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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

AND Thursday, march 1, isgo. B. 0. H0UGHT0N, 1 JOHNW.MEAES_, . .j_,""?1 ' ASSOCIATED WITH _f _ALBERT BARNES, GEORGE .DUFFIELD, Jr. THOMAS _BBAINERD, JOHN JENKINS, HENRY DARLING, THOMAS J. SHEPHERD.

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

W*** tWt-mn% The Messrs. Blackwood have in press the late Sir William Hamilton 's Lectures on Logic. It is; in two volumes, and edited, like Sir William's Lectures on MefaphysicB , by Rev. Mr. Mansel, (of Bampton Lectifres celebrity) aud Mr. John _Veitch. They will be reprod need here from ad _vaneed shee ts, by Messrs. Gould & Lincoln. ¦ The eighth vdlume of Mr. Bancroft's History is now in press, and will probably be issued shortly. It is ;tbe second volame of that portion of the work relating to the history of the Revolutionary War. Messrs. LftHe, Brown & Co., of Boston , are preparing for publication , a Volume which will be of great interest to _natjjgBlists and geologists. It will contain photo-lithographic prints of the most remarkable of the fossil foot-prints of the Connecticut Valley, collected :by the late Dr. Deane, of Greenfield. This collection was, by far, the most complete ever made.-surpassing even the fine one in the Museum of Araherst College...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

fleliaiflis _faMliqrate Dr. Scudder at the Noon-day Prayer Meeting. —After some introductory remarks, Dr. Scudder said— ¦¦¦ •¦ ¦ • ¦ - . ¦ ¦¦ •''. .- ¦ _' ¦ ' -- - •. _- . "_£robal>ly I can give you an idea of the brighter side of Death, when 1tellyou of the departure of a good Hindoo brother, once a heathen, _whijm I baptized long ago in India; When I went to perform the _ceremonj,_^i8 _wj_^_becjame so infuriated that she threw sand and dirt upon: both myself and him, and went -screaming and raving around us in the-most boisterous and horrid manner—so incensed was she at the thought of his losing caste by becoming a Christian. Finding her threats and outrageous conduct did not prevent Ms baptism, she went at once to their house, picked up all she could get away with, and taking the children with her, left him and bis house, intending never to return. For eight long years that good man lived a faithful Christian life. I can say of him what I wish I could say of myself...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

How to Prevent Vice and erime.---The police authorities of New Yorkj seem alarmed at the rapid decrease in crime , the -last Quarterly Report showing a falling off of seven thousand in the immber of arrests I The philosophy of this novel fact is ably reviewed by the Times—the "Winter" theory exploded—and the real cause traced to the suppression of the Sunday dram-shops, as follows:— " The remarkable fact, then, that forty-three per cent_, of crime has been prevented in a single, quarter , remains to be accounted for by other methods than those of the Department established "to prevent crime." Can it be accounted for? We think it can. One fact of the General Superintendent seems to suggest the philosophy the Department are slow to recognise—the uniformly greater number of arrests on the week days "ihaii on Sunday, when a considerable number of liquor shops were closed." They''used to be twenty-jive per cent, more on Sunday than on any other days. Daring the last quarter they...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
Source: Pennsylvania State University
Country/State of Publication: Pennsylvania, United States
Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

For the American Presbyterian DR. NOTT. A LITTER TO YOUNG LADIES. .. The following letter from the venerable Doctor btt, who, as many ate aware, has been spending le winter in our city, was addressed to a class of jung ladies, who have been privileged to listen i a course of interesting and instructive lectures fom this gifted and learned divine. It was written I acknowledgment of a silver goblet, which was resented to him by his pupils, as a token of their _jgard and appreciation of his instructions. As ae letter possesses general interest, will you have lie goodness to publish it for the gratification of _|ur numerous readers? P. ft> the members of my Kaimes Class of Philadel _phia, 1859—60. ¦My dear Pupils:—I have been deeply affected ¦the expression of interest and kindness received ¦ l ay from a few select members of the young wrhood of the " City of Brotherly Love," to Hch city, in the pursuit of my health, I had re ted; and when I ask myself why, since I have jme...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

