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In our humble way, we propose, in the pages of the American Quarterly Register, to aid this great cause. Something has been already accomplished; but more inviting fields lie before us, into which we have hardly entered.

Many things in relation to the United States yet remain unattempted or incomplete. We hope, in the next volume, to enrich our pages with an alphabetical catalogue of all the college graduates out of New England. Important medical and legal statistics are in a course of preparation. Greater and greater accuracy and fullness will be attained in our ecclesiastical researches. The investigation of one branch frequently throws unexpected light on another, or suggests new topics of inquiry. We have recently received from our correspondents in Great Britain important reports and documents concerning the various seminaries of the Dissenters -as well as the ancient universities. We shall make use of some of these papers in our next volume. Elaborate papers relating to most of the continental nations will be supplied by the Rev. Robert Baird. The religious and educational statistics of some of these nations are but little known even in Europe.

In the mean time we shall not forget one great object of this publication -the promotion of ministerial education—the raising up, with the blessing of Heaven, a numerous, learned and holy ministry, until all the waste places of the earth shall become like the garden of the Lord.

Boston, April 30, 1838.

IND E X

TO THE PRINCIPAL MATTERS CONTAINED IN

VOL. X.

Page.

Page.
Abercrombie, Rev. Robert,
392 Belchertown, Brainerd church in,

386
Academical department of Cincinnati College, 109 Berlin, Church in,.

52
Account of Massachusetts Historical Society, 166 Bernardston, Account of,

266
Founders-objects,
168 Bible, Miles Coverdale's, notice of,

77
Collections-circular letter,
170 Billings, Rev. Edward,

406
Donation of a room,
171 Biography of the first Pres. Wheelock,

9
Act of incorporation,

172
Sir Matthew Hale,

113
Present building, portrait, library, etc. 173

Mr. Osgood Johnson,

151
Gov. Winthrop, Bradford, Harris,

174
Rev. Samuel Gile, D. D.,

217
Indian languages, funds,

175
Rev. Asa Burion, D, D., •

321
Literary labors of members,
Blandford, Church in,

386
Account of New Hampshire Historical Society, 229 Book trade between England and France, 75
Origin,
229 | Boies, Rev. A.,

395
Act of incorporation,
233 Bolton, Church in,

52
Objects of the society,

231 Bouton's Address on Temporal Prosperity, 70
Results,

237

Vindication of Christian ministers, 158
Officers and members,

239

Account of New Hampshire Hist. Soc. 229
Adams, Rev. Charles's report,
420 Bowen's American Almanac,

182
Address, Haven's Historical,
67 | Boylston, Notice of,

53
Durfee's Centennial,
68 Brewer, Rev. Daniel,

398
Bouton's, before Concord Temp. Soc. 70 Brimfield, Account of,

266, 406
Rawle's, at La Fayette College,
70 British Possessions in North America,

75
Green's, at interment of Rob'e Ralston, 72 British Universities, History of,

178
Jones's, at the anniversary of Theol. Brookfield, History of,

53
Sem. Columbia,
132 Buckland, Situation of,

267
Read's Inaugural,
283 Bull, Rev. Nehemiah,

401
American Almanac, notice of,
182 Burton, Rev. Asa, D.'D., Memoir of,

321
American Ed. Soc., Journal of, 81, 185, 289, 409 Conversion,

322
Abstract of 21st Report of, .

87 Licensure and settlement in the ministry, 324
Reports of Agents,
106, 206, 316, 220 Labors and their results,

225
Funds,

101, 214, 318, 122 Character as a theologian, preacher, etc., 328
Quarterly meeting,

Published his Essays,

329
Pecuniary wants and prospects of, 210

Domestic history, .

