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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

to do wiih the subject, a minority in favor _Btrorg testimony against it. • troubles in the Young Mkn's Christian _Iiatioii have been quieted. The resolution fd by Prof. Crosby, on the 26th of January, Iding discussion on the subject of slavery, been rescinded, A substitute has been ed, which provides for freedom of speech o t ' he bounds of propriety and courtesy, and _hereafter resolutions declaratory of opinion jy, shall not be put to vote_. PHILADELPHIA. ( congregation of St. AndbeVs Episcopai 3h has voted to its pastor, Rev. Dr. Stephens, health requires relaxation, $1,800 where-0 visit tbe Holy Land, and to continue Ms daring his absence. _5. the 1st day of March, the Moravian &en of Philadelphia celebrated the fourth nary of their Church. From a sermon led on that day, in the First Moravian |, by the pastor, the Rev. Dr. Schweinitz, hi that they claim a distinct Church ordon as early aa 1457, and that it was I by Count Zinzendorf in 1722. The lumber in connexion...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

¦ v. For the _Fretbyteilau Banner and Advocate. r . • wbytery of Selmjler—Extracts from _JSinutes, April 2d to April 8th, 1857. Moderator— Rev. I. N. Ca-ndce, D. D. Ternary CUrk—Rev. W. M'Oandiish. Assistant fk-llev. T. M. Walker. _?li« new churches of Aledo, Mercer County LBushnell, McDouough Couuty, were enrolled. lev. IX. Matthews, of Monmouth, and J. D. _f fille, of Prairie County, were elected Commisjers to the General Asstmbly, at Lexington, ;, May 2lst, 1857. Their alternates are Rev, M'CnndliBh_, of Quincy; find Judge Gelmorej _Milleisbury, Mercer County. lev. J. T. Bliss was received from Fort Wayne sbjtery. He is stated supply of John Knox inch • ..- ¦¦ -.. v I S&vvlesbnrg was chosen _ns the place for the next Id meeting of Presbytery, October 12th, , nt 11 o'clock A. M. ie Trustees of " Mercer Collegiate Institute," It-tl•>, made a report to the Presbytery, through r Hi'irttary, Rev. W. Townley. b« vt-port was adopted, and six new Trustees _pK t-»wU: Me...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

-nLD . BRSRIDGB ACAOEMY.-THK _JCi Summer Session of this Institution' will bpm on TUK3DAY. May 5th, and close _ou the last ihursday of Sfptamber, without any harvest vacation.. Students who are miners will'not be' allowed absence during the term, except upon written requests from parents.orguardians. ., . , TUITION I'lsKS in__Lana;ttage3, $10 00 per Session; in Mathematics, Philosophy, ic, $8 00; iu, Common School branuhes, $6 00.; ¦: . . . .;. ,. .. ¦t .:. ; : The Female * Department is under the care of Miss J. D, _SIIKLIJSGi _S _/ RBV. A. DDKAL0S0J5_, Principal. ' . ""'¦" . T. " B, " BL _' DJS«_U ' A. " B_^ :n ._« i.- _i : •¦; sAauist'Kennedy;bsq.. : ,., - \ apl8-2t* * „.. , f_.i * ,,.;t -: _;: i ;•! _>->* ¦ Ae8_«Btants. •. m-" H5 A THfiRWOOD _PABSBFTERIAL "Jj ACADEMY.—Th» Rev. J. _Matser still presides over this Institution, and in behalf of the Board, so'icits for it the continued _patronage of the surrounrtiaa:country. The _services of D. O. Green, A. B., a gen...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

