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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

CHUECH IXTEMSIOF—ITS _PRESENT _COUDITIOBT. We have never been so qpcouraged in relation to the Church Extension enterprise as we now are. It is taking root everywhere in the Church. Its objects are becoming understood; its beneficent effects are being realized. It only needs a little time now for the Church to see eye to eye, and results the most delightful will follow. The most sanguine friend of the cause never imagined, four years ago, that it would so soon stand as it does now. We propose to make some extracts from letters recently received, that our readers may have the grounds of our opinion. Mr. Noeton, the District Secretary for the West, writes: "I have corresponded, and am corresponding with the pastors of the principal churches in my field. I cannot tell you how many letters I have written; they count by hundreds. I give myself no time for my family, and cut short my hours of sleep. I am greatly encouraged. There are more than places enough open (for collections,)...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

THE _CHRISTIAN PASSOVER. Every careful reader of the Scriptures must have observed that the new dispensation is an outgrowth of the old, as the plan of redemption spans the ages from the beginning of the world to the end thereof. The ehurch of God is one—the Gentiles being grafted into the good olive tree partake of the root and fatness of the olive, and God's husbandry is substantially the same in all ages. If it be admitted that the Lord's Sapper is truly the Christian Pasmver we have a fixed point from which to run various lines of argument. To prove that it is, I cite the following passages, 1 Cor. v. 7, 8, compared with chap, xi., " Christ our Passover is sacrificed for us: therefoiite, let us keep the feast, not with old leaven, neither with the leaven of malice and wickedness, but with the unleavened bread of sincerity and truth." The Paschal Lamb was called the Passover, because it was the principal thing in the feast. In Luke xxii. 7 we read, " Then came the day of ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

THE LAWRENCE CALAMITY. Lawrence, Mass., January 16th, I860. Messrs. Editors :—Will you be so kind as to insert, in substance, the following in whatever form may appear to you best, and so confer a favor? AN APPEAL. I desire not to pain the minds of your readers, by rehearsing the filets relative to the sad calamity, whieh has buried our city in such sorrow and suffering. They have been, no doubt, made too familiar already with them, from other and better hands. But, after the best powers of description shall have been exhausted, the scene in its true eolors shall not be represented. It surpasses the powers of the mind to comprehend, or words to describe. My object, chiefly, is to call the attention of the United Church to our present circumstances as a congregation, arising out of this sudden and unparalleled catastrophe. Up to this time, since I came over here to labor, we had enjoyed signal tokens of God's presence and blessing, the members were gathering again around the ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

"_ASOTALS OF THE POOE." " THE BEGINNING Ol1 THE END." During last Wednesday evening prayer meeting news was brought that one whom I had visited was most probably drawing near to death, with a request that I should visit her at once. After meeting I did so—I found her (a woman of about seventy) in a very feeble state, having been spitting blood, though ehe was sitting up—she was alone, and without medicine or nourishment, and seemed afraid of making trouble. It was with some difficulty she could speak intelligibly. After making arrangements for her comfort, I asked her if she was a Ghristian ? She said, " I think I am —God is all my hope and trust, and He has been so for ten years. He has supplied my wants, and raised up Mends for me, and I can and do trust Him." " And do you trust in Christ for salvation ?" " Indeed I do 1" So far as I could judge the peace of God reigned in her heart, and this under circumstances of such hopeless, helpless poverty and certain approaching dissol...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

"MINISTER'S WO0IHG." The New York Observer and Evangelist have for several weeks been discussing the orthodoxy and purity of this new novel of Mrs. Stowe's, in a spirit Dot the most affectionate and wooing, and in tones not altogether courteous and ministerial. Like Helper's Crisis in Congress, it has become a text, or pretext for exhibiting their natural relations and defining their position on all questions of morals and politics, not excepting the vexed question of slavery. It seems a little unkind in the Observer after disparaging the theology of the Evangelist to add, " that hereafter we shall have equal respect for its veracity and its theology." This, with other remarks of the same sort, would not appear to advantage in the appendix to the " Power of Prayer." Still the affair promises at present more important and practical results than the random discussion in Congress over Helper's book. It will help to sell the " Minister's Wooing;" and besides, it promises even bett...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

