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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

Presbyterial Notices. The PR1SBYT1RY OB1 DONEGAL trill hold its next stated meeting In tho Presbyterian church of Columbiaon Tuesday, April 14th, at 7 o'clock P.M. Sessional Records, written Sessional Beports on the State of Religion, and Statistical Reports, will be called for at this _meeting. JOHN FABQUHAK, Stated Clerk., The PRESBYTERY OV ROCK RIVER will hold its stated Spring meeting in the _Presbyterian church, at AndoTer, Henry County, on Tuesday, April 21st, at 7 o'clock P. M. Sessional Records, and _Assessments for Contingent Fund_, will be called for. 8. T. WILSON, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF ST. CL AIRSVILLB will meet at Mount Pleasant, oa the Third Tuesdayof April, at 11 o'clock A. M. Sessional Records, Statistical Reportsand Congregational Settlem*ntB, will be called for. Members wilt come prepared to pay the money assessed for the _Commiasionsra' Fund. JOHN _MOFFAT, fctated Cierk. The PRESBYTERY OF CHICAGO will hold its next regular meeting at _Karlville, on the ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

PROSPECT US or PRESBYTERIAN BANNER AND Jbirotate-The Banner Is P_«bU*_hed weekly, to the oities of _Htti , _borghand Philadelphia,and is adapted to general dnmlathnp in the Presbyterian Church. TERMS IN CLUBS of twenty, and upwards, i_^_g™™ DELIVERED in either of the cities, 1.75 « « ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. For eight Uses,or less, one insertion 60 cents; each subsequent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. For eight lines, three months, $8.00. Xach additional lias 25 cents. For eight lines, One Tear, (10.00. Each additional line tl. Cams of two lines, $6 a year, and $1 fas each additional line. _BusnusB Nonets, of ton lines or less, One Dollar. _JEach additional line, 6 ctnt>. • _MST Communications recommendatory of Inventions, Me Jical PracticeSchools, Ac. &c, being designed for _tine peat Mary benefit of Individuals, should be paid for m Business Notices. Bziox by mail, where no good pportunity is otherwis...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

' [_ADVSEI1SEMBNI. ' ' . ' Fashionable _Cxothiiig for men and boy's, cut with taste, and made with care, will be found at Carnaghan 's, near the Post Office, Allegheny city. Special attention is given to boy's wear, and fashion, blended with neatness and taste in the production of every garment. A fine assortment of Spring Goods has just been opened, to which the attention of buyers is invited. CoatsvniB Mai_^lnd Female Academy.—The Catalogue of this Institution for 1856-57, shows ft total of 79 pupils. The " Curriculum," arrangements, principles, &c, &c_, are well set forth. Z. C. " Cochran, A. M., is the Principal. Markets. Pittsburgh* Asms—Pearls. 7a7_%c. Vote, _6j_^@7c. Soda Ash, 8_^_£ Amis—$4.00@4.60 perbbl. Bean*—Small white, $2.62@2 76 per bush. Butter and Egos—Butter, 20c. _JSggs, 12_%@14c. Brooms—$1.25(_S2.50. _Djukd Froit—Peaches,$350. Apples,$2.00@225. Pbathbes—55c. per D>. FLOtra—Wheat, $5.00@5.50. Eye, $3.68. Com Meal. 60c Buckwheat, $2.25@2.5...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

' ¦•/ _! ' D V E fill S EMENTS. A HIGH 8CHOOI,.—A HIGH SCHOOL - will be opened in the Borough of Tarentum, Allegheny County, Pa., for Males .and Females, on the 16th oi April. For particulars, apply to ma21-4t* MActCPS ORMOND_, Tarentum. TUSC 4RORA. FEMAX. B SEMINARYAT ACADEJ1IA, Juniata County, Pa.—This Institution has"thoee advantages and attractions that pertain to a thorough and comprehensive system of educationconducted by experienced and skillful teachers, and a location in a very healthful region, away from towns and villages, and in the midst of charming scenery. Expenses' $120 per annum; with music,. $150. The Summer Session, will commence May 5th. mh21-6t . E. HINDS, Principal. _STEUBENVIlitiE _VEBIAXK SEMINARY. —This Institution will commence its 2_Uth year the F1KST MONDAY OF MAY, under arrangements which will add greatly to its efficiency and prosperity. The Rev. Dr. BJ&A'ITY continues, its Superintendent; with Prof. A. M. Reid as Principal of the School, Re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

