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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_^^H_^^^^Hfil Banner and Advocate dates _fm_^^_Mnfant Baptism.—No 3. J||^^H p preceding . we have shown _^^^^Kbaptism of infants from the _H_^^^P age. Let us now see if it was _^^^^Bioned by the practice of the Apos-^^^^Heelves. This, we doubt not) can be _^^^^_B appear from the record of their _^^^^Bod sayings, from the instructions _^^^H fived from the Saviour, and from ^^^^¦tfect comprehension of the essential _^^^K _d the Church of God under all these _^^H FAMILY BAPTISMS. _^^^^mbiNGs of holy men are re-^^^Htiefl y in the " _Aots of the Apostles." _^^I_^_Bp ired book gives us a brief history ¦ _^Khurch, from A. D. 33 to A. D. 63. _^^^Bthose thirty years, many thousands ^^¦ |B must have submitted baptism. _^^^_Ht many of these are named or in-^^^^Hf specified in the Aots of the H_^^Hk There are the EthiopEunuch, _^^^^Ktgus, Saul of Tarsus, Cornelius, _^^^Hp the Jailer Philippi—six. To _f_^^^^E_0 _™? add _Crispus of Corin th} for _j_^^^^B historian, tells us that " Crispu...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Referring to the possible _Dkruftion of f he Chtjroh,of England, it certainly looks somewhat more feasible than I ever considered it before. Not' that the Evangelicals liave any desire to become a " Free Church of England." Why, they are allEra_^tiansj If only the State will continue to smile on febem. They are now jubilant exceedingly, by reason of the recent Ecclesiastical appointments, and will hold all the more' closely to their hearts, the Church of England. But there are powerful influences at work _> whioh may, ere .long, drive out , or -else win over to Rome, a considerable portion of the Trac tarian clergy and laity. The first is the increasing fraternization with Dissenters by the Evangelicals, and the "no quarter'* -which, at united meetings, Such as those Of Exeter Hall, the Low Church bishops and ¦ _felergy give to the _Traetarians. _^ n With What disgust: _mustr the latter hear of ! the Bishop of _j Rupert? s Land, at the Bible1 meeting, _talking about "his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

_: From our London Correspondent May Meeting! Continued—The Church and Wes' ley an Missionary Societies—M?. Oaken in Get: .; many—The Sunday School Union—The Queen's Speech_^ and the New ' Parliament^—The Grand Duke Gonstantine—The Czar and the 'Bibli Society-r-AnniveTsary, qff, ihtxIioUtr—The Bishop of London_'s Speech—-Mis, attitude toward the Traciariam—-Their alarm arid anger—The Union Newspaper and its Designs—-Probable Disrup : _tion, and its Causes—Convocation, and the Bishop op Ozford-rStruggk- of Church ' Parties —The Evangelical Alliance—-The .King of _Prus _isia and Religious Liberty—Postscri pt. _= _LONDON, May 15,1857. >. Another week of the f*May Meetings" has passed away, and ajfresh one has begun to run its course. Those of the past week have been.generally of a highly interesting character. ' The Church _Missionary Society held its Mfty-Eighth Anniversary, and reported a revenue for the year of £123,174:. Be_^ sides this, a friend of the Society had made ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Narrative of the State of Religion in the Presbyterian Church in the united States. : ; The General Assembly of the Presbyterian Church in the United States, met in Lexington, Kentucky, to; all under its care and supervision, greeting:, * ; Of thie one hundred and fifty Presbyteries in • organic connexion with this General Assembly, and entitled to representation in its councils, one hundred and ten. have furnished accounts, more or less full, and specific, of the progress of their, work during the year closing with'their Spring meeting, and of the prospects with which they enter upon another year of labor for God and humanity. These reports have been submitted to careful examination, and the aggregated results are hereby sent back along the line of the widening battle-field. The pulsations of spiritual life are here felt flowing in from all! parts of .this wide land, and from distant continents. Nationalities and races widely diverse are here represented, and the. strong symp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

,__IH ADVANCE. _Wpal iflttrg '^Mm: I am Weary. • : _jS_^B_^Weary of the earth, ^|m joys are little worth ; ijjifll_^Bf can never fill the mind, _jjPHMtt broken spirit bind. ¦'' ¦ ' : _wBk • - ¦ _" /,|«MMreary of the cares, JiflBfU thoughts, and anxious fears, ,'f _^^HH _pnvade my troubled breast, _-'Jj_^Bmy peace, and break my rest. I'._^m_^_Kwenrj of the pain s i_^^^^^Hk this mortal frame sustains ; li_^^Hp; and strengthhow sweet they are I ; fi_^^^Bihall I these comforts share ? f_^^E _''M_^^^n»ry of my sin—U_^^^^B turn my eyes within, _,|§|^Hpl folly 's all I see, 'li_^^^B|t e'er be thus with me ? J_^^^^K reary—let me 'j_^^^B_| the living pastures grow ; *j_^^^^K within that heavenly home,, I_^^^^^H_^id sorrows never come. j_^^_KT ;^^^Hf*re fals e, deceitful friends, _a_^^^^ _wtheir friendship never ends; _^^^^^Bur bid my spirit come, _^^H_^Kpeary—take me home.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

