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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

i (H: _._^nderfnlly, [Careful About Technical Points.—About as shallow a pretence_^for a ,,[dishonorable and dishonest proceeding as ' we h'av_^ seen for some time, is found in the following: The only (jhurch in our country which ''distributes funds Northward from a Southern centre/ is we think, the Cumberland Presbyterian. Its Board of Missions, how-: ever, have come to the conclusion not to pays its missionaries i in the Northj having taken the tfollowing iaction ¦ _¦ — ' ¦ * The State of Tennessee,'in ' Which tthe Board is located as acorporate body, is now a member of the Confederate States of America, and _^ as suchj at war with the United States of America j therefore_^ according to the law of nations, it wouldf be -fllegal _tb make remittances to missionaries in' the'bounds' of the States that -are/at waif -with the'Confederate StateS;"'M-i /'is:-;:- '_^ ¦:¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ • ¦¦ •<!/ >': _i The man who' proposed the above actionis worthy of a pension for life, fro...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

* _'- _' • ¦'*¦ _Kentucky ¦ • ' : ; :'!' Public attention has been directed with much interest, to this State. The Secessionists were determined to have it, by ohoice_^ by policy_^ or by force. When the matter was put to the > choice of the people, they determined, by a large majority, not to leave the Union. But the people of Virginia and Tennessee had both so determined, and yet policy, by the aid of rebel Governors, had carried an act of Secession. Hence, as Kentucky had a Governor possessed of? a rebel _heartgit |_Tas ttioughtJthatiBKe also could _bTS man aged; This proved a failure. On the election of;a >: ney Legislature, an immense majority voted for Union men. Force, then, was the last resort. Th|s was inaugurated by an invasion, and the takia _8, possession of the Heights on the West bank of the Mississippi, at Hickman and Columbus; from which places, the rebel army, mostly Tennesseettiisi_.junder direction of General Polk, set out for Padioah, on the Ohio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

FRE8BITEKIAL NOTICES PRESBYTERY OF _ERIB.—In consequence of the day ot ftsttngand prayer_^ together "with the postponement of the meeting of Synodthe Presbytery of Erie will not meet at Morcer, as _advertised, but lit Newcastle, on Saturday after' noon, at 3 o'clock, during the sessions of Synod. J. W. M'CUNE, Moderator. S. J. M. EATON, Stated Clerk. , The PRESBYTERY 01 IORT WAYNE will meet at _Wabnsh_, on Mpnaay, the 7th_, day of October, at 7 o'clock P. M. Churches are all expected to forward to that meeting one cent per member, as a contribution to the Synodical 1'_iuid. W. M. DONALDSON, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY OF CARLISLE will hold its next staled meeting in the 1'resbyterian church of Meehanicsbttrg, Pa., on Tuesday, October 1st, at 7}_£ o'clock P. M. • >>_v ;A. D_» MITOHiiXiL,*Stated Clerk. , •. .r.-;: • * l <;,.;_, _Vv.., i_*v i $%'•-* hi \ i ; The PRESBYTERY OF ROOK RIVER will meet in the Presbyterian church at Princetonon Monday evening; Octo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

"ITPRISIN_0 OFA_^i_^EiTFEtfP_^E -0H4HES S0EHNE1, -.h. NO. 124 _fflRAND STREET, NEW-YOliK_: ' , . . ¦ _- • ¦ , Will publish in a few days ,: ; . THIS REMARKABLE FRENCH BOOK. «<ihe _liprising of a_{ Great?_feople_; %HE UNTIED STATES IN 186_L ;•:• ¦ _< By Count de Gasparin._; .Translated;by Miss Booth, vl vol., ... - 12mo., 75 cents. , . • Tlie New-York 2_%ttes ' says of'it: "The ' thorough intellectual mastery of <the:_subject determines tho quality of the book,,the moral warmth which runslatentttirpngh it (breaking at times'intd. an' eloquence whieb fairly buriJs)2-takcs its po. werfrom the yeiglit of; his' facts; and the fora_^_- 'of his logic.' There is in his treatment of the question, a ' wise moderation that carrieswith'it.convincing-toree. _?' '..,n ¦: ': i The _NewiYprk Evening _Posf._says:: _f_^It is the, wisest bopk which has been written upon" America since De Tbcqiievillr!. : * ' • ;¦ .* _, Remarkable itbr its intelligencej its insight, its logic, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

