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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

Eastern Summary BOSTON. 0jrre-Ton_^en_* °* *^C Jonrnal and Messenger, | t,} says, that in eight of tlie New England icWlo States, the Numbkr of Baptists is |ii<intt<! loss than ten years ago. The cause I decrease is attributed to the large eraigrajbstward; but, at the same time, it is stated, be Western Baptist churches have not reft, _corresponding increase_, 'thirty-third nnnual _meeirag of the AmbriliPTisT _PcBiiCATios Society, was held in Ion the 13th inst. The number of stereo-Bates now owned by this Society, is fortytousand and eleven. The whole number of Sprinted during the year, is twenty-three re four hundred aad thirty-eight thousand_, {(ceipts havebeefc, $48,1?§0; *ke expenses, J. A history of the _Ctmreii of Chfist, be earli est age to the present time, is now |e of preparation under tbe auspices of _Scioty. Great _attention has been lately led with regard to tite early history of the N; denominations in this country. ads have Just been purchased in B...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

_SifiiOT Deed—April 19th, at the residence of her father, (David Hamiltonof Carrol Township, Washington _Cgnnty, Pa.,) Euza Cornelia, -wife of David-Iiongwell, in " the_^S _id year of her age. y-, " . .. . .-. _'t '-. ~ .,\'uf-. >\:[:- ¦ -,-_/.,.-,i * -,j . ¦ .-/ ¦ - , . - ¦ " _DiED_^_- At _fUniontownpOhio,* on the Uth of April, to the 75th year of her age, Mrs. Elizabeth McCoNACGHr, wife of Mr. Robert _McGonanghy. * ';• *""-: v • .1 i ¦ _, : The subject of this notice'had* been a member of the Presbyterian Church for about fifty years, having been received into communion.. under .the _Tonerablo Dr. Herron_, while he was pastor in Eastern Pennsvlyania. Eyer_, humbled with a sense of her own _sinfulness, she dung fast to Christ1 and his righteousness as ' her source of comfort and help in time of need. In her last illness, while she expressed a strong desire to depart and be .with .Christ j which is far better, she patiently waited till her. change came. ; Her end was peac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

PUBLISHER'S AJSKTOUNCEMEarTI—THEJ HISTORY 0* THIS "PRBSByTBRIAN CHURCH IN AMEBICA, FROM ITS ORIGIN}UNTIL THE _XEAR1760. ¦With _Biographisal Skdches of Two Hundred of its Early Miiiisterk By the Rev. RICttARii WJB8_STJER, late pastor of the JPresbyterian church, Maach Chunk, Pennsylvania. With a Memoir of the Author, by the Rev, C. Van Rerisse1aer,'D.D.anda'- Historical3Introductionby Rev;.William BlackwoodDJ_> " .. _Pabliahed by auth..irity1 of. the Presbyterian Historical Society; is now ready, and will be sent to any part of the 'United States, fr»e of (postage., _:•- .-This.'work, for which the. labor of twenty .five years was expendedby the author, and which is now published for the benefit of Mi family, is offered as the most interesting, unique, " and valuable histdrytha* has yet appeared; it is the volume to #Mch _affi must come who wish to form a correct estimate of the importance and value, of the Presbyterian element in sdciety that led " to such grand results ia ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

||UGH MIIiTjER'S WORKS. . . , THE NEW VOLUME. This Day Published, TESTIMONY OF THE ROCKS; —OR— THE BEARINGS OF GEOLOGY ON THE TWO THEOLO-.-_;-.. .. GIES, NATURAL AND REVEALED. ; : With one hundred and fifty-two Illustrations. To which is prefixed* Memorials of the Authorembracing - aminute and authentic account of his death, with 'other _matters. ¦ " _' " ¦ ¦• 1TOL, 12mo. pp. 516. Cloth, $1.25. :; """ " ' '' "' " " CONTENTS. ' : Lecture- 1. .The Palseontological History of Plants. 2. The Palseontological History of Animals. ,'. ¦ ¦ '• -i 3: The Two RecordsMosaic and Geological. -4. .The Mosaic Vision of Creation. " 6. Bearing of Geology on the Two Theologies, &c., , - .r f f. ¦:¦<¦ ..\ Parti., ,:¦¦ - ¦¦ ¦ 6. Bearing of Geology, &c. Part n. ft.: .: _T.-The_'NoachianDeluge, Parti. ., 18. The Noachian Deluge, Part II. '' " '9. The Discoverable and the Revealed. k ¦ • 10. Geology of the Anti-Geologists. . 11. Recent Fossil Plants of Scotland, Part 1. I - 1...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

