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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 7 August 1847

TEXAS P1IESBYTERIAN. A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO RELIGION TO MORALITY. TO EDUCATION. TO AGRICULTURE AND TO THE NEWS OF THE DAY. VOL. I. HOUSTON TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 7 1S47. NO. 2!. ! m ft u t J THE JSTtpaa Drraftnterfan. A Family New-paper derotcd lu Chri-lianiir to juuraiiij to iduraiioa 10 ociencr iua;tkui lure aaJ la ilie didaMoo of aefa. Knowledge glTJBlu'iSHISB WEEKLY. Rev. Andrcw J. McGowx Editor & Proprietor. . TERMS. The Texas Fee Emails' will be published od Ure fiie i npei ul sheet with new and beautiful ijp? ai 93 per annum in advance or St at the el- pirauon uf mc year. butncrintioai received at any lime and the pap er lo'wjrded until the subscriber orders iuihtcon linuance and pays np arrearages except at the op tion uf tne tviuor. Letters ihrjasb the Post-office man be postpaid otherwise they will nul be attended tu. AireM-cmenw iu.ened at the usual price. the tlditor rtssrwu- the risht to reject all adrer Uemetiis not deeml cumpatible with the charac. ler uf il...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 7 August 1847

I.' 1 taken up and after considerable discus- &ion adopted. The 2d section of the same report on motion was also taken Dp and after an animated discussion likewise' adopted. The yeas and nays being demanded were accordingly ordered by the house and are as follows : Yeas Bros a N. Davis Penick Jones1 Warden Harris Simpson Pra- ther Smith Nelson Bird WinJet Stew- art Henderson T. Thomas. Campbell Lowranee.HoltsingerTatcBlairBruce Modrall Warren Hcndrix Pickens P. Y. Davis Stone Hickman McCord Wood Bell Miller Provine Lambert DonnclL Wilkins Heiskell BoydHand- ley Garrett Benny Bond Steele How- ry Astoa Lindley Dowler Welsh Bone Hunter Evans. Nays Bros. Love Dysart Johnson. Home Downing White Stockard Pope Justice S. Y. Thomas Guthrie Foster Hall. McNutt J. H. Miller McDonald Bros. Willoughbyand Buchanan were excused from voting. The second resolution of the same report was on mo! urn taken up pend- ing the considcrationof which bro. Don- ncll moved "That the second and third resol...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 7 August 1847

Candidates 13 Accessions 223 Baptisms 183 congregations 38 Communicants 3097 All of which is respectfully submitted. ivcccivca ana adopted. P. Y. Davis Chairman. 1 our committee appointed to examine me minutes oi intlian.1 Synod nave at- tended to the duty assigned them and beg leave to report that wo find no de- parture from your excellent standard and from the report of the synods com- mittee on the state of religion and statis- tics of the church your committee learn the following viz: -- ixesuyienes 3 v- urcaineu aiinisters 25 Licentiates 8 Candidates 8 Congregations 41 Communicants. 2.181 W The subjects of education and mis sions seem to be awakening a general interest in the bounds of this synod. All of which is respectfully submitted. Re- ceived and adopted. D. S. Wakdev Chairman. Bro. Mitchell offered the following: I'emlccJ As the sense of this General AsSPmbltT- timt fiVlinfla llflvn tin Mntitn. . J J tlonal right to change prcsbyterial rela- I lr- tions of a minister or m...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 7 August 1847

Du C. S. BROWN & J. L. JOHNSON Gomzalti Ttxat. TTAVE uni'rd in t'.ir practice o( rofdicinr. --l In intricate runt the seivitrs ol bulb mil ia niihuut additional cbaigr. Jan. v 2 ISO. I JAMBS L. At.LKN. AHar.ft sin. lma.at ) liv. o FFK.tS bu pruf$iopj smr-s to ihe ntiMio 14 ihrt i-illltlllr if rillhiHin Vl.Mn rii D Wi:i lv4.- Gonzile. Guadalupe Coiuni (. Rrsidruci at Gonzales MASONIC COLI.EUZ.V.VI; i.VSTITUTi: PANTHORP'S Guars county Texas. The foil o a in is the standard of (.-duration adopted ly the Regents of this Institution: RrsaUed. That ih" following studies scirn- crs and authors (or those which may be bere- aftrr in.ioducid tquivaltnttberrlo) rompltitd by a Hii-rnrr i lUc Maumc Collegia- In ttrtrr shall inti I sdtd i tnbei tu i certificate ol dipljiua. Hiitd 1 y thr- Prtsid.nl ofthe in s't'u iuu Trufritfg nr.d Secr-taiy of the Lij- re'.ri-5n-lling. R-adm;-. Wining Audi nic Ki!h3i G ariiuir Q ognipliy I)it Al tb-i C'ttbiiii's Alg -bra. Bir- dJi.5 Ab'.l. Uirtis' L:lidr Hun...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 14 August 1847

