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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

THE _AMERHJAN TRACT SOCIETY This is one of the most influential of the benevolent Institutions of the country. Its American Messenger , and its Child s Paper are read by several hundreds of thousands of our people, male and female, adults and children. And its issues of small books and tracts find their way into all parts of the land. And all its publications are so Attractive, by the materials used and the style of execution, the selection of subjects and the fine writing, that they are read with favorable prepossessions. And, happil y/they are truly Evangelical. The Society is now engaged, largely, in supplying the wants of our armies. In a slip now before as,_stating the "Results of three-fourths of the year," it says : " Our army and navy of six hundred thousand officers and men imperilling life and all that is dear, that our blessed inheritance of free government, law, and order may be handed down to unborn generations, Js a most inviting field. The Society has already ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

. _4mericaii\, Golonizatioii: ,Society. TKBfForty-fifth.j_^nnual - 'Meeting of the American Colonization Society was held at Washington,- _orilTuesday evening, January 21st, in the" Hall _ofrRepresentatives at the •Capitol. J_^_otwillhstanding the inclemency of. i the (weather_^ a! •-large and respectable audience was present. , '- - The President,2 _*Hom* J. H..B. Latrobe, of Maryland; took>the chair, and called the meeting -toi' order. Prayer was offered by Rev.<J)r. " Ma<jlean} President of Princeton College. S-VrrT .< s ' - _h JbLev. Ji.R. Grurley, Corresponding Secretary! readtaportion of the Annual Report. Tlie _fextractssread were highly encouraging to _.thevfriends of the enterprise, showing rapid _rimprovements in<! agriculturecommerce; and1 education:_^ r_^The. Liberian Colleger is; nearly completed'. The{ _> Society's operations _< since last_<meeting have been principally confined _totxthe internal affairs of _^...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_* i c For the Presbyterian Banne-Dcath of a Theological Student. Died, on Friday morning, the 3I_«t ,,< January, at the_^ScottHouseyinPifctsburfrt ' after an illness of two months, Mr. .J\_Aly ,C- Schriver/ a member of the Seni. . ': Class of-the Western Theological Seminar--, aged 26 years. He was't he youngest son of Mr. _Davj.-; Shriver, of fltmterstown, Pa., had beet graduated with- honor at Jefferson _Coliest, and had nearly completed a full course V study in the Seminary.. He had subniitt* ,, to a surgical operation for a tumor,and though_^thiffwas_^snccessful, a fever sat in. under which he finally sank. He was ia good man, of most exemplary Christian character, and had won the codfidence and affection of Professors and classmates to a-high_, degree. He early became a Christian , under faithful religious; training, and said that l.e never had know n the time when he did n_,t love the'SaviSur. "He had received his IIcensure, and had * preached with great at. ceptan...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

t, Kor the Prosbyteriau Banner T A-Tribute of _fcespect; .* ¦» _, . ' r mously p_4sed • _™ • >_Ts _;w ,e ~re - ™»an_^. _Whereas , It has _hed -anali ¦"* God to 'remove froM_^J_^h_^_M frieads , by a HneerinW *¦1 ' of _%' • teemed' _bother _^3* ™ **% T * late of St. Paul _ffiafiS_".'_? ' » ai * terson > the many _virfues'' that _S ed hi_^T & *er,, by his _Tnnd .-a _^ ¦ 1S ^^acfriends%_no\v _£_t _wS_^_f86 _^ _^ wej 4ee,piyMnoucn _^ early dep arture frrj the midst of those who were bound _tj f_, _-r s jy; the . tenderest ties of love, friend.); . and affection. , _^ Sesoivedj That we extend our warn-ar h_^tfeltTlym ptthy to. his brothers ana s - I _tersj who hfye sustained a loss which •]" f _fiaia_^^time _^_jjan never replace, and _^ i mourn a kind and affectionate brother 1 _^MSmd, That by his inestimable (,!Ja 1 ties and elevated character, he _hxs entj t C' _- himself toi_^e highest esteem of ev _£ member of this Society, in whose ] _^ _t he has ever manife...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

