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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

From our London Correspondent. Modern Science doing homage to Religion-—British ' ¦ Association, and President' *' Address—Scoffers ¦: put to shame—Otology arid Ethnology—Assyrian ' ¦ Monuments, and Geographical Discoveries—Dr. Livingston—The Crystaland the Half Holiday ; , Demonstration~-The Crystal Palace—Art and Religion—The Scottish " Traveler's" GoodSer' vice—The Scottish Nobility, and Scotland's Church . •—Op'eti Air Preaching—Jenny Lind a Christian —Gambling Tables in Germany—Liberty and Bull Fights in France—Sale of Livings— Cases in i point—Gloomy aspect of affairs—The Merrimac. LoN^ONj September 30, 1856. Among the topics of interest bearing on the Advancement op Religion, and the welfare of riianMnd, which I have failed to notice, amid so many urgent matters claiming attention, not the least important is the spirit of reverence for Revelation which riiarked the opening address , and the whole proceedings] of^the,- British Association for the advancement * of Scien...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

jrosc v Ecclesiastical. xue umce address dlsRev. J. M. Jones, is changed from Newton, Jasper Count?, Iowa, to Waleoct* Scott County, Iowa. Kiev. WniiAk U. GLENN has removed from Waque,:^.} to German Valley, New Jersey. /,''*¦ **$?' X*.;!B[vJLon6, of Urbana, has received » c^ft^p Hamilton, Ohio. Re^ J^jojg McDouqajll's I^t Office ad-,: ^flress is Freeport r Long Island. KevT E. L. Dodder's Post Office Address will fBe, hereafter, Fort Dodge, Iowa, instead of Dunleith, IU. Rev. John Elliott requests to be addressed at Alexandria , Pa., instead of Williamsburgh. Kev. & P. Tan Wyck, of Chester, P^ , has accepted a call t6 Gettysbnrg h, Pa. Hev. Hensy B. .Chadpin , New York, has accepted * a call to' ttie Second church, Steubenville , ,0 ^ hio. ' Rev. John j|. JttABais, late of Columbia Seminary,.has,taken charge of Bethesda chuxchj Gft^ir|e%vilie. South Carolina.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Singapore Presbyterian Church. We learn front the Edinburg Witness that some time ago, a Commission was sent to the Rev. Dr. Gruthrie, from five or six gentlemen resident at Singapore, India, giving him full power to select arid send out for them a Presbyterian minister. This commission was accompanied with a bond, securing an ample salary, together with the assurance that as soon as the church would be properly organized, arid* its machinery Bet in motion, a still larger salary would be obtained.. Dr. Guthrie has selected the Rev. Mr. Frazer, of the Free Church of Scotland, for this important post, and he is said to be in every way qualified to fill it with efficiency. ¦' ' ¦' *mmm * - ; ¦ : ¦ . 'The Advocates of the New Version, These gentlemen seem to be aware of the general unpopularity of the movement in which they are engaged, and hence some of them reaort to the most outrageous statements when necessary, to effect their purposes. Language such as that used in the following ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Synod of Virginia. This Synod met in the First Presbyterian church of Riehmono", on last Wednesday evening, and was opened with a sermon, by the Rev. S. R. Houston, from Zeeh. iv: 7-The subject of the sermon was the obstacles that exist to the progress of Christ's kingdom and the encouragements to labor for that progress. The Rev. S. W. Armstrong was elected Moderator. The claims of the Board of Education were presented by Rev. Dr. Wood, one of the Secretaries. Rev. T. V. Moore, D. D., was appointed to preach the next annual sermon on Popery. This Synod will meet next year, iri Lewis; burg, on the first Wednesday of September, at 7 J o'clock P. M. '

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

:;-! The Synod of Pittsburgh. This body convened at 3 o'clock on Tuesday of this week, in the First Presbyterian church, and was opened with a sermon by the Rev. M. W. Jacobus, D. D.,—truly a discourse for the times, such as we would be p leased to see issued in a more permanent form.' Dr. Kirkpatriek was elected Moderator, and Rev. O. H. Miller Temporary Clerk. Synod appears to be pretty fully attended. Temperance. We are pleased to record the action of the Presbytery of Clarion, on the subject of a renewed temperance effort. The cause is common to all, in its interests —to male arid female, rulers and ruled; Christians . arid statesmen, ministers and people. Political excitement is likely soon to subside. Now is the time for the friends ofthe enslaved by appetite to strike for their release. There are inany masters who claim a domiiiipni over man; the appetite for strong drink is one of the most cruel. Let it not destroy perpetually.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

