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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

Commissioners to the General Assembly. Presb-jteries. Ministers. Elders. Ohio, " j A. B. Brown, D.D., Benjamin McLain, , ' . :," \ Richard Leei Foster. AlleghenyCity, E. P. Swift, D.D., A. Cameron. Philadelphia, J J. H. Jone 8, D.D., Judge Sfaafswood, • JW.B, Schenck, James _Rusaell. Fort Wayne, Win Bonar. Joseph Gorrell. Clarion, jt James Montgomery, John Maffit. Scbnvler_, fi@R. Matthews, J. D. Belville. _Saltstuirg, _^ S. M. McClung, ' Mr. Gordon. Blairsvilie, B. Stevenson, Mr. Humes. Newcastle, / A.1 _GK Morrison, Jno. M, Eeltbn, | Thomas Love Archibald Armstrong. Redstone, Robert M. Wallace, D. W. Sbryock. Georgia O. C. JonesD.D., J. B. Mallard. _Tuskaloosa, J. O. Mitchell, J. Hope. Charleston, ( A. W. Leland, D.D., A. Crawford, j J.H.Thornwtll _. DD., J>r. Townsend. Cincinnati, W. M Soott, D.D., J C. Clapper, Allegheny, ' loyal Young, John Breckinridge. Huntindon, I James Woods, D.B, Dr. McOIay, (A. B. Clark, ' Jno. Scott Iowa, J. Harrifon, D.D., J. E. Woods. _Zanesyi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

General Assembly. The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States of America _will hold its next meeting in the First Presbyterian Church, Lexington, Kentucky, at eleven o'clock, A. M_*, on Thursday, the 21st of May next, and will be opened with a sermon by the Rev. Francis MoFarland, D.D., Moderator of the last Assembly. . The Committee of Commissions will meet in the Lecture-room of the church, on the Wednesday evening precedingat eight o' clock, to receive Commissions, and on Thursday morning, the day of the meeting, at nine o'clock, for the same purpose. _v John LsTBtnEHStated Clerk. At,rxandh» T. McGih. Permanent Clerk. P. S. Stated Clerks of Presbyteries are respectfully requested to make out their list of persons entitled to the Minutes ona separate sheet, and to send that, together with moneys for the Minutes, to G. H. Van Gelder, Esq., Philadelphia, Treasurer of the General Assembly. To the Members of the Assembly. Lexington, Ky., April 20,1857. N...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

farmer an& J_^_imak _HTTsitraOH, MAY 2, 1857. [•. fPKB-MSt— _tl.50, In advance} or la _Cluna §1_«_39| <•' * _d_«liv_«r_«d at residences of Sub_«eri" 1»«rSt _fl_*T9_> »•• Prospectus_^ on Tblrd Page* _dKNKWALS should 1»« prompt; a _littls _wbil* b«for_« th« year _«xplr_«_S f that w_« mmy ¦lak* full arrangements for a steady supply* THBJ RBD WRAPPER Indicates that we desire a renewal* If * ho-wever, In the haste Of mailing* this signal should be omitted, we hope owr friends will still not forget us. R,KMITTANCBS»—Send payment hy safe hands* when convenient. Or, send hy ll , enclosing with ordinary care, and troubling nobody wl*^ a knowledge of what yon are doing. Vor a large amount, send a Draft, or large notes. For on* or two papers, Mad Gold •r small notes* TO MAKB OH AH OB, Send postage stamps •r better still, send for more papers! »»7 • Cor _Seventy numbers, or tl for Thirty-three numbers. DIRKCT all tetters and Communications to RET. DAVID JHcKIKNHY. Pl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

_,To !«^'H_^flc_^: _Acidart. _"': A vei_^tmutog indent _oodnrtedildiirffl_, imnll_^8 ' °D 1_^_# _prUm _tolth_* Xe S" _^p0S _^i_^_#t_^ Jttoderato_^ tttiLl_! • mi _^n_A moved that tie Mr ttottor .nie.rt to _regulate the _hou,B of meeting and adjournment of the _sessionr. the body at its present meeting, and thut record of the same be entered on t u MiDUies. ,,,Pr. M'Millen was one of tit first pioneers of the Presbyterian _Minivv. in Western Pennsylvania, Or West of \}i Allegheny Mountains. He was pastor .- • Chartiers church, in Washingtoa O_.u; from;the year 1776 till 1830, and ori ginal,: and was waioly instrumental in establish_^. . the Institution which has grown into ,:, J flourishes still nobly, as Jefferson (¦ ¦;' lege. He died Nov. 16th, 1833. if' watch, which is an old fashioned Engii_^ "Bull's Eye," and said to he _etill a good _tiij piece, is in possession of Captain Parker j grand son.of Dr. M'Millen.—Dispatch. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

