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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

ADVEETISEMENTS f| UFF»S MERCANTILE: COLLEGE MFU OR _PITTSBUBGH, WHEEIilNG,1[VIB6HNIA) AND BTJ.ELINGTON _. IOWA. 1'ounaed in 1840, and incorporated by the legislature of Pennsylvania,-with.perpetualcharter. . _^ : " ,.: . BOABD OBTBPSTEES His _Excellency, the Hon;Jamo3 Buchanan, President elect of the United _Statiesi . , • ;< _¦ ¦ ; •, .-] Hopf Judge Wilkiiis_, ' ... Hon. Charles Naylpr, Hdn. Judge Hampton, _; General J."Ks Moorhead, Hon. Judge Lowrio. -_ ¦¦ _; . .. BACULTY AT PEPCSBURGH. _S. BOTJ1 _President, authorof «< _DnflPsf Book-keeping" "The Western _Steamboat Accountant," &c; Professor, of the Principles and Practice of CouWe-Entry Book-keeping. A. T. HOWDEN, Professor of Mathematics and- adjunct Professor of .Book-keeping. ' , W:W._JbVWW , J_>_: \- ¦ -- • - ' ' ¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦' ¦¦ • -¦ ¦ -- ¦'¦" ¦ THOS. _McOARTY, 1 THOS. McOABB, \ Associate Profes'rs of Book-keeping. J. C.BT0CKT0N J J.: D. WHiLTAMSi'Professor of Commercial and Ornamental Penman...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

These inixims_^ bj; Dr. _^Franklin, _ilbi_^h _oftisn _jpriiiied _, ' _lopp libthingjjpC _jppir _^ by repetition: ¦ 'V- ' . - .. ' . ' ¦ ' , n ' ; _" _; ' '. --n ' ii-¦ ¦ •¦ ' _> ' _• 1. Plough deep while the sluggards sleep, and you will have grain to sell and to keep. ' 2. Pride is-as loud a beggar as want} and alde^; ' mprp_/saucy._r', ' ,,., _" ,v _'-.. - _' .,. ' . ¦' ,./ ' .. ' , ._i 3. SUks, satins, scarlets and velvets put out the, kitchen fire. ; 4. Diligence is the mother of Good Luck. 51 Pridp breakfasted,/with plenty, dined with ppverty, and. suppeel ytiih. infamy. 6. Extravagance and [ improvidence end at _theiprison door. _= ;/ < - : r 7. It is easier to build two chimneys than keep one in fuel. ': " l "_' ' ' :: ': '; _. : _-" ¦ -. " ¦:¦ _'_< r 8. If, _$pu .i; ' would: ''' kri_^w ' .r tie, .Vf ' _yjri_^ mpney_,go; and try to borrow some. . * 9. The; .eye of the .master will do more work than both his hands. ? : 7/; 10. What maintains One vice w...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

SI1.VKJ11F1.ATKD'WiAJUH_^_- ' -: <'-''; •¦¦¦ - , -i ¦ - .; . .. . ¦ • '¦ ¦¦ -.: i h ¦ _¦ ¦ , ' _Manufactured by JOHN O. MEAD & iSpNS The oldest and most experienced elecieo _puxeks in the ..--.... ¦ ;¦ ... United States; :., • .•; . ..f _" _; . TEA SETS AND: URNS,"" ' ""' ' PITCHEB8, GOBLETS, TUBEE.NS, &c, Ac, ¦ :. OF ., " ...... ......,.-. ¦ The moat elaborate and richest patterns . ' • . - ¦ . _- .-.. " to America., _, ' • ¦ ¦¦>;¦ ¦¦¦ _? . _- _" > ¦ ' • ¦¦. ¦¦ ' " ' : " _AiBoi ' . " " ' " ' ' ¦'¦'' . _' ¦ _' . SPOONSi _FOBKS, _JiADEES, FBUIT, TEA- AND TABLE ...'• •¦'¦ • . .::. KNiyjSS, SSTC. ,_;."" :.._...-..::. _ITOi IB SoutB Hmtii Street* _»Db¥_8 _Obegtirat ¦ '.:_' : :.'! '• - Near the GirardHonse, se27-ly * ¦ , PlnladelRhia. , _WTEW _PCBLICATIOMS BY THE AMBRI. Ill: CAN _TBACTiSOCIETY, 308 Ches&ni'Streeir,! _Phili_< delphia. ¦ .; ... ., ,-...:¦ , .-.,,. .... . .. _;.. ,.. The ' Pilgrim " Boy; pp. 144, 18mo., wiith fflnitrat...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

