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

_Jor the Presbyterian Banner"and Aavocate. Letter from the 0reeks--; -I_)isciission on Baptisin_^&c, _" TalIiAHAssee, _Maret 26, 1857. Deae Bbother r-_^It is not _pftsii tbat die Christian world is astounded with the intelligence, that Christian missionaries, on missionary ground, have turned aside to try their weap'ons upon each other j' yet the like has happened to us. 'A. dehate of four days' cdhiinuance was lately held _between _^ev. R. 1L Loughridge, of the .Presbyterian Uoardj and Bev. H. Ei _JBuckner, 'of _; the Southern Baptist Board. Although perfectly satisfied with the results, yet inpwing _^ tliat many Christians regard suqh' things unfavorably, we should not have sounded a trumpet on the occasion, had not our opponents set us the example. But having seen notices of the affair from them in no less than , four different. Baptist publications, some of which we consider anything else but fair and _impartial, it may perhaps interest your readers to hear from an e...

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

For the Presbyterian Banner and Aavocate. Presbytery of OMo, Extracts from the Minutes, at their Session, April 14th, 1857. , < _, .... - Mr. I. N. M'Kmney.was ordained to the work of the Gospel ministry, and installed pastor of tie church of Montours. The Rev. John It. Dundass was dismissed to the Presbytery of ;New Lisbon. ., ; : , Mr. John Rice, a licentiate, was dismissed to put himself under the care of the Presbytery of iSaltsburg. ; ,,. • ;. The .Rev. Samuel Findley was received from the . Presbytery of _Zanesville. A call from the Sixth church, Pittsburgh_^ for the pastoral labors of Mr;. Findley was presented,-and being placed in his hands, he signified his acceptance thereof. ?. A call from Maple Creek church, for the pastoral labors of Mr. T.B. Van Eman, was' presented, and put intoihis hands. ¦: " _> : Messrs. A. W. Haines, Calvin H.Barr, Win; B, Keeling, and John H. Clark _e students " ¦ of the Western Theological Seminary, were licensed to preach the ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 2 May 1857

. • ' '¦ 4 — < m » * : ; For the Presbyterian Banner ana •Advocate. Presbytery of Iowa. The Presbytery of Iowa held their Spring meeting in Keokuk, commencing April 7th, 1857: Rev. C. P. Taylor, of the Presbytery of Hocking, and Rev. J. B.McBride, o| the Presbytery of Holston, were received as members. Mr. M.M. White, a licentiate of the Cincinnati Presbytery, and Mr. John E. Woods, a licentiate of the Presbytery of Ohio, were received under our care. A call from th _^ e Behtohsport church was accepted by Mr. Woods. A call was also accepted by Rev. _^T. M Oviatt, from the Second'church, inBuriington; and another from the Racine Grove churchy for _. half the timp of I?ev. F. B, Dinsmqre,was ,accepted. The other half of his time is given to tieJJnity church. . , Revi Jeptha Harrison, D.D., arid Mr. J. G, Law, were appointed Commissionefs to. the General 'Assembly, ' \. ' ' ¦ \i . .... .. . .. , , ,........ ' Presbytery adjourned, to meet in _Bentonspprt, the second Tuesday in...

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

KATES OF DISC0MT. ¦ • -... COBBKCTBJ> WBBKLT.FOB. THIS: PAPKB. PENNSYLVANIA. , iNKW JlBBSET&DBIiAWABll. Banks of _Pittsburgh, - pwr All solvent t>anl», M BankB of Philadelphia, par _ymaimA. Bank of ChRmbersbnrg, M All solvent banks, %, l _*n _J0 SSri!_S SbTirg ' 0 _N0B.TH CABOMHA. Bank of Hiddletown, ¦ yk ,n _^ t--*_i.~io . o Bank of Newcastle, U AU solvent banks, _^ 3 Briebanki 1 SOUTH OABO1IHA., Farm. & X>roT. _Waynesb' g, % All solvent banks, S yranldinbk. Washington, par OEOKGIA. Harrisburg bank, %Ml solvent bantas,.. 8 Honesdale bank, * ?^ TBKNBSS3E3! YSlSk ™**' _g AllsolTentbanks, ' 4 AH other sdlTent banks, par All solvent banks, % ¦ ¦• '" .- ¦ ¦7 ^' ¦ •¦OHIb. _-":';' ¦ -; " ¦¦¦ ¦ ' ;_- _-' IKDIAKA. . State bank; and brancheej |_J State bank and branches, % All other¦ _solyentibanks, % ,, . ' 'MISSOtJB.I. , N3BW _bnqxanb. Bank of State of Missouri, % AH solvent banks, ; ... _;,¦• . Jj_[... ,, _WISPONSIM_, ..-., NEW YOE|C. ¦ _' -/ Mar. ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

