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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

PER _SONAL thorplJi * _^Jle -M _' 1I» _^ef command of _vrenerai m the rebel service _sstsssagg

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

;. _^- Mmimwrtiu_^_jfr;°&j!_&<x <*« " _xtsht f to«*« _^Weft's ilco_?ttf_^ottt,a«d £>ftjp«ttfc ._ftittni, a« ,Jor _yearly all, _©_fflttn tn6_ifiri|_iw» _«ew:_ft«t)e _ttrtr_/_pttper* <^««_#t to _«h»» S-_^_W*rt_»_%(t.i<_nff«larl3ftentgti« maehinel wlHch_, fatten •on _^w_%_itemw|in -a small _colored _^addrtss stampor Ub_^m _a_^ £_wmr» th_^ riimt j_?UiM_$pHnt_^_Jdlmo ed tittkadatiupto'whieKthtfhavtpaid for their papers—this being authorized by an Act of Congress.„ The date wtlV "jMVayrUTUtSiimd _d* the receipt of subscription money in exact accordance with the amount so received, ana thus b&anever-rcidijandvaKd receipt; securing to everyone, and at all times, a perfect knowledge of his newspaper ocaouni,so tti&i'if any error is made, he can immediately de--4eeVLitandh«ve it eorreettd—a boon alike valuable to the " publisher and subscriberas it must terminate all painful _mtsvndetititn&ilm* between, them respecti...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

( JBeF. E. _flenry, feeling unable with his present state of health to supply so large, laborious, and Interesting a field, has changed his address from Dillsborough, Ind./to St. Charles, Butler County, Ohio. JlIn leaving this field, he would say to any tjrpther who _wishes to do service for his Master, that in the congregations of Hopewell, . _Versailles, and vicinity, there isS! an _interesting and important field of usefulness, which ought .immediately to be occupied. There are good people in the field, who (i will gladl y cooperate with them in this gopd w_,ork of building up the Redeemer's kingdom.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

StiMiag np the People.—The Presbyterian learns, on what it regards as reliable authority, that a certain clique of Presbyterian _ministers in Kentucky are exerting their influence to sow dissenfcion among the _churches, and transfer them to the Southerji Presbyterian body. Those ministers w . h"o are- Secessionists at heart, may transfer their personal relations without objection, but their meddling with the churches, shows a bad spirit. To produce dissatisfaction and stir up strife among the people of God, is impious. ,: m ¦ „ '

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

v Western Theological Seminarj.—The Profepsoq3 and students assembled in > the chapel, last _Saturday morning, when, after appropriate introductory services, Washington's'Farewell Address was read by Prof. Willson. i f _> r •

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

'McTeytOWB, Pa.—This church, under the pastoral care of Rev. David D. Clarke, D.D., is, -we learn, enjoying a gracious visitation. About fifty persons express a hope, in the exercise-of a first love. Many others, lare _serious inqdir&ra.i

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

TEN CENT STAMPS Our friends will please not send us these, nor any of the large stamps., We cannot use them, and our Postmaster will not exchange for them. Send otily three cent ' _awrf'ONE cent stamps.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

The Battle at Ft. Donelson. "Fott _Douelaon proved <fcp be a. much stronger ami more extensive work than was expected by our Generals, and was defended by a larger army. The fighting on the 13th was more in the eharaoter of reconnoigances than of a aeinouaassault. Our Orene_*alf were examimog into the position and strength of their foe. But one of the gunboats had Arrived, and that one not till late in the day. It then threw a few shells at the water battery. The night was extremely unpleasant, with rain and snow , arid our troops being utterly without shelter, _suffered greatly. " Friday was extremely cold. Our troops had found the enemy's fortification to be some six miles in extent, but had not found the parts where they might be assailed with the best prospect of success, There was very little done by the land forees this day. The reinforcements which had arrived by the river, were, landed and arranged. The gunboats, six in number, having arrived , engaged the water b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

Her Majesty willingly appreciates the loyalty and patriotism which have been manifested on this occasion by Her Majesty' s, North American subjects. * . . .__ :.. ' .:'.' ' ,.;._;..; The wrongs committed by various parties and by successive governments in Mexico upon _for-i eigners; resident within the Mexican Territory, and for which no satisfactory redress could be obtained, have'led to the conclusion, of a Convention between Her Majesty, the Emperor of the French and the Queen of Spain, for the purpose of regulating combined operations on the coast of Mexico, with aview to obtain that redress which has hitherto been withheld. That Convention and papers relating to that subject will be laid before; youi 'hi.1 J . ' ¦ . "¦" . I .; ¦ _' •; ' ,. The improvement which has taken place in the relations between Her Majesty's Government and that of the Emperor of China,,and tho good faith with' which the Chinese Government have continued to fulfill the arrangements of the treaty of Ti...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