_MTSST ALEXIMDER ACADKMY.-THE _tf Summer Session of this old and weii-eatabliihed school, will commence on the first Monday of -May, end continue twenty-one weeks. The services of experienced and successful teachers have been secured. Mr G. M. Spargrove, of -lAHegnenj Theological Seminary, takes charge of ihe Male . Department; .and **r. G. McDonald, of the Female Department. No pains will be spared to give a thorough Mathematical, .Classical, and English _Education to all pupils entrusted to their care. Board can be had in private families,-fit reduced rRtes ; . • — • For further particulars, address EEV. WM. H. LESTER, apll4t West Alexander, Pa. TCSC _ARQRA FEMALB SEMINARYAT ACADKM1A. Juniata County, Pa.—This Institution h*s t_^o'e advantages and attractions that pertain to a thorough and comprehensive system of education, conducted by experienced and skillful teachersand a location in a very healthful region, away froni towns and villages, and in tbe midst of charming scenery. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

PERMS IN _ADVANCE, H.oOpwyear. IN CLUBS of twenty, and upwards, U& " « DBLIVBRBD in either of tbe cities, 1.75 « •# ADVERT1SEMEKTS; In Advance. for eight lines, or less, one insertion 60 cents; each _suft sequent insertion, 25 cents. Bach additional line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. for eight lines, three months, ' $8.00. Each additional line 25 cents. For eight lines, One Year, 910.00. Each additional line SI. Cards of two lines, $ 5 a year, and $1 for each additional line. _BcsiNitss Noticvr often lines or less, One Dollar. JEacb additional line. 5 cmt_). 99" Communication;, recommendatory of Inventions, He dJcal PracticeSchool*, Ac. &c, being designed for the peat triary benefit of Individuals, should be paid for aa Businesi Notices. Rkmii by mall, where no good _pportnnlty is otherwise at hand. Drafts or notes of the larger denominations are preferable, where they can be conveniently obtained. _SOBSCMMI0NS taken by Bev. S. Guiteau73 We«1 Fayette ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

ViU_# AJ" vlltl-viiUviU Nicaragua. •• It appears, by the _arsival of the Tennessee, that Walker's affairs in Nicaragua, become Worse and'worse. He was still shut up in Rivas, not able to proceed either way, and closely watched, with sickness among his men '. '' ,:/ "';" . ?,;/ \ ' /._\.;' Col. Lockridge, with:? Col. Titus, of Kansas memory, has failed to op° n up a passage to him by the San Juan River. Titus was unsuccessful in an attack on Castillo, _^ and left. Lockridge afterwards advanced with his three hundred men, and made a demonstration, but abandoned tixe enterprise,, thinking the _^ fort ? too strong.,. He then disbanded his army, and proposed _volunteers to accompany him by Panama _^ to reach Walker from the "Pacinc. About one hundred agreed to go. These*embarked with him' on the old transit steamer, J".. ' _itl Scott_?,which, blew up, _killings and wounding _eixty, of them., _,lY ; V A number of Loekridge'i pen returned by the Tennessee. 6 thers are expected; r F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

i -J7-'B:MP»S _lliTOBBE _PABTILIj 1CS.-TH0USANDS •Mm.' of children pine, 1 icken, and die from no other cause tnau worms. '1Mb is a safe remedy. Infants may take it without danger, for it contains uo _mercury. All children relish the Pastilles. BRISTOL'S SARSAPARILLAtbeonly article of the kind that has stood the test of time, is _equally efficatious >_is a remedy far scrofala, eruptions, liver compldivnt, and nervous diseases. ¦• . ¦ : ¦ ., -._v - ,. ' .-. ¦ ¦ . i Sold by D. T. Lanman & Co. wholesale druggists. 69 Water Street, New York,-and by all druggists , _tsareapartlla, $1, and Pastilles 25c. per bottle.- ' A ap25-lt ¦TOTOli : I_« ' .O'W A'Jir> S _OT N TMmWt T.—DAJTJtfl. (JBtlOUS riALVBS—Baware-of mineral ointments. _Ttaay diive external _diseases into the system.* This ungnent is entirely _vegatabie. It expels the exc'tl. g cause of inflammation and suppuration. Under the cicatrice it leaves behind; ther« liirks no covert _prison. Soil at the manufacto...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

