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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

I ' % - . "4 ' - | \ _FrotrisAndover we went/to the celebrated watering place,rNahant_, which is a high promontory jutting out boldly into the ocean. This headland puts out its arms from Lynn, about half-way between Boston and Salem, "arid for ' twVo'r tKree miles seems to be trying, how farit can get into the Atlantic billows without being submerged. The bold and rocky headland is built over with handsome cottages, and nowhere on the coast can you find a cooler spot, for, whichever way the wind is blowing, it comes from the sea, bhe sea, the deep blue sea. THIRTY YEARS OP AFFLICTION. JESUS HAS DONE IT. In Salem we paid a visit to a lady who has been an invalid for the greater part of her life, and who, for thirty years, has been entirely helpless in her bed. On being asked about her feelings on the subject of her affliction, she said, in a whisper, that she had not had, in all the thirty years of pain and weakness, a single murmuring thought. "It is all right," she said, " ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

om, _eoREifppirpBffTs. We present to our readers an interesting and extensive variety from the pens "of valued correspondents of this paper, the H8tis headed with an earnest and forcible appeal in behalf of the spiritual wants of Che great heathen empire of China, from ' a _missionary ' in that country. Our _correspondent from the Ne w-York Wilderness bids adieu to those scenes which his facile pen has depicted* with a freshness and vigor of style which seem to have been borrowed from the air of the _wiffterness itself. These letters, from the pastor or * "a flourishing church in the chief city of Central New York, are equally welcome to subscribers and readers in every part of our field. Our correspondent , Ambrose, stretches a handvof fraternal regard from his study in the leac ing city of the North-west, Chicago. Still farther west our Iowa correspondent calls for _Christian recruits to the array of immigrants; fhile our Delaware brother and co-presbyter, D. H. E., having r...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

EEI.ATI0H OF BAPTIZED _CHItDBEF TO THE MffBCH. . ,.. ,-. An individual connected with the Due West Telescopet the organ of the Associate Reformed _Svnod,1 SoHtib, Has been travelling; in _Ihe North and sending the results of his obse. r_^a tibns to the columns of his. _papejr, over, the signature, J. _B ' : Spending Sunday in Franklinville, K Y., he says he was prevailed on to preach in the "New School Presbyterian Church," and then ma&js the following statement: " _Jb the conclusion of the services in the New _SchoakPresby terian Church, the pastor reminded the cd«regation that on the following_^ Sabbath the Lowr's Supper would be administered in that pk&e, and that the adult baptized youth had an invitation to come to the sacramental table, without any preliminary examination. This we regarded as a departure from the order of even the New School'Presbyterian Church." Thinking there must be some mistake, we wrote to the brother at Franklinville, and receiv...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

_THliaSDAY, SEPTEtlBER 13, I860

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Ad [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

JOJN W.,lEiBS, EDITOR ASSOCIATES WITH _._AliBBRT BARNES J GEORGE DTJFFIELD, Jb TH(MaS BBAINERD, JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DARLING ' THOMAS J. SHEPHERD, . . ! v , J ,

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

erism 1 •;- " ¦ : : _'- ;. • ¦¦ . - _FOfiEIGBw l%"; _- -'[' ' ¦' • ; ;/ HuaK .—au jc_*ngnsn _^ _rsn , m a; recent work, says: " In' 1658 ' thereh _ivaS not a Quaker living who did not believe _QuakeraiA to' be the only true Church of the living God. . Inu85&there is riot a Quaker 'living who does believe in'_i Awflil Human Sadrifice.-_^_TKej _AloVing is extracted ' from the West African _HeriS i,= of " the 13th ultimo: * ¦ ¦ '' ¦ ¦ _-' »:i ji His Majesty, Badahurig, King of DJtomeyis about to make the Grand Customin honorj_^ffthe late king, _Geisol_; Determined to surpass _alllfMmer monarehs in the magnitude bf{his ceremoniesm lie performed on this occasion, Badahuhg has _nivde th& roost extensive preparation?' forjthe eelebi'a an of the Grand custom. . A great pit has been .dug. which is to contain human blood enough ,tq float rt canoe. Two thousand persons will be 'sacrificed _jii this occasion. The expedition to _Abeokuta is postioned, but the king has sent ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

