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

deed Mr. 's acmevemeuu _^_mw than his. Mr. Seward, itis said, promptly replied, "Oh, no, your lordship; I have long borne my cross. It is high time you should wear yours."— Washington Star, Februarys. Commodore loote, —Commodore Andrew H. Foote, who so gallantly led the gunboats in the action at Fort Henry, is a native of Connecticut, and entered the- service from that State in 1822. Since that time he has been continually in service, making the whole time of his naval career extend over forty years. He is still, however , full of r ti« firft and vim of vouth. and is one of

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 15 February 1862

The Ipn. Josiah _ftnincy is ninety years old, this day, having been born in Marlboro Street, (now No. 166 Washington Street,) Boston, the fourth of February, 1772. He is confined to his bed by ' a broken limb , occasioned by a fall , a few weeks since , but his health is otherwise good, and he is very cheerful. The venerable city missionary, Rev. Charles Cleveland, now eighty-nine years and eight months old, called upon ' Mr. _Quiuey, this morning, to congratulate him upon his birth-day. — Bps_^_m _Transcript, _February 4. -c >

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

PEES0NAL Lord Ivons Honored with the Cross of t|e Order Of " Bath. —The last steamer brought letters from the English Government to m _Legation here, investing Lord Lyons with the Order of Bath, in acknowledgment, pt the value of Ms services in securing, the peaceful and prompt settlement of the Trent difficulty, a compliment _, as fairly earned as gracefully paid. The; on dit is, that on informing Secretary Seward of; the fact, Lord Lyons remarked, that the honor and compliments should have been his instead,as hp felt that the settlement as made was in-

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

Columbia Seminary. — The Theological Seminary at Columbia, S. C, has thirty students. Last year it had sixty.

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

_JwsbgJman |§mtM PITTSBURGH, FEBRUARY 15, 1862 The National Note Bill. The question of finance is one of the most important which belongs to the maintenance of Government. It is at all times important, but, at a time like this, its importance is transcendant. " Money is the sinews of war." In modern times wars are always carried on by loans. The vigor necessarily put forth requires more than the means on hand can sustain, and more than can be promptly raised by any system of taxation. Loans also have the benefit of not exhausting the country. Payment is spread over years, so that economy and fche profits of industry may repay the debt without crippling the country. Loans are effected partly in foreign countries, and partly from the people. In England they are usually made to government by large capitalists. In France, of late, they are obtained more from the masses. In our own couutry they have been taken , generally, by chartered State banks. The banks of Boston, New-York, ...

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

_Tt?_BBtTE A ¦ ¦- ' _- WEEKLY _NfiW_^^_APEit, Published at _^xTTsrstmca-iac, spa-, BY mm wmnm& e& THIS IS A LAB_6E _EELKHOlJg IEWSP&PE! PRINTED ON EXCELLENT _PAPER, AND IN S U P B B I O B STYI* B II _GXmTAIMS on all the leading topics of the day, both: _Religiomt and S»eular. All the various subjects- that present _tiremeolves fov consideration, and that ar-e wtorthythe _atteittisn of intelligent ana Christian people, art _dlfectksad froni th* Christian stand-point, and in the comprehensive _apiritf of Chri»tian charity and enlarged benevolence. Trom the beginning of onr pr'esent Natkmal trwnMes, thiii paper, while allying itself witHiib polMcnl party, has taken high ' and fearless ' ground in favor of the Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, and of the preservation of the integrity of this Union: Its utterances have been fits and decided, and they will continue to be such until the spirit of rebellion has been ' entirely quenched, ...