THE AMERICAN PRESBYTERIAN AND GENESEE EVANGELIST, <A WEEKLY FAMILY NEWSPAPER , Published every Thursday; at 1334 Chestnut St. Philadelphia, Pa. Devoted to the promotion at sound Christian doctrine and pure religion, especially as connected with _this Constitutional Presbyterian Churoh in the tfirited States of America. " , 'J; " '_* ;} - terms. 3?Q Mail Subscribers, two dollars per year, IN ADVANCE. City Subscribers, receiving their paper through a carrier, will be charged fifty cents additional. CLUBS. Six copies will be sent to one address for a year for T«N DOLLARS. • Ten copies will be sent to one address for a year for SEVENTEEN DOLLARS. Twenty copies will be sent to one address for THIRTY DOLLARS. _. Clubs may be formed to commence with the first of January, and to secure the deduction , the _tnoney must invariably be paid in advance. JBiSyAll papers will be continued after the expiration of we year, unless expressly ordered to be discontinued_^ and suo b.. orde...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

ADVERTISEMENTS. EET. STEPHEN H. _TYNG, D. D., is arow contributing A Series of Articles TO THE _iHDEPEKDEIT T_, /' EKTHXED "Familiar letters on Sunday Schools." These interesting, popular and practical letters, contaimng he resulteofthe _experienceof the most successful constructor of Sunday Schools in the country ought to be m the hands of every Sunday School _Superintln _StSSSSh. "*""" '_^e _^_mi »»t_« - the _Twf_^_SfiS_^_Sgs _,a Year; by " Btar * JOSEPH H. RICHARDS, POTilSHER , No. 5 Beekman street, Few York. _CImrcIi _Defets_, and Peale's Court of Death. Remembraht Pba' le painted Washington from life_. Which painting now adorns the Capitolhaving been purchased by the United States Government, for $2000 But his most elaborate worfe-Uje work on which his fame mainly rests—is his great painting of " the Court of Death. " This.picturecovering 312 square feet of canvass, is valued at $25000. Since the Beaoti ful _Ehgravings of the Court of Death were issued, over 12,000 copi...

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

A v aluable Reeord. WE HAVE JUST PUBLISHED AN _ENTIRELY NEW WORK, CALLED THE _AMERICAN _CHRISTIAN RECORD. To which we respectfully invite attention. It is an authentic and complete book of reference on nil current religious topics and all religious events of the year. ¦ ' _, • WUL WHTAIK A Classified and Statistical Record of Religious and Moral Associations in the United States and Eorope; The * History. _Confession of Faith, and Present Statistics of Each of the Religious Denominations of the United States and-Etoope j ' *• Statistics of Moral, Benevolent, and Educational Institutions in the United States j A Classified List and the Post Office Address of Clergymen of All Denominations in the United States; List of Leading Contributors and Testators to Religious and Benevolent Enterprises j Record of Deaths in the Ministry for the Year ; Notable Helps for Understanding the _Scriftukes j Religions of Asia and Africa ; Religious and Moral Teachers of Mankind; Sacred Books of All...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

THE_^LOHIM BEVEALED! LI2ST DSAT &BLASISXON, Philadelphia, Have just published THE ELOHIM REVEALED in tbe Creation and Redemption of Man. By tbe Rev. Samuel Bain!, D. D., Pastor of the Presbyterian Church, Wooilbury_, N. J. Large 8vo., 668 pp. Price $2.50. CONTENTS. Introductiok.—Historical Sketch of the Doctrine of Original Sin. ' Chapter I. The Triune God. " II. The Eternal Plan. « HI. The Providential Administration. « IV. Adam, the Likeness of God. « V. The Law of God. ; « VI. The Principle of the Law. « VII. The .Nature of Sin. « VIH-Death, the Penalty of the Law. . « IX. The Law, a Covenant of Life. « X. Adam the Covenant Head of the Race. « XL Extent of Adam ' s Parental Relation-Origin of the Soul. _> « Xtl. The _Apostacy of Adam. " . XIII. The Permission of Moral Evil. «« XIV. Paul's Discussion of Oripnal Sin. ¦ " XV. Definition of Gnilt, and of Imputation. « XVI. The Guilt of Adam ' s First Sin. " XVII. Native Depravity. " XVIII. Propagatinn of Original...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