The General Assembly for 1857 The ' maml meetings of the General " assembly result Si great benefits. One object in view is theiexercise of government, thus promoting the Church's purity, and keeping up her order and orthodoxy.; .perpetuating her, and presenting her to the world , a glorious Churoh. Another object is, by wise counsels, to inaugurate, and keep in use, and enlarge and invigorate plans for increasing the number of her converts, and for extending ler boundaries. These are the things directly aimed at. These compose the Assembly's work. And ffreat henefit.s result. But_> there are still other benefits. The Assemblyf is composed of representatives from Presbyteries in all the land, from Maine to California. The attending members change almost entirely, every year. Thus all ministers, and many elders, have the opportunity of attending once, and some of them often, during life. Here, then, especially among the ministerial representatives, are re-unions of nei...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Eastern . BOSTON AND NEpENGrLANlJ. * 1 _Govebnok _GabdneiI has declined to remove Judge Lowring, on account of his connexion with the Anthony _Buris case' , accordiffgfto the " recommendation of the Legislature of Massachusetts_^ The Massachusetts Sabbath School Society held its 26th anniversary on the 28th ult., in the Tremont Temple_^ Thi s _s Society_? has; been firom the beginning, ' exceedingly prosperous. The sales of last year have exceeded those of any previous year, by $5,000., i During ihe _samftitimeSl new,;_publicationsj amounting Io 6_^648 pages, have been issued. The whole number of the Society's "publications, ""'is 1,200, " of which; 792 are bound Library Books, 72 Question Books _t and 6 Hymn and Music Books.v -A large number of the publications of this Society ate always on hand, at the Presbyterian Book Rooms, oh St. Clalr Street_^, Pittsbureh. ; ' "; _' : ' " "v: " ' ' ' ; '; ' _' " ¦ . " ' '' A meeting m behalf of the American Boabi) , OF COMMISSIONEBS F...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Movement Toward a New General Assembly. In another column, we place the action of our New SbhooLbrethren, in their Assembly at Cleveland / on the subject of slavery. Just before going to press,,we received , by the Cincinnati Gazette , the Address of the Southern members of that body. It is moderate in language, but firm ; evincing much deliberate determination. Possibly a disruption may not be consummated, though at present it appears inevitable. We give an extract from the paper. It will be seen that the movers for a new Assembly contemplate the thought as probable, that it will embrace churches in the North. They design the formation of a Church which will not agitate _; the fsubject of slavery in the higher Courts_^ unless in hearing cases which shall come up by appeal. The Address says: . _• . ¦ - . "• _. _v.; ¦ ¦!¦* ;. : < " Apart, therefore, from the disastrous consequences resulting from the agitation of the subject of Slavery in the G-eneral Assembly, destroyin...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

For. the Presbyterian Banner ana Advocate. Appreciation of the Late Eev. S. Hume ; " ' ' ,. / / VSnaith, _" .; ;_, ' ._/ . . By the Session and Congregation _ofJBopewell Church. The Session met on the 23d i nst., at 1 o'clock P. M., and was constituted with prayer, by Eev. J. A. Devihe;"of tiie _Baltimorei Presbytery, Mod-1 erator. :v '_";' ' '" _- _" ; '': , "' ::i ; ' ' ': ¦ ¦ ' . *: _' : On motion of Andrew Anderson, seconded by Robert Wilson, the following resolutions were adopted: . .. ., . ¦ . ¦; : Resolved, That the Session of this church , on behalf of the congregationtake this opportunity of recording_^ ih a spirit of "devout humiliation before God-, their deep sense of the melanchol y bereavement which this congregation has sustained, in the removal from their midst, by death, of their beloved and universally esteemed pastor, "Rev. R. Himiie Smith'1 ;j-_» ' , • .-. ¦ >... ! Resolved, That they record_^ with ' gra ' _titudei their sense of Divine goodness, in ble...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