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

Congress. Feb. 5. —House.—-The Treasury Note bill was debated all day. Senate.—The Military Academy bill was passed, making appropriations. Mr. Bright, of Indiana, w&s expelled, for his manifestation of strong Southern sympathies. We published, lately, his letter to Jefferson Davis. The vote was 32 to 14. Fbb. 6.—House.—The Treasury Note bill, with the " legal tender" clause, was passed, having a majority of 40. • It limits the issue to $150,000,000. Senate.—The day was'Consumed without taking any important vote. Feb. 7.—House.—The Washington Defence bill was passed finally,,with an amendment. It provides that no volunteers or militia, in any State or Territory, shall be mustered in on any terms or conditions, to continue in service therein, beyond 40,000 in Missouri and 4,500 in Maryland, according to the former authorization. Senate.—In the Senate the National Note bill was referred to the Finance Committee. The bill for the building of twenty iron-clad gunboats, and a...

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

— i # HARPER 8c BROTHERS, Franklin Square, New-York, ' Have _Josi _Pobushjed : PRACTICAL CHRISTIANITY. A Treatise specially denlKned for Young Men. By John S. O. Abbott, Author of "The Mother at Home, " " The Child at Home," "Life,of Napoleon," "Napoleon at St. Helena," •'History of the French Revolution," &c. I6mo, Muslin, 60 cents. PILGRIMS Oi" FASHION. A Novel. By _Kinahan Cornwallis. 12mo, Muslin, $1.00. MAYHEW'S BEN _JfRANKLIN. Youug Benjamin Iranfclin; or, The Right Road Through Life. A Story to Show how Benjamin learned the Principles which raised him from a Printer's Boy to the first Ambassador of the American Republic. \A Boy's Book on a Boy' s own. Subject. By Henry Mayhew. Author of " The Peasant-Boy Philosopher," "The Wonders of Science, or Young Humphrey Davy," &c, &c. With, Illustrations by John Gilbert. I_6mo, _Miwiin, 75 _ceritg. STREAKS OF LIGHT; orPifty-twe _JPacts from the Bible for Kfty-two Sundays of the Year. By the Author of "Peep...

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

The Armies and. Navies of Europe. At this time, when the journalists of the old world are seeking to embroil us with the nations of Europe, on account of our warlike preparations, it is proper that our people should know the extent of their armaments even when not engaged in war. We give our readers a condensed account, taken from a late article in the Philadelphia Press, which took its facts from the Almanack de Gotha for 1862, and which publishes nothing but official statements. The regular army of England is 213,-778 infantry, 21,904 cavalry, 40 militia regiments, and 150,000 volunteers—total, 424,677 soldiers of all classes. Her navy has 893 steam and sailing vessels, carrying 16,411 guns, and 78,200 men, including 18,000 marines, and 8,550 coast guard men This is England's military and naval force in peace. The French army has on a war footing 767i770 men, and _130,000 horses; in peace the numbers in service are 414,868 men, and 73,850 horses. The French navy consists of 60...

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

r|_lHE JTEW_^_XQRK EVElflJfftPOST, A Daily, Semi-Weekly, and Weekly Newspaper. FOR THE UNION. AND THE WAR. No Compromise or Sympathy With Traitors. This well-known journal is now in the sixty-first year of its existence. It has always been a leading journal of the city, _taking part iii_._all the discussions of the dayand uttering its st!tituneii& with candor, fearlessness_^ and independence. Freedom how and forever, has been and will continue to be it* Biotto. . The Principles by which it is guided are: A STBMT _CqSBTEfCTIOJr OP THE CONSTITDIION, _Economy in _Government, ¦ ' NO POUtlCAli.JOBBERy, Honbsi Mb» for Office, •; The _Suppeession of the Sii&vs Powbb, _Pbee Soil and Free Speech and the prosecution of the war against treason until the last rebel has laid down his arms. But the Eeenvnp Post, while . it is fearless in the expression of its opinions, aims chiefly at being <i good newspaper. It will contain full accounts of all the interesting occurr...