'. _GTJHC_3E .. ' : ' _- ¦ . ' ¦ ' ; W— - ' a!' . .. " ' ¦ ¦ ;. ' . ; . ' .! WEEKLY NEWSPAPEB_, Published at DPIT-TSBXTmGttl _^ _^PJk.-, ' ¦: ¦• ¦ ¦ ¦ ; '' , ¦ ' ¦ THISIS-A MME BELIGIOUSIEWSPAPEB PRINTED ON EXCELLENT PAPER, ¦ ' * ANDnr S XJ PI E IO R _STYLE . _, ,. IT CONTAINS ' " ;_; ;; xaiJtbviciiM on all Q»e leading topics of Hie day, both Religions and Secular. All the various subjects that present _themsalves for eonsideratioh. and that are worthy the _rttenttoa of intelligent and Christian people, are discussed from the Christian stand-point, and in the comprehensive spirit of Christian ;barity and enlarged benevolence. From the beginning of our present National troubles, fld« paper, while allying itself with' no political party, has taken _tiigh and fearless ground in fevor of the Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, and of the preservation of »ie integrity of tae Union. Its utterances have been «rns md deeded, and they will continue to be such until tho ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

.;;; ' ; " ; _"' ;_-;/ L _^"light. ¦ ?;. _" : ' ;¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦' ¦ ' ¦ . Carbon Oil is now the:great illuminator. J_* is to be obtained, in a multitude of places, and especially of an excellent quality, at the store of W.; Mackeown, 167 Liberty Street.. See advertisement. ' : ' ¦• ' ¦; . ' ¦ . ;¦ _^ * ;-.;; .. ¦ .; ¦ ¦ . ,-. ¦ ¦ ¦: ¦ ' ¦• ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦¦• • -. _- ._o> _;uairo..' _^' .:.: .; ],¦ . • _« - . - . _- .,. ' .,. _Caibo, Feb. 25.—There were only three thousand rebel troops at New Madrid, under Colonel Gunter. Earthworks have been erected a short distance below New Madrid. Jeff. Thompson held no command there. - ' ,.. ..-.., - ; . On Sunday evening last thirteen steamboats landed a strong force of federal troops at Commerce, a few miles above Cairo, whose destination was supposed to be some point in Arkansas._^-: • •¦ . . ¦ : - ¦ • ¦ ¦ : / ¦; ,../: ¦;¦ : - :_• ¦ . 7.,-. • ¦" ¦ ¦ ¦ The House .amended the bill so as to reduce the. number of cavalry regiments to forty i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

' " ' ¦ The C&le\_0aMxm.. '*' Z / _^ Saturday, Feb. 22d, the anniversary of the birth of Washington/and the day set apart for _" rejoicing on . account of our resent _victprips, was observed, in Pittsburgh, with many patriotic demonstrations. The weather was pleasant, the people cheerful, and everything passed off delightfully. The part taken by the Public Schools was one of the pleasant and important features of the day. In Pittsburgh three points were fixed; where the pupils/ led by their teachers, assembled. At each of these Washington's Farewell Address was read, and an oration _delivered, and J5aiL Columbia and other patriotic songs sung, the children joining in the glee. The Allegheny and Manchester schools united and had similar exercies. At this union Rev. Dr. Pressley opened the proceedings _vrithi prayer, and closed them with the benediction. _^ Impressions were made -which wjlj doubtless be enduring as life. It will be strange if any boy or girl, of the thou...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