Kor the Presbyterian Banuer and _AdToctte. _; J_^edicatioii. The Presbyterian church of Guilford, Medina Co., Ohio, have been employed, the past year, in building a new church-edifice, which* was _> dedicated totthe worship offGod on Thursday, the fifteenth day of January. The sermon, on the ¦ occasion, was preached by the Rev. James W. Hanna, of Canal Fulton, from 1. Kings viii: ,27.: _But willGodji indeed, dwell, on the earth ? It was an able and appropriate discourse, and was listened to by a large and respectable audience. The village of Seville, in which this house of worship is built, is a pleasant and flourishing village, about thirty-six miles South of Cleveland. ;_- i :; : - The Presbyterian church ft was organized jin this place, in June, 1831. Since its. organization, there have beentwo secessions from it; i The first was in 1836, and.consisted of those who adopted the Oberlin yisws of theology. They formed themselves \irito.a Congregatiqniat church,, and have ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

1BfTlfiK.JfiSTIW<* POBLICATIOKSr-:The Presbyterian Board of Publication have lately s&. ded to their Catalogue the following valuable and interesting books for the Sabbath School and the Family: li A'Day with the Haymakers. Written for the Board of Publication. * l8mo., pp. 72. Price 15 cts. 2. The First Sabbath Excursion, and its Conseqneaces 18_mon pp-72._H Price 15 cts. 3. William Bartlett, or the Good Son; The Contested Seat; Lessons of the Stars; and Who is the Happiest Girl' ltoa,_ppwlC% -Hricol6,and . 2qetB. 4. Learn to Say ' K "»or the City Apprentice. Written for the Board of' Publication. 18mo_, pp. 122. Priee 1» and 25 cents. ...•.-5. footprints of " Popery, or Places wh_^re Martyrs have Suffered. 18mo.. pp. 177. Price 25 and 30 «ts. 6. Rhymes for;the Nursery. 18mo., pp. 91. Priee 20 ami 25 cents. ¦" * . ¦- ' ' ¦ '_- ':* ¦ '•'¦ • ¦: 7..Select Stories _*_ji? Little Folks. Compiled byAddie. 18mb.. pp. 216. Price 30 anff35 cts. 8. Kenneth ForBes, or-Fourte...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

BOOTS AND SHOESBOOTS AUBSHOES. _-• -_^JAMES _BOBBj No. 89 Market! 8treefi'b¥twee&' _thb MarketHouse and Fifth Street, would call the attention of his friends and customers, andall others who may favor Kim with their trade, that_[for the future he will be found atiis New Shoe Stoni. a?,&lioye, _wjth. an entirely New Stock of Boots; Shoes, Waiters!, - _aiii,i«,_i s; i'aim Leaf,' _PedalJTustin,and Braid Hats, &c; consisting, in part of Gents' Fai_>cy Opera Boots. Congress Gaiters, Oxford TiesAc., Ac; Ladies', _Misaes' and Ghildrens' Fancy Boots, Gaiters_^ Ties; ' Slips', £_&¥&& _J«afUi Boys'iand Youths' _Breas BpotBy_^_hoeB, Ties mi Pumps. • " ' r" ~'t ~" ' '_" .. '" , ¦ His stock is one of the largest ever opened in this ' city, and embraceseverythtogwornty the.ladies of PhUadelphiaand New York, and, ho trusts, cannot ML to _pMasraU. Great ca _Zf ' _¥ been tokeia > to _Meeting Ithe; cfcoice&t goods, all'of which h...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

