through our blessed Saviour, Jesus Christ. I told them of the goodness of Kezhamunedoo (God) in sending His only begotten Son to save us from Mahjemunedoo, (the bad spirit) and that whosoever would believe on him should be made happy, and when they died be taken up to Ishpeming (Heaven), at which they gave a shout of joy, and some fell to the ground. After an interval of three hours I held another meeting with them, and the Lord was pleased again to bless us. Returned to Captain Anderson's for the night.
Thursday 10th. — Visited the Indians this morning, and spoke to them the words of eternal life. The spirit of the Lord was poured out upon us, and we rejoiced together.
Friday 11th. — Rode to Mr. C. Biggar's, at the Carrying Place. Endeavoured to raise my thoughts towards heaven this day, and the Lord was pleased to shine into my soul.
Saturday 12th. — Left the Carrying Place for Belleville, where I slept. Had little or no enjoyment this day.
Sunday 13th. — At 10 o'clock the Indians arrived. I felt much comfort in meeting them. At 11, a. m., I endeavoured to preach to them from John iii. 7, and then spoke to the white people. Most of the Kingston Indians were up enquiring the way of eternal life; I observed that they were much affected during the service, and trust that some good impressions were made. In the afternoon I accompanied my brethren to Grape Island, where they are forming a settlement; held a meeting with them on our arrival, and the Lord poured out his Holy Spirit upon us, so that there was a shout in the Camp; many fell to the ground, others wept, while others were rejoicing in the love of God. Went in the evening to Mr. Thompson's, where I received a friendly welcome from the kind family.
Monday 14th. — Returned this morning to the Island, and assisted Mr. Ross in building the Mission House. Towards evening the Rev. W. Atwood arrived. At sundown, according