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

Component Farts of Hay. The mean of twenty-five analysis of meadow hay gave the following: — Water, in 100 parts, 14-61; flesh formers, 8.44; respiratory and fat producing materials, 43.-63; woody fibres, 27.16; asb, 6.16.

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

JJARTUPEE & CO., Corner of _Iibst and Short Streets, Pittsburgh, Pa., .k,,l , _Manufacturers «'" '"} ' Steam Engines, Machinery, and Castings. Also, of STILLS, TANKS, and all other apparatus for refining Oils. octlO-ly

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

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

EUROPEAN CUKRISPPNBENC_1 The Jews in Italy—Good Tidings—TheMan for the Work—Ragged School Appeal—-Maroelloui Statistics and Fruits—Distress, in Lancashire—* Wealth of Lancashire—Rewards of Enterprise and Industry—-pecimen Men—Wesleyanism and Congregationalism—A Scandalous Clerical Im posture in Lancashire—" Sighing " for Presbytery—The Erime of Wales—Canon Stanley his Companion in Travel-yBroad Church•,Tendencies — Another Resignation of a Rationalist Clergyman-_^rLiterature and ' London Writers—Mark _Lerrion and " Old London "-r-Dog Stealing—ReligiaitiyJBook and Tract Society } for •Scotland-John Bright and a- Visit to his Birth-place. s LONDp_$r_, Jan, 25,1862. < The .Je_^s ; in, .._Isiajjt: are: giving- fresh indications of their '- interest in Christianity. A letter has just been issued " for, private circulation," by-Jbhe Rev. Ridley Herschell_, of London. This worthy man is of the seed of Abraham, and has three brothers, each of whom, like himself, is a Christia...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

, . , For the Presbyterian Banner. Binr Soldiers aid Sailorsaridtfce Board of Pablieationi While the providence of God has recentlv in some i degree limited both the means and the opportunity enjoyed by the Board _oj _PuiiUcation for carrying forward the .work of Colpo'rtage in its usual form, that same providence has opened a most extraordinary and promising field;: for a time,, among the defenders of our country on the land andthe sea. The Board has eagerly availed _itpelf of this opportunity, and has been doing among them a noble and blessed work. ¦ It has prepared; a "Soldier's Library" containing seventy choice and suitable volumes, whieh it furnishes for $15 in cash. No * better library for a regiment or a camp can be found. ¦ It has published for sailors a manual entitled " The Sailor's Companion" at the price of fifty, cents, containing religious reading, hymns, prayers, burial service for use at sea, and other matter adapted to the needs of a sailor's life. : This'h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

_PEEOIOITS MOBSELS, God is in-the-midst of the sea—in the' calm, and the storm, and the tempest. G-od is withthose who go down to the sea in ships for commerce or defensive war. Whebe no true, religion is found, menmay avoid theological disputes, whatever' else they ' quarrel about.—Dr. _Thomas Scott. ¦ Hope brightens up the darkest hour. Alii, men who do anything must endure a depreciation of their efforts. " It is the dirt which their chariot-wheels throw up. Children ' always turn toward the light. O that grown-up people in this would become like little children I I Measure ministers by square measure. I have no idea of the size of a table if you only tell me how long it is j but if you also say how broad, I can tell its dimensions. So when you tell " me what a man is in the pulpit,' you must also tell me what he is out of it, or I shall not know his size.—John Newton. = Oub _thor ights, like the waters, of the sea, when exhaled" toward heaven, will lose all their bittern...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

The Marriage Institution—Its Talneand_? Saeredness. The marriage institution is of, inestimable yalue to the best interests of civil .society, and to the higher interests of the Ghiirch of God. _^ * The_'happiness of the race finds its chief _source> and dts highest realization in this relation, . and the; relations which spring from it. One design of marriage was to create arid promote this happiness. "It is riot good for man to be alone," said its Author, and hence a coriipariion suitable was made for him, to complete his being, and share his joys. How perfectly this end is attained where its! conditions-are faithfully observed _^ is_« seen i ri the 1 eon j ugal teriderne&s, parental affection, filial love, and fraternal :attachment r which exists < in well-regulated families.- And1 the existence •of i ithese ¦¦> -. affections; in« their strength and; sweetness is essential '• to the 'comfort_^ arid! the peace of society _whieri the meriibers of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

s , [Translated from the French. 3 WQib of the Spirit. _? JBXTEACT fEOM KRUMACHlR. ' . The raven voice of the old man sometimes so imitates successfully the " _wice of the dove," that it requires a fine and practiced ear to detect the raven's voice in such melodious sounds. Even mental conflicts, and states of feeling occur, in which the Holy Spirit has not the slightest share, and which must be ascribed entirely to nature, and not to grace -? / and yet so strongly resemble the operations of the S|pirit, that the clearest sight is often'deceived-and the nicest disceramejatjfrequently!baffled. /. After Jephthah'had scattered the_. Ephraimites (.Judges xii': 1—6,) he took possession of "the passages of Jordbri _TKe Ephraimites, obliged to cross the xivef br .perish in, the desert,1 approached_* the ford; and were _^ put , to the test; for._; all of them were required to pronounce the; -word Shib* boleth; but they * said Sibb _^ ole ' th, " for they could r iot frame to pronoun...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