_«« Market _.ndqhestent «^lfi*SSSSfeS immmmmm iiiisii_^ ¦ _^ _^ _^ _^ _^ _^ Constantly, for_^saJe -_^_H^?_"^*8' »the Eastern cities Books, 8taWarda«d'_^w?_uhlK_?' _KWli; *®ortment; of meats of Kteratnr_^_ThS_^$$ons _to the ™™*a «epart-^te y,_Nat^^^^|Kei fa_£_oti,m8tory,Bfograph : Books, J>ubUcation8 _ofl & ' _&&&**& _^le_£ ¦ ***&&? and v other 86_clfltft« " »»^'• _-* ? ni °_n> Tmet, Evangelical, Schools/ B0 ? aea6 % anda_*&&_%._;o>; Books for _lunoay

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

5ROM GIT'S CUJHfflJSBCIAIt _COLtJEGif AT _PIlTSBUKGrli, PKxMSSYLVAMA. ' _CllARTEaKIi AWtlt, 1S65. HAVING A FACULTY OF TEN TEaCHKRs TWO HUNDRED AND SEVEN STUDENTS IN DAILY ATTJEXDANCE , and the School Rapidly Increasing LARGEST _W _J_™ ™*O™*a <»XMZRCUL THREE SILVER MEDALS Awarded to this College, by the Ohio, Michigan , and _Penn sylvania State _Faite, in 1865 and 1856, for the best Bu=ine-« and Ornamental Writing. IMPROVED SYSTEM OF BOOK-KEEPING , Taught by a practical business man, who _published _apotm. lar work on Book-keeping as early as 1819. In nooiher Commercial College is Book-keeping taught by & Teacher having an equal amount of experience in teaching, _ard Rusinpjs!! Practice. TERMS, &c Full Commercial Course, time unlimited, - - - - $35.00 Average time to complete a thorough Course, 6 to 12 _wetksi Can enter at any time—review at pleasure. Board per week ' $2.50 to $3.00. Prices for tuition and board—-healthiest city in the Union—its great varie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

RATElS OF DISCOUNT 00BBBCM5B _WIBKiSJfOB THIB _PAJflS. PBNN8TI._VASIA. KKW JBB3BT & DBLAWAB*. Banks of Pittsburgh, par All solvent banks, _M Banks of _PhUaflelpMM pa' _' VIBGINIA. Bank of _Chambersbnrg, M All solvent banks, % Bank of Gettysburg, % UOBJHCAE.OI.IHA. Bank of _MlSdletown, M A]1 soiv«_at banks, 2 Erifb«|8_? _^ ¥ SOUTH CAB01IHA. I'*m. &:4-oT.WaynesFg,_MAll 8blTentb*nSs ' 3 Franklin bk- WaBMngton, par / GBOBGIA. Harrisburg bank; % All _solventf banks, 8 Honesdale bank, . 94 ' thnnbSSB». Bank of Warren, % AUsolTenttonki,: 4 York bank % • rr-B,-n mr,r<irr Belief Notes, % , *_$_**_"_£*_%: j> AUother solvent _Danks, par AH solvent banks, 54 ohio. > isdiaka; _^ _^ State bankand brancheB. % State bank and bran«he_%_; f£ All other solvent banks, % -MISSOUBI.., K3BW _BNbiASD. Bank of State oiF_^Missouri, % _AU solvent banks, '.:_!:• _^ ; . : '; :WISOOKSBSr. ; _^ . ' .-. SEWIOBE. _Mar.*i1reIns.Cq.5hf dks,5i New York City, "" . " par " * ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

