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

_txful engravings, along with its literary contents For _saifr in Pittsburgh by John B J3unt, _Magqnjo ' Hall _> r <¦ _' i -_>! t Ii

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

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Source: Pennsylvania State University
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 1 March 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

For the Presbyterian Banner. Have we, too many Ministers? The Lord's- merciful design toward. .the Church and the world, are to he accomplished by the Lord's means. He has given us a knowledge of both. By preaching, those who believe are to be _save,d. And the Lord's command, indicative both of his design and of the means of its accomplishment, is, Go ye into all the world and preach the Goppel to every creature. But how shall they preach except they be sent ? It seems that, in ours Church, there is& considerable number of ministers' ' who, though able and willing,, are no&_< employed'in this appropriate and .important work. * Why-ds this so ? The- Princeton Review affirms that it springs from a defect " inherent" in our system, and thait the defect is, that our ministers depend, for their support, on the congregations to which they preach. The " same remark applied, and the same defect, if it be one, exists imatl other Churches of our country j so that by...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

The Unjust Steward. The Rev. Stackhouse, in his commentary on this difficult parable, has given the following curious sketch of the present method of farming out estates in Arabia, which goes a great way to remove a technical obstacle of no little obstinateness. The management of an estate is left almost entirely in the hands of a steward. He estimates the value of the property, fixes the amount of rent for the tenants, and receives the payments as they become due. Frequently tenants pay rent by the products of their farms. Now it is a common practice, in such cases, for the steward to exact from the tenants more than the amount which he gives to his master; they are required to pay a high rental, while a moderate sum is entered as their payment on the landlord's book. Our lord, then, supposes such a case in this parable—a case well known , among his hearers. A certain steward, who had been in the habit of overcharging his master's tenants, being accused of dishonesty, is summon...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

EUROPEAN IWRESPONDEME. Opening of Parliament—The Queen's Absence—Condolence from both Souses—&'Israeli and Lord Dufferin—Departure of _ithe P_/rince of_^Wdles —Parliament, the Trent Affair _^ and the _Blockade —Mr. Brxgh _' t and Lords Palmersion and Derfiy—Sympathy with the Federaliit Cause-—Archbishop Hughes and his Sympathies—;Their t Value—True Loyalty — Death of Dr. Symington — His Life and1 Character—The United 'Presbyterians in London—Dr. Candlish and i E%eter Mall—Free Church Missions—Report of, Geneva Conference —The-Jews and their Orthodox"Organ. LONDON?Feb. 8,'1862. Pabliament .was openeditwo days ago, by a. Eoyal Commission, and not by the Queen in person,. How often I have seen her go in state with_,her ever-faithful consort by her side—and receiving and returning _withNheaTty earnestness_^the affectionate congratulations of the throng -which lined the w&y-T-dqwn the Long' Walk from Bucksingham Palace, and then through Whitehall and Parliament Streej...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

' _> iiL _9ToiM;he Presbyterian Banner. _FatriottsmA_^the Sons- of Presbyterian Miri-{ isters. Mr. !l iEDiTQR:—rHaving. noticed frequent mention_^ of ' the nunaber of ministers' sons noyy, in fihe- army for the maintenance of the Union and th' e suppression of rebellion_^ from-1 th'e 'Eastern _*part of bur country/ it*occurred to me that the patriotism of the sou& of ministers in the region of P_. itoburgh is also worthy of mention. This vicinity has probably_,sent more soldiers into the _fiejd in proportion to its population_^ than any otbfer' district in the loyal States. And our ministers have not been behind o. thers_, in the sacrifices made. At prescn_^^r_4 e . sbyterian_k minj._steji |_gf our own Church ave named_) simply because * the _wa iter has not at hand the means of learning the facts with regard to others'. The Rev. Dr. Howard, of Pittsburgh j _{Elev. Richard Lea, of Lawrenceville; Rev. John Kerr, of Monongahela City; Rev. A. _JB _^ Brown, JD. D., of...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

Mark the hot tears that course down those furrowed cheeks—an unfailing index to the anguish of the soul. Gold! Thou canst not lift that burden from the wounded heart, nor wipe away that falling tear. But faith* directs the tearful eye to Him who said, " I will give you rest," and all is well. See that victim of remorse, upon whose soul conscience plies her fiery lash. Gold ! Thou canst not give that soul the peace for which it sighs. Lead him amidst the splendors of royal palaces; twine round that head the gorgeous wreath of fame; yea, hand him the wine cup and bid him drown remorse therein; and still insulted conscience plies her lash. But faith leads him to a fountain. He stoops and drinks the healing waters, and breaks forth in singing— " I now have found abiding rest." Oh, was not faith more precious than gold? See that,Christian on his dying bed. Look npon that sunken eye, from which the. light of mortality is retiring forever. See that -emaciated body hovering over the glo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

