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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

.Y 'fHi ' ja_«-7iOi:i'iSSfw-ay?*jbs"/u_^..ur.f._v.a 'l k ,-1 lUB|PlAHr COBBlSPOpENCB. ,; Disaster, to ,jn V Gkeat EASf ben '' —The Rokan _Qdesiioh -°1_p»i _^fet' AaiNiB&" 'f l-THB ' Fop? _Sefoses_^_akd - Wix-_^slk-. !f<»_mir fAMDt COMi?ESSAIl6N~epiiON-STOPI.Y?;_ijS MIBMnis OF jL/LKCA8BHffi—1' H_^ CZAR _[ASJp .HIS _ABKEAi, FOR _?EACE—' "' Sli_^^lDli BBI._*ia AOT AMBRKA—THE_^OTEK iN 5CHE HIGH--i_; _USM_~M.<kkli iP&ITOES.kND IHK * ikpiklAIilfflaSS-yUHIA-._TIONS,_WjCH«_TA?ASl} JA3?AS-tVlBlTSIOJtEKAEKA_^LE _PEACE S '' —Wakwick Castle, " Eenilworth, ' _Boswoeth _Hisw, aki w jkichj no|, ,! ro_^ ly, _^as ,_J herj,voyage .to _9* , ew _, xork _acrestkd. out ?n whicp other Atlaii : ^^tltofpf ! _!_iHweW £1 th4nls_^lves ;_3an^| pectediy sUperidr_^Tn1 eneSun'feriWg-irenien ,douS gales:and:;seas, _._hafe .caused 1 both ' paii _^ aad. ,a,_§tottishmen,t _s _V_^L\ _jnp_^_u _appeajs_^_vhoy in strength and power, to" wniat they ough _^haiyenVio_^sidMn_^lne_^asfe _^izlf...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

EJ_>rr4)BIAL t'_ORRESPOOEKCB, _Baltimoee, Oct. 16, 1861 Oar last left us with the Pennsylvania Re-erve, uader General McCall_, on Friday _evjning. At 9 o ' _clock ou ihe s:ttue evening it was our privilege to conduct the evening worship of the Pittsbm-gh Rifles, commauded by Capfc. Smith, formerly a popular Conductor on the Pittsburgh, Fort Wayne and Chicago Railroad. This noble company belongs to the Pennsylvania _f th, under Col. Jackson, so well known by those who have been aecustomed to pass over the Peansylvauia Railroad. Almost the entire company was present. The hymn , commencing: " All hail the power of Jesus' name," was sung to the tuue'so intimately associated with the wolds, and which is so well k-aown in all ,the churches. After this, - a part of the 103d Psalm was read andprajer _ofered, amid the greatest apparent devotion. To have beheld that scene would have comforted many auxious hearts whose loved ones are in the ranks of that company. From the time o...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

' „ . . For the Presbyterian Banner. Action of the Washin gton Presbytery. The following .paper on the conduct of our Commissioners dn the last General Assembly, and on the State of our Country_, was adopted: " Presbyterv having heard the reports ot the Commissioners to the last General Assembly, and especially the explanatory statements of Drs.. Stockton and AlncL. respecting their vote&on the several papers before that body, io&egard to the state of the country, (the lay, *Commissioners being absent when the safd votes were given,} deem_^it'due to,the importance of the subject involved, and to the public attention which it has excited, to place on record the following minute, viz.:—The Presbytery having the fullest confidence in the integrity and fidelity, as well as patriotism of their _Commissioners, and'hot.being able at the time of their appbfia'tmebt, to foresee in what aspects our .present national troubles-might comer before the Assembly, declined to. gi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

CHRISTIAN _LOYALTl This is the title of a Discourse preached _before the Synod of Northern Indiana, by Uev. John M. Lowrie, D.D., October 10th, .and published by request. It is founded on the ' words of Paul to Titus, (Titus Hi: 1,) " Put them in mind to be subject to principalities «w_/7powers, to obey magistrates." Ministers, when preaching the Word, are within the sphere of their duty; and we rejoice to find our brethren faithful in this. Such texts as that here presented are, just now, "A'wotuin season." Providence calls for their selection, and their faithful exposition and application. The minister who, at such a time, would be terrified into silence by-tie cry of politics, is unworthy of his people, and faithless to his Lord and Master. We wish no one to go farther than the Holy Spirit, in the written Word, lias given him a text. And no one should strain a- _test, nor unduly magnify civil affairs, even in their religious aspects, nor cherish any but a Gospel spirit ; ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

