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

_WasMmton. _. ._„ . Octobeb 17.-—The City Councils, this afternoon, reelected RichardWallach'Mayor of Washington. His former election was, to. fill the vacancy caused by the removal of Col. Berrett to Fort Lafayette, as a political prisoner, but as he resigned preliminary to His release, another election' was deemed necessary.;' ! • » Major Wm.T. Brboke, ' of-the _IJ.S. Army, has been appointed Brigadier General of _Volunteers. Information has been received here from a source entitled to credit, that Slidel and Mason, the rebel Ministers to France and England, are not only authorized to negotiate treaties of extraordinary commercial advantage with those powers-but to place the Southern Confederacy, for a limited period, under their; protection. '; "i Oot. 18.—Gen. McCleilan, _Accompanied by " Gens; Smith, McCall, and Hancock, and a strong escort of regular cavalry,*proceeded, yesterday, to Vienna, whichisfivemiles West of Lewinsville. and remained there _severalshours. _The Secr...

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

Defences of the Country. The dread-on the part of England and France, of the rapidly rising power of the _tfniteU States, and their ''hatred tff Eepublieati institutions, strongly incline them to embrace the opportunity afforded by the rebellion at the Sou h; to effect a division of the country. Spain also seems to think this a favorable - opportunity' to oppress freedom, and recover Mexico; and encouraged by * _JSnglaud and France, she is fitting out a powerful armament against that distracted people. How far these feelings and aspirations, in connexion with a desire for Southern trade, may influence the powers named, to interfere in behalf of the rebellion, is a question for the future. Our Government, however, is wisely looking _oukfor the means,of defence. .' ¦ , _. New-York, on account pf its trade and wealth, is a place of the first importance, and would likely be the place first to be assaulted by a powerfql foe. Its defences are: ON THE _XARBOWS. _Designation. Heavy Guns...

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

sentation of Colors.—J. Pennsylvania Brig-' • ade goes toUntnely. | n Thursday of last week, occurred one of the it interesting military movements yet witbed in our city. Governor Curtis, with Gen. jm and several other officers, had come to precolors to fhe regiments of QeMrHl Negley's jgade, previous to their departure for the field _Iction. The three regiments, Colfiambright's, I Stambaugh's, and Col. Serwell's, marched pit Camp Wilkins to Allegheny Commons, ere the ceremony was performed. The Govor accompanied the presentation with some 3-timed and patriotic remarks. i>f- i _le informed the regiments that they would not to Missouri, nor to Western Virginia, but,to j facri _pfois I Stcubenville Female Seminary U. open November 4th/ ''/See advertisement. [ ««M The Eclectic for _Joyember., E Kris number is embellished will a beautifully ¦raved likeness of Frederick the Great. The ler press presents a rich variety for inatruc-P and entertainment. It is for sale by Henry fe...

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

^|Mv4Uu _^l_^_Ulp*' Foreign 1 dates are received to October 10th. The Queen of _Madngascar is dead. Her son has lifeen proclaimed King, and formally demanded a French Protectorate_, _ui • ; _;: It isj reported that the principal ChambeTs.of Commerce in France have metnoralized. the Emperor to recognise the Southern Confederacy, and raise the blockade of the Southern ports. - The London Shipping Gazette] on the> same subject,.says that France and England must act strictly together, and argues-that their recognition would carry with it an amountof weight and moral influence which would . set up the Southern Confederacy. . - : ¦ '_- ' ;' ¦- ¦ " GREAT BRITAIN. The Earl of Eglington died on the 4th, from ah attack_*6f apoplexy. ¦ ".•'¦-' "-- -¦ *Mr. Lindsay, Member of Parliament_^ from Sunderland, in addressing.; -his -; constituents, touched;upon the American _^question. , He said as it would be some-time before cottpn could .be got elsewhere, liei considered it the duty of t...

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

- ._^.._^. 'i :-u*: J- *¦ ¦ .—... .-.I -io': hauc' 3 .Ju_^i .Z . f .;/o,• ¦;¦ ' ¦ .. :• weekly newspapek; Publishedat 3E»Ii Il 1?_SBTJK>a-I3::» &jL_± BY til D_«V«3 MfKpEV'_« CO*; • '¦ ;¦ ¦ • _> ' ; ¦ ¦ "¦• ' ¦¦ Tins is ¦ £' ¦ v . •_-•• ME(ffi _EpiiKHoM NEltePIPEK PRIMTEDOX EXCELLENT PAPER, _.. . * ,. . ' ¦ .. AND IS S P;Pf KI0;E S T Y L E ¦" * ' - : ": - ¦' ¦:' ' _TT CONTAINS - : - JE c_* JL*»arS sm 1_» ' ou all the leading topics of the day. both Religit m and Secular. . All the various subjects that present, themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention of iuMligent ana Christian _poople, are discussed from the Christian stand-point, and in tlie comprehensive spirit of Chiistian charity and enlarged benevolence. From the_^_begoinine of. oar present National troubles, this paper, while allying itself with no political party, has taken high and _feartesfr gmunid in fkvoi- of the Constitution and the regularly ordained Government, nnd- ...

