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

¦ ¦ a**** *** "1M _* I knew a yn&oir Veiy poor, A_~geiitle, modest ilB. ¦ *" And _rery hard that widow toiled ; To feed heAehildren four; \ " _, 'j Anhonestjoy the woman felt, ; ( \ _^zpMw&te ff?_3_isaw ¦; fff, To labor she would leave her home, For chaj|rjfn._flpg|_A_^e fed ; And glaCwas ih _'e when she oould buy A shilling's worth of bread. v _^^ _xMMiMMIMiKmd ' _*-; ' On any day,to eat; They drank their water, ate their bread, One day, when snow was falling fast, And piercing was the air; -' I thought thafe-I-would go and see •,.:_; How these poor children were. Ere long X _reaehfld their cheerless home, I saw _;ii(PQ|Mhis: knees. * He _never raised his head; But _Btill went _otfand said, " Give us » T , TMsj day our _^ail y bread."a ¦ _< I waited till the, child was done, Still liftnuig" as_'he prayed; The _EorcPs prayer he had said? --¦«*« yplj^^ |_-_£» saidhe _^ ««p_^morning when tlU! '_fe: _' _My i_^_weirtiw£ "]' ¦ . , ' ¦ . ¦¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦¦ ' ¦ ...

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

A Soldier's Sudden Death, As I was getting ready, to be off, I heard the report of a musket, and in a few minutes a messenger came running toward me, exclaiming, " Chaplain, there's a man shot, and the surgeon has sent for you to come and see him." ' He was a private, a temperate, faithful soldier, and__greatly,esteemed by his entire company. Poor _fellowH'~I~pitiedi bis case, for his -added .another, to the already long list of examples of the 'dreadful results at- , dying man's hopes,_;and'fears, and prayers. -* T know .he.calledPon " God, while he had 'strength, _^and when < he could not speak aloud, his lips moved, and my ear detected, _H Have mercy, 0 God'!"J repeated many times. When' hef had 1 passefl' a_^ay, I and ;my _prayers .for him ceased, from my inmost j3oul_,I then offered.,one. for.-myself, and it was,, " Lord, save i me* from a death-bed reipentance11 ." To crowd the tremendous interedts 'of eternity into the effort of a last hour _^ is taking a'fearful r...

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

Praye_^-Me _Wfn_^ in a J8oml_»-Proof. " Have you any praying men ?" said I to a soldier in the Massachusetts Fourteenth. " 0 yes, a great many,"- he answered. " And do _youiever meet'for"prayer ?" I inquired, " Every day," said , 'he. " Where do you meet ?" "Just come here." Werwere inside'a new and beautiful fort, which the regiment had been building. " I can see no place for prayer," said I. " Just down there,"* * sajd the soldier, and he raised? a trap-door'. r * ' " What is down there ?" for I was look-1 ing into a dark hole. _" That is the bomb-proof, and down there is the place where we hold daily prayer-meeting." " Down there," continued the speaker, " soldiers go every day to lift up their hearts to God in prayer. It is not yet furnished with the implements of death,1 and the praying men, sixty in number, go down twelve feet under ground, in the darkand hold communion with God. Think of it, you who bow around your family altars; think of it, you who go to your comfortabl...

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

1 The Ghistian Soldier. Soldier, go; but not to claim < Mouldering 'spoils of earth-born treasure, Not to build a vaunting name, j Not _toidwell in tents of pleasure; » Dream not that- the way is smooth ; Hope not that the thorns are roses; _^ Turn no wishful eye of youth ' _" ' Where the sunny beam reposes ; Thou hast sterner work to do, ' ' Hosts.to cut'thy passage-through; ""* ' ' Close behind thee gulfs are burning, Forward! there is novreturning. Soldier, rest; but not for thee Spreads the earth her downy pillow; On the rock thy couch must be, While around thee chafes the billow. _(1 Thine must be a watchful sleep, Warier than another's waking; Such a charge as thou dost keep Brooks no moment of forsaking. Sleep as in the tented field, _^r Girded, grasping sword and shield; Those thou canst not name nor number _, Steal upon thy broken slumber. _^ _, Soldier, shout; 'the war is done; Lo! the hosts of hell are flying I • 'T.was'the'Lord the_.victory won, 1 Jesus _' ...

