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TO THE

THIRTY-SEVENTH VOLUME

OF THE

AFRICAN REPOSITORY.

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350

A.
Annual Meeting (44th) of the American
Colonization Society,

33
Addresses of President Latrobe,

and Rev. Dr. Sutherland-Pre-

sident and Vice Presidents, 33, 41
Annual Report (44th) of the American
Colonization Society,

65
Deceased friends-Einigration-

African Slave Trade-Board of
Directors-Recaptured Africans
landed in Liberia-Policy of
the Federal Government-Ark-
ansas free people---Prospect of
Emigration-Fair-Commerce
-Native Tribes-Education-
New Building of the Society-
Agencies–New Jersey Setile-
meni-Testimony to health and

good order,
Ashmun Institute,

89
Appeal for the Congoes, by Mrs. Seys, 112
African Missiors, 149, 178, 316, 340
Annual Report of N. Y. State Col. Soc., 165
Annual Meeting Massachusetts Col. Soc. 169
N. Hampshire

196
Maine

do.

309
Vermont

do. 350
Anniversary Royal Geographical Society, 172
A Word for the Time,
African Colonization—Thoughts of its
Founders,

247
African Present to Lord Brougham, 284
Andersson's Travels, and Explorations
of Okavango River,

304
African ExplorationsLagos, Yoruba,

Nupe,

65, 84

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191

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Dreadful suffering caused by the Slave

Trade-Reports of Physicians ac-

companying Key West Africans, 108
Death of Mrs. Benson,

148
of Judge McLean,
of Dr. D. M. Reese,

185
uf Gen. Walter Jones,

321
of Mr. Stryker, of Liberia,
Departure of the Stevens postponed, · 160
DuChaillu's Adventures in Gorilla Land, 204

E.
English movements for Africa, 114
Eulogy on Rev. John Day,

154
Education in Africa,
Error corrected,

352
Extracts from Pres. Lincoln's Message, 375

F. G. H.
French Government and Slave Trade, 351
Ghadamis, Dickson's account of, 359
Hurricane at Cape Mount,

I.
Intelligence-A spectacle for Abolition-

ists-Death of an African Travel.
ler-Dr. Livingstone-African cot-
ton-Capture of the Storm King-
Tonnage Dues-Fair at Cape
Palmas-Bark Erie-Recaptives, 25, 29
Geo. L. Seymour-Capture of a
slaver-Africa-Results of West
India Emancipation-Mission to
Slaves--Emigration to Hayti-Da-
bomey-Congoes-Sunbeam and
Kroomen-Finances of Liberia-
Sources of the Nile,

92, 95
Colored Engineers wanted-Pro-
gress in Liberia-Slave States
Havoc of War- Bark Edward, 124,127
U. S. Census-Liberian rivers-
Death of Dr. Humphrey-Grave
of L. E. L.-African shifts for
money-Judicious sentiments

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341, 348

I.
Intelligence-

American duty to Liberia-Fourth
of July-Appeal,
Explorations, Capt. Speke, Con:
sul Petherick-Hayti vs. Liberia
-Liberia and England-Capture
of the Nightingale-Cotton--Dr.
Breckinridge,
Collection, July 21, 1861–Presi-
dential Election in Liberia-Em-
igrants from New Orleans-U. S.
Marshals and Slave trade-Slaver
Falcon-Hottentots and the Dogs
-The Wesleyans,

254, 256
Measures against the Slave.trade
-Hayti,
Intelligence from Dr. Baikie-
Captain Speke, and Dr. Living-
stone,

339
Slave Trade--Liberia College-
Report of Monrovia Academy,
Dying Jewess-Death of Rev. John
J. Matthias-Sugar-cane-Lagos
Evangelical Alliance-Rev. Mr.
Spurgeon on the Gorilla,

