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R. July, 1840.


H. C. Kruckeberg,


1831,


Krishnaghar. .


D. Feb. 1860.


J. ,T. Muller,


1831,


Madras


D. March, 1843.


W T . Morse,


1832,


N. India


R. July, 1836.


J. Haberlin,


1832,


Burdwan


R. Jan. 1838.


J. C. G. Knorpp,


1832,


Benares


D. March, 1838.


C. B. Leupolt,


1832,


Do.


R. April, 1872.


J. T. Lincke,


1832,


Krisbnaghar . .


D. March, 1868.


C. W. Isenberg,


1832,


Bombay


D. October, 1864.


J. Feet,


1S33,


Travancore . .


I). August, 1866.


G. Pettitfc,


1833,


Tinnevelly . .


W. January, 1855.


J. Tucker,


1833,


Madras


R. Mar. 1847, D. 1873.


H. Snashall,


1833,


Do.


11. Jan. 1834.


W. J. Woodcock,


1834,


Cottayam


R. Nov. 1840.


J. Lechler,


1834,


Tinnevelly . .


R. June, iS35.


F. J. DeRozario.


1834,


Agurpara


R. 1880.


T. H. Applegate,


1 835,


Do.


D. November, 1837.


11. Harley,


1836,


Cochin


II. 18CI.


C. C. Mcngo,


1836,


Bombay


R. June, 1874.


C. F. Warth,


1836,


Nasik . .ID. May, 1842.


J. Thomas,


1836,


Tinnevelly . JD. March, 1870.


F. Wybrow,


1837,


Calcutta . . D. June, 1840.


J. II. Gray,


1837,


Madras


R. April, 1847.


J Johnson,


1837,


Travancore . . D. Mav, 1846.


T. J. Norton,


1837,


Madras .JR. 1840.


J. N. Norgate,


1837,


Calcutta


W. 1842.


J. J. H. Elonis,


1838,


Madras


R. Januarv, 1849.


G. M. Valentino,


1838,


Bombay


D July, 1844.


W. T. Humphrey,


1838,


IVavancore . .


R. November, 1841.


F. E. Schneider,


1838,


Agra


R. March, 1875.


,T. S. S. Robertson,


1838,


Bombay


R. May, 1877.


J. C. Barclay,


1838,


Madras


W. 1840.


C. Stone,


1830.


Xasik


R. 1810.


(I. K. Blumhardt,


1839,


vrishnaghar. .


II. April, 1877.


J. limes,


1839,


Do.


R. February, 1851.


C. T. Jvrauss,


1839,


Do.


I). October," 184 9.


C. W. Lipp,


1839,


Do.


H. January, 18o(>.


F. Rogers,


1839,


Vlavaveram . .


II. February, 1841.



INDIA N MISSION A R Y DIRECTORY.



NAMES.


ARRIVAL.


FIELD OF LA.BOB..


DEATH, WITHDRAWAL
OR RETIREMBHT.


8. Hobbs,


1839,


Tinnevclly . .


R 1880.


A. II. Alexander,


1839,


Culna


D. 1845.


C. J. Taylor,


1839,


Mayaveram . .


D April, 1851.


C. G. Pfander,


1840, Agra . . D December, 1865.


F. A. Kreias,


1840,


Goruckpore . . D. June, 1856.


J. P. Menge,


1840,


Do. . . D. September, 1878.


J. Chapman,


1840, (Travancore .. I> December, 186'2.


J. Hawks worth t


1840, Do. , , D. January, 1863.


J. F. Osborne,


1840,


Calcutta . . W. February, 1847.


f. Baumann,


1840,


Benares . . D. August, 1843.


J. C. "Wendnagel,


1840,


Goruckpore . . D. December, 1846.


11. P. Noble,


1841,


Masulipatam ID, October, 1865.


Tf.W. Fox, .J 1841,


Do. .. D. October, 1848.


11. Hawes, ..1 1841,


Tounpore . . R. Jarruary, 18-tft.


