Account of the Baptist Missionary Society (1809); The Quarterly Review, February 1809. New-York: Ezra Sargeant, 1810. Removed from the volume, pp. 169-198. Good. Removed. 
A favorable review of the missionary work of William Carey, John Thomas and others in India. Considers the opposition the British missionaries faced, not only from the Hindus but from the British government in India, and includes examples of missionary preaching and their ridicule of the heathen gods. Reviews the massacre at Vellore which took place in 1806. Argues for the conversion of the "Hindoos." Opposes Major Scott Waring-Twining and his plan to restore the Indians to Hindooism under the protection of the British government.