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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENCE Mb.D'Iseaeu and Church Pasties—As Analysis op his Speech—Toetism im> " its Bssiras—Trii _Pkowsed Answerto the essayists—thb leaven op baiiokahsm—*; Tk.we" asi> "Divine"—Conferesce at Leeds oh Be _?obsi—Pikanoe, France, and the Empzror—Retrenchment AND SEIF-AJJNEGATIOS—P»0MI3£ OP PMOEIN Kerope—Sir Robert Peel and Irish Ulmamomanism—SlOKMS AND ShIPWREOKB—POSTSCEIBI. %bNDON,jrov. 21, 1861. Mr. B'Israeli has been appealing to the fears of the Episcopal clergy of all partiesj with the view of smoothing the path of the Tories to office, and forming a great Tory party once more. He declares against the unconditional abolition of Church Hates (which are but the " outworks _" of the Establishmerit for the repair of Church fabricks, and totally distinct from tithes and kindred endowments,) and is still ready to oppose a revision of the Liturgy, as • well as the opening of the Endowed Grammar Schools of England to the children of Nonconformists. He...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

V j Children and Angels. . ¦! _5'I_?want to;be an _angelj _^_i : _v .i And with the angels stand." n i..-¦ _':¦>. , .Thus , begins one of the most _piopular Sunday _School hyms. This hymn is sung nearly cevery Sunday,: - by thbusarids and tens of _Jthousandsf of children. ':i s We have heard it a-j great many times, and yet we have never; felt very' well •satisfied_^ with it. The painful impression has been forced upon our,,minds, that * the- children have very little thought about it. Do bur children really want to be angels, and with the angels stand ?¦¦: ,. We fear not. Do parehts desire to' have _itheir children' become angels? If so, they will feel the necessity of laboring fori them, and striving in every way, to have them become Ohrist-like. We often think a mistake is made in talking with children too much about 1 heaven. We knowbut little about ieaven. The; Bible does not give us roUeh' iritbrmatibn,? arid it is; hardly worth our while- to speculate about that_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

:. For the Presbyterian Banner. h God our Help. I " u Call upon me in th« day of trouble; I Pill deliver thee, and thou slialt? _' glorify I16 -" ; ¦ ' : _y vil: : ' _fv How precious such a _promise! It is Ipreeious to all, or at least ought to be; for all know what days of trouble and trial are. All have been born to trouble-} and what ci n be more desirable to them than deliveianee ? Sueh promises ou_^ ht to come to tic poor soul as the very balm of heaven. But what are we to understand by calling ou God ' ! Understand it just as literally and just as simply as you can. It is no hard thing to do, and ought not to be hard tc understand. And indeed in temporal matters it is perfectly easy to understand what it is. If you were to hear one man telling another, if you need helpj call upon me, you would at once understand what be mean t. You wotild understand him to say, if you need help, come to me for it, and_n I will give to you. Ah ! men know what it is to call upon their'fellow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

John Angell James—Personal Habits, &e. m It _ia needless to say, that John Angell James was a great wdrker. He enjoyed incessant activity. Says his son1 : "He diligently redeemed his time. M eals were dispatched, in his house in less time than I ever saw them go through elsewhere. Though a stout man, all his movemerits were quick; he walked and wrote ftst,_tand _hei dressed with unusual rapidity. My stepmoth,er .was active as •he was, and never kept him waiting for her at a meal _^ or when going out with him ; and she remarked with 'greatpleasure, that Bonaparte gave the same! praise to Josephine. He was generally in his _gtudy soon after seven, and, I believe, spent in devotion the hour _. before breakfast, (which, in Winter and Summer he _tdok_^ y ght.)5 He never sat more than half an hour after dinner (at twoior half-pasti) and not- a>;minute after breakfast or tea* After supper , (at ,nine) he usually read an amusing J)ook, and I think hee did so at the end of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