WtT the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. A IJew Church Organized. El Paso, Woodfobd Go., III.- , - -} _«JwM"2#,' ''1857_t j Rev. D. _^McKjnney-—Dear Sir: On Monday, the 11th of last month, Rev. Wm. T. Adaihs, of Washington, and Rev. _E. _N. Bwing, of Bloomihgton, appeared _heie as a committee appointed, By the Peoria Presbytery, to organize a Presbyterian _^church, which was;; done with seven members. _Messrsl Adams and Ewing being members of Committee on Missions, appointed Rev. J. C Mahan, of Lexington, 111., to preach liflrfi ilirt -rnn-rf,!) nf _Tiis _tiTOA. "" " . _GodJ in his providence , has planted " a little church , where, in last September_^ it w_!as all open prairie. Now, there are about thirty Buildings, and many more will be built soon. It is a central point for trade. Here , the Eastern extension of the Peoria and Oquawka Railroad crosses the Illinois Central, and is in operation to the Chicago _ind Mississippi Railroad. ' . " ' ; J The surrounding country is' de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Ecclesiastical. Rev. James A. Devine has received a call to become the pastor of the church of Hopewell , Xork County, Pa. Mr. R. B. Abbot was ordained as an Evangelist, by the Presbytery of White Water, at its late meeting. Rev. Hezekiah Hanson was installed pas-¦ _* tor of the Oquawka church, 111., on the 5th ult. Rev. I. _N' . Cahdee, D.D. preached the sermon and presided , Rev. J. C Kin_°_- gave the charge to the -people, and Rev! W. Townley to the ' pastor. ' '• ' ' " Rev. C. Forbes' Post Office address8 ?^ changed from Swan, Noble County,,_In diana, to Kendallville , Noble County j Indi ana. Mr. A. Small has been ordained and in-^n1 "?* vf ¥_berty Hm _dmwh, toouth Carolina , by the Presbytery of _Hari mony. . Rev A. _FAiaBAffiN 'sPost Office address is changed from Houston ,. Texas, to San5 Rosa, Sonoma_.County; California. ' Rev. Wilkam C.- Moshee , late of-Stock ton , palifornm,thaving accePted 'a fin t supply the First ftAvtar&n nt_»_Sf * ? The_^_paston,! rela...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

The Eresbytenan Annuity uompany. We cheerfully give place to the following Circular.' The Institution we regard as an admirable one. It has been to us a great wonder why many ministers did not embrace it under its former features_; but now, under its new arid increased facilities for accommodating them, we shall be more surprised still, if increasing numbers do not avail themselves of means so easy of use, so safe, and so effectual for making provision for the wants of advancing years. .. ....... . Phtladecphia, May 22d, 1857. Sib:—For some time past it .has been generally desired, by those interested, that a change should be made in the name of " The Corporation forrelief of poor and distressed Presbyterian Ministers, and of the poor and distressed widows and children of Presbyterian Ministers." In conformity to this desire, the Corporation instituted the legal proceedings necessary to effect the object, and I hereby announce that our Corporate title has been altered to that of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Mb. Samuel J. _Wilson, Professor elect in the Western Theological Seminary, is a licentiate of the Presbytery of Washington, and not of Ohio, as stated last week. An _Oppobtunity.—The attention of the enterprising is invited to the article in another column.leaded," A Teacher Wanted." The matter ' seems to be worth looking after. _Acknowledgment.—We have received through the Post Office, from an " Unknown Friend," sixty-three dollars " for North American Indian Mission," and paid the same over to the Foreign Board. Narrative of the State of Religion. —This interesting document of the Assembly, is ok our first page, and claims attention. A; vote was passed, requesting all Pastors and Supplies to read it to their congregations.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

New School Assembly. _, This body adjourned, ? at Cleveland; on the evening of the 3d inst., after a session of twelve days. The meeting seems,! from published reports, to have been characterized by the display of much good feeling_^ in the mids t of very exciting debate. It is delightful to see a large concourse of men, ardently engaged in determining questions in which they differ,, and at the same timet observing a ll the ' proprieties and courtesies of the best cultivated society. . , Such" may be expected in a Christian deliberative body; and still it demands a record_^ ' ' Some of the more prominent matters of business, we note very briefly. THE HOME MISSIONARY SOCIETY. The New: < School and the Congregationalists , have always been united in prosecuting Home Missions. Within1 the last few years ' ,' however, their operations have not been very harmonious. Denommationalism h&i been on its' " growth, on _TjotH_^_Bides_1 ; * and_^ the'_^_reiblution J>fs...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

