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

_Ecelesiastical. Rev. H. B. Btjrr'b Post Office address is changed from Wetliersfield , Connecticut. to Belvidere , Boone Co., _Dl. Mr. James McDoweel was ordained _ani installed pastor of the churches of Concori and Clarendon) South Carolina, on _th 8th ult., by the: _Presbytery of Harmonj Rev. (_Jeo. H. W. _Pemiie was installed pastor of the Presbyterian church in Mont gomery, Ala, on the 81st ult., by tie Presb ytery of East Alabama. Rev. George Cairns' Post Office address 2 changed from Slate Lick, _Armstrons Co-Pa._;toPrineeville ,PeoriaCo., HI. _" Rev. Wieliam _Wuxson's Post Office ad dress is: changed from JPairview, Erie Co, Pa, to Leeompton , Douglass Co., Kw& Rev. Robert Bell's Post Office addres s changed from Geneva, Coffee Co., Ala To Becatur , Newton Co., Miss. Rev. Samuel'M. Osmond has been _retesei &om the _ipastoral charge of the _Ud«« Jewst and Second Churches of Amm& _^ew Jersey,,and his Post Office is chan _tf' P_^ C h&ttm ~&am...

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

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. :;;¦ <.-• _i Installation. ' - _¦ ' ¦ " ¦ :; "' ,v ; _" • On last Thursday,; (June 4fch,) a Committee of Pedria Presbytery_^ previously ap. pointed for the purpbse, met in the Preabyterjan church of Le wist own, III., to install _Eevl Wi A_^. Fleming, as pastor. The Committee consisted of Revs. J. Andrews, Robert Johtfson, and J; G. Hanna. Rev. Robert Johnson preached: an excellent and i no _presaive sermon from 2. Cor. ii: 16;j:f « Who is sufficient for these things?" Rey;:J;_oA.ndrews presided, and proposed the:t constitutional questions. Rev. J. C. Hanna: delivered the charges to both pastor arid people. It. was throughout a very interesting and solemn meeting. (Jar house of worship is new, commodious,'; and beautifuli 16 was dedicated in last _October. The pastor-elect preached the the ", _sermon, from Lev. xix: 30. It has been finished and paid, for, at a cost of $13,-000, and furnished by the ladies at an additional cost of ...

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

. Another New Church. ' —On _Belmos_: Avenue, near the Episcopal H spita], j little society of Presbyterians are _ereetinj a neat and tasteful church edifice. The congregation is small but zealous , and form: the first Old School Presbyterian church organized within the city, West of the Schnjikill! The church lot contains an acre of ground. It was donated to the congregagation by a benevolent gentleman _residios in the vicinity. The church is in a neighborhood where Gospel privileges are mud needed. Between the old Lancaster road on the North, starting on the river road 01 the Bast, and running West for several miles, therjB is a thickly settled and rapidlj improving district of country, in wbid there is no church" of any denomination. To supply the great necessity, the Belmon; Preshyterian church was undertaken. Tfce dimensions of the building now in progres of erection, are eighty by forty-four feetk the clear. The walls are up: the roof-tree laid, and ready to receive the sl...

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

lor the Presbyterian Banner and. Advocate. -, ¦Rev ival at _Weat _' field. Me. Editor :—My heart has been made glad by the special revivals of religion in many of our churches, during the last Winter, and I have frequently gone up, as it were, to the top of the mountain, and looked in the direction of the sea of God's grace, if, peradventure, I might see a little cloud rising there, promising our thirsty hill of Zion a refreshing sprinkle. And blessed be the name of God, for the mercy drops in our midst. Notwithstanding, the accessions have not been numerous at this time j but how encouraging to know that God is working in our midst, by his convincing and converting Spirit! Fourteen united with the church, last week, and we trust are hopefully converted. . Among the number received was an aged father, four-score and nine years of age j few come in in their ninetieth year. There are a number inquiring j and, " O that Go'd would help us to pray more, and labor with more zeal for t...