WINER'S IDIOMS! A Grammar of the New Testament Dictionintended as an introduction to the Critical Studyof the Greek New Testament. By Dr. Geo. B. Winer. Translated by Edward Masson, . . 8vo. | Morocco. 3 50 " Quite indispensable in the critical study of the New-Testament, and a wonderful Thesaurus of Grammatical in'erpretation. "—See. M. W. Jacobus, J). D " Of the value of Winer 's Grammar of the New Testament Idioms, there can be no doubt. There is nothing like it. It isbeyond all question, a nonpareil of the kind, " —The late Rev. Moses Stuart, B. D. "It is.a work of the highest authority, and of the greatest practical usefulness, and should be regarded as the necessary companion of a Lexicon on a Student's table. "—Rev. Charles Hodge, B.B. " It should be in the Library of every Clergyman, and in the hands of every Theological Student. " Rev. S W. TurnerD. D. ie Ifc is the best-Grammatical Key to the New Testament. The Translation seems to be carefully executed. "—Evangelical Re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

PEALE_'S COURT OF DEATH _behave received,a fine cplored engraving of this celebrated Painting, by Rembrandt Peale, and can endorse all that has been said in its praise. It is a beautiful and impressive parlor ornament, u a sermon on canvass." The publisher, Mr. Gr. Q. 0OLTON, of No. 37 Park Row, New York, has undertaken something new, in the issue of this work of art. Instead of issuing an edition of five thousand copies , and selling, them at five d&llarja Maoh, he has issued 100,000, and ielTs them foF _ettfte dollar _cnob: I • _~ • -——_. p. We learn from the advertisement which appears lift another column, that many churoh societies pave undertaken to distribute these " sermons on [canvass," and by the large commissions allowed [on the sales, to pay off the churoh debt. It is a Lood idea. Hundreds will pay a dollar for a beau-Itiful picture, (worth $5,) who would not give the leame to aid a cause in which they have no per-Itonal interest. The distribution of the pic...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

3Harnag? HODGMAN—BALCOM—Marriedat Painted Post, February 1stat the residence of Judge Balcom, by Rev. T. M. Hodgmanof YorkWarren Stone Hodgnian, Esq., and Miss Jennie Cornelia, youngest daughter of Hon. Lyman Balcom, of Painted Post. %ITRDAM—HALL—Also, by the same, at York, February 23d, Mr. Young-love Surdam, of Wyomingand Miss Jane _I >- Hail, daughter of Mr. William Hall, of New York. LATHROP—NOTES—At Buffalo, on Wednesday, February loth, by Rev. G. D. Gillespie, of Palmyra, John P. P. Lathrop_, of Le Roy, to Miss Anna B. _Noyes, of the former place.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

JUuricau ftc$l) i>tmau AND _(fjctuBfc €»atifltit0t. THURSDAY. MARCH 1, _ISttO.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

leaf Died, at Elmira, N. Y., Mrs. Sarah W.} wife of Simeon Benjamin, aged 64 years. Died, at her residence near Chadd'_s Fold, Chester Co., Pa.on the 20th February, Mrs. Harriet G. _Brinton, wife of Caleb Brinton, Jr., and daughter of John A Granger, of Canandaigua, N. Y., aged 29 years.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

QAMTJEL SMYTH, SEXTON OFCAI.VAHT PRESBYTEKIAN CHORCH} FURNISHING UNDERTAICER, Pkesbytesian House, No. 1334 Chestnut _stbeet _. Entrance on Sansom Street, below Broad. 53=- USES THE IMPROVED ICE BOXW—1 ' GLASS FACE. ap.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

NOTICE Cliurcta 1 _' rayer Meetings—The Union Prayer Meeting of our denominatiou, for next week, Will be held on Tuesday Evening, at 7_| o 'clockin tbe 1st Church, Kensington, (tate Rev. Mr. Chandler's) on Girard Avenuebelow Second street. To be reached by the Second street (Richmond) carsi