J, G SyBa-es,


1841,


Madras .. 11 August, 1857'.


3. T. Tucker,


1842,


finnevolly . .


D. July, 1866.


S. Hobbs,


1842,


Do.


R. Nov. 18C-2.


G. Stolzenberg,


1842,


ESenares,


D. 1845.


J. D Proclmow,


1843,


Siotgarb.


R, 1858.


E. Johnson,


1843,


X. India=


R. September, 1858.


H. Baker, Jr.


1843,


Pra van core . .


D November, 1878.


H. Mellon,


1843,


Bombay


R July, 1844.


J. J. Muhlheisen,


1844,


Do.


R, May, 1848.


F. L Sandberg,


1844,


Benares


R. January, 1849.


YJ. Reynold!-,


1844,


Ftrishnaghar . . |K September, 1846".


D. Hechler,


1844,


Chunar . . 11. 1851, D.








1878.


J. T. G. Barenbruelcj . .


1844,


Tinncvelly . .


D. March, 1859.


B. Geklt,


1845,


Burdwan ..JR. Feb. 1862.


A. Dredge,


18-io,


Bombay


D. June, 1846.


E Newman,


1845,


rinnevclly . .


R. 1850, D. 1880.


C. J llhenius,


1845,


Do.


R. March. 1851*


({. G Cathbert,


1846,


Calcutta


D October, 1861.


T. G. RagJaBd,


1846,


Madras


D October, 1858.


F. SchuiT, .


184G,


Bur 1 wan


T'd. to Mauritius, 1873


C. Bomwetsch}


1846,


Santipore,


W.July, 1877,


J. Spratt,


1846,


Tinnevelly . .


D. September, 1854.


R. L. Allnutt,


1846,


Do. . . R, October, 1847.


]{. M. Lamb,


1847,


Meerut


D. June, 1857.


.!] lingers,


1847,


Xasik


D July, 1865.


.A. Aolieson,


1.847,


Goruckpore , .


11 Februarv, 1853,


S. Hascll,.


1847,


Krishnaghar. .


D. June, 1879.


J. Fuchs,


1847,.


Benares


D.March, 1878.



ClIURCS MISSIONARY SOCIETY.



93



XAJIES.


ARRIVAL.- FIELD OF LABOR.


DEATH , W.T.IDRAV.-AI,


M J. "\Yilkinson,


1847, Benares


R 1854,D. 1873.


T. Jerrom,


1847, Bombay


D. May, 1851.


G. F. H Ansorge,


1847, Krishnaghar . .


R. 1855.


T. 5T Darling,


1847, Masulipatam


R. 1877.


J. Harding,


1848, Travancore . .


R. July, 1854.


W. Clark,


1848, Tinnevelly . .


Trans'd., to Ceylon,






18G8.


G English,


1849, Masulipatam


R. September, 1858.


T. Foulke's*


1849, Tmnevelly ..


R. November, I860.


W. S Price,


1849, IXasik


II. July, 1876.


C F. Reuther,


1849, [Kangra


D. January,- 1879.


T. K. Xicholson,


1850, Masulipatam,


R September, 1854,


G Candy,


1850, :Bombay


R. 1857, D. 18G9.


C. C. T. Sehreiber,


1850, Kurrachee


R. 1852.


S. G Benttler,


1850, Travancore . .


R. 1SG7.


J. Wbitechurci,


1850, Tinnevelly ..


D. January, 1871.


T. V. French, '


1850, 'Agra


Bishop of Lahore.


E C. Stuavt,


1850, Agra


Trans'd. 1877.


J. X. Merk,


1850, Kotghar


D. October, 1874.


S, Bosfc,


1850, ;Krishnaghar, JR. February, 1853.


J. J. Meyer, , ,


1850, Do.


R February, 1&53.


T. H. Fitzpatrick,


1851, Amritsar


D. February, 1861.


W. Wilkinson,


1851, Benares


II. 1856.


A. Matchett,


1852, Kurrachee . .