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

For thoPresbyterim Banner and Advocate. " ¦ ¦ Another Church Organized. By order of the Presbytery of Cedar, the church, of Linden was organized on tbe 28th of _Mayl 1857. Linden is a small village nine _jniles from Marion, on the regular stage route from Iowa City to _Dubuqae. The Air Line Railroad is expected to run near this village> and if so, a depot will be built within one niile of it. The Air Line will run from Sabula, on the Mbsiesippi, through the heart of Iowa, to the Missouri. Good land may still be obtained at reasonable prices. Saw and; flouring mills are abundantly fuupdj at distances varying from one to nine miles. School-houses ' have been built, and an intelligent and industrious population is already on the-ground. The newly-formed church consists, as yet, of but eleven members. We have no house of worship. To those who do not . " despise the day of small things," the neighborhood of JLinden will now afford the advantages as good as are usually found in...

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

The "Reformed . Dutch Church " Withdrawing from the American Board-Tbe General Synod of the Kefonned Date! Church closed its sessions on Wednesday. 10th inst The most significant act of tins body was the conclusion reached _respecting its further connexion with the Americai Board of Foreign Missions. The Synod resolved, by a nearly unanimous vote, to terminate, at once, its existing relation with that Board. Two voices onlyjjwere heard ia opposition. The late agitations in tie American Board, and the new views of policy that have _governed the Prudential Committee, have, says the Journal of Commerce, led to the_* adoption of, this measure Having already " a regularly organized Board of Foreign Mission?, the Reformed Bated Church will at qnee fall back upon that. Its missions are ait Arcot, India, arid Amo_^, China. The Reformed Dutch body com prises three hundred and eighty six chord es, and their annual contributions for fc: eign missions are about $12,000.

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

Central Church, Cincinnati. This church is still enjoying the gracious presence of God's Spirit, in more than ordinary measure. Last Sabbatht week, as we learn fey a letter from the pastor, fifteen others, in addition to those received a short time ago, maHe a public profession of their faith. Ten were ypiing men. Eight of these were baptized.; -The pastor preached in the morning, from Song, ii: 4; " He brought me to the banqueting-house, and his banner over me was love." In the evening, the Rev. B& Vermilye, of New York, preached from 1. Cor., xiii: 12 j "^jpr _' now _^ we see through a glass darkly, but, then, - face to face." We learn that there are quite a number yet anxiously inquiring. ?

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

TERMS.—_$1_«SO _| In ad-ranee! or In Club* f 1.35| o» » d_«_llT_«r_«d at residences of Sniuerib«_ra» $1.75. 8_c_« Prospectus, on Third _Pagfe B KNKWAL S anpnld b* prompt) a _littfc wHIU _ttafor* tit* _Jr_«ar _«xplr«a, that wi _aaajr mak* tull arrangements for a steady supply. 1HE RHD _WAAPPBR Indicate* that w_« •¦far* trauwak•'-•If, however,In the hast* of mailing, this signal should be omitted, we *iop* our frienda will atlll not forget _na. RKMITTANCES.—Send payment by _aaf* _feands, when convenient. O* , send by mall, encloatng with ordinary care, and troubling nobody with a knowledge of what you ar* doing* For a large amount, send a Draftor large not*** Cor on * or two papers, _aand Gold •r small notes* . ' ."... ' . TO HAKE CHAHOBJSend postage 'stamps, •r better still, send for more paperaf i»y|» for Seventy numbers, or f 1 for Thlrty-tlu-es numbers* . . . .. . .;: . . • ¦ -. _. ¦¦ : ¦ ¦[ ' ¦¦ ' . '¦ ' . DIRECT all Letters and Communication* to RBV. DAVID McKINNKT. _PHtaburgh...

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

Porthe Presbyterian Banntr and Advocate. Acknowledgment. Htjbbard, June 6,1857. De. MoKinnet :—Permit me, ihrough your paper, to acknowled ge a favor conferred upon me by the little church of Liberty, to whom I minister one-fourth of my time : Dean Sisters ¦ ¦ :—-Upon examination , the letter presented to me by you, the Committee, in behalf of the congregation, on Monday, thei6_th inafc., at theolose of our communion, was found to contain the sum of 143,00. I hereby desire * to express my gratitude for this very unexpected manifestation of your loye and respect for ine, hoping that the Lord who loves a cheerful eiyer may reward you with the richer _blessings bf his grace. Yours in Christ, • _ N. B. Lyons.

