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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

THURSDAY, OCTOBER, 4, i860. JOHNW. MBAES, EDITOR. ASSOCIATED WITH ¦: ALBERT BARNES, GEORGE DUFFIELD Jr., THOMAS BRAINERD_, JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DARLING* THOMAS J. SHEPHERD _»

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

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Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

Palmyra, IT. Y.~Eariy , _^ Hiit|)pr,«&e.---John Swift, the irian who' built the _filsl _tcabin here, in 1790, came, as many of his associates did, * from the Wyoming Valley, in Pennijrlviiijia' V_^hitKer their fathers had emigrated from Connecticut , and where they in their seclusion had cultivated the genuine Puritan principles and character; till, their peace was disturbed, and their community broken up, by that horrid massacre, whose sad rehearsal in prose and poetry has made Wyoming a household word in this and other lands. A part of the survivors here fixed their future abode. He, Swift, "gave the lands'for the first grave-yard, the first school-npuse, ' and first church in the village." Another company, equally Puritanic _«in their convictions; and lives, ' ebtbarked with their families in a sail-boat on Long Island Sound, passed along the Sound up the Hiid ?<m, and through various smaller streams, until they, disembarked from Mill Creek, at the site of their ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

_WOTTGES AcknoWledglllient.—Received, for Philadelphia Educational Society. Churches in Ohioj per Col. Mills, - / - - $32 70 First Presbyterian Church, N. L., Phila., - 238 62 James S; Earle, ' ; - _ . - - - - ' 2000 Bethlehem Church, N. J., per Rev. J. G. W _. U.-. • liamson_, - - r - - - - 60 64j Third Presbyterian. Church, Philadelphia, collection, $6.07; a "Friend, 100.; Ladies ' !-. _.Eilucation Society, 120; John _GiFarr, 10; Charlesf Robb, 10; Samuel Work, Edwin . King, CspU S. ToByiBobert O'Neill, Wm. > Taylor, Miss R. Cum mins, Capt. W. Whill-- din, James W.,Queen, each 6 ; L. M. W.j 3; W. F. Gediles,3; Joseph M. Simons, 2; John Ailtman, 2j'-C. Gula_^r, 2.50; George Young, 2; - ~ Ai Powell, 1.50; Mrs. Richardson, 1; Miss M. Hasson_, 2 j Miss M'Farlane, 2; O. H. _Willard, Mrs, ,E. _Lasalle, S. Morris, E. Colhoun, each 1; Total, - ---- - - 31107 West Chester Presbyterian Church, per Rev. J. M'Leod, - - -¦ .- ..-; - - - 8 00 First Church, Fairfield, N. J., per Rev...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

oua owir GKuaom ; Long Island Presbytery on Divorce. — This Presbytery, at its meeting in Southold, August 23, adopted a paper on divorce, based upon the action of the General Assembly on the case of Mr, Shields. [Mr. Shields has since been received into the minis* try of the Cumberland Presbyterian Church without any renunciation of his error, so. far as we. can. discover.] : _Eev. J. !P.f !!B.]8[umier, of Greenville, has recoived and accepted a call to the pastorate of the Presbyterian Church at Oxford. Brother Kumler is a child of that Ohuroh, and his is the second instance within a year jnwht_^_ftv_^_liiurch in Hamil ton Eresbytery has called,one of its own young men to be its spiritual teacher and guide; We love to see our western churches thus raising up their own ministers.— Q. 0. MraM. ' * ¦ _' ¦ " ¦_'¦1 ; ¦ . . _": ¦ _' ' . '"'" The Presbytery of Lake Superior (N. S.) met Sept. 11, at Marquette, and strangely enough it may strike some of the sticklers for order, it m...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

P#_w_*,0l :Am]Wtt , ¦ • ¦¦ _• : _, - :.- , ; THE _UlTlv . - . - <¦¦> . A Capital Invention*—We Were much gratified, says the ' United States Gazette_^ by an examination of a newly invented hoisting pachine, recently patented by our respected, fellow _citizen, Mr. Joseph L. Dutton, who resides at No. 12| Union Street. It is remarkable for simplicity and tue perfection and precision of its working, while for _Rouses and storesail are of opinion th at the discover_^ is invaluable. . It is constructed on the principle bffa SelF-acting balance, and any weight placed in it •batlances itself; and iF one or more persons sit thereinj.they can hoist themselves to any height, and leave their seats at any point; and no further motioa _^ ojF the machine will take place. So with landing ja weight of boxes or other goods the machine remains suspended at the place of landing, whereas, by tWold system, an adjustment of the ropes, often a JiifiicuIttLask, was required. 1 ;' ,"' . ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