¦pp the three clravcb.es without _sdhools, _Si§Kttt a _prtittj _exteesive _studj of the Oatoifcfljj i in the _faouseaold_, and one of them $t«ft$_h_^' it receives general attention from _ll_^Hp young. Youbrethren at the As-;«|H_^ w ill rejoice with us that the Cate-^ g §HF ts thus made to occupy its .proper «|^Hin our Sabbath School and household I_^_Mfe tion. The precious doctrinesdrawn i_^Ktrie Bible and embodied in this inimif_^O& umujury, are the glory _and the life of HHB _burcti. In the living power uf these M_^BBes must our children be reared, if _SraH_^pe is to be entertained that the piety _m|^P_>next generation will 'be enlightened, _jHBkrical, vigorous, and _steadiast. It is «Ho us to add that <_J od has set the seal fU_^K approbation to the patient, kindly a_^^Hk of the Sabbavh School, by gathering ignHHjy number of the little ones who fre-%H jwRthem, into his spiritual fold, during ttijj»t year. We ought not to close this g|fflBour Narrative wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

PROSPECTUS PRKmtKRlifMIIIR AND Tbt _Btmx*. Is published _Tte<M % la the _<AUm Br pma' _borghand Philadelphiaand ia _adi_^_d 1* _graSa_^^_i_^m in tte _^_egbyterian Church. . sawa-si«„,„»«» VERMS ' IN CLUBS of twentyand upwards, *l_^f?*y * «fr * DELIVERED in either of the cities _i?r6 « u ADVBRT18EMENT3; In Advance. For eight lines, or less, one insertion 60 _ceafc!; «»ch nub sequent ta8_ertton,26 cente. Each additional &ac _? %ewi Bight, 3 cents fer every ln»ertion. J For eight _ffi»s, tires months, $3.00. Each additional' line 25 cente. For eight lines, One Tear, flO.OO. Bach additional line n Oaeds of two lines* $6 a year, «nd $1 for each fiud_^ tional line. • Business _Nonora. of ten lines or less, One Dollar. Eacn _additional line, 5 cwt_*. . «"«*n at i_^_T om . lnnnicat!on!> recommendfttorv of Inventions, Me «cal R-acteeSchoolsAc. £0:Being _deiigned for the peeu _mary benefit of Individuals, should be paid/or as Business notices. -t_^_S _^ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

_wuuuaiu_^ ¦ :-- •¦•¦-¦•-. _Qj DiED_^-At Moutours, on the morning of the 18th ult., in the 14th year of her age, Abwaii, eldest daughter of Adam Gibson. ' . While the mourning parents indulge the hope that their departed child is now'present with the Lord, may they zealously labor to prepare for glory those whom God has still left under their guardian care. Died—At her residence, near Carmichaeltown, Greene Co., Pa., Feb 3d, Mrs Jake _Haeper, widow of the late Samuel Harper, Isq., and eldest daughter of the late Rev. John McMillan, D.D.y of Washington County, Pa., in the 80th year of her age. •...;.,;. ¦ v ,, .. .: .. ,.•; : . .: ... ... Mrs. Harper was bora near _lagg's Manor, in Chester Co. Pa., May 6,1T77, and was about eighteen months old when her father removed thence to his almost -wilderneBs abode, on Chartiers, in the Jail of 17781 She was twice married. She and her younger sister," Margaret, (afterwards wife of Rev. Moses Allen,) were married on the same day, la 1800,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

iTIIiASSICAEAND ENGLISH BOARDING TASSTrAT. A1V11 3_CWOLI«W _KAAAT»rit . _^_y SCHOOL FOR, BOYS—Mount Joy, Lancaster County, Penna—E. L. MOORE, A. M., Principal. To parents desirous of educating their sons abroad, this Institution presents the following inducements: _lst.The location is one of unsurpassed healthiness. 2d. The moral i _ofluences ,of the place are highly favor able to'a proper'develdpment of character. : • ¦ ' ' •*'" ' ' ¦ ¦'. 3d. The Principal is assisted in the different departmentB by teachers of experience and ability. < ¦ ' . ¦ . , ' .. ¦ - ..„.. 4th. The boarding pupils are limited to sucha number only as can Ve pleasantly and comfortably accommodated and receivethose individual attentions)regarding their health, manners, morals, and studies, their absence from home requires. . . .> . : ...' ... . .; , ' . ''~ '-"' ,....' : 5th. It is easily accessible from almost any point by rail: road.: _- " ' ' '¦¦' ¦' ¦¦_'¦- :''}' ' .!- ' _'¦•:':. :¦¦ ¦ ¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

