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the English. Swarız proceeds to Tanjore. His introduction to the Rajah. His character. Conversation at this interview. Swartz returns to Trichinopoly. His second visit to the Rajah with Colonel Wood. Preaches to the natives on the glacis, and in the Fort. The Rajah wishes to converse with him, but is prevented by his Ministers. Swartz's message to the King, and his reply. He returns to Trichinopoly. Mr. Chambers leaves that city. First letters of Swartz to that gentleman. Conversations with the natives, and with the Nabob's son. Attendance on sick Europeans. Visit from two Mohammedans, and conversation respecting Mohammed. Letter from Mr. Chambers to his brother on a translation of the New Testament into Persian. Conversation with a sick soldier, and with natives, heathen and Mohammedan. Reflections of Swartz at the close of the year 1769..
Missionary. His death. Mr. Pohle sent from Tranquebar to supply his place. Frequent visits of Swarız to Tanjore. Letter to Professor Freylinghausen. Rajah of Tanjore. At his request Swartz learns the Mahraita language. Translates his Tamul Dialogue for the Rajah's use. Account of that tract. State of the Mission at the close of the year 1777....
Tanjore, the future residence of Mr. Swartz. His Report of the Mission for the year 1778. Letters to friends. History of a young Hindoo convert. Major Stevens Foundation of a Church at Tanjore. Mr. Swarız called by the Governor to Madras. His mission to Hyder Ali. Account of his journey to Seringapatan. Reception by Hyder. His Palace and Governinent. Swartz's occupations during his stay. His last interview with Hyder. His return to Madras. His disinterestedness as to remuneration. He obtains a salary for Mr. Pohle, and assistance towards building his Church at Tanjore. Reflections on his Einbassy to Hyder..
CHAPTER VII. A. D. 1770 TO A. D. 1771.
Mr. Swartz's general occupations during the year 1770. - Conversion of a Pandaram. Journey to Madras and Cuddalore. Letters to Mr. Chambers. Devotional service with English soldiers at Trichinopoly. Further Letiers to Mr. Chambers. Visit to Tanjore. Extracts from his journal of conversations with natives. Return to Trichinopoly. Swartz visiis the great mosque, and addresses the Mohammedans. Letter to Dr. Knapp, with a sketch of the proceedings of the year. Exciteinent nf the Roman Catholics in Tanjore. His enxiely for a colleague....
A. D. 1771 TO A. D. 1772. Letter to Mr. Chambers at the commencement of the year 1771. The convert Nyanapracasam, Progress of the mission. Death or iwo pious English soldiers. Residence at Trichinopoly. Letters to Mr. Chambers. Attack by the Nabob and the English on Tanjore. Peace restored. Swartz allusion to these
Violence of the Roman Catholics against Nyanapracasam. The conduct of Mr. Swartz upon this occasion. His preservation from an explosion of the powder magazine in the fort. His reflections on the event. Conversion of Satrianaden, and of a very aged man. Visit to Tanjore. Interview with the Rajah. Performs the marriage ceremony in the palace. Account of this, and of the Rajah. Letters to Mr. Chambers respecting one of his former servants, a convert to Christianity. Swartz declines an invitation from the Rajab for a political object....
CHAPTER XII. A. D. 1783 TO A. D. 1784.
Death of Hyder Ali. Continuation of the war by Tippoo Sultan. Return to Madras, and death of Sir Eyre Coote. Successes of Colonel Fullarion in Southern India. Negotiation
Lord Macartney requests. Mr. Swarız to join the Commissioners at Seringapatam. He consents, and sets out on the journey. Letters to Mr. Sullivan. Meets Colonel Fullarton and his ariny. He is stopped by Tippoo's officers, al Sattimungalum. Returns to Tanjore. Declines attempting a second journey. Peace concluded with Tippoo. Letters to several friends on the preceding events. Journey with Mr. Sullivan to Ramanad. Plan
of the provincial schools. Journey, on account 52 of his health, to the coast, Letter to Mr. Sulli
van, and Mr. Duffin .....
He is sanctioned by the Society.
A. D. 1792 TO A. D. 1793,
91 The Widows and Sersojee, accompanied by
Mr. Swarız, are removed to that Presidency.
Proceedings commenced for a renewed inves-
tigation of Seriojee's adoption. Administra-
tion of Tanjore revenue restored 10 Ameer
Sing. Swarız visits Mr. Gericke at Vepery.
Their mutual testimony. Account of lhe Col-
laries. Mr. Janicke and Satrianaden at Pa-
lamcotta. Letters to friends. Character of
Sersojee. Swariz and Gericke's endeavors to
instruct him. Mr. Pæzold's account of Swarız.
Mr. Rotuler's. Swarız at Negapatam. Leiter
to Serfojee. Death and Character of Mr.
Chambers. Letter of Swartz to his widow.
Return of Mr. Swartz to Tanjore. Letter 10
A. D. 1793 TO A. D. 1796.
of Mr. Pæzold. Report to the Society for the
year 1795. Letter to a friend....
A. D. 1796 TO A. D. 1797.
Revival of the discussion respecting the va-
lidity of Serfojee's adoption, and his title to
A. D. 1797 TO A. D. 1798.
Closing period of Mr. Swartz's life. Letters
to Mrs. Chambers, and to the Society for pro-
ence of Celibacy for a Missionary. Reflections
on his opinion. Testimony of Mr. John of
Renewal of the war with Tippoo. Or intelligence of his dangerous illness. Details
State of the missions for some years after the
death of Swartz. Labors and success of Messrs.
Jenicke and Gericke in the South of the Pe-
ninsula. Death and Character of those Mis-
sionaries. The Rev. Mr. Horst. Ordination
of four Catechists. Exertions and writings of
Dr. Buchanan for the promotion of Christiani.
ty in India. Ecclesiastical Establishment for
British India. Beneficial effects of it. Bill for
the addition of two Suffragan Bishops, and for
rendering Christian converts eligible to all situ-
ations and employments. Progress of the gos-
pel in Tinnevelly. Testimonies of Bishops
Middleton and Heber, and of the Rev. Mr.
Hough. Reflections on the numbers of the
converts to Christianity, and on the duty and
the means of promoting their increase. The
importance, in this view, of Swartz's example,