p(te leprtmetit "!?3v -;«wO'i vKaEsas._^f_*. ' ..-? _n. ^^ _hj_.;. The important "bearing of Kansas upon the social well-being of the whole country, makes it the duty'of a journalist to give the leading news relative to 'itsl affairs; when matters reliable can fee known. Unhappily this is not always the case. Partizans have been so much in the habit of inventing, exaggerating, and misstating things, that it is almost impossible, ordinarily, to feel confident that , we have! truth before us. _i It is now, however, an ascertained fact, that there is free access by the Missouri riveri and that immigrants in great numbers are _flocKing thither. « ' *! The absorbing question at present, is the formation of a State Constitution. The registry of voters, taken under the Territorial law,, is complained of as defective, partial, and' incorrect. Hence the Free-State men talk of not voting for Delegates to the Convention. If they _^hall not vote, nothing can be_,expected but the election ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. . _ClrarcliL at Mendota. ; h Mendotaj Illinois,, May 8,1857. ; Ebv. D._^Mpi&NNEY' ' D D—^JDear Brother:—-By request_^ itorward to you a few facts connected 'with the interest of religion in, the Presbyterian. Church in this part of _Korthera Illinois. ¦**¦ ¦ ¦•-¦ J The edifice, erected at this place by the First Presbyterian congregation of Mendota, was on Sabbath last (3d instant,) dedicated to the worship of the triune G-od, and Rev. J. S. Henderson installed pastor by a committee of the Presbytery of Chicago. Rev. 3. McKinriey preached the _' _se _' _Tr mpn,( presided. .. and _u._g a^_ _the.,_jfibarge . to.tj(ie _pastoff and Rev. C. "R; I_^ is_^ chargel the people arid offered the concluding prayerA ' ¦ . The building is substantial and neat, and has been well furnished by the ladies of the congregation. Edifice and lot worth about 15,000. All free from, debt. This has been accomplished in part, by the liberality of the citi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

_fi _OIT&D &> _^IBfCO&H'S VAiTTABtK PUB_. liH" LICATIONSfor sale, at Publishers9 prices, by JuHN S. _DAVJSONj 81 Market Street. Among them are the following: . " ¦ ¦ _• ¦" .s _sr? HUGH MILLER'S WORKS. ' • The Testimony of the Recks. $125. My Schools and Schoolmasters; or, The Story of Mr Education. $1 25. _^, .' - . J * The Old Ked Sandstone. _*1 00. -, The _Foofprints of the Creator. $100. ' First Impressions of England aiid Its People. 1 00. Geology of the Bass _Rdak, (Carter * Bros.) 75ets. Macaulay on Scotland; a Critique by Hugh Miller. 25cts. Kitto's Popular Cyclopaedia of Biblical Literature. 3 00. The Natural History of the Species; its Typical Forms and Primeval Distribution; by O. H. Smith; with an introductioncontaining an abstract of the views of Bliunenbach, Prichard, Backman, Agassiz, &c, &c; with elegant illustrations. 1 25. . _Eadiefs Analytical Concordat ce to the Holy Scriptures, or The Bible presented under Distin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