333
Donations,

318
Pecuniary concerns,

331
Agents,

420
Public labors,

336
Amherst, Church in,

265, 405
Annual receipts of various societies,
78 Cabotsville, Church in,

398
Appeal of Dr. Scudder, .
81 Candidates for the ministry,

417
Appropriate superscription,
183 Canning, Rev. Josiah W.

387
Ashburnham, Statistics of,
51 Central Am. Ed. Soc., 19th Report of,

95
Ashley, Rev. Joseph,

399 Chapin, Dr., Sermon before Trustees of Colum-
Ashfield church,
385 bian College,

69
Athol, Church in,
51 Charlton, Church in,

54
Atwater, Rev. Noah,
402 Chester, Church in,

386
Chesterfield, Church in,

267, 406
Badger, Rev. Joseph,

395 Children, Deaths of under five years of age, 63
Bailey, Rev. W.,
393 Chronology of cotton,

277
Ballantine, Rev. John, :

401 Church, Rev. John H., D, D., Hist. of Gen. As-
Barnstable County Auxiliary,
201 sociation of New Hampshiro,

249
Baldwin, Rev. Moses,

392 First meeting of convention, July 28, 1747, 249
Barre, Church in,
51 Piscataqua Association, 1781,

249
Bascom, Rev. Aaron,

386
Convention reorganized in 1833, .

250
Bates, Rev. Lemuel P.

404

First meeting of Gen. Asso. Concord,
Belchertown, Account of,

386
June 8, 1809,

250

205, 128

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ference,

269, 406

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63

Page. Fundamental principles, 251 Frankfort on the Oder,

361 Third, fourth and fitth meetings,

251

Freeman, Rev. Charles, History of Maine Con-
Meetings attended with revivals of religion,251

159
Other favorable results,
252 Freiburg, in Germany, :

358 Meetings to promote the sanctification of Sabbath, 253 Gardner, Ecclesiastical Statistics of,

56 Cause of temperance,

253

German Universities, Baird's History of, 341 Baptized children, 254 Gile, Rev. Samuel, D. D., Memoir of,

287 Benevolent objects generally,

255 Goodrich, Rev. Dr.'s History of revivals in Places of the annual meetings, modera

Yale College, :

289 tors, etc., 257 Goshen, History of church in,

269 List of ministers now connected, 258 Grafton, Account of ministers of,

57 Churches and ministers in Worcester Co. Ms., 47, 126 Granby, Account of churches in,

269, 406 Churches and ministers in Hampshire do. 260, 378 Granville, do. do. Cincinnati College, 109 Greenfield, Churches in,

270 Circulation of London newspapers,

76 Green, Rev. Ashbel, D. 'D., his Address noticed, 72 Clinton, Rev. Isaac, 396 Greifswalde University, History of,

358 Colerain, Church in, 267 Greenwich, Church in,

387 Coles, Rev. George, Lectures noticed, 70 Griswold, Rev. Sylvanus,

404 College, Maynooth, noticed,

76 Collego, Highbury, 204 Hackney Theological Seminary,

204 College, Homerton,

409 Hadduck, Prof. Č. B., Report of New HampCologne, University of, 352 shire Br. Am. Ed. Soc.,

194 Colton, Rev. Simeon, 372 Hadduck's Essay on good Habits of Reading,

222 Connecticut Branch Am. Ed. Soc., 1lth Report, 163 Hadley, Ecclesiastical Statistics of,

270, 406 Cotton, chronology of,

277 Hampshire Co., Churches and ministers in, 260, 378 Cotton, Rev. John, memoir of,

245 Hardwick, Churches in, Coverdale's Bible,

77 Hatfield, First settlement of, and churches in, 272 Cummington, History of, 267, 406 Hale, Sir Matthew, Life of,

113 Hale, Rev. Enoch,

402 Dana, Church in, 55 Hale, Rev. John, Memoir of,

247 Dartmouth College, Establishinent of,

20 Harvard College, Statistics of, Deaths of children under five years of age,

Haven's Historical Discourse at Dedhamn, 67 Deaths Quarterly lists of ministers, 79, 183, 288, 409 Hawley, Statistics of,

388 Jerlham, Haven's Historical Address in, 67 Haynes, Rev. John, Memoir of,

243 Deerfield, History of the church in, 268, 406 Heath, Account of ministers in,

273 Dickinson's Inaugural Address, extracts from, 412 Hidden, Rev. Samuel, Notice of,

66 Difficulties of the ministry,

219 Highbury Coilege, Extracts from Report of, 204 Divine economy in raising up great men, 69 History of Washington College, Va,

195 Donations to Am. Ed. Soc., 110, 214, 318, 422

Do. General Conference of Maine,

59 Douglass. Church in, 55 Do. Mass. Hist. Soc.,

166 Duilley, Ecclesiastical history of,

55
Do. British Universities,

178 Durfee, Rev. Calvin's Centennial Discourse, 68

Do.