_i ; _fdr the _Pvegbyterlan Banner. __ _^ ' Irrevercnee Dping Wotsaip. ' ,, 'Umms- _UdhjoHs;:—Not long since ,* assisting a _brother in the exercises of ,a communion service, during the prayer.after set'tapit _4iy .attention was arrested by * a snnp% snap, snap. The eye soon detected the cause of the snapping noise. A, great many, people were looking at their _vfatches, tKe,opening and shutting of which,prodriced the sound. Next service we had a repetition of the same; and indeed during all _^he _exercises, the .pastor was no i&ore " japmpt in ioUowing;x .niy n sermoii, with a prayer than the people were, at tW sanie time, in drawing forth, springing open, and snapping shot their watches.; Now, all this _jps a new part of worship to me, and I ventured to mention it to ray brother, , *_l _faa,,!" ¦ . s. aidhe, , ** , you noticed it t _diii you ? X noticed it at first, but now I have ¦ got,used to it. My oldest elder is proud of knowing the length at every sermon that he h...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

For _tlie _Presbytonaa Banner. AekttowledgmeHt Messrs. Bditoes :—The pastor of Q-lade Run church and, the Principal of G-lade |Lun Academy, with their families, desire,; through the columns of the Banner, to expi?(B|S their thanks to the congregation for their Valuable donation, made on the 23d ultimo. "•(_Jjttite unexpectedly, about ten o'clock A. M.7the quiet routine of the Academy was disturbed by the arrival, one after another, Of Wagons and sleds, causing the exclamatiori: " What cda all this mean?" However the suspense was soon removed. The Principal, with his family, teacher and students were invited to meet the congregation in the church. 02/||^§IS*_ftg_^¥y ?ot only met the _congregation, With their pastor and his famfl y;, but long tables neatly spread and richly ladened _^ _^ _^ __ _^ " the good tMngs After all had feasted on prepared for the occasion—they _^ meantime, enjoying a rich feast of social intercourse—the 133d Psalm was read, tti_^ _SP hymn sun-g, and pray...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

Kor the _Presbyteriiui Banner. la _IcmoTliii_. _; Mr. i Otis B.; Webszeb_^ a graduate of New-Jersey College, and a member of Princeton Theological Seminary, died at his residence in Chester, N. H., on the mooning of the; 26bhinsfc, At a meeting of the , students of. the Seminary, _: the following resolutions ;were; adopted: Whieeas _^ • It - has pleased God to remcjve, by a sudden and _mysterious dispensation, our-beloved fellowvstudent, _OtjCs1 B. _WbbSter j therefore, Mesolved, That while we rejoice in the assurance of his unspeakable gain, we canrB_.at_^bttt mourn ' _forjourselves* the loss of an earnest co-laborer and warm-hearted friend, and for sfcheiOhurch thus deprived of the services.of one whose high attainments as _, a man, a>scholar, and a Christian, promised to render him an effective laborer in the Master's vineyard. K ' Mesolvedf - That we deeply condole* with ; the) sorrowings family bereft of a faithful , _som and a noble brother; and while we mingle t ou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

love. Hell made one to weep, the Cross the other. One lamented the consequences of sin, the other mourned over the transgressions themselves. When their characters'- were developed, it was evident that selfishness produced repentance in one, but the other's tears flowed from love. . ?In one was concealed a Cain, in the other a Magdalene. Nature predominated in oriej and in the other, grace. To our dull senses, that was not perceptable. Therefore, we cannot say that true heartfelt Christianity consists in penitence, in tears, or in earnest longing after the bliss of heaven. We cannot say that it consists in prayers, in evangelical knowledge, or in-Christian deportment. Neither does it consist in love for the Grospei, in the emotions which it, awakens within _»s , or in zeal for, the spread of Divine truth, nor in open confession of Christ, and the ability to testify and speak of him with eloquence, - _instruction j and edification—rail those things" rimy constitute only the imper...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

In the Bong Ram There is no little of repmirig on the1 part of many worthy peopl4, _< which must be attributed chiefly to a i habit of forgetting _sonie well-known-tpiths. It would be good for all to remeniber that in tte long run, the things _^rhich ' now fret and ' anrioy%ill Ml; be seen _tb1 be? par Is of a p lan of infinite Dettevolence. Tne evils we la- ' meptwillbe turried|4ntp agencies for good, and, the sorrows,,_jffe ^^ exgerienqev _^ will evenlife is the sweet tuate in future joys. The - esl which is "passed in _extracting _honej even from the bitterest adversities j antt he1 isttJie-wisest _' mar i who caff «nost heartil y confide in the rectitude>ofi Providence, and ikthe-final supremacy of. truth and .right.. Iri _thetlong wun? thia_*^ _^hristian _^ will come out -well -who, lyorkstteheerftdly,, hopefully, l_^artily/^i_*ou*>wi«*irig |is energies upon fain regrets _and_._ipassioBii te murmurings: The bird _sragstifitth_^_wtoito ; why may not the ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