Galifbrnia_^ * The George Law has arrived' from tlspinwauV bringing $1,700,000 in treasure; 'The Prbmethems also has arrived, with California'daties to 20th of April. . - ' ¦ ¦ • • ' ---*v_J I" '- _*"^': ' ' . A bill has passed the Seriate, submitting the question of paying the State :deb.t, to the people. The news from the mines was very favorable. Business at San Francisco was very dull.. ,. The crops in California promise to be abumdant beyond all precedent'.:y _"-' _^ • ? _u " _' < * ' _; The Democrats have carried the charter election at Sacramento by large5 m'ajbrifies.: ' A small steamer has been launched at Stockton, being the first ever built there.); .1U>- ,_; A quartz boulder, valued at _f 3,00.6, has been found at Minnesota. * _=/'> < '_*_-* The Diggers are" being employed a_£ domestics in various parts of ithe1 Statejf _withw satisfactory results. ;..,•;,__, ..; ;; ,,;«{j , .>us ,;.i ;; There is, as ' usual, a long _Hst of crimes and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

PEOSPBOT CFS o» _?ai PRESBYTERIAN BANNER AND The _BANOTR Is published weekly, in the cities Of Pitt»5 _jorghand Philadelphiaand is adapted to _generaldwnrtatio* in the Presbyterian Church. TERMS IN ADVANOJK, *_i saporyB_». IN CLUBS of twenty, mi upwards, 125 " « DELIVERED in either of the cities, 175 u «. ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. For eight lines, or less, one insertion 60 cents; each sub sequent insertion, 26 cents. Each additional line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. , For eight lines, three months, $3.00. 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 add! * tionalline. _Businiss _Nouons.of ten lines or less, One Dollar. Each additional line5 cent*. _*&• Communications recommendatory of Inventions, Me dical Practice, Schools&c. &c, being deaigned for the peat niary benefit of Individuals, _shoold be paid for as Business Notices. ¦ _' -. ' ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

[From KtzgeraM'_s Philadelphia City Item, a j_^eekly Eamily and Business _Pajjer f:r Ttpwn and Cofintry.] NationiaV Safety Saving _rtoid. It has long been bur intention to make some remarks in _rislation to "the Saving Fund system in general, whicH1 has "been productive1 of such great_^publio_^advanta_^i_^both_^m_^Eurdpe_^_andsin this country, but at present, we have only room to give a few _suggestions in _^ iirelati p_^to ' _ij _jihe Saving Fundipf the _$ati|lal la|ety Ttmt !C_%mpany. This old and well_*established institution nas acquired such a high reputation, that a great many of our wealthy pitazens have selected it as the best place ' in " whicit to " deposit "Iheir money; _andjeople who have ' large'sums' which it is 'desired should be keptwith ' a special regard to security, often come from a great"'distance1 to put their money in the Saving. Fund, where _tto depositor gets interest for it, and'from which, he can obtain it again at any moment it is called for. It will ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

Jf JUi v-lUll '_^'lUiiUll_^iiil The Asia has arrived, with Liverpool dates to the 2nd inst. The _JSforth American thus sums, up the news. _i , . .,, "* - •' 'V, . . ' - ¦ , . ' " .>.., ' ... ' . " . ,-,„ The English:•-Parliament had * assembled, land had prorogued with, the _^ formalities _attending the opening. With the exception of increased _^discontent in the Turkish principalities, th& riewsin that section is not impprtant. Evelyn ©_ennison has been elected Speaker of the,. British Parliament. The Russian _^ Dike_(CoWantine" _hadf been received in Paris withgreat'horidrs. _" TMe " Queen of •Spain's speech will announce the re-establishment, of friendly relations .between Spain and Rome, and hopes that Mexico will apologize and pay the indemnity requiredf otherwise Spain will take hostile measures. Reports are again in circulation that the King of Denmark will be; forced to 'abdicate. " The accounts of- the revolt of the Chinese, _; and slaughter of.two " th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