tT ' . _"?E$S0NAt. " . JoftnSphenek, _onW tie proprietbWbf 3ed »t_^r_^r f h l teri _fc _has teen tr-852* i :^;^UIS _» _eha _^ ged with service in the rebel army'as chaplain. lat_^_T_? _^._^P_^ ' seworthy acts of the _^iP _?ent Tyler was his appoint-XL_* f' _™hl _*_&»» 'Irving as _American SettS4 _S.S paiD" T_^_$PP°intment w._* wl\ _^ recommendation of Daniel WBter _^Mr - -Eyler . heartily acqilie5ciDg. _gv_^ng never solicited the post, and the first in$imatiOaihe had of hiBP elevation to _faTJcS _^ » °«P«» **» contained in a hv mL- Sf- ^^^tedepartment, written _oy _*ut _Wj _ebsfcavanj his _^official capaci ty . _artMR _wpW_^ '_e_^_siasVin hunting _»P idenMfi_^T- S°USe ' _*°«*eJ household- articles _AmoSl _* - ' . _^_W to Washing _^ S_^v.^^* of pieces of the sen2d 1_^thm _^on _CW/which was pre-SKLl k&n - ¥%e_^and his "brother _S1 :,- _?Jls _Wbablerthat<all the articles _Smialn 9_h_^ in _lh * Pjiten* _O_^e or the _™ V_?°n _^ _Institute ' - - Tl _J _ofeiuiJfa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

•» > i—' - 'r * l_> < c .1 l _^_TSBUm.-SlTDRDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1861 jfcBmnHtftmhutedibfmr'officethe "Right" io «** 'Pick's Accottnta** and Ditpatch'Fatent, _'atlW*karly atL 'AftuafrttMdftt&HfAoti Mfce _Cftet 'r jp4_jfer» addressed _tafihcW T_^vWr_^& _jria_^_infltOarJy _wugue _macAtne, which fatten** •on the ftmtfc'Wttfoin a _malS colored "nddrtsstta.mil," or W<_ih_$\iSmtS_*pptart*kMrn_4_^ by tK£d&U_$> _io which they have paid for tneirpapers-_^_ttiis _Jwfaff c^*ln-ir«d.6 y*n Act of Qmbrtst. The date tuill _*ktv>a' yi'6¥xdtidiicedon the _rtttipVojH _ntb ' svriptian money, fltn _emSctVacordanot with the amount to received, and thus be dnettr_^rtadyiuid valid receipt; securing to everyone, '<an<_F<ft _tiu times, «¦ perfect Knowledge of his newspaper ac->CQ%mtf>so that if any e_, for it madehe _<san immediately detfit'tVicnd havt tt corrected—a boon alike valuable to the ipffl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

ECCLESIASTICAL Rev. F. A. Shearer has received t ( ,.,• from thV chitrch in _i Washington , Io _^ and is about_,to remove there. (' _^ respondents are '_requested to address his; at Washington, Iowa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

Frand and Treason. Both these basest of crimes doubtless abound in Washington, but we do not believe half the stories relative to them which we see published. Correspondents of the sensation p'ress must have something startling to announce. They are paid for furnishing news, and they must have it, by discovery or by invention, by facts or by conjectures. They must have something to tell. There are papers, very enterprising, to wh" OSB statements we give no credit, till we may fmd them verified from some other quarter. Speeches of Congressmen also 1 , and even reports of Committees, are not always reliable. They are too often, founded on hearsay and conjecture, or on ex-parte testimony. _Disappointed applicants for office, and men who fail to get fat contracts, can tell large tales; and such persons may be found by the ten.thousand. r> l_$be following paragraphs, 'from Washington, hint at the condition of things there: ; . ¦ " The number of applicants for a few vacancies i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

Washington. January 29.—The urgent necessity which aequired the immediate purchase of arms, clothing and other military supplies from foreign ' corm-, tries having ceased, the Secretary of War has ordered, - . First, That no further contracts be made By this Department, or any Bureau thereof, for any article of foreign manufacture that can be _pao_>- duced or manufactured in the United States. Second, All outstanding agencies and authorities licensed for the purchase of arms, clothing _s or anything else in foreign countries or of foreign manufacture for this, Department, are aevoked and annulled. Third, All persons claiming to have any ccoiitract, bargain, agreement, order, warrant, license, or authority of»whatsoever nature, fronv this Department, or .any Bureau thereof, for furnishing arms, clothing, equipments, or anything: else for the United States, are required withim fifteen days _frooTthisHateV to give written noiinoof such contract, and its purport, with a state...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