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

SOLDIER'S POCKET-BOOK IN GERMAN. The Presbyterian B_^ard of Publication, No. 821 Chestnut _^Street, Philadelphia, Have prepared a German Translation of the "Pocket-Book, which is ready for sale and distribution, at $5 per hundred. ' _> ¦ - ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ "'.;¦ The size is 32mo, and itcontains a Calendar for 1862—Advice to Soldiers—Short Prayers—Selected Psalms—Scripture Selections-_^Thirty Hymns, which have been selected with special reference to their use by Germans; and closes with " Hints to Soldiers about Health and Habits." SIXTt THOUSAND COPIES of the English Edition have been printed, and from every quarter wo hear of its being received with favor, and used with profit by tne Soldiers. . ¦ -_; • As but little is published for the German Soldiers in their own language, it is hoped that this edition will be equally acceptable, and that, their friends will avail _themselves of the opportunity of supplying them. The Board have also published THS SINNER'S RESOLVE—(«Just as I Am"...

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

Washington. February 8.—A week since the staff of Gen. McClellan were notified to be in readiness for a movement across the river. In consequence of the state of the roads they have not yet been ordered over, but they are ready to go, and when they go, Gen. McClellan will turn over to the temporary charge of Mr. Stanton, the control of the entire army with the exception of the army of the Potomac. Further information has been received from Gen. Lander, by which it appears, that having been reinforced, he marched, on Thursday, at the head of between seven and eight thousand troops, on the enemy, at Romney.* The< rebel forces were about equal to.,his.own. They declined fighting, however, and retreated across the river, destroying the wire bridge in their rear, and, running off, probably to Winchester. As heretofore staled Gen. Lander is now in possession of Romney. ' Feb. 10.—The following is the substance of the charges under which Brigadier-General Charles P. Stone was ar...

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

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

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

g FT IT AT ION WANTED. - A young man, a graduate of Jefferson College, who has had some experience in teaching, is desirous of securing ' a situation as Teacherin an Academy or Select School. - Good references given. Address "A. B.." - f an28-3t Bbx: 35, _GrovMand, Illinois. _FARMERS, GARDENERS, FRUIT -*- GROWERS, CATTLE DEALERS, &C, Will find the most complete assortment of books relating to their business that can be found in the world, at C. M. SAX TON, BARKER & CO.'S Agricultural Bank House25 Park Rnw. Wow "Vnrlr. ; HanA fnr a />«_t»loeni« foM«-1v, |^[jERCHANTS f _HOTEt, .. ' _; ' / ¦4 6 K o r t h F o _u' r t h S _ti e e iy _PHILADELPHIA. 0. M'_KIBBBJT & 8OH, Proprietors. JOHN D. M'CORD..........;....... JAMES S. M"CORD ]«c»como c_^ c_^ €>., MANUFACTURERS AND DEALERS IN Hats, Caps, and Straw Goods, _WHOLESAXE AND RETAIL, M 1 Wood Street, Pittsburgh, Have now on hand for Spring sales, as large and complete an assortment of Goods as can ...

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

¦_WT O X. U M E TWO. ( _^ Gompleting the Worh. _* ) Ready Febf nary 6tla, 1862 HAGENBACBIS HISTORY OF CHRISTIAN DOCTRINE, A New EditionEdited and Translated by Prof. _tf. B. Smith, of the Union Theological Seminary. In 2 _voSsv_, 8vo. Price $2.00 per volume. Besides the,revision of the Edinburgh translation¦With large additions from the 4th German edition, this volume also contains new matter from Neander, Baur, _Qieseler, _anc? other writers on the history of doctrines; full supplement* to the bibliography of _Haganbach, including the English and American literature; and also new sections by the American Editor, amounting tn more than sixty pages, on' portion ' s of the historynot fully treatedor wholly neglected, in the original, viz.: on the German Reformed Theology, the Trench School of Saumur, _English Deismthe history of Theology and Philosophy in England, Scotland, and the United States of America. The literature of English and American theology, including all the denom...

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

Treasury Note Bill. ¦ The bill which passed the House, last Friday] makes the following provisions: Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Representatives of the United States in Congress assembled, That to meet the necessities of the Treasury of the United States, and to provide a currency receivable for the public dues, the Secretary of the Treasury is hereby authorized to issue, ' on the credit of the United States/one hundred and fifty millions of dollars of United States notes,: not'bearing interest_^, payable to bearer, at _tKer Treasury of the United States, at Washington or New-York, and of such denominations as he may deem expedient, not less than five dollars each. Provided, however, That fifty millions of said notes shall be in lieu of the demand Treasury notes authorized ,to be issued by the act of July 17eighteen hundred and sixtyone ; which said demand notes shall be taken up as rapidly as practicable, and the notes herein _provided for substituted for them. And ...

