett, M.A. one of the Representatives of the Society and late Fellow of St. John's College, Cambridge. With an Appendix, containing the Journal of the Rev. James Connor, chiefly in Syria and Palestine. 8vo. with Maps of the Countries bordering on the Mediterranean and Red Seas. Second Edition: price 10s. boards.
The Spirit of British Missions, dedicated to the Church Missionary Society, by a Clergyman a Member of that Body. 8vo. price 3s.6d.
Memoir of Mowhee, a Young New-Zealander: by the Rev. Basil Woodd, M.A. 12mo, with a Portrait: price 8d. or 6s. per dozen.
Memoir and Obituary of Simeon Wilhelm, a Young Susoo; by the Assistant Secretary. 12mo, with a Portrait; price 1s. or 10s. 6d. per dozen.
The Gospel of St. John, in Maltese and English. Crown 8vo. price 2s.
TRATTAto sulle SACRE Scrittu RE, in cui si sciolgono le difficolta che si
oppongono alla lettura generale, ed all" uso commune della Sacra Bibbia. Seconda Edizione, aumentata. 18mo. price 6d. or 5s. per dozen.
TRAttaTo sulla REDENzione del GENERE UMANo per v1A di GEst, CR1sto. 18mo: price 6d. or 5s. per dozen.
Ghotius on the Truth of Christianity, in Arabic, abridged from Pococke's Version by Professor Macbride, and printed at the Clarendon Press. 8vo price 2s.
OstERvald on Christianity, in Arabic. 8vo. price 2s.
The British System of Education, in Arabic, by Professor Macbride. 12mo. price 6d. or 5s. per dozen.
The “Way of Truth and Life,” in Persian. 18mo. price 6d. or 5s. per dozen.
Grammar and Vocabulary of the Bullom Language; by the Rev. G. R. Nyländer, one of the Society's Missionaries in West Africa. Foolscap, price 2s. 6d.
The Gospel according to St. Matthew, in Bullom and English; by the Rev. G. R. Nyländer. Foolscap, price 2s.
Select Portions of the Book of Common Prayer, translated into Bullom; by the Rev. G. R. Nyländer. Foolscap, price 6d.
Grammar and Vocabulary of the Language of New Zealand; compiled, under the direction of Professor Lee. 12mo, price 3s.6d.
Sold also by J. HATch ARD & Son, Piccadilly ; and by all Booksellers and Newsmen; of whom may be had, the Volumes for 1316, 1817, 1818, 1819, 1820, 1821, and 1822, price 49s. boards.
*** A Copy of this Work is presented by the Committee to all Persons who collect to the amount of 1s. per week in behalf of the Church Missionary Society.
All Communications to the Society may be sent to the Secretary, the Rev. Josiah PRAtt, at the Church Missionary House, Salisbury Square, Fleet Street, London; where attendance is given daily, from Nine o'clock till Seven, and where every information and assistance may be obtained in the establishment of Associations.
PARISH CHURCH OF SAINT BRIDE, Fleet STREET, ON MONDAY EVENING, APRIL 29, 1822, BEFort E THE (offlitti sãićgionatp 50tiety, by
ch a PLA in of the Hon. THE EAST-1N DIA CoxipANY
on the MA DRAS ESTABL is ament.
JESUS saith UNTO THEM, M Y MEAT is to Do THE WILL of HIM THAT sent ME, AND To FiNish His work. SAY Not YE, THERE ARE YET FOUR MoM THs, AND THEN cometh HARVEST? Behold, I say UNTo You, LIFT UP Your EY Es, AND Look on The Fields, FoR THEY ARE white Al READY To HAR vest. AND HE THAT REAPETH RECEIVETH wages, AND GATHERETH • FRUIT UN ro Life Eten NAL ; that both HE THAT soweth, AND HE THAT REAPETH, MAY REJOICE TOGETHER.
ANoTHER revolution of time has brought us, my Brethren, to the great annual assembling of many Tribes of the Lord to the Metropolis, to hold solemn Meetings on the great subjects of Human - Woe and Christian Beneficence. Guided by evangelic truth, they come to hear again of the miseries of our fallen race through sin, and of the progress of the Word of God for their redemption, in all the world—to humble themselves before Him, for our common rebellions and manifold provocations—to magnify his Name together, and the Name of his Holy Child Jesus—and to stir up one another to more enlarged efforts for the proclaiming of that Name for salvation unto all the ends of the earth. The objects presented to us are among the most awful and affecting that can be presented to the mind—the purpose, among the greatest and best