pTtarg $tota. admn^ «e»t n» a Notice, will !»• duly iJHbd < »• Those from puMUfier * in Phllaj^Ei, New York, *€v,«iay be l«ft at our ^Belphla Office* 87 South 10th St., litlow ^Kut» In care of Joseph WT. Wihon, Ksq. Bftun Litf. of a Nation. Ati Address, by Htv j£- D. Me Master, I), p., before the Liter-^¦Societi es of Miam i University. |Hk.dclress is able. In some parts it is exeel-^Kit in others it will not meet with universal Hition. WM ^M ' us-FoTiT* Test op Mobebs 3pirituai.t8m. WUfilliam Gordon, D. D. 12mo., pp. 408. HP-York: Charles Seribner, 377 and 379 fffl Wway. 1856. MK a very extraordinary book, on a sabject ij^Bks engrossed far more att ention than many i|^^ KhuTch-going population have imagined. H^H tnn has bpen led to devote a considerable of i^Hji'to practices spiritualists, and the j^^Rf spiritualism. The result, of his invesj^His that he felt compelled to adopt a choice ^^Ebmatcrialism and spiritual agency. He I^H&e latter, and believes that ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

¦tins IIrpartmnit m^^^m. ' ' f^^E Election News. *q^^RpVAN'[A —The official returns have been rdtw^^Bf 56 counties ; 36 of which give a BjiPfHg majority of 32,688, and 28 a Union Di u^Wippp'80 ,r,K0. By these figures, the Demo-^Sm^6t havc a aiajority of 2,102. •^HBp. —The election of Willard, Democrat, l|^^H jior, is conceded by a majority exceeding PH^Hand. The returns indicate a small Re-P«|HB|mnjority in the State Senate, and a d|^Bo majority in the House. The Con-MM^B i' districts, are all heard from, and the nlu^Kgation will stand seven Democrats and ?IHHi>B. jfsH^PThis State has gone for the RepublinB^^K Dy how much maj ority we are unabl e to |n|HHwill probably be about thirty thousand. J^^^Ba.—Complete returns from this State | 9BBb election of M. S. Perry, the Demol g| mlUuididate as Governor, by four hundred fl^HH' The Legislature is Democratic. From The Coatasville Academy, Pennsylvania. Report of the Committee, who were appointed to attend the semi-annual ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

trtutnphnnt success in expelling worms. Read | ihp following :— j JIarkisonviu/b, Shelby Co., Ky., April 2,1849. | —J. K idd & Co.—I am a practicing physician, rending permanently in this place. In the year 1S43, when a resident of the State of Missouri, I became acquainted with the superior virtues of Dr. M'Lane's Vermifuge. At some more leisure moment, I will send you the result of an experiment I made with one vial, in expelling upwards of nine hundred worms. L. Cabter, M. D. JKsT* Purchasers will be careful to ask for Dr. W Lane's Celebrated Vermifuge, manufactured by Fleming Bros., of Pittsburgh, Pa. All other Vermifuges in comparison are woithless. Dr. M'Lane's genuine Vermifuge, also Ms Celebrated Liver Pills, can now be had at all respectable drug stores. None genuine without the signature of FLEMING . BROS. by same author. Memoirs of Mis'" Newton, by Rev. John Builio. The Martyr of Sumatra, a Memoir of Henry Lyman. Aliu-geBupply of Carter & Bros.' other ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

PROSPECTUS OF THE PRflSBTTBRIiN BMNBB AND The Banheb is published weekly, in the cities of Pitta. barghand Philadelphia, and la adapted to general cSrcviiltfon in the Presbyterian Church. «-«*»» TERMS IN ADVANCE, $1,60 i«r ye,r. IN 0LUB8 of twenty, and upwards, 1.26 » « DELIVERED in either of the cities, 1.76 " «« ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. For eight lines, or less, one insertion 60 cents; each subsequent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional line, beyond eight, S cents for every insertion. For eight lines, three months, $3.00. Each additional line 25 cents. For eight lines, One Tear, §10.00. Each additional line il. Cakds of two lines, $5 a year, and $1 for «ach additional line. BnsnrasB Nonom of tea lines or less, One Dollar. Each additional line, 5 ct.nt'. ... .«®- Communications rewmmendatory of Inventions, Medical Practice, Schools, &c. &c. being designed for the pecuniary benefit of Individuals, should he vaidjbr as Business Notices. . ¦ Remit '*&gt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