f ta _department. WasMagton. Roads.—The Department of the Interior has completed its organization of the wagon road corps, viz:—-Fort Bidgely and Smith pass road: W; H. Nobles of Minnesota, superintendent; Philo T. Hubble, disbursing agent; Samuel A. Medary, of Ohio, engineer; Fort Kearney, South pass and Honey Lake, Eastern Division: M. F. Megraw, of' Wisconsin, superintendent; Aza Beall, of Md., disbursing agent; F. W. Lauder, of Mass., engineer; Western Division: John Kelbo, of California, superintendent; Frank Denver, of California, disbursing agent; ——Bishop, of California, engineer; El Paso and Fort Yumah: <¦ James B. Leech, of Texas, superintendent; Gabriel Jordan, of Alabama, disbursing agent; N. H. Hulton, engineer. Washington, April 28.—The War Department has completed the arrangements for awagon road from Fort Defiance to Niagara River. " Edward F. Beale, Superintendent; G. H. Heap, Assistant; James P. Hambleton, Physician; and Lieutenant Charles E. Tharbur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

Jf _omp _inidlip_*_& ¦ ¦ ¦¦?'¦ '¦ :'" ' ¦ - .'\fC --' . ?>-: " '¦ ¦ :., :_Ji ' - •: . ;•: ¦-. ' . - ¦' By the steamship America, arrived a;fc _. _" Halilfaxj foreign dates are received to thet llth ,of March. . . . ;; , .. ¦ _• ¦ Great Britain, • , ¦ " • . , _' ,, ¦ The elections were almost over. The London Post summaries the result thus: Liberals, 338; liberal conservatives, 84; conservatives,J 205; ministerial losses, 13; gains, 76. _= ; _^_j _; :_; The Hon. Sidney Herbert was spoken of to replace Lord Panmure, as Minister of War. The ministerial candidate for Speaker of'ttie House of Coinmbns, is.the Hon. Evelyn _Denison. The Great Western Railroad of Canada lad' declared a dividend of nine per cent. _> , The English government has agreed to furnish: the Atlantic Telegraph Company three steamships, one to make soundings and two to assist'in laying: the cable. The Agamemmoni'ninety .gun'ehip of 3000 tons, is to be employed to lay down the cable in conn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

Markets., ; ' " Pittsburgh. « Pittsbubgh, _Tnesdsiy, April 28. ' Ashes—Pearls, 6>_£@7 @7}_£e. Pots; tU@le. 8_tt&t Ash. B%c. . &.FPI.ES—T_^_one in market; -would- command $4.50(>^&.0( per bbl. : , . . ¦ . ¦ , ' : ... ¦- .. : .. : ¦ ¦ • -.. .„. ¦ . . • -. Beaks—Prime white, $2.62@2 75 per bush. ' Bottbr and Boos—Butter, piime roll selling in boa es ai 22@23andlbsat21O22. Errs. 11..,. Brooms-—Masket -well supplied;"'common, $1.25; "bette] » _uatitieB, $l,50#2--00; .fancy, $2 25@2J0.= ; ¦ •<• v .. Dries Frdii—Peaches , $3.00@3.25. Apples , $2 25. lEAiHBRB-_^Prime Western, oi arrival, 50cf; from store 65c. per:B>. A. . " " _i v '¦;¦ ¦¦¦ Ftoro—Wheat , ' from first hands|5 75@5.80; extra, on the wharf, 6.00; superfine, from store, $6.00; extra, e._;i20 6.25; family do. 6.37®6 50. Bye, $4.00@412. ' -., -. ' ., : Fjbed—From store, $ll0@l 20 per 100 l_>s. Hat—$12.00_@15.00 per ton. _^ , _U Hides—Dry. 24@26; Green, 8c. ¦ . . Laed—No ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Presbytery of Redstone. The Presbytery of Bedstone met at Greensboro', Pa., on the 14th of April. Among other items of business transacted, the pastoral relation between Rev, Daniel. Williams and .the church of West Newton was dissolved. Bev. Robert M.-Wallace, principal, and Bev. Joel Stoneroad, alternate; D. W. Shryoek, principal, and D. . A. C. Sherrard, alternate, were appointed Commissioners to the General Assembly. _SUPPMBS APPOINTED. West Newton. —-Dr. Wilson, Second Sabbath in June, and administer the Lord's Supper. Mr. Martin, Second, Sabbath in August. Dr. Smith, Second Sabbath in September. . Spririghill. '—M.T. MeClintock, Second Sabbath in June. Mr. Biggs, Second Sabbath, in July. Mr. Hughes, one Sabbath at discretion. Mr. Wilson, Second Sabbath, in August. : Brownsville. —Mr. Biggs, Fourth Sabbath in May. Mr. Hughes, one Sabbath at discretion. Mt. Pleasant.^—Mr. Black, one Sabbath at discretion. Mr. Stoneroad, Fourth Sabbat...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