HEWBT H0T», . . ../-r K_^BLfc_?1 _^ ¥_&* _W«ifc_*-M,S& I_^_M_^r_^^-2 _^11 _* *?6111 _*™ °_* Bar, SheetHoop an iS6S£_&*_P_* -&_* _^8; _^F _^ Wr-PuncheclBail* _Mr _tlfvfWr1 _^ " Water Steeet, betrireeiii Wood and _^ _aiarKei. > - : • ¦ ¦ •> . - .,- ocgs-Sm _M7J m--m.m-;i w t ah b _v r h us. flim, A-_^RITTOir * CO;; MAl_^JFACTURBRS, 4 _WHOLESALE AND RETAIL ¦*-* •'• -;¦ . ¦ ¦ ¦ : ¦ -" ' . ¦ ¦ :¦ ' DEALBBS- ' - $_?_£M**?*_% SECONB .Street, aboye Market, PhJUadelpbia-FA_^CY_% 6 T_^f_^ell fe _^li n _f _W_^SoSSS of PLAIS _airf g_^^ .-M2NPB of _anyqUie_^ eBtablishmentin the _United _^_i^^^^^*^ ***^_84 *>- ' G_*e ns a call, and Batisfy,your8elvep.. ; _fy feS4y _OXFORD. _WSHI_^B COLLEGE, _mPU _hKV -PrlJ2_S^" O_^S_$9r «5wre of ***<> Synod of CincinnatittSSS_^_te_*^' S_6ott »_l >- »•» «*ed by eight _assist e_* _^ _tfS_^_9_«f.'from $30 to $90 per _session of t» _monins. Bcholarrfaps at rates stttl lower. The bnildiBg* a...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

_jTfKHTBLAI. ACADBSMY _, A1? AIRY _VEEW» mSf': Tuscarora .Valley, Juniata Cbunly,Pa., one-fea_'111 °! %, mile from the PerryBville Station of Pennsylvania Ba» Taod. ' " •' ¦ •• " ¦ ¦ .. ¦ - _'.¦;:':¦¦ . ¦ -.' . - ' ¦¦ . ¦¦¦* [The Summer Session- win commence on Monday, the 1«* Of April. Whole expense per _sewion of twenty-two _weeW> forBoard, RoomTuitioni _TTashing ana _Incidenteta,$55, _PW_" able one-half madvance, ¦ jOST-See Circulars. ; * •" • DAVID _WILSON , marlS-ly Principal and Proprietor, Port Roy&J_ P i!t_ r ?!._ffi?^ nawoisr-ThistoStSution_, under chW-r of thePresbytofy of Eock Biveria now open for the recer ^^te t Having a location pleasSt, healthfal. _^ _Stfhi_^_SfV^?11 *_W» _«»4 _effidenTSSps of teacher* it w hoped that It wfll: receive the patronage of the _poM*; For, terns of tuition, hoard, &c «mnlv toanvmemW1 Bof _BlveJ. Presbyter?, _K_^_pS_^_f/X l_^f_0 _-_^_a i _; REV.W.W. HABSHA-/^ST »_i*>ird.S._^_eefeibOTe Hne. _WiHiamsporti Pa JyS...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

-nKULSr warns _trnmuLsi bbm_^s i— vtM mmm _tSuSh•_iS_16 ?8 & _cpmfietition_/and which istteS-28- _A^^^_xmva mm.J oc_^_lyeoir : ; West Troy, Albany _QaZfrV

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

"nrE IMV_1T.K THLE AfTEHTIOH OF ff' . the public tothe- • t PHILADELPHIA HOUSEKEEPING DRY GOODS STOS£, where may be found a large assortment of all kinds ot Dry Goods, required In furnishing ft house, thus saving the. trouble usualljv experienced in hunting such _articla* Id various places. In'consequence of our giving our attsntion to this kind.of._stpckj t° . the exclusion of _Uresi and fancy goodswe can guarantee our prices and _stylei to be the most &vorable in the market. . , ! _|.IN LINEN GOODS we are able to give .perfect _satisfiiction, being the _oidssi esiabushxd _Lssbx Ssosx ra ths _oty, and having been fop more; then twenty years regular,importers from some of;the Vest 'manufacturers in Ireland- We offer also a hvrge stock of ¦¦•• ;:;;' . _- . ¦ ."i : ,. ¦:¦¦:¦ ' ¦ _' •• ¦;. . ¦ FLANNELS AND MUSLINS, of the ' best _qualities to be obtained, ' and at the very lowest prices.: Also,; Blankets, Quilts, _gheetang8, Tickingp, Damask Table Clothsand Napkins, Towelling...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

