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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA MONDAY, MARCH 2G, I860. L 1 I LETTER FROM BALTIMORE. 1KB OOTirKH JrAtB-TBC IRTKBSKT THFRRIW IT I TH ABSORBING) TIIOUtJnT OF BTMF ATBIZK RS ' VUMVIOBWT BBQCKSTft LADIES OITlltO TRBIR JKWKUI, rO OKBTLRMKR POBATINU HOnSBS aid i-ora, oABttiAOBa a bobsbs, old wik, nc. bto. Special UorretpvmUnc of Tht Evening Telegraph. Baltimore, March 28, 1883. The gMat Sonthorn Fair, for the benefit of Im poverished and suffering people In the Sooth, vhiott commences here in the Maryland Institute, on the 7th of April, has become tlio absorbing subject witn those whoe sympathies wore and are In accord with tholr friends In the so called Southern Confederacy. ' It seems, Indeed, to bt tho leading thought, and pro mines unpreoodeutea succosi. The same sentimon , tality and enthusiasm wuich oliaraotenaed alliliators with the Kebollion at the beginning and durinz the eontinuanoo oi tne war, is stul manicst. They spare neither pains nor time nor money to a'lenate wha...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING 'TELEGRAPnPglLAELrmA,: MONDAY, iMAHCT 26, . I860. c PJHISNOAL SKETCHES. HIRAM POWERS. It la well known tout Flaxroan tu a believer k the doctrine of Bwedoiiborg. It appears by a recent letter of Powers that Tie in uurt ban Iour been of the tame faith. It having. been pro posed in London to erect a statue of the dist n trulfehed S-vetlo, application was made to Mr. Powers, wbo mane reply: I nhall be irlnd to execute a s'atne In marble r bronzo ol our srrcat author. 8weaenDor; aud 1 have nothing at present ongam d to prevent in oo ginning, bucu a woik. wi Inn two ortmce mouths. Iam U"t rich, and thenloi'o should bo glad to accept ad tlio pecuniary aid ttiav con d be givon witlilu reasonable limits sv il2 0 winch would mnko tho work remm crntivo in tho degree of my other works. Hat it so much cannot be ruined th.m plemosee how much can be not, and let mo know, i will do the work lor whatever sum can bo raisod; and it mine than Xl'AH) cau bo raisod thun 1 will make the...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 March 1866

MISCELLANEOUS 'JOTTINGS," " Tbe death-rale of women ii greater than that Of men in Scotland. "rTne Astronomical Society of England has Jast issued eight views of the planet Mars. Gqn41 rfl 14 OTpcted lo Parta. So 1 hero la to be.no ndw revolt in Hpain Under hla leader hip. k " ' " " ' -- At a recent sale In Berlin an autograph letter Of Marie Antoinette was sold for the extraordi nary sum of 205. Mr. William Thomas Brande, chemist of the Eojal Mint, died at Tunbridge Wells, England, recently, aged eighty yoars. CMravari has a picture of the cholera, as a horrible spectre, rousing the slumbering Inter national CommiHBion by a fierce attack. General Warren ij out In a pamphlet Justi fylnjr his conduct in tho Five Forks battle, (or which, it will be remembered, he was remove! from command by General Bhertdan. A brlpade of juvenile eroMinj-sweepers has been formed in London, under the presidency of Lord Brougham. At present there are eighteen boys, who wear a preen blouse as their unilo...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 26 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHIL ADELPfili, MONDAY, MARCH 2, 18CC. - i - 8 CITY I N TELL I OE NUE For Additional Local Items tee Third Fage.) Death of this "Oldest Inhabitant." On baturtlay last the obsequies were performed which consigned to consecrated jrround, not only the oldest Inhabitant ot onr city, but one, In hli way, of the most remarkable men ot the ge Mr. Owen McCue, of West Philadelphia. Mr. Owen McCue, whose name Is hereafter a part of our local history, was born In the county ot Araia.tth, Ireland a county celebrated for the longevity and powers of endurance of iU Inhabitants. At an bk when ordinary men have either departed this life, or r;tlro from worldly pursuits, he emigrated trom his native Boil and landed at the port of Philadelphia. He was then no less than eighty years of age. His occupation in the mother country was that of a grazier and dealer in cattle, lust such a charac ter as Sir Walter Scott describes in his novel of "The Two Drovers,", in bis "Tales o...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