erett, on • the Fourth of July. ' He heard Mr. Everett in Roxbury some time since. He wanted that or some similar oration in JNew-York, and he undertook to lift the whole responsibility, and did so. The men whose names were-to the call were not expected to, and dicing assume one dollar of the _expense. The Academy of Music was engaged by Mr. Bontier, and all other expenses assumed*. But an unexpected embarrassment arose. The proceeds were to gO]tp:thejfatm]je8 of tW* volunteers.- _:Mr. , Everett wanted one-hrfl.f of the profits to fo to the families of/'tho Massachusetts soliera. But Mr. " Bonner kuew New-York well enough toVknow that that would nofc _^ _gp _^_waf _JJonner_/had ,_>h | i8rswQrd in hairtf t6 _imTpie ugly _kpot. BCe hunded Mr. Eve * _rew his own cheek for one thousand _dollars,/ to be paid to the Massachusetts _vblunjieers, and put into the New-York treasury/,ihe fttir8 : uin.g_*tj_^eredrn,jr9|[i; the vast Mid loyal thrdnf _g; swiiyect _^by ' tiematchless _o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

Items of lews* ; w/ .-..; Whbbb dobs the South get ifs h _PbwDlk?-r-The Troy Whiff thrdwsoutthe following suggestion as ' to the source from which the rebels' get their powder: : '-n _. u "¦¦ ': ¦¦ ¦' _" _' ¦"¦ ¦ ¦¦'¦ ¦ - ¦ ¦- .. In conversation the other day with1 a lekding powder manufacturer of this vicinity, we asked him where he supposed the rebels obtained their powde? He said he had no doubt they had been furnished with large quantities from the North, and that it had reachedtheifa. ' through.Kentucky. He said there were rib powder mills _ii the Southern States to his _^ knowledge; that he had heard of there being a mill in Virginia, but:he had never yet found apowder, man or powder user who knew that such was the fact. . _' ; Dk. _Dobemtts, the -celebrated chemist of New York, has made an invention that promises remarkable results in * tne use of giinpowderi It is made into the form of, a paste and 1 is affixed to the'Minie * ball and,becomes hard as rock, so that it can...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

V _General Bosccrans' Beport. ; ',7 The following is General Rosecrans'official re-^0T _^:'-r - >;: /:• ¦ >¦ .: ' ' .¦:¦ ' ¦ ¦ ' .. ' ' . _^ ' r_^^ nTi ! . ' _- _Headquabtebs, Armtjpf Yxmrn-Af T „ ;'-._; . Camp _' Scott, Sept.(ll _^ P. J_^. ; / TbjCplM D. _JFownsendy , *^ : _" . " .. ']]' .. . . , We _yesterday marched; seventeen and a' half miles, reached' the enemy's entrenched po'sition in'front of Conifix Ferry, 'drivirig!iliis; advanced outposts and pickets 'before us. ; fWe found him occupying a strongly.entrfinchedposition,.covered by a forest too dense to admit of being seen at a distance of three "hundfeSi "yards. His force was five regiments, _ibesidb the one driven in. He had probably sixteen pieces of artillery. • >Ats3 o'clock we began ' a strong reconnbisance, which proceeded, to such- a length.that we were about to assault the position on the flank and front, when_^night coming on, and . our troops being completely exhausted,,]] drew them but'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

SYNODICAL The SYNOD OF OHIO will meot in the Westminster lurch, Columbus, Ohio, on tho Second _Thursday (10th) of ctoiwr next, _ut 7 o'clock P. M.and not on tho 8th, as pubshed by mistake in the Minutes of the General Assembly. M. A. H09E, _StateS Oler*. Tha SYNOD OF WISCONSIN will meet at Fond-dti-Lag_, _Hs., on the First Wednesday (2d) of October, at 1% P- **• STUART MITCHELL, Stated Clerk. \. The SYNOD OF PITTSBtJB_. _GHlwill meet _^ agreeably to _ymirnment, in _Kittanniiig1 _, ori _thd SecoMd 'Thursday of etolier, at 7 o'clock P. M, . Vr_«-sbyterml Narrativi-s wi'l be forwarded in due timeto n Rov, John M. Hastings, (Wilkinsburg) Chairman of the fcnmittee on the Narrative. WILLIAM JEFFKRY V Stated Clerk. _«bo RYNOD-OF ILLINOISsSnds _attfourned to meet in the irst _Prenbytorian church of Springfield, on the Second _fednesdny (9th) of October, at, 7_W o'clock P. M. ROBERT J0HNS10N, Stated Clerk. lithe SYNOD OF IOWA is adjourned to meet in the city of pbuque, on the last Thur...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

