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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

_jT_^^1WMMrtil|^|., ,. .. ;. y " . After.? > these _^_hji.n_^j I heard, a_f great_, voice of much' jebpi_^ in heaveiijsaying,. ;ALlleluiah,1? salva'tibn: atfd': _^lory and _" honor * and power«»hto _thfetLord_^pur_^Go'd/ fbr J tru'e und irighte©«_i_. are_^histjiudgifients." ¦;¦ <«•! ! _^h |_ga>|^e.t.prop hetio(,^«ii_^r_^^eheld , this, ', jloripus] vision,, little jof, the _^ work of the_, ' jrospel amtong'ihen Mad been perfected, and ts victories1 coiild' hardly _haW been con-' •idered as begun. "He wls"himseif a pris-1 merfin_/the isIandLof _^ BatmoSj'fllfcjr thefWp'd ' I if; God, and the testimony _pf_^esjas ©hrist/'; _Opubtleis, myriads had " then been washed n the blood of the Lamb, and h&d »foiind in 1 Pesus! thei' rl glorious 'King. But1 tKe l wKole j _jnfluen ce "of theiGospel on, earth was! but •;he handful of. corn onJ.i_^ie«tpp_,of the mpun-. ains. . Not yet like Lebanon had. ifs.glpri-• »us fruit begun to shake; hot jei ;Bad tne. •jony...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

• : The _BeautjLfDl. ._" Qut;,of the ground -the Lord made every tree that is pleasant,to the sight." On this earth G-pd has given us a beautiful world to live in,: and he has fitted for us a lionie above, on a most grand and magnifieenfr'piah. • ;The soul of man- 4n all climes, and under, , all circumstances, . pays involuntary Homage at the shrine of beauty. _EducaSibn and the "peculiar habits of a inind, have much to do with the perception und appreciation of the beautiful. A sculptor will pause in utter unconsciousness of _Kurfounding. scenes, satisfied with the beauties of the; Apbllb Belvidereand Venus _de Mediei; ;( while an» aftisan will be equally enchantefi .wi_>h ,: the.i beauty of a finely ¦ vvxpught _^ illar:' . , The :naturalist. will become enraptured with - theVehaphs of a spider, the botanist with 'those of' a flower, the geologist with the very dust beneath .his feet. The artist \yill lose himself in the contemplation of beautiful landscape, and will gro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

¥or the Presbyterian Banner. To the Soldiers, on Preserving Health. Every _patriokwid philanthropist will rejoiceat every _effoit _to preserve your lives. Iram fatigue, and exposure, and _olimatg, you-are especially, liable ;to disease. Such of you as may read /the following suggestions, _Will lend them * tp _iyour comrades. YoU will particularly remember the poor soldier, wbo maywnot have;friends to send some little comforts for the _Body, nor anything for his mind. .. that Let me tell you, noble soldier, almost all diseases are caused by_^a, check of perspiration and want of action on the _skjn to. which. you are peculiarly liable. Attention to prevent' this, may not overcometexcesses in eating and drinking,,and wrong indulgences} but if you _toi_^ _deay.yourself of these, and if you can attend to outward heat and action on the skin, you will ordinarily, by the blessing of Providence, escape sickness.. » 1. Then let your body, and _especially your-.back, be well rubbed with a,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

When,Z_?liUgLti,/ the-S#iss _Beformer, began to feel his need of the wisdom which cometh from aboye _^ atid to search the Scriptures that _,h _^ _^_g h_£tfind it, he tells us, that, " _^hiios«pjny atad * Tiiviniiy (the \Bivinity whiehi_, _%' e_^ a(iR _1_teyn' . t»_Qght: _4ii'the schobls) _%ere_^ always _xaising objectibnsi 'At. last I ! _saidi_'- _to> myself ; I imiist neglectU all these ¦ Matters, _^a_^d look for,.God's; will ia his fW prd alone. ' I began earnestly to entreat ike T,f\_rA 'to _srant me his light, andialthough I ie|d lite Scripturfes pnljj_^tlies became elear%r_J tb me thatfif'X Kad ; read all comnientatbrs. " ; He" read thV writings of Origen, Am'brdseV _Aug$#i_|_M_v &e., but not as authorities: . " V study, th_% _Doetors," saidhe, " with the saa_# " end as when we ask a * _friend, /How dp; ybu,_^ understand this passage" ' ? "The _ScrJ_^ tui_^s was the'touchsjionejily wbieiifttB t_^gteffthe' jboliest of the fajhers.".:; ~^; _\ ' ¦ : ¦ ' _^ :&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