R. August, 18153.


D. Fcr.n,


1852, Madras .. D October, 1878.


C. F. Cobb,


18&2, Benares


R, 1859.


A. P. Xeele,


1852, Burd\van


R.March, 1876.


J. Pickford,


1852, ,Tinnevelly . ,


Trans-'d. 1854.


N. J. Moody,


1852, Madras ' . .


D. July, 1858.


H. D. K-ubbard,


18&3, Benares


R. April, 1876.


A. H. Frost,


1853, Xasik,


R. 1875.


A. Davidson,


1853, Bombay


W. 18G.


E. Trumpp,


1854, 'Scindh


R. Xofember, 1859.


P. Goodall,


1854, Do. .. D. April, 1861.


C. J. Batstone,


1854, Krishnaghar, R. January, 1857.


W. Wright,


1854, Agra


R. April, 1867.


A. Stravvbridgc,


1854, Amritsar . .<


R. May, 1565.


J. Leighton,


1854, Agra ...


R. February, I860.


A. Medland,


1854, Mcerut


W. February, 1861.


C. Every,-


1854, Tinnevelly . .


D.August, *1857.


C. F. Schwartz,


1854, Junir


D. August, 1878.


R. Collins,


1854, Cottayam . . |


R January, 1880.


L. Craddock,


1854, (Madras


R. Xovember, 1859.



INDIAN MISSIONARY DIRECTORY.



NAMES.


ARRIVAL.


FIELD OF LABOI


> DEATH, WITHDUAWA r,
OR RETIKEMKXT.


J. A. L. Stern,


1855,


Calcutta


R. 1877.


A. Dibb,


1855,


Tinnevelly . .


D. October, 1876.


H. Dixon,


1855,


Do.


W. July, 1871.


8. Dyson,


1855,


Calcutta . . R. March, 1878.


H. Andrews,


1855,


Allepio . . 1). October, 1866.


W. J. Ball,


1855,


Punjab ..JR. 1875.


II H. Tickers, ... 1855,


Travancore . . R Feb. I860.


A. B. Yalpy, . . 1855,


Tinnevelly . . R. Feb. 1S61.


G. "Walker,


1855,


Madras


R. Feb. 1866.


T. S. Royston,


1855,


Do.


R Julv, 187.1.


A. Burn,


1856,


Scindh .. U. 1871.


F. Goodall,


1856,


.Masulipatam R. May, 1868.


"W. T. Storrs,


. 1856,


Lucknow, etc R. 1879.


J. Gritton,


1856,


Madras


R. Mav, 1866.


R, P. Greaves,


1857,


Calcutta


D. Nov. 1870.


J. A. McCarthy,


1857,


Punjab


R. Jan. 1868.


C. Tanner,


1857,


Masulipatam.


11. May, 1873.


H. C. Milward,


1857,


Calcutta


R. Jan. 1860.


T. Toting,


18.57,


Punjab


D. Oct. 1862.


T. G. Gaster,


1857,


Agra


R. May, 1863.


II. W. Shackcll,


1858,


Do.


R, July 1873.


P. G. Ausorge,


1858,


Xorth India . .


R. 1880.


D. Fynes-Clinton,


1858,


Agra


II. 1860,D. Mav,lS80.


J. II. "Wilkinson,


1858,


Travancore . .


R. April," 1866."


T. Spratt,


1858,


Tinnevelly . .


R. April, 1873.


II. Galbraith,


1858,


Bombay


R. 1865.


L. Hofer,


1858,


Junir


II. 1861.


H. Bruce,


1858,


Punjab


Trans'd, 1869.


J. L Knight,


1858,


Xorth India . .


R. 1859.


W. Gray,


1858,


Madras


R. Oct. 1867.


T. E. Hallett,


1859, Santhalia


W. 1860.


A. Lock wood,


1859, Benares


R. Jan. 1872.


J. II. Buncher,


1859,


Madras


11. March, 1860.


AV. B. Cole,


1859,


Meerut


R. 1861.


J. B. Archer,


1859,


Do.