TEXAS PRESBYTERIAN. ; A FAMILY NEWSPAPER DEVOTED TO RELIGION TO MORALITY. TO EDUCATION. TO AGRICULTURE AND TO THE NEWS OF THE DAY. y- i Vr i. Kk u If u K. w ?' t fc VOL. I. in Sera gmtfitcrfatf. A Family Xew-ptper derurd t ChrUfcn.Hr 'o Morality la Ei'jratiua lv Science la Agnelli lure. aal la itie dlltujioo ofnwiol lino ledf.e. Rev. Andrew J. McGown Editor V Proprietor. The Tail Pni arrauK will be psblishrd on a lire file iooci..l ucei. with new and beaaulul type ai $3 i luoam n advance or SI at the el- pirauonojinejear. MUbijripiioa- reieiredat anyl-me and the pap- er lu-w irdeJ until the siib-riter orders its dUx-on- lino juce and par up arrearages except at tne vp lion ul ibe Edllur Levers inruoth the P.rstoSoc most be postpaid. otherwise they will not be aiteiiara la Q-Alrer ivineatt lner.el ai the usual prlcea the tidii.irrtseriiufilbe rixhllo reject alladrer tbemeta not dfem .M cooipa.ible wnb tlie charac ter ol ihe nonitciiin. A scat Is ftr Ike Presbyterian. ik Texas. Ja M. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 14 August 1847

Mi- -- vidcncc of the progress of education' under the anspSccs of your clmreh. NiM mcrousSjTiodrcal.Presbyterial and Con. -gregational schools have been establish cd and are enjoying a high degree l" prosperity. Cumberland Univcrsit. Lebanon. Ten now ranks among tlu lirst institutions of the country and thi( es of the literary world are turned to it as a permanent and highly rcspecta- ble seat of learning. A president four professors and two tutors compote the faculty all of whom are. actively enga- ged in the duties of their respective of fices except the professor of Law who will open a regular Law Department the first of October next. There arc at present and have been during the cur- rent collegiate year about ISO students more than 80 of whom are professors o. religion and almost all are distinguish- ed for industry and orderly deportment ltcv. R. Donncll and the president de- liver weekly lectures on Theology and Ecclesiastical history to a class of 28 young brethren who are ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 14 August 1847

It r IV It n ingvvru fully attended a'ld the utmost attention v-as given to the administra- tion of the word by man woman and child. It seemed to mo the infant hush ed its cries to listen. I thought the v ord could be seen to enter the hearts of the hearers. Good can certainly be hoped from this meeting though it cannot be attributed to human agency. A church session was opened on Sat urday and two males and one female vv-cre received into membership by let- ter. The meeting had to close on Sunday night for want of ministerial aid. We did hope and pray that we would be so blessed with help and health as to hav c continued the meeting a week or more. that through the ordinary means of grace the church might be revived and sinners converted to the living God. Bro. McGown I do not want to com- plain of our ministerial brethren for negligence or indolence in the great tv ork aligned them by the great head of the church but it docs seem to me they arc not doing what they can do for the g...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 14 August 1847

On. C. S. BKOWN t J. L. JOHNSON. GtaluTexai. HAVE naifest in the practice o medicine. U iartricate cam the seiwcea'ol both will be tM whhonl additional cfcarf a. January 2.1847. 1 JAMES L. ALLEN Attorney and Conmellor at Zata OFFERS bij professional services to the public w lb eonniies of Calhooo Victo- ria Da Witt Ltvaea Gooialet Guadalupe .Comaaad L AetMeocs at Gonzales. MASONIC .COULKCSIATE INSTITUTE .FANTHORP'S. Grimet cotnly Texas. Tbe bltaariojf ia the standard of education adopted by the Regents of this Institution: Resolved. That tbe following studies scien- era and author (orthoae nbicb may be here- after introduced rqnivalcntthereto ) complihd .by a member T tne Maroriic Cultegiat lo- .smote snail enti.Ie said rrtesuber to a certificate ol dipKirua. signed by tbe IVtldtnl of the in- stitution. Trustees and Secretary of the Lodg IttroiUctory Spelling. Readins Writing Arubmelic Knglrsb Grammar Geography .DaiiV JVI.'cbra Column's Alg'br. Bour- don's Algebra Diviea' Lndre Burr...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 21 August 1847