[Original.! The Wish. If 1 might beg a boon for thee, * _tfifom all earth's richest treasure, I would not ask fof gold, nor gems, Nor what' the world onlls pleasure. Iwould'iidt ask a palace grand, "With _aerVants true and loyal; twould'not ask for you a seati. Within the family royal. t w,ould not ask a queenly _oroWh ' From English lords oil nobles; The Parian whiteness <rf thy brow . Would ill become such baubles. I would not ask for _Worldly friends, Vain followers of 'fashion ; ' 0 no! I would/not ask.that you Might mqetrjwith such temptation.; Bat I would bow and humbly ask ThaHo you ' t might be gives, To gain, a home above the skies, And drink the bliss of heaven, I'd ask that you might safely cross Death's dark; and chilly portal, And range the elysian plains above, Wherp joys will be immortal* , And Ol may we, when1 toils are o'er, ' Together tell this story: That we are _oleansqd, through precious blood , To God be all the glory,! , ? Hattie.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

* IJ A'Tiilfc'iirtlie Bes_^t bn Religion.; _' -During " the'timev I was' in Asia, (said my friendj) I had _Occasion to cross_J »a part of the Arabian _*deserb- toward the Red. Seal Qf course, " on this journejrit is necessary to_^ay_^nqt-oni y a guidejbutabjady-guard; and mine was composed of . eight or _ning as 'wild and picturesque looking Bedouins as you would wish to see—true sons of the desert, ' and jlshmaelites-'-of* pure_^descent; there1 _iGQuld >notjbe_. muclqdoubt_,about that. They were faithful to me, however;, and it was pleasant'to gallop day- after day amidst? this 'lawless troop/sometimes conversing with the _sheikMn such A'rabia_^as I had . contrived-to pick-upland afr other timeso witnessing, sueh- feats _,oi hor.se.manship as my guards pleased to exhibit for my amusement, or to practise for their own. In the heat'df "the, day'we struck our tents ' (such1 tents!) and rested,-as we _^ did also at. night. .Our mid-day slumbers ' wore often ,the r ,mostripx(...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

More Preeipins ' jtliaa _^ _GoUlt yl ' "-More , precious ithan ' gold ?« Gold , 'that buys* the1 applause of< earth, that'paves the way to_^g lory and _rewards? Gold, that purchases the smile of friendship- and leads us in the _>patbs of luxury-? YJ es,*Christian_;infinitely more precious* is i thy'faith. Lmay _, be far frouvth9fhabitations of men, amid the -gloofii'of the desert, or- on-the j heaving- billows _, of old'ocean, wltere gold is unavailing; b.jit even1 there bleBsed_,faith> reacheth 'her handito\the storehouse_*of Almighty love, and -brings "goy-xinspeakable_v and' ful}'v >of> 3 globyi" _jSe©»_yoBde,r_»that t V 'child_«dfi sorrd_^

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

office until his * election to the- Presidency of Harvard upon the retirement of President Walker. He was the editor of several important classical and literary works. As a Professor of Greek he occupied a very distinguished position. Among the scholars of classical Greek in this country, President Woolsey, of Yale College_, was supposed to be the most extensively read; President Felton was considered to be the most polished—that is, to have the finest perception of the beauties and the niceties of meaning in the words and phrases of that language; while it is admitted by all competent judges that Professor Hadley, of Yale College, is the most profound in his knowledge of the structure of the language and the derivation of words. The death of President Felton will cause considerable anxiety as to his successor, since, during the present Winter, there has been a good deal of excitement in the election of the Overseers of the College. The institution belongs to the whole State of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

'For tho Presbyterian Banner . The'Danville Review. Godly and,,loyal persons who fear the Lord and love their country, everywhere , but especially in1 the West—and of all religious persuasions, but especially Presb yterians—are requested to consider carefully the statements which follow, and afterwards do what shall seem to them good. About a year ago a certain number of ministers, of whom I was one, founded the Danville Quarterly Review ; four quarterl y numbers of which, making a, yearly volume, have been issued. .It is to prevent the destruction of the work that this appeal is made; a destruction such as could happen only by means that would justify such appeal as this. Before the first number of the work was issued, -the Rev. Messrs. Stuart Robinson , Thos1 . A. Hoyt, and John H. Rice, withdrew from our Association , of which they were members, - because they understood the majority of its members desired me to advocate in its pages the loyal principles of my Discourse of th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