R. 1861.


II E. Clark,


1859,


Peshawar


D. Jan. 1863.


S. Attlec,


I860, Lucknow


R. 1860.


G Yeates, . .


Ib50, Mooltan


R 1873.


"W. Ellington,


I860, Masulipatam


I). June, 1878.


W. J. Edmonds, ... 1860,


Do. ...


II. 1863. [ 1877.


N. Honiss,


1860,


rinncvelly ...


Trans'd. to Mauritius,


J. I). Simmons,


1860,


Do. ...


Do. 1874.


J. M. Spetvhlv. .. 1860, Travunci>re .. Bishop of Travancore.



CHURCH MISSIONARY SOCIETY.



95



NAMES.


ARRIVAL.


FlELDOFLABOR


DEATH, AVITHDRAWAL
OK RETIREMENT.


R. B. Battv,


18GO, :Punjab ...'D. June, 1861.


J. B. Wheeler,


I860, Lucknow ..JR. 1861.


J. Barton,


1860,


Calcutta, etc... |R. Eeb. 1876.


E. S. Puxley,


1861,


Sauthalia ...R. 1865.


J. M. Brown,


1861,


Punjab ...11. Apr. 1866.


J. "NVellaiul,


1861,


Calcutta ...D. Dec. 1879.


T. Storrs,


1861,


Lucknow ... AV. July, 1872.


AV. P. Scliaffter,


1861,


Tinnevelly ...31. 1880.


J. Sharp,


1861,


Masulipatam R, 1880.


AV. Soans,


1862,


Derajat ...3). June, 1862.


J. Cooper,


1862,


Do. ...11. May, 1865.


T. Lane,


1862,


Travancore ...R. Dec. 1868.


II. Bartlett,


1862,


Madras .. D. Dec. 1865.


E. Wynne,


1862, (Junir ...11. Sept, 1863.


11. S.* Patterson,


1862, Moolten ... U. Mar. 1866.


(J. E. Vines,


1862, Agra ...D. Xov. 1879.


F. AVathen,


1862,


Amritsar ...D. Xov. 1865.


A. Johnson,


1862,


Allepie ...R. Dec. 1871.


J. AVilson,


1862,


Travancore ...R. June, 1871.


J. L. Holbeck,


1862,


Scindh ...31. 1863.


AV. Handcock,


1863,


Peshawar ...11. 18G7.


J. E. D. Hoernle,


1864,


Meerut ... H. 1878.


.1, W. Bardsley,


1864,


Scindh ... I). Feb. 1868.


J. Elmslie,


1864,


Kashmir .JD. Xov. 1872.


31. "\Varrcn,


1864,


Bombay ...31. 1865.


AV. G. Mallet,


1865,


Amritsar


R. 1875.


J. Stevenson,


1865,


Do. ...


D. Dec. 18G5.


('. AV. 31. Isenberg, ...


1865,


Hydrabad ...


D. Ecb. 1870.


II Crolev,


1865,


Scindh


R. June, 1869.


L. E. AV.' Eoote,


1866,


Bombay


1. Jan. 1870.


C. S. Cooke,


1866,


Do.


^. Feb. 1877.


J. C. Mill,


1866, |Tiimcvellv ,


\V. 1872.


E. Sampson,


1866,


Bombay


ft. July 1871.


AV. Ridley,


1856,


Peshawar


U. 1874.


I). Brodie, . .


1866,


Dera Ismail K.


R. 1874.


S. Carter,


1S66,


Govuckpore ...


D. July, 1871.


AV. Johnson,


1866,


Travancore ...


II. 1879.


AV. Hope,


1866,


Do.


R. 1874.


C. E. Storrs,


18GG,


Amritsar


R. 1871.


G. M. Gordon,*


1866,


Lahore


D. August, 1 8-SO.


A. B. Spaight,


1868,


Mooltan ...R. 1870.