iwSipAL_^bks." knci'' * * Bnm» _Aj_* ?_baJe_«Bociated themselves in the practice of Med _TKnK ^^'U0 !^?^1 _**_- _? 3 *?* residence, No. 112 «rth Street, opposite the Cathedral. = ' _. _^ _' v_^ wfflattend at the office daily, and may be consultedatjbis residence, in East I-iterty; in the mornmgi M_0E © _IA. _JUMASSlCAIdlSSVVim 'Mfm-TWR _ . ._o_^_Sffl_^i_^_osaipn of this Institute wiU eommence on _xueaaay,May 1st. ' - - •.._».. I ' lm?!?1 _^^7 '*®1 ™* _^^_e _Drag rtore of A.ir. Gayley_, r _wSSmSSW_? ._^_Mhil ? del Phla 'at *» Book store oi *_£7*2_&£ai $£1 _^ streets, and aftte Education ttOomB,_^65tGhestnut street,or.address _^ ; -\ _^ , / ' Rev. J.M.fi AYLEY. _apurtf . . Modia.Del.Co..Pa_. mu ^?S»_J _otetQWn > MPntgomeiry ComntyPa. _%f _^_S _^i_^6 _Mtmtion_^ _comment November 4th. .For Circulars; with _fullparficiilars, address &lv t _^ I _^ _KEy. W. R _E WORK, seid-iy , Principal and Proprietor.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 March 1857

The Horse in the _Stable. Let the' horse feed as naturally as possible in the stable. He has been furnished with.a, Iqiag neck in_^pr_^der that he " may.: reach down to feed, as he.does in the pasture,.and not that he may; reach up and pull out a small lock of hay from the rack. Give a horse a manger ¦ .to feed out of, so that , he may en|oy eating, and do not oblige him to ;¦'* p'_-'i.. -.. > '.ii-..1 !;_-*;-, ; Ui_^ 'iK-.-y ' - : ~x' " •' ''!'_-j1 _-_'"'-" :-' ' steal his fodder from a rack with narrow spaces, as though he did not deserve his keeping. It is thought that a horse will waste his hay if he is fed from a manger j but he will not, if he has good hay, given in proper quantities. The best horsemen say, feed a horse as you do yourself. Give him his breakfast, dinner, and supper, and nothing between meals. It is a mistaken kindness that keeps hay continually before a horse. When he has more hay before him than he can eat up clean, he wastes it, or eats more tha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

This Redeemer is the LordiJesus Christ; and "being the eternal Spa of God," in the fulfillment of this covena it of grace, he "became man by taking to|iimself a true body and a reasonable soul ;j Jr and thus he came into the world in the li] _eness of sinful flesh.—Sh. Cat., Q. 21, 22;. Rom.; y iii: 8. He took: our nature upon hiri j: assumed our place, as our legal head arid; representative, our surety and our substitute |: and suffered and died in our: stead. Thu _^ he met the demands of the law for us, s tisfiecl _^ ttie. justices of God, made an _aiynt ment foi* sin, brought-in an everlasting 1 _lightedusnessj opened the door of hope _ani'salvation, and ma,de.it,possible for God to?I B;just, and.yet the j _ustifter of them which b lie ye in Jesus; and how through this man is preached unto you, and offered unto you, he forgiveness of sins; and by Mm, alii iatbelieve are justified from all things.—f&fen. ix: 24j Acts_.xui: 38,,,39; _Komfig_^_to_^ That law which you hav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

