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THE
MISSIONARY

HERALD

EW YORK
PUBLIC LIBRARY

Vol. XCIV

DECEMBER, 1898

ASTANUM & ANDO
TILREN FOUNDATID

505

CONTENTS
Editorial Paragraphs ...

485

WESTERN Turkey Mission. From

Dr. Tracy....
The New Rooms of the American CENTRAL TURKEY MISSION. From

Board. (With One Illustration.). .......... 492 Mr. Sanders and President Fuller... 507
China's Dowager Empress and Em-

Madura Mission. -- From Mr.Vaughan, 509
peror. By Rev. J. E.Walker, of Shao-wu, 494

FOUCHOW MISSION. From Mr. Hub-
bard....

510
Educational Reform in China. By Ed-
ward R. Wagner, M.D., Lin Ching,

NORTH CHINA Mission.-From Mr. C.
North China...
495 E. Ewing and Mr. Sprague...

511
Bardezag, Western Turkey. By Miss Notes from the Wide Field...
Sophia Newnham......

497

Africa : Livingstonia.- North American

513

Indians : The Kitkahtlas.--Samoa.
Greek Work in the Cesarea District
of Turkey. By Rev. H. K. Wingate, of

Miscellany. Bibliographical..

516
(esimea...

502
Notes for the Month..

519
Letters from the Missions...... 504 Donations..

520
WEST CENTRAL AFRICAN MISSION.
From Mr. Read.......
For Young People.....

525
504

A Christian Grave-tender in China. By
Zulu Mission. From Mr. Bunker and

Rev. E. E. Aiken, of Tientsin. (With
Mr. Ransom,

505 Three Illustrations.)

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