TEXAS PRESBYTERIAN. It I iva hti" VOL. I. Ccpas $lrfBtij?tcrlan. A Family New-paper derolcd lo Cliri-liauilr 10 Moraliljr.li) E-Jucaiioo to Science to Agricul lure anj lo lhe diffusion of uselnl Knno ledge. PiUISILESiaigD WjI-jSISEiY. Rev. Andrew J. McGowjf Editor & Proprietor. TiLCKjVJS. The Texas Pre bvtlsus u ill bf published on a lane file i npci lal heei wuh new aod beautinil type at 53 per aanuui la advance ur St at lhe ex- piratioa of ibe jear. Subi:npuou received at any lime and the pap- er lo'WjrdeJ until the ubcrib:r orders it discon- tinuance and pays op arrearages except at tbe up- lion ol the Editor Leber thronth tbe Post-office must be postpaid otherwise they wall not be attended to. J2r.Virerlietneui- inserted at the usnal price? lhe Editor rrserring the ruhl to rejecl all adver- tisements not deemed compatible with the charac- ter ofl he publication. Agents for the rrebytcriau. IN TLXAS. Jas. M. Biker. Esq. Cucro. De Witt co. A. Jones Clerk Uoozal.-s Thos. H. Dug...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 21 August 1847

twelve mom of them very oenoosly. Most of tW weonded aereons had take no part m tiw djatmbtav 4 ceo having been present enl y as fipeeiatefs. On tier morauf ofUMSSth orrlrr wi ir i slalsisrircT Abd-cl-kadcr had been attacked by the Emperor nf Morocco wboae trorpa he dereated with peat slanch- tor and afterward put to death their coDMBanderwhora he bad taken. Mr. Rush Miniater Plenipotentiary from the Got eminent of the United States to the TniUenea in pUca of Mr King bad arrived in Tam. Tbo oeeond readme; of the Navigation bill having been consented to in the House of Commons without a. division the Navigation Laws may be considered vrr- tnaUy oooprnded ootil March IBM. FarUameot was to be prorogued by her Majesty m person on the 22d of July. Reference is made in the Timea of the 14th of the dveovery of a new planet the particulars of which were given in that paper eu the 13th. The discovery was made br Mr. Ilencke of Dresdeu. Maunce Power has been returned to Parliament from the co...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 21 August 1847

eyes were set in the unmeaning gaze of drunkenness. Obscenity fell from his lips and the finger of corn was pointed at him. 1 saw Vice in royal splendor and Virtue in rags. I saw Wisdom supplanted by Ignorance and Piety re- proved by Arrogance. I saw man &pill the blood of man and none takctli it to heart. .... There was no expression in that countenance as her fingers mo ved about the figures in a circle. I asked her name. She answered. Ne- cessity ! "Some things pass of necessi ty r The goddess which holds supe- rior power to the sovereign of the nni- erser 1 fell on my knees to oihip this power who independent of the will of God ordered the destiny of man " Holdrsaidaoiceat my side: "Hold! " There is a greater than Necessity ! For all things whether in heaven on earth. or under the earth are subject to tho will of God ! His power is unlimited. He prescribes laws to Necessity ; holds within himself the power to change or destroy not only the isiblc creation '.sa. but cen the p...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 21 August 1847

On. a & BROWN & J. L. JOHNSON. Gonzales Texas HAVE ashed in the practice of medicine. la intricate cues the services of both will be gisen without additional cbaige. January 2. 1847. 1 JAMES L. ALLEN. Attorney and Counsellor at Law OFFERS bu prolessional services to tbe public id the counties of Calhoun Victo ria Do Witt Lavaca Gonzales Guadalupe Comaand I. Besidence at Goncales. MASONIC COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE FANTHORP'S. Grimes county Tcias. The following is the standard of education adopted by the Regents of this Institution: Resolved That the folio in; studies scien- ces and authors (or those which may be here- after introduced equivalent thereto) compltiid by a member of tbe Masonic Collegiate In- suiute.shall entitle said member to a certificate of diploma signed by the President of the in- sulation. Trances and Secretary of tbe Lodge Introductory Spelling Reading Writing Arithmetic. English Grammar. Geography Dae its' Aljebra Colburn's Algebra Bour- don's Algebra Daviea'...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 28 August 1847