# _wip _Jtto_^ The Asia brings European news to the: I9_tli oi January. . «.¦¦¦ ¦>.*•• ;--*^» - \ - ,., The papers were still .discussing American affairs. ' '.'•' ; ' " .—< ' •¦•. . .¦ -> , The London Fifties "says that mercantile letters from New-York represent the' cry for prdinoiting insurrections among the slaves as gaining'force. Looking at these; threatened horrorsi: whispers were at . length heard .of..;a wish that fop the j _ak_* of humanity European intervention - might; be f ound _^ practicable. _^ *•*'' ¦ _, _> ? ;- Additional correspondence has beeri_^publisjhed in regard to the Trent affair, including Lord Ilussel's reply to .-Mr. Seward's dispatch dated Jan. 11th. It expresses-much,satisfactionatthe conclusion'arrived at _ty the Washington Govern ment, which it considers most favorable to the maintenance of the most-frie_^81y relations. The English; Goverjament,_;however, differ from _iMr. Seward iin some_^ of h is, conclusions, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

. f - . '¦¦¦ '¦¦»¦ ._^ _^ UTS _sT _» ¦; i ft ¦_' ;i ¦ «*» Self-Help, 40,000 cop; of poet €_r&bfco'_s Life, 18,000 copies. The Eoyal Family of England.—Pr int* Albert and Victoria were married on tha 10th of Febmary, 1840. Their children, aiine i_^-19_IIUIXbl«^l(l^'._Mii now _Uviog, were _bonn as _follows: _1. _Victoria Adelaide Mary Louisa, born _3tov, 21,1840. 2. Albert Edward, Prince of Wales, bc_^n _3_T<jv,_£, i«41., ... T . ... ,..., __ ,,, 5 '&-&W MM 'Mary, b6_rk Ajprit 25, || 1843. 4 Alfred Ernest Alberta, bora August «_,1844 i 5. Eeleoa Augusta Victoria, bora May 86_£40&£ _n _p: _YTXHtff : 6. Louisa Caroliaa Alberta, bora March 18,1848. 7. Arthur William Patrick Albert, bora May 1, 1850. 1 _W.Jfrm&«_WW_^_W**t, born April 71858. 9. Beatrice Mary Victoria Foedorc_, bo _* ra April 24, 1857. John tyiiincy Adams.—When John _Quimjy _Adim_^aa_^mkter _^-tb _^ _Goj_^r_^. Hoi-3aW, fe joHieaa Sooie_^of learned men who mat onoe a week ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

¦ . ¦i i!'A ••'ru.'Usiifc,;; ].-<y<\ ,;, . "' _.i' -Si ff:;;s*;_w au ' i \--_^ . ¦ -.'• ¦ ¦¦ ,,>. " _,; .. ....... _PilMisfietai \ 'ii K-i-n _' rO •:••.-: !• ¦¦ ..!;". * 'jti'i _*i\:-f _US;:u ¦ • ¦ ¦ m_^wtmm & e& . ' • 1 ¦ . ¦'. _- . ¦ . " . - .; ._jii: • ¦ - . ¦ _> r ¦ r.: v. ¦ ¦ -.- • :-m .• • ¦• ' THISIS A . ¦' PEINTBDON EXCELLENT PAPER, * - e w.;:> •. :¦ •¦ AND.IN.. : : 8 U PER I O E S T Y L E IT CONTAINS on all the leading .topics of the day, both Religions and Secular. All the various subjects that present themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent and Christian people, are discussed front the Christian Btand-poini, and in " the comprehensive spirit of Christian charity and enlarged benevolence. .: : . . l_"rom the beginninc of our present National troubles, thi» paper, while allying itself with no political party, has taken high and fearless ground in iavor pf the Constitution and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

