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

_CBBTTRAIr ACADXKYi AT AIRY _^l% Tuscarora Valley, Jnniata County, Pa_~ one-fot»JI a mile from tb* Perrysyme _SUtion of PeSsylTSBi* >* orT t_^a _^f _tB _^_L! meoiamvaei> _^ v*_au, **% 2: _4P~^ wnoie expense per session of twenty-*** * _, for Board, Room, Tuition, Washing and Incidentals ,_^, W _apie one-calf in advance. ¦¦ . ¦ > *&~ See Circulars. _?, . _, ,,t ' . " ftAVTD WILSON. _aele_^ iffi. S_2_S_^P_^ <****_rll 400 additional «WJi _S« »_T_*i !® W * llc!WC '»> &oatha _nnmeronspublic*^ ySl"^^*_-_*:_*0 ***'**^ -*«*¦¦ _* l_?nSl.S_^_S iitogtlle BaoscrilM 'r - Money may ^^ _A_^ _g _. ^^^0_^ _^^ u_^

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

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Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

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Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 June 1857

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Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

From, our London Correspondent. The Dissolution of Convocation—Its Constitution and Aims, as Contrasted with Presbyterian Church Courts—The United PresbyterianJSynod at Edin burgh—Its Leading Features—Proposal for Union —Free Church Difficulties Thereon-—The Continentand Evangelization- The Apocryphal Question in Germany — The Bishop of London —The Crosses and the Stone Altar—The Special Features of the City Mission—The Tract Society, and the London Missionary Societies—Mr, Ellis and Dr. Livingston at Exeter Uall: _London, May 19,1857. The Convocation which met so recently, and gave some promise of continuance—the Bishop of Oxford proposing to discuss questions and come to conclusions which ought to be canons , even though the State might refuse to make them so—has been adjourned for a week, and will be dissolved, two days hence, without any business being done I And so ends the latest attempt at the revival of %hat_^is; irif the- present 5 clay, the symbol of High 'Churehism, a...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

i a&aS_^_ttiM0 •• _; .• ;/:. ¦ ;¦:¦! / - ,' ¦ .. ^¦ _' ¦M ¦ ¦ .. ..lit ••:!¦¦ ,:; ; : ? An ttni-obgi_^ing temper a dreadful mark of an unfofgiveri persbn,r—Mdvel_, °" . G_^STisEMiiNTS_^Thpse_, are happy chas- _~ tisements, that Hinder us in a sinful way and effectually bring us to our duty. s Eterni?P3E! !—Whb cah'_nieasure eternity ? If a bird were to come once in , a thousand years from a distant) .star,, and carry, away one drop of'water Until the whole ocean was _empfy/e_¥en then eternity would be but just ibegun;-: _" _i ' ¦ '¦ ¦ -¦ ¦ • ' < '¦ ¦¦ ¦ - . ' ¦-"< "¦ ' -\ -¦'; :" •" a: GHAMTY.—-It is a fault too common auurag good people, to entertain suspicioris of others beyond-what* there is just cause for. ¦ , _Weihaye; often found More of I virtue, honor, and conscience, in some , ipeople than _we _fb pught they pressed—and it ought to be a pleasure to us,to be thus disappoint ed. Charity teaches tb hope the best. : s '! __ _Foily of .jao ' _yiTOTJSN...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner ana Advocate. Enthusiasm—All Help. Mb. Editor :—The following incident has been cut from an old No. of the New York Observerand _thinkiag ; it worthy of preservation, and even of extended circulation, at the request of some who have heard it from the pulpit, I am induced to furnish it to you for publication in the _Banner and Advocate. The incident, as recorded in the Observer, ia as follows: " A GREAT EFFORT_^-A FACT." Mr. Towsley, known as *^the children's friend," has related the following incident with great effect, when the religious feeling of a church has been fluctuating between a retrograde and onward movement. On the banks of a stream near a small village in Western New York, a few enterprising men commenced the erection of a gigantic mill. The frame-work of the foundation extended over 4he current, rushing at,a fearful distance, below. The timbers above were adjusted and fastened in their places, until _Ithe huge skeleton was complete, exce...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