COtrSSE OF THE SOUTH. The Presbyterian Herald, of Louisville , closes an article on the effects of the John Brown affair at the North, with the following counsel to the South: The particular danger to which, the South is now exposed, is that they will run into lawlessness, which will create another reaction in the North in favor of the cause of Brown and his confederates. Their only safety is in a strict adherence to constitutional law and a firm and unyielding abiding by all their constitutional obligations. Ifaiggressions are made let them be punished, riot by irresponsible mobs and lawless bands of infuriated and irresponsible men, but by the legal authorities and according to the forms of law. Firmness tempered with moderation will now secure to them the sympathy of the great mass of their fellow citizens of the free States. If they pursue this course we doubt not that great good will grow out of the Harper's Ferry affair, that it will eventuall y be overruled to the b...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

_\ ¦ «^» JB@" We call attention to the notice of Dr _- Scudder's course of lectures before the Young Men's Christian Association , commencing this evening, Thursday (26th.) These lectures have been very highly commended , and will furnish, a rich treat.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

D. C, HOUGHTON, EDITOR. ASSOCIATED WITH ALBfc&T BARNES, I GEORGE DUFFIELD, 3m tHOfttAS BRAINERD_, JOHN JENKINS, r HENRY DARLING, • THOMAS SHEPHERD. THURSDAY, JAM. 20, 1860. - ! .

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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

Receipts by the _Cliurcli Extension Committee, since May 12,1859, at _whieu time a Report was made to the General Assembly: 1859. July 9, Church, Stamford, Conn., by Rev. R. R. Booth,... . - . , f30.40 15, Church, West Chester, Penn., by Rev. W. E. Moore, 200. June 7, South Park Pres. Church, Newark, N.J., 77.35 Elisha Taylor, Esq., Cleveland, O....... 50. 13, Hervey Leet, Pres. Church, Cairo, N. Y., by S. W. Roe, 6. 19, PresbyterianChurch,_Williamsport, Pa., 25. Rev. J. Marsh, Tipton, Mich.,.. 4. Pres. Church, Reading, Pa., Rev. E. J. Richards,.......; 74.50 Market Square Ohurcb, Germanfown, 18. North Pres. Church, N. Y., Dr. Hatfield, 112. Pres. Church, Northumberland, Pa, ftev. F. Hendricks 17.50 July 25, High Street Pres. Church, Newark, N. J., Dr. Poor, 65.96 28, First Pres. Church, Syracuse, N. Y., Rev. Dr. Canfield,.. 28. Sab. School, Western Church, Pliilada., Rev. Dr. Smith, 25. Pres. Church, Norristown, Pa., Rev. Mr. Mallery,... « 17. Aug. I, Pres. Church, Hanging Bock, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

B&. SSECKIHSICGI'S LETTER TO THE VX<)E.HUSSXftEK_£ :..i -_™ -, -t D&'Robert 3. Breekinridge, the noted Divine of Kentucky, has written and published aletter addressed to his nephew, the Vice-President, on the State of the _Nfttlon. It is a strong voice of warning afc the right time and from the right quarter. We would be glad to publish the entire letter, but have only room for the following extended extracts which contain the sum and substance of the whole. After a brief introduction he says: 11 As to the dissolution of the American Union—the settled and deliberate conviction of Kentucky is that it is no remedy for anything whatever, but that U is itself the direst of all calamities. Kentucky never had any existence as a Commonwealth, except as one of the States of the American Union. She never had a disloyal thought towards that Union, or towards any sister State; she never for one instant desired to enlarge her rights under the Federal Constitution—or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

