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

UOOTSANDSHOE8, BOOTS AND SHOl fW. -JAMES . ROBB, No. 89 Market Street, _bets^; Market House and Fifth Street, would call the _attest bis friends and customers, and all others who may fan:: with their trade, that for the future he will be teds;: New Shoe Store, ' as above, .with an entirely New _Ek Boota, Shoes, Gaiters, SlippersPalm LeafPedal,_Tnrc:: Braid Hats_^ Ac; consisting in part of Gents' _tmty.y Boots. Congress Gaiters, Oxford Ties, Ac, _icj _Ladies'_.JLand Childrens' Fancy Boots, Gaiters, Ties, Slips, it.-beautiful; Boys'and Youths' Dress Boots, Shoesgfick PtimpeV-': . . ¦¦¦ ¦• His stock is one of the _latest ever opened in this dX_: embraces everything worn by the ladies Of Philadelf h:a e New York, and, ho _tTuets, cannot feilto please all. GcarehaS beentekenjin selecting the choicest goods, _s. which he warrants. He also continues to manufacture, as heretofore, C Bcriptioris of Boots and Shoesand his long experietover twenty years in business in this city is, he trust!...

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

C _OLBERTJS BNVBaLOPB _MAS_^ TORY, 55^[ South FOURTH Street, below 8* " __, ¦ , PHILADELPHIA. Envelopes, Me Sinking and Engraving, Dies Ate»' velopes Stamped with Business Cards, _HomoopaOl_^ °P«5i _wtt seatearandi printed direeMons; Paper _Bsgs_^ cultunsts, grocers, Ac. for putting un garden i&' groceries. ° PBINTINO of all _Mnda, tI« : Cards, Bfll-H«a eulars. ENGRAVING of Visiting and Wedding Carte _«l Telopee to fit exactly, of the finest EnelteMKt: American, paper. _Envelopes'- made to order of any die, _omKtf _c: eriptton. Conveyancer's _Emrelopes &r deeds, 8«* old papers, _*c_^ made in the heat manner by <¦ _ _„ ' ¦ ' _H'; • i ' . • ¦ ¦ - :, , _'- yrU. C0_W& _liktl **8 **nt _^ _^l*_reBBi or M P«r »8reeB£-

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

Jtors _pifo_. BOOKS ••»* to «• for Notice, will ti_« duly attendedto. _Thoi_« from publishers Ln Plilladalpblaj New _Tocjc_, <tee.» May %• left at our Philadelp hia Office,111 South 10th St.,b_«low Chaatnutt In ear* of Joseph M. "Wilion, E««_j.

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

P™_$_*°j_»rr OF SKEPTICISM ASD _» _r. - BIl _™A J8M > wherein the opinions of Kev Theodora Parker, and other writers ire shown to _beinconite_^wtth sound reason and the Christian religion. _ifoS v^?_L°l WnlM0 !*_£PHUa»of WTattonf&c. «3S£f ITorwleby JOHNS DAVISQN * je( MJt " ! ., ,,_« _Ma ^* Street, _Pittsttb

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

jah£8 msa . . m. c. _i MEDICAL.—DRS. BUNG A BEITi ¦ nave associated themselves !h the practice cf i cine and Surgery. Office in Dr. King's residence, 5: Fifth Street, opposite the Cathedral. Dr. Reiter will attend at the office dailyand bmt£? suited at his residence, in East _IStcrty, in the _mer and eveninzs. . ™-iL "