- TEXAN PRESBYTERIAN r A FAMILY NEWSPAPER &EVOTED TO RELIGION TO MORALITY. TO EDUCATION. TO AGRICULTURE AND TO THE NEWS OF THE DAY. VOL. I. HOUSTON- TEXAS SATURDAY AUGUST 28 1847. NO. 24. r. I. rr& THE Ccras JJrcosPtccfan. A Family Newspaper ilcroJcd lo Chli.-lianiiy to mrr and 10 the diffusion of otful Knt Inlgc. PlgJBLESSIESD WE-ISK&Y. Rev. Andrew J. McGow.v Editor &. Proprietor. TiSBiKIS.. The Tcx.s Pkeevtrun u ill be published on Ure fine i.iipeitil sheet with new and beautiful type at 03 per annum ia advance or SI at the ex- piration of the year. fcathcription received at any time and the pap- er lo-warded uattl the sabcriber orders itsd.MW unaance and pay op arrearages except at the op- lion ul the Editor. Letters thrua-h the Post-otCcr mnt be postpaid otherwise they will not be attended to. 3.J-Advertisement inserted at the nsoal prices the Editor reserving the rtsht to reject all adver luciucbis nui acemed compatible with the charac- ci ui iiic puuiicauon. Al...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 28 August 1847

mile of mo will acareety credit Una becrae they not know the economy tad smug of fcbor in ushur improred imp'fenta. I hare now 10 ncrei of com cnwht per hand from wwch I hopo to rain 300 baixj this aeaaon. Ei. Pftr. PROFITS OF FARMING. ' At one of the meetings of the Legis- lative Agricultural Society in Boston the subject was "The Profits of Farm- ing.'" Mr. Denny of Westboro opened the discussion uith some remarks on the tendency of young men to disregard and think disparagingly of agriculture. Many who were born on a farm mani- fest a great desire to seek those kinds of employment in which they imagine they can get through the world with less labor. Much of this tendency may be attributed to the farmers themselves. The responsibility rests on those who say nothing can be made by fanning. Mr. Denny gave some statistics from the United StJltlMl rnnn tnlrnn in MLIfl in order to show the importance of the agricultural interest. In New Hamp- shire and Vermont one quarter of the popula...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 28 August 1847

t:-i if truth however opposed it maybe to their preconceived notions. In this matter I have no desire to set myself in opposition to any man or any setof men. I simply desire to find what the Bible teaches and what the early Church practised concerning Christian Baptism. And having discovered this to rest satisfied provided I find this teaching and this practice to agree in setting forth one and the same thing. In the treatment of my subject or in the facts brought' forward I lay no claim to originality. I shall make free uc ol the labors of others so far as 1 find it convenient and those labors in accor dance with truth. The subject has been discussed loo many times ; and by too able hands for me to hope to add any thing new. My chief desire 1 trust I may say the only desire which would cause me to write is the hope of bringing information be- fore your readers upon this subject which from their situation or circum- stances they may not have had the means of obtaining but which my ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 28 August 1847

a Dra. C. a BROWN A J. L. JOHNSON Gonzales Texas HAVE trailed in th practice of medicine. la burieate case) the aetviera of both will be given without additional charge. January 2. 1647. I JAMES L. ALLEN Attorney and Counsellor at Law OFFERS his professional services to the public io the counties of Calhoun Victo- ria Do Wilt Lines Goniales Guadalupe Comasad I. Residence at Gonzales. MASONIC COIXEttllTE INSTITUTE FANTHORP'S. Grimes county Texas. The following is the standard of rdacstion adopted by the Regents of this Institution: Resolved That the following studies scien- ces and authors (or those which may be here- after introduced equivalent thereto.) completed by a member of the Masonic Collegiate In- stitute shall entitle said member to a certificate of diploma signed by the President of the in- stitution. Trustees and Secretary of the Lodge Jiiiraiiac.ory Spelling Reading Writing Arithmetic English Grammar Geography Davies' Algebra. Colburn's Algtbra Bour- don's Algrbra Divies...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 4 September 1847