_Geins from John mason. born 1630—died 1694. 1. His not talking,_^but walking wi th God tha_^t gives a man the 1 denomination of a Christian. ' 2. The gate which leads to life is a strait gate, therefore we should fear'; it is an open gate, therefore we should hope, 3. God repented_^jhat he made man, but never repented thathe redeemed man. 4. Nothing grie _' ves Christ more than to have'his love slighted;' nothingple ' aseth him more than to have it accepted. - ' 5. If believers are • condemned by the world, let them remember that they shall not be condemned with the world. Sin may live in a believer, but a believer canot liye in sin. It may lose its dominion, though not leave its habitation. v * ' 0. A child of God had rather ten thousand _< times suffer for Christ, than that Christ should suffer by him. , , 7. Reliance is the essence of faith, Christ is the object, the Word ' is the food, and obedience is the proof; so that true faith is a depending upon Christ for salv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

. fSeleoted.], . What I M?« For. BY O. _tttSV ' MtS BAHKS. I live for those /wliolove me, Whose _Refits are kind and true; _Jor the heayen that smiles above me, An_^_awAlfca my sp irit too; _Somali _Jhuman ties that bind me, J 9E th« task by- God aaaigned me, ; _^^ jihe bright hope s left beh ind me, And the good that I can do. _j J I live to leam their stoty_/ Who're suffered .for my sake; , $0 emulate their glory; And _follow in thjeir-wake: Bards, patriots, martyrs, sages,. The noble :of all ,ages, Whose deeds orown Hislop's pages, And Time's great volume make, I live tohold communion ¦mtfcMthatisDMne;. _Td feel there is a union 'Twixt Nature's heart and mine; _5?o profit by affliction, : Beap truths from fields of notion, Grow wiser from conviction, And .fulfil each grand design. I live to hail; that season, By gifted minds foretold, When man shall live by _reason, And-not alone by gold 5 ' When man to man united, And every wrong thing righted, _$he wh_»le%orldshallbtf;flg...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

enee of sin and suffering hereafter j it has, at least, ift its support,.the fact of sin and suffering bow ; and with, this before him _^ no honest-minded man but will think deeply* and" hesitate long, before h'e comes to the conclusion that the Word' of God is mistaken. He may, and probably will, shrink from the awful doctrine of endless sin and endless punishment; he may try to find some means of doing away witk the apparently decisive ;testimoiiy of Scripture, but with 1 his * eye open , to the solemn facts of human existence, .to the, prevalence of sin and suffering, and* death, all around him , he will feel that in these facts the Scripture doctrine finds a support which no rea-¦ _sonings can_* 'effectually ^' _sKaEe. '' _* He mav doubt,* and!speculate, and struggle, but, after all,, her_^ ;is]|the' Word- of God, which informs, hiin that moral;evil. ;will exist Itereafterj_^ and when he. turns away his skeptical1 eye, it is met by tae solemn confirmatory- fact_;iin'the_^bPo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

>h: : 1 ¦¦ .:• ::¦;¦ ¦ HOB_^. ¦.. -;¦ • ' ;_- I Tripping, ligbtly_^hrbugli 'thet _sunsMn 3', I • Greeping-'rnidJthe-stiadowsJgray, ¦ I EVer swiftly: flitting/flittingirs _«s 1 Speed _ttee _^ golden tours away; _i 'Ladeii they *with joy or sorrow, I Pain, or ple'_asurew; siniies! or tears, _EUl&e under sailing_^orders v' '"{' JDowii: the'ebbing tide of _ydafa; i _ours are ' golden' censers, bearing . Incense offering everanore_!:! ' 1; _btining_^coik, _iiindoitfg swiftly; Till-they _reaich the other shore; . _jnie amongithe'links'there_^Hia y_^be!; RiiSted 6'er-_«witlx; bitter tears; 1 ' ' ight andshade are deftly %bven ' ¦ _' ¦ ' In tKe' canopy of years. ;' _heen and shadow intermingle, ;, :; _^ And the .hoursso sweet and fair, ; JiChan_^gesfull oft-to iWearyages, ThrougH the weight of woe they bear -Yetiiheidup 6f:crueiAbitter ' ¦ '¦' Miybe'to us for iieaiing: given; And our funeral lamps be watch-fires On. the * outer walls of heaven. Happy hours! 0, words can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

