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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

pterarg iwte_* Thk Rkctor or St. _Babdoiph's, or Superannuated. By the Author of " Salander and the _Dragon," •« Peeps from a Belfry," &c_, &c. 12mo., pp. 344. New York: Dana £ Co. 1856. This book is decidedly one of the most talented and effective of its class. It belongs to the »' Shady-Side and Sunny-Side department of our literature, and (as is well known to an extensive class of readers) it is wondrously pictorial and true to fact and nature. We arfe only reporting the simple truth, when we say that it has drawn tears of sympathy from ttie eyes of many readers. A perusal of this book prill show that difficulties of the same character are to be encountered by Episcopal ministers, which lie in the way of the Pastors of Presbyterian and other Churches, simply because they have imperfect and _unsanctified natures in their congregations. BOOKS cent to «¦ for a notice * will 1m duly attended to* Tbo_«« _CrompabUihcn la Phlladalplila* Jf_«w Y<ttmf *ett w...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

::i A-DV;B'»T'rSE: _iliPWTS_:; ' IT r S NO T A 1> Y B X-P RSSID E5 W T J. H. EATON, L.L.D., Union UniverBity, _Murfreesboro' I'ennisasee, says : ''_Notwithstaiiding the irregular ' use of Mrs: 8.'A. Allen's World's Hair Kestore _'r, ic, ¦ the _Mling off of hair ceased, and1 my grey locks were restored to their original color ._^ , ... - .-,;, ¦ .'! . •., • :.-. ,, ¦¦ ¦ -.-. -•, : „• ¦ ,-. Rev. M. THACHER, (60'yeai-s of «ge,) Pitcher, Chenasgp C_04NiY.: "My1 hair 1b iiow " restored to'itsnatural color, and ceases to fall off." ;'¦>¦>" ¦ ¦<¦ : ' .: . ¦ i EBV. WM. CUTTERIScL Mother's Magazine, K. T.: "My hair is changed to its natural color," 4c. . BEV. B. P. SfdNB,»; Dl,CdncordN.ffi: "Myliairwhich _^as grey,isnowirestored tolitsnatural color,' &c. ¦ • ¦ ii- >n _i_. BKV. D. OLl!fjpBNIN,,CWcagq, _m{: "I can add my testimony, and recornmeDd it to my friends." BBV.D.T.WOpD _._Middletpirn _. N.T.: «* My own hair has greatly thickened; also t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

JteW3wtft& " _- " ¦"" :;: 'il_^maii ' s;;Bigiibs. _-' ;;;;f _, ;_-_~ ;¦; The following we find in the London Christian _IVm_^, as being a. woman's belief on the subject of woman's rights. It contains much good "sense; and, ¦ withoutt indprsing it: ' as _perlKidt_^we _' ma_^_commendWto the notice of the sex, and of the gentlemen also. Xadies haive _"_ttieir rights , and' _<_inen should know and recognize them; in greater matters as well as in the courtesies of life; sAhome and when alone, as well as when abroad, or in the social circle. I believe in woman as the equal of man, in that she equally with Mm waa created in the image of pur jDreatjor. _,, And I believe that the dignity and worth of human nature consist in this _likerieBS to God, so essentially and only, that after this all other distinctions fade and are lost. ; Ibelieve that woman ia intenor in ,ppsition to man, in that she was created after him, for him, and dependent upon him. I believe that7 man ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. The Late Eev. Philip _Condit The Rev. Philip Condit departed this life at his residence in Marion County, Oregon, on the 24th day of November, 1856, of typhoid fever, in the fifty-fifth year of his age. Mr. Gbndit _Ws Bora in Mercer County, Pennsylvania, and was an Alumnus of Jefferson College. In early life he enjoyed the instruction_% and prayers of pious parents, and made a profession of his faith in Christ at the age of eighteen. At thirty years of age he became deeply convinced that it was his duty to preach the Gospel j and with characteristic energy and perse verance, and with small means, and aided by the avails of his wife's industry, pushed his way through his preparatory studies, and was licensed by the Presbytery of Ohio in 1839. In 1840 he; mdyed to _Haneuqk County, Ohio, and thence the next year to Wood County, in the North-Western part of the State, and engaged with zeal in the self-denying work of a missionary. He continu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