I Washington. _SajfegMBBR 12.—The results of Mri Lowe's ball°on i_^_onnoissances show that the rebel troops w_^° _~ W_* at Manassa's on the 6tli are now1 moviiig up to_%rd Washington. They struck thei/tents a If1 _^ heir cam ps on the 7thwere at Bull ¦^"_j & CentreviUeonthe8th, at Fairfax yestbrda_% and , ' are between Fairfax _aad Bailey's Cross fp>_adji to-day. They number twenty-five thousasu men. ',,..' ,(^en.H; aUter,is authorized to raise six thousand men in|.'Jew-England, and goes East for:that PpposJ They will be detailed for special ser_* vice _unfe his command. This opportunity to enlist, ««ed to men accustomed to a sea-faring _^ife , an«it the_'same time not unused to bearing a muskm. i8 _exoelient. . , -Gen. Cinder is ordered, with his brigade of picket slirpshootersupon a special expedition. Theehi_^_rj muSt lookout. - iBen. _Bipnside, who had been detailed to the service _p! organizing regiments into brigades, is _detachet from that duty, and ordered...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

A Patriotic Decision. : Some demagogues, wishing to bieak up our three years' regiments, applied to Judge Wayne, of Georgia, one of the members of the C. S. Su_^ preme Court, in Washington, for a writ of habeas corpus, for the purpose of testing the legality of those long enlistments. The writ was issued, and on the hearing they contended that as the President called for volunteers for three years without any legal authority, the law of Congress authorizing the inilitia to be called out only for three months, the three years' enlistments were illegal, and that illegality could not be cured by the subsequent legislation of Congress. Judge Wayne took a different view of the case. The material part of his decision is ""as follows: " It is my opinion that Congress has constitutional power to legalize and confirm Executive acts, proclamations, and orders done for the public good, although they were not, wlien done, authoribd by any existing la_^s. That such legislation by Congress ma...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

Col. _^ash iiigtofa imea\ : Ebkwatee, Va., Sept. lflf-rGovernor, Morton: Company B, of my regimentjifrom, jOwen' county, to-day killed and broughtiiiito camp John A. Washington, of Mount Vernon .notoriety. He was a Colonel in the rebel* army. ' Theykilled two other officers of notoriety, but the rebels-got off-with them. • ¦ : ¦;» ¦ ;. • ; ¦ ¦;. ¦ _' . - ¦ . ¦ . . . ¦: ; _^.l _: . "¦¦ ¦ . Enemy in force in front.,4 ,,.... ;.,.. _, ..... . ....... ;.__ ,. _. .. __.i Miio ' S. Hashkall, Colonel 17ih Indiana Volunteers. SouthernRemsr Serious fears are entertained fortthe crops of the South., The rains of _August are reported the' heaviest'and most general ever Known'in the South; and have been_; very'disastrous. ' ¦¦ ' ¦ •. r, The Savannah Republican claims a fair rice crop,_;but admits that the continuous rains have damaged it somewhat.,, J . ,, ' ' •! . The'Baton Rouge Advocate says the cotton crops in that vicinity are literally covered with the army worm,r and that the fate of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

_olaieral Wm$ , Barges Purchased -for the Use of tli_^liovern-¦ • ¦¦' -• ¦¦ • ¦:.. ¦ :. ' ment'_-_^ _^_K,,._y_<M ?_f:| ) One, morning last week, 'eighty large coai barges weres _purchased inthfe city, for _Govern, - niettt _purposes. It k said that a large _nuAbei_; were also purchased at Cincinnati. This iadi r cates active operations at no distant day, and on % large scale, along the Mississippi. Information Wanted . Of Jane WaiOHT, who.ieft the residence _ofsher father, near Sewiokiey ville, Pa., about the 8th or 9th of July. She is about twenty years'* of |ge, of weak mind, 'and much, disposed to wander. Any information concerning her -will be most thankfully , _received by her father,; Stephen Wright, Sewickleyville, Allegheny County, Pa. . ' hv-t_^dt_^i - 1: Missouri. ; _'•:. Things are brighter in Missouri. Gen. Price, with seventeen thousand Secessionists, was threatening Lexington, on the 17th, but the Federal: %_f6es were also approaching. _? Jefferson Cit...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