THE BOARD OF EDUCATION. It is with sorrow that we reiterate the truth that our Education Board is not adequately sustained. It has been obliged to borrow largely, to meet its pledges to our consecrated young men. This should not be. Borrowed money must be repaid, and with interest too. Will the churches come forth, liberally and cheerfully, and repay the money thus obtained, and so replenish the treasury, that there may be enough, _henceforth, to meet all wants? Or does the •system fail of the approbation of the _churches, and is a change necessary ? - To economize more than is now done in the working force of the Board, is hardly practicable, without impairing its efficiency. The husbandman must employ good laborers, and enough of them; and must sow good seed, and not sparingly, if he would thrive. That parsimony which would retrench unduly in these departments, tends to poverty. And the churches may apply { this thdught in seeking a supply of mindsters, aswell as in managi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

ME. SPURfiEON ON THE WAR Mr. 'Sotbgeon did not join in the mad cry in England for war with this country. But on the contrary he opposed it and spake against it, as a Christian and a friend of humanity should. In a " Sermon for the Times," delivered on Sunday, December. 8th, he said: " The peacemaker is a citizen, and though he be a Christian, he remembers that Christianity does not require him to forego his citizenship, but to-use and to improve it for Christ's glory. The peacemaker, then, as a citizen, loveth peace. ' •* * ' ,•* *' The peacemaker remembereth the war with Russia, and he recollectetk what fools we were that we should have meddled -there _^to bring to ourselves great losses bothin trade and money, and no advantage whatever that is perceptible. He knoweth that -this nar tion hath often been drifted into- war for political purposes, and that usually the pressure-and burden of it cometh upon the poor wbrkingman, upon such as have to earn their living by the sweat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

TIE BIGHT TIlW OF THI CASE The Canada papers have generally been very ferocious against us in the Trent affair. Tlieir voice has been almost unanimous for war, while their language has often been most unjust in its charges-and insulting in its. manner. But in New Brunswick, the Colonial Presbyterian, which.is probably the ablest paper published in that province, espouses the Federal cause _f with a warmth which deserves our grateful appreciation. In a recent article it says: "To us it appears much more difficult for a true British subject to sympathize with the _Souths than with the North, and we are convinced that the principles; enunciated by the pro-Southern Canadian and New Brunswick press, would, if practically carried out, be fatal to the safety of the British Empire. They are, in short, utterly seditious and dangerous, contrary to all Divine and human laws. 'Curses' are not the only things which, like chickens_^ ' come home to roost. Evil principles bring retributio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

BEV. JOHN H. BOCOCK, D. D. Those of our readers who happened to be ? present at the close of the General Assembly, in Rochester, N. Y., will remember the ridiculous figure cut by this gentleman in a speech made by him on a resolution of thanks to the citizens.of that place, for their attentions and Christian hospitality. So ridiculous was the speech and so unworthy were his insinuations that the leading Southern members of the Assembly requested report ers and editors of both secular and religious newspapers to make no report of it. So earnestly urgent were they that no notice at all was taken of it. The Rev. Dr. Stanton, of Chilicothe, in a late irumber of the Presbyter, gives the following account of him and his late doings: "This gentleman, a Virginian by birth, was the pastor of the Bridge Street Presbyterian church', the oldest church in the District of Columbia. He is a brother of Hon. Thos. S. Bocock, a candidate for Speaker of the House of Representatives in _Jshe last C...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

.. ¦;' ¦' •. ' • _^ orthe Presbyterian Banner. f he New Year and the Congreptiott. < Messrs. Editobs :-—I Hope New Year was a happy day in your families. It was one that will long be gratefully remembered in mine, as a day without clotids yyfhjen we experienced the feelings of Paul _^ at the meeting of the brethren at AppiiEorum: " He thanked God and took courage." _o With"your permission, I will, through the medium of the Banner , convey to the people of my charge, (Eich Valley,' Pa.,) and others, the grateful acknowledgment of myself and family, of their kind visit and the generosity and liberality with which it was crowned. To the ladies we are very thankful for the handsome and excellent cooking-stove, articles of apparel, provisions, &c.,- they bestowed. We are no less grateful to the gentlemen for coal, flour, meal, com, oats, a fine rigging for my horse, &e., and" W some known , and unknown friends-rfdr pocket money. Nor were our hearts 'less cheere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