From our London _Correspondent. ' The ' 'Elections and Results, '_as_^_Searing on Political and Social Reform—Extinction of Parties—The Sabbath Question—Popish bymnology—Popular Specimens—The NefrBtshqp, and the " Times"—jDr M'One's Lectures—'Murrdmton the Continent, and the Order in Counctfc-TJiei"j Lancet's" Findings on the Great Tobacco Controversy—Greenwich Fair, and Open Air Preaching—The Infidels Confronted and Foiled-_^-TheJJhrdinal in Trouble —The Profligacy of the French Priesthood—A' Beckel's Imitator under _(h'Wbondagc of Constitutional Law—Postscript, oil ( _" London, _*April 10,1857. The Elections are nowf almost over, and a fair estimate may be. made as to results. In the first place, Lord P_^lmerston is more firmly seated( in powersfWn ever; but on one condition, namely: .that 'he initiate and carry through a reform in the representation; Lord John Bussel is " himself ( again." , His return for the City of 'London, and his "pluck" and courage ih_^ibhe1 contest, ha...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

$$& anb #feaiatt|siJ In the worst of times there' _id still 'more cause toJ complain of an evil heart, _ihanl of an evil and corrupt world. Bear Beproof.—It is asigri_+of guilt to be impatient of reproof; and it is often easiertto persuade the injured to bea'rv tbe trouble of taking,wrong, than the injurious to bear the conviction of having done wrong, 1. Cor. vi: 6. _, He who prays as he ought, will endeavor to live as he prays.' He that can live in sin, and abide in the ordinary _duties of prayer, never prays as he 'ought. * A truly gracious praying frame is utterly1 inconsistent' with the love of or reserve for any sin. Ye are God s.—God's covenant-relation to his people is what he will ever be mindful of , what he glories in, and what he will . have1 us never forget, but give him the glory of; if he will have this to be his-memorial unto all generations, _iwe have all the T reason in the world-to _imake it so with'us, for it is a precious memorial. _t s ' _j Obsc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

p>t the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. • * Religion; RERS 70 A FRIEND ON THE DOCTRINES AND - DUTIES OF THBBIBIiE. her XVII—The Truth Applied. % Word of God is quick, and powerful.— ,vn 12. ; :, , .;¦ ;. . ;. .,., " . .. Dear Friend :-—It may be well now iduding what Ihave to say on the |ty of regeneration, to pause here; and An application of what has been-said. L I remark, that regeneration is a mange. It is life from the dead. It lurrection from death in sin to a life _Eeousness. It so changes the corrupt r of man, as to cause him to delight in m and in the service of God: and it fe union with Christ, and gives a fitness wren. A great change indeed! And hange you need. You must have it, fish. Yes, you must be horn again.— Ii:l--10. pi also see from this subjeotj.howun_^ pou are. You are a sinner by nature pactice, with no disposition to'seek ¦Bod, and no heart to delight in his W\ You are ruined and lost; and if paves you to yourself, and_^jnyesyou b Spirit, or if he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