dflreip _jfcfc \Thss¦ ' _ffiapkra , _fwm Liverpool on the 8th; via Qoeeaertown «a tie _Sth inst., has arrived. In _tbe British Parliament six sets of parlianrent»Ty papers <?oocerning the civil war_t! iri _Aeaerie * kad _beea. presented; Not less than forty-five bfiei&l communications passed between the Cabinet and the various officers of the. Goy_* ernmeat rel*tive fco the menacing position of the guob' o«i'y _Tu&emriir>s. «_n.d the pirate Washville. '"' _Both Houses <s€ _Parliament voted uhariimbusly an Address to tfa« Queen, in response to the speech from the _tirone. • _<.. .!¦:,¦/:¦:. . ¦: fh_\W:.. The opposition _approved of the Government's coarse in the Trent aMair. [f _' • ; ' Lord Paimerston *onounbed tha| the Government vroulAraaiatain a strict neutrality. ' ' The iron-«l*d steamer TFamor'« passage to Lisfaoa has beea a _failtire, the steamer riot minding her _iielxa. .. , •¦ ¦¦ ;,_^ ' . _-:: ¦ .. ¦ ,,:•..;/ * ;..-;.-;v ' ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

. :¦_';• - .. ¦ Missouri. ¦ ; , -. :, s • _,¦¦; ••¦ Gen. Curtis has pursued* Price into Arkansas. Gen. Price being reinforced'by McCulloch'scom- - ¦ mand, made a stand at Sugar Creek'Crossing, Arkansas, on the 191% but was defeated, after a short engagement, and again fled. Mapy prisoners were taken, and a'quantity_^ of arms, which his men threw 'away iii their flight. Curtis has occupied Bentonville._' St. Louis, _Jpeb. 20.-—Gen, _Haljeck has issued .[ an order, that in consideration of the recent victories won by the Federal forces, and of the rap- ; idly increasing loyalty of "the citizens of Mis- i _souri, the sentence of the eight bridge-burners heretofore sentenced to;death, are provisionally ; mitigated to close confinement in the military prison at Alton. If, however_^ r ebel spies _attain i destroy the railroads and telegrap h lines, and ; thus render it necessary to make severe exam- ' •; pies, the original sentences against these men will be carried into execution., j _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

§TOOT [_Announcesients, Gratis ; Additional _Bkmakss, 7iyi _Ckhts a Link, Eight Words _BBtaa a Line.] , DIED—January 26th, of diptheria, JAMES, aged 2 years; and on February 7th, o | diphtheria, JOHN, aged 7 years; children of A. and IS. Elliott, of Sewickley Township, Westmoreland County, Pa. *" ; " DIED—In Camp Pierpont, on the 5th inst., of typhoid fever, RICHARD JACK, son of Mrs. Sarah M. Jack.; of Unity Tp., Westmoreland Co., in the 22d year of his age. DIED—IriEast Liverppol, on Sabbath, the 9th of February, of %phoid fever, Mrs. HARRIET NEWEL ORR_; daughter of Rev. John Moore, of Plainfield; Ohio. . • A -• At an early age she connected herself with the church of Yellow Creek, then under the pastoral care of her father, and at the time of her death was! a member * of the Presbyterian church of Uhricksville_; Ohio. She left a bereaved husband and two little children to mourn their loss; but it is believed that her's is an infinite gain. DIED—On Saturday, evening, Februa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

ATTENTION COMPANY! •_r_~ ' ; _Yslnnteers who expect to retain their health unimpaired during the campaign, must see to it themaelTea; do not trust to the Army _Snrgeans; supply yourselves with HOLLOWAY'S PILLS AND OINTMENT. _Brery Bnglish Soldier's knapsack 1 contains them. Only 25 cents per box or pot. . . _.„ ¦ •. nwrl-lt • ' " -? • - [212] _ • ¦ ¦¦ _. , - . .:_;"" THE PWGRAPE TINES FOR ' -¦¦¦ / 180, AT LOW _BATJES. DEIiAWAltis..._i..;.;..._»....U;....;;..:j....i.i.._^._^..;. .80 each. " « . Strong.................... $1.00 • ««¦• CONCORD, Large......... ................................ SO « _HAETJORD _HROLllIC_, Extra Large 50 « DIANA, REBECCA, AJSNA, &C 40 « Our entire stock was ' propagated from ' : ' G. W. GRANT'S IOWA.TINESand fruited in the _Nursery Qrbiinds last Summer. _PurchaRers may rely on procuring Genuine Vines All sent out frem Sewickley Nurseries are warranted true to name;;; ; T. L. _SHIELDS &CO, JAMES _WARBSOP, Agent. marl-4t A VAI_.17ABL.E STO...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