DEATH OF EEL _M. MmMR The Rev. Henry RrjFjrafBE_,D.D. _£L1D., (for many years President -_«f _Washington College at.Lexjngton, Va., died Ellis '-residence in _Kanawha on the I7& t0f December, inthe* Slid year of hie _*2|ge. -Dr. Buffner was ainaaojof great leacniBg'inc _great ability. He was remarkably well acquainted with the whole _seope of the Burnish controversy. And he was axdenily jus .country's friend. t Some daaen years ago %e _pdlbtkhsd a •pamphlet, addressed to Virginians, on Slavery, which caused _^great commotion afc ri&e _itime; and certain /politicians and .othess stigmatized him as feeing little better than Ail'Abolitionist.' In <_lie pamphlet the ibl-Jowing stirring language k found:: , •'•..Cast it off, West Yirgiatains, wMle jret jmihtxe thei power; for if you let it descend unbroken to your _children it _wiH have _grdwn to a mountain of .misery on their heaps. * * • * Then by a forbearance which has no merit, and a supiaeness which h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

EASTERN SUMMARY BOSTON AND NEWmNGLAND ' ' * * ' ' % ; hi " " ¦ - '" ... '" .. "' ¦ a •' '' ¦? ' " ¦¦ -"' -_*:. The .Departure of, _Messrs. Mason and Slidell created no excitement. A small stealner conveyed them quietly, in the evening, from Fort Warren to a British vessel waiting to,, receive them. It is said that the rebel Commissioners would have been much better pleased if a demonstration of almost any kind had been made. This Fort Is from time to time receiving new prisoners, so that from all appearances it will be pretty well filled before the Winter is ended. One of the most Successful Astrojhomical Discoverers of the present day _ms _^ Mr. Horace P. Tuttle, of Harvard College. A few days ago he discovered a telescopic comet near the bright star ista Tirginis. This is the tenth comet independently discovered by Mr. Tuttle within \£he last four and a half years, which is more .than has been done by any previous ¦astronomer in the same length of time. Oeestes A. Beowns...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

HOME AND FOREIGN RECORD The first number of volume XIII. of the j Record,, has appeared. . Tb|s periodical* should.be extensively»taken\?tnd , read. It' costs but fifty cents, ft%a single copy; and only half tiiat amouht_^ for eachj'if fifty copies are ordered to one address. _JVSfrite ; to Peter Walker, Esq., 811 _Chestnufc _! Street, Philadelphia. . _> • DOMESTIC MISSIONS. _; The Board are exceedingly _^desirous to pay up all balances to their missionarie|, at the close of the fiscal year, March 1st. If ttie _contributions to their treasury, during January and February, shall be as they once were, and a little mbre so, the Board can. accomplish this _verj desirable result.". God has given us most bountiful harvests, • and he has not yet permitted a hostile foot to tread freedom's soil. Shall not the churehes make a due .acknowledgment? And is not an acknowledgment due, in this way seeing that a large part .of the .patriotism, moral power and blessedness of the cou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 11 January 1862

ECCLESIASTICAL ftev W. P. Carson's Post Office address is changed from Winnebagp, Ill _^ _tp lipworth, Iowa. He will take charge of the churches of EpwbrthVan d Peosta.- s Efev DAVID Waggoner was released, by the Presbytery of Beaver, _Decem ber 17th, 1861, from the church of _rrdaski Eev. JAM_1S H; Baird w _^ as _instaHed_^aBtor in the Fifteenth Presbyterian church, Philadelphia_^ December 16th, 1861. Mr. N. W. CoNKLiN was ordained, by the Presbytery of Philadelphia, on the 26th of December, and installed in the, Scots Presbyterian church. j Eev. O. O_: M'Ceean is Stated Supply at Middletown, Pa., in "the absence of Eev. T. K. Davis, who is endeavoring to re cruit his health. ' Eev. Wm. A. Fleming, having engaged to supply the pulpit of Eev. B.;L: Agnew_^ during a temporary absence, of the latter, _requeste correspondents to address him at Johnstown, Pa., instead of Irwin's Station. Bro.Agnew is acting as chaplain_, in Col. Powers' regiment, now at Port Eoyal, and is. enjoy...

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