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

Wot tbe Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Extract from the Records of the PresLy teryofOMo. A circular, setting forth the claims of th» Ash. mun Institute, being laid before Presbytery, _j t was ResolvedThat this Presbytery regard the ««. tablisbment of an Institution, under the auf|ie{; of our Church, for.the literary training of _colored young men, to be demanded by the clear indies. tions of Providence. ResolvedThat we have full confidence in tb? Principal of the Ashwmn Institute, the ReT. j P. Carter, as eminently qualified for this ' mportant work. Resolved, That we earnestly recommend to cE churches to take contributions for this object, a; a feasible and efficient plan for advancing the colored race, and supplying educated men for labcramong them in this land and in Liberia, as pastors, and missionaries, &c. W. B. M'ltVAiira, Stated Clerk.

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

For tbe Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Church of Bristol-Dr. McKinney:—The following resolution was passed at a meeting of the Session of the Presbyterian congregation of Bristol, with a request that it should appear in your p aper: Whereas, The Rev. William Willson, of the Presbytery of Erie, has labored among us for some mo'nths past, as a Minister of the Gospel, Resolved, That we feel under lasting and abiding obligations to him for his faithful and efficient labors with us, and that we feel sorry that he could not see his way clear, to accept of our*call to become bur pastor.; Signed by order of the Session. _^ Hugh Boyd. ' ¦¦

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

United Brethren. Quite a controversy has been in progress for some time, in, this denomination, with regard to the doctrine of natural depravity. Many anticipated a rupture in the denomination _; but the late General Conference, by a. vote of fifty-seven to one, caused the following question to be answered affirmatively, by their ministers, to be inserted in the Discipline: " Do you believe that man abstract of the grace of our Lord Jesus Christ, is fallen from original righteousness, and is inclined to' evil, and only evil, continually • and except a man be born again he cannot see the kingdom of God?" ,

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

_/ New Church. The Presbytery of Ohio, at its late meeting, determined to organize a new church on Mt. Washington—one of the elevations of Coal Hill—across the Monongahela. This enterprise is; undertaken in ' the midst of a large and growing population, that has hitheito been much neglected. The Presbyterians there are not numerous, but active and zealous. The present _movement ' is .owing, in part, to ¦ the labors and efficiency of the members of a single family. We hope that this is a beginning that will be speedily followed by enlarged efforts in the way of church _extension. _.

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

Oakland College, Mississippi At the late Annual _Commencement of this Institution , ten young men received the degree of A. B. The Alumni Address was delivered by the Rev. T. R. Markham. The Trustee? have contracted for additional buildings , the estimated cost of which will be $30,000. ..The income of the College for the coming year , to be devoted to the support of " the Faculty, and defraying incidental expenses, wi]l be about $10,000. Rev. W.D. Moore, formerly pastor of the Presbyterian Church in:. Greensbuxg, Pa., and Robert Patterson, Esq., formerly Professor in Jefferson College, Pa., are among the Professors.

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

JITTSBTFBGH, _OTTE 20,1857.

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

£ 0rap _Imtlugmtt The Royal Mail steamship Canada, from Liverpool, May 30, arrived- at New York on. the 11th of June. England. The London Times states that the St. Jean d'Acre, one hundred and one guns, screw steamship, Is to be immediately fitted at Devonpdrt, for the purpose of taking the Halifax Bide portion of the cable, instead of the Niagara, and that vessel will render her Ber vices in anyway in which she may be found available. An interesting discussion had taken place in the House of Commons with reference to the nonratification of the Dallas-Clarendon -Treaty; ', * In the House of Commons, on the 28th tilt., Mr. Roebuck called attention to the subject of British relations with. Brazil, and moved for a Select Committee to take Into consideration those relations and report thereupon. He urged that the Government of Brazil had acted in good faith in endeavoring to extinguish the Slave-trade_^ that their endeavors had been entirely successful, and tKat the steps taken by G...