P«_fe. 30.—The President's son ; WilHam, ¦ aged .len«r _e&ewn yearsdied this evening, of pneu-¦moiiia- f&e other .child is recovering. * . ',.'....•. ; <M«aeS Garfield, of the 42d Ohio, _wasj some ¦d ays ago, _moriiiriated a Brigadier General. His iname ¦_caae before the Senate r on, Wednesday, nrfeea the._appointment was promptly confirmed. As _seaisr Colonel of the 18th brigade, entrusted Tv-iih _ibe w_«rk aforesaid by General Buell, he has _>beem fraetScally the commander of a brigade for _rsoBfte time_^_ast. : ' '' ' ... ' . ',. ' _^ ' ., ' .. _Felb._\21at—Col. Richardson, from the House Military " Ownmittee,; id1 preparing" a bill to effect /the _iffl«are€ration of and refusal to exchange all _ipersons win® have taken the oath to support the •_CangtiUiti_^a. of the United States as Senators, Membere ,«e£ CongresSj _^oreiga, Ministers^; and .¦ail who _have been in the regular army or navy, _atid who _Imwe accepted office, either'_civil or mildfcar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

By Rev. T. R. Crawford, January 1st, Mr: David Robison' to- Missi MABYi MoMii.i.EN, of Moorefield, Ohio. ; "January 15th; Mr. R. D. M'Ciuno, of ,Frarikfoi_*fc SpringSi Pa., to Miss Mast lit ,Titus, of jCassyille, Ohio. _January 23d, Mr. James Latham to _^^ _WtisfNANOT _Quiiien, of Freepbrt,1 OhioV 'February 13th, Mr. Robebt Moore, of Franklin County, Ohio, to Miss Je " _nnt C. Logan, of Moorefield, Ohio. By Rev. G; W.Shaiffer, on February 6th, Mr. S.B.TatIiOB, " of Centre County, to Miss Jenny Shavee, of Mt. Union. On February 19th, Mr. Felix Nob_^on,i} of .. Newton Hamilton, to Miss Saeah C. _Shateffek, of Germariy Valley. ' On February 20th > *Mn Geokqe _ATkiNsbjf, p£Burnt. Cabins, ;to: _Miss'/EM,EN Ann Pbiob_; of Scbtts-.yille. ' ¦ . ;_, ;; -- v. ! ' . -/¦ . _- ,..; " ' c:: , :¦¦: - • . ¦ .. .:. __ ¦ ;_,;-..' " ;¦ . ¦ ¦ " . ¦¦ By Rev. David Grier, on Tuesday, Jariuaryr _^Sthjiattheiresidenceiof Mr. Levi_=(tregp, Mount Rook_^ Cumberlandv Countyji _Patjiljir. ; Jacob, Hab_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

_GoYernment and the Telegraph. Wax. Depabtment, Washington, D. C, \ V February 25,1862. , / •Gmikred ; Mrst—-Qn and after the 26_ih day of _iWw_«H*ry, the President, by virtue of an act of •Cbi' _gpess, takes military possession of all the telegraph lines in the United States. JSeeend—^All telegraphic- communication, in fe' gwp<& fa military operations not expressly authorized %¦ the War Department, the General com-¦_mamffimg_^ br the Generals commanding armies in the _ifieSd, in the several departments, are absolutely forbidden. , T - .. • TKmi—All riewspap 'ers, publishing military news, (kowever obtained, and by whatever mediium ir«oeived, riot authorized by the official authwsitf mentioned in the preceding-paragraph, twili fee excluded,thereafter from receiving in-¦fotnKBitiDn by telegraph, or from transmitting itheiT pipers by railroads. WsmAk—Edward S. Sanford is made military _^_suf_»«_r_<_vRSor of telegraphic messages • throughout ¦the Waited States...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

Efficiency of the Blockade. The idea expressed by larl Russel,; and other foreigners, _^British and French , thai our blockade of ifie Southern ports is not effective, is rather ludicrous. If not effective, why is cotton f kept back, sq that scarely a bale gets -to _nmarket. If there was no blockade, cotton would be almost as cheap in England as iii Mew-Orleans—only a &alfipenny to a .penny* difference—biit now it is three times the price. All foreign productions also would be very nearly the same price in Southern ports as in Northern ; but now they are two times, five times, and in some cases, ten times as dear. Truly the blockade, though a small craft does sometimes escape, is very effective. The South feels it to be so; and'the English and French, sensibilities also bear a _tefctitriotjy.( .._< „«_, /» I.«

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