lor the Presbyterian Banner and A4vocate Appreeiatioa _of 1_*ie late Ee¥. L. W. WiJHains. BY THE _OONCtBBGATIOK._3 ' A meeting of the congregations of Landisburg, Centre and Upper, which composed the pastoral charge of the Rev. L. W. Williams, deceased, convened at the Centre _^ on Thursday, the 14th inst. ;: ¦ : ' ; " "' " . ' " ¦ . ' . ' . .I. '"" , .. Wherbas, The Head of the Church has taken our beloved pastor to his reward, therefore we are met this day to express our sorrow_r at the dispensation which has removed the pastor whom we loved, and whose instructions and example,we prised, to tender our sympathy to the bereaved family, and to acknowledge His sovereignly who has directed the event. Resolved, That we sensibly realize _,our.s great loss, and mourn because we will here see _tiis face no more;, that we will cherish his ;memory for the estimable qualities - of his mind and heart, and because he loved us and spent his strength to _rservejis;. • ¦ ,,. . ,: .r. .- . .. ..-...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

On the 7th of Mayby. Rev.. . | H. Miller, Mr. Moses _McSowan to Miss _IELIZ4_BETH MoI/AUQhlin. .; On the same day, Mr. Christopher. Sewald to Miss Ivy _HAYS_^-all of Allegheny County, Pa. " _i - On the 28th ult., by Rev. James Cameron, Mr. Thomas J. Love to Miss Mabqabet _Adalike McCdllough, all of Peoria _Coanty,Hl. _^ ; ? ; ' ¦ ¦?}' •¦•.•ij_^.-,y hr:s- •_- ¦: ' ¦ ¦ _, ' -]•.' -. ' On May 5th, by Rev. _Brael Price, Mr. Josiah D. Pkice to Miss Sarah J. Waqsonee,- both of Carroll County, O. At AmityMay 7thby Rev.,W.. P. HarvisonMr. James A. _Bebout to Miss Elizabeth Jane _Shiep, all of that place. On the 6tfc itist.j'.by Rev. WJ" A. West; Mi. David b. &xmhbk, of Upper. Path Valley, to" Miss Jane _Bebrs, of Tueearora Valley. On the same day, ,Mr,.HiSNBY H. HOT>sow,.of Three Springs, Huntingdon Comity, to Miss _Naroissa A., daughter of Mr. John Skinner, of _Pannettsburg. , On the 5 th ult., at the Middle Spring parsonage, by Rev. I. N. Hays, Rev. John E. Woods, of Bent...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

J. P. WILLIAMS,, .,,. - - 1 JOHN JOHNSTON. ¦_WT EWT®*. WAEKHOPSE-WHOLB iUSALE«AND;REXAIIi.~tWIELIAMS & JOHNSTON. 114 Smithfield Street, _Pittsburgh, (nearly oppoBite. the Cut torn House,) have just ' opened a very 'choice selection of ' _- .-i.»a - m:;.j _GREENLAND BI._AOKilEAS, _,;; _^ t : ; ,;> Of the latest importations. Also, ¦¦ ¦ • • ' _v mO_/LAQUAYRA.-'AND OLD GOVERNMENT JAVA COt-. .. - ." . . ' .. KBES, ., _-¦ . ' _¦ •'. ¦' .. ¦ ; V .-v, . ' . New' _Orleans, Cnbai _Coffeei Crushed and Pulverized Sugars, Kice,:Rice-mour,Pearl and Corn Starch, Farina; Yeast Powders, MacearoniVermicelli, Cocoa, Broma, E3rtraNo..land Spiced Chocolate; Pure Ground Spices. -Castile, _Almbrid. Toilet, Palm, German! and Rosin Soaps.- Sup, Carbonate of Hbda; Cieain Tartar; Extra Fine Table 8alt; PnreExtracts Lemon and Vanilla; Star, Mouldand Dipped CWdles • ' Sugar Cured Hams;. Drie,d: Beef; Whter, Butter, Sugar and Soda Crackers; ' Foreign Fruit%*c,4c. ' , ¦ . "'" i _JThis stock has ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