Theological Seminary at Princeton, 31 Do. New Hampshire Hist. Soc., :

240 East Hampton, Origin of the church in,

269 Hitchcock, Rev. Calvin, on the Difficulties of Ecclesiastical Statistics of Harvard College, 39 the Ministry,

219 Do. do. Worcester Co. Ms., 47, 126 Holden, Church in,

58 Do do. Hampshire Co. Ms., 260, 359 Holmes, Dr., his American Annals,

176 Education, Common schools in the State of

Holland, Church in,

388 New York, 282 Homerton College, Řeport of,

409 Education Societies, Appeal in behalf of, 81 | Hooker, Rev. John,

390 Edwards, Rev. Jonathan, Notice of, 390 Hopkins, Rev. Samuel,

403 Eliot, Rev. John, Memoir of, 243 Hopkins, Rev. Samuel, D. D.,

270 Eliot, Rev. Joseph, Notice of, 389 Hubbard, Rev. John,

391 Emerson, Rev. Joseph, Life of,

107, 219 Hubbardston, Churches in, Emerson, Rev. John, Life of,

267 Encouragement of good habits in reading, 222 Importance of an able ministry,

412 Early want of good habits, 223 Ingolstadt, History of University of,

351 Young men preparing for the ministry, 223 Installations, etc., Quarterly list of, 73, 183, 287, 407 Miscellaneous reading never to be a pri- Irvingsville church,

392 nary object of attention,

224 The student should be encouraged to Jenks, Rev. W., D. D., Aist. of Mass. Hist. Soc., 166 read much, 224 Journal of Am. Ed. Soc.,

81, 185, 289, 409 I'wo bad consequences of neglecting to read, 225 Keep, Rev. John,

386 Original authors in general the best, 225 Kimball, Rev. David T.; Report of,

198 Moral principles in writers to be spe- Knapp, Rev. Isaac,

402 cially regarded,

226
The student should read for some defi- Lancaster, Church in,

59
nite end,
226 Language, English,

77 Enfield, Cong. Chh.in, . 387 Lathrop, Rev. Joseph, D. D.

403 English tongue, Difficulties in pronunciation of, 76, 77 Leicester, Churches in,

80 England and France, Comparison of book- Leipzig, History of the University of,

353 trade in, 75 Leominster, Churches in,

61 English Universities, 353 Letter of Rev. J. Wolff,

79 Erving, Church in, 387 | Letiers, Extracts from recent,

421 Essex North Education Society, 198 Leverett, Church in,

273 European States, Statistical view of, 276 | Leyden, in Franklin county,

388 Librarins, Public. View of,

72 Farmer, John, his Ecclesiastical Statistics of Lindsley's Speech in behalf of the University Harvard College, 39 of Nashville,

283 Memoirs of Graduates of do.

291 Lincoln, Allen's Student's Account Book, 182 Ferguson, Rev. John,

182 409 | Lincoln, William's History of Worcester, Fitchburg, Church in, . 55 Literary Statistics,

78 Forward, Rev. "10018,

386 List, Complete, of Congregational Ministers Fowler, R

58

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392 in Worcester county,

47, 126

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List, Complete, of Congregational Ministers

Drs. Spring's and Hopkins's Sermons in Hampshire county,

260, 378
on the death of Dr. Griffin,

285 London Papers, Circulation of,

76
Pitman's Historical Discourse,

287 London City Mission, 77 New York State Common Schools,

282 London, Transactions of Statistical Society of, 281 New Salem, Church in,

388 Longmeadow, Ministers and Churches in, 273, 406 Newspapers, Parisian,

277 Lord, Rev. Henry, Death of, 405 | Noble, Rev. Seth,

388 Ludlow, Account of the Cong. churches in, 274, 407 North Western Branch Am. Education Society, 198 Lunenburgh, do. do. do. 62 North America, British Possessions in,