ttlibk For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Bible Narratives.—No. 25. THE ANGEL OF JEHOVAH.—GrEN. XVI: V - ;• 7—14. . ... The Bible opens, not as modern works on Divinity, with a chapter or book on Naftiral Theology, but with the mere announcement of God in the plenitude of Ms power, as the Elohim or first Cause of all things. Though the glorious heavens, and the beautiful earth, are an immense volume in which the creature may read of the Creator, yet there is no command thus to use the book. The reason is obvious. To the soul not yet deceived by an eye taught to convey false impressions, the truth that there is a God who made the universe, comes as an intuition. But though " the Law was added," and a special Revelation was given because of transgression,;yet there is a dignity and a directness still continued, in announcing Divine precepts in tlie Bible, which can be accounted for only upon the principle that they do, in their simplest form, better meet the felt condit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

wM 'Comfort. ; BY AMCB "CXeET. Boatman, boatman! myitjfam is wild, _^ As wild as the rainy seas; ¦ ¦ My p«or little cKild, nty _dweet l ittle child, : •ifira^<eoVpse npot fttylafees. ; ; No holy 'choir to _s sing' so loir, r _No priest to kneel_^in " prayer; ' . N,o tire-komantohelp ' me-_sew,;,. * ., ¦ . - A cap for Ms golden-hair. : ¦ Dropping his oars in the rainy sea, . The pious boatman cried; ¦ •;/':¦ ¦ Not without Him wbb _isli ' fe to thee,; - ; _^ /^bliM'Me_^ec nilJnaTe'_^e_^ ' . _[[ ' ' , ' His grace the same, and the same His power, Demanding tour love and trust; ¦; ,; .-. ;. t . Whether He makes of the dust a flower, _¦ • ' 'Or * ohan_^ef aflower to _' dust. ; ' ; ¦;;;;" ' ' ¦ "' ¦ ' . _WyB_^aid_^ _iffliaitHe water, a ll in all, ¦ .J.3_*e.^|B|_fh_^o _|l>e,smi, ' offprayi „ ': "' . ;,;;; To blight the leaves in their time to fall,, • , ~_:Or Hghtrup-thehillsrwitJh May.- ' • - , _.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

Population of the Roman States The Mnister of PuWic Works; Ma, just presented to his Holiness the census of the Pontifical dominions, as compiled by Cavalier Grifi from the _reporta of the provincial councils. The gross population is estimated at the'.' begirinning of 1854, to have consisted of _=3,124,668 souls, showing an increase of 770,497 souls_^ since the great census of 1816. These are distributed amongst 608 ,280 families; occupying 468 _^- 457 houses'in 4,055 parishes and 1,220 municipal communities. The population is almost equally divided between the inhabitante of the towns and the open country; the former class a little preponderate;- and stand iri the1 pirbportion of 11585,71/5 to 1,-588w953.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

EraGEATKiN to LiBERiA.-i -The follow ing table shows the number' of emigrants sent tQv Liberia Bytho American Colonization Sooielyarid its Auxiliaries , from, each State; from 1820 to 1856, inclusive : Massachtisetts , 34; Rhode Island, 33; Conneetiout 46; iJ_^ew York, 199; New Jersey, 35' ; Pennsylvania179; "Delaware, 5; Maryland; 510 •District of Columbia, 104; Virginia, _i 3,315 ; V North Carolina, 1,158; South Carolina, 415; Alabama, 104; Georgia; -1,030; Mississippi; • 536; _Louisii ana, 261; Tennessee, 674'; Kentucky; 585; *>hio/§ |; f _imx_^7^!;im_^ _^%_Mi% souri, 83; Iowa, 3; Texas,, 16; Choctaw Nation, 7; others, 3. Total, 9,502. Number born free, 3,676; number that purchased their freedom, '326 ; number'emancipated for emigration to Liberia, 5,500.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 11 April 1857

IPatdkttMfls_. An Editor ' " Surprised !"—Rev. J. A. Smith, editor of the Chicago Times, was lately visited by a party of friends,- and did not discover, until they had made good their escape, that they had left behind a purse of three hundred dollars , and a deed for a residence in the South part of the city.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

Jfacts m)fMtmm _, Christians Asleep. —r-The danger of going to sleep is _welliset forth in the following dramatic representation : (( The devil," says I_^uther, " held a great anniversary, at which his emissaries were convened to report the results to their several'missions. 'I let loose the _~wild beasts of" the desert- said one ' on a caravan of Christians_^ and their bones are now bleaching on _,the . sands/ ' What- of that V said the devil; 'their souls were all saved.' 'I drove the East wind/ said another,' against a ship freighted with Christians, and they were all? drowned.' ' What _ofr that V said the devil; ' their souls were; all saved/ 1For, some jears I tried to get _^av single Christian asleep,' _fjaid a third,' and I succeeded, and left hini so.' Then tie devil _shbtited," continues Lutherj " and the night stars of evil sang for joy." _; Pjiospegts in ( _j EEMAirr.—Undoubtedly the wind isbreatbing now every day more and more, in Northern Germkny, upon _^ the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