Killed in action at Kandahar,



9 6



IXDIAX MISSTOXAHY DIRECTORY.



NAMES.


AlU'.IYAL. FlELBOFLAlOB


DEATH, AVITHDEAAVAL
OR HETIUEMEXT.


J. Conn,


1 8 G 8 , Raghapuram


D. Dec. 1871.


AV. Smith,


1868, Travancore ...


D August, 1874.


31. F. F. Trench,


18G8. Luck now


D. June, 18G9.


J. AV.Knott.


I860, Lahore


D. June, 1870.


J. Shearman,


1869, Madras


II. Dec. 1871.


E. Peake,


1870, Tinnevolly ...


ft. Jan. 1872.


A. Yarn old, . .


1871, Hyderabad . . .


11. 1878.


AV. AY. Cox,


1871, Masolipatam


H. 1872.


H Davis,


1871, Taljhari


D. Sept. 1877.


S.T. Leupolt,


1871, Calcutta


11. Feb. 1878.


H. II. Kendall,


]872, Madras


ft 1877.


AY. Mitchell,


1872, South India ..


ft. 1877.


II E. Jennings,


1872, Timievelly ...


11. 1875.


E. Carter,


1872, Allahabad ...


D. Aug. 1872.


A. Morgan,


1872, Masulipatam


II Oct. 1879.


I'. H. Baring, .. 1872, Amritsar


11 Apr. 1880.


T. Maxwell, . . 1S73, Kashmir


11 Nov. 1875.


G. T. M. Grime, " 1873, Agra


D. Oct. 1878.


B. H Skelton, . 1874, Azimguvh ...


11. 1880.


E. Blackmore, . . 1874, Tinnevcllv ...


D. Oct. 1879.


]). T HiUTV,


187G, Madras etc. ...


11. Jan. 1879.


T. AY. Ainley,


1877, Cot.tavam


R. Feb. 1879.


H. I). Dav, "


1879, Calcutta


ft, Xov. 1879.



GOSPEL PROPAGATION SOCIETY. 97

II. THE GOSPEL PROPAGATION SOCIETY.

" THE Society for the Propagation of the Gospel in For-
eign Parts" was organized in June, 1701, when it received a
charter from William III. It was designed " to provide for the
ministrations of the Church of England in the British colonies
and to propagate the Gospel among the native inhabitants of
those countries." The Society began its labors in India in 1817.
I. MADRAS PRESIDENCY. During the early years of the
present century the old Danish Missions which were rapidly
decayiog were transferred as a rule to the Christian Knowledge
Society and by this to the Propagation Society. In 1817 the
latter Society established missions at Bangalore and in the prov-
ince of Cuddapah. For many years but little progress was
made in these fields : but within the past fifteen years there
has been a great ingathering of converts, especially in Cudda-
pah. For several years prior to 1816 the misson of the Knowl-
edge Society in Madras was sadly disorganized and inefficient :
but in this year through the efforts of Bishop Heber while
visiting Madras a thorough reformation was made and the mis-
sion revived at once. In 1825 a large church was completed-:
and about this time the mission was made over to the Propaga-
tion Society by which it has since been sustained.

The Danish missions in Tanjore and Trichinopoly passed
into the hands of the Society about 1820. In these provinces
the Society now has nine central missions besides numerous out-
stations. Cuddalore in the province of Arcot, and several sta-
tions in Madura, were also occupied about 1820. The early
Bishops of the Church of England manifested peculiar interest
in all the Society's missions, and by the erection of the see of
Madras in 1835 the interests of these missions were still
further advanced.

The first missionary appointed to Tinuevelly was the Rev.
D. Rosen in 1829. In 1839 the missions were divided into
small districts, which proved an excellent plan. In 1844 at Saw-
yerpuram and at Christianagram there were general movements
towards Christianity and hundreds of accessions : so at Edeyen-
goody and Nazareth.

In the same year two Theological Seminaries were eatab-

is



98 INDIAN MISSIONARY DIREOTORY.

lished, one at Sawyerpuiam in Tinnevelly and the other at
Vediarpuram in Tanjore ; a third which had previously existed
at Madras, was re-modelled.