TtrSCAHLORA ACADEMYFOMDED IN 1836.—The Summer Session of thia Institution opens <m the' 1st of' May next. 'The last Catalogue numbers 160 students, from ten States of- the Union. The Course of instruction is full and thorough, both as to preparation for business and for College. Students have been entered by the Principal,at Yale,,_Prinoe_^on, Dickinson , Lafayette, Jefferson, Washington, and Delaware _Colleges. Location in the country, easy ot access, healthful,free from temptations, and in the midst of beautiful scenery. The moral and religion!: influences in and around the Institution are all the most anxiou» parents can desire. For Catalogues, containing full information, apply at this office, or to J. H. SHU_31AKER , A; M., PrineipaL mh2S-3m* Aca<Jemia, Junlata County. Pa. Hj-est branch high school, ' _Vlf _JfiiiSBy SH0_KB, _LyCOMINjd _OODNVY, PA. Tne next Session of this Boarding School for both sexes, will commence on MONDAY, April 13tb. Ihe Boarding-Houao i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Presbytery of _Allegheny. The Presbytery of Allegheny met at Centreville on the'14tli of April, and _adjaurried. on the day following. . Rev. J. F. Boyd was chosen Moderator, and Rev. Newton Bracken, Clerk, for the ensuing year. Mr. Samuel Williams was ordained to the work of the Gospel ministry, and installed' aB pastor over the congregation of Centreville. Rev. New-; ton . Bracken preached the sermon; Rev. Loyal Young presided, proposed the constitutional questions, and delivered the charge to the pastor; and Rev. R. B. Walker gave the charge to the congregation. Rev. Messrs. Smaliey and Boyd were appointed a Committee to install Mr. Williams as pastor over the congregation of Muddy Creek, on the Saturday preceding the fourth Sabbath of May. , :- : •' ¦• ' Rev Loyal Young and John Breckenridge, elder, were elected Commissioners to the General Assembly, and Rev. David Hall and Williani C bellelderwere chosen alternates. r amp, , . Calls...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

' -; - : * - ' '•'•' -• Markxps. _^ j._^ifJ \ v"'"':y '' ¦ " " " ¦ "¦'" ' "' ' -"PittMiwtut t-i _y_^. : ' . ' _: { --,, ' _^, -, a-m . ¦'¦ ....;-.- -,_w ' :_PiTTSBn_«aH, Tuesday, _jipril 21. Ashes—-iPearls,6J_^@7J_^c. . Pots, fci_^@7c Soda _Aah, 8_%«t4.v:., _;.- ,_;, • ;.:,-<; •¦ l • . • • „¦ ¦ ,-i:--.-.- ..I ¦ . . . <¦'. <¦ ¦ .. ¦ ¦ <¦;:,:-•: ' , u_?PL8B—>' one in . market; -would command $4.50i@5.00 per bbl. '" . ,;-Joi. .> »,i. > ,;^ !> _' • ¦ i ' u r .:>,_$ \<- ir;-,-.. ¦; ' : Bbams—Prlme;whUe, $2.50@2 75 per _btiBh.-.-,_» :. ? '. Buttkk Auv Kfioa—Butter, _Eellicg in boxes aod _bbls., at 25c ; good roll, '23. Bees. ll_©12c. Bicosi—Sbotildere, $%c. Silts, lVOlt_^. . Plain Hams, 12@12_^c. Sugar cured Hams. 13@13_%. _iiKO.fMS—M«8_ket veil supplied: common, $1/25; tetter o. _BaJiti_*r$18_pfti2S»^ fency, #2'25@i2M v_> '" _; t ¦ Chbksb—Supply-ligWtj ' _ll@_14e. _, , ' ' ,. ' ¦ . '¦" ; _»r ', * DriigD _f Ron...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