BiFD-^-On Friday, the 17lh ult., at the residence of her 6ott,T. Ascott, 262 Penn Street, Mrsl Rbbecca Scott, in the 6Sth;jear.of her age. ... . . - : i;.,.^i :.;... ..-;-,:• ..: She died with a good hope of a glorious immortality; trusting in the atonement of Jesus Christ alone for justification and complete redemption."" Her'remains were 'taken to IiOttdori^ Fianklin County^;' f6r interment.' •Died—On Thursday, the 2d inst,, ^AEGARi!T,dangnterof William M. arid Alice Jane Gibson, agett 2^years and 5jdays; ! Those lustrous eyes no longer sparkle with childish joy; that lovely conntenance, nojonger checis the parent's heart., that innocent, prattling, tongue is now * hushed in death. The earth contains all that was mortal of little Margaret; bat the immortal part is safe and happy, far above. Dnsn—October 3d, 1866?in->R,ossviileMa., of congestion of tbe spine, . Waiter .Etuow * son. of Rev. J. W.-and E. R. ! M'CluBk'y, aged ihree'years,"three months,'• ' and' twenty-two " d...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

On th'e2d of October, by Rev. j: it. PoTTE^ Mr. Abeam Benton to Miss .Sabah Jane Matbbeby, both,of Jackson County, Iowa. '-' .... . By Rev. J. M. Barnett, on Tuesday evening, September 30fMr.K JpHK I.Dougcass, of West? Newton,Paf, »to Miss Jawb. C, daughter of Moses Fulton, Esq., of Derry Township, "Westmoreland County, Pa. : ; '* $l'iy.-At Williamsbnirg. Pa, on the Vih inst.| ,|yjRev. John Elliott, Mr. RoiiMf StEWABT,*df'Hopewelli Plij'tolWiss Lizzib, eldest daughter of the late John S. Patton, of Kentucky. ¦ On %Ionday evening, October 6th; at tbetresidence of Mr. "Wm. K. Fulton, in Jsxcbangeville, Pa., byltev. James M. Shields, Mr. Jon«'A. BBAi^ to Miss^BnoiiaaQLiMBER, ail of Mercer County. O-h thi" 15tE of October, by Rev: William-Annan, Mr. M?Gxaine, of Sharon^Pa., toMiBs.f BkiB '^ieccHBBj iof;Alle^ kluinyCity, .,?.. v - _ - ,,,.. . ,: .. .,,,f j, ^,u . li{Ul , :- ,-On the 14th . of October, at M'Ewensville, Pa., by Rev.-D, Oastdn.'of Philadelphia, Rev. H. Q.-Graham,' of New ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Ipfc. :;:: ' . TRUSTEES OF WESTERN THEOLOGICAL SE3UNARY. Mm regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Western Tlwological Seminary will be held in the" Lecture Koom of the First Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, on the Second Tttesday'(llth) of Npvember,at 10 o'clock A. M. : R ^ WRAY, Secretary. PresTjyterial Notices. The PRESBYTERY OF ALLEGHENY will meetat Union, on tho First Wednesday of November, at 11 o'clock, A. M. NEWTON BRACKEN, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTTSRY1 OF CONCORD stands kdjborned, to Tiieet in StatPBville, Iredell County, N.O., on;the First Wednesday in'Nbvember, at 11'o'clock A. M. I c ; R.1I. LAFFJERTY,' Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Joreian Intelligence. The British Mail steamer Persia, from Liverpool, on Saturday, the 4th, arrived at Naw York on the 14th. inst. Englnnrl. The subjects of interest in Earope continue t« be three: the pressure upon Naplp", the Belgrade boundary, and the question of the Isle of Serpent. " . To these may be added the question of the Turkish Principalities. The London Star, of October 3d, has the following paragraph: "Private letters received from Paris confirm the rumor as to the great anxiety felt in all qnar ters respecting the condition of France, and more particularly in reference to the Emperor, whose state of health gives serious cause for alarm. On the Bourse there appears to be successive and heavy falls in the value of the funds, more than sufficient tn create alarm and provoke predictions about the future." : . ;, Respecting the proposed demonstration against Naples, the only reliable information is given by the JVord, of Brussels, in the shape of a letter from Vienn...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

