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95

Hospitals, reports of 188,242 | Missionaries at Sükiá hwui,
Hospital, operations at 372,544 Roinish,

Howe, narrative of capt. 366 Ming, its meanings 113,628

Hunting practiced by Kanghi 389 || Morrison, reminiscences of J. R. 529

Hwang-chuh ki, affray at 55,157 | Morrison's dictionary upon

Shin

58,302

Idols, procession of

531 || Morrison Education Society,

Illustrations of Scripture 537

meeting of

596

Illustrations of men and things 591 Morrison's translation of 'Thcos 305

Infanticide, essay against 11 || Morrison's report, Dr. Wm. 313

Infanticide, Ripa'o notice of 387 || Morrison uses many terms for God 342

Interpreters, regulations concern Mulberry raised near Canton 428

ing the employment of 159

Inquiry on rendering the word Nanking, visit to

310,413
God 105,161,209,265,321 | Naples, Chinese college at 398

Nautical observations 207,264,320

James drowned, Dr. and Mrs. 207 Neighborhoods, agreement among 361

Jarrom, death of Mrs.

160 | New Testament, revision of 53,432
Julien's notices of works on Asia 575 Ningpo, temperature of

247
Kánghi receives Ripa
387 | Old man's 200th birthday

646
Kánghi's personal habits 395 Ophthalmic hospital, operations at 544
Kiángsú, map of military stations 526 Ophthalmic hospital, Report of 13:3
Kiating and Nantsiáng, visit to 463 Opium smoking, remedy for 246
Kiying goes to Peking 104,373 | Opium trade encouraged 655
Kwei Chungfú, essay of 11|Opium traffic, plan to stop

Leaves, paintings on
394 Paradox schooner sunk

207

Legation of U. S. A. in China 432 Parker's Ophthalmic Hospital 133

Lloyd, obituary notice John of 651 || Piracy near Hiángshán, notice of 372

Lockhart attacked at Tsingpú 155 Pirates captured at Shanghái 651
Lockhart's hospital at Shanghái 188 Plan of the city of Kiáting 465
Loomis, Rev. G, Seamen's

Portuguese lorcha destroyed

544
Chaplaiu

104 Praver made in fulfilment of vows 305
Lowrie's death, correspondence Prcaching in the Oplıthalmic
regarding

481 Hospital at Canton 143
Lowrie's deaili, action respecting 200 Premare's view of Tien

37

Printed papers, desecration of 417

Macao, government of

10 Propagation of the Gospel, Soc. for 55

Macgowan's Report of hospital 242 | Propositions for public security 361

Manchu term for spirit

307 Proverbs referring to officers 355

Meadows, Desultory Notes by 90

Medhurst's views of Confucianism :39. Rationalist notions of Shángu 309

Medhurst attacked at Tsingpu 151 || Rawson's house robbed

650

Medhurst's Theology of Chineze 414 | Religious education by Chinese 591

Medhurst's note on Z. Z. 459 || Religious meetings at Hongkong 54

Medhurst's reply to Dr. Boone Kipa, me!noirs of father

377

489,545,600|| Robbery and executions

320

Medhurst's definitions of God 659 | Russian ship at Shanghai 487

Medhurst's Inquiry on rendering

God, 105.161.209,265,321 | Sacred Edict, mode of reading 586

Medical Missionary Society, 133,18 | Sacrifices, nature of Chinese 558
Missionaries, conduet of 386|| Sacrifices of ancient eniperors 97,174
Missionaries, list of Protestant 101 Sacrifice to heaven by Kanghi 389)
Missionaries expelied, Roman Sinqua at Shanghai 342,3721,482,514
Catholic

1.39 i Spais and mottoes 11-rd

11

No. 1.

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.
Art. II. infanticide; translation of an essay warning people against the practice

of drowning their female children : By Kwei Chungfu of Hunan.
Art. II. An Essay on the proper rendering of the words Elohim and Theos into

the Chinese Language. By William J. Boone D. D., Missionary Bishop of the
Protestant Episcopal Church of the United States to China.

17

Art. IV. Revision of the Chinese version of the New Testament : proceedings

of the delegates, from the General Committee of Protestant missionaries as-

sembled at Shanghai.

53

Art V. Journal of Occurrences ; execution murderers ; public meeting at

Hongkong; revenue and expenditure ; official appointments.

No. 2.

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.
Art. II. Desultory Notes on the Government and people of China, and on the

Chinese language ; illustrated with a sketch of the province of Kwangtung,
showing its division into departinents and districts. By Thomas T Meadows,
interpreter to her Brilannic Majesty's consulate at Canton.