But, to turn from, this view, we are not left to mourn over desolation only. Our covenant-keeping God has not utterly forsaken us; and in the statements and reports of many of the brethren, we hear his cheering Voice that says, ' " Fear not, I am wiih you; be not discouraged, I am thy God;" and whioh encourages us to hope, that he will never leave us, though, for our sins, he may hide his face for a little season. And in this view of our condition, we find—- First. He has made the lives' of his servants to be precious inhis sight. Of the brethren in the ministry, none have been called to contend with_^that last enemy ; nor, so far as reported , have any of the eldership been taken; and , among our people, no pestilence walking in darkness, or wasting at noon-day, has been allowed _ito come. " they cannpt serve God and Mammon;" and the love of the world, and the love of God, cannot dwell in the same heart. Over these things, we have reason to weep. No wonder if, after this, we ar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and AdTOcate, ' : Marion:Presbj_^eiy_^_wr rjM_^ef _^^ _^ ^^^ ! In presenting a Narrative of the Stote of Religion within the bounds of Presbytery, we have to regret that the materials from which it is drawn havenot been moire abundant.1 The Narratives from the churches presented to Presbytery have been less full, and specific, than could be desired; while from several of our churches, no _written report, and from others, not even averbalone has been furnished. In these circumstances, we find it more difficult to sketch , satisfactorily, our real condition. 'Still, we find in the materials furnished us, reason for varied emotions of 'gladness and grief,1 hope and discouragement, gratitude and deep humiliation. To present the darker features of the picture first, in the reports furnished us, the prevailing tone is that of regret and depression, on. the part of the watchmen ' ¦ on 'the walls) the ways of Zionmb_^rn,notbje_<iause "few come up to he...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

Affection of Sons and Daughters. The affections of daughters for their fathers , and of sons for their mothers , of which we frequently1 see striking cases, are beautiful instances of a sort of cross-play in nature. The susceptibility of a daughter to deep' impression, by the contrast in her father to her feminine nature, and a son's impression in the same way by his mother ; the daughter yielding herself thereby to reverential affection, and the son'to love, sbowainthe individual a fine moral' struc ture, which, however it may in many instances be covered up by predominating inclinations to evil, is always _^a redeeming principle in the character, and under genial influences bears .precious . fruit. A son, in whose heart his mother holds a natural sway, is like the sea which is oftentimes swollen and troubled, but around which the moon keeps her gentle bands, and its waves are stayed. A daughter's love has more of worship in it. Among the harmonies of her nature it is a deep ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

npal _ajwto p " And Yet There is Room." pere is there room ?" dost thou inquire j I answer, in the house of God, ar all who earnestly desire SFo hear of pardon bought with blood, k _B_*fl. table thou hast often seen, bid heard the invitation, " Come, eat the bread, and drink the wine}" Bid could'st thou say there was ho room '} Ire's room -within the Saviour's armsj J He kindly whispers unto thee, Irsake the world and all its charms, ' ¦ •pent, poor sinner, turn to me." Dn the Holy Spirit, too, fee's room for all who wish to come; MB not often tried to woo |e sinner to a heavenly home ? [t fceoffer's seat, though wide land long, jnearly full; and would'st thou come ' sit among that wicked throng ? tell thee, sinner, there there's _roomi iin the grave-yard, too, therei's room, lough this thou carest not to hear; !er thy bones must shortly come, . iy soul before thy God appear. ore's room in heaven; 0, blessed thought \ i& this the Christian loves to hear j Hftorms o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

Grant Thorhurn's Eighty-Fifta. Year. Men are fools, Mr. Printer, who are continually grumbling about a miserable world. ' I have seen as many years as most men see in this world [this day I enter my eightyfifth year,] yet I am not tired of the world, " and if it so will Heaven," I would live my life over again, with, all its joys and sorrows. I think Jacob erred when he told Pharoah that " few and evil had been the days of his pilgrimage." Many and good have been the days of my pilgrimage. In my twenty-second year I left my father's house. Prior to this, I had not been twenty_'miles_^ front the cb'ttage'oni heather hills in Scbtland, whfere_1 _; I' was boirh.v I landed _^ ifi New ' York in 1794_^ not having a! frienS'ifathe'countaryto counsel' or direct;' A kind Providence led me; to the shop of an employer_^whb, with an only-workman,-rememberedthe'Sabbath-day; -Thuswascl kept from the path of the _destroyers Front 1795 till 1822,'the -yellow' ; fever_^prevailed* .seventeen Snnf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