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

«*_u_« "' ki Litt&ott of the FrenchJ Emperor. ; ._t -. . . f . f _^ UlS _AMBITION TO BE AN AUTHOR. A' Paris correspondent of The London Review details some odd gossip about,the *• Life of Julius €aesar,"'by Louis_%apoledn_<: " " Durioghis *^rt s_^ta y at _JTontainbleau1 , His Majesty foua^|jTOgltofrevisp his half-coir_^1 pietedsMS. _' _^ _ih_^^4 . f« /'Of r Julius Q_^esar,7 _uad honored'_tis'_librarian, M. Maury_^witb/ a reading from some "portions ,of it. _Buf this oeeasumed a somewhat comical incident. 'M. M*ury is, like all Frenchmen, _aoxious to _^naafce his way' and* achieve' fortune; but he is, at the same time, a real genuine _scwwit; and when'his specialty* is touched, he forgets his interest. Now_^ when _,_hia master -honored* him the other,day \ixr *».nn_»_tiHFTiirta.iinor fr> Viim liia lnniiKra.f.inna upon the * divine' Julius, he was, no dpubt,, as anxious as -possiblet to avoid, -repeating' ' the. blunder1 of Gil _Blas _^ with the lifcerktypt...

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

A Touching Incident. A day or,_£w° ago, a volunteer, about _tp (join his regiment/advertised that he-would take letters for his comrades of the same 'regiment. HEe received a ~ great'many letters and packages containing small dpnations from 5 loved ones'1 at _* home. It ,was interesting to observe the throng as tljey came and, dropping their affectionate donations , went* on their way happier. There were old, young, and middle-aged—fathers and mothers to sons, and sisters to brothers. There was one, however, who_i attracted more attention than the rest. ' She was a girl of some, seventeen Summers, scantily but neatly, dressed, and but for rthe care which marked every feature of her countenance, would'have been termed pretty. " This letter," said she to the lady who received her, " is for; my brother. Will it reach him,,do you think ?" " It will, certainly." " I am so glad. • Thereis a dollar in it, madam, for my brother, j _?It ;is a small sum to, send him,, (and the tears fille...

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

THE B O A'RD1 OF _^ObTPORTAGJE tenders the _unmerous readers bf the Banner their ithanks for, the frequent calls their JBook Store receives from ' them, anct would again respectfully invite them _stilLto visit us. -We have a carefully selected stock of'HOLIDAY BOOKS, with DumerouSjIllustrationB. They contain moral and religious stories, and historical incidents well calculated to entertain, the 'young; embracing 'The life xtf-Christ and _,his Miracles,,The Acts of the Apostles, Sunset on thf Hebrew Mountains, _BnyTffly Oranges, Sir! Ac. '.We Belect-firwn _. Car-,terj.Nelson, Martjen _^ S.S.,Union, American TraofcSociety, Presbyterian Board, and others. dec21-tf • r .The-.American Sunday Sch&oMJnion _, FOR DISTRIBUTION. it t O The $10 Sunday School Libraries for__distnbntkm as per legacy in Will of the late CHARLES BREWER, _wfll bo _Teafly lor delivery on and'after July 10th, I860. ' The Snnday Schools entitled to these Libraries' are those, established in Allegheny Count...