_NOTICES TI_«e Presbytery of _^_ViliMinston will hol d its next stated meeting in Hanover Street Church, Wilmington, commencing Tuesday, September 25th, at 7| o'clock. i:¦ Order of Exercises.—Tuesday Evening.—Sermon by Eev. H.-'J. Gaylord, on 'The Relation of the Intervals between Revivais of Religion to the Growth of the Chinch.' ; Wednesday morning, 11 o'clock.—Addresses by Messrs. Foot, Emerson amib Hood,,; on . 'The Slate of the World in relation to the Kingdom ' of Cfort.' Wednesday <_5/?ernoo», 3| o'clock.—-Addresses by MessrsvPatterson, Wiswell, and Cahn, on 'The Remedies of Inliilelity _fqr the; Moral Evils of the World.5 * Wednesday evening.—Sermon on 'Christian Experience in the Song of Solomon,' by Rev. J. Gatiand Hanmer. _; -Thursday wiormngr, 11 o'clock.—^Addresses by Messrs. Mears, Foot, and Hanmer, on 'Every Church a Mission, every Christian a Missionary.' . Thursday afternoon, 31 _^ o'clock.—A General Meeting of the Sabbath Schools _^ with ad resses from...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

• ,_e:.-_^_-; _- _-_^^_GOT(_mE _GA_^ig_^A_^._: V;; : _\: _; ' ._;- '' . . ' Bev. John W. Ellingwoddi D. D., formerly pastor of the Winter Street Church, Bath, Maine, died Augjap_<_flJ9th| Though npt inHJ hjgh [degree; _jlearnfit profound, or eloquent _^ bewasjin many respects, a remarkable' man _. and, a dev _' oted, efficient laborer in the vineyard of Christ. , We.learn from the report of a sermon ip. _t!Bached?intcoinmemoration;of hisdife and services, by.Rev.|_Ji|Ot Hske, that he _. cojparaenced life as a silversmith; , " Mr. Ellingwood was an excellent workman, and pro(8_p4ii ed1 in) h ' fs business: During his _firWliubiniss year he nt e$Hd.f700i the second year $U0OQ_£ the third year $1,400, and the subsequent ,years he was in busi. ness, the proceeds were _^ much increased, and yet he _^ ave up .this lucrative _._busiflMss ta engage in the roinislry, at a salary of seven hundred dollars a year." HiCiiofnistrjr .of thirty years in Bath was _suctcessfal. 38'_^ Wer...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

_mif _" _imESBYTlBIAH_^ _Qalilprnjia.—The Ilev. h.Hamilton was installed pstor-oy_^he First _Presby_^_nan church of San Jose on Sunday, August 5th, at the hands of the Presbytery of San Jose. The sermon was preached by Rev. _ijl. S* tLriey* 6f San Francisco, after which the constitutional questions;were proposed by the Moderator , Rev. A. F. White, of Gilroy. The charge to the pasiior_^_was given b_^ the Moderator; _,to the people by -Bev, W_. WvBrier, of Gentreville. These services retainedthe fall hoas© for more than two hourajwhen ' , upon |thei earnest benediction by _^ _thevpaatori! _Aer_? scattered to their several homes, _^hiehttrctfliifid ing, though enlarged _ii_^few years since, is too small for ihrcdqgregiition_, and will soon be _reifioved for a new one. . * , ' «' , ¦ ; A beautiful parsonage has just been built by the people—an example for every church in •the? State—a thing of convenience and beauty.—Pacific, ': Tne B61_T. Saittttel H. Cox, m _U., now resident ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

;\;/.;: ;!;?. ' ;: . ,: _' . general. ; ' J'V ¦ _- • " " Threatened; Famine in _Fatehitoelies Parish, La.—The people of this portion of the State are now in utmost need of help from soine source, to prevent a famine and its coriseq_' uent miseries, and death. ! Every day brings to our ears the distressing information of the blasting' of the _husbandiiari_'s, hopes. Thousands of acres of , grain have riot yielded the seed planted. The forest _^ crop of acorris and nuts is blasted and gone. The grass is dried, and there, is no hope for grain,or meat for the _year's supply, being raised by our farmers. The cotton; crop is ruined, except onthe margin of the rivers and bayous _^ and]on the lowlands. AH the upland cotton is a failure, so the dependence on cotton to afford means to purchase corn and ineat_^ _fe lost to hundreds.-—iVete Orleans Delta.1 ' •; " -7'; - '-;i; ¦ '¦?':' _-' ' ' [ v ' , :-::- ¦ ..: - i;!;:: _^ Alarm, in, Texas.—Texas is _silll '' in' a state of alarm,in _g e...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

M1TH0DIST _u l_"ast Speaking.—The tongues of oiir Methodist brethfen are frequantly loosed in.: their, various religious services, but we have seen no instance of facility approaching the following/ which _occurred at a camp ineeting near Bridgeport, Contfi The N. T. Christian Advocate is our authority t The love-feast 6ii Friday tijdrning was one of great interesjt; one hundred and seventy-six spoke within the hour and n'Half nilntterl t,n th_« _iftrfirmse_. The Border.-—The Christian Advocate says:— We have been complained of for our apparent neglect of the Borderl But why? Our Southern brethren are jealous of interference, and particularly when excited. Should we not do them more harm than good? Moreover, we believe they are sensible and good men, and will be likely to; _brings themselves right, more likely if let alone than if disturbed by Northern neighbors. The fact that they have postponed their general convention until spring is evidence that they will do nothing ras...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

