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tion of, 8, 117, 140; talks to, 99, Earnestness, moral, 119.
100, 139–142.

Economical expedients of D. C. S.,
Chinese faith, 253.

30, 31.
Christians, native, character of, 227, ! Electra of Sophocles, 53.
256.

Embarkation of missionaries, 161-
Christmas at Madura, 263.

163.
Classical studies, aptness of D. C. S. Energy of D. C. S., 144.
at, 16, 51.

Enthusiasm in face of obstacles, 217,
Coit, family name of D.C. S.'s moth- 222.

Essex Street, early home of D. C. S.
College-life, letter concerning, 323;

return to, 47; reluctance to end, 70. Examination as missionary, 227, 228,
College-mates, 27, 28; efforts in be- 273.

half of, by D. C. S., 44, 59, 60; Exhortation, direct, 91.

feeling for, 69, 70.
Como, Ill., visit to, 150.

Fair at Andipatti, 344.
Composition, difficulty of D. C. S.in, Faith in God, 326, 373, 394.
38, 52; new character of, 80.

Farm, at work on a, 19, 106.
Congregation, a Hindû, 190, 267, 280; Farmer-life, inclination of D. C. S.
additions to, 282.

for a, 14, 19, 34.
Congregational Church, division in, Farming in India, 352–354.

3; adaptation to missionary enter- Feast-day at Madura, 263.
prise, 139.

Figurative language of the Hindûs,
Conversation with D. C. S., 121, 122. 216.
Cook, petition of, 266.

Fishing in India, 238, 239.
Cromlechs, on the Pulneys, 358-361; Fisk, Rev. D. T., letter to, 246.

at Mânã Madura, 362; in Peria- Foster, John, 54, 104.

kulam, 363-366.
Crows in India, 194.

Gardeners, Hindû, 335.

Genius, D. C. S. a man of, 108.
Dance of natives, 237.

Germany, letter to a classmate in,
Dark side of missionary experience, 135.
374.

Girls, names of, in India, 268.
Day, a, on shipboard, 164, 165; at Girls' Boarding-School in Madura,

Madura, 258; at Periakulam, 333- 268, 269.
338.

Good-nature of D. C. S., 109.
Dean, Rev. S. C., letters to, 102, Graduation of D. C. S. from college,
117, 118, 221.

69.
Death, of D. C. S., 380; thoughts of
D. C. S. on, 158, 189, 394.

Hannibal, Mo., 152, 155.
Defender of the gospel, a, 191. Hat, pith, 187.
Degradation of Hindûs, 230, 254, Health-retreat of the mission, 297,
255, 256, 292, 372.

303.
Despondency, 325.

Heat of India, 262, 298, 304, 329.
Devotional habits of D. C. S., 330. Heathenism, feelings in presence of,
Dhorey, a, 173.

229, 230, 322; hopeless element of,
Diary of D. C. S., 88–92; character 257.

Herrick, Rev. George F., letters to,
Dindigal, 207, 212, 218; rock at, 147, 125, 126, 351.
213.

High Street, 93, 94.
Discipline, church, among the Hin- Hindû character, 217, 247, 276; in-

dûs, 375; self, of D. C. S., 43. fluence upon, 387.
Donkeys, impounding of, 262, 263. Hindû literature, papers on, 125, 126;
Dress of Hindûs, 194, 195.

philosophy, sketch of, 129; studies
Duff, Dr., quoted, 91.

in, 113, 123, 130–133, 213, 351.
Dutton, George D., 161; letter to, Hindûism, character of, 130, 131,

132; studies in, 113, 123, 124, 126,
Dutton, Harriet L., 161.

130.

of, 88.

327.

Hoisington, Rev. H. R., 65, 82, 113, | Marriage of D. C. S., 161.
124.

Masullah boats, 145, 174.
Home, love of D. C. S. for, 159, 190, Maternal Association, 7.
293, 331.

Mathematics, distaste of D. C. S. for
Home education of D. C. S., 4, 5, 6, 16, 32, 51.
26.