Generals Hunter and Lane. «* Much h«a be«_-» said about an expedition, to be-<5ontaianded by <Jen. James H. Lane, to _stjirt _rfrom_«BA»«_as , _kauth, and penetrate _^ _^ Ind ian Territory_^, Arkansas, and Texas, to " the1 _®ulf.; The expedition was to consist of some 15,000 'or" 20,000 mdn, t_» _«take its ammunition, but nO'Oth_. ei? _impedhaents. She army was tduse'_Inlians and Negroes, and ertlect provisions as it went. _Thuft_^ dt was proelaimed by letter-writers; and they «<_lded, that Ge*. Lane had the sanction of the' iiaand? _¦ n'6t th_6 P_^_a|den_^ |_appbji _^m an d designate him _^tf_^h_^^_ery _purpose_^C At one Sti«^^»_li_^_jomet||_4_gjyj u _gjp r id ^^^^ *^o«t t _feports of hia converaatipn, 3he _repjied that bis tt«tiiority sho_|uld not_^le given for afy_^report ®^ |P^»% affairs,, unles_^_#hen- the words, Abraham Lincoln, were added By'lumsaJf ' .* The most recent report nas not thai- _nf me,; but' w« g_^e it as,-#e-fihdit. _/.Itis_^_thlslr;. ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_~y O !• U M E TWO. ( Completing the WorJe. _^ ) Ready February 6th, 1862 - , • EAGEN-BAORS_, • HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE. A New Edition, Edited and Translated by Prof. H. B. Smith, of the Union Theological _Seminary. In 2 _volsr, 8vo. Price $2.00 per volume. Besides the revision of the Edinburgh translationwith large additions from the 4th German edition, this volume also contains new matter from Neander, Banr, Gieseler, and other writers on the history of doctrines; fnll supplements fo the, bibliography of Hagtnbach, including the/English anil American literature; "and also new sections by tW American Editor, amounting to more than sixty pages! *>n portions of the .history: not fully treated" or .wholly neglected, in the originalViz.: on thei German Reformed Theology, the French School of _Satunur, EnglishjDeiamthe.history of Theology and the United States and Philosophy in Eriglaud, Scotland, of America. The _literature 'of English and American theology , includi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS > sXL _panrts of Oae land. . SheGbmpendrinso< _, , , .. . : ;. 1'i '_-;;'r B(me^''wir: : _Faffi_|gD News iBprepered with roach care and labor. And juBtnow th* news in the daily papers is often id uncertain and enntvadictory that the weekly _papeis can: give by far the most reliable news for the public, since tise _opportunity _foi _sififctg _ilxi _correctibn is allowed. ' ¦ Under ll» head of ,T __ -.. ¦¦ ¦ =- _, ' . • the niost interesting _incidests connected with _indWiduals of note, whetber.dead or living, are pablisbed. • v - ' ,;ti I":-, ¦ _• •?• -TC _":¦¦¦ ¦ ¦ .•/:¦ ¦ -\ " And _TJnder the head pf . , . are given the results1 of Science, Travel, Discovery, Statistical lDfc»matiori, &c_^ of mcBt value to the public. : -While at tho same _timemost valnabte _'SliilpTlOK S from books, magazines,.and other newspapers, are given for the, Christian, the parent, tlie man of literature and learning and for the children. . . , - Nor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

The fiatlle of Cliff Creek. The late battle near Somerset, ,Ky., took place on Cliff'©reek, and is to bear that name; though it is often called Mill Spring. The official report ' of the killed and wounded states that 38 were killed and 134 wounded. Of the rebels 190 were buried on the field, and 74 wounded were cared for by the National surgeons. _> An Important Launch. The Ericsson Battery was successfully launched, on the 30th ult., from the ship-yard of Mr. T. F. Roland, Greenpoint, Long Island. Her draft forward is 7 feet 3 inches; aft, 8 feet -1 inch. When all her armamentscoals and provisions are on board, she will draw 9 feet 9 inches, leaving only 21 inches above the water-line. She will be armed with two 11-inch Dahlgren guns, whifth ' are the heaviest now used in the navy. During an engagement the. men employed in working the guns will be protected from the Bhots of the enemy by a bomb-proof turret in the centre of the deck. A .Wreck. , Her B. M. Majesty's shi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_Jiprial itofa _* DENTISTRY.—I>r. C. Sill, No. 246 PenD Streot, attends to all branches of the Dental profession. feb8-ly fParA By-Rev. Franklin Orr, January 9th, Mr. Daniel Elga.it to Miss Martha Lewis. On January 21st, Mr. Hugh Lowat to Miss Ma&t Jane Robinson. On ' January 23d, Mr. William _Ceawson to M.iss Sa&ah E. Baker, all of Indiana Co., Pa On January.23d, by Rev. G. M. Spargrove, Mr. Joseph M'Cbeasy to Miss Nancy Kuhn, all of Allegheny Co., Pa. By Rev. W. Morris Grimes, at the " Post House," M'ConneUvilln, Ohio, January 16th, Mr. George Mahon to Miss Margaret M'Gonegal, all of Bristol, Ohio. On the 16th inst., by Rov. Mr.'M'Clnre, Mr. Enoch Beau to Miss Anniedaughter of J. D. Howejl, Esq., all of _Tusca Tora Talley, Juniata County, Pa. [Ai_^r6uNCEH&NT8_^ Gratis ;' 'Additiowai. Remarks, Vm Cents, a Line, Nike Words beino a Like.1 DIED—In _Oswego, Illinoison the 17th inst., MARGAKET A.daughter of G. A. and Sarah J. Tucker, aged 3 years...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_Jgf. ,_&:t:Wv._n: €?. A; fR.:-P:.,E:; _^'T S ,; _''[ Bongbt previous to the late advanee in prices, of which the ! fullest . advantage is offered to._purchaserer. \ ..? _/ ¦ ( ; _? _, ,: -is «t _^m E</^i_^L&m:_^ - ¦¦; < 4 FURNISHINO UNDERTAKER, : * _XtiiW8mitlifield Si*<*« , ; keeps " constantly on hand a largf assortment ofReady-Made Coffins, Metallic Gases, Shrouds, * &c _^ of tlie latest styles. " Personal services in %all cases wheii" required, and no pains will _oe spared to give entirer _sn,tisfaction, and relieve the,.friends -of the many unpieaBant _datiea. necessarily connected witlrthe _propanjtidn_^ forJ burial'at Kreatly reduced prices. • Rooms open day, and night, j _Hearst i and Oftrriae»wfit .n' Rh«<_1. • . * . , .. _; . ... •wpi-lyi -. ,...-, -inflDEVOIIi AND IiEATBEERSTORE D. klRKNfRICK ''% SONS,_w _"_^ ..;, ' N«^ 31 . S_^th Tl _ftik _lireet, _^ _"! _i u _^. ' _ . BKTWiBNMAiKKrAjfi) Chestnut SrR-JBET8,PHiiJa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 February 1862

