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Ratcliffe, Report from, 41.
Reports from our Medical Lady Super-

intendent of the Nurses, 161,

195.

Review of the Year, 382.

Rome, The Apostle Paul in, 146.

Rome, The Bible-woman in, 148, 340.

The following classification will show that the Editor continues to keep in view

as usual FIVE distinct spheres of observation.

I.-THE LANDS STILL, OR TILL LATELY, HEATHEN.

PAGE

PAGE

A Hindoo Woman's Inquiry-

Who will help a Burmese Female

Who, then, will save me?

Mission ?

275

Who?"

51 China-Sowing and Weeping 276

The New Gold Umbrella of Ran- The Japanese and the Bible..... 301
goon

78 History of a Japanese Youth and

Bible-woinan in Indian Villages 206 the Bible

304

Good News from Madagascar

237 Seeta Ram, the Taught of God 309
Good News from Burmah

273

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II.-THE LANDS WHERE THE PEOPLE BELIEVE IN A FALSE BOOK.

The Magna Charta of Turkey

1 The Heaven-sent Dreams...... 115

Is the "Hatti Hamayoun

The Syrian Christian Bride......... 149

Dead Letter? or, the Story of Native Christian Young Men's In-

El Hadji Hassan

8 struction Society in Syria......... 209

The Daughters of Syria

14 Syria Past and Present, and a Letter
Bible Work in Turkey after 1853 16, 54 from Constantine Koury

314

III.—THE COUNTRIES WHERE THE BIBLE HAS BEEN HIDDEN.
A Bible-woman's Report from The Events of the last Twenty-
Madrid

..49, 174 four Years as regards Roman
Poor Mothers' Sewing-class in Paris 143,

Catholic Countries...

178
212, 402.

The Silence of the Bible as to
The Apostle Paul in Rome

146 Peter's Presence in Rome; &
The Bible-women in Rome

148, 340

Discussion in February, 1872, in
Rome itself.........

180

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V.-THE FIELD OF PROTESTANT EFFORT TO DISSEMINATE THE SCRIPTURES.

Why is it worth while to continue Our Two Dormitories

25

this Mission to the Heathen at Notes by the Editor ........

29, 48
Home ?

List of Subscribers and Receipts, 30,
The Voices of God in Low Dis-

69, 93, 126, 158, 190, 222, 254, 286,

tricts in the East of London 20 319, 350, 406.

18

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298

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woman

on

PAGE
Our Special Field

33
Ye shall Reap, if ye Faint not”... 34
A Bible-woman's Letter from an
Almshouse.....

37
Wanted a Supporter and Treasurer 38
The Ferns District

39
From the Vicarage, Isle of Dogs.

40
Report from Ratcliffe
Sketches from Life in Falstaff-yard 43
Our Amy; or, the Adopted Child 65
Seed Sown by the Wayside.—Old

Ford Mission...
Notes of the Ball's Pond Mission 71
Counting Up our Mercies

73
Letter from Victoria Docks....... 74
Dudley-street Working Women's
Home...

76
Heads for United Prayer, May, 1872 77
A Pastoral Address to our Lady

Superintendents, by the Rev.
Canon Thorold

97
Two Letters from the Queen 103
Thanksgiving-day, 27th February,
1872

105
Patient in Tribulation

111
Qualifications of a true Bible.

129
The Sister Workers Bow-
common

PAGE
The Use of Stick Charcoal

234
Our Irish Mothers and Nosegay... 234
History of a Bible-Mission Quilt... 257
Contest for Souls

260
The Niece of the Dairyman's
Daughter

263
Fathers' Classes, Westminster

264
The Eleventh Hour

268
Faces set towards Heaven

270
A Letter to the Million

270
A Hint from our Friend, G. M. E. 272
Leaves from Journals

289
Dead and Gone.........

289
The Sudden Farewell

290
The Lad Reclaimed

291
“ Them words that did it”

291
A Pleasant Reverse

293
The Old Man's Journey

293
Good News from Brentford

295
Where our Nurses Go
Financial Report for 1872

130
From a Superintendent long laid
aside

132
Pioneers' Reports :-“ Better'n

getting drunk, Daddy ?" the
Bible Club; the Mites of Sym-
pathy

136
The Bible only in Mothers' Meet-
ings

138
United Prayer and Thanksgiving-

Meetings in May, 1872, concern.
ing Christendom, Israel, and
the Heathen and Mohammedan
nations

139
Our Bible-women Nurses............

161
Westminster Horseferry - road
Mission

165
Visits in Somers'-town ................

169
Petticoat-lane Mission

172
Notes of a Nurse Pioneer............ 193
A Report from the Medical Lady,

Superintendent of our Nurses... 195
Sympathy in Shoreditch ....... 199, 333
Watching for Souls

202
Our Blind Bible-woman

205
Built
upon
the Rock

225
Saved from Drink......................

228
The Text-roll...

230
The Paralyzed Man and Text-quilt 232

321
How to Teach the Poor to Help
Themselves

321
The Shilling in the Mud, and
God's Deliverance...

325
“ Friends of the Friendless and
the Faint"

327
The Priest and the Bible-woman
Nurse.

329
Gravel-lane District

331
“We praise thee, O God”

335
The Spread of the Bible from the

14th to the 19th Century......... 343
Our Dormitory Funds ..

349
Biblework in Caledonian-road and
Somers'-town..........

374
Old Boots and Shoes.--St. Giles's,
No. 1.

377
Contrasts

379
Cases for Help

381
A Pioneer's Review of the Year ... 382
More Bibles Sold than Last Year. 367
Division of Labour

381
The Courts where every one has a
Bible

370
The Bible-women Nurses.--Annual

Accounts of.-Four Months

Visits with a Bible-woman Nurse 385
Sunshine in Dark Places

388
Our Dormitory Houses. — Annual

Accounts of.-Training-Homes

for Servants of All-work . 394
Reports from the Matrons' Work-
Club at Parker-street

397
Disappointment

400
Letter from Mr. Moon................ 402
Prayer for Jamaica...

................ 402

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THE “Missing Link Magazine,” under another title—THE BOOK AND

ITS MISSIONS—commenced its existence in the remarkable year of 1856. Its first article in January concerned Constantinople, and on the 21st of February in that year, after the conclusion of the Crimean War, the Sultan of Turkey actually proclaimed a Firman in his capital city, through his Grand Vizier, before all the assembled dignitaries of his empire—which announced a freedom unknown in the land of the False Prophet since the hour that linked together the power of the Koran and the sword ;- for it established absolute equality between all his subjects, as to civil privilege, of whatever religion they might be.

Every sentence of this Firman was, in fact, a revolution. It admitted foreigners to settle and trade, it banished from public documents all epithets implying inferiority on the part of Christians. All persons, of whatever race or religion who could pass certain prescribed examinations, were to be admitted according to their capacities into the public service, civil and

VOL. VIII.NO. 1.

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