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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

eir covenant obligations to bnnpr inlt the nurture and admonition of P." There is no doubt that a _gvival in the Church would modify tg and remove the difficulties of ¦his subject, while it would sweep of these practices as chaff before pr stubble before the fire. There 1st, be no question as to the Divine l<of the injunction, " let the same tin you which teas also in Christ litd into whatever amusements and |_es, therefore, Christ's example I'_ghall be safe in participating; but me. YourSj &c, B.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

-._u ;jj|_Deeleasioii. In another; column we present, over the signature _t|^| the Secretary! of the Board of Domestic Missions, the sad fact, that there has been a decline to the extent of _§4,0Q0, in the contributions of the churches, during the year just closed. Why is it so ?, Is' it from the want of Traveling Agents ? Can it be that pastors, after all that has-been said; Missions In Persia. -: In our number |br March 21,.we drew the attention of our readers to the war in Persia , and to, the influenceswhich_._iWe .believed, would speedily be brought to bear against the Gospel in central Asia, as certainly as Russian policy would succeed in acquiring a mastery in that region. We stated the fact that the Shah of Persia is but the satrap of the Czar , whose power he dreads, and in wfioseirlih' grasp he fears that the Persian Empire may soon be broken to pieces. The other power which the Shah dreads is Eng land. He would play false to Russia, so far as he dare, in order to pr...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

For the Eresby terian Banner and Advocate. Infant _Membership.--1. Cor. vii: 14. Ma. Editoe:_t7-TMs subjeptis.so important in itself, and so full of important Scriptural connexions and practical issues, that you properly invite further discussion. ! Atest passageis that ia li Cor. _vii:..!*.-_;:The Reviewer's exposition of it jsa;.cluci,t&, j33ciwhole theory which he, puts _dorlh ;44_iii^?|B_^ b_%_^. ._^_ccepfe.tfie |ssu_^ "'!:.. ,'_* He admitsV_^n his; Explanation of last _weeki that from the application, in this passage of the term " holy," to the children off believers, he " argued the• _presumption -.; of UtiiW-being,' or 6ecoming holy sooner or later.'' -' ¦ ' ' • Thev presumption we admit, does not mean' a certainty. But the holiness, in the texti hetakes to be spiritual holiness,kaA " not a mere federal sanctity, ^^ different from that promised in the covenant of grWel" '" Is this," he asks, " mere federal holiness, in the sense of something; less thaii a _PREstra...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

•¦ ^•••. ¦• '" - Eastern Siimniiaryi . J ' ¦ - - '• ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦; •; " . _}i(y f _^_BOStOH; _' ;- -- _*"";¦_. _" ¦ ¦ ¦ •¦: A -_^: • \ _Thb Rev_/Chabi.xs B. Fikkbt has, _Weiii Iabor _^ * ing in Boston;;fprrthelast;three months :_as an 1 _Eyao!ke|ist_^ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ _>HisimntstrationshavebeeBcdnlgied • prin_^^ _W|_fg;^|^|^^, ;ft_^ Congregational _church ' esj/_aiia to_^la _Baiptllt_^_churcS _; of •which* the * Rev. Dr. ' Neale is pastor. He : preaches ' .. ' . every -evening, and generally once or ! twice in the:morning. Neither of the Congregational papers published in that city has doneanythuig _moreiTrith respect to him, than __ simply to state, the fact of his presence., ;And"but few of the Evangelical pastorB have given, him any coun- tenance. .The Gongregationdlist, of last, week, « intimates that there seems to be a preparation in [ progress; for a general 5 and precious _^revival of i religion in Boston 'and Ticraity; but 'says nothing j of the labors or success of this once no...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

utfThei_[Wintjer; _.termyJ-ina this Institution, closed' last weeky to be? . followed* by a vaca;- tion of f six weeksJ The _nlw President_^ Dr_^ _^Iden _^ iad bfeen pjresent/*|uring _tfe latteipar_^of the, term, and wasfl ujy_^ inauguratedi at the meeting of the Board, ; Ct IMv; A. B. _rSrbwn, (Di>D _^ the former President , _%_6&' elected Professor of Political Economy and History } a _^psitipn tfhich, we are pleased to learn he has agreed _tu occupy. Dr. Brown; feels a deep _loterest ia the College which he served: so long and so* usefully, and the Trustees and1 Faculty are gr atified: to have his aid In a department which will not tax his energies so severely as Aid ithe duties? of his jprmer : station_^ The prospects of the College, especially as they-may1 be connected with the* Faculfcy, wet§ i_§_ror£ 1_^r©! lttri|hti1ian i&p&ajnt!" _* Home and _Foreign " Recordj|for April. The preesure upon our colu'mns _fps such that we shall, this time, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