|ta _§_f arimmt Book-Keeping. Our good city of Pittsburgh furnishes to her youth, and to ail young men of the country who desire instructipn, facilities of the first order for acquiring a Mercantile education. It is not, however, our present intention to commend our Collegiate institutes, but rather to speak of a> work lying before us which is admirably adapted to instruct those engaged in the inland and maritine commerce of the country, in the keeping of their accounts. It is Duff's North Americak Accountant. The systems of Single and Double Entry Book-Keeping, are presented with much fullness and clearness, exemplifying the modern improvements in the science, with a new and certain method of detecting errors and proving the Ledger. The work is highly spoken of by Merchants,' Bankers, and others, in different cities of the Union; and the examination, we have been able to give it, disposes us to join in the commendation. The book is a Royal Octavo of 222 pages, of goo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

_Iprrii In Sewickleyville, Pa., on the evening of the 26th of February, by Rev. James Allison, Mr. Henderson D. Wiley, of Allegheny City, to Miss Mast E. Ingram, of Sewickleyville. On the evening of the 18th of February, by. Rev, Joseph Stevens, Mr. John P. G. Long, of Juniata County, Pa., to Miss Frances C. _Uaixahbr, youngest daughter of Hon. John M. Gallaher, of Pine Creek Township, Clinton County, Pa. On the evening of the 34th of February, Mr. Samuel Brown; of Nittany Valley, to Miss _Sasah C. Griebyoungest daughter of Jttev. John H. Grier, of Jersey Shore, Pa. February 25th, by Rev. _Wmi Hunter, Mr. Micnm Bebkt to Miss Lavina Johnson, both of Beaver County, Pa. At Lisbon, Linn County, Towa, on January 19th, by Rev. A. S. Thorne, Dr. John _S.-Wosow to Miss Ans E. Bseohee. At Amity _parsonsge. March Sdby Rev. Wm. P. _Harvison Mr. Cephas D. Condit to Miss _Hawnah Biggs, all of Wash Ington County, Pa. • ¦ On February 24th, at Jamison's Hotel, by Rev. G. W, ShaiSer_, Mr. Jacob ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

Eemembering1 Christ at the Communion Table. We are permitted to publish the following —i i. a. — it on. - rxr_^_ir „•„ *_% _ir_^_ii_^._t* „ new work soon to be issued by the American Sunday School Union. Remember, then dear reader, what Christ says to you. Remember him in what he was, what he became, what he did, wbat he is, and what he will be. How terrible is he as an enemy, and how estimable is he as a friend I—a friend always at hand, able and willing to help, able and ready to advise, and able and ready to protect. His grace is sufficient for every trial, and nis strength adequate to every weakness; and you may come with boldness to his throne of grace, in the assurance that you shall there obtain grace and mercy in every time of need. Let past experience embolden and encourage you to do this in humble, cheerful ' and joyful remembrance of him, by whose grace you have come , thus far. Here devote yourself to him, and implore his grace, that you may strive even until death...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

t$e §iJjk For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Bible _^rratives.-: -Jl"o. 23. THE WAR OF THE KINGS.—GEN. XIY. That there had been war before this, can hardly be doubted. The deluge was prp. bably a punishment for " the wickedness o man," not only in the murder of individuals, but in the destruction of families and tribes. Even, if we pass the Bible notice of the establishment of the kingdom of Nimrod, which could hardly be peaceful, the tweivo years servitude of the kings of Siddimcoukl scarcely be brought about, without either _thn actual march of armies into the midst, or,thi • knowledge of their existence, and of the effect of their prowess in other countiie.< and other times. This, however_^ is the _fire_^ recorded war; and it is described in Biblo history to show us Abraham's prominence arid power, and how a separation from hu* family, now the covenant people of God, was followed by suffering and loss. It may throw some light upon the circum stances of this ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