Matthews, Capt. George, 164.
Hopkins, Dr. Mark, 67.

Melûr, 273.
Hyannis Port, 12.

Memorial stone, 385.

Methodical life, 39.
Immaturity of mind, 68.

Mills Theological Society, 60–63.
"Independence must have limits," Missionaries, visit of, to Periakulam,
38.

300.
Independent, newspaper, papers in, Missionary, resolution of D. C. S. to
117.

be a, 34, 35.
India, enjoyment of life in, 249, 251; Missionary cause in Boston, 7.

first impressions of, 176, 177, 331; Missionary education, of children, 8;
impatience of D. C. S.' to reach, of D. C. S., 64.
82, 83, 92, 107, 125, 145, 146; in- Missionary purpose, growth of, in
terest of D. C. S. in, 66, 123, 136; D. C. S., 60.
races in, 131.

Missionary spirit, effort of D. C. S. to
Indian Ridge, 73, 118.

increase, 63, 114, 115, 116, 117;
Indifference of natives to the gospel, character of, 171, 172.
320.

Missionary work, anticipation of, 169,
Inexperience of D. C. S., 25.

170–172, 173; compared with pas-
Irishwoman, encounter of D. C. S. toral labor, 320, 321; discourage-
with, 94.

ments of, 217, 247, 248, 322; inter-

est in, 345; manner of performing,
Janitor, duties of D. C. S. as, 30, 32. 392; plans of, 277, 281, 347.
Jeffrey, Francis, remark of, 109. Mistakes in use of Tamil, 186, 187.
Journal, form of, 179.

Mohammedan boy, 205, 206 ; conver-
Jubilee, Mission, at Williamstown, sation with a, 348; religion in In-
84-86.

dia, 188.
Judicial office of the missionary, 217. Monkeys, 313.
Julia, child, 260, 261, 263, 264. Monthly concert, 101; in Madras, 186.

Morbidness of feeling, 42, 55-58, 119,
Kali, the gardener's daughter, 236. 325; correction of, 59.
Karûr, 210, 211; fortress at, 208, 214. Mother, letters of D. C. S. to his, 39,
Kodangki, a, 243.

347.
Kodi Kânal, 323, 383.

Mountain climbing, 22, 23.

Mount Road, Madras, 184.
Labaree, Rev. Benjamin, Jr., letters | Muir's Sanskrit Texts, 133.
to, 158, 160.

Mullens, Rev. Joseph, 128, 132.
“ Letters to a Young Student,” 39. Müller, Max, 128, 133, 134.
Letters to Sunday-schools, 191.
Libraries, use of, 123, 124.

Nâmkal, letter from, 204.
Lord's Supper, celebration of, 301, “National Eagle,”' 164.
339, 340, 374.

Naturalness of religious expression
Lothrop, Mrs., teacher of D. C. S., in D. C. S., 36, 37.
6, 8.

Nature, influence of, on D. C. S., 15,

21, 23, 26, 105.
Madras, 146; landing at, 176, 193. Nature in India, 238, 254, 255.
Madura, arrival at, 218; residence Neighborhood meetings, 98, 99.

in, 223; Mission, 140; interest of Nephew, letter of D. C. $. to his, 323.
D. C. S. in, 386; meeting at, 223- Newark, 92.
228.

Newman, Rev. Charles, letter from,
Mallur, letter from, 200.

75; reference to, 102; letter to, 254.
Mânâ Madura, 361.

New Year's day at Madura, 264,
Mar Yohannan, visit of, in Boston, 11. 265.

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ary, 161.

36, 45.

Niagara Falls, 148, 149.

Rank of D. C. S. in college, 43.
Niece, letter to a, 233.

Reading, taste of D. C. S. in, 54, 80,
Noyes, Rev. Mr., 227.

103.

Recorder, Boston, papers in, 126.
Objections to the gospel by Hindûs, Religion, conventional phraseology
240.

of, 40, 41; struggle of D. C. S. in
Oddness of manner in D. C. S., 45, deciding question of personal, 32-
46.