_g IT HAT ION WAIT TED. '. ' •A " ybnngman,1 a graduate of Jefferson ' Cbll«^_fe! who has had some experience in teaching, ia cteairou» of securing n mtuation as Teacherin an Academy or Select School. Good references given. Address : . a ,A. B.,""--: -; ; jan25-3t : Box 35, _Grdveiand, Illinois. _FARMERS, GARDENERS, FRUIT •*• , _^ROWERS , _QATTLE DEALERS, &C.,,) t ; ;_- Will find the most complete assortment of books relating:! tc their businessithat, can'be found in the world, at C_^ M. SAX. TON, BARKER & CO.'S Agricultural _BrxJc Mouse25 Part _Tliiw.NoWVnrTr. _RotiS fnr « ontnlntrno , *' _fnM«._iT ';, ;j|jER<p(A_>rTS' ''_Barmu , ,; ;: _/; ;¦ ' ¦ 4 6 Nort_|iF<yt ilth Street * • " :!: ,: !;: ": PHitAbEi:p)r tiA._'v /:; _- : ' i.. ' , _j _* 0. M'KIBBEN & 8«HI» ProprSttom. _' : :. *n»r8-lT¦ _'_'¦;¦ ' ' <¦ ¦ . •¦¦ ' ¦ ' '¦¦ ¦ . '• -' ' _' "' ' ¦ .- ''•• SA_^ONIF IER, OR CONCENTRATED .. ; " '•- '• •; ¦ ¦¦lye/;" ¦ ;; ' ¦'•' - ; ; ...

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T "" u " s' t " ' ': t:v " bI*:'! ' s h e d _* Mil ¦ ¦:_¦ -¦¦ : . ¦ • :»:,..:BY THE _J ' ' ;' " _Brp||ytori_^ _$M: of i P_^ickte _* No. 821 Chesfnat Street,- Philadelphia, _siicy tEir koo&s mm) toe _almanac . ' )¦ '<*<>_&> i .-«; : _- _-_^J?0iB-.1862._^ iiv.i_;. _- . ;,;.. - . :' THE: EXILES _OT_? MADEIRA, By .tha _Rey., W. M. Black' bura ,_^ Erje, _, * J?a. Small 12mo _^ pp. 216. .Price 50 cents. 'Postage 10 cents.V1 '"•'"' .->-- _^ .-. ¦-,. -v ._^ Tho work of; the Gospel in Madeira, from 1838 to 1_R50, has been called" tho grenteat fact of modern _. njissions.' Its history shows •¦wnat Romanists ' can do,"and"what Biblereadersjcansiiffer in _thWineteenth century, s_^ •., - \ THE PRESBYEERIAN ALMANAC,EOR 1862.: Illustrated. * Price 6 cents, ¦in $4 per hundred! Postage 1 cent. ¦ A LITTLE BOQK FOR LITTLE _FOLKS ABOUT THE "BOOK *.OF iBOOKS-s a8BBo._^Two _Illnstratioiis. Pp. 72. , ,Price,15 _cjsnts. r Postage 3 cents.. .: . ,. .,;,...

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