This point called to my mind the labours of the Moravian Missionaries who had formed several settlements, the most southern of which I believe is Lichterau, among the Greenlanders, under far greater difficulties, than are likely to assail the Missionary, in his attempt to form an establishment for the instruction of the same race of people in the principles of divine truth on the shores of Hudson's Bay, with the aid and co-operation of the Hudson's Bay Company.
[Footnote 87: The “Empfindsame Reise der Prinzessin Ananas nach Gros-glogau” (Riez, 1798, pp. 68, by Gräfin Lichterau?) in its revolting loathesomeness and satirical meanness is an example of the vulgarity which could parade under the name. In 1801 we find “Prisen aus der hörneren Dose des gesunden Menschenverstandes,” a