77~, —~ \" m m _, The_^_egaWe _molo_^. _M\ j Our, rwidera ha_^become familiar&th i . this;/epithet._^ We Wtely _^ptic_^, a£me_^ ' length, the *' causes which have operated in "" the subject of Inspiration._t, and .as the « Negative Theology" ' is_^ _Ti nJre_^ _$.$&_$ *{ there is an obvious propriety in our devoting I a ,sbprL space i to a specification of some of I those characteristics which, when pointed • out, will enable many of our readers to real- Me/' U ,? ideritifyy or 'i§> clothe with a bodily form—whose members may be recognized and described—an _Existence "' " which" " to""" their * minds is, we doubt not, exceedingly like an ignis fatuus. It refuses to be caught and detained for examination ; and notwithstand ing manyL efforts, > i at_£ arresting it, at still j eludes their grasp. This, indeed _^ is necessarily the case with every system which ia of a "Negative" _character. ' If our readers will{ reflect on the rise and progress of Soc...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

•rrriHT ir _rar _^ _nothingifbort oilbtal proffllticB, and* _tis| b <&ding ail _thinggvorable _g|the °_l|f_"va _Pe 9 _thjUre_«law,j_§y _wouldjpincons_^_ntg ft, is_^^Elyp_^robabie tlat temperance men generally _^ _vtffir conduct, in the present instance. f TMi_^ublis saXiiCYoiJSO Meh's Chbistiak Association are not yet ended, as wj*s supposed some time ago. At the meeting held last week, one hundred and seventy-nine members sent in their resignation; among these were some off the most ' prominent^^ clergymen" of' " the" city, and inany of the ablest and most useful members of the Association. The alleged motive for this wholesjil&resignati_^ of its early aims and intentions. The retiring members protest definitely, that their _^ present course has not been influenced by any late action of the Society on the slavery question. The ijesignations were tabled until the next meeting, and ninety- two ' new members were proposed. In anticipation of a large secessio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

r General. Assembly. The General Assembly oft the. Presbyterjan Church , in the * United States of America will hold its next m_^eling'taithe First Presbyterian Church, Lexington, ® Kentucky, at _eleven o'clock, A. M- , on Th«rsday,_itiie2l8t<jf May next, and will be opened _^ jwith a sermon by1 the Rev. Francis " _McFarlaad, V.h., Modei;atorof the last Assembly. The Committee of Commissions will meet in * _<W Lecture-room of r _{he church, on the Wednesday ' evening preceding, at eight1 o*«lock, to receive Commissions,* and ' on Thursday morning,, theday-oft.the < m,eetipg, at ninejo_^elock, for the same _puiMffie. lf <? *\ iVi \ i 1_, JoIhn Lbtburk, _JStaied Glerkiv } ,, ,, f ** ' Aebxasder _' T. _AfoGiiX, Eirmaneht Clerk. _tP. S. (t Stated "Clerks of _' _Presbyteries are resjfeotfally requested to bake out their list'of per-! sons entitled to the Minutes on a separate sheet, •utd ' to send (that,, together with moneys for the Minutes, '' to fer. H ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

Eastern Summary. BOSTON The friends and admirers of the Rev. Charles G. Finney, from Oberlin, Ohio, have given him the sum of one thousand dollars, in consideration of his evangelical labors in Boston, from Decem ber until the middle of April. Five hundred dollars were also presented to Mrs. Finney, who addressed meetings composed of her own sex, on the 8ubject! of personal pie£y_^ wi tlTgreat acceptance. Eight thousand dollars have also been subscribed toward the endowment of the Finney Professorship, in Oberlin College, with $20,000 Several subscribed one thousand dollars each. Correspondents from that vicinity give as £he principal reason why the Orthodox Congregational pastors of Boston have generally stood aloof from Mr. Finney; during the ,past Winter, a disagreement with him as to some of the fundamental doctrines of the Gospel, and former experience of the results of his labors. ,;; , Professors Park and Phelps of Andover, in connexion with Dr. Lowel Mason, have been...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