"Mar the Presbyterian Banner and AdTocate. The Presbytery of Marion Met at Upper Sandusky, on the 14th of April. Eleven ministers were present, and sixteen oi thirty seven churches, belonging to Presbytery, were represented. Bev. Henry Hess was dismissed to the German Reformed Church, and Bev. Evan Evans received from the Presbytery of Franklin (N. S.)_ The pastoral relation of Bev. James H. Baird, to the church of Upper Sandusky, was dissolved. The following was adopted as expressing the news of Presbytery in relation to the Ashmun Institute: " As b Presbytery, we hail with pleasure every effort to elevate our colored population by a 3ound and liberal education, believing it to be the true means for their improvement. We therefore sheerfully recommend to our people, the claims and interests of the Ashmun Institute, located at Hinsonville, Chester County, Pennsylvania." Rev. I. W. Drake, minister, and Thomas Brown, Buling Elder, were elected Commissioners to the next General Ass...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

££0a,1fce 15th tosfevby Hev. C. G. _Braddock, Mr. Johksiok A Conner to Miss Nancy Ramsey, both of Upper St. Clair, Al legheny County, Pa. , • ; "' ¦ •' ¦¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ ' ' .("Preacher" please copy.) On_^Thnrsday morning," April 23d, by Rev- Qeo. Marshall Mr. John White, to _Misa Sabah JaneKamckibt, allot TJppei St. Clairj Allegheny County, Pa. v _> On; Thnrsdayj' April 23d, by Rev. Mr. Derby, Mr. _Iseaei _Dat to Miss KatB; Wise, all of Belmo»t County, O. , On the evening of the 21st of April, by Rev. James _AUt son, ,o" Sewickleyville, Pa.Me, D. 0.0. _Patierson, of New BrightonPa., to. Miss Ellen Dicket, daughter of the late Hon. John Dickey, of Sharon, Beaver County, P»> On the 22d; of Aprilby Rev. J. E. Alexander, Mr. H. 8. AlEXANBER, Priniipal of _Kishacoquillas Seminary, Pa., t« Miss Nancy MoCuedy, of Washington, O. • : ¦ ¦ .On the 19tn of MarchbyRev. J. L, WilsonMr. _DAvm Sutherland to Miss Wilhemina Sdthbkland, all of Scotch Grove, Iowa. . - ¦ ' :;¦•, :. . -, ....

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

::¦ '' _"_^_pfffa... .:>.; -7; _INSTALLATION.—Ibe Rev. _Sarirael finley is to beifr Stalled in the _Silth Presbyterian church, in this .city, on _Saturday Evening, May 2d. Br. Marshall is to presida; Mr! ILee, to preacb; Mr. McPherson, to charge the pastor; and Mr. Jennings, to charge the people. :. _; _, ; .. f _®=. A Friend of Missions is famishing us with Bnrglaryproof Locks, to sell and apply the entire avails to the cause of Missions. Their safety has endured the severest test» and' we are allowed to sell them simply at the doz. price—$4.50 to $6.75. Will not the friends of Missions give us a call? • ¦¦ - ; ¦• " . . . - ' - '¦ ¦ .... ¦ ¦¦;: . ¦ . '¦ _, FrpsliirtCTial Hotiees. , .! The PRFS_^TTISRY OP HOCKING stands _adjotirned to meet _»t East Plymouth, Tuesday. Way 5th,at7 o'clock P. 51-Records of _SesBions, and Statistical Reportswill he called tor. ¦ ,, J. H. PRATT, Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate : Presbytery of Donegal. _^ Presbytery of Donegal met in the church of Columbia, Pa., on the 14th _inst_, and was opened with a sermon by the Bev. Lindley C. Butter, from John iii: 19. The Bev. John Leatnan was elected Moderator, and the Bev. John J. Lane reading Clerk. A new feature in the usual _bnsiiiess, was the presentation of written reports by the Sessions, on the state of religion within the bounds of the _rarioaa churches. These were generally full and well prepared. The Bev. Thomas M. Crawford and Mr. David Mitchell were elected Commissioners to the Qen-Bral Assembly, and the Rev. Joseph M. Bittenbouse and Mr. Alfred Armstrong, alternates. ' The B_3v. G. Van Arttsdalen. _declined the call from Union church, placed in his hands at the last mepting of the Presbytery. Mr. Calvin M. Stewart, a student in Princeton _Settminry, was licensed to preach the Gospel. The following resolutions were adopted in regard to TUB ASHMUN INSTIT...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