SPECIMEN OF SOUTHERN TAMING The Richmond Dispatch, _.of Feb. 19th, after givirigahi account of the'fall of Ft. Donelsbn_^ *'; ac(d$,': ;*; \; ¦'" ti: /_' 1 ' ' ''"" ;[ " If these bloody _^barbarians, whose hands are now _isoafced, to the elbows in the lifeblood of men defending their own homes and firesides, dream that they are now one inch nearer the subjugation of the South than when they started , on their infernal mission, they prove themselves to be fools and madmen, as well, as savages and murderers. They have taught us a lesson, we admit; they have admonished us to be more wary and circumspect, to husband with greater care our limited resources, and not to underrate our enemy. " But 'they have ( also placed between them and us, a gulf that ca .n never be crossed by their arts or arms, and a universal determination to die, if die we must for our country, but never} permit her .tbbe subjugated by the most malignant, the most murderous, the meanest of mankind, whose name...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

AN_*APPIAJ.' IQR THE DAMVlLlE BIVIEW fne- _Appeal of Rev.: E. J. BreckiNt ridge, JXD_<, in another (eolumn, in favor of the Danville Review_^ will be read with deej_^ interest by Old-School Presbyterians. A |uty'presses upon us just now, imperiously_^ _^ o _^ _stistaift pur Church in the border Statep* i _=i)r. _OBeeokineidge was one of the _^maita* "instruments ; of saving us, some thirty years ago; froin Congregationalism, Pelagianism, and ruin. True Presbyterians owe to him animmenie debt of gratitude. And no#in; our Country's calamity he has 5 eome forward as nobly as he didin the'day^'of'- the Church's_^ danger. His ¦writings during the last year have done more, perhaps, th _^ _ia those of any other man, to save Kentucky, and the Other border -States to the Union, thereby abbreviatingthe conflict and diminishing the horrors of war. And his agency, and the instrumentality of the Periodical for( which he makes- hi3 appeal, are needed for the reestablishing of true ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

P1TTSBUR«B, _SAtURLAT, MAECfi 8,186_«. _£&• ffaai_^_gff_^_eht_^_eclfiiriour to use jHck_'t _Ad_^maknt and Dispatch Fatent t allor nearly all of our subscribers now have their paper* addressed to them _rt _yrttMy_^hy a singularly unique «_tacAiw«;«_fticA fastens on tfie _itrfrCte margin a smalt colored - address stamp" or labth ¦_wherttonappears their name plainly _printed, followed by fhedt&e up to which they have paid for tneir papers—this being'authorized by an Act of Congress. The date will always be advanced on the receipt-of subscription money, 'in _ttetixlticctir dance with the amount so received, and thus ¦ti e _an_^v_^_ryfeady and valid receipt; securing to every one, 'ana at all times, a perfect _knowledge of Ms newspaper «&• ¦c ount; so that if any error is made he can immediately detect itandhave it corrected—a boon alike valuable to me publisher and subscriberas it must terminate all _paxnful misunderstandings between them respecting _accounts...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

Progress of the War. The order of Secretary Stan ton taking possession of tne telegraph, lie being authoriaed by Congress so to do, interferes with our reception of war news, or rather_^ with information of tlie movements of our armies and with the conjectures of " special " correspondents. Some of the "enterprising?' papers complain bitterly. Honest meii are pleased to see the GrovernineiMf riioye its forces with prudent concealment. All Important information will be «Qmmumeated authoritatively, as soon as th_« public interests will permit. Neither bad_^iiews nor good news will be suppressed. _HTTSBUiiaH_, MARCH 8. 1802. The army of Ge&. Curtis has followed Price into _Arkansas, and driven him from _Fayetteville , taking a few prisoners , and much military stores. _Fayetteville is near the Western line of Arkansas and about thirty -miles South of the Missouri Hne. _' .Y_, " ' ' . 'V ' . Tib expedition of Gen. Hunter, from Leatenworfch , Kansas, to the' South, is defer...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 8 March 1862

$P0%teriait _f anner, A WEEKLY NEWSPAPER, Published at _^ITTSB-CTIROHC , ZP-A.., BY DAVID M'KWSEV & CO. THIS IS A LAEGE RELIGIOUS NEWSPAPER PRINTED ON EXCELLENT PAPER , ; AND IN SUPERIOR STYLE t IT CONTAINS on all the leading topics of the day, both Religions and S«o ular. All the various subjects that present themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of intelligent and Christian people, are discussed from the Christian stand-point, and in the comprehensive spirit of Christian charity and enlarged benevolence. From the beginning of our present National troubles, this paper, while allying itself with no political party, has . taken high and fearless ground in favor of tbe Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, and of the preservation of the integrity of the Union. Its utterances have been fine and decided, and they will continue to be such until the spirit of rebellion has been entirely quenched, and our Government once more firmly es...

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