90

Art. Ul. Chinese sacrifices, illustrated by quotations from the Shu King. Trans-

lated for the Chinese Repository.

97

Art. IV. List of Protestant Missionaries at the several Ports of China, with the

names of the Societies to which they belong.

101

Art V. Journal of Occurrences: regulations for protection of foreigners; Kiying

ordered to Peking; arrival of inissionaries; chaplain at Whampoa.

10%

57

200

No. 3.

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
An II. The toursonth Report of the Ophthalmic Hospital, Canton, including

the period from 1st July 1815,10 3112 December, 1817. By Rev. P. Parker. 1313
Art. II. Particulars of a murderous attack made on a party of English, Mission-

aries, while on a visit to the city of Tsing-pu, Wednesday, March 8th, 1878. 1i

Art. IV. Journal of Occurrences; troubles at Shanghai ; sentences of criminals ;

regulations concerning interpreters; Catholic inissionaries expelled ; death

of Mrs. Jarroin; missionaries arrived; police of public officers.

157

No. 4.

Art. 1. An inquiry into the proper mode of rendering the word God in translating

the Sacred Scriptures into the Chinese language. By W. H. MEDHURST.

161

Art. 11. Extracts from the Reports of the Medical Missionary Society in China

for the year 1817; Reports of the Chinese Hospital at Shanghai, and Report of

the Public Dispensary. By W. LOCKHART, Esq. M. R. C.8.

188

Art. III. Journal of Occurrences; affairs at Shanghai; nautical observation; the

schooner Paradox sunk, passengers drowned ; Dutch trade at Canton. 206

No. 5.

Art. I. An inquiry into the proper mode of rendering the word God in translating

the Sacred Scriptures into the Chinese language. By W. H. MEDHURST. 29

Art. II. Extracts from the Report of the Medical Missionary Society in China

for the year 1317: Reports of the Hospitals at Ningpo and Hongkong, and of the

Dispensary at Amoy.

242

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. IV. Journal of Occurrences; naitical observation; communication from Su;

notice from the British consulate at Canton.

263

No. 6.

Art. I. An inquiry into the proper mode of rendering the word God in translating

the Sacred Scriptures into the Chinese language. By W. H. MEDHURST° 265

Art. II. Translations of official documents, relating to the late consular proceed-

ings of Mr. Alcock, H. B. M.'s consul at Shanghai, with notes thereon. &c. 310

Art. II. Colonial Surgeon's Report for Froin the China Mail, May 25th,
1848.

313

Art. IV. Journal of Occurrences ; general remarks; government notifications ;

robbery and executions; transport of grain; nautical ubservation ; deaths. 317

No. 7.

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. II. The character of Chinese Officers illustrated by selections from Chinese

proverbs, &c. Translated for the Chinese Repository, by T. S. P.

355

Art. III. A fete plain Questions addressed to those Missionaries, who, in their

preaching or writing, teach the Chinese to worship Shang-ti.

357

Art IV. Propositions for promoting the public security, in the Union of the

Eight Strects. Translated for the Repository.

360

Art. V. A perspicuous form of prayer, returning thanks to heaven in fulfillment

of vows. Translated for the Chinese Repository. By L. T. T.

365

Art. VI. Captain Howe's narrative of his Captivity in Cochinchina. From the

Straits Times, May 10th.

366

Art. VII. Journal of Occurrences : singular accident; piracy; arrival of mission.

aries; Spanish embassy ; official promotions; notes from Shanghai; disturb.

ances in Siann; visit to the northern poris ; public nutice; notes on the native

trade ; circulars al Amoy ; chaplain's visits ; sickness at Hongkong,

372

No. 8.

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
for the education of young Chinesezat Naples. Selected and translated from

the leadian by Fortunato Prandi. New York. Wiley and Putnam, 1845. 376
Art. i.

Toticeiitie Shantung Navigators, especially of those concerned in the
attack on three British subjects at Tsin, pu: Marcin 8th. 1818, with particnlars
nitoConsula: procervings at stignyhai in securing their arrest and punishinent H

art. III. 4. Dissertation on the Theology of the Chinese, with a view to the

elucidation of the most appropriate terin for expressing the Deity in the Chi-
nesc language. By W. H. MEDHURST, SEN Printed at the Mission Press

Shanghai. 1848. Pp:280.

414

Art. IV. °A brief Notice soliciting subscriptions for the purpose of preventing the

desecration of printed papers. Translated for the Repository

117

Art. V. List of Foreign Residents in Canton, August. 1818.

