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Hospitals, reports of 188,242 | Missionaries at Sükiá hwui,
Inquiry on rendering the word Nanking, visit to
Nautical observations 207,264,320
Jarrom, death of Mrs.
160 | New Testament, revision of 53,432
Lockhart attacked at Tsingpú 155 Pirates captured at Shanghái 651
Portuguese lorcha destroyed
104 Praver made in fulfilment of vows 305
481 Hospital at Canton 143
Printed papers, desecration of 417
Medical Missionary Society, 133,18 | Sacrifices, nature of Chinese 558
1.39 i Spais and mottoes 11-rd
Shantung navigators 151,401,532 Tracts in Chinese
Sükiá Hwui, residence at 477 Z. Z. note of and remarks on 260,459
Art. 1. The New Year; a comparative English and Chinese Calendar; lits of
foreign residents at the five ports ; government of Honkong; foreign lega-
tions; congular establishments, &c.
of drowning their female children : By Kwei Chungfu of Hunan.
the Chinese Language. By William J. Boone D. D., Missionary Bishop of the
Art. 1. An Essay on the proper rendering of the words Elohim and Theos into
the Chinese language. By WILLIAM Í BOONE, D. D., Missionary Bishop of
the Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States to China.
Chinese language ; illustrated with a sketch of the province of Kwangtung,
Art. 1. An inquiry into the proper mode nt' rendering th:r word God in translating
the Sacred Scriptures inio the Chinese langu.we. By W. H. MEDHUESI
the period from 1st July 1815,10 3112 December, 1817. By Rev. P. Parker. 1313
aries, while on a visit to the city of Tsing-pu, Wednesday, March 8th, 1878. 1i
the Public Dispensary. By W. LOCKHART, Esq. M. R. C.8.
Art. II. An Address to the foreign residents in China, warning them against
the use of becf as an article of food. By the native Scholars and Gentry of
Shanghai. Translated for the Repository, by Z. Z.
Art. II. Colonial Surgeon's Report for Froin the China Mail, May 25th,
Art. 1. An inquiry into the proper mode of rendering the word Guil in translating
the Sacred Scriptures into the Chinese language. By W. H. MEDHURST, 31
Art. 1 Memoirs of Father Ripa, being thirteen years' residence at the court of
Peking in the service of the Emperor of China ; with an acount o: the college
the leadian by Fortunato Prandi. New York. Wiley and Putnam, 1845. 376
Toticeiitie Shantung Navigators, especially of those concerned in the
Art l. Chinese Loxicography, or a list of the Dictionaries in the Imperial Library
at Peking, according to the General Catalogue called the Sz' Fu Ts'iuen Shu. 133
Art. II. Su sang yu ti ying wu 'Tsóiuen Tu, A Complete Map of the military
stations of Kiangsu. By Chis and Li
Art. V. Reminiscences of Shanghai, being extracts from a letter written by the
late honorabie J. R. Morrison, and dated Shanghai, October 10th, 1812. 526
Art. VIII. Journal of Occurrences : tyfoon of Sept. Ist; interview between H.
E. the American Commissioner and Gov.gen. Su : Portuguese lorcha captured
Notices of Works upon the regions west and north of China, and Travels
Art. IV. Mustrations of Men and Things in China Religious education of
Canton ; tenth annual meeting of the Morrison Education Society; the Ameri-
Art. III. Notice regarding Christian Tracts, in the Chinesc language, designed