•or the Presbyterian Banner tad Advocate. I Religion; BEERS TO A FRIEND ON THE DOCTRINES AN» P" DUTIES OF THE BIBLE. fj/K—Necessity of _Regeneration M be born again.— Johniii: 7. RDear Friend :—One reason why reprtion is necessary, is because of oar f! depravity. And there is another it for this necessity, growing out of the _^corruption of nature; it ia this: Be-^_i until renewed by the Holy Ghost, Ian take no delight in the service of ft is a spirit; ,and they that worship lust worship him ia spirit and in truth_, tti iv: 24, Bat how can you'render Hal worship to him, when your very _S is opposed to him ? How can you ip in spirit and in truth, when your ds flesh and not spirit ; when you are band not spiritual t 1 is holy ; holiness becomes his house; tos is essential to his service; but'how UnM being delight in the service of |ftod? The holiness of God makes ftobjeet of dread to the sinner; it En with fear—that fear which hath Wk : . , _worship I; and how, then, can he wors...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

riginal i0_ftrg i Tun Feastv-All in Christ. Ipointed hour has come, and with it [Vitation—" Come, all things are ready." prophecies pointing to Jesus Christ, in, our Saviour, are now all fnlfill'd_. _|rmer and the latter things combine. gadow and the substance meet together. |ed of the woman, the Shiloh, King, tand Prophet by our God appointed; Lhis fellows with oil anointed, bt upon the chosen holy hill_, thlehem the Child is born. Th« Son _arid's city has been, found. His name, «rful, Counsellor, Mighty Gtxl, Prince Mice. The soul's desire of Solomon. be_'s son the portion. Isaiah's ¦ffctone and Sword. Jeremiah's Branch_, ptad of Paul and John. Of Judah_'s tribe Eon. The Star of Moses and the re. The Foundation tried and most sure_, atnb once slain. The light of Malachi. j _*_s Shepherd. Daniel's Messiah. !rk, Refuge, the Eock, the Living Stream_, lanna true, from heaven descended, ilch we too may eat and never die. Fell of Jacob's God, whence we may draw rink, and never t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

* _Lii _^race ;aritf goodness thephricipiil loadstones of ' thy_^_Affections' ; for" Ipve_^whioh_^ hath endsj-will Have an end; wtefeas that i whieh is fourideelvutroetvirtue4 wiUalways _contmueWvD_#3_«_ft»i? x ¦ ¦¦ _'_» ol _iWi*v _** _^ ¦ '_*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

JBethelI-Aoademy.—The .tuition per session is 98 to _$12, and not $8 to 910, as printed in the advertisement. ,' '^ Decease of Mr. Orr.—Died on the 30th of March, at his residence, in Clarion County, Pa,, after a protracted illness, Eev. Eobert W, 'Orr, in the fiftieth year of his age. A more extended" notice hereafter. Acknowledgment.—We have received from Coultersvalle, Pa., eleven dollars, for Mr. Guthrie, "toward the purchase of a bell for Little Traverse Mission. A few dollars still are needed. War in Africa.—The colony at Cape Palmas (the Maryland) has got into a serious conflict with the Natives. For some cause, whether the fear of an assault, or to chastise for an injury, or in the spirit ,of aggression, the Colony sent an expedition of fifty men against a native town. The Company was beaten, and twenty-six of them either killed or <_wdunded. Application was made to Monrovia for aid, and ex-Governor Roberts, _witfo_'one _hundred and fifty men, and 96,000 in'(mon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

i HfijajMSir1 _'1>e 7t _f1 ! !_rW_^lor _cii»i»» 91.35} or» d_«HT_«r«d at residences of _Snbseri_* hmt_»_t $1_»VS_» 8e_« Prosp_*ctns« on _Third _Pgg** HBBEWAL S should 1m prompt) a _llttls ^»hil_« _he_^_Of* I**** y««r _«xplr«« » th«t w_« _asky aiakt full arrangements for a steady supply* THIS _MMO WaAFPER indicates that w_« dealr_* a renewal. Ifj howeverj In the .l_^ast of ¦iallln' _ffVJthti signal should ftw aiMltted, w_« hope our friends will still not forget us. _nKBtlTTANCKS.—Send payment by safe hands * when convenient* Or* send by mall, enclosing with ordinary care, and troubling nobody witl* a knowledge of what you arc doing* For a large amount, send a Draft, or targa notes* For on* or two papers, send Gold or' small notes* T6 HAKE CHASrCHB. Send postage stamps, or better still, _scnu for more papers} say $» for Seventy number*, or $1 for Thirty-three numbers* * , i DIRECT all Xiettera and. _Communication to ' HJ£V« DAVID McKINNKY. Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