PENNSYLMirCOLfMZATION SOCIETY. This is one of the noble" enterprises of our day, which is very defectively patronized. The interest professed in the welfare of the people of color in our country, is very great; but the actual beneficence extended to them, is very small. We have much to say about the unnaturalness aud inhumanity of slavery, and profess an intense loathing of the system, as well we may, but what do we for the real freedom and true eleva ' tion of the race which suffers? Our State luws, protective of their liberties ; and the occasional uprisings and mobs in defiance of law, to prevent the recapture of the escaped; and the " underground railroad " system, spiriting them away from _thtsir masters, all come immensely short of making them real freemen. Excluded from the social circle, and" from official station, and from the bearing of arms, and from the use of the elective franchise, their nominal freedom is s'till a condition of degradation. They cannot rise among...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

A CORRECT SENTIMENT RELATIVE TO THE - WAR. Rev. Dr. Lord, of Chicago , thus spoke , in his Fast-day sermon : I know there have been criminations and recriminations between individuals , and parties, and sections, and my soul has grieved over them in secret and in public I know, too, that some States have _attempt ed to evde their obligations to the Constitution in the matter of fugitive slaves, and 1 have felt that , to that extent, they _brought our common _country into peril, and th£nselves uoder -dishonor. And yet thev have not been alone in sinning. It would be, indeed , a .difficult thing to adjust the exact proportion of guilt , belonging to the different sections, and determine which has been most ir. the _wrong. We have all been too much so But all this . is aside from the real question. That relates to the National Government. What has been il position and course ? How has it borne itself V_Tld t _^ *_"*?*3Qd a11 _S™ St _tes ? Wisely, kn,dly, and impartially from th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

THI IMAMS AND THE WAR 'Someofthe Indian tribes hold to their .allegiance to the United States;, others Join the rebellion. Among the latter are the _.Cherokees. This is the most civilized _attd onost -powerful of them. Unhappily they are slaveholders, and this enables the rebels {to practise upon their fears. John Boss, their principal Chief, resisted for a long time. But ,he,has yielded. He thus addresses (Jen. _MoGitli.ough : At a mass meeting of about four thousand Cher<>kees at Tahlequa, on the 21st lost., the Cherokees, with marked unanim ity, declared tfceir adherence to the Confederate States, aEnd-have given their au-.thorities power to iiegbfciate an alliance with ¦_tjh_«ein. In view of this action , a regiment of _tooraated men wil! be immediately rais-«.i, _iMwl placed under command of Col. John DBjrwyto meet aay emergency that may arise.. Having espoused the eause of the Confederal States _^ _a_?e'hope to render efficient _servuoe in the protracted ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

*or the Presb_>t ' eW Banner Presbytery of Carlisle. sermon from Rev. D Grie" ° pened h _? s _TO ?_Uf_^e7_;tnt;_toe _^Ml> it r_^t_±_t^^ rjbrh o e f _* witn _^ ._uvm,. the strong cords of brotherl y love , apparentl y pervading all. Rev. Wm. Y. Brown (received at our last meeting fro m the Presb ytery of Omaha ,) was certified' to the Presb ytery of the Potomac. - \ Mr. John Wherry was licensed to preach the Everlasting Gospel. Rev. R. . A. Brown requested and obtained a dissolution of the pastoral, relation existing! between him? and the congregation at Hagerstown , and was appointed to continue there as Stated Suppl y until our next reguhr meeting. The installatio n of Rev. Wm. I., " Beattie over the ' _, Waynesboro branch. ' of his. charge , - was reported. A call from the church at Petersburg for Rev. J. R. Agnew _,'"(_present ~* _At ' _*"&; was re turned with T . Lue last *»eetture. ea Wlt _* _masons for declina-The churches of P<^ _; *« tad le...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