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

Missouri. v It is <reported tbafe Gens. Price and M'Culloeh have united their forces ab-Osceola, South of the Osage river, and are fortifying the plp,ce with a view of there awaiting Gen. Fremont. Gen. _Frenionfc is reported" at Warsaw, on the North side of ihtFOsage, and" twenty miles below Osceola. Gen. Siegel had crossed the Osage, " and _Geni Fremont _was _^ preparing a pontoon bridge, for _4he purpose of _passing over. If facts are so, a few days will likely Wing; us information of a battle. > ¦"' ¦• ¦ '" """ • " " 'T _^s ' ¦: ¦ -. , ¦ . '*" ' . . Bands of rebels_'are reported m'Tiiany places _, in the State, doing great damage. _«r ' _« a A dispatch from Pilot Knob, dated October 22d, says that the rebels-under Thompson and Lowe, 5,000 strong, had Been' rollted%t Frederickstown, with great loss. Our loss is small, and principally of the Indiana Cavalry, in-which regiment Major Gavitte and*Gapt.,Wyman were killed. Cols. Lowe and Lewis, of the rebele, were kill...

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

SO _LDIE RS TO THE; KESCUE!. ¦;''' . • YiiuugnienrushhtKintiithe'_expd3ufes and(Jangersoi a Soldier's life, should prepare thenise)>ies for the filial,Fivers, theiDysentery, the Sores ' aiid Scurvy j which are alriiosi certain tdfoHow. ' HOLLOW AY'S'PfliOSJ used occasionally during the campaign, will insure suundiiualth to every man. Only 25 cts.per boxbi-pot. ' - •"• ¦¦ _- ¦ ueKiiJ-lf rp W o ; w;;o;;R ~-.s:i ; < _.;; ';;;;'. Valuable; to' the _Sieklor Well. ¦¦ :;/ . SlENT BY _IfflAlL. ; ' ; - •:..; No Fay Expected. _TJniil Heceiiied, Head, and _^Approved •1st. Dr. S. S. Fitch's SixL etuireson the CAh-m. "* , _J_'_rtvwi tion,.»uiJ- Cure ot Lung, _JBryiichial and f'_ *- . ., ,. : ¦ , ,; ; I Male and Female' _«onijjmint>_% Ufa the'i ode of Preserving Health to h Iliintou: i>ars. _s3iO _pag..., ... -.._^ . ..t_,;. Price, SO ceutB. 2ri. Dr. S. st!. Fitch'_s new work on Heart DiseaseApoplexy,, Palsy, f.heunmtisni. _Djvp_' .-psia' Dysentery. Cholura iiifant...

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

B'li A1R S V I.L Ii EFEM A _fcE SEMI-.- ¦ ;.,. _;-.,, .. .. ;. , - .KARY.. ¦¦ ,¦:•¦ . ¦ -¦.:.', : »¦' A Home For Young Ladies. : Rev: S.J1. SHBPI_^FA' , A.M., and Sirs. _SUSPLEY. Princis«Us. aide_«_i by a _ftiil c _irfft <if _Teacliew. Acconim_>_wlat ohs for ¦_=_!xry _Biiariliiiu _Scliolarfl The ordinary bill fur B' mnl', and Tiitii>n,in the regular course and-Lntin, is-$_>0. «() \_wp _Session •f five " mouths. _Auijile ftciiitie* tnv the ' Orn 'ihiebbil _iJranciies, and f _«r the _.M._KlRrn Lan_?_uag»s. , Cat_*l"gu*"S _wnt by mail, on application. This n<>xt iJeMion—Nin- te_^nth un-¦ler the present Principals—wiii c 'mm -ncp November 3th. . _i sepl4-2m ¦ ' _: ' S. IT. SRrii'fjKY. I'roi>ri«t«r. iy-.E'W- 'PA'LL *Jin ifHTER i_* . ,..-. . : > . _OLOTUIKO, . i--_; JS THE CASH SYSTEM—Hie- only system that enables us to Ki-H U_> urts ciieap these unsettled times. Cash " isoiif motto; md Under tlr_<t plnn we are now ...