(Ecclesiastical. -, < - ,, Rev. J. Doll was installed pastor of the -> ennrob. of _Yanceyville, N. C , on the 17th ' of i April by a> Committee of the Presbytery of Orange. Rev! _gJ_' Mi _Span's Post Office address is i cliaDged _^frbm1 Keosaugua, O. H, Iowa, to Brighton_^ Washington Co., Iowa. Rev. J. H. _BuANfs Post Office address is chaDged~ from Hamilton, Ohio, to Blue Ball, Butler Go , Ohio. Rev. W_: H. Moose's Post Office address ( is changed from Harrison , Ohio, to Rising Surr,'Indiana.*' _^ Rev R. W. Allen has removed to Indianapolis, Indiana , having been released from the charge of Piegah * chnrch, by West Lexington Presbytery. Mr. ' J. M. McRee' , a licentiate tinder the care of Lake _Presbytery, .has received a call to become the pastor of the church of Rolli pg _^ Prairie , ia the bounds of that Presbytery. _^ Rev. John Lyl» Martin has accepted a call from the, Upper Indiana church. His Post-Office address will be Vincennes, Indiana. . " * Re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

there pre seventy two ministers of the Gospel,; one hundred and thirty-two male and female as sistant missionaries from this country; sixty nine native' 'helpers; fifty five schools of various grades, and four thousand two hundred and eighty four pupils; thirty-one churches, 8nd nine hundred and forty communicants, of "whom about one hundred and fifty have been brought to the knowledge of the Saviour during the past year. Six printing presses have been industriously employed at the same time in furnishing the piinted page to , be circulated in China, _Siam and India ( f Encouraged by these tokens of good, and looking to God for 'his continued favor, the Board would earnestly invite the heartier co-operation of the friends of the Redeemer, thatt the glad tidings of salvation may b _^ e extended until they reach every human heart on the face of the earth. The Annual meeting was to be held on the jafternoon of the 5th.4 An occasion of out during _ttftv. SiJ|f\these pre deigna4 ted ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

_Gommissioners_^ vtoi the General Assembl y Presbyteries. • _rv _yMnnstiBS. - _Eiaebs. Obfoj' * ' ¦ _- ¦«' _* |*A.V«. _BrWwtJ, DJ)., Benjamin _McLafn J Richard Lee, —— Foster. ' Alleglieiiyeity, B. P. Swift, J>.V.. A. Cameron. Philadelphia, { - . JoneB, DJ)., Judge Shars«ood . .-i .{^_.i i | _SF._^_'8cSbenek, _' _-| ; . Jaa.es Russell. ' Fort Wayne, ' Wm _'_Bonar. ' ' JoFeph GorrtU, Clarion James Montgomery, John Maffit. _Sefcirvler, B. Matthews, J. D. Befviiie. Saltsburg, 8. M. Ai _cCIung, IB r. Gordon. _BlaitBville, B. _SteTenBon,-. , , .Mr. Humes. Newcastle, f A.G. Morrison,- 3no.M Helton, 1 Thomas Love, Archibald ArnutrcB _Bfiflstone, Ktbert M. Wallace, B. W.Shryock. 8 Georgia, ¦—• • ¦ - ¦-¦ ¦ ¦O<-O,i'dk*eK-DJ>.y J B. MallarJ. _Tuskaloosa, J. C. Mitchell. J- Hope Charleston, ( A. W. Leland, D.U., A. _Ci awford, | J _H Thornwtll, DD, D _Townstnd. Cincinnati, W M Scott, D U., JO Clapper, .Allegheny, Loyal Young, John Breckinridge HuntindOB, i James Woods, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 9 May 1857

; '' Board5 ofToreif gnMissions.l , An Abstract! of the _[Twentieth Annual Report of-(this Board was*?read at Dr. Alexander's church,'on Fifth Avenue, N. Y., on the evening of the 3d inst. After the reading, the Anniversary sermon was preached, •'b y Rev. Dr. Culbertson, of the Shanghai MissionAchina. The edifice is _saidt to have been crowded. The Abstract is as follows r; _/ ' -* . The Board acknowledge their gratitude' to Almighty GodLtht_^t the missionary work has been proaecuted another year, with but few serious interruptions, ands in many respects with results of a highly _encouraging nature/ ir } ' _JINANCKS. The receipts from all sources, (inolu- ' ding a! small balance from last year, > • of _,$_?4 86 .) have been . • .t $205,768 00, ¦_Expenditures ,f . * . * .,. . . . ., 218,620.17 LeaTing an indebtedness of . '$12 75217 Thislisithe first time,1 in the' history 1 of the Board, that a,debt nf_.anv considerable extent has beenf incurred _^ and it ;_is, greatly ...

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