Hops fob My Countby, showing the Divinity of Jesus Chriht, and his Care over bis Church, &g exhibiting in the past History of our Country. In i wo Parts. Part I. pp. 64, 8vo. By J. J. Jantway, D.D, New Brunswick: Press of J. Terhune. This is an admirable production, of an octogenarian, pious, sound, patriotic. The author presents us with four reasons for his hope. I. Jet)us Christ, our Redeemer, is truly God, having universal power, in heaven and on earth. II. He has provided Ms saints an abode in North America, where they enjoy civil and religious liberty. III. He hasi given the reviving influences of his Spirit. IT. His Saints are spreading abroad the influence of religious troth, by Bible and Missionary Societies, &c, and exerting a salutary influence on the affairs of the nation. These are truths and facts which the Christian can contemplate with bright anticipationswhile he feels their influence in urging him forward to act well bis part in all religious and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

OXFORD FEMALE SB_2IINABY, 1 CHESTER COUNTY, PA. The Winter Session, of five months, will commence the i~ Wednesday in November. Expenses, for Boarding, Fuel, Light and Tuition in the _En - glish branches, $80 per Session. Ancient and Modern _Lsc _guages, each $5. Lessons on tbe Piano, and use of Instr. ment, $15. Painting and Drawing, each $5. Or the pa; ment of $80, will include the whole. A daily stage connects with the cars at Newark, Del., si also at _Parkesburg, Pa. Address J.M. DICKEY, or . Oxford,Sept. 20,1856 SAMUEL DICKEY, Orfc-d, rt sep29-tf - "¦- B. RENSHAW, _FAUDLT OJS.UC1SU «JP • 253 Liberty Streethas an excellent stockcom--ink the largest, fallest_, and most complete assortment r CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, FINE GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, SPICES, PICKLES, SAUCE DOMESTIC AND FOREIGN PRESEBTED _FRUIIi_, CINCINNATI HAMS, AMD DRIED BEEF, FLOUR, FISH, 4c, ' To be found in this market. He would call tbe sp?_6 attention of proprietors of boarding schools at a _distant his stock, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

SA VING FUND OP THE _NATIONAL SAFETY TRUST COMPANY—Walnut Street, South West corner of Third, Philadelphia. Incorporated by the State of Pennsylvania. . Money _le _roeoived ia _*ny sum, _tar_^o orflui»ll, _amO interest paid from the day of deposit to the day of withdrawal. The office is open every day,from 9 o'clock in tbe morning til! 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock. Interest Five Per Cent. • All gums, large or smallare paid back in gold, on demand without notice, to any amount. This _Company confines Us business entirely to the receiving of money on interest. The investments, amounting to nearly ONE MILLION AND A HALS'OF DOLLARS! as per published report of ASSETS, are made in conformity with the provisions of the Charter, in REAL J5STATE, MORTGAGES, GROUND RENTS, and such first-class securities as will always insure perfect security to the depositors, and which cannot fail to give permanency and stability to this old and well-esta&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

B UFF'S'MIRCASTILK _wisuauxxm OF PITTSBURGH, WHEELING, (VIRGINIA) AND b U KLINGTON. 10 W A. Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature o' Pennsylvania, with perpetual charter. BOARD OFTRUSTKES, His Excellency, the Hon. James Buchanan, President elect of the United States. Hon Judge Wilkins, Hon. Charles Naylor, Hon. Judge Hampton, General J. K. Moorhead, Hon. Judge Lowrio. FACULTY AT PITTSBURGH. P. DUFF, President, author of " Duff's Book-keeping," " The Western Steamboat Accountant," &c; Professor oi the Principles and Practice of Double-Entry Book-keeping: A. T. _HUWDBN , Professor of Mathematics and adjunct Professor of Book-keeping. W. H. DUFF, 1 thos. Mccarty, THOS. McC ABE, \ ¦ Associate Profes'rs of Book-keeping. T.G.JONES, J. C. STOCKTON, j J. D. WILLIAMS, Professor of Commercial and Ornamen tal Penmanship, the best Business and Ornamental Penman in the United States. N. B. HATCH, Professor of Commercial Law and Politics Economy. ' Hon. Judge SHANNON and ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

BOOTS AND SHOES, BOOTS AND SHOES* —JAMES ROBB, No. 89, Market Street, between the Market House and Fifth Street, would call the attention of his friends and customers, and all others who may favor him with their trade, that for the future he will be found at bis New Shoe Store, as above, with an entirely New Stock of Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, Slippers; Palm Leaf, Pedal,_Tustin,and Braid Hats, &c; consisting in part of Gents' Fancy Opera Boots. Congress Gaiters, Oxford TiesAc, &c; Ladies'j Misses' and Childrens' Fancy BootsGaiters, Ties, Slips, &c, very beautiful; Boys' and Youths' Dress Boots, Shoes, Ties and Pumps. . His stock is one of the largest ever opened in this city, and embraces everything worn by the ladies of Philadelphia and New Yorkanaho trusts, cannot fail to please all. Great care has been taken, [in selecting the choicest goods, all of which he warrants-He also continues to manufacture, as heretofore, all descriptions bf Boots and Shoesand his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