75 Northborough, Churches in,

133 Maine Branch American Education Society, 105, 193 Northbridge, do.

133 Maine, History of General Conference in, 159 North Brookfield, do.

134 Maine as a Field for Religious Enterprise, 185 Norfolk Auxiliary Education Society,

203 Massachusetts Historical Society, 106 Northfield, Churches in,

391 Massachusetts School Returns, 281 Notes on Worcester County,

51, 131 Mather, Rev. Eleazar,

389
Do. Old Hampshire do.,

264, 385 Maynooth College, Notice of,

76 Northampton, Ecclesiastical History of, 389 McCrie, Rev. Dr., Notice of, 75 Norwich, Ms., Church in,

391 MeKeen's Discourse on the Country,

70 Notices of New Publications,

65, 181, 278 Memoirs of Ministers educated at Harvard, 241 Noyes, Rev. Thomas's Statistics of Churches Mentz, History of University of,

369

in Worcester county, Merrick, Rev. Noah,

404 Middlefield, Church in, 274 Oakham, Church in,

134 Michigan Branch Am. Education Society, 314, 315 Old Co. of Hampshire, Siatistics of chhs. in, 260, 378 Miles Coverdale's Bible, 77 Orange, Ms., Churches in,

392 Ministers and Churches'in Worcester county, 47, 126 Ordinations, Installations, eic., Quarterly Do. do. Old Hamçshire county, 260, 378

Lists of,

79, 183, 287, 407 Ministers, Christian, Vindication of, 158 Osgood, Rev. Samuel, p. 'D.,

398 Do. Memoirs of, 241 Oxford,'Ms., Ecclesiastical Statistics of

, 135 Do. Multiplication of, 83 Oxford University, Early History of,

187 Ministry, Holiness of,

205 Do. Difficulties of,

218 Palmer, Ms, Account of Cong. Church in, 392 Do. Importance of an able, 412 Paris Newspapers,

277 Candidates for, 417 Park, Rev. H. G.'s Sermon noticed,"

278 Miscellanies, 75 Paxton, Ms, Church in,

135 Moor's Charity School, Origin of,

18 Pearl, Rev. Cyril's Essay on the religious state Monson, History of Church in,

274
of Maine,

185 Monroe, Account of,

388 Pecuniary Prospects of Am. Education Society, 210 Montague, Ecclesiastical Statistics of, 388 Pelham, Ms., Statistics of,

392 Montgomery, town in Hampden county, 388 Penney, Rev. Joseph, D.D., :

390 Munsell, Rev. Jabez, 387 | Petersham, Churches in,

136 Petitions, Number of to Parliament,

76 Narrative of Revivals of Religion in Yale Philadelphia Education Society, Report of, . 78 College, 289 Phillipston, Churches in,

136 Nash, Rev. Ansel's Reports, 106, 316, 420 Pitman's Historical Discourse,

287 New Braintree, Church in, 133 Pomeroy, Rev. J. L.,

405 New Hampshire Branch Am. Ed. Society, 195 Porter, Rev. Experience,

406 New Hampshire Historical Soc'y, History of, 229 Porter, Rev. Nehemiah,'.

385 New Hampshire Gen, Association, do. 290 Prague, History of University of,

345 New Publications, 63, 181, 278 Pratt, Ephraim, great age of,

394 Price's Funeral Discourse for Dr. Wood, 65 Prescott taken from Pelham,

393 Rev. Samuel Hidden,

66 Princeton Theological Seminary, History of, 31 Haven's Historical Address, 67 First action in General Assembly,

32 Durfee's Historical Sermon, 68 Action of the Presbyteries,

33 Thirteenth Report Am. S. 8. Union, 68 Plan adopted in the General Assembly, 34 Twenty-third Report Am. Tract Soc'y, 68