Publication Title: American Presbyterian
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

Fbr the American Presbyterian. GBAND PA'S PETS. • BY INDIA. ' (Continued.) Carrie's blue eyes danced mthjoy! Her tears had ttlt vanished-r-a very April shower! Then too-—I continued, while the beautiful, child withdrew fetftly front my arms, and poising _herself first on One tiny foot, then on the other, finally danced away over to the other end of the room in her glee! Then, too, you will so Love dear grand pat He. la; the _iweetest, dearest grand pa any little girl ever had! I love him, oh so much more than I can teil! He will tell you beautiful stories! And take you such walks! And there will be, rides tool—sometimes to Linwood or to Mayville_, or away into the country! Oh it is grand! He Will gif e you presents at Christmas and on birth-days, and I guess you will have a pony too just like mine! Grand pa is so good Oh Carrie!—but he is sad too sometimes—then you must sing for him—can you sing? And we mttst not ask him then to teil us any stories about mymamma, or yours ! So...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

_POBBENISS. " Sb_^entiy blending courtesy and art) . , h_^_axU >» ' Thatwisaom 's lips seem boirQ_*insP iendnhip * _hfeM " Politeness" k a _wdl that should not only indicate iwthe sons _andTdamg hters of prosperity, polish an* degan4e!,ofi manners, _but:also that desire to pleaseMthere ,wMch.(naturaUy- flow_^ froni. kindness of disposition and benevolence _^ qt heart. _fefe_^ i_^pp_^urt_^^J_^ _^ human charity a>d _^ cord_^ lom p f ..our_^_ino, differing widely_%W _^e ' araticial rules ofjgopd breeding upheldt by-Loud_^Chesterfield m his letters to his sons: which are so cold, formal, and actor-like, thai; &W _SfietM »' dissociate; their practice from-hypoerisy, arid a_^ wish to impose uponsociety:: , Still, we Safe by. no means opposed to the: improvement of genuine good-nafcure by the_^lessons of experience, especially- such _ajrmay be_^supposed^^»to-impart grace, freedom, and-ease to;cpnversadon. Np-4t is;the hollow _presence the _. simulition at_^ sym...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

". -»-p - ..... . . TH_^ SALTFTABY _INFL _UlffCES, AHD ATTEACTI0SS OF HOME. Home is a term of rich import; around it cluster tlioughta the most thrilling, and recollection ' s the most pleasing. Home should, arid may be made the most attractive and lovely spot on earth; the most charming of all other localities this side of the paradise of God. Amidst the changes incident to our earthly career, and while tasting the bitter sediments of the cup of all earthly joys, how pleasing and heart-stirring the recollections of transient, mirthful ,-childhood; parental kindness and love, with the ten thousand endearments of home! No matter how painful our situation, and afflicting the circumstances that may surround us, the recollections of the childhood home will impart a thrilling influence to cheer the despondent heart.' Home is one of the most important schools,— here the mind receives the first, and perhaps the most lasting impressions. Here the elements of character are collected an...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — American Presbyterian — 1 March 1860

TWN&Tw _mmmwknm _o_® 3-oss ma-CAU_£AY. _k " ¦ _' The unexpected death'of our emitient histo1 -1 rian, essayist, and poet, is'_^felt to be a national lost. In so many ways he had stood before the public, and always with credit: to himself and to the advancement of his own reputation, and now he is gone, we feel that a great man has fallen. His father Zachary Macaulay_, was _' _tfie sbnof a Scoijch minister, who lived in an obscure _dfdtrict: of the highlaiids. Zachary was ttiW aS1 - sbciate of _Clarkson and Wilberforce in " the'agitatibn for the suppression; of the slave-trade and fdrtle abolition of slavery. He wasatlso connected with Bentham and Rotnilly, our great law reformers, and took an active part in all the philanthropic movements of the day; His son, therefore, at his entrance on life _^ was surrounded by influential friends, who _iiould at once open a career for his _talenig which, he was npt slow to ibprove. Hitherto he has been known to the public mainly by...

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