The Letters of the Rev. Henry Martyn

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Seeley, Burnside, and Seeley, 1844 - Missionaries - 418 pages
 

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Contents

TO MRS HITCHINS Union August 10 1805
29
Cork Harb Aug 19 1805
35
TO THE REV J SARGENT Union in Table Bay Cape of Good Hope Jan
38
TO THE REW C SIMEON Union Table Bay Jan 7 1806
40
TO MISS L GRENFELL Serampore July 30 1806
44
Serampore Sept 1 1806
51
TO THE REV J SARGENT September 14 1806
56
XXVI
59
XXVIII
65
April 1807
102
June 1 1807
119
Dimapore July 13 1807
131
LETTER Page LXW TO MISS L GRENFELL Dinapore Oct 24 1807
146
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore Nov 10 1807
152
Dinapore Nov 26 1807
154
Dinapore Dec 4 1807
156
January 1808
158
TO THE REV D CORRIE January 4 1808
159
TO THE ASSOCIATED CLERGY Dinapore Jan 7 1808
161
TO MRS Y Dimapore Jan 8 1808
166
TO THE REV D CORRIE January 11 1808
168
January 18 1808
169
January 25 1808
171
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore Jan 30 1808
173
TO THE REV D CORRIE February 8 1808
175
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore Feb 12 1808
177
TO THE REV D CORRIE February 22 1808
179
February 29 1808
181
March 7 1808
184
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore March 13 1808
186
TO THE REV D CORRIE March 14 1808
188
March 28 1808
189
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore March 31 1808
192
TO THE REV D CORRIE April 11 1808
197
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore April 13 1808
199
TO THE REV D CORRIE April 18
200
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore April 26 1808
202
TO A FRIEND AT CAM Dinapore Bahar April BRIDGE 26 1808
205
TO THE REV D CORRIE May 2 1808
209
May 9 1808
211
May 23 1808
212
May 30 1808
214
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore May 31 1808
215
TO THE REV D CORRIE June 6 1808
216
TO THE REW D BROWN Dinapore June 21 1808
217
TO THE REV D CORRIE Bankipore June 23 1808
218
June 26 1808
219
June 27 1808
221
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore July 2 1808
223
TO THE REV D CORRIE July 4 1808
225
LETTER PAGE CIII TO THE REV D CORRIE July 11 1808
227
July 18 1808
229
August 1 1808
231
August 8 1808
232
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore Aug 9 1808
233
TO THE REV D CORRIE August 15 1808
234
August 22 1808
236
TO THE REV D BROWN Dimapore Aug 23 1808
238
TO HIS SISTER October 1808
239
TO THE REV D CORRIE October 24 1808
241
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore Oct 31 1808
242
Dinapore Nov 14 1808
244
TO THE REV D CORRIE December 31 1808
246
January 10 1809
247
January 18 1809
248
January 30 1809
249
TO THE REV D BROWN Dinapore Feb 4 1809
250
TO THE REV D CORRIE February 13 1809
252
February 29 1809
253
Cawnpore May 22 1809
266
Cawnpore May 29 1809
267
Cawnpore June 5 1809
269
Cawnpore July 3 1809
270
Cawnpore July 10 1809
271
July 17 1809
272
July 25 1809
274
July 31 1809
276
TO THE REV C SIMEON Cawnpore August 1809
278
TO THE REW D BROWN Cawnpore Aug 26 1809
280
TO A FRIEND IN ENG LAND Cawnpore Aug 30 1809
281
TO THE REV D CORRIE Cawnpore Sept 4 1809
284
LETTER PAGE CXLII TO THE REV D CORRIE September 11 1809
285
September 18 1809
287
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore Sept 29 1809
289
TO THE REV D CORRIE Cawnpore Oct 9 1809
292
October 16 1809
293
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore Oct 17 1809
295
Cawnpore Oct 23 1809
296
TO THE REV D CORRIE October 30 1809
298
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore Nov 4 1809
299
Cawnpore Nov 14 1809
302
TO THE REV W CLARK CAMBRIDGE Dimapore Nov 1809
303
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore Dec 4 1809
305
TO THE REV D CORRIE December 11 1809
307
CLW January 1 1810
309
February 12 1810
311
February 26 1810
312
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore Morch 3 1810
313
TO THE REV D CORRIE March 5 1810
315
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore March 20 1810
317
TO MISS L GRENFELL Cawnpore March 30 1810
318
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore April 3 1810
320
Cawnpore April 16 1810
322
TO MISS L GRENFELL Cawnpore April 19 1810
323
TO THE REV D CORRIE May 1 1810
327
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore May 2 1810
328
Cawnpore May 14 1810
330
Cawnpore June 11 1810
334
Cawnpore Aug 13 1810
336
TO MISS R GRENFELL Cawnpore Aug 14 1810
337
TO MR G Cawnpore Aug 17 1810
340
TO THE REV D BROWN Cawnpore Aug 22 1810
342
Cawnpore Sept 8 1810
343
Cawnpore Sept 9 1810
345
Cawnpore Sept 17 1810
347
TO THE REW D CORRIE Allahabad Oct 3 1810
348
TO THE REV D CORRIE Aldeen Nov 1 1810
352
TO THE REW D BROWN Calcutta Jan 1 1811
353
LETTER PAGE CLXXX TO THE REV D CORRIE January 1 1811
354
TOMISS L GRENFELL At sea Coast of Malabar Feb 4 1811
356
TO THE REV D BROWN Goa Feb 8 1811
363
TO THE REV D CORRIE February 26 1811
366
Bombay March 26 1811
368
TOMISS L GRENFELL Muscat April 22 1811
369
TO THE REW D BROWN Muscat April 23 1811
372
TO THE REV D CORRIE Muscat April 24 1811
374
Shiraz June 24 1811
377
TOMISS L GRENFELL Shiraz June 23 1811
387
TO THE REV D BROWN Shiraz June 24 1811
392
TO MISS L GRENFELL Shiraz Sept 8 1811
396
TO THE REV D CORRIE Shiraz Sept 12 1811
399
TO MISS L GRENFELL Shiraz Oct 21 1811
403
TO THE REV D CORRIE Shiraz Dec 12 1811
406
TO THE REV C SIMEON Tebriz July 12 1812
410
TO MISS L GRENFELL Tebriz July 12 1812
412
TO THE REV C SIMEON Tebriz Aug 8 1812
414
TO MISS L GRENFELL Tebriz Aug 28 1812
415