To the Md|es of Allegbeny Countyis * _: ; " ¦ •"To male it convenient for you to testify your regird for our gallant volunteers, and' your ap-^rbb ,ation ' of ithe sacred- Cause5 of bur country, which they have pledged, their lives to; defend, ithose whose names are iereW 8ub8crib,ed_]will take charge of any articles w_^hich may be. left with thein, such as Mts, socks, ' flannel drawers and shirts, and have'lthem TT_^v-ardbd/ to our different camps, first supplying the regiments composed'ii_._whble or in.part of men from Allegheny Coupty.. ' We see that the J Governor of Alabama called upon every woriian in thajb State to knit ' a pair of socks for their _sbldiers. Wbinen of Allegheny Courity, can you hbt, will you not, do at* least this much? AreViiot our 'dearest rights involved in- this _struggled Is;not our cause that of righteousness ?, v Will, you not, therefore, . cheerfully ' furnish this small r token of ericouragement to the brave mea who have gone for. th to fight you...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

Arrests itti_. Baltimore. • \ Mayor Brown and a number of the secession members of the Maryland- Legislature_^have been arrested in Baltimore, and: are now in the custody of the( Government.: Upon one of. ;them, was found a draft of the ordinance, of secession, or resolutions declaring Maryland to be in hostility to the Government. ; It is well known that tlie Secession leaders had arranged with the' rebels of the Confederate States , that this Legislature should declare Maryland out of the Union; then the rebel army was to enter the State as,an '' army of liberation " For this purpose they were concentrating on the ¦ Maryland _fine ' s; and were making! extraordinary exertions to command the navigation of the Potomacm by their batteries at .Acquia;,Creek. .The scheme, of course, involved the possession of Baltimore, and the cutting off of Washington. How far the arrest of the rebel1 members of the Legislature will break up the arrangements of the traitors, yet remains to be see...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

uMBiilt. _^ _. [_Annobkokmenis, Graws ! , Addekokal Remarks, Fnra Cbnts a ilms/^ms _WobbS beikg ' jiJ iiaa.f: : ' ' "' ' f ' ' : l DIED—Sep_^mber._Tthi 1861, of diptheria, in _thejhope of a glorious resurrection, ROBERT, son ' ofJam'Mand Elizabeth McDowell, otfawnj 'Tp., jAllegheny ¦ County, Pa.,: )»ged Myears, 8monttis,and|18days. ¦ . - DIEB_^-At his .residence,, in (Dickinson, Cumberland , Co., Pa., on the' 1st; _instj JAMEg _MOOREJ.aged 33 years?f , ' * He was a_^gobil maiijjiive4 ' the life of the righteous, and died in the Lord. _;:: _y _n i>:- ' _':1 _-'i-(v . :."? ' _'_-\"_v _; " •-.' :_;: : ¦ '' ¦_- DIED_^-At Newcastll, Pa.; September »th, 1861, Mrs. ELIZABETH, consortet Martin3Joy,.Esfl.,_% aged 71 yews _. Deceased .wasfqg-hearlyforty years; a consistent inember of the Presbyterian church. , r j -DIED^—f)n thelstf$_^_st._Vtiear. Martinsburg, Blair County, Pa.Mr. BARNEY STROtJPaged 61 years. , , the _deceased was aii honest' ma! n; _" who by patien! _#indn6-tr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