• Circnlar to Clergymen. Office Of Amerioan _Tbmphsbancb TJNid», 1 _> r February 1, 1862: J Rev. Si& :—¦_$> is universally conceded that nothing is so destructive to all the best interests of men as intemperance, and that whatever we may do for the good of the soldier, is lost upon him, if he falls a prey to this enemy. The temptations to dnnkine intoxicating liquors in camp life are so niSnerOttsand to the young and inexpenen_^ed at times so irresiftib]e, that _^iere is - fieall for strong oounterabting lnfiuencea from all who feel Jor his welfare., A series of short ,,_attractive, and,instructive tracts 000 have .been .sent forth'in packages of 1,000 to a regiment, and they have been received with gladness, and we believe, to the'good of many. But the gifts of individuals most friendly • are exhausted, while the .work has but commenced. The moral and religious, interests, of. our _patriotic army should have a place, you will allow, M every pulpit; a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

1 : Io* the Presbyterian Banner; Thr _Presbytery of _Mirsville. k This Presbytery, at their meeting _; at _^ross-Roads,0 J*an. 21, 1861, received jthe JB, ev. T. M. _MeOlung, from the .Presbytery p| Ohio, and installed him pastor of the Jphureh of Cross-Rqads. . ).- At their meeting a_,<« New Alexandria on ¦the 5t|* of November; 1861, they ordained f_^ess _rs. f l. _E. . Wallace and ;Wm, Cunningh am m Evangelists—the fof mer to labor as a missionary in-South America,, under the care of our _Boay &-of Foreign .Missions, and the latter to ser<ve as a Chaplain in our army. In these services, Mr. Hill.preached the sermon ; Dr., _Plumer, by request, delivered the charge to iMr. Wallace; and Mr.. Torra-nce, the charge; to iMr. i Punningham. ¦ - t James Davis, Btated clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

TBlS _ftESBYTERIAN BANNER _fhiblicafcion Office: ' OAZETtE Btni,DIN&S, 84 _J_»th Si _^ Pwsbbtooh, Pa. _Pfi&ABBtPHtA, goTr_«H-W«B*rCOK- OF ?*H ABD'UHMTMJt ADVERTISEMENTS. TEEMS IN ADVAKCJ1!. ' ! i »f i A Square, <8' _Utug or less,) "one _Intertionj _^0 ' cento; each subsequent insertion, 40 conte; each line beyond* eight6 ct« A Square per quarter, $4.00; each line additional, 88 cents A _EBDUCiieN made to advertisers by the _ywr. . BUSINESS NOTICES of fxN lines or less,£1.00 «*ch additional line, 10 cents. DAVID M'KIIOOBY & C<>.» _Propeutoes and _Pttbliskbbb.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

THE TOPE AP HIS PRIViTE CHAPEL—MDSIG_, YOCAL AND INSTRUMENTAL. V- . Ifc is a great matter to see folks at home ; and to see with one's own eyes, and fo hear with one's own ears. Next to this is the having of an account from one who has seen and heard, in whose taste and judge ment you can confide, and who just means to talk sober truth to you, without any thought of producing a sensation. Our friend, now in Rome, writes under date of January 13th. By quoting a portion; of his letter we will let our readers have a peep at a few things as they impressed him. He says: It may afford you interest to tell you about a visit I made to the Pope's Private Chapel, on the occasion of saying of Mass for the repose of the souls of deceased _(_Jardinals. But, how absurd, as well as unseriptural, does this expression seem! Mass lor the souls of deceased Cardinals ! Doubtless some of the dead Cardinals need the _prcyers of living saints, quite asmuch as the deceased of the laity, but still i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 22 February 1862

EASTERN SUMMARY BOSTON AND NEW-ENGLAND. The Law S _. chool at Harvard College, has been considerably affected by the state of the times. A considerable number of students is usually in attendance from the Southern' and Western States, but their places are now vacant. Sometime ago the system of persecution inflicted on Freshmen in some Colleges, by the other classes , was in full and formidable operation at Harvard. But President Felton in his last report says that this bo minable practice has been almost entirely suppressed, and that the most watchful and strenuous efforts will continue to be put forth to punish in a most exemplary manner all participators in such gross outrages.-This is right. No College that permits the existence of such a state of things should receive either the sons or the money of the public. We understand that this practice is slowly growing up in some Western Colleges. Let the authorites suppress it at once, if they worJd not lose the patronage of al...

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