_^. _GEBERAX.,, _. ; „.. ._„.. ,..... ., The _Sfeapoiitan Minister has taken leavoof the government at _Washingtpn _^ hisfunctionshavingbeen terminated, by the: revolution.: ;; , ; The Central American-(States are now all represented at _Washington by the same Minister.-. Lady !p_%iri,I)isaster.—The coroner's jury in,the Lady Elgin disaster have rendered their verdict.* They draw, from the evidence before them, the precise conclusion expressed in these columns a few days ago, together with new conclusions from later _evit dence. : They find; in the negligence of the schooner' s men, and the defective system of lights, the main causes of the disaster. They condemn also the lack of water-tight compartments in the Lady Elgin, and the overloading which crowded her decks and saloons.; Two of the jury censure more severely the' marine inspectors for tolerating,rand thersteamer's 'owners for supplying so few and such poor boat ' s and life-preservjBrs. ' ¦ . ' ¦ " _. /¦' . " ' ' ¦ " / ' ...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

;: : _",;: ;.:..,\ _ioeeigh. : - 'y_ i_^_._^^_Z Italy. _JVMGHT OF THE _JllNG.—-I'he tLlUg Ot _J_>laples has embarked at Gaeta for Seville. It is said that he left an order on quitting Naples, for the bombardment of the town and destruction of the Royal Castle. " • ' :' ' . ' , _- . •¦• -i - : ' _¦ ¦ ' ' ¦• ¦ ¦¦ : - - The revolutionary movement is everywhere triumphant. ; . :. Austria has decided not to receive the Neapolitan fleet into any Austrian port. _' • I ¦ 25,000 Sardinian troops entered Umbria on the 11th, and on the 12th 25;000. more Sardinian troops attacked and took Pesaro, taking prisoners 1200 Germans who were in the fortress. General Bella, who commanded the Pope's troops, had ordered a sack of the town and was taken prisoner to Turin. The German garrison of Orvietohad capitulated to the insurgents. Gialdini's order of the day to the soldiers tells them:—" ¦ Attack and disperse the foreign adventurers without mercy. Perugia calls aloud for " vengeance, and...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

This is a_^Weekly Religions Paper, published by the American Sunday-School Uhiok , at the very low price ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. ., It is designed, fox ParentsTeachers, and all who are engaged or Interested m the religious training of the young, jit is also an excellent Family _Pafjsr. ' CANVASSERS WANTED IN ALL PARTS OF .-. • ¦ ._; ¦:¦ -- . THEJ_" WITED ;STATES. SPBCIAI, ARRANGEMENTS FOB THE _PBESENT SSASO2_T. i. /ToTekchers or others_^ whoWe'willlng-Jo canvass for this paper, and who will send us, at one time, the names of seven new subscribers, and seven dollars in cash, wei will give a copy of WEBSTER'S UNABRIDGED QUARTO DICTIONARY, hew pictorial edition, price $6.00; or of LIPPINCOTT_'S UNIVERSAL GAZETEER, price, $6 00. II. . To those .who will send us, at one time, the names of tew new subscribers, and ten dollars in cash, we will give, a copy of the new and splendid MAP OF ANCIENT JERUSALEM, sold by our Society, 5 feet by 8, mounted and colored. Price, $10. III.: Persons who p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