_Jitag _^atim. BOOKS lent to tut tor • Notice, will to* duly attended to* Thow from put) Usher* In _Pbllaw _dalpmlat New Yore, &-c, may be left at our Philadelphia Office, »T South 10th St.,l>«lovr _Oheatnutt In care of Joseph M. _Wllwrn* K_»a_« Hymns of Faith and Hope. Bj Moratim Bonar, D.D. Kelso. Author of the «' Night of Weeping," "The Morning of Joy," &c, &c. Small 12mo., pp. 269 New York: R. Carter $ Bros. 1867. We profess to be some -what difficult to please in. the matter of sacred poetry. We think that if fully three-fourths of that _>hich has been given to the world as hymns and religious poetry, were consigned to oblivion, the world would be just as well off as at present. The volume before us, however, is not of this character. Dr. Bonar is ¦ characterized by deep and powerful feeling. His sermons are always addressed to the emotional part of our nature, as well as calculated to satisfy our intellectual powers. For several year...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

AD_^lETI SEMEN TS _O UFF'S UERCAST1LS _COIiLKGE, , _PHILO HALD, THIRD STREET, . - ,_; ,: _PlTTSBraGH, PENNA. Founded in 1840_f and incorpora _' ted by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, .with perpetual charter. . : The largestCollege of the,_HnO,in theUnited Mates I BOARD. 01? TRUSTEES, His Excellency* the Hon. James Buchanan, President of the United States. ': Hon Jftidge _Wiikiris; -¦ " Hon. Charles Naylor Hon. Judge Hampton,.. General J.K.Moorhead, Hon. Judge Lowrie..;.-.,. • , , ... .-. ,..-.-President of the Facnlty~P. DOTS', author of the 'North American Accountant." " ' •< ; • ¦ • . ¦ ">. The Faculty includes five-Professors cf Book-keeping, and from eight to ten other Professors iand lecturers, including one of the best! Fenmen in the United _Sfotes. ' _; About 4,000 students'have completed their Commercial edueutior- in this Institution, large numbers of them now among the most successful and honored merchants in the country. , ' ' ,, Pamphlet Circulars, w...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Presbytery of Salfeburg:. The Presbytery of ¦ Saltsburg met at Eldersridge on the 14 th in St., and continued in session three days, during which a large amount of important business was transacted. ' Mr. M'Ciung, minister, and Mr. Gordon, elder, were elected Commissioners to the General Assembly. Messrs. Orr and WMte their alternates. i Mr. T. R. Elder was ordained as an Evangelist, with the view of his going to Lake Superior. Mr. J. Y. M'Cartney was licensed. The pastoral relation;between Rev. John Moore and the congregation of Cherry-Tree, was dissolved,and he was dismissed to join the Presbytery of Huntingdon. '.-.., f ' : . ¦ •,.._!. ;¦:,_; Calls from the congregations of Warren and Pine Run were presented, for the pastoral labors of Mr_;i K. M'Millan ;¦ and from Washington, Harmony, and Mechanicsburg, for ' thoseof Mr. John .Riee,,whouwaS_',i*l 8 P-1_? .l ?f?®iT?d; under,pur care, from the PreBbytery of Ohio. Messrs. M'Elwam and Or...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

wot the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Presbytery of _Chicago, The Presbytery of Chicago met at Earlville, April 9th. Rev. J. S. Henderson was chosen Moderator, and Rev. Wm. C. Carson, Temporary Clerk. Rev. S. C. Evans was received from the Presbytery of _Crawfordsville The organization of a church at Morris City was reported. The time of holding the Spring meeting of Presbytery was changed from the second Thursday to the second Tuesday of April. The following resolution, in relation to the Ashmun Institute, was adopted: ; Resolved, That we rejoice in the,effort:made for the education of the colored portion of our populat ion, and would recommend this Institution to the fraternal regards and prayers of our people. ' The Committee to whom was referred the Circular relating to the Fund for Superannuated and Disabled Ministers, reported the following resolution. wMch was adopted: Resolved, That this Presbytery will cordially co-operate, as far as practicable, in carrying out wha...

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