¦'• ¦ ¦?¦ - ¦ ¦ v'/_- --- ;v -1Ertfaafartali.-_'^« _' ;• - ¦• ._ • - ¦ - S£l Jjoras_^ 'M ay * 18.—The_^'Utah; mails, with dates tb the second of April, states tihat the Territory is quiet; _^ Preparations*are! being made to send a _largejnumber of missionaries to, all; parts of the world. The accounts,5 of, the,.movements of BrigHam^^Young;'do riot . agree, with. those received by way of Califdrniia." ' He! seemed to possess the entire-confidence -of ihe'_^peop le, and was planning aniexcursion- to/ the': Mbrmon-settlement on Salinon river,_forisome. unknown,c_>usej> £04.; The _. Mormons_^_atsSaii jBarnard p_^ and _^ _-_^_jSU_^ rotinding settlemen_^^ ' haye'_^been * called_^to ' Salt Lake City. * ,1 ' "* "'" .."""" " _- ,' ¦* ' ' ""f ""*' ; _'( ¦ ""'"" '' .:,_' , ' " ' 'The1 Ghyerines_^fe: bbld' and _1 defiant/ _*A' trader arrived at Fort Laramie, who reported that;they acknowledged the loss .oft s ixty warriors sent .to commit depredations, on the. California TOad i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

'_" ' ';C ; i _^ wt_^H_^_K .:_^'¦¦ ¦ _* ¦ ¦ -" ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦•• _:"_^: - ¦ •:¦ ffluml&&* _^ - ¦ _tQL, A Friend of Missions is furnishing ns with Burglary proof Locks, to sell and apply .the entire avails to the cause of Missions. _{Their safety, has endured the _severest test; and we are allowed tosell.them simply at the_' doz. price _d $4.50 to $6.75. Will not the friends of Missions give its a call? " ¦::>; rc'V--/ ' ; ¦ _'_._;'¦:•.:;- v_^., ' _';. • ¦; ¦ ¦ ¦ • _- _' rresbytenar M _otices. _' The _PEBTOYTERY OF%ASHINGTdN" itands adjourned, to meet in the _Jffrst _^ Presbyterian chnrph of; _^heeling, on__ tiie 9ih day of June next, at 2 o'clock P. M. ; JAMBS J; BEOWNSON, Stated Clerk. Ttie PRESBYTERY OF HUNTINGDONwiU hold an adjourned meeting on the Second Tuesday (the 9th,) of June, at 11 o'clock A. M., in the Lick Run Presbyterian church. ROBERT_"HAMILL, _Sfeted Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

TflB _Eyibeitoes 6* Christianity, in their External or Historical divtsipp. By Charles Peilit Mcllvame, JD. D. Thirteenth thousand; pp. 408, 12ttioi _Philadelphia': Smith $ English, This is one of the best popular works' within our knowledge, on the important subject of which ifc treats. Itis a book wlii _. eh is easily and pleasantly read; it is entertaining and instructive; it draws the reader along, enlightening Ms miod, and affecting Ma heart. The young find themselves attracted; and the ladies enjoy the'study. It _siould be in every family, whiot' may not be _already well supplied with treatises on tlie Evir _dnnnes. The work is extensively _recommended by the ministers of oar own Church; and'by multitudes of _distinguished clergymen of _oiher denominations. Mr. Lewis, Agent. for _,the sate' of the book, is visiting PittBbkrgh'-and" thte neighboring towns, and offers'it at the remarkably low price of fifty cents. EoiECTiG'MAaAzOT.— The May No. of the Ec lectio is _embelie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