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

We also have ' OCCASIONAL CORRESPONDENTS 111 all parts of the land The Compendium of 1; Domestic and Foreign News is prepared with much care and labir. Ami just now the oewaSfin tlie: daily papers is* often so im_^erb-un and c«ntralietory that _thi wsekly p._ipsrs ran give by far _tbe most reliablenews for.the public,.sinco the oi_^pornmity for silting ind correction is allowed. . Under the head of _PIESOWAL, the most interestmg. ineidente connected with individuals of note, whether dead or living, are published. And under tho head of ' ¦- ; _TMIETI1S, _: _; _vre given * _fto results of Science, Travel, Discovery, Statistical _Inforiuiition, &c, of most value to the public. : While at the same time most valuable , ;S;1LECTI!ON;S fifom hooks,-ntigajsinPSi_.aiid,other, newapapprs. are _pven for the Christian, the _jiajeut, _Uie man of literature and learning ¦md for the children. ¦i .I'!) - _. ' ¦ - 1 : '"¦ ¦•• J {:: ' .. ' . ¦ ' ¦ _. * " : ¦ . . Korare the CLAIMS OR...

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

WM. _H. KIRiKPATRICK JOHN F. KIRKPATRICK, Late of the firm of Kirk- tate _witbTGiilespie, Zeller patrick '& _Mutzgar. ¦ & Co., Philadelphia. m_^Mi H_* _KIRKPATRICiK & CO., _._WliQiesale Grrocers, F0S.WARDW0 .AND .COMMISSION MEEGL.ANTS_, ' ¦ _' ¦ ¦¦• "; 'J ** '* _iSB DEAtF.ES IN _PTTTgBDIiGH MANOTACTURBD ARTICLES. No. §99 Liberty St.. opposite bead of Smithfield, , PITI8BURG.HP A. 1 _ParKcular attention paid to the sale of Country Produce ¦ .-:¦; apWy .> '-: . ' . ' , '¦' • . •"; " ... _g A R T _^ O L F ' S S E WI®6 IAGHIHIS. "v "i: " Tlie Beit in Use. _!A: NEW STYLE,' ONLY $36.00, Mating the _Showis, br'Ld' cS_'STiTCH, which is approved for all kinds.bf work, aBd«b*»ery many varieties is theonly otf_« mixiablc ttiteh.. .. .r ,. .-... - . , . ••»' •¦».» :' -A'new supply of both family and Manufacturing Macnfuee justireceived. ;_,«f AJSENL' _S WA&TKD. Send for Circular and Terns. Address HENRY. M. R _KOADS, Agent, - • _nmrlQiifrf'' _' ' _- '_...

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

[ANKOONCEHE_>_rrs, Gratis; Additional Remarks, Fits Cents a Line, Nine Woeds ' sxnrd- ' A _* _Lkjris.i ' JQIED—In Ganesfield, OhioSeptember 18th, MARY RBB1CCA, _Hgsd 4 niohtKs and 28 days, and October 5th, KLLA MAY, aged 5 months and 9 days; twin daughters of Rev. .Tames A. and Ellen B. _Marshall. , DIED—At her, residence, in this city, October 12th, Mrs. REBECCA A. F.' M'OBEOOR, daughter of Richard F. Randolph,of East FaitfieM,* Ohio, aged 35 years. - .Mrs. M'Gregor was born in Columbiana County, Ohio, September._18th,i 1828, and early in.. life _connected herself with .the _Biiptist church, at Achor, O.,' where she became an pfflciont teacher in the Sabbath School, and a regular attendant at prayer meetings. ¦¦ • _i •¦• ¦ ¦ In her early life she gave considerable attention to literary pursuits; :and some of the journals pf the day contain beautiful extracts from her pen, both in prose and poetry. In her writings,-as in he_^ ,life, she never loses sight of her Saviour, and...

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

I For the Presbyterian Banner. j-: "Essay upon Itineracy.*1 Ihrough the kindness of a friend, I have lived a copy or this Sssay, written by ^•Rev. Dr. Page, Rector of an Episcopal h"ch in Allegheny. The author's eonjtion of the proper position and value of Itinerant ministry, appears to us to be |tby of the special _attention of others, well as Episcopalians. * While he rejects I itineiant ._system as a permanent argement, to the exclusion of settled pas-); bo urges its importance as a pioneer ncy, to be employed in destitute places, fere " the _Grospel and the Church are known." He very properly objects to pdcring itinerants, who, subject to no ntrol, intrude themselves into regularly Bplied pastorates, and create and foment art-burning, jealousy, and strife. Itin-Ints should go forth regularly authorized _f the proper authority. pf an interant who would efficiently aejinplish the end of his voqatioo,,the aubr gives a vivid and eloquent description. exomplification of _sueh an ...