I_^^K :J_^^^^_IK The AffOTi*'ly should' avoid'th_* elective afftniijS_^^HKand _atrifie ' y tti6 _territorial. He moved that _"_^^_raji.. Report bo recommitted with _instructions _r_^^_HHHHttomicatious 'to the "terrStKjrM limits whldh .._tt_^_HBIHAaer_^a as reasonably _*bt*onging to the Imati-: _BglJ_^_Mte agreed _vfith the _principle laiddown as n ' _feflBI_^^^Knot with to trespass upon others. The only _a_^ _ffltS_^^BI _rcspiiss was in the -uominati 5ti of .(Dick-Ta_^l_^^^Hk only recently removed from the territory o1 _Tffigj_^^^Hjii nary, to _Baltimore, and wished to remain _JjjbII_^^^_Kb. _Mercersbmrg and L< _wistaim wans nearer «!*AI_^^^Hpan 1o Princeton . Hocheater, _,in the North, !_j£§9_^^^HPNstward, rather than _Eastward. He thought _n _SS_^^^HraaresEonaDle. _^B_^^^_VUarliele Presbytery, thought that Presbytery J|^^^^B_*i«rivinc; Its supply of minlrt«rB more from -S n_^^^^Hmtiarjr 'ttian ff _>m any 's it-sent its "U_^^^^^_HPty tt Canonsbnrg and Washington Gol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

dying hoar; yet the Balm of Gilead, and the great Physician seem quite to have extracted the monster sting. The pow« crful philosophy of a faith. " the substance of thlpn hoped for, and the evidence of things not seen," originated great calmness of spirit, as he entered tbe dark valley—put him, in the passage, directly under the guidance of Israel's 8bepherd—enabled him to stand, with unfaltering heart, on the brink of Jordan, and launch upon Its stormy surges, cheered by the blessed hope of a glorious immortality, on the shores of the heavenly Canaan. J. S. Died—At her residence, in _Muskingum County, Ohio, Mrs. Priscilla Cooper, aged 64 years. The deceased was born in Allegheny County, P>., in the year 1796, where she lived till 1818, when she was married to Wm. Cooper, and removed to _Muskingnm County, Ohio. She first united with the Associate Reformed Church, in the year 1815, near to her paternal home, under the pastoral care of Rev. Mathew Henderson; and in 1819, wi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

dbiira ' Died—At . Tribes HillN. Y.May 26th, Carolinjsinfint daughter of Cyrus and Elizabeth Holly, aged about 4% months. '_:••¦ W.J._?M»C. Diid—On the 29th of May, in Birmingham, Pa., Thomas M._Owbkb_,aged70years. - t ; •;-,• ; >; ; Mr. Owens had been a consistent member of the Church for _several years. An afflicted family, and a large circle of relatives, feel and.mourn their loss; but "sorrow not as those who have no hope." r ., * Died—In Baldwin Township, Allegheny County, April 9th, Mrs. Elizabeth Stbwakt, wife of the late George Stewart, in the 84th year of her age. _; '; : Mrs. Stewart, as a professed member " of the Church of Jesus Christ, had long maintained an exemplary and consistent life; and although for several years previous to her demise/ she was deprived of. the privilege of those who take sweet council, and go together to the h_^_use of Gi d, yet she geemed to enjoy, In a good degree, the benefits of a _savfng faith in the Redeemer. She trusted in him...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

||VGH BEIIABR'S WORKS THE NEW VOLUME. This Day Published, tmt TESTIMONY OF THE ROOKS; ... ..:. ,-OS- . •... THE BEARINGS OP GEOLOGY ON THE TWO THEOLOGIES, NATURAL AND RE VEALED. _, With one hundred and fifty-two Illustrations. To which is prefixed Memorials of the Authorembracing a minute and authentic account bf his death, With other _matters. 1 vol., 12mo. pp. 516. doth, $1.25. CONTENTS. Lecture 1. The Palteontological History of Plants. 2. The Palaeontologies! History of Animals. . 3. The Two Becorda, Mosaic and Geological. 4. The Mosaic Vision of Creation. ¦ 6. Bearing of Geology on the Two Theologies, * c., -¦ '¦ Parti. ' - : " ¦ :• ¦ ¦ ..,.; 6. _Bearing of Geology, &c. Part H. 7. Tbe Noachian Deluge, Part I. 8. The Noachian Deluge, Part n. _" , 9. Tbe Discoverable and the Revealed. 10. Geology of the Anti-Geologists. .: 11. Recent _dossil Plants of Scotland, Part 1. 12. Recent Fossil Plants, &c, Part II. New editions of the following Works by the same Aut...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

Washington. A terrible riot occurred at Washington, D. C, at the late election, on June 1. A band of rowdies, with the characteristic name, " Plug Uglies," went from Baltimore, and endeavored to prevent naturalized foreigners from voting, using; great violence. The civil authorities called upon the President, and he authorized the employment: of a company of marines. The rioters obtained a small cannon, but the marines; charged upon them, captured their gun, and routed them. Eight persons were killed, and thirty wounded_. Some innocent citizens, whose curiosity had impelled them to the place of danger, suffered with the guilty. Rioting should be put down promptly. Interference with the free and righteous use of the ballot, should be resisted with energy, at whatever cost j whether that interference be on the part of rowdies fronv without, or from the corruption of the officers within. The perpetuity of a Eepublic depends upon the preservation of entire freedom in the use of the ...

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