In Tinuevelly and Ramnad the number of villages in wl ich
ihere are Christian congregations is 631. There are four Board-
ing schools, and several orphanages. In every district tliere
is a Local Church Council, in addition to which there is a Pro-
vincial Church Council, in which all the clergy, European and
Native, and elected lay representatives from each district, have
a place and by which all questions affecting the welfare of the
Native church are considered. It has been partly through the
great increase of voluntary evangelistic effort which has taken
place in Tinuevelly for some yeais past, and partly the influence
of the lessons taught by tbehistory of famine relief, that sonoany
thousands of the people have within the last few years abandon-
ed heathenism and placed themselves under Christian instruc-
tion. The progress made will be seen from a comparison of
the following numbers : persons under Christian instruction,
including baptized and unbaptized, in 1877, 1878 and 1879 res-
pectively, 22,8^6 ; 39,946 ; 44,069.

A Medical mission was opened at Nazareth in 1870. There
are also flourishing dispensaries at Erungalore and Madras.

When the Prince of Wales visited India, in 1875, 10,000
Native Christians of Tinnevelly, headed by Drs. Caldwell aud
Sargent, met His Royal Highness and presented him with an
address, to which he made ail appropriate reply.

In March, 1877, the Rev. Dr. Caldwell, thu founder of
the mission at Edeyengoody, was conseciated as Sufiiagan
Bishop, Coidjutor to the Bishop of Madras.

II. BENGAL PRESIDENCY. The attention of thu Society-
was directed to Bengil immediately after the foundation of the
Episcopate. In 1818 Bi.-hop Middleton proposed the establish-
ment of a College to train Christian agents, and of Schools for
Hindoos and Mohammedans. His proposal was favorably re-
ceived and the foundation-stone of the new Institution at
Calcutta was luid December loth, 1820: the building was com-
pleted about four years afterwards. The institution has since
been known as Bishop's College,

At the suggestion of Bishop Heber, the Society appointed



GOSPEL PROPAGATION SOCIETY. 99

the Rev. T. Christian to Bhagulpur, in 1825, where he labored
a short time and died in 1827. The Rev. W. Morton, who was
the first missionary sent to Bengal by the Society, was ap-
pointed to Chinsurah, in 1829. The station was abandoned in
1837. Tally gunge was also occupied in 1829. The first mis-
frion;try, the Rev. Mr. Tweedle, died in 1832, but the work
has been successfully and steadily carried fwward.

The Society established a station in Cfwnporein 1832, the
Rev. J. Carshowe being the first missionary appointed. Tez-
pur, in Assam, was occupied in 1850. Forty schools have
been established and at least nine Christian communities form-
ed. The work at Delhi was begun in 1854. The mission was
broken up by the Mutiny and the missionary, the Rev. A, R.
Huboard, and ihree assistant missionaries, were put to death
by the rebels: but the mission was soon renewed, and has been
greatly prospered since. Burmah was occupied by the Society
in 186^5, when a mission was opened at Rangoon. Moulmein
and Mandalay were taken up in 1869 and Touughoo, in 1875.
At Rangoon, St. John's Collego contains about 600 boys.
Work is carried on among the Tamils, Chinese and others.
Mandalay was given up in 1879. The Chota Nagpore mission
dates from 1869, when a number of Berlin missionaries who
had been laboring there for years joined the Society. The
progress here has been steady. Roorkee was occupied in 1871,
Banda, in 1872.

In 1877, the Cambridge mission at Delhi was opened. It
is carried on by the Rev. E. Bickersteth and five associates.

III. BOMBAY PRESIDENCY. Bishop Heber while in Bom-
bay in 1827, formed a committee in connection with the Propa-
gation Society, but it was not until 1859, that n mission was
established. A mission at Guzer.it was opened in 1830, but was
checked in the early death of its first missionary, the Rev. Mr.
Peitinger.Kolhapur was occupied in 1870, Ahtnednagar in 1872,
and Dapoli, in 1878. In 1879 the statistics of the Society
were as follows :

European missionaries, 53, increase since 1871, 12.

