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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 December 1856

mjOTJES ON THE GOSPEIiS—BYMBLANC 1^1 THON W. JACOBOS, J>. D. 3vols.,12mo. $2.2&. Vol 1., Matthew; vol. II., Mark and Lukej-fol. III., John. The volumes sold separately—pries 75 eta. each. RECOMMENDATIONS. New York, February, 1854. Having had occasion to examine the Notes on the Gospels, by the Rev. M. W. Jacobus, B. D., wo have no hesitation in recommending them, as sound in their doctrine, and judicious in their exposition. As many erroneous books' aru abroad, we particularly desire this valuable Commentary tu have circulation in our churches and schools. ^ JOHN M. KBEBS, JAMES W. ALBSXANBEB, JOHN C. LOW RIB. Baltimore, January, 1854. This work is characterized by sound learning, sound doctrine, and lucid statements, a pleasant style, and the most serious spirit of piety. It is much needed. STUART B0BI3SFS0N, JOSEPH T. SMITH, ....,., WM. S.PLBMEK. , Charmbstos, February, 1854. I consider tliat I. would be doing service to the cause of pare religion, Scriptural th...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 December 1856

- MMciL . ; PresDyterial STptices. The PRESBYTERY OF ERIE will meet at Evansburg, on the first Tuesday of Jannary, at 8 o'clock P. M. » S. J. M. EATON, Stated Clerk. The PRESBYTERY O? BEAVER will meet in Newcastle) on the fourth Tuesday of December next, at 6 o'clock P. M. li. C. RKED, Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 December 1856

;¦' ;; ¦ ' . ' ¦ ¦ ;¦' y^^Jbtojo^-^^V/ ^ - ': DiEB—Of catarrh fever, on the 23d November, Marshau, Shields, infant son of Rev. James M. Smith, pastor of Bethlehem North Branch church. ' ; , ¦¦¦ ¦ ' Died—Of typhoid fever, in Petersburg, Pa.," on the 2d of Dec, after an illness of four weeks, J, L. Wjxsh, con sort of Mary E. Welsh, aged44 years.._. . ¦\--v. ; ., . , Died— 4t his residence, near Harlem Springs, Carrol Co., Ohio, Mr. Samuel T. 'i eifee. ¦ ¦ ' ; ' ¦ ¦ Mr. Telfer was for many years a consistent and valuable member of the Harlem PreBbyterian. church;' Though he* died comparatively young, .for be was only in his forty-first year, he^ -was not unprepared for tbe change.: Previous toi his last sickness, which resulted in bis death, he had pre-' monitions that "long life was not a boon for him;" and, therefore, he made bis caicnlations accordingly. He leavesan aged and affectionate father and mother, a beloved wife, and three little children, to mourn hisloss. They will ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 December 1856

llforrkfo* On Thnrsday, Nov. 27th, by Rev. D. J. Waller, Mr. John H. Cjuvbung to Miss Susan A, daughter of John Connor, Esq., of Brier Creek, Columbia County, Pa. In New York City, on Monday evening, Dec. 1st, by Rev. John Knox, D. D.,' Rev. S. T. Wilson, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, Rock Island, 111., to Mrs. S. A, Wasbjsn, eldest daughter of George Kinney, Esq; On Tuesday, the 2d inst, by Rev. Loyal Yonog, Rev. David Hall, of Brady's Bend, to Miss Elizabeth Walker, of Butler, Pa. ¦: ; On the 4th of Sept., by Rev. E. Henry,'Mr. Ahchtbaio rAvmsoN to Miss Mabqaeet R. Davidson, both of Venango County, Pa. , . .... . : . • ¦ .. • ;.;( . *. . . . .- : On the 22d of Oct., by the. same, Mr. Jamzs Pabksr to Miss Ltrcr Adams, both of Butler County, Fa. On Thursday evening, Nov. 20fh, at his residence, by Rev. G. Marshall, Mr Jacob Moelock to Miss Eliza Gilmee, all of Snowden Township, Allegheny County, Pa. Nov. 6th, by Rev. B. Ogden, Mr. James E. Cathcaet. of Westmoreland ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 December 1856

PRESIDENT'S MESSAGE Fellow-citizens of the Seriate and of the House of Representatives : " • The Constitution requires that the President shall, from time, to time, not only recommend to the consideration o£ Congress such measures aa he may judge necessary and expedient, but also that he phall give information to them of the state of the Union. To do this fully involves an exposition of all matters in the actual condition of the oountry, domestic or foreign, which essentially, concern the general welfare. While performing his constitutional duty in this respect, the President does not speak merely to express personal convictions, but as the executive minister of the government, enabled by his position, and called upon by his official obligations, to scan with an impartial eye the interests of the whole, and of every part of the United States. DOMESTIC INTERESTS. Of the condition of the domestic interests of the Union, its agriculture, mines, manufactures, navigation, and comme...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 December 1856