NON-ATTENDANCE AT PRESBYTERY Absences from the meetings of Presbytery—especially in cities—are very common. The Presbytery of Rochester City, or its attending members, grieved with this sin, unanimously &s is said, passed the following preamble and resolution : 'Whereas, Many members of this'Presbytery seem indifferent in regard, _,to their attendance upon its sessions; and _* Whereas, Itis the imperative duty of all members to attend faithfully upon the meetings of Presbytery; therefore,,' Resolved, That " hereafter every member of Presbytery who may find it impossible to attend upou its meetings, shall be required to send a written excuse " for his absence; and in case of continued neglect "ll "c *_rx ' —p_'11 **——if——y——-w_^_sJiae_^_il _JRresbvterMi shall call the delinquent to give an account for his neglect. The first part of this resolution'is good, but the means of enforcement , as provided in the latter part, may prove very inefficient. All Presbyteries profe...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

THE BlBLKAfc _REPIBTOET The October number of the Repertory maintains fully the usual character of that journal. Its contents are: I. Dr. Hickok's New and Revised Edition of Rational Psychology; II. American Nationality; III. Some Late Developments of American Rationalism; I'V. A Practical View of Infant Baptism; ' Y. Tan. der Palm; VI. Natural Grounds of Civil, Authority. Short Notices. Literary Intelligence. The first article is a philosophical refutation of a very absurd idea which ]Dr. _Hickok_; of Union College, endeavors to present under the appellation of Rational Psychology . The article on American Nationality is able and lucid; and brings to notice sundry matters belonging to the inception of our National being,* which are highly important. In this day of the pleading of State rights and State sovereignty as a covert for treason, and as a justification of rebellion, thepublie should be taught vastly more than what is usually known of our history during the period o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

POSTAGE STAMPS AND MALL SOUS The old style of. postage stamps have now become utterly useless to us. Please do not send them, .., ' .. _Denominations larger than three cents are of bat iiftie value to us. We can use bujfc a i' ew of them, and our Post Master will not -exchange them- Please do not send these. Three cent stamps we use to a large extent, ' but they are accumulating, and we have much trouble in disposing of the surplus: Send these only for change, .under a dollar! 'One cent stamps we can use, both, on letters arid papers, and as these are not abundant we can use all that are likely to be sent. The time was when our Post Master would take stamps oft* our hands, but that time is past. Hence our requests; ,,. Small Nbte$ _, of sound banks in Pennsylvania, Ohio, Indiana, Kentucky, New _^Jersey, New-York , and the New-Eugland States, we can use. Please send us these. when gold is not convenient , for sums under five dollars.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

¦ar.iuBd . the b_^_o _grea t central _*_jn»eo, a man, d«af and 4muib, suot dead Lord B<_ouke, Ike Pa>4ia-uienury General. Bat this did _«0t •p_^_eveat'a successful sie_^e of the _^at_^e _a; «! mvi the _eky<_Ood _grounds ,}_x.(an«"l. kv ;u;]li\!te the, Cav-ieffl had en' % ( .'ache;! iheiaeelvfB, Jhe High Church _histynins'_fcfiy -that _Croaiwall's soldiers used to '_Kfefefc cats -daily throug h, the Cathedral, and amazingly enjoyed the echo of the yells of the pursuing hounds, These twines are passed; nought but a fresh eivH'Svar could bring up England to that _blGod &eat fervor that enabled theLoDg or Bump Parliament to order the taking _0ff the b«acl of the Cathedral. At present it is _mriJer_^oiog.extraordinary repairs aud renewwl.-.. The, carved figures aud carved •woQU-fJOik-r—ail executed by English hands -—-jiVe marvellous., Next month the build-•ing.is»to * - ,be_*reopened for public worship, •an4-the Bishop of Oxford is to preaeh the _^set-mo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

A _CHR1STIAM OFFICER. We are happy in the thought 'that a number of the officers in our armies are Christians, and some such oceupy high positions. Among other pleasing evidences of this, we note the following: Gen. Anderson, the true Christian hero, on his arrival at Willard's Hotel, in Washington, ou Wednesday evening, was waited on by the Philadelphia committee, and presented with the elegant sword voted him by the city of Philadelphia. The sword cost one thousand dollars. A biief _presentatioa _speech was made by Theodoee Cuyler 5 _itice, Truth and Loyalty. The war we are engaged in is holy and just, and although •the clouds are dark, I have no fear for the result. I believe that ire, as a nation, as well" as individuals, have sinned in our greatness the past few years. We have forgotten God. We have been blessed by Almighty God beyond any of the nations. _nsd have token to ourselves the credit, and lie is now leading us back fco himself through humiliation and troubles:"

