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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

158 ;|m**i;xv £st]rtgtttix« AND ¦ i . . « . THURSDAY, MAT 31. 1860. D. C. HOUGHTON_, } JOHNW.MEAES, } E °IT °ES - ASSOCIATED WITH ' ALBERT BARNES . GEORGE DUFFIELD Jh. THOMAS BKAINERD, JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DARLING, THOMAS J. SHEPHERD,

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

Missionaryl)^^ Presbytery of New York met, by adiurnmenfc at Tarry town, Wednesday evening, the ijfch. inst, to ordain as an Evangelist one of its _licentites, Mr. Henry N. Cobb. Mr. Cobb is under appointient from the American Board as a missionary to io-Nestorians. The occasion was ever_^idjf one of deep interest. It was worked by a 8pccia.|inter-denominational comity, the more noteworthy fe evincing that it is quite possible for the different ttnehes of the Church of Christ to be one in heart|rhile they have separate arrangements for carryinaon the missionary work. The candidate was a meaber at the time of his licensure of the Second Kformed Dutch Church at Tarrytown, of which _his_^fiwer is an. esteemed elder, holding theretbe same offia he had previously filled in two different Presbyteriial churches. When it was determined, in View of thlmissionary relationsi of the son, that he_, should b|ordained by the Third Presbytery of New York _. tl pastor and Consistory of the ch...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

ROLL OF THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY or thb PBEaarriBSUir cmmcu in the united states o* . ¦ .. . AMERICA, _i; _' Convened in the City of Pittsburgh, Pa., May 11, 18#, 0WI0EH8. Bev. Thornton A. Mills, Moderator. Rev. Edwin P. Hatfield, D. I),, Stated. Clerk. _Jtev. Henry Darling, Permanent Clerk. . t: Sr.r%lH _S }_v*_-*°*«y«»—.. Commissioners. Synod op Albany. Presbyteries. Ministers. E'ders. Champlain_, _Eufaa R. Demming, Abel Knapp. John R. Young. Troy, Jotham Sewall, S. C. Dermott. Albany, S. T. _Seelye, E. A. Durant. Columbia, Wm. S. Leavitt_, J. Gaul, Jr. _Catskill, Elias L. Bong, Edgar B. Day. S*hob o* Utioa. St. Lawrence, _Eufua Pratt, Win. E. Eldridge. _Watertowo, .Jos, A. Canfield, David J. Wager. Oswego_, Jeremiah Petrie. Uiica, Jos. N. M'Giffert, R. S. Williamson. Orlo Bartholomew. Synod o» Geneva. Geneva, Wm. J. Jennings, Alfred Bolter, M. . D_, Oliver P. Oonklin, James M. How, Bath, 3. Woodruff, J. H. _Hotchkih, - _Clieroung, - F. _Haicingtoo, _ . (X Robinson, — Ithaca, Ww...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

THE OLD SCHOOL ASSEMBLY. Scarcely had our " Old School" brethren assembled_, in Rochester, when a great battery of the heaviest artillery was opened against the whole gyatem .of Boards, as in operation among _theti. Their chief opponent is Dr. Thornwell, the author of the* proposal that all voluntary societies be ignored "~b y ~£n' e ~ _^Hureh. Dr. T. _maintained the Jure divino theory of church order. He finds, a ditrine*: warrant for the Presbyterian system as made-tup .-of Sessions, Presbyteries, Synods , _' and Assemblies, but for Boards he finds no warrant, and in _sttch a matter he is" unwilling tobe'guided by expediency alone. The divinely-appointed system of Presbyteries and Synods is ample in itself without organizing;these outside pieces of machinery, to do the work of the church. It would be cpnjpeding'the insufficiency of this divine system to do so. On this point he is reported to have said: " But our.brethren, have actually found in the midst of our own Church _bod...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

» _tm » ¦ ¦ EDITOR'S TABLE. THE PROVINCE OF REASON: a Criticism of the Bampton Lectures on " The Limits of Religious T_.hought. " By John Young, LL. D., Edin., Author of " Tbe Christ of History1 ;" etc. New York : Robert Carter & Brothers, No. 530 Broadway. * 1860. For sale at Martiens, Philadelphia. " THe Influence oTphilosophy and liberal studies has ever contributed to establish sure and firm the foundations of our religion. Christianity has come down to us after many contests, as a religion of peace; with reason, philosophy, science and human learning arrayed against it. She has proved herself the wisdom of<¦ God in * harmony with all that is true, beautiful and lovely. She is the perfection of the glory of all God's works, and gives significance and completeness where all was unintelli gible. Religion has nothing to fear .from reason, inquiry and investigation: if it had, it would prove it was not from God: There are no real limits to tbe scope and exercise...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