DTD" J-JJLo y -p ' "TT JOJJLi! PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MARCH 27, 18 GO. DOUBLE SHEET-THREE CENTS. V VOL. V.-No. U. 7 ... ; -T i . I, x LAST HQURS OF; THE, CONFEDERACY. Interesting Revelntlens General Lee on Pence A Conversation with Jefferson Dnvls List of Union Men In the South. The following Interesting documents will be printed with the diplomatic correspondence of the SUte Department. They . accompanied! a circular letter, dated March 15, 1865, addressed by tbe Secretary oi8tate, who vouched for their authenticity, ta our. principal Ministers in Europe. The lirst is a statement of the entire military strength of the Confederacy on the 4th of February, 18G5, from official records in the War Department, which force was distributed as Jollows: - -. . . . tlndor Len In VIreinia 64,000 Command of Bra 8 It and Hoko, JNorch Caro Una.......... 9,000 Command ot Beauregard and lUriloe, boutta Carolina 22,000 This last embraces the late army ot Hood, and the forces which evacuate 1 .--avaii...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHIL ADELPIIIA, ..TUESDAY, , MARCH .27, -1800. THE NEW YOEK PRESS. Ec'itcrlal Opinions of tho Leading fcCutr.ols Upon the West I m port ent Topics cf the Hour. COVIMlIb IV) BY 1AY FOR XVt.HinO TRLEOltAPn. Government Printing. trfn' Ilir Irihuna. In mioptiiitf 5!r. Lawn's resolution to limit the iioiubT ol rule tit Reports, the liotio Jat w (ktook one imporrnut step totvnrd rdorm. We truht it v ill not Ims the last. Mr. Laflln'j speech reveal some fnt r slnkiiii? enough, we f ko'ild itnifre, to ronipel the utr.-rition of the Ilouse, and enforce the nec.C'Hbity of vigilant economy in the future. CertHlnlv the country enu liuvc licie uleii of the extent t which the d'ovemment luia ftotie into the printing business, or o' tho nniouut of money It expends. In Uin sinele item covered by Mr. Lallin's resolution, previous extravagance has been enormous. The Patcnt Otllco reports tor 18G3 and lnH are still imprinted, but orders are on file tor 40,(100 extra copies...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

CITY INTELLIGENCE For AddUiwnt City lntcUw-nce$ee El tw Pag .) m -sssaaaaaaaasB Lkctubb on Habit. The Academy of wiiHio was crwwaco last evening with a brilliant audience, to a listen to a lecture by Joha B. Gongta. oa "Habit. The lecturer was intro duced to the audience by Mr. (teonro W. Eddy, one of the prominent members of theTounsr jMen'i Christian Association. i ; , ' In commencing he thanked the audience for the flattering reception ther had given him. He stated ' v fl! I!"? wb Je "ad chosea "titbit" t bis sub if VIV ,h.M Khsd tboroby a wider latitude than if no nad selected a more logical subjoct. llo had cqaired the habit of fl'Rrewion, but he would , "?rsj a( utoe a, possible. possibly some critic eould accuse him I common place topics.. Kir Walter Scott had said to his daughter, who had called something vulvar, tlia; that word meant only eemmon. or in lrcquent use. ttomool the best pos 'Brestonsare oommoD and familiarly known to all, .Habit it gradual in its growth, and so...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

vnug telegraph Is ftMithcd ivriy of'fmvcn (Xvndayb excepted) at Ifo. 108 Ihird utred. Pr'ee, Three Vent Per (lopy (Double Sheet), or LtyUtecn Uvt Per W'vek, payable to thr Carr-er, and mai'e6 to Stihscrflxrtt out of tie city at Nine Dollars Per ; One DoVur and Fifty Cents for Two ." Month, invariably m advance for the period oiv'trmJL To insure Vie insertion of Adctrlieemrnts in a'l of enfr Editions, Uiey invsltte forwarded to oar . otl'ce not UUer than 10 o'clock each Mom int. TUK6DAY. MARCH 27. lSGfi. Tlie Tiuc Issue ol the Campaign. Tub Iswun to be settled by the people of re.in sylvania In October next Is not a complex one. It does not consist, as our opponents arc endeavoring to make ua believe, of a .scries of questions concerning the settlement of negro suffrage, support or defeat of Mr. JonnsoiT, confiscation, and negro equality. All these are mere side issues, thrown out by the Democracy for the purpose of blinding the eyes and directing tho attention from the vital questio...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