-:=:¦ . . ..._n ' JAJTS±MJ&3._Si,t _i _> _;-. .._;..:. JM _pmencai strengm oi me xinmeran unnrcnes —About thirteen per cent,- of the entire Christian populattbn.bf the earth; is _Lutherany and -sums up in the various sections of. the. world somewhat as follows; ,_^ ..,-..,...-_<. _>.. .,. . ,,.._;, ,-.»„..VK. Sweden, \ii._£_uU..:k..;U::_^^.. . 3,000,000 Norway,.... ;-v._^._v3U_^.vi 1,500,000 Denmark _. lthelaWeBlandsi Jutland,Snd_* s¦ ""; i' _-_^ ' > Greenland,_; iV.:_i...._^.._l./;.:._^.;^ 2,000,000 France;.,.,._^i._^.:......:.................... _i.. 500,000 PrQte8tentrGerm_^nyy».._«..»._«« _- _«..y.>r..v .,: 2§)ppO,d,00 Prussia _r .._^._^._iW._^ ;._»u_^...._^^il. ' ._W..; < 5_^000 ,000 Austriaj Hungary, Bbhenm, arid |^rayia^\! (1_^0pQ, O_^p Poland_^ and.Russia, ' .^{._^..^^»i _^_SOO_^bOO United S_^_tes ,..._Ji;.;.,.._J_^-,...^»V»V.l._^ ijOOOiOOO _gesi India _X^^^Z_^.^^««w! _* '_^ 3-P0,<fQO BFuii_,;. '_^ :;..... .........

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

: '. P HILADELPHIA CITY. The Insane Hospital;—The following classification of patients in this institution's -interesting : Of 1 _. Y65 m ale "patients two hundred and fifty_^eight were farmers, two hubdred and thirty-two of no occupation, one hundred and fifty-nine merchants, cine hundred, and thirty-two clerks, one hundred a_^ d thir_^y-qne laborers, sixty-three carpenters, fifty-one shoemakers , forty-one sailors, thirty-eight physicians _^ thirty-eight. students _^ thirty-two, tailors,, thirty-one teachers, twenty-nine lawyers, and twenty-two cl.eirgymen. The remainder is made up of members of a great number of other trades and professions. Of 1,595 female patients, two hundred and thirty-two were wives or daughters of farmers, one hundred and ninety were domestics, one hundred and seventy-one seamstresses, one hundred find four wives of laborers, and eighty-two daughters _6f "merchants, one hundred and sixty-six were widows. The rest were daughters and wives of men,of eve...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

THE AMERICAN PBESBYTBRIAJM AMJJ GENESEE EVANGELIST, A _WEEKW FAMILY _NEWSFAWSB, PuUished every Thursday, at 1334 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa. Devoted: to ' the promotion of sound Christian doctrine and pure religion, especially as _connected with the Constitutional Presbyterian _Church in _the United States of America. TERMS. To Mail Subscribers, TWO _DOttAES per year, IN APVANOE. ¦ _" ¦ ,, . , City Subscribers, _receiving their paper through a narrier. will be _eharaed I/to cents additional. CLUBS. Six copies will be/aent to one address for a year for TIN DOIiIiABS.r " _¦ •' Ten copies wilt be sent to one address for a year _idt _81VENTSIN _COLLARS. Twenty copies will be sent to one address for •THIRTY _COLLARS;' m - , Clubs may be formed to commence with the tirst of January, and to secure the deduction, the money must invariably be paid in advance. jg@f All papers will be continued after the expiration of the year, _unless expressly ordered to be discontinued, and _suoh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

INGHAM UNIVERSITY , _Leroy , New York. bef]r Rth7l860 tUmnal Tembegins Wednesday, Septem-Board and Tuition , per term, - - $75.00 Second tera, first Wednesday in February. Commencement, Fourth Wednesday in June _ In preparatory Department none received under tweve years of age. In the Regular Department, according to attainments , in any one of the four classes. Important and favorable changes have been made in the Faculty, with excellent accessions; increasing the faculties of sound and various learning, in all the Departments} with partial or complete course, at option. Having attained a comparative maturity, th rough more than a quarter of a century, our Institution intends to augment continually its best arrangements; while expansion and progress characterize its successive stages, in hope of a nobler future of permanent and honorable usefulness. Its aim and scope—to furnish a thorough, superior, and especially a _Chhistian education for our daughters at the smallest practicab...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