_%m% %% \\t _Mu\> "" " "Apr_^iicut.BSiAb rtc_^_ir_^FKBK~-_^Excitin_£.jnattei;8 of a -worldly nature are comparatively few. The world seems to wait in stillness, while great spiritual interests are discussed and determined upon by, the numerous representative bodies of different branches of the Church., Another part of our paper will speak more particularly of the acts of these bodies. There are, or within a few days must have been, a dozen of these Church courts in session. Besides our own Assembly, there is the body meeting in Rochester, the United Synod at Iluntsville, Alabama, the Reformed Presbyterian S 3r nod In Pittsburg, the United Presbyterian Assembly in this city, the Assembly of the Cumberland Presbyterian -Church, the Quadrennial Conference of the M. E. Church, and the Diocesan Convention of the P. E. Church of this State, in this city. It is well calculated to excite deep emo tion to reflect upon the variety and dignity of the interests, both of the churc...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

_EQEEISU_". England.—Sir E. Trevellyan Has been removed from bis position as Governor of Madras, for publicly opposing the Indian financial scheme,of Mr. Wilson. His removal was reluctantly ordered by the Government, as the general administration of Sir T. has been satisfactory... ' _r ;;. Frauds in Government ContracU:—Additional surveys of gun-boats- built by private contract during the Russian war, had developed more rottenness in the vessels, and a total unfitnessfor further service. Afchhislwp of TbrJc.—-t)T. Langley, Bishop of Durham, has been appointed Archbishop of York. SicTLT. -—-The insurrection is nofe suppressed. Garibaldi's movements attracted general attention. -AJL_^_weBipon_^ iont-of-_^te-_^De_^iiy _itfetos describes the departure of the expedition _froniTGfenoa _- on tber5th"df May by midnight. It was composed of two thousand two hundred volunteers. Three steamers were lying in the offing, to which they were conveyed in detachments from various points along a ran...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

THE GREAT PEDO-BAPTIST WORK!!! ANNA. CLAYTON; OR, THE INQTHRER AFTER TRUTH. LINDSAY & BLAKISTON, Publishers akd Booksellers, No. 25 South Sixth Street , above Chestnut, Philadelphia, Have recently published , ANNA _CLAYTONj ortheINQUIRERaiter TRUTH, By the Rev. Francis M. _Dimmick, of Cincinnati, O. In One Large 12mo. Volume. 427 pages. Price, $1.25. "In this volume, the opposing arguments to one or two popular Baptist fictions, are presented in the style of an interesting narrative and dialogue ingeniously, arranged, and forcibly and impressively put. The arguments for the pedo-baptist faith and practice are clearly and logically set forth, with all the charms of a romance. The story is attractive, ingenious and instructive. It is just the book for general circulation, and will be .popular, and will prove a timely antidote to the proselyting zeal of our Baptist friends, and will serve to enlighten and settle wavering- minds on this subject."—American Presbyterian. "Th...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

NOTICES . The Rochester Presbytery will bold its semi-annual meeting on the 2tl Tuesday, 12th June next, at Honeoye Falls2 o ' clock, p. m. ' Charles 33. _Fueman, Stated Clerk. ' ¦ ' ¦ -:; TiiiB Presbytery of Erie T_^iII meet in the 'Presbyterian Church <if _Millcreek, on the fourth Tuesday of June, inst., at 4 o'clock, p. m. Sessional Records required for examination. J. Vance, Stated Clerk. June 1st. The Presbytery of Geneva will bold its semi-annual meeting at Dundee, the second Tuesday (12th) of June, commencing at 2 o'clock, p. m. B. M. Goldsmith, Stated Clerk. The Presbytery of _Cayuga will hold its next stated meeting at Northville, on Tuesday, June 19tb, at 2 o ' clock, p. m. Charles Hawley_, Stated Clerk. Auburn, May 23, I860. The'Presbytery of _Onondaga will hold its next-stated meeting at Collanier, on the third. Tuesday [19th] of June next, commencingat% o'clock, p.m. R,'A. _Avery, Stated Clerk. Liverpool, May 23,1860. Tbe Presbytery-of Buffalo will hold the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

WATCHES , JEWELRY, SILVER WARL, GOLD CHAINS, &c THE LARGEST AHB MOST VARIED STOCK OF FINE JEWELKY IN THE CITY, Consisting of sets of Breast Pins and Ear-Rings, such as Pearls, Carbuncles, Corals, Cameos, Lavas, Florentine Mosaic, _AmaUkite, Garnets, Gold Stone, Gold Stone Mosaic, Enameled, &c, mounted in Plain and Etruscan Gold of the fittest quality and roost elegant styles, at the lowest prices for which the goods can be sold. Also a large and splendid assortment of the finest American aad Imported Watches, for Ladies' and Gentlemen's Wear, selected and imported by the subscriber especially for his retail sales, and warranted to give satisfaction or the money refunded. .: : , A large assortment of Rich and elegant Patterns of Gold Neck, Vest, Chatelaine and Long Chains, Chatelaine Pins, &c., to match. The subscriber would also call attention to his assortment of Silver Tea Sets of the most recherche patterns, of which he has alwsys a largre stock on h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