- Jfor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Belierion; OR. IiEXTBRS TO A FRIEND ON THE DOCTRINES AND DUTIES OBTHE BIBLE. Letter IX.—Bin and Salvation. Sin is the transgression of the law.—-1., John ;; iir: 4.' _'; _" ': T> - " ' . , ; ' ¦ \ :'r . ; " ' "' ' , " ; _' " . . ' _Chtiat haffi redeemed us from the curse of the law.—GAi.iii: 13. • ; .; '- ; ... "/¦ '"'' . _' ../'. ': . My Deak Friend :—-In my last, I tried to tellyou what sin is; it is "any want of conformity unto, or transgressibn of the law of God;" and it is both original and actual. —rrShV Gat., :.Q. 14—18. "Sin is opposition to the nature, law, and government of God, which exposes the soul to his wrath and _cursed"—Bible Dictionary, published by the Presbyteiian Board of Publication. Here, then, ypuseethe ill-desert of-sin. It offends God; it breaks.his law; it mars Ms works; it brings misery and death upon Ms creatures; and what does it deserve? What punishment can equal, its enormity, and it_$ turpitud...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

, _^¥est_«ai Correspondence. : Dr. M'Kmney :-_^-In commencing this penes of letters, it j was ;myi design_^ among other things, to .give your rreaderaan i _. dea of matters connected with our Old School Presbyterian _churches in the Noirth-West _; to keep them advised of their progress _^ ; and of all _i matters touching their interests. In prosecuting, fthisjobjeet,,.:J_^^ ;have > alluded; to the peculiar; facts exhibited in ; the.. history and present condition of our churches inHour lar_^e cities \~ have kecounted for the comparative weakness of'tbiose churches, and the fact that :in ;' towns of eight or ten thousand inhabitants, -and ;-,in,;.(;nira. i r _sdistriete, and_^ yijiagei, our, _Buccess as ,a X?_Bwc^^^s_^eettr _iTO introduced and' _discussed, the "question' ' "of education, as connected'with! our branch of the family of Christ, and have endeavored to, stir up ,/*the_, pure minds" of my _brethren |o a_; greater zeal and activity upon this most importanti subje...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

L For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. I Baptism.—Ko. 9. Escaping from the desert, and shaping our wse to the _^North-East, at length we reach i luxuriant plain of Damascus, one of the bur Paradises " of Eastern poetry. Ening the oldest city in the world, and passg.along the street called Straight, we come _$he house of* Judas, where we find I SAUL OF TARSUS. Ananias comes in , and puts his hands on p; and what follows? "He received ht forthwith, and arose and was bap-3d."—Acts ix : 18. Ananias had said to b, " And now, why tamest thou? Arise I be baptized."—Chap, xsrii: 16. The gua_^e of the original is very expressive: %stns ebaptisthe _, "rising, or standing up, was baptized." And so in .the parallel iage, anastas baptisai, " rising up, be jtized." And it is fairly implied that It received baptism immediately, on rising p his couch, and without leaving the II. Our Baptist friends suppose there n ellipsis , or omission of some words m sentence, to be supplied by the rea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 14 March 1857

_WJEPHQW1 '68 _^^6 _^ principles, our feelings contend against jivy _^ ajSi attjanny_^tiiout a leader, a_^d _^ _areJfHlpi_^ner vanquished than._victoripjis._w .,,:|- ^^/^^. I Mm3?H>is like i a flash :of >l%htning, that breaks through a gleam of oloudsj and fglitters t !pr a,.mome_^,;,jCheerfulness keeps a k_^nd of dayiightt in t|e/mina , and fills it with a steady and perpetual serenity. _; ¦;_- _, Wood anb jA^^&_^Bi-HLt is stated on good, scientific authority_^ that as wood contains a great quantity of oxygen, and _antfcieitei ckMTione_^JlM from an apartment when wood5 is used for fuel, than when anthracite; eoal is used, lor this reason, the atmosphere oi: apartments heated wjtn wpodis more genial, and wp_^ d is more healthy, and'requires less cold air from the outside *tP "supply'the_^ fire. SAViNG-T-rTlie origin_. of wealth; is in a moral, feeHngj_^eif-denial. « Here, is something ' I will not consume or ' . throw away—- _* rill'tafce care 'of it...

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