BBIEF READINGS EartBlt SorbOw.—What abeautiful illu'stratiion* of: the outgrowth >f eartlily grief is _Jfourid iri the following from Alexander Smith's new poem: "_Jhe saddest.grave That ever .tears, kep ' fe green must sink ' at last Unto tlie common level of the world ; Then o'er it runathe_^road." . > ' ,-[; ' ¦ . _< j Ton&ij e-_^ice.—" Itis,indeed, a striking instance of bur-_^naturaliself-decejitibn_/ that? persons ;Who would quite shrink from _^her idea ; of committing most of the _< crimes which iare condemned in the Word • bf God, _thinkt little rof i then vices bf the4 tongue. But anyoner-who is; duly jealous'>of himself will< j always watchi most i carefully ' > against thei sins, which are " the least'unpopular in his own circle, 'and 1 certainly the f great*evil of what is called in the religious world, chatterationJ'—'WUberfbrce. _? If the power of the human mind, had its,growth' in i1x& wiiderne...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

_JHofheys write to yoni Sons in the Army, Write in the fullness;of a mother's heart_. Write of a Saviour's love. Remind then* of the tears that have been shed over them, and; the prayers that have been offered up in their behalf. No one will be so likely to reach their consciences. " Did you see my hand up when you asked1 who wished to be remembered in prayer?" said a youthful soldier to the leader of a meeting, Whom he had called aside. ; ¦•¦ " ¦•¦ ¦ ¦' ' _" *¦' ' • '; ; "No, {_£ did'not observe you particularly." " IJjwas clear on the outside of the signs_, but I _raised_?my hand high as I could, for 1 want you to pray for me. When you spoke of our mothers, that they followed us with theirjjrayers, my heart was touched. I know-that my mother _^ prays for me, and earnestly _(le'iires my conversion. I have a letter -from; her whiell' received to-day." Here he showed the letter, and the gentleman remarked, that; it had been exposed in some way,.and..got wet. "No," said he, t£ _it...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

i Seloctod._] • Lament of a Father on the Death of His Little Son. TBAHS1ATED FROM A MEDIiEVAI. HYMN CMld, by God's sweet mercy given To thy mother and to me, Entering this world of sorrows ! By Ms grace, so1 fair to see ; Fair assome sweet flower in Summer, Till death's hand on thee was laid, Scorched the bea.uty from, my flower, Made the tender petals fade. Yet I dare not Weep nor murmur, For I know the Bang of kings Leads thee to his marriage-chamber, ' To the glorious bridal! brings.: Nature fain would have me weeping, Love asserts her mournfulright; But'I answer, they have brought thee To the happy world of light. And I fear that my lamentings, As I speak thy cherished name, Desecrate the Royal dwelling—Fear to meet deserved blame, If I press with tears of anguish. Into the abode of joy;. Therefore will I, meekly bowing; Offer tbee to God, my boy. Yet thy voicej thy childish "singing, Soundeth ever in myears ; _^ And I listen, and remember, Till mine eyes will gather, tea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

_itee_^'Bisfldp WMoti'm&ifr_! Spnrge»B.-_^; Not : long _^_ain/_ces _lA_^ t BiSnop " of Bondbn _^rqte_; to ir_|lr.t i§_pTirgeonnaa follows-:— " In- i deed, when I .think _jOf t|ie;. thousands of, souls m Me Metropolis whomi the efforte of_, airthe_^_riiriiste_^bf refigib _^ n ariiong _,us tail tesroTOSj howi'caiia1 _feH_^_oj Ihant'Go ' d1 'Mil" these powerful means of influence Q_#hi_$*_i ' you po|§§ss _^ are _^ ej_[li i_^d_^n>_0M^^ _idudtine this _^ in The Mq/_ptisti \ .Mqgnaxii& da_%_?s _itft _wfecn*_¥_ervlfttf_^_oi 6hrft _thm beak of one another.**^ »^7 _W! _^f?

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

I It is only heaven that is above all winds, Itorms, and tempests. Gt-od did not cast man out of paradise that he mi _g ht be able to find himself another paradise in this •world. The world and the believer must p irt or Christ and him will never meet. UiYe ' cannot seive God and mammon." ,. '>' : For the Presbyterian Banner. Tfte BineT-—State of the Country, Pkilabelphia, _Fov. 28.1861. De&& Banner :—As from thy first appearance I have taken and read thee carefully, allow me to bestow upon thee a meed of commendation. Though thou didst have to struggle hard afr tjie commencement of thy being, for arBtanding among thy brethren, and, though to do thee harm some endeavored to dispute thy orthodoxy ; yet, thou didst, hold on the even ten_^r of thy ways, until thou hadst established a permanency of thine existence, and an unques tioned title to thy " soundness in the faith. To leave off this address to the Banner, allow me, Messrs. Editors, to say, I read ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