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

TV A , R RAN T ' S :.'. ' . Effervescent This yalttiibio aud popular Medicine, has universally received ',' _itxi most favorable recon_'_iihendatiunii of 'the" Medical . _ProfuSoion and the Public as the most effl-... . " cient and agreeable Saline Aperient. V, ; . It may be used with the best _effect; in BILIOUS AND _FiJBRILB _EfiSBASBS, ' _GO8TIVKNKSS, SICK UEADACUE, NAUSEA LOSS OV AI'PiSTI _IH. _INDIUESYfON. ACIDll'Y OF TH(-I STOMAC«i _TURPiDITr O_^' TEE V_.lYKR. UpUT_,; RHEUMATIC _AFFECTIONS, GRAVKL, _?II.ES, , , A.HD ALL C0MPI.AINT8 WHBRB A; Gentle _aafl Cooling ' Aperient or _Ptargatlve. Is _llcqulred. , It is particularly adapttMl t» iIik'wants of Trawlers by Sea andLandjit-'sideutsin H'tClimates, _^ .e.rs-ms ,_qf;Sedentery HabitsluvaiMs and Convalescents; Captains of _^ Vessels and I'latiters will find it a valuable! addition to their Medicine _Cheats.: ' .- ¦ ¦ ¦:<¦¦ .-: . ..-• _• ¦ . ¦ ¦;- . : - .,.. ¦ ¦ .; ' '< ,: . . It is in the form of a Powder, caref...

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

The British Ambassador and the Secretary of State. Several things have occurred, since the breaking, out of the war, between English officials and our'own, which evince differences of sentiment; There Is entire gentlemanly intercourse in the courtesies of life, but possibly not all the oflicial harmony that could be desired. Lately, Lord Lyons complained to our Government of the exercise of its authority, in suspending? the " writ of freedom, " and arresting two British subjects for an infraction of our laws. jkr. Seward, in his reply, after detailing the facts, says;: . ' ¦ -, : - _'¦ < ¦ ¦;>;• ¦ ¦• ' - r ¦ ., •? The proceedings of which the British Government complains, were taken upon information conveyed to the President by the legal police authorities of the country, and they were not instructed until after he suspended the great writ of freedom in just the extent that in view of the perils of the State he deemed necessary. For the exercise of that discretion ...

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

; (_Tnipn of Railroads. .- ' A bargain has been, for months, on, hand, , between the Pennsylvania Cehtrai Railroad! Company, and the Philadelphia and, Erie. It.: is called a Lease, but it is virtually, a Sale, being for.a termof ;99 years., ;It is now nearlyjmade' i wanting but the execution of the papers.. The PMlsdylphia Ledger _thxts speaks of it: , ¦ •• , u The terms of sale are substantially, we understand, that the Pennsylvania Railroad Company, shall guarantee the bonds of the Philadelphia and Erie Kailroad Company to the ' amouht of $3,800,-000, to complete the road, paying out of the same to the Philadelphia!i and Erie Railroad company' $150,000 * for its present rolling stock—leaving $3,650,000' to be applied* to thework of construction. The Philadelphia and Erie Railroad Company will then hold as assets $1,200000 of its authorized issue of five millions of bond,r $150,-000 received for their rolling stock, and about $350,000 of bonds, covering a link of some forty mil...

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

_XT'DGEHILL _SCHOOtf ¦%•.. ,. ,; ¦ . ¦ • ¦ , ¦" >-. : ¦ u&minceton_; n. j.. _^ A Home For Boys; Pupilsjprepared thpTOughlyipr College »r for _^ business. The school ' premisesi ' contain thirteen " acres, providing amply for lawn, playground.1 and garden.- <,».-.. .•; > _» TERMS—Si25 per Session. lor Circulars address REV.: J.'P. HUGHES, ' auij24-3ai ; ' ..,., . . Piineipal. •' _^I_^_ELLSYILLE INSTITUTE, An Academy for _ydung men preparing for College_; commercial pursuits, or, teaching, and a Seminary /oi young lndte»—affording ail the advantages of a school of thifirst class. -The course of study embraces _Languages. Ancletrt and Modern, Literature. ; Science,, andfianu Music. .Expenat's, $S_5 per Session,*oV $100 'per Academical year. " . '• The next _Session opens Septeroberil ' th, 1861, and'continhes fourteeuweeks. . Pupils receivf d at any tinjejiurlpg the year. For further information, apply tor Circulars or Catalogues to the Principal, .REV....