¦ Z-i§GXf^^Wi$i£ : ;" ¦' ."' . '¦' " rrpm the Stew York ISyangelist,:,'' , , ¦ !.;;; ¦ -; / "Drive Jour Owa ' C^'!- ;. ^\;: ':. ; ^Tpirinust ' drive ypiir own', qart£ my child. I would drive it for you if I cpulcl, bai.iliat':cana6ti-^W.'': :^Be' 'patieiit 7 -be''.i3ravey be persevering, ^nd you will get out oh the other side of xtheshadowSj before long." _ So said the best friend .'orphan Hairy had ever -known,* to ' Mmf wheii he 'came in*di#- folded the gentle boy to his heart, and sheltered him there from all rude contact with the harsh and jostling world; but he knew that this' could not be, and he knew also, that so it were not 'well with the child.1 Harry, must take the great and wide world by the hand, as all had done who had wrestled with it before him; he must learn to ' labor and to, wait/ After making ready and eating their simple evening meal, Harry sat again by the side of his Uncle, and read from the Word of God. He opened accidentally, providentially, rather, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

JUST ISSUB-3D—JA.COBCrS»SWP. TB!Sq3S Wll QOStUSI. BY JOHN.-TWs is' tbe] third Tolwne nt- a. series outhe EvangelifitB. The following are a part ot the Sy tesUmonies b?me In favor of the former portions °? « fh«»rk 4oltimes display in a Tery eminent degree tie excellences vhich «hould appear, in a^ndensed SmmSy on any portion of the Word of God. 'Ibey SS?b«»»"»VofaU the best writers . and Coia-Sow on the Gospels. The labor which they must Cve cost is immense, and could only have neen devoted by : o£T3£» ^art was in the, work. -The Harmony of the Gosoels which is interwoven.'in the Notes. , and the wonde?- fol Sensktion <f facts and expositions, render both-rolnmes extremely valuable."—Presb. Banner. - ¦•-¦¦ -. -¦:. ^ Por valuable condensation, ,and acpuracy and, safety of iiiterbfetation, we think it superior to Barnos, and would admits use in bur Bible 01*me8. >?-ChristianIntelkffencer. "Admirably adapted to the Sabbath School, Bible Class, and family,, with this adv...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

Pilffl|$-; Action of Sugar on tBe Teeth.'., - ,;.',¦ -<, "Tfie' CHarlestonj (S. C, j MedicalJburnal state&: ttiat MC; Jjai ;&^in thk dpirse.pjf/liisinvestigations on the teeth, arrived at the" ipllpwiBg,conclusipps:: r *''.,...,/ '.;' .".'.'! ,;' - '¦; .' ¦'" V " First Eefined sugar,;from,eithier,cane or beets/ itf injuripus tp : healthy teeth ^ either hjt immediate' cb.ntact witH these organs or jby* tlie gas developed^ owing tp its stoppage, IQ^the.-StOinsMjhv.^-'.:':"! ." ?;-:r-.-r:;. • ¦ . ¦ .vtv.r-'"'"' ' 1 ¦ ¦ „ ¦ ¦ ¦¦ .; \ <ric' Second! "If a'tooth is' macerated in a saturated:splutipn of sugar, it ^ is so much altered in the chemiieal composition 'that itbeppmes gelatinpas^: ;and:ite-^enaihel;';b p^ spongy and easily, brokenv . . ; " Third. This', modification^is due, not to free acid, but to a* t'endency of-sugar to combine with :the calcareous": basis-oi* the tPPth^ '! ¦ ^ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ ¦ ' ¦'¦l'- ' '¦ ¦ ¦' . ' ¦ J::-yi , '-i ' , - , ' :...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

li^ftffrtt : ; 'Watch, Motaien ; ' Mbflifer '! watch the little feet, ' ; ,/, CiimMng o'er the garden walli \[ Bounding through " the busy ^street, 1 Eanging cellar, shed and hall. NeVerinind the moments lost;" Neveir mind the tinielt costs;. iitt]e,feet will go a'slray— ' , , , (Juiaelihem,, mother, yrial^jqnmnf. _^ Mother! watch the Httlethand, Picking herrieslby * thejway, Making houses iii the sand, Tossing up the fragrant hay. - ; Never dare the question ask:' ,-.; ."-W^to " me?the: "wearyjtaBk ' ? >?;; ¦¦ •• ' -.i^ - :- .- ¦" '"! liThei^^uae^jifctle hanili may' ' - prove ': 1 : Meeieo'gers''of£ light and love. MoUier,! watchlthelittle^tongue - ¦ ': ':; I'V''Pratingfelo^uenti arid;."wild; ¦ ' ¦ ' ¦ ,:, - ': ; ;- . - . _ ;f .What is said:andiwhat is sung, ,.; , ,.,f By,the joyous, happy;'child..v - .,.„ • ,.:.-, •. . ,.-, «.- Cateh'the "ffqrd-whpe'yet unspoken:; : ,ifvStopAhevdwibefore Hisbrdken; . «* !'-3<£|f-|i|ffie^^^e^4y j^^cisSM '^ " Blessings in ther ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