MmmwM : ; J Pittsburgh Market. . ; ; 1_':; . >¦ _M;; " , _WEbNESDAt_, _; September 18,1861. APEiKS—$1.50@1.75 _^ bbl. f ASHES—Soda Ash3@3J_^c; I_^ots, 4@4>^c.; Pearls, _BJiJc. The stock in first'bands* is" ample foif all ordiiiary _purpose., ,1 : .. t , ¦ BE ANS_^-Prime White, 1.25@i;40 per bushel* BR00MSrT0ommpn_^fl,6Q; fancy, 2.2S@2.5,0.h , 1 BtTCTER-Choice Roll, 10c. $ ft. • * GHBESB_^-WHStern _Reserve; 6_^@7_cl Hamburg, 8J_^@0c . EQftSr-Sc. per- dozW . ,,. ¦ - ' .-, ..... , .,. _^ _fL ' OUR—Extra, $£26; Extra jairiily, $4.75@5.20; fancy, $5.50@5.75._> :•¦ ' •; ; :;': ' i ''v i. _. ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ . -:* . : :_<: ¦ -: ¦¦ -,. ¦ GRAIN—Corn: 40@42c._$,bushel, _^lieat: prime Red, B5c.; White;' Sli.10." Oats, from store, 26c. 6R0GBIIIES—Ctoffee: Good Rio, 16@16J_^c; Srigar,9c. Molasses, 40e. . ' . , .- f ; HAY-_^t-OOfSa-OO 1 fi ton; at'a ' ca.le8. _'K - ' -¦ ' ' sHlDBSvlNDliEAJEHER_^reeB beef hides, 6@6J_£c.; green salted hides. 5j4_@6c. * ; dry-'flint, 12c. R...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

The Wotfe of Confiseation Bepn. Seizure- of Southern* Fonbs in Boston Banks.— United; States Marshal _Xeyes, acting under directions, received from Washington, proceeded yesterday, morning to the several Boston banks and seized the balances therein due to the banks within' _thb_^Southern: _Confederacy. The precise ' amount of'the_'_seizure is not definitely known. It will probably amount to some tens of thousands of _dollpxs._^J3pston ffourier ,Septf 11. . Seizure _osl Robert Tyler 's;.PR0_PEaTY. -_^- The Philadelphia jtnqtjifer says: — "It is undersood that the property of Robert Tyler, a traitor, was seized _yesterday; at Bristol,! Pa., by order of the Gjovemme nt of the United States. This property includes real-estate and household goods.,- Robert Tyler first appeared before the public of Pennsylvania, about twenty years ago,'. in the character of a lawyer _without clients" and_^ with no very good _^_reftrences as? to his past! career. He* married the daughter-of i?homas Coo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

An Anticipation bliPeaee, It promises well for peace' that the President, in appointing the Commissioners to; represent the interests of American exhibitors, at the _Worlds Fair, to be held in London, in .September, 1862, has named _ a good;portion of his, owa, <G_§biriet, together with the'heads of other ' iriVpbrtarit Bureaus,' in Washington. Among them: are Mr. Seward, Secretary of State ; Mr. Smith, ' of thfe Interior; Mr. Kennedy, Superintendent of the jDensus Bureau; Prof,. Henry, of the Smithsonian Institute; Mr. Itobert, Wallach, Mayor _pf !#ashirigtbn; Mr. Everett _^ and others " : We like it has 1 the of _^hisf same kind anticipative cbrifideriW as: the famous sale in Rome of a-plot of ground outside• the city wall_^ which pl<?t was, at, the very time of sale, the scene of encampment of the hostile Volsci._j It says, a ?year hence the great rebellion will1 have: beeu)crushed out, and the nation_^ forced ¦¦ for awhile -to; stop in the bloody Honse of Mars,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 21 September 1861

jBUBMCATIONS FOR THLE TIMES, AN ORATION BY EDWARD EVERETT, Delivered at: the Academy of Music, 'New-York, _>JuIy;4th;i 1861..._v/.il8c THE CAUSES OF THE AMERICAN CIVIL WAR. By . John Lbthrbp Motley, LL.D... ...._il:..i..:.i......._?,.J.Wlc AN ADDRESS _BJ HON. JOSEPHHOLTtotheJPeople ;- of _Kentucky, on the Fallacy of Neutrality..... ...10c _PICTURES OF SOUTHERN LIFE--Social , Political , ' and Military.,. Written for thfe London. Times. By , Wm. Howard _Ilusseii,,IiIi.D.., ' ._«l..,.._«..............._1.........25c LETTERS of Hon. Joseph Holt* Hon. EdwaM Everett , and Com. Charles Stewart, on the Present Crisis.... ._liic AN ADDRESS' Delivered at Mt. _Elsco, WeBtchester ' • 1 County. New-York, by John _oJay,' Esq;......_L..;......l....lOc AMERICAN PATRIOTISM. A Sermon preached in the Arch' Street church by Rev. Charles _Wadswortn...': .ii.! i..l5c THE CHRISTIAN.. SOLDIER.'. A Sermon for the Times. , _^ ,By Rev; Charles'Wads 'worth._;.........l;............._;.,.........i5c O...

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