_HJORTH SKWICKLEY ACADFffiY, BEAj._^1 VJBR COTJNTY, PA.—-Rev. _Hejhht WebberPrincipal. Thepresent Session will close on the 19th of March. The Summer Session will commence the THIRD WEDNESDAY IN APRIL. This Institution is designed for both Males and Females. Strict attention is paid to the improvement of pupils in all those respects in which parents desire most to see their children advance, lor terms, &c, see published Catalogue. .. _-¦¦ •_. . fe28-3m TUBS TJSDERSIGNBD HAS BBBIV AP POINTED Receiving Agent and Treasurer, for the fol lowing Church enterprises, in the Synods of PITTSBURGH ALLEGHENYWHEELING, AM) OHIO, viz : The General Assembly's BOARD 03? DOMESTIC MISSIONS; the General Assembly's BOARD OF EDUCATION the General Assembly's CHUROH EXTENSION COMMITTEE, (St. Louis); and the FUND FOR SUPERANNUATED MINISTERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. Correspondents .will please address him as below, stating distinctly the Presbytery and ChurcJifrom which contributions are sent; and whe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

_wmPOaTAIIT BIBLICAL WORK I ANALYTICAL CONCORDANCE of the ORiTHB BTBLB PRESENTED UNDisR DISTINCT AND CLASSIFIED HEADS OR TOPICS. By John Eadie, T>. D., LL. D., Author of "Biblical Cyclopaedia, " "Condensed Concordance," &c, &e-One volume octavo. 836 pp. Cloth. $3. The Publishers would call the 8peci»lattentionof Clergy men, and others, to gome of the peculiar features of _thii g'reatwork. , _1. It is a concordance of subjects, not of words. In this respect, it differs entirely from the common concordance; neither is, therefore, a substitute for the other, and both are indispensable as a part of Biblical apparatus. 2. It embraces all the topics, secular' as well as religious, naturally suggested by the entire contents of the Bible, m tbia respect it differs from Scr.ptnre Manuals and Topical Test-Books, which are confined to theological or doctrinal topics. 3. It contains the entire contents of the Bible unabridged, differing nothing from the ordinary B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

INT ERESTING PUBLICATIOS_, The Presbyterian Board of Publication have hi, • ded to their Catalogue the following valuable and _ha_^ ing bobkB for tbe Sabbath School and the Familv: " 1. _Apay with the Haymakers. Written, for the _l*(>_. Publication. 18mo., pp. 72. Price 15 cts 2. The First Sabbath Excursion, and its Conseco-ISmo.. pp. 72. Price 15 _cts. 3. William Bartlett, or the Good gen; _TheConr.. Seat; Lessons of the Stars; and Who is the Happiest _t 18mo , pp. 1C8. Price 16 and 20 cts. 4. Learn to Say K •», or the City Apprentice. Wriir_^- tbe Board of Publication. ISmo., pp. 122. Price 25 cents. _5. Footprints of Popery, or Pl»c_«s where _Martm ¦ Suffered. 18mu.. pp. 17T. Price 25 and 30 cts. 6. Rhymes for the Nursery. 18mo., pp. 91. Priee r 25cents.-7. Select Stories for Little _Folku. Compiled b? _v ISmo.. nn. 216. Price 30 and 35 cts. 8. Kenneth Forbes, or Fourteen Ways or Studjin > - Bible. 18mo., pp. 336. Price 35 and 40 cents. -1 9. The Child's Scrap B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