Location and opening of the Institution, 35
Eleventh Report Am. Home Miss. Soc’y, 69 Rules respecting the election of professors, 36
Cbapin's Funeral
Discourse for Rice, 69 Course of study, library,

38
McKeen, Silas's Discourse,
70 Princeton, Ms. churches in,

136 Bouton's Temperance Discourse, 70 Public Libraries, Article on, .

72 Coles's Antidote to lofidelity, 70 | Publications, New, noticed,

65, 181, 278 Rawle's Address, 70 Pynchon, John,

397 Fessenden's 'Terrible Tractoration, 71 Marion College Addresses, 71 Rand, Rev. William,

399 Trask's Farewell Discourse, 71 Rawle's Address noticed,

70 Chapin, H. B.'s Sermon, 72 Rawson, Rev. Grindall,

395 Green, Dr.'s Funeral Discourse for Ralston, 72 Read, Daniel's Inaugural Address noticed,

283 Public Libraries, 72 Reed, Rev. A. B.

400 Collections N. H. Historical Society, 181 Report, 13th, Am. Ed. Soc. Lincolo's History of Worcester, 182 Report, American Tract Soc., Boston,

68 Lincoln's Student's Account, 182 Report, American Home Miss. Soc.

69 Jones, C. C.'s Address, 182 Revelation, Character of,

76 American Almanac, 182 Rhode Island Auxiliary Ed. Soc. :

203 Park, H. G.'s Funeral Discourse for Rice, Rev. Luther, Notice of,

69 Mr. and Mrs. Cowles, 278 Riddel, Rev. S. H. Report of,

207 Todd's Sermon on Congregationalism, 280 Rostock, History of University of,

357 Massachusetts School Returns, 281 Royalston, Ms., Church in,

137 Statistical Society of London, Trans- Rowe, History of the town,

394 sactions of, 281 Russell, Church in,

394 Common Schools in New York, 282 | Russell, Rev. Samuel,

391 Lindsley, Pres.'s Speech, 283 Rutland, Ms., Church in,

137 Read, Prof.

D.'s Inaugural Address, 283
St. Mary's Hall School,
284 Sanderson, Rev. Alvan,

385 Tyng's Sermon before Sund. S. Union, 284 Scudder, Dr. John's Appeal,

81 Stone, T. T.'s Missionary Sermon, 284 Sermons, written, Origin of,

76 Apostolical Fathers, 285 Shelburne, Account of,

395

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68, 87

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Sherwin, Rev. Jacob,

385
Washington's endowment,

149
Shepard, Rev. Thomas, Jr., memoir of,

385
Present condition,

150
Shrewsbury, Churches in,
138 Webster, Sketch of,

132
Shutesbury, History of the Church in,
335 Westborough, do,

143
Smith, Rev. Jedediab,
269, 406 Westfield, Ecclesiastical history of,

402
Smith, Nathaniel, Esq., •
399 West Springfield,

402
Societies, Benevolent, Annual Receipts of, 78 Ireland parish,

402
South Middlesex Aux. Ed. Soc.,
202 West Boylston, History of,

143
Southborough, Churches in,
138 Westminster church,

143
Southbridge, Statistics of,

139 Western Ed. Soc., N. Y.,
South Hadley, Cong. Church in,
395 Western Reserve Branch,

311
Southampton Church, Early origin of,
396 Whately, Notice of,

404
Southwick, Church in,

396 Wheelock, Rev. Eleazar, D. D., Memoir of, 9
Spencer, Church in,
139 Characteristics of his preaching,

10
Spencer, Rev. I. s.,

390
Journal,

12
Spring, Rev. Dr.'s Sermon on Dr. Griffin, 285 Persecution,

17
Springfield, Early History of,.

397
Origin of Moor's school,

18
Statistics, Literary,

76

Establishment of Dartmouth College, 20
Statistics, Ecclesiastical,

269, 378 Lord Dartmouth, Gov. Wentworth,
Statistical view of all the European States, 276