Native do. 62, do. 25.

Native Christians, 53,842, do. 8,759.

Communicants, 16,187, do. 5,583.



TOO INDIAN MISSIONARY DIRECTORY.

MISSIONARY BISHOP.

The Right Rev. Bishop (Robert) Caldwell, D. D., L.L.D , M.R A.S.
Born May 7, 1814, near Belfast. Studied at Glasgow. Ordained July
7, 1837. Came to India in 1837 in connection with the London Missionary
Society, and labored at Madras until 1841 when he joined the Gospel Pro-
pagation Society. In 1842 commenced a station at Edeyengoody where
he labored many years. March 11, 1877, consecrated at Calcutta Suffra-
gan Bishop, coadjutor to the Bishop of Madras.

MISSIONARIES OF THE SOCIETY.

ABHISHEKAXATHAX, SAMUEL. B. in Tinnevelly, Dec. 18,1847. O.D.
June, 1878. W. Native Pastor. Ad. Rangoon, Burmah.

ABRAHAM, G. 0. 1879. Ad. Ramnad, Madras P.

ABRAHAM, Y. 0. 1874. Ad. Nazareth, Do.

ADAMSON, T. A. 1871. Ad. Saivyerpuram, Do.

A DEIKTJLAM, D. 0. 1860. Ad. Aneycadoo, Do.

ALT, ABDUL. 0. 1879. Ad. Band*. N-W. P.

ALI, ASAD. 0. 1880. Ad. Delhi.

ALLNTIT, S. S. 0. P. 1866. A. 1879. Ad. Delhi.

ANTONI, DARI. 0. 1875. Ad. Ranchi, Chota Nagpore.

ATHANASITJS. 0. 1873. Ad. Do. Do.

BATSCH, FREDERICK GOTTLIEB. B. Jan. 24, 1820 at Straupitz, Ger-
many. 0. Berlin, July 8, 1844. A. Dec. 1844. S. Chota Nagpore, till
1868, in connection with the Berlin Society, since then in connection with
the S. P. G. H. in 1860 and in 1874. Ad. Ranchi, Chota Nagporf.

BICKERSTETH, EDWARD. O. P. 1874. A. 1877. Ad. Delhi.

BILLING, G. A. 1871. Ad. Ramnad, Madras P.

BLACKETT, HERBERT F. A. 1878. O. P. at Delhi, 1880. H. to
Eng., 1880.

BLAKE, W. H. A. 1875. Ad. Tanjore, Madras P.

BOHN, F. A. 1869. Ad. Ranchi, Chota Nagpore.

BOWER, HENRY. A. 1844. Ad. Madras.

CARLYON, HENRY C. 0. P. 1873: A. 1878. Ad. Delhi.

CHAITD, TARA. B. in Delhi, Nov. 5, 1839. O.D Dec. 1863. O.P.
1864. S. Delhi. L. " Mufta-ul-Iman," a manual of Christian Faith, Gyan
Darpan, the same in Hindi character ; " The Epistle to Diognetus" (Urdu
and Hindi) S. P. C. K. Depot, Cawnpore ; " Tazkarat-ul-Mominin, or
Christian Life of the First Three centuries" ; " Mawaiz-i-Uqba or the
Letter of a Jewish convert to her father." Ad Delhi.
CHOWDRY, B. C. 0. 1857. Ad. Hoivrah, Bengal.
CHRISTIAN, S. 0. 1869. Ad. Mudaloor, Madras P.
CLAY, JOHN. B. May 5, 1828 at St. Thomas Mount, Madras. 0. D.
March 12, 1854.10. P. April 1, 1855. S. Pastor of Engl. congregation
nt Cuddapah, 1854-56, since missionary among Telugus in Kurnal and
Cuddapah Districts. L. " Elementary Catechism." " O. T. Stories:"



GOSPEL PROPAGATION SOCIETY, roi

Translation of the Gospels and Acts from the original ; compendium ot
" Pearson on the Creed." Ad. Mutyalapad, Kurnal, Madras P.