_BOBTm_^_D _ NEW-EN_^NB_. ABoston Paper says _^ "We _^_arn _^ the sale of a small quantity of W*m _» this ci<_y at thirty-three cents a pound. mJ_^_red cotton go ods, of the _^rse _.rades; are sold by the quantity, at the rate _^f about forty-three cents a pound. _ «•• _¦ _— The Fishin g Season, at Gloucester, has now closed, and the four hundred vessels that have been employed _^ce _^_ast February, are now quietly moored at their harbor. Many vessels Wave been _kst _^ the present season, quite a number with allpn been board. The present year, has a very hard one for Gloucester, probably the most disastrous for many years, as the _^ prices for fish have ruled so low that even large fares of from feee hundred , to &ur hundred barrels would hardly, pay the vessels! bills. Butstill the peopleof Gloucester-are not discouraged, but will pursue the business another year with their usual energy. The People of Termont have _learned with deep regret that Rev. Calvin Pe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

THE _JJIWS »FR_»it _ENfiliAND ;.•,<'<-' "Wq " -' give more than usual space, this Week, to foreign intelligence. We do not _i_?egard it as perfectly reliable, or, at least, ¦QOt' as expressing the purposes of the Grovjjernmenfc We would await the opening of documents, by a messenger jast arrived, before speaking too positively. But there ia 'evidently much _iU feeling toward, us in England. There are men there who would seize on any pretext to get up a war 'aigafn'st us, in this day of our trouble. _tThey hate Democracy, whether it be pure, _.ortmthe form of aBepublio. They know .that it is the aristocratic sentiment of the ; S6_Tiw,-which.has brought on the rebellion. _Jfor, - this sentiment they have a fellowieeimg,, and they think that now is the time to givethe death blow to free governtaentr_^that is, to government by the peop le;*" And especially to they feel confident of the aid of France, they wish now to ¦ 'strike/;1 ;; \ ' ' '-'"";. . There are, howev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

For tlie _Presbyteriaa Ban,,.. New-Yo rk Correspondence. 'New-York, December 6. 1801 . Messrs. Editors :-Our municipal eitl, tion has resulted in the defeat of the arch. d _emagogue who appointed a thanW day with _tBW impudent assertion that tiit, II " nothing to be thankful for, and *>,., _Ilosed the present canvas by a speech ia ft Sunday Beer Garden against the _Bm_^ and all Sunday and Excise laws. A _„ _Wfeeling o_^ relief is felt that_? ;t, freed_^ at last of an incubus we seemed ,\( > __ tiued to carry indefinitely, _becaxise of th, divided opposition to his rule The tn^\ of the Christian Sabbafch and of social w der, especially, congratulate themse_._ve_, ,,r a result _whidi betokens a resuscitated Se|{ t_^.et. and the ascendency of right pri!i eiDle over unscrupulous political intno a_, The dram-shop interest has also received a stunning blow in the result of _^ this el,t , tion Its vote was concentrated on the _,l c. _feated candidates, and its power in ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

PERSONAL Col. Wjgfall andj jndge Oldham have been elected Senators from the State of Texas to the Confederate Congress. - ; Mrs. Jbim C- fireckinriuge is said to be holding receptions in Baltimore. A, party was latel y given, in her honor , at which all the ladies wore badges of_*red~and white ribbon, and the cake, was frosted with the same colors. She is _repjesente_^ as the centre of the female secession element of Baltimore. Col. Harvey Brown, the roflicer _' _, in chief command at Fort Pickens , is a native of New-Jersey, and, is from sixty_^o seventy years of age. He was _admitted as a cadet at West Point, in the year 1814, and when appointed to the army stood sixth in his class. He was breveted Second Lieutenant in the Light Artill ery corps on the 24th of July, 1818, and was made full Second Lieutenant of the Fourth Artillery, in August, 18_^1 j before the month was out was promoted to a First Lieutenan tcy, and in September , of the same year; was appointed an Assist...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