THE . DAILY EVENING TELEGRAM. PHILADELPHIA TUESDAY, MARCH 27, .1866 ' ' - AMUSEMENTS, ; , WlLtrT8TBwrrTHKATR.UiteTe'nJni ariro r an (lie new niled the New VYalnnt to witness tns Habut of Mist Kofirno oo Manrnm-ittn in the ohara tr of , "ranchon." Grmt expectations nasi boon f.irmod fcy those who know the abllltr of the lady, and 7? 7 Had to lay tbat the v were raore than realised. Th tbret acta ol tba play ar tho only ones l' which afford goora for th r i..t two being too submissive reform of theonoe wild and ' uDi.muuin unoaet. In those scenes which admitted of onRinality, ths talont of tho debutante shown lorth with marked efiuot. Entering tully into the jptiit oi the character, sho (rare ns a picture of a tiioaghtioM, wila, roiiioksoine, mischievous, loving " girl, unused to restraint and perfectly vnzovernablo. t .One ot thoflnoet portions of nor porsonaUon was the ffradnal IranaitlOd of f hi nnnir A mo-mn (mm h.i. i iBWlpM til Ittilwltb iitiiwA...ii Tk. . I 1 - iouj iibuumbviu....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

SKIIOH AND CORINTH BATTLE-FIELDS. TIr PrMfHl 41 h amity Apptirano The Bone af l'2,ooo 4Jureitrate Soldier BlvnciilOff AImsv sMrounrt. Corinih ( Mint. )VorrtnKmae ce of tto Memphis Argun Not tbe lant memorable of the "pitcho'l battlPR" of the lute war was that which was loiifrot in front of this iir-and "intrenched camp" that we call Corinth, ou the 3d and 4tu days ol October, 18;2, t During the pnt two davit, a portion of my aojonrn hero has been ppen t in a partial explo ration ol that pirt of the baUlo liold which lien in the northwes'ern antrle ior:nea bj the croiw inp oi tne Memphis and Charleston and Mobile and Ohio Rullrouds. The aicfhH that I saw, ol' vast numbers of Contcdernte ' bones," who'c skeletons and parts of skeletons, lying; exposed and bleach'nar on the licld, in the bushes, and on the hillsides, mi.lcr lours, and on mumps; ot the neatly inclosed and well-marked gravus of Federal Holdieni, U buried at the proper depth, and of tbe forest trees, in all directions, re...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

in i THE DAILY ; EVENING .TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, TUESDAY, MAROn 27, I860. CONSIDER. BT CHRIBTTNA O. ROSSBTTI. , Consider -r --, - x- The liUcs of tho field whose bloom is bilolt-i - We are a th7) - - - ' Like them we fade away, As doth a leaf. Consider The sparrows of the air of srufill account t Our God doth view Whether they fall or mount, xie guaras us loo. Consider The lilies that do neither spin nor toil, Yet are most fair : Whnt profits all this care And all this coil? Consider The birds that have no bai n or harvest-weeks; God cives them lood : Much more our Father seeks To do w good. OBITUARY. General Nctb VTilllaina, V. 8, A. We have announced the death, at Boston, of Gen eral Both Williams, of the Adjutant-General's Do partnient of the army. It appears tliat he had boon 1)1 lor some time, and retired, on lurlough to the residence of his sister, Mrs. Charles A. Lambard, whore he died. General Williams was a native of Augusta, Maine where he was born in 1822 He was the son...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 27 March 1866

8 XHIA.2SIX.. lk BMnMloa on tttm Prn A Hard VIkHi Kmptcd EathaftUtam imD( 111 Allied Troop AHAttier AngKKDrsv lf ! Iron-Clad on tno Woy Tbo Na ml Kcsonreoa of Brazil Liberal Ideas of tn Emperor Don Pedro, Tt. Rio Janeiro, February 1. As communication 'between Brazil and the United State is becom ing more frequent and Important, I think that my correspondence will be found interesting as an impartial record of event, and especially with retard to matters concerning Americans. By this steamer there is but little news to commiinleate about the war against the Dictator Lopez of Paraguay. The army and navy of the triple alliance are opposite Tanso de la I'stria, the Parana river separating them from the northern banc, where the Paraguayan array Is encamped. The allied generals are trying to save time and blood at thl ford of the river, where the Dicta tor of Paraguay has concentrated all his forces and elements of resistance. The Brazilian army is composed of about forty thousand men, in...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