419

Art. VI. A passage along the Broadway River from Canton to Macao--Descrip.

tion of the silk territory of Shunteh. By M. Isidore Hedde

Art. VII. Journal of Occurrences : limits allowed citizens of the U.S.A. in China;

tyfoon ; revision of the New Testament, &c.; the United States Legation;

the arrival of missionaries.

131

No. 9.

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. Remarks on the Notes of Z. Z. in a letter addressed to the Editor of the

Chinese Repository. By the Rev. Dr. Medhurst.

453

Art. III. Notice of a visit to the cities of Kiating and Nantsiang, with a descrip.

tion of the former, accompanied by a facsimile plan taken from a Chinese map

of that city.

162

Art. IV. Walks about Shanghai, with notices of the city and its inhabitants.

From a Private Journal by Viator.

-168

Art. V. Proclamation from the magistrate of Shanghai, securing to the mission-

aries of the Roman Catholic Church a residence at Sukia Hwui.

477

Art. VI. Stateinent regarding the murder of a Chinese woman by her grandson,

and of the grandson by the neighboring villagers, with particulars about rob.

bing the coffined dead.

180

Art. VI. Against the circulation of banc crash, a proclamation from the commis.

sioner of finance, issued from his office at Suchau to the people of Kiangsu. 482

Art. VIII. Official Correspondence relating to the death of the Rev. Walter M.

Lowrie. Continued from Vol. XVI. pp. 607-610.

481

Art. 1X. Journal of Occurrcuces; Russian bark at Shanghai ; destructive tyfoon ;

imperial Commissionership ; Trinity church; rice and cotton crops ; sufferers

from famine ; attuir of honor ; caplure of pirates; officers of the United States
vessels of war

187

No. 10.

Art. 1. Reply to the Essay of Dr. Boone on the proper rendering of the words

Elohim and Theos into the Chinese language, contained on pp. 17,57 et seq.

By W. H. MEDHURST, D). D.

189

Art. 11. Shower of dust or ashes at Shanghai ; cxamination and report upon it by

H. Piddington, curator of the museum of Economic Geology of India. 3.1

Art. II. Su sang yu ti ying wu 'Tsóiuen Tu, A Complete Map of the military

stations of Kiangsu. By Chis and Li

Art IV: Observations on the thermometer at Shanghai, exhibiting the maximum

and ininimum of the monthly register during four successive years. сnding

with 1847.

527

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 Vl. Walks about Shanghai, with notices of the city and its inhabitants.

From a Private Journal, by Viator.

3.30

Art. VII. Hlustrations of Scripture drawn from the custoins of the Chinesc. 537

Art. VIII. Journal of Occurrences : tyfoon of Sept. Ist; interview between H.

E. the American Commissioner and Gov.gen. Su : Portuguese lorcha captured
by Chinese : tautai at Shanghai ; 1'. s. Consu at Shanghai ; operations at the

hthalinic Hospital.

340

No. 11

Art. 1. Reply to the Essay of Dr. Brone on the proper rendering of the words

Einhim'az. Theos into the Chinese language contained on pp. 17. 57. et seq.

By W. H. MEDHURST, D. D).

515

Notices of Works upon the regions west and north of China, and Travels
into India, written by Chinese authors, between the jih and 18th centuries of

By S JULIEN.

575

Art. III. Reading the Sacred Edict. a system of instruction wropted by the

Chinese government for the moral benefit of the common people.

586

Art. H

Art. IV. Mustrations of Men and Things in China Religious education of
children ; gainbling on the price of cash ; scals; leat pictures.

391
Ant. V. Journal of Occurrences : Violent gale ; difficulty in hiring houses in

Canton ; tenth annual meeting of the Morrison Education Society; the Ameri-
can commissioner; Act conferring judicial powers on American minister and

consuls.

594

No. 12.

Art. 1. Reply to the Essay of Dr. Boone on the proper rendering of the words

Elohim and Theos into the Chinese language, contained on pp 17, 57, et seq.

By W. H MEDHURST, D. D.

600

Art. Il

Anecdotes given by Chinese authors to inculcate a moral, or to illustrate

human conduct

Art. III. Notice regarding Christian Tracts, in the Chinesc language, designed
for publication under the patronage of the American Tract Society.

619

Art IV! Journal of Occurrences : Robbery in Canton; pirates captured at Shang-

hai; security enjoyed by foreigners there; cold weather and sickness at

Shanghai ; death of Rev. John Lloyd ; memorial of the governor-general relat-

ing to cassia; a god honored by the emperor ; opium cultivation extending in

Tudia.

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