CHURCH AT SIWICILEI On Sabbath, December 15th, the new Presbyterian church at _Sewickley, near Pittsburgh, was dedicated to the service of God. The solemnities of the occasion were conducted by the pastor, Rev. James Allison, assisted by Rev. Dr. Jacobus, Rev. ProfV Wilson, and Rev. Dr.PAXtgn. -A very large congregafcion were in attendance, including many memberss 6f sister churches.' Ttie day was one of deep interest to the people. _Ife: cannot but be had in long and pleasant remembrance.; , The edifice is "; a handsome stone " stru_6r ture, cruciform, in the Rustic Gothic style of architecture, one hundred feet in _^ extreme length, the transept being fifty feet by sixty-four, and the nave forty-two feet by-forty-nine. It will furnish sittings for seven hundred persons. The cost was §15,000. ' The Wilding, is well proportioned, the finish is neat, and everything is in _^exquisite taste, f _r Sewickley congregation was organized in 1837. _' The ; only, predecessor of Mr. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

_IJrEifegieristt § aimer* _fiTTMlRGn_, _SATURDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1861. $OflUMI GttttWliciSinu_^Our leading article, this week, taken mainly from a paper read at the Tafe meeti«,g of the World's Evan-Mlical ' Allian<0e, will be found extremely ii_^teresi' i'ng <M tliis subject. . Ifc is long, but S_^s._^Q thi s account, the more valuable_, _^_hfe quotations are richly instructive. flft English -language _ia liiscria.—Un'der thi_§ heading we give, on our fourth $jtge, _?a very interesting article, from the Colonization Herald. The _Christian phifyntWoiiist_, especially if the Anglo-Saxon _bto _^ od strongly courses his veins, must read it w;ith delight. :: Jii _'1 N_^_F _Mf,—THe first of January is near at, hand,. A renewal of subscription to the Manner1 hn 6m of the important pressing _.daties.; Also the making: of a, holiday v preheat 'of' the Banner to;your marriedson, a dt daughter,! or to youri'friend, and espe-*; _«fally to your poor heig-hbbr. <•' ¦ '• ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

Holiday Presents are highly esteemed. Their influence on the youthful mind, and ¦even on the adult, is not easily measured. They should possess an intrinsic value an adaptatioa to permanent moral and spiritual benefit. At the Presbyterian Rooms, Hand Street, Pittsburgh, books suitable for presents may be obtained. See advertisement. Tie Board Of Missions having determined to discontinue collecting agencies, request all contributions in the bounds of the late Pittsburgh' _A gency, to be forwarded direct to the office,910 Arch Street, Philadelphia.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

ECCLESIASTICAL Rev. J. _>L' Jones' Post Office address is changed fronv Walcott , Iowa, to Dayton Pa1 . He takes charge of the Glade Run Academy at that place. IVIr. ' JoHN J. Pomero y , a licentiate of the Presbytery of Carlisle , was ordained on sthe ' 27th of November, by the _Presb ytery of Lewes , and ' installed pastor of the Presbyterian ,Church at Dover, Delawhre. i '" =======^^ _. . nf the Western Mr. KoMaT ] W**_"_^ tak _en . charge of New-York volunteers, :..:-- ¦^ Ohio_^as recerveda _^ call_^, ofSt/ _ClairsvxlVOhio. .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 December 1861

___a__BS_' " ' ' • : ' BxtBh_^ttim % wmx_, " ¦ -A _" _-/// ¦ W__K_1_T N__WSMSSK, Published at _?IT_._?S__lT^_fca-OEli'-._?_\..,. . ,:-, ¦ •; _¦ _: " ¦ V . !' •. ' ..BY r _^1 _' , _^._^ DAVtO _WKtK_^V A CO. , ; THISIS.A LAEGE _EEIilQTOp _IfPfe_^_ipI ':.- ¦" .;¦ .', ¦ ; PRINTED; ONt . ¦ ¦ ¦ ,.,} ¦ ' v • • : AN1»IN. ¦ ¦¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦¦ ' ¦ ¦' ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ _! S U PEE I OK STY L Bt ., ITCpNTAINS: .. ., ,-,? ou all the leading topics of the day, both Religious and Se<^ ular. All the various subjects _££ present " _themselTes _fot_^ consideration, and that are_'wortnytfie attention of Intelligent ana Christian people, afe ' discussed from ' the _Ckrlstian stand-point, and in the comprehensive spirit of Chriftiaii' charity and enlarged benevolence. from the beginning of our present National troubles, thl» paper, while allying itself with no political party, has taken high and fearless ground in favor of the Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, and of the preservat...

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