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Page 390 - God : praying always with all prayer and supplication in the Spirit, and watching thereunto with all perseverance and supplication for all saints; and for me, that utterance may be given unto me, that I may open my mouth boldly, to make known the mystery of the gospel, for which I am an ambassador in bonds: that therein I may speak boldly, as I ought to speak.
Page 358 - I have seen all the works that are done under the sun; and behold, all is vanity and vexation of spirit. That which is crooked cannot be made straight: and that which is wanting cannot be numbered.
Page 32 - Rejoice not against me, O mine enemy: when I fall, I shall arise; when I sit in darkness, the Lord shall be a light unto me.
Page 358 - I sought in mine heart to give myself unto wine, yet acquainting mine heart with wisdom ; and to lay hold on folly, till I might see what was that good for the sons of men, which they should do under the heaven all the days of their life.
Page 134 - Christian religion, and the obligations it lays upon us, show what manner of persons we ought to be in all holy conversation and godliness, looking for and hastening unto the coming of the day of God.
Page 331 - But if any provide not for his own, and especially for those of his own house, he hath denied the faith, and is worse than an infidel.
Page 163 - I am very unwilling to feed his besetting sin, which appears to be vanity, As much of my time as was not employed for the Europeans has been devoted chiefly to translating the Epistles into Hindoostanee. This work is finished after a certain manner. But Sabat does not allow me to form a very high idea of the style in which it is executed. But if the work should fail, which however I am far from expecting, my labour will have been richly repaid by the profit and pleasure derived from considering the...
Page 52 - Thou, who art the God of hope, fill us with all joy and peace in believing, that we may abound in hope, through the power of the Holy Ghost.
Page 330 - Rise up, my love, my fair one, and come away. For, lo, the winter is past, The rain is over and gone; The flowers appear on the earth; The time of singing is come, And the voice of the turtle is heard in our land; The fig-tree putteth forth her green figs, And the vines in blossom give forth their fragrance.
Page 390 - I feel continual pity in my heart for them, and love them for their fathers' sake, and find a pleasure in praying for them. While speaking of the return of the Jews to Jerusalem, I observed that the ' Gospel of the kingdom must first be preached in all the world, and then shall the end come.

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