; Old and Brew School Eres byferians. ' _^ _Weiha ye no idea that iae siiglit_^ti._benfr; fit) at' ihe presenfc time, would_^result _fronot & discussion of the Old and New School differences_^ and hence" would not say a word designed to _prorbl$e such ' af discussion.; j .WjB;> vcan ¦ .live, ' . ' side ' "by-...side, >in;_, _pefbe, and" serve our Master with devotedDeEs,:we shall then see each other's goofl .works, and eonidence will spring up, and love will grow apace. There willj,_5 _hdwJBver, he occasional remarks and inquiries. Let these be, noted with respect. .We are not to ignore each Other. _? ¦-¦ : i .••• ' ; . •:¦ '¦ ¦ ¦i . _- ' :.;: ;-v " A correspondent writes as follows: _' - _" ; Ohio_^ March 23,1857. ! Dr. M'Einnbt :—Dear Sir¦' :-_^_l ': hobe you will f permit my turning your-attention: briefly to-a_" point of Doctrine, which is _remarked by some as being,the only difference, between the Old and New School PresbyterianSjiViz_^: Limited Atone ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

Washington College.—See " Notices." « »»m » ¦ _Acknowledgment.—We have received $2,f from<' _. ' ' QieM," to send _fawner to ministers unable to pay. Change of Place.—Persons changing the direction of,Aheirtpapers, will please inform jus where they have been sent heretofore, as weE as where they wish them. partner info l_^_totaie_. PIXISBURaH , APRIL 4,1857. TKRJMS.— _91_<9O« In advance} or In Club* _fl.35| or t d_«Ilv*rtd at residences of Sub_«cri" b«t ¦< 01 •**• Sec _Proipectus, on Third Pag«> B EN fiWAL S _anould »• p' _rofaptf a _uitim whit* _befor* tb_« _jr*«r •xplr*!) that w« _miy malt* full _arravngenksnts for a steady supply. TUB RED WRAPPER Indicate* that wf _detlr* tnntwali If, how_«T_«r_» in th« Ua>t« of _Mailing this signal should b_« omitted, w_« hope one friends will still not forget us* R BM1TTANCKS.—Send payment by saf* _hsuds_, when convenient* Or « send by mall _f enclosing with ordinary care, and troubling nobody wit It a kno...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

:¦ ;¦.: :<(' ¦ ¦ _^ :_h >^_Girarff<_C611_^e{»-v _ _^_-_: ' i ': TMs maghificeiit _structure/ but iminensel_/expengive _' _, _iehariQr » "if 'likel y_^ncit,, to "be .. an _entire lorn. The, founder, Stephen _Girari_, had ; such a horror of t{ sectarian controversies," that he utterly forbad all _cleigjiaen frorii ever 'setting a foot' upPn _thfe grptiods-That he meant _^thereby to exclude, all instruction in revealed religipn, we _wpald not like to affirm : but if guch was his _intentioo, he greatly _misled his mark. " ' He provided efi%etually for the exclusion .of the'persons of the ministr_^_Jfrpm his, _bjunWing, and he well inew, tnat;ytp sustain'religion requires the labors and spirit of consecrated servants of God j but the influence of the ministry can extend to precinpW where, their pe ' rsoBs do not appear. Their expositions of God's truth go where their voice • may not be -heard_; and there are other laborers, consecrate, faithful and_^true, besides...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