K.
Kelly Low, of Augusta, Ga.,

90
L,
Liberia, Letters from Pres. Benson, 1, 29,

59, 161, 199, 280, 377
from Rev. John Seys, 1,
62, 131, 162, 281, 349, 382
from Rev. G. Seymour, 60
from Mrs. Seys, 112
Rev. C. C, Hoffman, 132
Rev. B. R. Wilson, 135
W. H. Dennis, 138,282, 381
J. H. Dennis,

137
J. H. Deputie,
Nathaniel Brooks, 138
Rev. Wm. C. Burke, 350
Hon. J. J. Roberts, • 380

C. L. DeRandamie, 381
Letter from Rev. F. Butler,

194
Liberia and our Colored People,

87
Agricultural implement Society, 88
from, 117, 129, 161, 280, 314, 349, 377
Herald, extracts from,

145
Christian Advocate,

200
Encouraging accounts, •

176
College,

204, 287

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M.
Methodist Church and Colonization,
Missions, Foreign, Annual Report of

Presbyterian Board, (O. 8.)-
Liberia, Corisco, Evangasimba, 227
Death of Rev. Thos. F. Ogden-
Gaboon-Evangelical Alliance
Conference,

317, 318
Mission to Central Africa,

237
Pongas,

244
Missionary Report of Bishop Payne, 365

N.
Notice of Annual Meeting A. C. S.,

31
Next vessel for Liberia,

287
Notices,

287
November Expedition,

320
Sailing of the John H. Jones, 351
List of Emigrants by do.

P.
Prospects of our free colored population, 86
Pres. Benson's Message, extracts from, 138
Present state of the Missionary Work in
in Africa, :

225
R.
Receipts, 31, 64, 95, 127, 160, 192, 224, 256,

288, 320, 352, 384
Relations and Duties of Free Colored

Men in America to Africa, by
Rev. Alex. Crummell,

97
Recaptives

none killed at Sinou, 163
Removal of Mrs. Benson's remains to
Bassa,

164
Russian Emancipation,

177
S.
Slave Trade,
Slavers captured,
Stevens, Return of the,
Spanish attack on Liberia,

T.
The Way to Light, .

23
To the free people of oclor in Kentucky, 85
To the colored people of Pennsylvania, 85
The Stevens' outward voyage,

117
The Countries of Soudan, the Shukorees
and Hallengas,

150
Trip to Careysburg,

200
Tribute to Rev. Dr. Danforth, by Rev.
Mason Noble,

353
V.
View of our Country, by an African
Missionary,

159
Vindication of President Benson-Li.
beria Herald,

163
Voices from Liberia -- Discourse of Rev.

W. Blyden, of Monrovia, and an
Address of Rev. Alex. Crummell,
of Liberia,

257, 271

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AFRICANS ON BOARD.-NEARLY FOUR THOUSAND RECAPTURED

AFRICANS LANDED IN LIBERIA WITHIN THREE MONTHS.

Government House, Monrovia, October 18, 1860. DEAR SIR :Having written you so very frequently and lengthily within the last two months, almost supercedes the necessity of a line from me by this opportunity. This goes by the bark Cora, of New York, which anchored in our harbor on the 14th, with about seven hundred recaptives on board, a prize to the flag-ship Constellation. I learn another may be expected daily.

I need not comment, as I have written you previously fully on this matter. For humanity's sake, relieve us! and the poor unfortunate creatures cast among us, as soon as possible! We feel much interest in all those people, and hope the Society will, as suggested by me under date of 25th August, enable us to do our duty to them.

Our public affairs as yet are moving on tolerably quiet. We have had very abundant

crops

this
season,

and the trade has been unusually large, as full statistics that will be issued in December, will show.

I am confidently hoping to hear from the Society through you in December.

Yours, very respectfully,

STEPHEN A. BENSON. Rev. R. R. GURLEY, Cor. Sec. A. C. S.

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Monrovia, October 17, 1860. MY DEAR SIR: I wrote to you very fully by Dr. Young, and have now the startling announcement to make, that the bark Cora came into this port on Sunday evening last, the 14th, with six hundred and ninety-four recaptured Africans, a prize to our flag-ship

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