34; zeal in, 43.
Oppert's Grammar, 128, 134. Religious awakening of D. C. S. the
Orange, town of, 88, 89, 90.

beginning of intellectual activity,
Ordination of D. C. S. as mission- 36; education of D. C. S., 18, 26,

32; feeling, 120, 121; feeling, vari-
Orthodox, sect of, 3; social limita- ability of, 42, 43.
tions of the, 3.

Rendall, Rev. Mr., 220.
Out-door life of D. C. S., 15, 21, 23, Rhetoric, sacred, 111.
24, 76, 77.

Rhododendron-tree, over grave, 383,
Outness of life of D.C. S., 16, 17, 31, 384.

River, coming down of the, 252, 368,

370; mode of crossing the Câvery,
Palanquin, or palkee, 181, 182, 203; 210; crossing the Vaikai, 369, 371,
bearers, 187.

372, 379.
Palmer, Rev. Charles Ray, letter Rock Cottage, 309, 393.
from, 107–112, 114-116; letter to, Roxbury, removal of family to, 13;
249.

life at, 14-16; recollections of, 105.
Parents, letter of D. C. S. to his, 36. | Royapuram, 189.
Paul's Epistles, study of, 170.
Peddler, Polish, 91.

Sailors, interest of D. C. S. in, 165–
Periakulam, appointment to, 275; 167.

description of, 278, 279; descrip- | St. Hilaire, Barthelemy, 133.
tion of house at, 284-288; removal | St. Joseph, Mo., 154.

Salem, India, 200, 202.
Perkins, Dr. Justin, 11, 127.

Salutation, mode of, in India, 184.
Personal appeal, value of, 120. Sanskrit language and literature,
Phillips Academy, 73, 120.

128, 133, 134, 164–166, 169, 346.
Philosophy, Hindû, studies in, 113, Saturday at home, 119.
123, 130–133, 213, 351.

Savarimuttu, 219, 265.
Philosophy of History, 134, 135. Scanning verse, 51.
Pilliyar, temple of, 181, 197, 206, Scenery about Periakulam, 289.
209, 229.

Scholarship of D. C. S., 386, 388.
Poor children, love of D. C. S. for, 97. School, education of D. C. S. at, 6,
Popham's Broadway, Madras, 145, 16; comrades, 17; in India, 183,

184, 344.
Prayer, for missions, 218; meetings School-girls, in India, 268, 272.

for, 100; morning, at Periakulam, School-houses, in India, 242, 269.
336.

Schools, mission, scheme of support-
Preaching, character of, 137; object ing, 140, 191.

in, 139; on shipboard, 165; in Ma- Schools, Sunday, letters to, 192-199,
dras, 185; to natives, 205, 206, 216, 241-246, 267–272.

239-242; plan for, 349, 350. Scudder, Charles, father of D. C. S.,
Presidential election, 92.

1; business life of, 2; church con-
Pulney Hills, 279, 289, 298, 303, 321; nection of, 3; character of, 4; hos-
leaving the, 328.

pitality of, to missionaries, 9; in-
Punkah,
185, 201.

fluence of, over D. C. S., 28; let-
Puritan origin, 1, 2.

ters of, to D. C. S., 28, 29, 83, 84;
Purpose, intensity of, 44, 45.

failure of, in business, 34; inter-

course of D. C. S. with, 100; part-
Quarrel among native Christians, ing of, with son, 163; remembrance
374.

of, by D. C. S., 250; letters to,

to, 283.

146, 181.

from D, C. S., 251, 324; letter to, “Tales about the Heathen,” 143.
from J. H. Breckenridge, 387; let- Tamil language, study of, 65, 66,

ter of, to same, 390; death of, 396. 101, 113, 124, 126, 127 ; first exper-
Scudder, Charles W., letter to, 372. iments in use of, 174, 176, 177,
Scudder, Charles W., Mrs., letter to, 180, 186; mistakes in use of, 186,
290.

187.
Scudder, D. C., Mrs., 380, 381, 386. Tamil lyrics, 190, 227, 254.
Scudder, Rev. Evarts, 161; letters to, Tamil story, 259, 260.
189, 259. .