- '';;: ¦¦ ¦> :; ¦ ' ;{i _V I|_Tiel£pg> . "" ' _,_;: _^'^' _^i ' ' ' The _^outherW&esbytefidA is _publishing a series :_«f, articles_^ expository, of the _inhur manity,_# :folly _^ _airrds : _wickednfess! ;of; iihisisccalled; _gentlemstif si code ; J6f v _h' _onpr (• • :•) No_^Tli vVarid V_^jl. ' , now _fbe|ore- us, show, _iDos *t laci_^ly, ;thafr4he practice is 4/«_A _9«ora4: deflitfed: by it f&ra_^ bated by Christians. But still it lives. Why is "this? Why,, public sentiment still, in reality, sustains it. , .The man _^who. bears an insult meekly, sttil finds himself despised, iwhile he who resents it is fawned 6a and applaudedi -We _seeh this every "day, on a smaller scale _£ and_^ among High folks, it must haV(e .its desperatei_^_bearingSi • . Whenever public sentiment.shall forbid ' the vile practice, it will cease. As soon as It shall become feialiy_^disreputablej the law will have terrors and aid in its suppression; bni while the man who refu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

Revivals. Albia, Iowa.—We learn that the Presbyterian church in this place, enjoyed a refreshing season j during its late communion. The series of meetings continued during the week?—preaching every day. The Holy Spirit, had been, and we trust still is, graciously and manifestly in their midst. Twenty-four. in all, have united with the _ehureh; six, on certificate, and eighteen on examination. Richmond, Va.—The Central Presbyterian speaks of a powerful work of grace, in Duval Street Presbyterian church. Some thirty-five persons had professed a change, and the work seemed bat commencing.* Mt. Pleasant, Iowa.—-The church in this place, under the pastoral care of Rev. T. Stearns, is much blessed- At aj late communion, twenty-two persons were received-—fourteen on certificate, and eight on ¦ex amination. About one hundred members have been added within two years. Frederickton, Ohio.—Mr. Caldwejl in-.forms us that all the churches in this ;place have been enjoying a precious reviva...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

_Eev. Symnies C. Henry, D. D. f This faithful minister of Christ, for many • years pastor of the First Presbyterian church at Cranberry, N. J; , died; on the 22d ult., after a ver_^ 'briei^^ illness_^ ; __ Dr. Henry was ; the oldest pasjtpryip. the Presbytery of New ! Brunswick, though still not;a very aged man. j He had_;uniformly enjoyed good health. He ] was ardentfe sustainihg the benevolent en- \ terprises of the Church, and successful in "his j pastoral; labors. ;._;:_!: : ' -: ¦ _; On the Sabbath before* his decease,, in attending a funera_^ h& cdntracted a cold, j which was developed in quinsy, and terminat&ihis_^eariMyIfibprs_! "" _^ - : _Pastor's and People's jroxniNAii-_^-This is the title of- a.new monthl y_^. sustaining the principles of; Presbyterianism. _^ The first number indicates "much ability, and gives promise of usefulnessi It is edited by Revs. R. L. _Breqk andllm. Flinn, and .published at-Macon,: _i G-a._^- _, ¦ •• •:,:;:,:_;,•;••. _?.&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

Coming Home to Recruit. It must be exceedingly delightful to our Missionaries /who have labored intensely in heathen lands, for half a score, or a score of years, to re-visit their native home. It is an indulgence which ought to be granted, even if exhausted nature did not require the relaxation;,but when impaired health makes the demand, all. must yield under this necessity. Dr. McCartee and lady, Rev. Mr. Wright and la _' dy, and 'Mrs. Nevius, Missionaries of pur ' Board, have been compelled to leave China for a season. They arrived at New York on the 23d ult.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

KISHACO_^tlLLAS SEMINARY—' L. G. GRIER ' 'arid1 H. _- S.v'iliBXA-NDBtt. Principals.— This Institution is _located in _Kiskacoquilias . Valiey—a valley noted for beauty of scenery, and healthfulness. and as being the home of Logan, the 'Indian Chief .. This Seminary affords rare opportunities to malo and female pupils, for acquiring a thorough education. ¦ . < :¦ ¦ ¦ > The studies pursued: in both Departments are those best calculated to develop the. .mind,, and which hare, been ftpproved, and are now taught hy the most experienced and _successful teachers. The students of this Institution are removed as f«r as possible from temptation, as it is entirely in theconntrjr. ' ' ' ¦ _'._' " '. '' '*_" ':\:. •;/. ,' ' . ¦ ; - _-_^ . . ThefPrittOipals ;not only devote their entire lime to the personal instruction and comfort of the _pupOs, but they are assisted< by several teachers,- who are eminently qnaliflsa. by their ability and-Bkill_, for their profession. TERMS...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