i?iM!if?" Old Pastors.—Bev. Dr. _Siell is still pastor of,the Orthodox; Congregational crarehjin West Brookfield, where he was settled June _^ 27thvl798. Rev. Brown Emerson is pastor of the'So it_» Church, Salem, over whielr he_^_iras ' settled* Aprils 5tnM8p5. In additidn to _these,-Bev. Alfred-Elyj i), ?D;J<of _Mpnsbnf was settled; December 17th, 1806 ;iamuelOsgood, D.D4 of Springfield, June 25th, ;180% Wd Rev. Luther Shel-: don, ofEaston, October 24th,; 18_^0. ...... i ; >. The Fulton StreetTfay_<0r-_^eting.—Tbe third anniversary of this meettk_^waiihiBld bri Monday of last week, when the Dutcn ohurai in " Fulton' _sireet Was crowded by an assembly winch filled every sitting_, and standing place in the _htfelclmg. A number of addresses were made by ministers of different denominations, by which, with _thljirayera and liymns, the whole,service was prdiongeq|or two hours and_a half, yet the interest, instead,or Sagging, rather increased to the close. .1 ;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

TH1 &MERJ0_A8 PB1_SBYTEBIAJT _AMB CHNESE1 EVANGELIST, A WEEKLY FAMILY _MWSPAiPiB_^ . _Publishd every _Thursday, at 1834 Chestnut St., Phih<kiphwfMai _: * Devoted to the _promotional Sound Christian doctrine and pure religion, especially as connected with the Constitutional Presbyterian Church in the United States of America. : f ; .. . . _^_ems. ,.... _- _, :-/ ' ¦ _'¦; _, c . : To Mail _Sttbsoiibefs, two dollars per year, IN ADVANCE. . .,„ .. .. , .. .. ,. _' , ' ' ' City Subsotdber_^ receiving their paper: through a earner, wiUvbeehwged fifty _cwteadditional_. CLtJBS. KIDTJOED RATES f OR ONE YEAR. Four copies will be sent to one _address foi;*_yep for »av»N _DOMiAiia. * Ten copies will be sent to one: address fqr a year for _nxnuBer dollars. * . ' . " . ¦¦ . ' . ' ./ "¦ ' • ' . ¦' .• ¦ Twenty-*6tra copies?will; be sent to one address for THIRTi-tEWO DQIAAUS. _MStF AU papers will be continued after the ex-Siration of the year, unless expressly ordered to e di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

B ALLAD SINGING; GUITAR; SACRED MUSIC * AND CHANTINGfor private School Classes. Highest city references. •: _s : T. BISHOP, Vocal Academy, 1202 _FilbebCt St. 749 it . the_^_west Chester _ACAmsMf, • Located at West Chester, Penna., wfl_^ close its present Summer-Term on the 29th of September next, and resume the duties of the Winter-Session on the first of November. ; ' - • • • • _; The school is in session during the summer nionths, the scholastic year being divided into two sessions, of Jive months each, which commence respectively on the* first of May and November. The range of studies pursued, is extensive-,and; the system of instruction thorough-_^-designed and calculated to ' _prepare "boys and young men for our . best colleges, or for the requirements of business life in its various ramifications. The French, German, and Spanish languages are taught by native resident teachers, of ability and tried experience*. A German gentleman of acknowledged skill has charge of the depar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

Tm nineteenth Annual Convention, of the Evangelical _Lutheran Synod of East Pennsyltania, commenced its sessions in _Sunbury, Sept. 22d. The attendance, both of clerical and lay members, was unusually, large. This_* Synod is largely increasing in numerical-strength, and promises soon to rank among the largest Luthferan Synods in this country. Twelve noihisters_^fr'om other Synods were received into the body at this sesrfon. Almost every minister was accompanied with aj jay delegate. Commencement at _dettysburgh.—The examination of Theological students took place, Sept. 18th. Rev: it. M Albert ideliveifed the_^address before the Alumni on Ignatius Loyola* Hen. Wm. _JeSsup_^ LL. T>., delivered an address bwore the Linrisean Associa tion, on education and educated men. This discourse was characterized by strong .common, sense, practical views of life, and a pleasant," clear and forcible style. It were .well if at cmnmeiicementB_,_J generally, such wholesome counsel wire as,_...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