: _' ;;^/; " V/\: _' : _' - _Tri;aIi;.and;Kiansas_^: ._^. " . ;',: ' . ¦ _: Insh-uctions have been-issued from the War Department, ordering ' Gen; .Harney and troops immediately from Fioridato Fort Leavenworth. Col. Si'mner, _Tirith a force of about one thousand men, has also been ordered _against the Iowa' and Chejeane Indians. On; the restoration of, peace in those quarters he will proceed with Mis troops to XTtah—the _shameful Iieenti6u3ness' of. _^hich Territory the Administration is determined a shall be broken up. '¦ . :¦ '"''••: >>_-' ¦¦ ¦ ¦ \ _^. ¦ • ¦ - ' v.-. _^ -. -' ¦ -:r - It is ' estimated that early, in June ther_^ will be at _^ least three thousand .United: States _stroopa in Kansas, under the command of Major-General Harney and_v Per«fer.F_^mUh. ! ;^;:;; ' .j:..'_^,7l_^.- : ' • ¦ • ¦¦ ¦' • :- _' '- - ¦¦ ¦ '- '¦ 'lTet»r , ' Graiiada/'.,;;; . _' .: ;: ..V_' .. _; ' ,. ¦; The Administration have been- ofiieially advised by/Messrs. Morse 'and Bowliin o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

For _tha Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. . . . Presbytery of AUegheny City_^ I This Presbytery met in the Lecture-room of the First Presbyterian -church of _AHfgbeny, on Tuesday of last week, _aad continued; in'session two days. The Rev. E. P. Swift, ' D. D.and Mr. A_' exander _CanjeroD_.f were_, elected _Commission e s to the General _Asse'mbi_^, and the Rev. . David. Elliott, D.D., and MrijHugh Anderson alternates. , . ¦": . • ... The Rev. John .0. Sinclair was received a member of _Presbyteryifrom the Presbytery of Prince Edward's Island, Nova Scotia. . The pastoral relation between the Rev. James Smith and* ihe (_DhurcL of Bridgewiter; wAlfiissolved. ' . ' " ; ¦ _, _" . ,'_/ •,.... '¦ . ¦ . . _- ¦ .. :. -.. _. . -.. .._i..' ' --;' ' _;.-A letter ifrom Rev. John* M. Dickey, i D. D., President of/the Board of _Trusteesi of Ashmun Institute, was read. The Stated Clerk was directed to write in reply that the objects of the Ashmun Institute receive tie cordial approbation of this...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

Ttf-ILNWOOD ACABEMY.-W.H. WOODS, 171 A: M.., Proprietor and Principal. J. A. REKD, A. B., Ptofessor.of the Latin and Greek _Languages. J. ALFRED SHADB, M. D., Lecturer on Anatomy and Hygiene. Uev. W.S. MORRISONLecturer on Evidences of Christianity. Assistant in English Department, and Teacher in Preparatory Department. ; Tbe _next _Session of this Institution will open the FIRST WEDNESDAY OF MAY. Peculiar inducements are held out by this Institution to young man desiring an education. Tbe Board of Instructors _isTomposed of gentlemen of high literary attainments, audskilied in their profession. -Tbi location is quiet, _secluded, and healthy. Situated among the mountains, it enjoys the pure mountain air. There has never a single case of ague originated here; and those subject to it could not.find a better location. The Course of Instruction is _soch as is best calculated to prepare young men for business, for teaching, and for taking a high stand in College. A Normal Class is forme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