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

the Presbj'tflriin Bauner and Advocate. I _Presbytery of Huntingdon. tajyterj of Huntingdon met, according fciftnt. in _tke Lick Kim congregation, ¦fctied with an excellent sermon by oar feiierable father, the &ev. Dr. _Udd, M: 3. Kir clcvk being absent, the Rev. Mr. B elected clerk /»r» _fc»». Among other _KBiness were thu following: The Bev. Kt -wns dismireeci, to connect himself »_sbjtcry of St. Paul. The, Rev. A. II. §M dismissed, to connect himself with |M_»ry of Dane. fal relation existing between the Rev. [_orrison and his congregations of Lit-^ and Upper _Tuscarora, was dissolved face of his impaired healthand the rence was appointed to declare the former vacant, on the 4th Sabbaih I the Rev. M. Allison was appointed |e pulpit of the latter vacant, on the Of June. lilt Missionary, the Rev. John Etli-Ed to continue Ms labors as heretofg the invitation of Tyrone City and irk, until the next meeting of Pres n the congregation of Clearfield, for Ibor« of the Rev. J...

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

_; Died—May 23d, Mr. _Robxri _Cimpbeil, in the 99th year of his ace. . . . It might be pleasant and profitable to dwell on many scenes of thrilling interest _connected with Father Camp* hell'aearly Ufa;' it would doubtless be of stiil greater interest to trace the Christian experience of this remarkable man through the vicissitudes of his long, earthly pilgrimage; but, as the generally expressed opinion of lathers and brethren demands a notice more extended than could he _giren in an obituary, we shall attempt only a very brief notlee.% - ' . ' ¦ "-¦ • ¦ _" ¦ "¦ - ¦¦ _^ Excepting a _fevr years, in youth, spent in captivity among the Indians, and a few months, since the death of his wife, spent with Ms daughters, he lived his entire life in Ligonier Valley, Pa., upon the farm on which he was born. He was married at about twenty-three years of age; and soon after, he and Mrs. O. made a profession of religion. It is believed that they were led toyGod to take this step, through the...

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

_ADVEETISEMENTS. WfEW AND _VALUABLE _FCTBklCATIOKS \\ —I. Domestic Duties; or, The Family a Nursery for Earth and Heav»n. By the Rev. _Rufus W. Bailey. 18mo., pp. 120 Prio 20 and 25 cents. The duties of husbands and wiresof females, of parents and children, are here stated and enforced in. a style at once attractive and forcible. • . II. Ella Clinton; or, By Their Fruits ye Shall Enow Them. By Cousin Martha, 18mo.,,pp. 208. Price 25 and 30 cents. This is an engaging story of an orphan girl. III. _Ltssons for the Little Ones. By a Teacher of Infants. 18mo., pp. 180. With engravings. Price 25 and 30 cents. These lessons, derived from Scripture, are full of interest for juvenile readers. . : . . IV. Gleanings from Real Life. By S. S. Egliseauauthoress of "Lizzie Ferguson. " 18mo., pp..180. Price 25 and SO cents. It consists of fourteen sketches, drawn from real life, all exhibiting the beauty of godliness. V. Annie Ore;, and other sketches. By Olive. 18mo., pp. 72. Pri?e 15 cents. Se...

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

Items Hon. George W. HopkinB has been, elected to Congress, from Virginia. The New Hampshire Legislature has elected Daniel'Clarkf Republican, United States Senator, to succted. Mr. Bell, deceased. A man named Jrfferson Randal], who had returned to Rockingham County, Virginia, after being gent away for burning barns and plundering farmhouses, returned and was seized on Tuesday, by a Vigilance Committee, and hung on a tree. His son-in-law was also arrested and doomed to be hung. A Correspondent of the Cincinnati Gazette _saya he has watched the crops for forty years, and thinks that in Ohio, _Indinnoj Illinoisand Kentucky, there will be a larger crop of wheat harvested the coming season than ever before. Sir George Gore and party, who have returned to St. Louis from a hunting expedition on the head waters of the Missouri, report the Sioux Indians as hostile, and committing atrocities _atrainst the whites. A detachment of United States troops had been sent against the savages....

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