1 R-"P A IPTFT H v :h I L.I Ail 1 J A 1 i VOL. V.-No. T5 "PHILAlDELIPECIA., WEDNESDAY; MARCH 28, 1866. DOUBLE SHEET THREE CENTS.' T Deprived of Its Horrors by Purifying and Enriching the Blood. JiOWIS THE TIME TO USE A PREVENTIVE. i I There Is None Equal to Holmbold's Highly concentrated Fluid ( Extract Sarsaparllla. . .' I THE CHOLERA 1 Affective vltallraUon of tbe blood, and when the blood LIFE GIVING POWER, ' tesne relaxation of the contiactlle powers ot tha buH'd vettei ol the body, and the lntentlne open their Diyrlnd blvi d tetteit, and all the albtiminoaa or flesh inak tna material pause off Irom the bowel. PUKK AMlHKALIHY BLOOD RESISTS DISEASE, And w hile there may be no occasion for alarm, those timiure blvvd ate most liable to stiller. . i nnH huh HHH Mlllt HHH Him llllll HHH HHH HUH i HllHUmiHllHII HIIU HHH HHH . HHH HHH HUH HHH HHH HUH him IN THE SrKINO MONTHS the system naturally mtinctroen cliunge, and H I.LM HOLD'S HIGHLY jotcvKi bated rXiKAor of sabsapabilla to an ai...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING tELEGRArn. rniLADELr'niA,! WEDNESDAY, j MARCH 28, .'l&GG. THE NEW YOIIK TRESS. Editorial Opinions of the Leading i Journals Upon the Most Import ant Topics of the Hour. CCMriLID FVERY DAT FOB JtVEWIJIO 1KLECRATH. Connecticut" the Dubious. From th Tribune. There U an omnibus-load of antique polltl 1 elans In Connecticut who,' hnvlni? ridden to ',. death the parties wherewith they were formerly i connected, attached thera.wlveg to the Republl" "can organization precisely as a man overboard ' clutches the tirst plank that he can reach. He . kad no particular likin? for that plank; but he tad a Tory particular dislike to being without ' sne. 80 these men, hating or haled by the sham Democracy, went where thev were most likely to be welcomed and providod for; and they vindicated their sagacity by so doing. They were not at heart anti slavery, but they were antl-nothinif-to eat; and they went where they shrewdly calculated that they would be likely to fare best. ? Ho...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELE GRAPIL PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 1866. CITY INTELLIGENCE ITor Additional Ciy Intelligence tee Ei jtith Page.') TiMrKBAHCK Mertuto. A larga numr.er tf prraons assembled last evening in tin First Haptist Church, corner of Broad and Arch atreets, for the porpope of listening to addresses en the subjeat of temperance, delivered by eeve ral prominent divines of this city. - Rev. U. Dna Doardman presided, and opened ihe proceedings by reading the Hcriptures, prayer, and a brief address, in which he de picted in vivid colors the evils resulting from the use of sj lntuous liquors. He was followed fcy Kev. Dr. Cornell, who read several Interest ing extracts from diflerent writers, showing, among other tacts, that there are annually five thousand arrests made In this city for intoxica tion, and five thousand more from causes result ing therefrom. Among the facts read waa that which allnded to the largo number ot females who are addicted to this evil. It was sta...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