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

UPRISING OFAGREAT_' PEOPLE UrLiLrXliXib bUlJUbJXlJiJii . NO. 124 GRAND STREET, " NEW-YORK: f ' Will pnblish_^in a few day s " I - -fc THIS REMARKABLE _FRENCH look. The _?Uprising of-a- Great '^People. J THE UNITED' STATES IN 1861. V ' By Count'de Gnsparm!:' Translated by Miss Booth. I1 vol 12mo., 75 cents. u_. , ? The'New j YOTk Times says of;itj ^^herftorongh intcl-S_3i'Jfl MtM7 i _^£_?*_&: de _. tennines-iihe quah_^ of the bodk, the moral warmth whifch- runk-latenlthrough it (breaking at_^timea into an eloquetfce!which 'feirly btirnBV_^-takes its power fromithe_. w_^ight-of _hiS_^_cts and the force of his _^£!r Tbore 1S in hi8 tl e_»tm_6at _?f , the question, & wise moderation that carries, with it convincihe'iorce " ' ' Tholffiw-York _Eeernng .Po^'nays-: »_Itria ' «bA wisest boot which has been written upon_^menca smce 3)e Tocqueville. _i_^r* ' a _>E _?SS kobl0 »0P '^! _^telUgence _.lts _toMght, its ' logic,audits nbblenessof purppse" j ' "From the New-...

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

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

OR _PECTORAbrTROOHES, _,_\ For the immediate " _Belief p a/certain'Cfere ofrJ < ni "Conghs, Colds, InHn_^_ismf AstliAm_^ Hoarae-(t _nes»,_i(Wlioo_^in«< Goi**h» _Ga tarfh,' Broa- "'' < chitw,>DitHc«ItB_*eatbitt«,fJSor« Throat, , Etc. Etc;, Etc.f Tor _JUnistors, JBoblicSpeakersrana'Singers, tbme TROCHES are lndispensable_^or Clearing and Strength- •*-_« _eDing the Voice, Removing "Hoarseness, etc. The ease with -which they are_'-tateD-i-being easily oarriediihttbe pocket, requiring _Tio'preparation,;»lwayB readyjforj use on all occasions, no_^ liablatacbaoge in any climate, _containing nothing injurious £o' tbo most delicate conBtitntion—should bo a sufficient recommendation toNdlito" give them a fair trial. ' ' _OBi_^Ice>S5 Cents 3Pex_",,DBoac-_" • nov3Wm ' _M

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

'TO_^HITB _£.OIi: DEPOT, < LIBERTY STRBBT '_^QJ_' (Immediate!*opposite Metal Yard of _Ffrjut. S.X. _&>.,) ¦ '! ' I _^_ivypBDBOHj Pa., Where a very superior article of White Lime can b» _^ - -any quantity, from a half peck to a car _W| _^_Er _l_^r_^-_? Jngbyfhe SINGLE _BARREL AT ONE_^DoilTAR?^_"" our object ie to _wholeBale_, we selUy-t _osTaffi_^_f*'but ¥ l«»_Tirice, «o as to enable retaUo_^_toBTakl_^_hffil* _"^^ st»_stBa_^gst is sold m tins market. If _o3nfe do_^ nP _?C _"* -_^ hich U s torys we obligate ourselves, to dray it _Wk t 'i )J0Ve _«atl8filc ' !SSS T 5lffi_^_iS?!MS_« dOC21 _"3t . ROBERT H. CA_^AN & CO. _J ,)nt- _tf il' ir it i> y _»t 7m

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_^v _Psisofl Siirely's Experiment. A'SKETCH FOR WEATHER GRUMBLERS. _|_The small parish at Fallowdale had been ffir,_^bmet time withpuj, a _^ pistor. The memferswere nearly allTfarm|rs> and they did not have much, money to bestow upon the support of a ciergyman; yet they were willing to pay for ,a_,nything that could promise them any due return of good. In course of time it happened that the Bev. Abraham Surely visited Fallowdale, and as a Sabbath jjassed-during his sojourn, he held .a,meeting in the small church. The people were pleased with his preaching, and sqme of them prpppsedinviting him to remain with them,, and take _^charge ;ot ..their spiritual welfare., '.. . : . ' -. ' :.:-., • , ' ,,. .. . ¦' ., _, : of Uppnt_^e merits proposition there was a long discussion., _iP arson Surely had signified _^ his,: willingness _tpytake a, permanent residjence _^^ at _^allpwdale, but the, mambers pf, thp. pajisfi ; ppuld not so readily _agrerf tb-hire_^mm_^ :_^ _n , _\ ¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