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

From our London Correspondent, Doctor Davidson and the Lancashire College—Dr. Halley, the new Principal of the Independent College _^ London—The two Assemblies at Edinburgh —Monstrous Case of Moderate Tyranny—The Evangelical and the EstabUshmmt-^—The Free Church—Its Revenue—Election of Professors-— Freedom of Choice and Brotherly Love—The Moderator and Ez-Moderator—Politics—France, Spain, Austria, and Hungary—The Birth-Day and the Derby-Day—Preaching to the Masses in Exeter Mall—The Tractarians Rebuked in the Mouse of Peers—E piscopal Spurgeonism—Mr. Spurgeon and the Fashion—The Weather,. the Crops, and Commerce—Mayndoth Debate and Division — Dowry to the Princess Royal — King of Prussia and England—May Meetings—Hon Meal Dow at Exeter Mall. XibNDONj May 29,1857. The Committee of the Lancashire College will soon be called to decide on the rnspirafidhr _5_$e British' ' StimdafU_? conducted by Dr. Campbell, has been exhorting them to do their duty fearlessly, and quotes at length f...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

Bho _Prcsbjrterian Banner and Advocatai. _fenfaoit Baptism.—No. 4. I last Number, we insisted on the pit fact, that of the seven individual j_> recorded in the Acts of the Aposfewer than four stand in connexion f baptism of whole families. Lest should complain that we have lim-. examination to a single book of the wtament, we will very cheerfully the inquiry to the inspired Epistles. pis contained in these writings havf bearing on the case, is the follow i-i: 14—17 "I thank God that I bape of you bat Crispus and Gains ; lest Id say that I baptized in mine own name. btized also the household of Stephanas; £ know not whether I baptized any other. |t sent me not to baptize, but to preach Jil" m B we have already taken into the _Epa being mentioned in the Acts of ¦ties. As to Gains we do not learn ltd any family proper. Stephanas U first fruits of Aehaia/' and of Peliever. There is no record of his L but here is a special one of the of his family. We must, thereto our forme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

Jor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Religion; OS , LETTERS TO A FRIEND ON THE DOCTRINES AND DUTIES Of THE BIBLE. Letter'-'XXII. —Regeneration. The eyes of your understanding being enlightened.— Eph. i; 18. My Dear Friend :—As to the nature of regeneration, the answer to the question, " What is effectual calling?" gives you a correct notion of it:— " Effectual calling is the work of God's Spirit, whreby, convincing us of our sin and misery, enlightening our minds in the knowledge of Christ, and renewing our wills, he doth persuade and en able to embrace Jesus Christ, freely offered to us in the Gospel."—Short. Cat., Quest. 31. Here is the work of God's Spirit; here is the conviction of sin and misery; here is enlightening the mind in the knowledge of Christ; here is the renewing of the will; here is persuading and enabling to embrace Jesus Christ, freely offered in the Gospel. So our Confession of Faith teaches: " All those whom God hath predestinated unto life, and those o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

_Original _foetrg. The Grave. BY ,T. Q. A. 8OM._IVAS. live! the Grave! _thou 'rt very drear ttm who sings thee this, »m the circle of my friends, _tmany a form I miss. tore than friends I miss, and more Hught on earth I 've foundfa dear, long since was laid liii thy narrow bound. ia the church-yard, 'midst the trees, . _sld Btone church hard by, m hath returned to dust, Writ to the sky. ¦F Hive, why shouldstthou seem so drear? Rtby thee is given; _Kr thou art the gate through which loved ones pass to heaven. jr-At I may not fear thee, Grave; (that I may not fear |imy God upon that day, 11 my doom will hear. hrill open on my sight, peace be mine forever; _jtour and my father, too, feted from me never. Wftg_, 1857.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

Stern says: " The grand error of life is, we look too far; we scale the heavens; we dig down to the centre of the earth for systems, and we forget ourselves. Truth lies before us; it is in the Mghway path, and the ploughman treads on it with clouted shoes." What Christ procured at the expense of Ms _labors, sufferings and death, we are invited to come and receive, "without money and without price." — * - - — ¦ : All our resHn this world is from trust in God.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

Caution.—We cannot judge what men are, by what they have been formerly; nor what they will do, by what they have done: age and experience may make men wiser and better. They that had sold Joseph, yet would not abandon Benjamin: the worst may mend in time k