Mm ttoe Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. B Reliffion; |jlirER8 TO A FRIEND ON THE DOCTRINES AND P DUTIES OF THE BIBLE. Si' I Letter IDtL-_^Regemration* I own will begat he us with the word of m,-—Jamks i : 18. K)ear Friend :—It has been said be-Bt*t the want or privation of holiness B* In bis very interesting, instructive, Bmable work on Regeneration, Char-Kys : "No privation can be removed Prthe introduction of another form: ¦n a man is blind, that blindness_, Pis a privation of sight, cannot be re without bringing in a power of seeiin. Original sin is, a privation of 1 righteousness, and an introduction upt principles, which cannot be rebut by some powerful principle con->it; . . . a new life, a new nature, a ghteousness. . . . There cannot be £ practice without gracious principle. Jhere may be some services in natua , which may look like spiritual_; buji principle they are not so. , Many acts [e by irrational creatures, which look [tional acts. As the order among Ike ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

From the New York _Observer. Power of Consistency. An eminent Divine of this city relates the following anecdote from.his own history:— When quite a youth; he early made a profession of religion'; and- soon* after entered upon _hia studies withi a view of eventually entering. the ministry. During this period an invitation was tendered, him, by one of his wealthy " townsmen, to attend a large party to be given at his house. Havirig_^ at the start of a Christian life, determined to asoribe with due charity the best of motives 1 to the conduct of others_^ no impropriety was ever imaginedand .the,, invitation was accepted. When the ev_^riirig arrived, he repaired to the house bf'hik frieridj; arid after' spending ' a short time ' with some of-his fel-; low-guests, _waa accosted by his host_^ whbj> after a slight conyeraation, said: -_^:H .; ¦ ,;,r i -,r come into the. otherf roomr and_,play, a, eame _fessionp arid coriscieritioualy * desirous to do righ| under _allucireumst...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

Parental Vanity. Another cause of the growing disobedience and the-want of filial reverence in the midst of usj; 6 parental vatnity. I mean -that feeling which prompts parents to,make a display, of, their children, to show off their dawning intelligence, or -w_^t , or excellence, b_^ isayingr _things to draw themoul; , " or by repeating in their presence what ' they_; _iriay have said. All this isin itself vary trivial; it is but the. natural, innocent outflow) of f^^_msmm _mMMMl^^^ it has a powerful effect in mpuldiflg the tornper, aiid bearine' ,5 and _cniraci_^r bf _eiildien: 1 It tends iriost inevitably tomake them-flippant, and conceited, and arrogant/ and selfwilled. * And parents who have found great amusement in these displays do discover, when jt is too late, tliatJ tfiey have erred-—- they'find that' the" children,' take advantage of their accredited cleverness; they become impertinent; and how can they be cheeked at fourteen or fifteen, for what was thought very inter...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

An Unrenewed Heart. . Away -_^_anibn_^ _^B _^'rb_^Dgn_^ inoors, by the banks of trembling river_^ on the skirts of green-woodj oron sloping acclivity, or steep hillrside, we have gathered, remote from gardens _; and the, care of men, bunches of wild flowers, which, although'very perishing, were e_^xq iately beautiful, and _steep _^ _^ grant: odors; and i suoh' as these- are' some men and women; who ; have never;yet been; transplanted ,from ;a _stete of nature into a state of grace. There is'rno sin, in loving them. In the young ruler who declined to _^e_^up'h^^b_^Inid'fitor Ghris t_^ ' was not; there so-imuoh that* was- amiable, gentle_^ loyinginthatli JesuSjijO .wn heart,was drawn to him| .,Jtf w,said,t|iatjh«st _^ emotions " of ' _% Savour's bosom " eannqt be wlongihnune.1 ;T_^ the 'garden 1 ofth_^fI_^dfbr aptizedJ with! the _dews;bf heaverij'cohverted to the faith, they would be flowers _. fit to form a wreath for the brow, that man wreathed with thorns. lam compelled to ' ac...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