_BTIROiffl_^l_^_lPOlwSENCE Mr. Gladstone on American Affairs—The JPrevailing Anti-Slavery Feeling —The( Mri!i$h Quarterly andtts Refutation dnd^~E_£ p ' d$ur_%6f £laeM_>6od-~ _i ;_Striking . Contrast—The.,_Mrettek ¦ .Moniteurl—Ri Squthampton,Marbor-~-B,Uihoip _Mojlv<tine---Bicen mjors oftl_^_eeogp ition^/ _dhdSq_^hern_^roppsals—• ' t{fry, OommemordHon-_^-Tm _^ Lancashire Mmcon-^fiirmsW_^-English Pr_^_bfleryttis; _tk_^ ' Vmdn—^ .:¦ JMnt'GomtnunionService _ffiiReg'erit'Sq&are_^Profe&ipg, JfifacMe and !\ihei8e ' ot"—I>r' : _Guthrie's " Ten Minutes' Warning." * , ui c _i; _»:-..; _LbMDON, Jan' 17,1862. _M_^_Gikiy _fiToio_^ iri -' '_aij _dpeech _- 'at lieith, th_' uS'kpOke CPncernirigi Ariierica ',-i Mr; Provost, I heartily* Wish _that it jrM in onr power to exhibit to the-country of the'• United Sta_^e. B, the precise and exaot'State of: feeling that has. subsisted in ,this counj_^yr ever sinoe _^ the hegirininjg of the .tremendpus! cp. Jiyul...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

-.-. ¦ •' For the Presbyterian Banner. The faiflifil liiiister. Dear B-—-: I was- aware of the existence.i of, such a, Treatise as _Witsiusf " Modest Theologian;";and I am glad that you jhavft read it. Read also, if? you have not 4pnef it, Ms " True Theologians? _IJpfch, _bavei. _^gen;n translated,j but you can r_^ad them, wit_4v afeetter relish, in the prigr inal, Witsius . _depicts the modest theplpf '_^n |n. three, aspects, showing, how he _ar_#3,, jkqw he tea_^nes _^ SLnd. how he lines As Iv '_^_fye Ppt encro_^J\e_«i much on his line nf _fhrniolifcl as to the mode of _teaching_, in my _formed letter _^ I shall do. it still less, as to his life_^in_4 ; _^is , while I,write of the _iasTiful _minis|ep ;^ ' out ofthe ' _gui _g iL In ht^;! manner' _Se is not necessarily awkwtoc, although He \$ more likely_^ to be so, than.; one who has( a hig her conceit of his own importancej, arid who ha_^made altitudes and _inOTements a more _cdnlia_'erable _feiibject of attention. But eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

¦ lot the Presbyterian Banner. "Out of the tiff: s It is sometimes _, well to be out of the way. It is well to be out of the way of danger _^x _In: . time , of war. when hostile bandsjure meeting- and dealing death-blows, it is well to be out of the way of those meetings—-that is, if duty do not call us to be-prejaeni.;,.^" ;': : _^ : \, . " ., _' :. ::/' -,., ¦:¦> . , ,,.- ¦ l_^ 'Js w_$_t;io )?e put of th«; fay-of*_,temptation.; _There are scenes and circumstances which try the spirits of men, and cause many t6 fall. When we sorrow over the fall of! our _brethren, we _shlfiuld not fail to remember, that it is quite possible our own strength would have given way 'before the _temptation. Maxiy owe their security not so much to their watdhfulness arid strength as to the absence of temptation. _Ifi is riot, well to be out of the way of blessings. Thomas was out of the way of a blessing, when on a certain occasion after the resurrection, the disciples were together, and he wa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

Hints to _Parishioners No one can know the trials of the ministry, exceptthpsewiio undertake the; arduous eriiploymerit, or those who reside in their {amilles: When we consider how much clergymen's time is occupied by unavoidable conipany<_at _henie,! how many special meetings, if they aie faithful tp their master, they must attend, what a large portion of their time is occupied in visiting the sick, how much in _riebessary preparation for the pulpit, arid then, in addition to all this, what numbers of parochial visits they are required to make, and-densured if they do not, it must 'appear obvious that their task is arduous, their : trials peculiarly great. It is a great trial to be- obliged to attempt study when the mind is ' distracted with the burden of a whole parish, it is a trkil to be, as it were, compelled to spend that time in visiting which-ought to be devoted to writing and meditation, and then to; be censured for neglect_^ and ill-digested sermons j or, if tim...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