__ ADYEETISE1_D5NTS. Dr. USHEE'S _SEEMOUS AHD _ADDlSssis NOW READY. I Occasional Sermons and Addresses. By Saxvel W vnHSK i ' ?_u _^'/ lesk!ent of Hamilton College. 1 vol., vo., cloth, 568 pp. Price $2.00. Contents. _niSETl _™A J-?I *m _™s_™_- ' Collegiate Education; The-SeroflrcSfok^" _1116 Ed UCatt °n; Thc TW _Literaky Addresses: The Supremacy of Mind; Secular ami Christian Civilization ; Obstacles and Encouragement to Missionary Effort in the Ancient and Modern Church ; Natural Science in its Relations to Art and Theology. .-H 1 I . STORrCAL Discourses abd Essays: John Calvin; William Penn; John Calvin and John Wesley; History, the Unfolding of God's Providence. Occasional Sermons : Conflict and Rest in the Church; Presbytery ; Baccalaureate Discourse; The Financial Crisis. Published by MASON BROTHERS, 7l&—3t. Nos. 5 and 7 Mercer Street, New York. Dr. exrilMIHG'S GEEAT WOEK. Just Published. COMPLETE IN TWO SERIES. F 8 _° _j a uc T V te _B J, 7] — * THE GREAT TRIBULA...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

Own ft* ®fcf A tiIi " Kev_« David Torry, of Delhi, has been called to the pastorate of the First Presbyterian. Church of Ithaca, N. Y. Allen St. Presbyterian Church Jfc Y. City.—- This church, whose pulpit has been vacant since the middle of November last, recently made a call on Rev. Wai. W. Newell, D. D., of Syracuse, to become their pastor. Dr. Newell has accepted the call, and _witl enter upon his field of labor at once;.; The Unconverted Worlds-Have our readers ever considered how large a portion of the inhabitants of our globe are without God and without hope in the world? The population of the globe is estimated in round numbers at one thousand millions. Of these, 330 millions are the followers of Buddh, adherents of a system of utter Atheism, which acknowledges no God, no Redeemer, no resurrection from the dead; 100 millions are the worshippers of Brahma, Vishnu, and Siva, the most subtle and sophistical of all the religions of the heathen, and at the same time the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

THE AMEEIOAN PRESBYTERIAN AND _GENESEE EVANGELIST, A WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER , Published eoery Thursday, at 1384 Chestnut.St., Philadelphia, Pa. Devoted to the promotion of sound Christian doctrine and pure religion, especially as connected with the Constitutional Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. TERMS. To Mail Subscribers, two dollars per year, IN ADVANCE. City Subscribers, receiving their paper through a carrier, will be charged fifty cents additional. CLUBS. Six copies will be sent to one address for a year for TEN DOLLARS. Ten copies will be sent to one address for a year lor SEVENTEEN DOLLARS. _±. ¦ Twenty copies will be sent to one address for •THIRTY DOLLARS. Clubs may be formed to commence with the first of January, and to secure the deduction, the money must invariably be paid in advance. J8@_* AH papers will be continued after the expiration of the year, unless expressly ordered to bo discontinued, and such orders should be by Utter, and not by ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

npu_^y If* 4 If _^ - -fSjWfr _* _*a 1t_» Messrs. Ticknor and Fields, ot Boston, have presented to Harvard College Library sixty-six volumes of their publications, including the entire set of their beautiful edition of the Waverley Novels, handsomely bound in calf. The Librarian states tbatHbis firm have probably given to the College more books than have been given by any other firm since the College was founded. Twenty-six persons, agj|. one hundred and over, have died in the United _Sfeites in 1859. The oldest was Caesar, a colored man in Louisiana, aged 138. The New York Observer goes in for the party that will nominate for the Presidency the Hon. Edward Everett, Gen. Scott, or some,other man not involved in the contests that now agitate the two great parties of this country. The same paper informs us that requests for prayer may be sent by mail, directed _^ to "Fulton Street Prayer Meeting, New York!" Case, who had just organized a flourishing school for young ladies at Sal...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