PROSPECT US _TiTEW W1P&TIOW;s\oW' (rHH5 HOIjIf _BIBLS, L_^i >, recentlyipublished\hy COWAN iCO..;l Edinborgh, Scotland. ' Sold by ' WM. SVREKTOtiL, Ko_. 20St.Glair 8t. _PSttshurah, and 811 _Hooksell»r8.i. New- _Diamond . 32mo PcwketjBiblo; size of page-4J_^x2_% inches; about an inch in) _thioTcness... . This is oneofthotmall'St and _mvist IieautifuU edMons in print. " Tolje had ia plain and elegant _bfndingB_.lfroia'TS (its. to $6.50.n . New Diamond 24mo. Bible]; size of _paffe 5x2% _fnebes. A finely printed edition, in plann, tod. _elegant bindings, front 75 _cts; to$_eao. •¦ : ¦: • * _r\if — - f • ¦ • ; • -rr * N»w Kuby _ISnto. Bible; laze of page 5j_^x_334 in'hes. _A large type pocket edition, iik _pitJu. and- elegant bindings, from. 85 cts. to $2.03.. J / " ' Bibles with ¦Marginal1 ReferencesifeviEed and improved by Robert Lee, D. D., Kegi a* Professoi- of Biblical Criticism aod Biblical Antiquities in Ifhe _University .of JSdinburgn, and one of Her Majesty'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

WW<x t&e Presbyterian Banaerand _Advoeito. f Eev. Wm. _Speer. pr. Dr. M'Kinney ; —I send you, for lion in the Banner and Advocate , the folte extract from a letter just received _frota. )Rev. Dr. Anderson, of San Francisco, L Your readers, i'doubt nod, will joia Ehim in their regrets, in relation to the ¦red health of oar excellent friend, Mr. i, and will not fail to offer up their ferjjsrajers for his speedy and entire res ton. It is gratifying to know, that Mr. r and his good lady hare proved them* s worthy of the -trust committed to I.; and leave behind them, in that _laad Irangers_, so _desirable a reputation. suspected of -venality. Besides, he could not be indifferent to the fact, that with the bud odor these parties had acquired, the printing of Congress was rendered extremely doubtful, even with a party majority in both Houses. This is the true _secret of his withdrawal, though it has been found convenient to give other causes undue prominence. When the su...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

Presbyterial Notices. The PRESBYTERY OP DUBUQUB will held Its next stated meetinp. Providence permitting, at Maquoketa, coiamencing Tuesdaj', April 28th. at 7 o'clock P. m. J. PHEI_.PS, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OP EKIB will meet at Mercer, on the Fourth Tuesday, (28th.) of ApriJ, at7 o' clock P. M. S. J. M. EATON, Stated Clerk. Tho PRESBYTERY OP OaJO will met>t at Montours church, on the Second Tuesday of April, at 11 o'cl ck A. M. W. B McILVAINE_, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF NEW LISBON will meet in the First Preab>terian church of New Lisbon, on the Third Tuesday of April, at 12 o'clock M. The churches will present, 1st, Their Sessional Eecord?. 2d» Smist_'cal Ktiports. S<_1, Brief _hisforieB of congregations_, if not _previously presented. WILLIAM O. STRATXON, Stated Clerk. The PRE3BYTERY QV GENESEB RIVER will hold Hi next stated meeting at Wyoming, on Tuesday, the 28th of April, at 2 o'clock KI, Sessional Records and Statistical Reports mast be pres...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