Pres. W.'s removal to Hanover,

22
St. Mary's Hall Seminary,

281
First commencement,

23
Society, -tatistical, of London,

281

Death of Pres. W.,
Sterling, Church in,

139
Religious views,

25
Storrs, Rev. R. S., D. D.,
274, 407 Pecuniary matters,

26
Stoddard, Rev. Solomon,

390
Efforts for the Indians,

27
Stone, Rev. T. T.'s Sermon,
284 Prominent traits of character,

28
Sturbridge, Church in,
140 Whiting, Rev. Francis, .

387
Sunderland, Church in,
399 Whiting, Rev. John, Memoir of,

248
Sutton, Ecclesiastical Statistics of,
140 Wilbraham, Notice of,

404
Symmes, Rev. Zechariah, Memoir of,
244 Willard, Rev. Josiah,

399
Williams, Rev. Solomon,

390
Tappan, Dr.'s Report before the Maine Br., . 193 Williamsburg, Account of,

405
Taunton and Vicinity Auxiliary,
202 Williston, Rev. David H.,

399
Taylor, Rev. Edward, Ordination of,
401 Winchendon, Notice of,

144
Taylor, Rev. James,
399 Windsor County Aux. Ed. Soc., Vt.,

203
Temporal Prosperity, Bouton's Address on, 70 Wittenberg University,

361
Templeton, Notice of church in,
141 Wood, Rev. Samuel, Ø. D., Notice of,

65
Terrible Tractoration, Notice of,

71 Woodbridge, Rev. John, of South Hadley, 403
Todd's Sermon on Congregationalism,
280 Wolff, Rev. Joseplı, Letter of,

79
Todd, Rev. J., settleinent in Northampton, 391 Worcester, notice, Lincoln's History of town of, 144
Tolland, Church in,
399 Worcester county, Statistics of,

47
Tübingen University,

360

Notes on Ashburnham, Athol, Barre, 51
Tucker, Rev. Mark, Þ. D.

390
Berlin, Bolton,

52
Tuttle, Rev. Moses,

406
Boylston, Brookfield,

53
Tyng's Sermon on Reading and Piety,

284
Charlton,

54

Dana, Douglass, Dudley, Fitch-
University of Ohio, Notice of,

283

burg,

55
Universities, History of the British,

178
Gardner,

56
Universities, Concise history of the German, 341

Hardwick, Harvard,

57
First period down to the Reformation, 344

Holden,

58
Prague, ·

345

Hubbardston, Lancaster, 59
Vienna,

349
Leicester,

60
Heidelberg,

350
Leominster,

61
Cologne,

352
Lunenburg,

62
Erfurt,

352 Worcester South, Worcester North Aux., 202
Leipzig,
353 Worthington, Notice of,

405
Rostock,

357
Freiburg, Greifswalde,

358 Yale College, Narrative of revivals of religion, 289
Ingolstadt,

359 Revivals of 1740, 1741, ,
Tübingen, Mentz,

360
Experience of Dr. Hopkins,

291
Wittenberg, Frankfort on the Oder, 361

Revivals of 1757 and 1783,

293
Upton, Uxbridge, Churches in,

141
Dr. Stiles, Pres. Dwight,

294
Revival of 1802, Jeremiah Evarts,

295
Wales, Ecclesiastical history of,

399

of 1808, Dr. Dwight's efforts, 297
Ware, Churches in,

399
of 1812–13, Cornelius,

300
Ward, Account of,

142

of 1815, reading of a tract, 301
Warren, do.,

142
of 1820, William Nevins,

303
Warwick, Churches in,

400
of 1825,

305
Washington College, Va., History of,

145
of 1827, 1830–1,

307
Augusta School,
146

310
Liberty Hall Academy,

148

290

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of 1835,

ERRATA.
Page 131, eight lines from the bottom, read Mr. Cushman was ordained as an evangelist, not as the
pastor.

Pages 128 and 141, for Fisk read Fish.
Pages 127 and 131, for Fobes read Forbes.
Page 130, for Eber Clarke read Eber L. Clark.
Page 392, Mr. Emerson Foster was never a preacher at Charlestown, but his brother, Dan.

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