NOTICES. Tlie Presbytery of Sagrinaw Trill bold its 4lh Annual Meeting at Vassar on the 2d Tuesdaj' of February (14th), at 7 o'clock, P. M. Sessional Records Statistical Reports, and the Assessment for Commissioners ' Fund, are expected from the churches. H. H. NORTHROP, Stated-Clerk. Flint, _Janaarjr 9, I860. The Presbytery of _IJtica will hold. their next annual meeting in Clinton, _Oneitla county, on the last Tuesday (31st) of January ensuing, at il o ' clock, A. M. , The Presbyterial Sermon "will be deliveredand the Sacrament of the Lord's Slipper administered in the afternoon of the same day. Services to commence at 2 o' clock. Statistical Reports, and Reports of the State of Religion in the churches belonging to the Presbytery, together with Sessional and Church Records for review, will be required at this meeting. - Utica, Eec. 30, 1859. S. W. BRUCE, Stated Clerk. Tlie Presbytery of Chcmung, will hold its annual meeting at Southport, the last Tuesday (31st) of January, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

CoughsColds, Hoarseness, and Influenza, Irritation, Soreness, or any affection of the Throat CURED, the Hacking _Jovgu in Consumption , Brosrebjtis, Whoopino Couch, Asthma, Catarrh, RELIEVE D by BROWN'S BRONCHIAL TROCHES, or Cough Lozenges. "A simple and elegant combination for Coughs, &e. " Da. G- F. Bigelow, Boston. " Have proved extremely serviceable for Hoarseness. " Rev. Henry Ward Beecher. '* Trecommend their use to Public Speakers. " Rev. E. H. Chapin, New York. " Most salutary relief in Bronchitis. " Rev. S. Seighued , Morristown, Ohio. " Beneficial when compelled to speaksuffering from Cold." Rev. S. J. P. AndersonSt. Lours. " Effectual in removing _Hoarseness and Irritation of t.'ie Throat, so common with Speakers and Singers. " Prof. M. STACY JOHNSON, La Grange, Ga. Teacher of Music, Southern Female College. " Great benefit when taken before and after pi caching, as they prevent Hoarseness? From their past effect, I think they will be of permanent advantage to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

THE ELOHIM ;REVEALED! t _^ The -Firsfedkclam aad ike- Second; ¦- LINDSAY & BLAKISTON, Philadelphia. Have just published THE ELOHIM REVEALED in thc Creation and Redemption of Man. J_^y the Re v. Samuel Baud, D. D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, _Woodbury, N. J. Large 8vo., 66S pp. Price $2.50. < £ CONTENTS. Introduction.—Historical Sketch of the Doctrine of Original Sin. Chaftek I. The Triune God. " II. The Eternal Plan. " III. The Providential Administration. *' IV. Adam, the Likeness of God. « V. The Law of God. « VI. The Principle of the Law. " VII. The Nature of Sin. « VIII. Death, the Penalty of the Law. « IX. The Law, a Covenant of Life. " X. Adam the Covenant Head of the Kace. " XI. Extent of Adam 's Parental Relation—Origin of the Soul. " XII. The Apostacy of Adam. " XIII. The Permission of Moral Evil. " XIV. Paul's Discussion of Original Sin. « XV. Definition of Guilt, and of Imputation. « XVI. The Guilt of Adam 's First Sin. « XVII. Native Deprav...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

_THURSDAY, JAM* 80, 18 6 0. O_^_T We are glad to learn that our old friend and fellow laborer, the Kev. Joel Parker, D. D., is to preach in the Rev. Dr. Jenkins' Church, (Calvary,) on Sabbath next, morning and evening.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 26 January 1860

_N EXPERIENCED TEACHER, who is a _gradua « _jCX of a College, desires a situation as principal of »» Academy, or as aa assistant. He can furnish testimonials as to character and qualifications. Address, A. B., Chestnut Hill, 714_3t. Philadelphia, Pa. BEV. JAMES I. HELM'S school for a limited num ber of young ladies, 1525 Walnut Street.

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