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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

RiLlototra _fisrii_^_Mpi o_$ _otrs _AsseIl A Pittsburgh correspondent; of the Sunihy School Times of this city, gives the following _flei iightfal aceoutit 6f the imj_>r_^ssion mad e by the recent meeting of our Assembly in that city: • '¦ ¦-1 must write a word from the " Smoky City," to let your Christian readers know what a refreshing season we have lately enjoyed> of religious awakening and activity among the Lord's people. This is consequent) in great par_^ Upon the meetings of the church body which has just closed its deliberations here. The lovers of Zion look upon their departure from us with feelings of regret; although it is a sad admission that we should be so dependent upon extraneous influences , and that our lamps should need the borrowed oil of our brethren frond abroad. But it fs the _^eferiliar blessedness of our Christianity that we may "exhort one another," " bear each other's burdens," and " strengthen them who are weak in th4 faitht" We aril...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

COXLEGIATE AND THEOLOGICAL EDUCA TION SOCIETY. The attention df thefriends of-liberal education is respectfully invited to the important facts and reasonings of the last _Annual report of this Society-. Attention is thus solicited in thefull belief thatit will be amply repaid, and- the interests of an important work be promoted, _._Jf_^copy is not _U band, your address sent to-Bev_, T. Baldwin,; cor* sec, , &c, 80 Wall St., New York, will _securesor*e_> At1 the late meeting of the General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church, at _Pittabu_^h, the following -resolutions 1 wrere _oroanimajasl y-adopted; viz.: ' _« , •- .. __. Besolved, 1. That the greatrgood already accomplished by the Society for promoting Gollegiate and Theological Education at the West, in -sustaining and encouraging Taluable institutions on times of commercial _embanassnifint _*mtiL_.theyljCojuld be placed on permanmfr foundations} is _gt _ftitled to the gt&teful acknowledgments of -this...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

WEmTEm&IffiZFBI&' We are happy to oblige pur friends in the Walnut Street Presbyterian Church Of West Philadelphia, (Mr. Butler's) by giving mx readers notice that they are about to bold a Fancy and Floral company w'hp_' jlp_^ipose tjiat. church, are doing a good ¦_iworfi. ^|gj|siij! |_wDfl bfer£, ; they: ** taken1 lib erect-a large _ind'tiandsonteyet economical edifiee _^ w ji^^ former house of (worship was small, and not worth the repairs it needed. In _building, it was seen that such a church ought to be erected as would be adapted to.th _' e rapidly increasing population of that part of the city. They deserve great credit for the courage and the generosity with which they have assumed this responsibility; and they deserve as truly the co-operation of their friends on the hither side of the Schuylkill. The new church is nearly completed. The Fair will be held next week, by the Ladies in the Lecture Room. It is in Walnut S ~ treet/"_£etween William and Till S...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

WHO SHALL BO IT? . A minister in western New York , in a business letter says:— . _" v *• * '• "By this time,some of our people must be awaking to the consciousness that we are certainly to have a Presbyterian Literature. And 4f it is not furnished by, our< braneh of the _.church at least in part, the other, branch of the church will only have the mpre to do, and reap, larger results. It is certainly best for us to do bur share The action at Pittsburgh was in the ri ght _diction ernr New York "8 _^ ^^ Batisfactioii in wes t-We will only-remark that if the _Action at Pittsburgh "(the resolution to raise $25,000 _this_.year for_,Publication_^becomeB J _«_Ae1ac<iO7»; O / the _peopfa it,will _<give'great«atisfaction to the. memWof our Publication -Committee.- We-hi pe _*o .hear that the stream _ba8! commenced_^ .flow into . the Treasury for tnis important enterprise.1 ft _xser tamly M.time that _^establish it on* fim basis and enable it to do the work:desi gne...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

l&mtunu _^u%%iinm% AND THURSDA Y, JUNE 14, 1800. &. C. HOUGHTON, 1 JOIN ¥.f _EARS, J ""™- ASSOCIATED WITH ! _vALHftRT BARNES , . I GEORGE DUFFIELB3m. THOMAS BRAINERD, JOHN JBNK1NS. _tffiNRY CABLING, J THOMAS 3. _SiHEPHERli,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

§iiti|j _tof §_nklltymt The First Presbyterian Caureh of Viotor, _W. Y., are about to eredt a new church _edifice. It will be built of wood aticHn the Romanesque style df architecture, 63 feet in length by 40 feet in width, with a clock-tower and |nh|_j : ._together 125 feet in' he_^btj-The audience-room iwiil contain 64 slips, neatly npholatered, besides aft _ottfafa*. There will _aho be a convenient lecture apd i Sabbath school room, a prayer-meeting room, and fc' ladies' parlor—all above ground. The windows are to, be of stained glass throughout. The building will be heated by furnaces, and provided with a large bell. It is expected that the edifice will be .completed be* fore the commencement of the coming year. Rev. Ifr. Taylor, from UnionTheological Seminary, has accepted a call and entered upon the pastoral charge of the Congregational Church in Be Rdy. . • . . _i Third Churoh, Pittsbnrg.--There in a mission school connected with this church, with 300 scholars and 30 ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