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

THE RIBL1_CAlXi REPERTORY AND PRIKCETON_;_Ri.yiB]_W. .for OCTOBER, 1861, is out, and contains the following "_articieB: ' Abt. I.—Dr. 's Hickok_'s New_'a.nd -Revised Edition of Ra--•'.- "' . - 'Monal . _Psychology. ¦ :¦¦;]'• ¦ • . , « ii.__American "Nationality. ' V _, • " Hl.-_^Someilate Developnienti of-Am_6rican Ration . , - _alism. ..: ' . t ; ., ;¦ .,..:. _'.,,,.. " I V.~A Practieal View of Infant Baptism; " V.—Vander_,Palm. ;" : Js . ; , « VI.—The Natural _Srounds of Civil Authority: ; ' ¦ .. Short _Noticed ¦ -; :_" u; ¦ !:; ; _'s' ' - ¦ ¦ • ¦ '- ¦¦ ¦ . Litei»ry»_IntolUgence.,. j._^ ,- ;.:.:¦ ¦ ¦: . The Biblical Repertory and Princeton Review is, edited by the Rev. Charles Hodge, D.D., aiid is published quarterly, in January, April, Jaly, > and October,, at three .dollars per annum. ' . - _. ., 1. Subscribers " foronecopy, who-rcniitttireedollars in advauce, to tho office of publication, will be entitled to payment of postage ou all numbers issued after the receipt of...

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

Good Kews from Washington. A Cincinnati contemporary gives_;the following sound and sensible information: <<', , ;\ A gentleman, in whose clear-sighted intelligence and sound judgment we have the .utmost confidence, has just returned from Washington, where he had extraordinary 'advantages as an observer, and assures us that every loyal citizen should be well satisfied with the condition ef our army and the movements of McCleilan. The army has every thing demanded. tor _insure its utmost efficiency, and though not so .enormous as some of the letter writers say it is, is truly a a " Grand Army." McCleilan' being a thorough scientific soldier and strategist, is by no means a rash man; but he is now on the offensive, and is crowding the rebels-toward their hole at Manas.-sas_, advancing step by step, and_^preparing ? to hold the ground as he goes. At every step _tjhe forests are cut down, roads opened, telegraph wire 's ?laid, batteries planted, " masked" and open, and...

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

Pennsylvania's _ftnota Filled. ' _Hakkisbubg_^ Oct. 19._^-_^In consequence of th& recent rjquisitibri made upon. Pennsylvania by the National Government, the impression seems to have gone abroad that a large number of re-r giments are still required, and Gov_* Curtm _JssJ beset with _appjications _^ to accept new regiments. This is an "error. Pennsylvaniia, has already a_^suflicientrhuniber of regiment's to'nie'etltllihfe requisitions made upon her by the National Government, and thpy are now being filled and equipped as rapidly as could be desired. Goy. Curtin, therefore, has no power .to accept any new regiments afc this time. PennsylTaoia _Electiott. There are elected ' to the lower House of the Pennsylvania Legislature_^ 43 straight Democrats, 47 _^Republicans, and 10 Union Democrats. The Senate_> stands 23 Republicans to .10 Democrats. The 10 Union Democrats in the House hold _4he balance of power in that body, but, cannot in any way prevent a Republican majo...

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

Rr members to be loyal to tile National _pnincnf, and that if any for this cause |<_i separate themselves from the icij, the sin of schism shall not be laid le door of the As&eiubly.",' iBigued, John Stockton, t , :s W. EvjAleich. A. M. 0. < SUPPLIES. hanl-fort.—Fourth Sabbath of October, _iPVtris Brown. Second Sabbath of Nojg? rRev. David,Heyvey. Fourth Sab-• of November, Kev. J. S. Pomroy. tod Sabbath of December, Eev. James pi rnr- Fourth Sabbath of December, I J. T. Fredericks. Second Sabbath of pry, Eev. W. B. Keelii»g. F _._ourth Nth of January, Bev. Jr_^'Cald_^bll ; flminister the Lord's Supper. Second bath of February, Dr. J. _Stockton. rth Sabbath of February, Mr. J. F. fill. Second Sabbath, qtjMarch, Mr. J. feflagill. Fourth _SabbaiP_^bf March, I N. B. Lyons. First Sabbath of H, Eev R. S. Morton. Third Sabbath Ipril, Rev. S. F. Grier. felhburfj, West Liberty, and Waynesj_^ have leave to supply themjelves ^| _# .

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