. '• ¦ .;; ,_:¦ . :. :¦" :. - ¦ 6EN1RAB ¦- • ¦ : • . . -. ¦ . • --. " French and Swiss _Protesmts.—For eighteen months past the French and Swit Protestants of this city have been meeting for relig)lis. worship, every Sabbath evening, in the rooms bltlfe Young Men's Christian Association, Chestnutffreet above Tenth, the services having been conducSq by Itev. Mr. Bonhomme until a native pastor qoullbe procured. By the liberal subscriptions of. thei Christian people of this, city, the _JBev, Henri FargLi of Montauban, France, has been invited to becbni'lhe pastor of this people, and he is now on board _tl»steamer Illinois, which sailed from Havre, Aug. 29p_%and is expected to arrive in a few days. We conrttulate this interesting" Frencheongregatiohin _tho)r!dspect of having their own pastor soon to preach _sthem. No doubt be will be cordially received antwell sustained in this good work in Philadelphia.-**! a. Ledger. The Christian' Sabbath.—-iu< mmittee of prominent citiz...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

_IRATELY 1MP0B1ED. -•: '.I -;- : : ' .. . ' ¦ !. . , i. AIKMAN'S _CYCLOPJEDLA OF MISS0ONS.—Cyclopiedia of Christian Missions: Their RiseProgressand Present Position. By the Rev. J. L.Aikman. 12mo. Clothi $1.25. " - n. MACLAURIN_*S WORKS—Tbe works of the Rev. John Maclabbin. Edited by W. H. f&abLDD. D., Edinburgh, Editor of Owen 's Works. ' 2 vols Crown 8vb-Cloih , $4.00. ¦ '¦ _- .: .' ' . • JCfS. E- & Co. will send any of the. above by mail, postage paid, upon receipt of tbe price. r_?34-tf _^nrr oRKs fresbytbrian authors, >. . _Fublisbed by LINDSAY & _BLAKISTOX _',- ' : • ¦ ¦ :¦ ' ¦¦ ¦ 25 Soutli SixtB Sfc,aboyeChestnut/ I THE WAY OF SALVATION, Illustrated in a Series of Dfeteourses. By Rev. _Aihert iJarues. One volume, 12mo. _4_*rice _Sl._tjU. **_£i£_& ATOSBSlKNi1 ; In its Kelatioi to lA\t and Moral Goveram _'ouf_; One volume, 12mo. 1'rice $1.00. . . : .. PRACTICAL _SBRMONS. _pusiigned for Vacant (_Mngregationg • and Families. Ouo volume12...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

JAMES S. WEBB, TEA DEALER AND FAMILY GROCER, 223 S. Eighth St., below Wamtut, Phila., Has for . sale a large aud varied assortment of fine Teas, Coffees, and choice Groceries for Family use. ICf" Orders by mail prompliy attended to, and Goods carefully packed and forwarded. - aug3Q-ly. THE WEST CHESTER ACADEMY, Located at West Chester, _Penna., will close its present Summer-Term on the _^_Sth of September next, and resume the duties of the,Winter-Session on the first of November; The school is in session during the summer months, the scholastic year being divided into two sessions, of Jive .months each, which commence respectively on the first * of May and November. Tbe range of studies pursued is extensive, and the system of instruction thorough—designed and calculated to prepare boys and young men for our best colleges, or for the requirements of business life in its various ramifications. The French, German, and Spanish languages are taught by native resident teachers, of abili...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 13 September 1860

_-/;v : _': _* _VQBJBfflN.; ' _"¦'-¦ i"'_^ ' _-"_-_":- South . Africa.— . Great preparations are being made for tbe reception of Prince Alfred. He goes out to lay the corner-stone_.of the Table Bay breakwater and docks,, as his brother .has come to our neighbors the Canadians to inaugurate the Victoria Bridge. . _li/V .J .' [ _<.j:v.. .. ." "ji : _ii< '... Mexico, _. Cal.r-rSAM; _Liiris, Aug. 16.—-A'battle was epmmenccd at Lajos4 ;qn fixe 1 Oth, between B_^iramon and > Doblado.;. Miramon,; with -2,0Q0 men, tried to _.cut'.hisiway through, but he was 8urrounded.:by_,Doblad(p,.withaforce;of 10_,000,men_^ _; A desperate fight then took place,;which lastedHfor five days; ' Miramon was badly'woundedy and'in this condition finally effected his escape, with a few of hig_' _cavalryl1 \i} Canada_^The Orangemen at Kingston, Canada _^ .having insisted on (parading, and* displaying, their colors on the reception of the Prince of Wales , he has refused to land, there...

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