Refuge in the House of the Vedar.—Treated kindly.—A Brahmin, his
Reasoning.—Tomb of Lopez.—Superstition concerning it.—Power of
Prayer.—Mr. Koch, Interpreter, labors with Dr. S.–Preaching and
distributing Tour.—Hard Service.—Wild Beasts.-Power of the Ele-
phant.—Chavicherry.—Sufferings from the Heat.—Peacock for Food.
—Haunted House.—Reaches Home.—Kind Treatment by the Natives
on his recent Tour.—Another Tour; starts with his Boys and Mr. Koch.
—Success among the Romanists.-Visits one of the Catholic Churches.
—Description of their Image-worship.–Kindness of Mrs. Mooyaart.—
Addresses the Fishermen.—Returns Home.—New Tracts required.—
Tracts prepared.—Prayer by Christians at Home................. Page 81
Revival in Madras, chief City of the Carmatic.—Its Military and Commer-
cial Character.—Nabob of Arcot and Edmund Burke.—Abject Submis-
sion of the Natives.—Policy of England toward them.—Juggernaut and
the Suttee.—Encouragement for the Missionaries.—Important Centre
for Missionary Operations.—Madras a City of Cities.—Its Population