prigmal _Iptrg. Eg Time. ¦K BY J. Q. A. SULLIVAN. Hjjp moveth on "with rapid wings, Kor stoppeth ia his flight Brook on those o'er whom he's thrown _Hfto mildew of his might. HLthough his speed be vastly great, _^BDiiga naught can with it pace, _^Bro rk is sure—he leaves in proof Hpitle and & trace. H_}ew a mother young and fair, Whose heart o'erflowed with love; ¦ftfrom that love sweet vapors rose Htjoh hoar to heaven above_, ^¦h- ok I the sweet, the pearly stream _^_Hftch in each hear t d oth roll ; _^Hpfest connecting link which binds _^_HprnaH y soul to soul. if ing husband also shared [part: and in return, Ineart for her with holy love lost earnestly did burs. §£ seeni'd to be the climax of fheirjoys, their hope, their fears; I e'er we are aware, how soon nreet joy is turned to tears! piling babe lay sleeping on the mother's couch-like knee; toy type of heaven itself, bd infant purity. Ifras her anxious love display'd II many a token kiss; El the works of God what s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

CounseUtb the Dying; _; ' ¦ Should you e_%r "s_^nd-a_^ain by the 'side of a death bed; dbnot fail to direct the'dying one to the infinitely compassionate Savibir; Nothing else can bring comfort and peace to the soul in such an hour. r I,cannot'tellJyou how strongly I-feel- onJ this subject;? Christ is the HgEt sofsthei _worlds - How dbes _v the poor dying sinner need to turn his eyes to this light, as he is entering the dark valley of the shadow; of death.* He came to seek _andsto save"; that ;which was • lost.:_; How lost does the awakened sinner feel when he is jusi_£taking leave of -all earthly: things, and how-fiConsoling_^to be reminded of an; almighty, most merciful Saviour, who. came to find and save him. Sin, tp.ian;awakened, dying man, is an insupportable burden. How precious then to him will that blood be which cleanses from all sin! He needs to be reminded of these things in his dying hour, for his memory is often weak, and his mind confused, and Satan comes with all ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

Youthful Friendships., What fond and "generous friendships spring up in the heart of youthful companions, in the bright epoch of sphopUday We! Then, life's young morn is bright and fair, and all things wear the aml&mr-de rose\ This world is then a perfect Eden, _anjJ_' _. 'the warm, unsuspecting. heart ptyoult_^_jittle dreams that its friendships are false and fl_#ti£>g, asJ-bey _^ere ,; once fair _^ and_.bright. Our faith m each other , and in whatever is lovely_^ knows rib _limite ; and oft in maturer years we. smilei_; at our own youthful credtf-Uty, 'arid: remember _l*wilih- regret how our girlish visions, hay_,ev jallj _passsed away, bear_^ Ing no. record of their former brightness. Our joys , our griefs_^ and '' aiu hearts are nnitediri' i_^? fbnd; _o 'evofed; ffteridsHi_^1 _ihe _* iriterisity of which: foretellfarpurerand nobler life than-seldom aver- fallsy to " the lot df erring humanity: -! i»;i;_i _{i-_^v-u) :j, ! i ' .-> < •:.• >i~...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

The Morality of Skeptics. We stated in our notice of the last number of the Westminster Review, that we in. tended to advert to it again. This we do in order to show our readers the spirit of that journal, in its lamentations over tHe obstacles which exist in England, as hindrances to the more public avowal of infidelity. In Liverpool, there is a clergyman in the Established Church, named Maenaught He is Incumbent of St. Ghrysostom's Church, at Everton, and for a considerable time pa " st, has rendered himself conspicuous for two things—his attention to the humbler classes of the district in which his church is situated, and the peculiar form -of skepticism, which, as a minister of the Establishment, he is seeking to promulgate. In Liverpool, there is a Ministerial Asso? ciation_^ or meeting of the clergy for conversation, prayer, and mutual improvement. Mr. Macnaught was a member of this Association, and in certain papers which he read as part of the transactions of the body,...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