Tank, water, 252, 265, 266.
Scudder, Horace E., letters to, 228, Taylor, Isaac, writings of, 104,
238, 275, 319, 333, 345, 367.

105.
Scudder, Dr. John, connection of, Temperament, variable, of D. C. S.,

with family of D. C. S., 9; ad- 42, 87, 109, 110.
dresses of, to children, 9, 10; per- Temple, heathen, 197, 198, 205, 206,
sonal influence of, over D. C. S., 229, 230-233, 235, 245, 255.
10, 35, 142; death of, 35.

Temple Place, 5.
Scudder, Rev. John, 164, 166, 175, Theological Seminary, entrance of,
176.

72; life in, 77, 78, 81; classes of
Scudder, Samuel H., letters to, 238, students in, 115; notice of D. C. S.
250, 332.

in, 395.
Scudder, Silas, 201.

Theology, study of, 111.
Scudder family, origin, 1; residence, Thinking, systematic efforts of D. C.
5; home life, 5, 6.

S. at, 38, 52.
Search for remains of D. C. S., 380, Thompson, Rev. A. L., 138, 157, 158,
381.

160.
Self-examination, 40.

Tippoo Saib, 214.
Self-reproach, 325, 332.

Touring, 215; preparations for, 293,
Senior year at Williams College, 67. 294.
Sermon, missionary, 137, 138. Tract distribution, 93.
Servants, 267, 284, 327.

Treat, Rev. S. B., letter to, 170-
Seymour, Pastor, 285; letter from, 172.
391.

Trinitarian creed, dissent from, 2.
Short, Charles, 16.
Sister, letters from D. C. S. to his, Union Church, 3, 6.

82, 168, 250, 276, 293, 321.
Siva, three marks of, 174, 209. Vacation in college, 46-48, 54.
Society, aversion of D. C. S. from | Vegetation, Indian, 290–292; on the
formal, 74.

Pulneys, 310.
Society of Inquiry, 114.

Vellore Mission, 200.
Solavanthan, recovery of remains Vessels found 'in cromlechs, 362,
from, 382.

365.
Song, funeral, of Christians, 384. View from Pulneys, 311.
Soothsayer, a, 243.

Village in India, 193.
Sophomore year at college, 52, 54. Voyage to Madras, length of, 164,
Storm on Pulneys, 315, 361.

192.
Street-life of D. C. S., 11, 12.
Street-preaching, 239, 240, 241. War between England and Amer-
Study, habits of, 31, 51, 110; on ship- ica, rumors of a, 263.
board, 172, 173.

Washburn, Rev. Geo. T., 124, 125;
Sturtevant, Rev. J. M., Jr., letter letters to, 127, 128, 130–135, 143,

from, 119-122; letters to, 137–139, 145-147, 160; letter from, 382.
164.

Webb, Rev. Edward, 124, 161, 164,
Style of life among missionaries, 327, 200, 205, 209, 215.
328.

Well, an Indian, 286; drawing water
Sunday on shipboard, 165, 166.

from, 335.
Swedish Bible-class, 97, 98, 118. West, journey to the, 147-157.
Swimming-basin, 274.

Western aspects, 157.
Swings for heathen gods, 198. Wethersfield, Conn., 19, 106.

Whimsicality of D. C. S., 45, 46, 75, Williamstown, character of, 22; exit
76.

from, 46, 47; places of interest
White, Rev. Mr., 214.

about, 49, 50; attachment of D. C.
Williams, Monier, 128, 133, 134. $. to, 70, 71; visit to, 81, 84-86;
Williams College, number of stu- recollection of, 168.

dents in, 26; character of commu- Windy season, 341.
nity in, 26, 27; life at, 47, 50; senior Winslow, Rev. Miron, 177, 185.
year in, 67; system of education in, Woodin, Rev. Simeon F., 92; letter
67, 68; interest of D. C. S. in, 81;
letter to a nephew in, 323.

to, 253.

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