For the Presbyterian Bfianei The Ailnt 'T is pleasant thus'ibsifc a _wMla Around the btaaittg evening hearth _^ With _ohesrM word, and friendly smile* To pass an hour of social mirth. Bujt'O*,_fk£ Buoh a time as this, ! The. heart instinctively will owa A saddened feeling, as we miss !' A voice of joyous, ringing tone—A voice of one, in yeariJt _bojr_. But of as manly soul, possessed, And heart as free from base alloy, As ever throbbed in human breast. A voice of one who iiow is far _" v Away _frontf kindred, home, and _friends, AN4 the ..f-r_^ing;; scenes of war, * And all,the peril which attends. Yet not because he l&ved to roam, Or longed for scenes of blood and strife Did he forsake his friends and 1 home, Do lead the soldier's daring life. ¦ ¦ ¦- ¦ >¦¦ - • ¦ * ' i ¦ _¦ ' • ¦ No I but his heart-within him burned To see that emblem of the free, . Our glorious starry,Banner, spurned By traitor miscreants, and he Nobly resolved that he would go, Obedient to his c...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

l-_ " Bare Our-Sias." I.-Feteb II: _?4-r-u Who his own self bare our sins in tis own body on the tree." • Jesus is Pur sin-bearer t Jesus, and none but, Jesus j lie, his own self, bare our sins 1J He bare tbein in his own body j and he bare them on (or, as the margin reads, to) the tree 1 The; Greek words here are very expressive. They mean that he took bur sins, placed them on his shoulder as a burden, arid went with them up to the tree, thereto expiate them. How explicitly do these: words teach us that Christ was the sin-bearer in his life as well as his death Hence the shedding of his blood in cir cumcision. Hence his " trouble" and " sorrow" through life. Hence his agony iri the garden. And hence his death upon the cross. Soeinians know not how to explain the sorrows of his life;) for they are unaccountable, if he were, apt the sin-bearer all along. But from first to last he was the substitute j from his eradle to his cross he stood in our stead, bearing our sins. And he has...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

* _6o to the Prayer Meeting. Let attendance on the meetings be regular and constant. If your faith is weak, go. If your love is chilled, go. If hope be clouded j go. Every professed Christian be sure, if possible, to go, that the activities of the. , soul may be stirred up and drawn put in the service of Christ. If you have for a long time staid away, and the Christian armor has got rusty, go. " _Brayer makes it bright/' burnishes the shield, the sword, and the helmet, and the breastplate (of righteousness. G-o, if only a few are expected to be there, for if you stay away the number will be less. Go, expecting the presence and refreshing of the: Holy> Spirit, and expecting to meet Christ .there, agreeably to Ms promise, that where twp or three are gathered in his name he will be in the midst of them Be sure to go, always to go, to the prayer meeting, when possible, even at the sacrifice of ease and profit in worldly things, and you will find a rich reward in it to your ow...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

From House to House. -:The-Apostles says, _^ I taught publicly, and from house to house." _Wa have none too-m_«ch _cteirch> religioB in our.day, and too litty ihouse : or home leligioB-_} none too muehsateaching _i publicly,: and- too little 'Alrom_.housetfthouse." The pastor is to take not only a general, but a particular oyersight _reaching to every member of the flock. - - Baxter says, ¦ * If a physician shouldyonly read a public lecture on physic, the better his patients would not be-much pf them j( nor_*would a 4awyer secure youa1 estate by reading -a lecture on law "—and so intimates_^ that neither would , a pastor accomplish the work of oversight 1 of the flock, who only l _cialls after them publicly pricea _weekui>H_^is to " go preach;" not merely to set himself in the pulpit once a week, arid _presc_^i to those who come. The Saviour'_svlanguage still being, " I was sick arid ye _visited toe j and id-prison, and ye came unto me." (

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