General Assembly. _. The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Ohurch in thelUnited _States of America Trill hold its next meeting'in the First Presbyterian Charch, Lexington, _^'KeiAofety, at eleven o'cldck, AY'fcl-, on Thursday; _Ae 21st of May next, and will be opened i with a sermon by the Rev. Francis McFaria«tf/ C.I;., _, ?^lodera tor of { the -last ,As-Egmbiy. _^ , ,, , " The Committee of ,€_ommissrons .will meet(in tfo"? irex5t«ri'rotfm-bf'the ohwron_, oH'the ' Wednes- "" day etfenifigt _preceding " at "eight?'o'clockj-to' re-. oeive7&oiunis8ions, and to. iThtbrsday- morning, » the day of the-meeting, ,at nine o'clock, for the same purpose. . _w John _LflYBffRir, Stated Clerk. _Alexander f. McGill, Permanent Clerk. P. S. Stated Clerks of Presbyteries are respeetftilly requested to make out their list of per-¦_sobs entitled to the Minutes on a separate sheet, •and to send that, together -with money _s for the, Minutes, to G. H Van Gelder_, Esq, Philadelphia, Treasure...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

*l aMerai& _^_feinpste PITTSBUEGH_, APEIL 18, 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

Thb construction of the towers for the suspension _bridge ' over the Ohio, at Cincinnati, is pro; grossing. The towers aire eighty-six by thirtytwo feet at the ba,se,,will be,'twa; hundred and thirty feet highi and one thousand and six feet apart. The cables will be anchored three hundred feet back on each side of the i; iver, pass over the tops of the towers, and thus be made to sustain the weight df the bridge.' The entire span "will be _Sixteen hundred _andisix leet. '• Gov. PoiBOCK'has appointed Mr. Armstrong, * lawyer in _Williamsport, Lycotning County, to the Supreme Bench, in place of Judge Black, reslgtie 'd.-/'- ¦ ; ¦¦ _• ¦ •' ; • ¦ ' . _' . ¦ ¦¦' . ' ¦;!'V- "" ;. ¦i 'v v;;: _^ ' ' ¦:'¦' ¦" St. ' -Louis _a April 8.—;For Mayor, -Wimer,*Enaansipationist, ' has 4,487; PAtte, _" _Denv, 8,7jB9 ; Lane, American, 1,881. The _BBtanoipationists bave a large majority in ' both branches of Counjila, and all the city officers. '" Thb , _Fredoniafc Cm&or says_^ that one _, ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 18 April 1857

"m ttt_^tlYtY %_Xtip\]tiY_^_tY tP _wW»\ vijiU _rJ_),_iUlUUlCull a:._5T/ i"._'iw ,;t-:..i_^,...,ii>r< ;r.uj.>.?:_O! rf_^ixevn: h_"_-< ..: "; - _¦' ¦' Great Britain. /- ¦¦ ' --<;a '_-' .;•• . -.-¦ England was stilL-ail excitement about'the eleetions, _* on _theiaepar_^ore _' ol'"fixe laststeamera ' w; Meh have_^^ reachedriinai _ponntry.' : ;The ; 'representati-tiB districts there, do not, as here, all vote on tli« same day." Neither af e _^ the people _' confin'edi1 in ¦ ;* ¦- ¦ ¦ , • ¦ '¦'¦ * _t ff i'/ /" " I ' ¦¦¦ v. ' _s.__.,. i ,' '• * ¦' " ("¦" ¦ . ~i -i . ¦ ¦_£_&£ their choice,, to aresidentrof their owntownoi cpnntyj., A man? ;not_^' _iesiding,_njbar them may be chosen. Hence; sometimes, the same person it chosen by difFerent districts. He can then accept for one, and the others must go into a new choice And%iso, af candida% may_^fail_^ti one disixictJ-aiMl then offer himself in _another. So far as elections had beenmade, they in...

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