THE DAILY ) EVENING TELEGRAPH. PJHffi ADELPIIIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 18G6.1 Is published every apemoon Sundays excepted) at No. 108 S. 2hird street. Price, Three Cents, ; Per Copy (Double Sfieet), or Eighteen Cents Per, WteUr, payable to Oie Carrier, and malted to Subscriber out of (lie city at Nine Dollars Per Annum: One Dollar and Fifty Cents for Two ! Months, invariably in advance for the period ordered. To insure the Insertion of Adtertisements in all of our Editions, Vury must be forwarded to our office not later than 10 o'clock each Morning. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2S, I860. The Second Veto; TnB refusal Of President JonwsoN to give his consent to tbe Civil Bights bill will occa sion no surprise. It and the Freedmen's Bureau bill were the twin children of Senator Tbumbull's brain, and when the Executive saw fit to veto the one, consistency, if nothing else, demanded that a like fate should be reserved for the other. While, therefore, the first veto took the countjy by surprise, the p...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 18GG. -v . a. AMUSEMENTS.. New CnMwtrr SthRkt 1 hbatr Hoio th aatmiit talis ua that all style are good oxeetmn ' the style that la tiresome. Mr. Brou?ham in prociai'ly In tiis dramatization of Only a Clod talln Into the prohibited style; lie ba mndo On; a Cod lntonielr lliesome. The novel has Terr liu e ennnntion in it, bat It contains atront: contrast ot charaoter. Mr. Brougham baatervortd them all, ta n irom them their lUiimiiunlity, mid destroyed al Intnrost oitbor tothote who have read or to those who have not read . the novel. I here la littlo Jot in the novel; tin re is not in the play, nor la the dialogue at all brilliant. The two uarta o( the niece are 'Julia Desmond," not eufliclcntlv developed to be understood, how ever, and frank TiodothljB " Mi's Orion D'ayod "Julia" with the iiitolllgonce and JndvmPut thai distinguish all she docs display ing much power hut it is not a part that could secure anplanso, or ad...

Publication Title: Evening Telegraph, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRArn.PniLADELPHIA, "WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, 18GC. 6 VETO. Return of the Civil Rights Bill-Objections of the President The Rights of Citizenship State Discrimination Qetweenthe Races-Restraints of the National Government Powers of Congress Deflnod-Conflict of Judicial Authority -Powers Con ferred Under the Bill-Adequacy of the Army and Navy, Etc. WAsniKOTON, March 27, 1886. To the Sftinfe of the Unftd State: 1 regret that the bill wliicn ba pas-cd both Hounes of Congress, entitled "An act lo protect all persons in the tinted Males in their civil rights, and lumlsa tLe means of tlicir vli.dicuiioii," contains provisions wsich J can d (it appiove consistently with my smiso ot duly to Iho whole people, and my obligations to the Constitution ol the I'uttod Mates. I am. then lore, constrained to return It to tho Senate, tho Hou-e In which it originated, with iny objections to it' becoming a law. Hy the first soc tion 01 the t'l 1 all persons born in the United States, ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

1 i THE QUESTION OF RACES IN THE SOUTH. ' 1 Another letter from the lion. John Bell, ofTrnataacc. The Louisville Journal publishes another in ' tcrcsttng letter from the venerable John Bell, of Tennessee, devoted to the consideration ot the future relations between the biack and white races In the f-'oul.h. He pays that ibr some time to come, with the destitute whites as well as the blacks, the great need, the most urgent want, the wailing- cry must, indeed will be, "Bread 1 bread 1 bread 1" He holds that the institution of slavery In the South was far from being an unmitigated evil; that It fcicatly improved the black race, and was preparing the way lor their peaceable, hnppy en franchisement, in accordance with natural luws, when the civil war waa precipitated by Northern fanaticism. Ho admits that there wero traces of hardship and scandal, but contends that, the general tendency was ameliorative. As an evi dence of this, he contracts the condition of the slave in the time of his ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The evening telegraph. — 28 March 1866

8 THE DAILY EVENING TELEGRAPH. PHILADELPHIA, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 28, I860. MATTERS OVER THE RIVER. New Jersey Conference. " Eviniwo fcwwioN Sixth Dat. The Conference) vet at lia.l-past seven. Heading? of the Scriptures, unci prayer by Thomas (Serjeant, who oooupiud the hair by appointment of Bishop Hoott. The report ot the Bible Society was then read. It u an intereetinf document, as it gave full particu lars ol the operation during the past year, f he re pert wu received, aud ordered to be printed in the minute. . . Kov. Mr. Ashbrook was ordored to forward the moneys in hi hand to Dr. Sholden, Bible agent. The Committee on leuiperanoe made their report, strongly disooontenanoin: the praotioe oi drinking domoiitio wium, a it wai a prolltlo source ot evil. The Committee urged tho nooessltr of observing a ttriot aesire to luituor tho cause of temperanoe, and of organizing the Children Into tempcranee societies. Xhia report elicited much discussion. A resolution was oltrr-d to Insiroct th...

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