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

Insanity and Religion. The numerous cas _h es in which we find insanity developed in connexion with religion} sometimes seemingly but co-existent, at others apparently springing from it as a cause, and often leading to the most disastrous conequencesj makes the subject one of immense importance. Its importance concerns every individual; but especially does it devolve upon the Christian minister responsibilities which he,should deeply feel. In cases of mental disease the'minister, as being the man charged with the cure-of souls, is first sent for, and is mainly relied upon. He ought hence to be a man'well instructed_^ and possessed of great discriminating powers. He should be able to discern the character of the disease, to ascertain its cause, and to apply a remedy. Does it. need to be treated by the physician ?: Or by the minister of Christ ? Or by both? Can he direct to the proper medical adviser? Or are Gospel remedies the things needed? Is the,patient in a state to receive t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

•: ; The Trials of aa Editor. We are much obliged to a friend, whom our eyes have never yet beheld, for the following; article.. _,We trust that it will be read,- and be regarded as all in point, excepi the _^signature. That <should have been Somejbody,4 rather! than Notody. But We shall Jet him pass in his modesty, since we are told tbat before the; High and Holy one, all nations are as nothing. ; ; , ¦;•¦• ¦ An, editor may be supposed to become very indifferent .to fault-firidirig, and not to be moved, unless by something, very severe. ' This is ordinarily,* with. the , religious press at least, a very great mistake. He. has his sensibilities; and they may become even moire acute by their being operated upon. He has set himself for usefulness in the Church and the world_^ desires also success in business. Neither of .these»can be accomplished unless'he shall make himself extensively _acceptable. _Td this end he proposes: to himself a subject, or class of subjects,, lays...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Theological Seminaries. Mr. Editor :—Prompted solely by a desire for the welfare of our Zion, I ask a small space in .your columns,. on the question of Theological Seminaries. ¦ The subject is one involving, deeply, the cause of Christian beneficence, 'and for this, as well as many other reasons, should be seriously considered and discussed.. The present juncture seems to be appropriate, for such discussion. We need light, and light is elicited by sober discussion-. The design of the writer is not so much to discuss this question himself, as to evoke discussion from _< abler pens. As to _Uie <p6liey, i of establishing and endowing it Theological Seminaries_^ we regard as sol only wise, and judicious, but as fully settled, and not now to be reconsidered. Some disadvantages, we freely confess, attach to the training of young ;meii for the ministry, in Theological halls) yet the advantages, al things considered, .so manifestly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

., . . , ., Eastern Sununary.v _; v : BOSTON AND NEW _ENGJiAND. , ' TheBowDOiN Stbeet Congregational _Society is reported by the Purilan.Recorder, to have lately _presented the Bev. J)r. ,_Waterbury,;$6,0p0, upon his resignation of that charge, as-a token of their appreciation of his _services, and of the regret felt at severing the ties between pastor and people. Quite a different spirit is not unfrequently seen, in the dissolution of pastoral relationships. The Hon. N. P. Banks, late Speaker of the United States House of Representatives, was nominated for the office of Governor of Massachusetts, by the American State: Convention, on the 16th inst. He has since accepted tlie nomination. Eliphalet Nash, of Springfield, was nominated for Lieut. Governor, and John H; Clifton for Attorney General. This Convention declared its adhesion to the resolutions of the: SpringfieM -Americar i platform," but repudiated those lately passed by the 'American Convention at LouiBville. • ' The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

Ecclesiastical. Bev. Ross Sevenson has been called _t, WestKishacoquillas, Pa.; also to _Farming ton, 111. We nave not learned whether <Mr. Stevenson has decided on _accepts , either of these calls. Rev. John M. Q-alloway's Post Office ai ' dress is changed from Steubenvilie , Ohio to Glearfield, Pa., whither he has _removed to take charge of the Presbyterian _churcii in that place. Correspondents and others, will please note the change. Mr. James A. McIntyre, a student of the Western Theological Seminary, was licensed to preach the Gospel, by the Presbytery of Allegheny City, on Tues. day, the 16feh inst. Mr. Thos. <x. Smith has received a call from the Fourth church, Cincinnati Ohio; Mr. Thos. F. Courtleyow one from the church of Williamsbnrgh, Ohio ; _aod Mr. James H. Clark, one from the church_, es of Pisgah and Somerset, Ohio. The pastoral relation existing between the Rev. S. F. Porter and the churches of Frenchtown and Kingwoood, New Jersey, has been dissolv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