Eastern summary. • BOSTON AND NEW ENGLAND. During the late session of the _Legisiatube of Massachusetts, an amendment of the Constitution, limiting the Sessions of the Legislature to one hundred days, unless protracted not exceeding ten days, by a vote of two-thirds of_^all the members elected to both houses, was agreed to, and referred to the next Legislature. An extra Session will assemble on the 14 th of July, for the purpose of districting the State for the nexi election of Representatives.' ; The people of Montreal, as well as elsewhere, do not seem to have any relish for the vagaries and infidelity of Thkodoke Pabeeb and Lucy Stone. Both these persons had been invited, _^ by the Directors of the Mercantile Library Association, to lecture in that city. But at a large meeting of the members of the Association, this action was disapproved, and( the invitations have been recalled. The deleterious influence of Ralph Waldo Emerson had been felt, and the,; members did not wish to...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner ana Advocate. Missions in India and Ceylon. FUKBUKHAfiAD, FORTH INDIA, 1 ; ; r March V 1857. j" The question is often _ssked, both in England and America, has the success attending our missionary efforts in India and Ceylon been sufficient to warrant the continuance of the past and present vast outlay of funds in their behalf ? Is " there sufficient reason to believe that the sacrifices our missionaries are called upon to endure in these countries are compensated for by the results attained ? These are grave questions, and questions, too, upon which no little*diversity of opinion prevails. I am aware that some have even gone so far as to intimate that the conversion of the Hindoos is an impossibility ; and of others, that it is not practically impossible, but that there are other fields more promising and less expensive. The only proper way to answer these questions and objections, seems to me to call for the facts and results in the case. : . ,.,- .,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. The Presbytery of _Zanesville Met at Duncan's Falls, on the 20_fli of May, 1857, and was opened with a sermon by Rev. M. A. Hoge, from Eph. iv: 20,21. The Rev John Kelly, having accepted a call1 from Duncan's Fails church, for one-half "Ms labors, was installed as pastor. Rev. M. R. Miller preached the sermonRev. W. Morris Grimes,delivered the charge to the pastor, and Rev. Win. M. Robinson the charge to the people. ' Rev. J.F. Irvine was received as a member off Presbytery, from the _Muskingum Presbytery of the Cumberland Presbyterian Ohurch. The pastoral relation between Rev. Wrri. Aikin and the church of M?_Connellsville was dissolved, and tbe church declared vacant. 'Presbytery ordered that.the following pastoral letter be addressed to the churches within our bounds on the subj ect of temperance: PASTORAL lETTBfc In view of the prevailing influence of public sentiment on the subject of Temperance, in most of the communities within th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

Letters on Business.—-Persons sending us lists of subscribers, an d especially ya. making remittances, will please direct their letters, always, (as requested above,) to Rev. David McKinney , Pittsburgh., Pa. Serious losses have occurred, by a . neglect of this request. India.—-An interesting letter concerning the progress of the Gospel, and religious iniSjtitutionsin this distantaland,.will-beofound in another column. Its faete are important, and worthy of remembrance. .;:_* t': Des Moines College.—The first Annual Catalogue of this Institution is before us. It is conducted.by Rev. . "W" . (VHoUyday, as Principal. The pupils for the year.numbered, males thirty-seven,, females thirty three. ' . '" . ¦; ._!,. ,/- '' .-, __: .. .. ... • Silliman Institute, Clinton, La. _^_The main building of this Institution, for the education of young ladies, under the care of the Rev. H.Mosely,.of our Church, was.reoently destroyed by fire. The school has not been suspended, but is continued in...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 June 1857

for the Presbyterian Banner ana Advocate. A Minister _TRj|uited. Albion, _IndI, May 25,1857. Rey. D. McKinney, D. D.—Dear Sir: With your permission, I desire to invite the attention of such Presbyterian ministers as may be " unsettled," and who may wish to enter some field of labor in the West, to this place. Albion is the County Seat of Noble Co., and occupies a central position within the bounds of " FortWayne Presbytery," which embraces a large portion of North-Eastern Indiana. The first Presbyterian church of Albion, was organized about ten years ago, and has been supplied most of the tipae with semimonthly preaching, by a resident Missionary. Its progress has been bIow, though several: important accessions have been gained by immigration. The field is now unoccupied, and it is believed that could we be supplied with faithful ministerial labor and superintendence, a prosperous church would grow up. Presbyterianism is popular here, and there are many willing and anxious to en...

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