mTBW PUBLICATIONS BY THE _ABHSRI 1_^1 CAN TRACT SOCIETY, 303 Chestnut Street, Phila delphia. The Pilgrim Boy; pp. 144,18mo., with illustrations; 15 cents, or 23 gilt. A striking narrative of the incidents in /the life of an energetic lad who was thrown upon bis own resources, and through many errors and hairbreadth 'scapes, became at length a useful man, and an active Christian. Postage 7 cents. . - No Pains, No Gains. With engravings. Written by Mrs H. C. Knight, of Portsmouth, N. H-, f'om the life of Samuel Budget, of Bristol England, a distinguished merchant of great benevolence and fidelity to Christ; pp. 120,18mo.; 16 cents, or 25 gil-. Postage 6 cents. ¦ Faithful Ellen. With frontispiece; pp. 106, 18mo.; 15 cents, or 25 gilt. An interesting history of a colored child, who was long a cherished inmate of one ¦ of the best Christian families, and became a happy and useful mother of a family. Will be special y acceptable to servants or domestics. Postage 6 cents. - The Farmer an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

nOOK AND JOB _PRIIfTlJSfG. TH£ _ _MJ subscriber, being provided with Steam Printing Pressesand a great variety of Printing Types and other fixtures, is prepared to execute every description of _Beoks PamphletsCardsBillsLabels, Ac. Blank Deeds, Blank Books Paper and Stationary, always on hand. J. T. SHRYOCK, No. 84 Fiftn Street, Gazette Building. Pittsburgh, Dm R, 1855. dec8-tf JOHN M. KIEKFATRICE_^ _ATTORHKT AND COUNSELOR AT LAWand Solicitor in Chan eery. Office. No. 133 Fourth Street, above the 'Corner' of _mithfield, Pittsburgh, Pa. jy5-lv * fOHN B. K'FADDEN m.SOBTO_5 MARBJBT HjP STREET, Pittsburgh, dealers in Watches, Jewelry, and SllverWare. ' _" inylO_^ff A YOUSG MAN, WHO HaSUADSOME - experience in teachingwishes to engage as Assistant Teacher in an Academy. Address R. K., Woodensburg, near Reislerstown. Baltimore County. Md. mh7-3t* SILVER P_1._ATJSD WARE,, Manufactured by . JOHN O. MEAD & SONS The oldest and most experienced electbo busses In the United States. TE...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

TO I Bf V A L I D S_'. DR. CALVIN M. FITCH, Author of the Invalid's Gnide and Consumptive's Manual &c&c, will be at the ST. CLAIR HOTEL, Pittsburgh, Pa., irom - • MONDAY MORNING, MARCH _lerBT, T3 SAT0RDAY EVENING, MAY 16TH, 1857, Where he may be consulted daily. Sabbath excepted, for ConsumptionAsthmaChronic Bronchitis<£c. Also, for Dyspepsia. _Fesiale _Diseases, and other affections connected with or predisposing to Consumpton. If from any cause Dr. FITCH should be unable to remain during the whole of the period above named, the appointment will be concluded by His associate, Dr. J. W. SYKJGS. Those intending to consult Dr. Fitch are particularly requested to apply as early as possible; for on the occadon of Ms former _visiis Dr. Fitch has iound it utterly impossible to give all the attention he could have desired to tbe number who delayed visiting him until the last, and so thronged upon him during the last few days of his appoint- And Dr. Fitch wishes i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 21 March 1857

r_^_XFORD FEMALE COLLEGE, BUT*'*1 ' mhm? SC0EP ' «» ;»EV. W. S. ROGERS, Oxford_^ ¦C_^S5S_^_€ O:Atomra "» AT _AIRT _VlEf al_^laf ^??^116 _^ *™i_»t» County,Pa., one-fo_«! .t a_^e fttan flw, Perrysville Station of Pennsylvawa *> _foxBoar d_^Room, " Tultion, ~ WastogMd"£icFd_^E tels>^5_? able one-half in advance. , -«_p~ See Circulars. DAVID wn^' , _^ matlS-ly Principal and Proprietor, Port _gogi_^ _^pikilXOICOL._tiKeiAVJB IlfSTlTt_^ JJ DIXON. ILLINOIS. —This Institution, under c_^ Of the Presbytery of Rock Riveris now open for** ?11 . tion of students. Having a location pleasant, healtW_* .-easy of access, with an able and efficient corps of w *_V"rit is hoped that it will receive the patronage of tb* Pp For terms of tuition, board, Ac, apply to any _m*® %_- Rock River Presbytery, or to the President of **i n "' i tion, BJSV. W. _TT. HAB_*^ jyis-iy _^ jTiAR.I> _fABTKB T._ntTKrm* wr _f>.. D*'

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