"^S-iRiiE " ClNSXALliATION.-iT!_ie Kevj- Samael-Finlo ' y_^_is to be ia-. stalled in- Ui8s _SisthePresbyterianrchurchr;.this.city, on Sabbath, the Si of May. Dr. Marshall, is. to _presids; Mr . Lee, to preach _y JBr. _MePbikisqn,;,to .charge,the pastor; and Mr: 'Jenn^|toJci_^ ^|^e_^ . | ,,| || _w,.. . .. _: -' . WEST LIBERTY UNIVERSITY. —Ihe Board of Trttrt_^el) ¦will meet on _TJJESpA¥,-Aprllc 2|th,: at 7 o'clock P. M _" .,at the house of _HonM fe. B.ynSii_^ in W*t Liberty. The selection of a,site forithe _iPollege _s BpiWirigSiia-landidonated by the.citizen8,.Wi,il then be _^ made; _^ nd,,a;_cMdey>£iaf8 fof the ' govcrcmen ' t ' of_^ the Board _^ _Triil _^^ be.;Sub_,ittitted for adoption. , It is hoped that _' _every _meinbor ._^itljbepresent _' at tbis meeting. By orier of the Executive _Cominiftee." * ,_A;_- _' i-jfi ' :x y-M V-5 kl«;_-»AWBNSPJERQER_/Sec 'y. '" . -¦; 1/;: I 4 _Kfe_^_yterMUJfotioe_^- _k: ¦ _; The _BRVSWTBRY _toV,_JHOCKtN»'stand ' s _adjbwhea to meet...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

J?or the _Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. , Presbytery of _Newcastle. At the late sessions of this body, Messrs. Alexander .G. Morrison and Thomas Love, ministecs, and Messrs. John M. Kelton and Archibald Armstrong, ruling elders, were elected Commissioners to.the next General Assembly.: The church at Corisco, in West Africa, organized on the 6th of October last, and consisting of ten members, was, on request, received- as one of our congregations, and put upon the roll. The Rev. Henry C. Fries was received as a member trora the Presbytery of . West Jersey. His address is Seaford, Del. , The Rev. George BurrowesT D. D., was dismissed to the Second Presbytery of Philadelphia. Tbe. pastoral relation between the Rev. James M. Crowell and the congregation of jUpper Octorara was dissolved, and be wasdismissed.; to the Presbytery of _Philadelphui., having received and accepted a call from the Seventh Presbyterian church of Philadelphia. Mr. John C. Thompson was licensed to preach th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

¦¦¦ ¦•• : ¦ .- ¦• - ¦ ¦ •_=• •'¦¦ •_- "_' ¦ ¦"Ore _' gfiML.;;:..-;;:_^,..;";; _> ;:;; ; The bill pending¦ in{ the last _Congress, for the _aimission of Oregon into the Union, _aS: a,State, made the1 Eastern-boundary the one hundred and twentieth meridian of longitdde, th_' us_^redticihg th' e area 'of "the State. . -t o., owe third tlie extent of tbe Territory. This, however, is quite sufficient, the meridian mentioned, being the same which forms the . Eastern boundary. ot .California. ' --' Advices from the Territory say that the people are now much agitated by the. State questions, that it is believed they will tiow _'vote for a constitutional convention, and will reject slavery. The latter is doubtful. ; . , ; . ' -.-W: [ ;: .; _^ . '. .:'; .-. ; Travelers through the Williamette Valley say that there a great many dead cattle and horses lying_.alpng ,the_, _roadfH that ¦_: bnve; died, from;the effpots of the late very.eevere'Winteri - ' _^ In the Southern portion of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

_ ATE 1SS_1JES OFTHB A1_KERI. JLj_.OAN lEBACf SUCIETY, 303 Chestout Street, Philadelphia. '. ., _> '" he Family Bible,'with brief uotps and instructions, maps and tables; including, the references and marginal readings of the Polyglot Bible. Comul< to in one volume, 1619 pages, 8vb. 'Embossedstieep. PriceS2._2S. ! : , . :; ' Why Do I.Live? A kind and ardent appeal, showing the _truo end of life, the duties of the Christian in the varied relations heisustains, and his. encouragements, and motives to fidelity. _, Pp., 206, lemo, 20 cents, or 30 gilt. Postage 7 cents.- ¦ * - ' ';' -i;li;.-- _" _'•-' ¦ ' : ¦ .- ' - ; _" . ¦ • -. ;._'-..:¦. '¦¦ Emeiie Royce Bradley. Ten years a Missionary In Siam. Pp. "76. l«tmb. 15 cents, or 25 gilt. Postage 6 cents. 'Religion iu Common Life. : A Sermon preached before the Queen of England. Kounltd on " Not slothful in business, fervent in spirit, serving the Lord." Pp. 45,18mo. Paper covers 3 cents, or 10 gilt. : .. ¦' , _YpurSiul: Is i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