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

yfSpfhf_. & Slight Cold, Cough, /^^¦_HkA _JfccuCL/ sene&s., or _gfafie _OkM_^^uuI J&hjLaxtt _t vuhiah, might be _ytfflMjRSS ' checked with a simple rem-^_fiipp _^ _<sdy> if Ttoegteated_; qften > terminates seriously. , Few are, aware of the importance of stepping a _^_oMg h or _gftl gJit _$ ald. in, Us first.stage; that which in the beginning _woidtZ yield io a mild remedy, if not attended to, soon attacks the lungs. were first introduxsed eleven years ago. It has been _^ proved that they are the best article before the public _= ¦ for _^ou. _Q hj&f y@dd&, J_^_tLaizcM±L&, J &sikrrLa., /_fiaicLt/ _ifL , the Hooking Gov_^h in _^an.~ s._umftiian., and numerous affections qf the 0h_^aa±, gwing iminediate relief. I»ublic Speakers and, Singers, will find them effectual for clearing and strengthen ing the voice* - Sold by aU (Druggists and @ea2ers in Jiedicine, at _@5 cents per box. Sold in Pittsburgh by SIM...

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

Missouri. Gen. Halleck Is arranging to either capture Price, now at Springfield, where he has been reinforced from Arkansas, or to drive him from the State. Gens. SeigeU _Asboth, and Davis, have the expedition, which is now partly at Bolla and partly at Lebanon. Gen, Hunter may cooperate, by a movement to Southern Kansas. St. Louis, Feb. 10.—The following telegrams have been received at Headquarters: , Washington, Feb. 8; 1862. Major General Halleck, St. Louis :—Your ener gy and ability receives the strongest commendation of this Department. You have my perfect confidence, and you may rely upon my utmost support in your undertakings. The pressure of my engagements has prevented me from writing, but Twill do so fully in a day or two. Edwik M. Stanton, Secretary of War; • Mayor General Matteck:—-Thank Gen. Grant, Flag Officer Foote, and their commands, for me. GeOBGB B. _MoCiELIiAN, 1 .; ! Commander-in-Chief. Two dispatohesdated February 6threceived by Gen. Halleok, state that G...

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

: •¦ ¦;¦: Jjfoji& ;: _- On February 6th, by Bar. w. w. M'Kinney, Mr. _wasou MrtxER to Miss _Mabsabet Jane M'Cokd, all of Mercer County, Pa. , . ., . By Rev. Dr. C. _fr _Beattyj on the 6th of February, at the residence of the bride's father, in BroofceCounty. Ta., Mr. Robert E. Large, of Jefferson County, Ohio, to Miss Annie Wilkinson. ¦ _' ¦ ' ' ' ' • -_». • ¦¦ ••--'At Birmiagham, IowA _? on the 3pth of January, by Reiv. James C. Sharon, Mr. Johm O. Ho_*b to Miss Margaret J; M'Donald. At the Presbyterian Parsonage, in _Martinsville, Ohioon the 6th ipstby-Rev.* Jas. D. FitigerMil, Mr. Euas DvvkU, to Miss Elizabeth R. Finney. , _; February 4th, near SraithfieldPa., by Rev. Hi O. Rosborough, assisted by Key. A. G. f airehild, D.D., Mr. George F. Hough to Miss Elizabeth W. WbAvm, all of layette County, Pa. , .. _,' ¦- _, _'.. ¦ ' . • On Thursday morningFebruary 6th, by Rev. G. Van _Artsdalen. Jesse H. Peterson, Esq., to Miss Mary Elizabeth, eldest daughter of Jacob Kough, ...

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