: iir^^M^S ¦ • ' ,-v^- ..;,.,. -: ;t>...t-TexalC-Cftal.^ ' ,„•;-,,, , ,,. ,-...,,i; . , The;; Cral^estpnJ: 2^^M^S :''HlSjc:'Tyaon': has just arriyedjin this xsity, and has shown us a sample o^ cb^ i frpmthe, banks of the Brazos Kiver, iaMilam .Cpunty,, pf which, he says, the supply is inexhaustible/' The News goes on,t6(,,state, that c 5 Mr. Tyson censiders it superipr to any pther coal for generating steairi^: It ¦ burns very readily, but with less smble than the Pittsburgh or bituminous coaL«. Thfe bed from which this specimen iwas 'tal£eri lies., abput :eight miles abpve jPprt'Sullivan? and extends upf and^ ^ do^n the nv#r^ Sbbiitf ¦half-a^nitte'Pr i each sidfij the ny$ ~ r.:/|^^ng'^mugHftlie: stratum. Mr; Tysonthinks this cpal can be taken to thfe'eoast very( rea^lilyyan'd is about to settle^ in iffalve|l»n, fcnrst'tliey Jurppse pf Engaging ; in ike 'coal. business^'^^ayoM, |^^^ I ¦ . ; 1 >. ' iv'\ Desciatton^bf !Balestine. In Jfg Jestine,, .ypu. are nearly...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

: : ¦ : * -.M®;;w,' BS^w&. ',--.7-vi OOKEECTED> l WBBKiT- IO» THIS PAPBKi risinisxiiViaiiA. nhwjbksbt * dbii!a.wakb. Banks of Pittsburgh, par All solvent banks, j. 1^ Banks of Philadelphia, par VUtGINIA. v Bank of Chamhershurg, % ^n so lyent banks, 5i BJSS ' ¦ ' " I^ fc^o^r f Maokof^ewcasttep ' % 4P fl W^bM »*8i - <l ;2 Eriebanlc, *¦ ifc -; •' fll < 'SOUTH OAEOLINA. lann. 4 Lrov. Waynesb'g, % All solvent banks, 2 franklin bk. Washington , par -• ¦ GBOK&IA gei^Sh^ '^- :m^immm%k - ir'4% BankbfiWaMS, • f • VIBNjrasSBB.; . * * Torkbaak; ¦ '' ;J^ AUaolTenthanks, - 4 Belief Notes, ' jf ' '' *'[\ .KBSptOKT., V . - - ;' ;; All other solvent banks, par All solvent banks , % ;- • ¦ ¦ .. - _ ¦ '•;: -OHIOV1 *"' ' '¦ ¦ ¦<• •• ^'iflipitAHA. '-'" -¦'¦ - State "bank, and branches , % Bt&i» bank arid branches, % All other solvent, banks, % ' "[; ;v ,' %isg0Tffa.^ ,,! ',, , HBW BMiDAKD. ' Bank of State ofMissouri ,^ -^ ^Tf11 *11 ?*1 !?^!;» M&g...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 25 October 1856

; f |^ Pt ¦ UM-VnM a u v u *- ^»***j*^»* ^ ****** ~~v might not only, by writing such wonderful poetry'as is found in Job, (and ppetry is said to be older than prose,) be fitting himself for his task asa penman of law and history.) 115 lillliUU \\\\£UJMt4llUI0 iWA lor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. ?; *•, -^bli^iriinftayfif^Ho: !^.! ' ; ' , f. liONQBVlTY.-—iQiN. v: 3 , 82 j xi: 10, 32. 'The average length of the eleven generatiptts .before the flood ia one hundred and fifty years; and that pf the fourteen whicB! fpllpw; Up to the birth pf Mpses^, is fifty-five : years. The average age of the antediluvian /patriarchs is eight hundred and fifty-seven years; or, leaving Enoch, whp dii not attain to full age, out pf the numbei, nine hundred arid twelve years. The postdiluvian patriarchs, up to Abraham, taking Shem into the count, attained to the average age of three hundred and twentynine years; those that follow up to Moses, to ene hundred and fifty-three yeari;, or th...

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