TEXAS PRESBYTERIAN. y VOL. I. ftepas iJrco&ntcrfan. A Family Newspaper .leroled to ChrL-lianily 10 Jloraluj 10 Eincalion 10 Science 10 Aencnl. ture. and 10 Ihe diffusion of useful Knowledge. PlfflBMIgHiclB WEEKLY. Rev. Andrew J. McGows Editor & Proprietor. TEEMS. The Tcx Pai: btterum will be published on a laree fine imperial sheet with new and beautiful tjpe at 93 per annum in adrance or 1 at the ex- piration of the year. Subscription received at any time and the pap- er forwarded nntil the subscriber orders its discon- tinuance and pays op arrearages except at the op- tion 01 the Editor. Lelters ihrousti the Post-office must be postpaid otherwise they will not be attended to. Cr AJrenisementi inserted at the usnal prices the Editor risern'ns the ri?ht to reject all adver- tisements not deemed compatible with the charac- ter of ihe poblicalion. Agents Tor the Presbyterian. IX TEXAS. Jas M Biker. Esq Cuero. De Witt co. A. Jjn'-s Clerk. Goozales. Titos. II. Dig?in and Andrew ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 4 September 1847

above all the angel of death lias been forbidden to spread bis direful wings over our lovely land : in short we en- joy peace hcnlth and prosperity in an extraordinary degree. As a people therefore. Mho value our present and hope for future prosperity it behoves us to be duly grateful to God for these blessings. Shall not Texas then have a Thanksgiving Day ? Let the Gover- nor be petitioned to set apart a day or if he decline let some religious Iiody name one and let it be circulated and it will be observed otherwise we will be branded as an ungrateful people. A. fH f!ttta$ Htt$Gt)(matT. Rtr. A. J. McGOWN KmTo. HOUSTON. TEXAS: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER I 1347. lO'Thc Rev. Mr. Hunter lias return- ed and will occupy the usual hours on next Sabbath in the Presbyterian church. ITINERACY. One of the peculiarities of the C. P. church is that she has her circuit or itinerant ministers. We owe much of our former success to this plan of ope- ration. We think that it should be adopted in Texas. We a...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 4 September 1847

- f. J y American Sunday School Union arc dis- cussing the importance of this matter a; will be seen by reference to a com- munication published in a recent num- ber of this paper. It has been proposed to invest live thousand dollars iu the publication of the issues of the Ameri- can Sunday School Union in the Span- ish language and in a style adapted to Mexican taste and of course to depute an agent to attend to their circulation and to the organization of Sunday Schools the circulation of Spani-.Ii Bi- bles and Testaments &c &c through- out Mexico so far as Pro idence might clear the way. This much as a synopsis of what it is proposed to do for the youth of Mexi- co. Now for Texas. It is known to your readers that for more than a year past the American Sunday School Union have sustained an agency in Texas through the instrumentality of which many Sunday Schools have been estab- lished and quite a large amount of ex- cellent S. S. Publications put into circu- lation and the...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Texas Presbyterian — 4 September 1847

Di. C. S. GROWN &JL JOHNSON. Iiliii?f 1r H AVE united in tho practice of mrilicine. will De giTin uiltioul audmonal cuarge. January". I S47. I JAMES L. ALLEN. Attorney and Counsellor at Last; OFFERS bu prolfijional teitirra la the - public id the coantira of Calhoun Victo- ria Da Win Liraca Gonzales Guadalupe Comaand I. Residence si Gonzales. MASONIC COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE FANTflORP'S. Crimes county Texas. The following is tho standard of education aJoptcd'by the Kegrnts of this Institution: itesolred That the following studies scirn- cps and authors (or those which may be here- nf'cr intioducrd tijuiraltnttberelo ) cornplrttd bv a member of the Masonic Collegiate In- ttituteshall entitle said member to a certificate ol diploma signed by the 1'residint of the in- stitution Trusucs and Secretary of the Lodjri Ittroiuclory Spelling Kiadinz Wilting Arithmetic Eiiglia1! Urainm ir Gogniphv l)4ti' Algebra. Cuibum's Alg bra Uuur- dun's Algebra Dines1 Legrndie Uurriu'a tonphv of lh Heart ...

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