1JOLA»D _PlvESBITTERIAL ACADEMY.-H_^ The Summer _Session of this Institutlou Trill, open on aipNDAY, April 20th. The flr.it half of the Session to end on tbeSI day of July; and alter a vacation ol four we*ks, the second half of the,_Sepsion will commence on the _firft Monday, (the 3d,_j in August/ and to end on _Thursiay, the 15th? of; October. ,,: ::. •-- - ,,,%,,. ;. , ...,,,.,, ._,-, , ,1'ElUf S-rQnarter jOf eleven. " weeks: Primary _brtnehes, $3 00; Middle, $4 00 • Highe'K _J5.00.:' _InsWaction is given in instrumental 'music, , c rawing, * and-painting, Rt the usual charges! No student is receivedfWr lessthkn'half a Session_, nnd no deduction in tuition for absence, except in,case of sickness . , ._ - .. , -..,,..: _' ..,, .... ..:_>.. • ' " . ' . >_J ' ': Vo>- particulars, inquire of cither of the _undarsigaed.. -. ¦ _>.!. REV. AL&MKNON 8_j _MacMASTER, Principal, . _,R. R. MOORS!, A. B. ' , Assistant Principal_^ ' - r - | mh28-3t * _;:-- '...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

_Jfylwp 3P if_£ui'Jl'UlviU_^ ..:• Albany, Illinois. , A correspondent, .«• L. G.,_*' a _Resident of Aibfttiy, Hi, gives us a description of it which would indicate it as a very desirable location for _enterprising business men: It ia on the MissiseiBpi, between Eock Inland and Fulton, is exceedingly healthful, and the place of deposit and traffic for a large and rich agricultural country. T-fee Albany arid Mendota. Railroad, by .using' the _Jolliet Cat-Off,..which is now being constructed, _vill connect Albany dir' _ecity with the Northern Ohio and New York roads, and bring freight, without a re-shipment, to the Mississippi. This faUroad is to be extended _through Camanche to Iowa City, &c, &c. .The completion of this «_ciscme of improvements will render Albany a very important point in-iiie line of travel and _jbrnftti. ' ¦ " ¦ . . _i •Qovernok op •KAjHSASr.-r-rTbe appointment of Hon. E. J. Walker.: _kir.eC|lv_^d _iwith variousjeon-3ee ' t_«ire8?? In h_^l _^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

j_^_HMBT Presbyterian Banner Advocate. MjllBoarcl of Domestic Missions. JBnpl_^E PRESBYTERIES AND _CHUltCHESi _Bp **•# Mission Rooms , ) W JBiladelpHa, March 23d, 1857. j f RimBfid and Dear Brethren:—As the _^nM_^p Reporfc of the Board of Domestic Hfji_^^K will not be made to the General .Jm_^^MS unti l after the Spriig meetings of _M_^^B&bjteries, it is thought _desirable to ' jt_^^^mforumuon at, once _respecting our J_^^Dp cuadition, that the I'resbjterios uHHucbes applying for missionary aid _mBBp _aderstaaritatfly, _mD_^Mceipts of the Board during the last _U_^_H _jr havebeen less by about 84,000, _^_ffi_^^K number of missionaries employed W||Bk considerably increased, and the HHHR_^^ous _^ ave oeeQ _onymeUted to the HB. about S3 000 ! With these greatly mEnHBiiabUities and diminished resources _ffinbos that the Board will not be able w'xw|MPle its _preseut scale of appropriatijmHHlbh less increase it j^^H_^Beseat plan of systematic beneSnnnH» aceimpUsbed perhaps as ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 28 March 1857

Died—March 5tb, of dropsy of the brain, _followlnjr _gctriet _ferer, GkobgkWalteh, infant son of Samuel and LucindaB. _Schreiner. "A bud of promise, " nip'd hy death! - Oh, no—upborne to brighter skies, , _i Where no rude wind with icy breath, a. May blight a flower of Paradi3e. " . DtKB—Of chronic _bronchljij, at his residence, on tft* 27th of _Feb,,r»« Pawn _Tjwnghip. York Coattty, Pa.. Johk J. Wit_^f_, m<i' , ia the"41th _yo»rof his a_#:'->> • *^*¦* " • • • Tn early life,- ha at<afch_*d Whlwlf to _ttietPreabyterfaii church at Center, of which he was aa active member. In W12_, be witr _tert_^ _^ _mqm$$rtl&V_^.;>_mm iB that capacity, served until his death. He _wes scrupulously attentive in performance: of hliecctal and and rrfativ_* duties. His family, and the community among whom be spent his pilgrimage, will long regret ihe low of one of its most useful members. S. P. W. "Died—Npar East _Springfield, Jefferson, County. O., Jan....

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