CUE, J W. A. 1862. Principal Bishop's Col. Ad. Calcutta.

COTTLBECK, J. A. A. 1874. Ad. Moulmain, Burmah.

DEVASAYAM, SWAMIDIAN. B. at Nazareth, Aug. 5, 1832. 0. D.
March 17, 1867. 0. P. Jan. 31, 1869. S. Edeyengoody 1867, Mudalur

1869, Ramnad 1871, Puthiamputhur 1878, Tuticorin 1879. AV. Native
Pastor. Ad Tuticorin, Madras P.

DEY, G. C. 0. 1875. Ad. Moarahat, Bengal.
DREW, WILLIAM. B. at St. Columbo, Cornwall, in 1840. A. 1865,
Ad. Barripore, Bengal.

DUNNE, D. H. G. A. 1868. Ad. Caivnpore, N.-W.P.

DUTT, ROGER. B in 'Calcutta, Nov. 9, 1847. 0. April 4, 1874. S.

1868. Christ Church School, Cawnpore : 1869, Bishop's Col., Calcutta :

1870, Ranchi. Has been engaged in both Engl. and ver. W. L. Two
small pamphlets, (1) A Compilation : " Questions and Answers on the
order for Morning and Evening Prayer" (2) " The Church Catechism."
Both are in Hindi and procurable at the S. P. 0. K. Depot, Cawnpore.
Ad. Ranchi, Chota Nagpore.

ELEAZER, J. 0. 1862. Ad. Salem, Madras F.

ELLIS, PERCY ANSLEY. B. Kensington, Jan. 19, 1855. A. Dec. 14,
1877. 0. D. Poona, June, 1879. S. Poona, Kolhapur, Ahmednagar. Ad.
Ahmednagar, Bombay P.

ENDLE, SIDNEY. A. 1864. Ad. Tezpore, Assam.

FAIRCLOUGH, J. A. 1866. Ad. Rangoon, Burmah.

FLEX, OSCAR THEODOR. B. Aug. 27, 1840, at Dubrau, Prussia. A.
in connection with Gossner's Society, in March, 1861. 0. in 1869. M.

1869. S. Ranchee. W. in charge of mission schools, and engaged in
other ver. L. TJraun Grammar (in Engl .) translations of Scripture portions
into Uraun : several works in German. H. 1871-72. In 1877 joined
the S. P. G. Now in Europe.

GADNET, ALFRED. A. 1872. Ad. Dapoli, Bombay F-

GHOSE, B. C. 0. 1875. Ad. Ranchi, Chota, Nagpore.

GILDER, CHARLES. A. 1860. Ad Bombay.

GNANADHIN, JOSEPH. B. in Tinnevelly, Oct. 17, 1846. 0. D. Jan. 30,
1876. 0. P. March 17, 1878. E. Sawyerpuram Col. S. Pathiamputhur
1876, Ramnad 1878. W. Native Pastor. Ad. Ramnad, Madras P.

GNANAKKUN, G. M. B at Nazareth, Dec. 18, 1830. E. Sawyer-
puram In st. and Madras Sera. 0. D. Dec. 24, 1871. 0. P. Oct.* 11,
1874. S. Naugoor and Tranquebar. Ad. Tranquebar, Madras P.

GNANAMTJTTU, ABRAHAM. B. in Tinnevelly, Feb. 14, 1839. 0. D.
March 9, 1879. E. Sullivan's Gardens, Madras. W. Native Pastor. Ad.
Daviputam, Ramnad, Madras P.

GNAPRAGASAM, PARANJOTHY. B. at Nazareth, Sept. 10, 1837. 0. D.
Palamcottah, Jan. 26, 1873. Ad. Ramnad, Madras P.



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