ADVERTISEMENTS. FARM FOR _SAIiK.—THE _SttBSCftlBBB WISHES to dispose of the Farm on. which he now resides, situated in Green TownshipHarrison CountyOhio containing 230 acres; 160 acres cleared; well situated for grazing or farming purposes; hms on it a frame h<mse, orchard,barn, sUbte and other out-buildings; also, a large steanigristand saw mill, which will be sold with it, or separate, to suit purchassis; in well watered, an abundance of excellent coal, _andls conveniently situated, as to church, (within half a m la of Beech "_prings churchone of the oil and substantial Presby terian " churches of Eastern Ohio,) school, public roads, markets, &c. W< stern lands will _bs received in exchange for said mill. HENRY EAGLE8ON. N. 8, By calling soon, a substantial Old School Presbyterian may secure one of the most desirable farms and locations in Eastern Ohio, in the above. Th«re are also several bthtr desirable farms In th« same neighborhood, to which the' attent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

• ,'" .._>.. _, -.. ' ....^/>.»--»I"->¦•• -' " _^ """ .. '¦ ._„,.,;¦¦ -rr-r-! _~ By Rey.'R. W.,_MorrAw»iC9dar Eapids, rebi24th, Mr-HEN _i si Kioiip ' to Miw _VjstiTA Smith. March 24th. Mr ABR*nAK KwcHAMto Miss_^EBnVMW-TPaRREB. April 9*, Mr. James Morrow to Miss AspasSmith—-Allof LinnConnty_.Iowa. i On April 7th, _*y Re_4 t.s Alexander McGaugbey, assjmed by Bev JameRBl-ck, Mr _iTbes* _CtyETT,f Poland. Mahoninj? Co.*, OKio, to _Mi_«_s _EuzABrTB Rioibb, of; N. Huntingdon Town-•sbip, WpstmorekrcLCounty, ,Pa. _; By the same, unawlsted, April 8th, Mr. John _'S*J»P«!is _io (Hiss _PrIncbs Herbret, all of .N. Huntingdon)_Tqwjnsh' p, Westmorel and County, P» April Wh. 3pm LARwra, Esq.., to Miss _Jaki Hvu,.aU of •weftm_^relandebnii_^fVPa- .'^* -*>¦ ¦ -»¦ ¦ ¦;¦¦ _?..-,: ¦ ~- _:¦ ¦¦•¦ -¦• ¦ _^ ' -By Bev. j; FiBoya? _^pfti: 9th. at Mrs. Ru'ielPsi _Joim A. _fliLt. Esq .., to Miss 8A»AHB.jtOTBBU,jJboth of Mercer Coun ty,.Pa_'."~-" *'!"T"**"**: "Z~ (¦ / «¦¦ _, "'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 April 1857

nAVHWD COLLiBaiATES INSTITUTE Mm* FOR YJONG _IiAOlBd.—This Institution, having been recently re-organized on the European, or University plan, which,' it'irbalieved, ' will' greatly enhanco' its advantages, will re-6pen for the _reception of pupils, on thu 4th of May next. 'v " " . '"' . ¦ ' " ' .. < ,. ""' ¦ - _" . ' > As now _organized, there are eight schools of Letters, and five of _Acco .nplisnments, in charge of competent Professors, each giving' instruction in his own -favorite department of study. _:¦;¦;¦ , ¦ _; •;¦¦¦¦ ¦; .. -v.- , _!- ^\ ;*,<:, -._;-..,.., -:;. . The Buildings, erected at a cost of $40,000, are furnished with every comfort and convenience _necesstry for _tli« mental, moral, _sooial, and physical education of young _ladins. . The attention of "parents is particularly invited to our systematic arrangements for the physical education of onr pupils, _especially to tha Riding School,connected with the establishment. _> " -;; ¦ ' - ....

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