KURTZ'S TEXT-BOOK OF GHOECH . HISTORY. LINDSAY & BLAKISTON, Philadelphiahave now ready » TEXT-BOOK OP CHUKCH HISTORY, for Students. Translated from the German of John Henry KurtzJD. D., Professor of Theology «t Dorpatauthor of "A Manual of _Sarred History "—"A History of the Old Covenant "—'-The Bible and Astronomy, " etc. Volume One to the Reformation now ready. Price One Dollar and Fifty Cent *. Volume Two to the Present Time preparing. " Tlie . present edition of the Text-Book of Cbnrch History is—?« some extent—a reprint of the Edinburgh Translation. But as that _translation, avowedlytampered' with the original workcare has been taken in this edition, to make the rendering conibrm strictly to the author's sense. • _» Itis proper to add that whilst the Edinburgh translatioa was made from the third edition of the original -work, the edition now offered to the public contains all the improvements of tbe fourth edition of the original—which was published within tbe last th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

READ THE FOLLOWING TESTIMONY: " The undersigned, Clergymen of the PaESBYTERiAi* Church, having purchased and used in our families. 'GBOVER & BAKER'S CELEBARTED FAMILY SEWING MACHINE,' take pleasure in recommending it as an instrument fully combining the essentials of a good machine. Its beautiful simplicity, ease of management, and the strength and elasticity of its stitch, unite to render it a machine unsurpassed by any in the market, and one which we feel confident will give satisfaction lo all who may purchase and use it. " Rev. ' Dr. Sprague, D.D., Albany, N. Y.; Rev. J. N. Campbell, D. D., Albany, N. Y.; Rev. Charles Anderson, Auburn, N_. Y.; Rev. J. M. Hopkins, Auburn, N Y.; Rev. G. C. Galbraith, Govanstown_, Md.; Rev. J_>T. _Launeau, Salem, Va.; Rev. Henry A. RiJey, Montrose, Pa.} Rev. J. Turnbull Backus, Schenectady, N. Y. j Rev. W. B. Childlaw, A. M., Cincinnati, O.; Rev. Arthur Swazey, Galena, . _| Rev. A. M. Stowe. Canandaigua, N.Y. OFFICES. 495 Broadway,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

_' APJJSRTISEMENTS. _^ ; _OILOR PIAITIN_6. _s _SAMTTEI. SMYTH, . No. 1336 Chestnut Street opposite the United States Mint. Electro Silver Plater on Albata and Nickel Silver Metals, Britannia, Copper, Brass, Steel or Iron, where all orders for plating will be promptly attended to. All plating warranted to be done according to order. Replating done for Use of Hotels and Private Families, warranted to give entire satisfaction. 751—6mo. NOW READY. . ONLY FULL AND ACCURATE EDITION! BENGEL'S GNOMON ' OF THIS ' ' "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

o« LATEST. Xae steamship Glasgow passed Cape Race on Sunday morning, with European advices to the 20th ult. The Papal troops under General Lamoriciere have been badly defeated by the Sardinians. The capture of Pervgia is confirmed, and the seizure of Spoleta is announced. The Britishers have finally succeeded _, in placing the Great Eastern upon the gridiron at Milford Haven. A rumor has been circulated quite freely to the effect that the Emperor Napoleon had been fired at by a lunatic, in the streets of Toulon,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

NEW TESTAMENT Newly Translated from the Original Latin, By C. T. !Lkwi8, A. M., and M. R. Vincent, A. M., Professors in Troy University. Vol. L of the above work, (which will be complete in two volumes,) is now ready for delivery. 8vo., cloth. Retail price, $2.50; for which it will be sent by mail or-Express, prepaid to anv address. A liberal discount to clergymen and wholesale purchasers. Address, _PERKINPItfE & HIGGINS, _n . 56 North Fourth Street, . _, 751—51. Philadelphia. .,

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

ifHVJtSDAli OOTOBEft 4t 1880. • . We are happy to announce to our friends, that we have seoured the services of Bev. L. 0. Lookwood, of Gkymdnti, Delaware, as agenfc for this paper. We commend him to the favorable regard of the pastors _ftnd people, in his labors in this t_>_& half. His address , for the present, is at this dffioe. No. X884 Chestnut Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 4 October 1860

31anM BAILEY—DAVIS.—On Tuesday evening, September 20th, at the residence of Mr. John Isaacs, of Baltimore county, by Bev. William B. Erans, George Washington Bailey of said county, to Amahda_, Datis Pf EUieott's Mills, Howard Couhld.

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