Arrival op the Japanese in Philadelphia.— These foreigners, the object of great and very proper curiosity, arrived in our city on Saturday afternoon of last week. They passed along several of the principal streets in their route, and the day being cool and favorable, the populace poured out in vast throngs to see them. ; They were escorted by an imposing array of the military, and the spectacle of the procession passing by one of the principal intersections, as at Broad and Arch streets, had not a-little of grandeur in it. The strange faces of these swarthy wanderers from the remote East, the bond pf unity which they came to confirmbetween their own mysterious and interesting country and our own, the immense and eager multitude swaying to and fro like waves of the sea, sometimes threatening a terrible crush, the long files of troops, with banners and drums, and inspiring strains of music, all joined to form a pageant of uncommon and thrilling interest. And the Japanese: one...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

FOREnirl An Employer preaojiin£_[_t q|imen.—Four sad and fatal accidepts havelatel osdrred*at the,colliery owned by W_". R _^ PerrJns, Esc _.oMjlnecote hall, near Tamworth., . In _^ neither ins dee could any blame attach to the owner or ma: gers of the pits. Last Sunday Mr. _Perrins preach rti the coal field from Job, xiv. 14, to a congregati for the most part made up of working collie'rs, and timbering nearly 2,000 persons . His impressive ad _6$_s was listened1 to most attentively. " Mrs. Perrins i^'on'tbe ground busily distributing a tract speciall addressed to the workpeople. Turkey".—A colonel in t i'Turkish army has resigned his commission , of his wn accord, and returned to his native province, remo from the capital, for the express purpose of spendir the rest of his life in laboring for the spiritual ent h'tenment and salvation of his fellow-townsmen. He as bprn a Mohammedan, but now,-through the power < the Holy Spirit, he has, I trust, been born the secon _Ipm...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

NOTICES Presbytery of Columbus.—The next stated meeting of the Presbytery of Columbus, will be held in Lodi on the third Tuesday (the 19th) of this month.— The Records of the churches are to be presented at this meeting. IIirah Gregg, Stated Clerk. Dayton, June 5th, 1S60. The Presbytery of Erie will meet in the Presbyterian Church of Mi 11 creekon the fourth Tuesday of Juneinst., at 4 o ' clockp. k. Sessional Records required for examination. J. Vance, Stated Clerk. June 1st. - Tl»e Presbytery of Caynga will hold ita next stated meeting at Northville, on Tuesday, June 19tb, at 2 o'clock, p. m. Chaeles Haw let, Stated Clerk. Auburn, May 23, 1S60. The Presbytery of _Onongagra will hold its next stated meeting at _Collamer, on the third Tuesday [13th] of June next, commencing at 2 o'clock, p.». R. A. Avery, Stated Clerk. Liverpool, May 23, -I860. . The Presbytery of Buffalo will hold their stated meeting at St. Catherine ' s, on the third Tuesday [19th] of June, commencing at 5 o...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

THE GENERAL ASSEMBLY'S _ACTION ON _EDUCATION. The Standing Committee on .Education for .the'ministry ' to whom was referred the _rijpdrt of the Permanent Committee on the same subject respectfully submit the following _reporti • The attention of the Assembly is called to tjw occasion of gratitude to the great Head of the Church for the increasing* interest which is felt in this cause throughout our Churchy-for the continued prosperity of our Theological Seminaries, and especially for the success which has attended the* efforts to enlarge the endowments of Auburn aad Lane Seminaries. At tie same time we are called upon for more earnest prayer to the Lord of th& harvest, in view of the fact that the whole number of students in these institutions, and so far as we can learn, the whole number of candidates for the ministry in any stage of their education, is scarcely at ail in adttiritfe of that df the preceding year. The number _entering the ministry of our Church, from y...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

FOREIGN. Sicily.—The frightened despot of Naples has been attempting to prop bis desperate cause by lying bulletins, asserting that bis troops had beaten Garibaldi in two engagements and slain one of the rebel officers. But the can die-moulder of Staten Island has proved more than a, match for the infamous Bourbon. The first encounter between the patriots under Garibaldi and the Royalist troops occurred while, the latter were concentrating themselves upon Palermo and Messina.. General Landi could not resist the vigorous attack, and fled to Palermo, leaving behind him four guns, 100 dead, and a great many wounded. During his two days' march to gain that city, he was harassed on all sides by the population, and hotly pursued by Garibtildi's men. It is further said that Garibaldi, who has assumed the office and responsibility of Dictator, on behalf of the Sardinian Government, has entered Palermo at the head of nine thousand men, besides cavalry, and that the Neapolitan troops ...