MAETYES OF THE MUTINY, With an Introdcctiok, by Rev. John _Jsnkihs , D. D. JUST PUBLISHED BY THB PRESBYTERIAN PUBLICATION COMMITTEE. Price, 50 Cents. Sent by mail, post-paid, for 60- cents. In this book are given deeply interesting narrations of the sufferings of Christians in the late SEPOY REBELLION in India. - From them we see that amid the horrors of lhat fearful struggle, Hindoos as well as Americans and Europeans, hud grace to "confess the name of Christ, even at the cost of life itself. Four Illustrations. tlIt. should be read for its testimony to the power of the gospel. "—American Presbyterian. " Of all these works (which have had reference to the scenes of the rebellion in India) we bave seen none that has so deeply moved us as the one before us. We rejoice that the Presbyterian Publication Committee have brought it out at this time, and la such inviting' style.31 —Christian Instructor. ('It affords us pleasure to commend this handsome volume to the old and the young, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

The Chemistry of Medicine." —Among the special delights which have so richly repaid our visit to New England, was the inspection, it was our privilege to make of Dr. J. C. Ayer &. _Cck's Laboratory at Lowell. Although We knew by hear-say, that it was large, yet wete we surprised when we came into view of its real magnitude, and still more by the extent and complication of its truly _immpnw business. The whole massive structure is in fact one vast chemical laboratory, in which the processes of this _wondetful art are constantly going on. Medicochemical science has found that the curative properties of any substance exist in some one or more of its component parts. Thus the remedial effects of opium are due solely to the morphia _ij contains, although this is but one-eighteenth part of its weight; the other seventeen parts are gum, extractive and inert or offensive matter. Dr. Ayer 's system separates the medical properties of each substance employed, and we are here shown...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

.„ Order from CHARLES S. LUTHER, Presbytekian Book Store, __ 1334 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. For sale by all booksellers. 73 l-2t. _LISCOLS. WOOD & _ITICffOLS, CITY BONNET STORE, 725 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia. Special attention paid to GOODS FOR MISSES AND CHILDREN'S WEAR. Every description of MILLINERY WORK executed with neatness and dispatch. Ap. 21—2m.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

If Medicine is kecessaey, use Brandb.eth ' s _WLts.-— They are as pleasant as a truly effective medicine can be. It is true you may lake purgatives which will operate without painbecause they take the balsamic parts from the blood, which is worse than being- bledworse than _having the vital fluid abstracted. Beware of them. Brandreth's Pills only take hold of those matters which the body, when sick, wants to, evacuate. They are solely an assistant of nature,—nothing morenothing less. They do not force; they merely assist; and herein is their great value. The man is thrice blessed who is so fortunate as to be acquainted with this good and almost perfect gift to man, because he has to a great extent his body insured in "health by their occasional use. Principal Office, 294 Canal Street, New York. Sold by T. W. Dvott & SonsPhiladelphia, and by all respectable dealers in medicines.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

npW0 WORKS, VALUABLE TO THE SICK OR X WELL. Sent by mail, no pay expected until received, read and approved. Address Dr. S. S. FITCH, 714 Broadway, New York. 1st. Six Lectobes on the causesprevention and cure of LungThroatand Skin diseases; Rheumatism and Male and Female complaints. On tbe mode of preserving Health to a Hundred Years. 360 pages21 engravings. Price50 cents, in silver or P. O. Stamps. A Work on the Cause and Cure of Diseases of the Heart, StomachLiver, Bowels, and Kidneys; on Apoplexy, Palsy, and Dyspepsia; Why we Grow Oldand What Causes Disease. 131 pages6 engravings. Price, 36 cents. Say which book you wish, giving name, State, county, town, and post-office. 730

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

_journal* _gvertgittixn AMD _Qjfrtntszt _dxjanaeltst. THURSDAY, MAY 31, _lSttO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

PIANOS Correctly Tuned and regulated, by C. 1. Sargent. Had fourteen years ' factory and cily employment Orders received at Misen 's §07 Chestnut street. Entire satisfaction given. Terms, S 1.00. 732 t.f.

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

NOWREADY THE ECLECTIC TUNE BOOK FOB CHOIRS. This much-called-for work is now in store, and for sale. Price$1.00. Sent by mail, post-paid, to persons wishing to examine it, for $1.00. It has been prepared for tbe Presbyterian Publication Committee with great labor, and .contains the tunes which the people have called for in 500 lists furnished to the Committee. ALSO JUST READY THE NEW SABBATH-SCHOOL HYMN BOOK PREPARED FOR THE PRESBYTERIAN PUBLICATION COMMITTEE This Hymn Book, it is fully believed, will give satisfaction. Each Book contains the SHORTER CATECHISM, THE LORD'S PRAYER, TEN COMMANDMENTS, AH0 APOSTLES' CREED. Price, Ten Cents. Order from CHA.RLES S. LUTHER, PRESBSTJEBIAN BOOK STORE. 731-3t Philadelphia , , , , . .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 31 May 1860

AN ELEGABT BOOK IS THE NEW BOSTON LIBRARY EDITION OF TYLNEYHALL Tom Hood's Famous Novel. Sold now by all principal Booksellers, and is in ail the Libraries. J. E. TDLTON & CO., Publishers, 732-lt Boston, Mass. ,

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