Cfi£ IBilik Sot the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. , Bible Narratives,—Ko. 30. ne#s _radM the family of nahob.— gen. xxii; 20—24. When Abraham started, at the first call of God, in company with his aged father, Terah, and with Lot, the son of OBaran, Nab or was left at the old residence, in IJr of the Ghaldees —Gen. xi: 29—81. Nahor, as well as Abraham_^ seem s to have been a son of Terah's hid age, as he eertiiinly, as some tbink Abraham was, is married to his ne ice_^ the sister of Lot _^ whose father was born to r Terah; in tlie seventy-firsfc year' of his age, (Gen. xi: 20^) while Abraham is not born till in his one httndre'3 and thirtyfirst year.—Gen xi: 32 j eorup. xii: 4. It 195 evident; that _Wabor ; continued His settled life in XJrof the _©baldees for a great while jfor we 'find him Here when Bltezer, the servant of Abraham,, goes to Mesbpotami&forE(ibefeh--_^en_^xxiy:;"10' .;, Thbugb. perhaps a part of his family removed io Harari_^ ' ¦ lit- the ; d_^pattii...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

A; JM£rErJt«_TJi8 'B_, 'MeErN5_®_43 mOCOSSCIIIPTIVBS, A«» OTHER iM. _ixvAixw _-' ¦ ' .atiiiv -1 .-'* '- _^h-_^j ¦ < ¦ ¦:. ,ix«sbios,of _APPOijsrsirEWT. "• ' ¦¦?¦ " ii\ ' •- - : ¦ ¦ ¦""- DE J;Wi:8_VEiS_,J' --- "¦ ' '_-'--_^ -_^ _ARSOOIATX < F '., '. DTt. calvin m. _racar,; , _' willTem_^o-atthe _ST.:t'l;AIRH(M _?13Kr|'ittsl>ar_^i,Fai, till SS'-UKBAX-EyiiNIKG, JUKE 20th, where he may be oqa , _edited _^_j those _wisWin_^ to avail"tlieniselveB' of Dr"0. M. Fitch'sejbtemoftfeatmerit.1 . • • •; ' ¦ 5¦, .:.,« ri -. ¦:- ..; _i_€e _wwoHnation of _jremeflial measures adopted by T)r. ¥$tKk ' a3a£ Dr. Sykes has bpen ro amply tested. a_,id so abundantly gc«v d to b«» in. practice.- all that, it claims to bp in _tbewry, ¦_ftsat its oilgitmtors don t'hesttate_'toaesert.'th ' -tby tbeir system, reli_«f;_iniiy: be _obtained in all cases _aot absolutely beyond the rath of remedies. ,. ,. , ¦ ¦Bi-'tl-is ' planof ireatmniw; tneadtvaxitaze _^ of 'Mediebial awi._Stfeatotrojihi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 23 May 1857

_(pivlle_^_palM Letters and. Letter Writing. ; ; " ' _; .. " }A-Y .-A,;.-atV-,-a6_TJ.GE[*-- _- _v. " ' / ' :/' ¦ : •,- ' ¦ " : ' -: ¦¦;¦;: I_'wonder_^l whether'ffiere _wlanotiher o_^f pur many privileges _^as_, , highly prized, yet assfrequsntlyjneglected _i or ascoirdiallj_^ _^ abused aS'ttidt'tif _/_iettet_^yfijdn_^.? ;; ¦' ; _'_¦ , /' ¦ ¦; _'' ;,- : _": * ;";: ; ' '.; "i_: "To think rigBtly is of kribWeagei'td' spe_^k \ flaeutly-'is of nature.' • ¦ ¦' ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ '¦¦¦" ¦ :.- " ; -;; . To read wit h _^profit is of cafe; _biit Jto write ftptly: ; is of practice. Idealsa shadow; that 'd_^paxteth; speecKisfleetiBg, ; ' " as" the ' wind. ¦"•¦'¦ , .•;. ¦; ;_ '... ' ':_;._/ ' •; Reading is an unremembered pastime; but a '. _^ wr iting is-eternal_^"' ;' - ' ; - ¦ ,, '' . _' . ' •, -. ' . ' .. ''•';' ' • ¦ ¦, *': _; '." •. ; Yet how prone: the. ybungj _wifti among thesalluringendearmentsi-of new_^homejnew friends, new cares, and a loving husband, is to forget how anxiously the old -...

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