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

Ottfi ISSUE m "SHALL BILLS." Banking _iastitutious in this and other states , are prohibited from issuing small bills, bat the-prohibition does not extend to such establishments as ours. We are therefore sending oat a number of such missives with our paper every week. Their value/J_^qweyer, depends wholly upon the manner _ia vtkfoh-they are regarded by the receivers. We hope those who find them, enclosed in .their papers wifi g ive them prompt attention. Mhny such replies as the following would be wefooine.:— Editors Am. Presbyterian. f; _. Dear Friends :-—" I enclose my draft on Bank for _$—~. _amount of billj whwh. I _enoloae for signature and return, I am obliged to you for thus-reminding me of a plain Christian duty. Yours truly, ¦ • - ¦'_^ ¦ -• ¦ i ¦ - i ** - • ' . • -; :<; ¦ : fit - , . Another sabforiber soy a:—" Sjace the receipt of your kind notice,informing or reminding, me of my indebtedness to you, I have not had money of a kind current with you, to meet you...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

ANNA CLAYTON THE GREAT PEDO-BAPTIST WORK I OE, THE INQUIEEE AETEE TEUTH. LINDSAY &BLAKISTON, Pcbliskebs and Booksellers, No. 25 South Sixth Street , above Chestnut , Philadelphia, Have recently published, ANNA CLAYTON; or the INQUIRER ajtes TRUTH, By the Rev. Francis M. Dihmick, of Cincinnati, 0. _^ 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, ingeniouslyarranged, 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. His just the book for general circulation, and will be popular , and Will prove a' timely antidote to the proselyting 1 zeal of oar Baptist friends, and will serve to enlighten and settle wavering minds on this subject."—American Presbyterian. " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

LATELY RECEIVED, BT SMITH, ENGLISH & GO., BOOKSELLERS. PUBLISSERS h IMPOBJERS. L-KITRTZ'S CHUBCH HISTORY. History of the Christian Church to the Reformation. ¦From the German of Professor Kurtz. With Emenda-1ions and Additions by the Rev. Alfred Edersheim, Ph. D. 8vo. cloth. Price, $1.50. ' :¦ ¦ _' .' II.-CHRISTIAHITY IK THE _FIRSI _CEHTITRY; Or, the New Birth of the Social Life of Man through the Rising of Christianity. By Chr. Hoffmann. Translated from the German 12mo. cloth. Price, $1.50. Ill -TOQKE'S BUELEY. The Diversions of Parley by John Home Tooke. With Numerous Additions trom the Copy prepared by the Author for Republication; to which is added his letter to John Dunning, Esq_; Revised and Corrected -with Additional Notes, by Richard Taylor, F. S. A., F. L. S. 8vo. cloth. Priee,;_$3.00. * S39 Any of the above sent by mail upon receipt of prices advertised. mWO WORKS, VALUABLE TO THE SICK OR X WELL. * Sent by mail, no pay expected until received, read and approv...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

ADVERTISEMENTS The Sabbath Hymn Book. , ' The Sabbath Tune Book. The Sabbath Hymn and Tome Book. Br Edwards A. Paek, D. D.; _Avsrm PirttPS, J_). D. { akd Lowell _Masok, De. of _Mtrsic. No better evidence of the appreciation of these books by the Christian public can be presented, than the fact, that though so recently completed, the publishers have already had occasion to printmore than sixty-six thousand copies of them. The books are furnished in various-sized type and styles of landing, thus meeting the wants of those who must consult economy, as well as of those who desire large type and elegant externals. A very convenient edition of the Hymn Book, in type as large and clear as that of ordinary I8mo. hymn books, is furnished at retail at fifty-six cents. A very neat and convenient edition of the Hymn and Tune Book, with type larger than that of many other higher-priced hymn and tune books, is supplied at retail &t eighty cents. Twenty per cent, discount from these ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

LINCOLN. WOOD & NICHOLS, CITY BOHMT STOB_1, 725 CHESTBtn Street, Philadelphia. Special attention paid to ©OODS TOM {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 — 14 June 1860

TH1 TOB&ABQ IN IOWA. Just as we were going, to press, we received from a correspondent and eye-witness in Mt. Vernon, Iowa, a graphic description of the-great tornado which originated in that part of the country. _Ifc will appear in our next issue. • '

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

_SHatriimes BELDEN— TIPPETT.-rMarried May 30th,by the Rev. % Thomas Brainerd, D. p., Mb. _Chables H. Bjeldes, to % Miss Rebecca Tippett. ' BUTLER—M'MILLEN.—Married May 31st * by the Rev. Thomas Brainerd, D. D., Ma. Edwabd R Bbtleh, to Miss Mattie G. M( MiLLi:i<r. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 14 June 1860

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