The attention of ministers and Sessions of the Presbytery of Allegheny City, is called to the meeting at Concord, on next Tuesday. A Church Organized in Kansas City. —A; Presbyterian cnurch:; was organized in Kansas City, by the Rev. Messrs, Bracken and Symington, Mo., on the 1st Sabbath of April. The labors of Mr. Symington are divided between this place and Westport. A call is made for aid in. erecting a church in the former .place. Sermon on Domestic MjssioNS.—We are much pleased to learn that Dr. Howard, of our city, will preach, in the Second churchy on Sabbath morning next, his sermon delivered before the late General Assembly on Domestic Missions. We listened to the sermon once with great interest, and would be p leased' to hear it igainj and would invite all who conveniently can attend, to be present. . Memoirs and Whitings of Rev.; Dr. Lindsley.—A memoir of the late Eev. Philip Lindsleyi D.D., edited by the Rev. W. B. Sprague, D.D., with a selection from his writings,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

The Fourth of July. ; We see, in many of our secular exchanges, tlie annunciation of loud calls to preparation for celebrating the anniversary of the Declaration of Independence. The end professedly in: view we commend j but the manner in which that great national event is commemorated, does not always meet our approbation., The,reading of the celebrated document is highly proper j and patriotic orations are proper j and a good dinner may-be unobjectionable j and against the consumption of a little powder on that day, we should not declaim with any great violence, whether the "thing were done by large boys or small ones. And we would, find no serious fault with the . ladies if they should choose to take an airing on that day—a promenade or a sail, and participate in becoxriirig festivities. But we object seriously to the drinking whichis usual, and the carousing, and the party political declamation and abuse, and to the vain boasting, which- are so common on the occasion. "We di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

American Sunday School Union; The New Orleans Evening Times contains a notice of efforts lridpfbgress _'ofthis: Institution _m the Soutli r West., '_^e are pleased to see that I)r. J... -S. Cppes,,of New Orleans, has been-appointed a "Vice President of the Union, m The Timm _f speaking of the principle of the Parent - Society, " fo establish a Sunday (School wherever_^ there ;is jt population destitute of it," says :¦_¦:.. .,-,.- , , -, On this broad plan, the {e South-Western Sunday School Union" has been organized in our midst, auxiliary to the parent Society, but under the entire guidance and. control of Southern men. They have established a Sunday School Depository in this city, which they are endeavoring to endow, and to keep amply supplied with the publications of the _^American Sunday School Union," : for the iinmediate accommodatiori u of the South-West; _dnd to- this they ask the attention and aid of all_;the friends of Sunday Schools, thus to quicken and strengthen; th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 27 June 1857

Union of the Associate; and Associate B,eformed Churches. \ - ,,-The Basis of union between these two bodies Having been adopted at the late sessions of their , highest Ecclesiastical Courts, the connexion is likely to be consummated. It is to take place in one year from the adoption of the instrument. Whether'it will make one body or three bodies out of two,1 is yet to be determined. There is still some variety; fit sentiment among the .members. We trust, that it will not result in farther splitting-among Presbyterians; We, would never crowd together those who cannot agree 5 but would hope that among the truly orthodox there will be found.sbme one existing, denomination in which such as cannot adopt the: Basis may find for themselves a happy home, - and a suitable field for labor. A Ratification meetingwas held in our city, on Monday evening: last, by members of the two Churches, at which resolutions were adopted declarative;of arpurpose to act together_^ from _;the present t...

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