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

Synod of Kentucky.—This Synod met afe Harrpdsburg, October 9th. From the Herald we learn that there was a great degree of unanimity, or rather perhaps, of peaceful diversity of sentiment. Dr. B. •J. _BbegksINRIBOE was Chairman of a Committee on the Minutes of the Assembly. We have received a defective copy of the Herald, and cannot hence give the Committee's Report. It seems, from the Edi tor's remarks, to have disapproved of the Assembly's action, but to urge peaeeful acquiescence. -Unity is pressed upon the Synod. Violent mini.<tersean pull up stakes and remove to those with whom they affiliate. But the churches must remain on the soil; and as the war must end, it will be wise in Christians so to conduct themselves that they may, after it is over, abide together,in peace.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

ECCLESIASTICAL Mr. Philip H. Mowby was ordained by the Presbytery of Philadelphia , on the 8th inst., and installed in the Fourth Presbyterian church. , , Mr. E. R.Van Eman,-late of Ten Mile, Pa., is about to settle in charge of Ottowa and- Rockville churches , Ohio. His Post Office is Ofctowa, Putnam County, Ohio ' . Rev. Mr. Woodbidge was received from the New,School Presb yterian church, by the Presbytery of Zanesville , at f its last meeting. Rev. H. S. Fullerton , South Salem Ohio, has two sons,' Rev. G. _FuiiLEBTTON and Rev. A. F. Fijllerton , who are chaplains in . the army.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

|Jrejsh|tttt _fanner. ., ,„; t r ; ¦ - , i ••' , ' ¦' ' . ' .,,- _PlTTSBBSei_, SiTURDAf, OCTOBER 2. 6, 1861. .<8_ST JUaving _purchased for our offige the " Right" to use Hick's _Accuxntaltt and IH&patch Patent, allor nearly all, _ofcovr nubscrilj&ri now _h&ve their papers addressed to t'_tem regularly by a singularly unique machine, which fastens (m4he ' v>idie4_iargin a small- «otore(i(B _iiW«8« itamp" 'or labelwhertmt appears tkmr name plainly printed. _fMovsed by the date tip to which they havt. paid for their papers—this btinp atiihorUed _<% en Act of Congress. The dite will always be advanced on the receipt of subscription money_, in exact accordance with the amount 40 received, and thus he an ever-ready wnd valid receipt; securing to every nne. and at all limes & perfect _knowledge of his _newspaper ae-<!(_ttir tt,_ff> thxtt ifatoy error is made he can immediately de'trct it'arid have it corrected—a bonn al...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

Synod Of Baltimore.—This Synod is composed " of the Presbyteries of Carlisle, Baltimore, Winchester, Lewes, and Potomac. B y a general consent it seems that there is to be no Synodical meeting this Fall. The seat of war embraces a large portion of the territory. Hence the le _^ oresentation of the people would be but partial.

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 26 October 1861

THE NEW-ENGLAND CHURCHES IN FORMER TIMES. A " Traveller" in New-England writes to the Cincinnati Presbyter : " The early practice of the Church was . to have two ministers in one ebui;ch. Thus ,we . read, that_, on the organization jof the Salem church, Mr. Skelton was chosen >pastor and -Mr._^HiefGlNSOK_^_eficw_^er,* of ipswiilh. Mr. If ATiiANiEi, _Rogers was pastor_^and Mr. J6hn Norton *as teacher ; and this church |jontinued_?to haveia pasto and teacher for one hundred and ten years. Hooker and Stone were pastor and teacher at one time of Newtown, (Cambridge,) Wilson and Cotton, pastor and teacher p( Boston; ' ' . st Thdre were also Ruling Elders in the early churches of New-England. At the organization. , of the Salem church,., Mr. HpuQiiTON was elected Ruling Elder, a,nd * as for the circumstances of admission into the church, they left it very much unto the discretion and faithfulness of their 'elders/ The church of Ipswich' retained elders for ninety-three ...

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