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 13 December 1856

": rk J> T E % TI § E M E tf T S. JOHN M, KIRKPATJBICK, ATTORNS^ AND COUNSJSLOK AS XAW, and7 Solicitor in ChsB-^liPS^&i13 ?. ¥oittth Bte^fc ¦ ¦*»»• the corner cf IT KNSfNGTOW OLOTS Wokks.-TLoYD ai^-i xA , ' Mannfactur»ra of Bar, SheeJi Hoop and Angle Iron, Nails, and Spikes; also, Hat Bar-Punched Bailroan iron. . - ¦¦ ¦ . i. ]¦: -..:. ¦ j ... . . wS2 rfhpme No - "Wa *<* Street, between Wood and Market. ; ¦ . oc25^m M ' Kij-iA "'etAssiCAi'ijfisOTwtJT:!;—tbm Summer Session of this Institute wiH oommenceoa Tuesday, May 1st. Curcnlarrmay be had at the Drng store of A. W. Gayley, i m «g*t OhratoatstreetB, PMlacleIphfe,atthe Book store ot J. ia. Wiisonj 9tk and Arch streets, and at the Education ooomBi 265 Chestnut street , or address apl4-^ Media. Del. Co., Pa. M * <Sr.i»^ £JF S>* BOOKS, STATIOHBRY, &C. -B.C. ** COCHRAN1!, No. 6 Federal Street, Allegheny, invites attention to file new and large stock opening, of recent par •chases in the-E js...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

L Hot the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Baptism.—Mo. 7. the rest of the Apostles/' saying, " What shall we do ? " verse 37. toe rest 01 me ja-pusues, aa^iug, t? *±av shall we do ? " verse 37. CURIOUS EXPERIMENT IN BAPTISTHENICS. The Baptist brethren claim that the Apostles could easily have immersed their three thousand converts in the time allowed them, and undertake to test the matter by actual experiment. Among others, a worthy Baptist preacher of our acquaintance, having on band some forty-three candidates for baptism, resolved to make trial of the speed with whieb he could put them all in succession under the water. Though it is certain there was no wager in the case, yet the good man was stimulated to do his utmost, by a desire to obtain a triumph over the Pedobaptists. For this end all needful arrangements < were made. Laymen were appointed to bring the candidates down to the water's edge. Others led them into deep water, where the minister plunged them u...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner itad-Aclvocate. A Few Plain Thoughts tola Young Friend Just Entered online Ministry. — ¦So. 2. [The following was accraentally omitted, at the time it should have^been published.] The jiode of preaching,. ! see, engages much of your thoughts, %&& I think loo much. From the way ££|ve heard some persons talk, one would thiifk that that was the question, when a man breathe a minister. Many who have been ^preaching longer than f have, think differently. And I think it will be found tha||she longer a man does preach, the less trouble he will give himself about the mere n|dde. The grand inquiry is, is vthe thing 4he Gospel calls f'preaching," done? .Th^fin'ode is altogether a subordinate matter. Though some will contend that Go&Ep preaching involves a certain mode; for instance, the delivering of the sermon withojitindtes. But this has iiever been shown^^^|s^|!Q!^ea^ eral satisfaction. As to"fpyipg^oi pi*^iyf rule in the case, you ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Marion Churen; Prospects, &c. Marion is the county seat of Linn,Co., Iowa, located ,on the South-East side of a large and beautiful prairie, nigh to timber, higuL and dry, and consequently healthy. It contains some , two thousand inhabitants, and, like all Western towns, is on the increase; being a point through which the Lyon's Railroad will pass, it will necessarily increase the business, arid add to the importance of the place. The Presbyterian Church begins to look up. It has just past through a season of great trial. Slariy thought it would hardly survive the division and difficulties with which it was visited. But it still lives, and there are now very encouraging signs of convalescence and long life. The congregation, in face of all its trials, poverty and weakness, and in spite of all opposition, has just finished a very neat and substantial house of worship, without being involved in .debt. The ^ interior is finished i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

lor the Preabjrterian Banner and Advocate. Concord Presbytery. The Presbytery of Concord met according to adjournment, atStatesvUle, N. C.,' on Wednesday, Nov. 6th, at, 11 o'clock A. M., and was opened ¦ with a sermon by Key. E. N. Davis, the Moderator, from 2. Cor. iv: 7—"But "we have this treasure in earthen vessels, that tbe excellency of the power pay be of God, and not us." •- Rev. A. W. Miller was chosen Moderator, and Rev. B. L. Beall, and Dr. E. Nye Hutchinson, Temporary Clerks. '. , ... There were in attendance during the meeting, twenty-one Ministers, and twenty-two Ruling Elders. , . * . /r.. -,.i . , Rev. Jesse Rankin, from the' Presbytery of Orange, and Rev.. T. W. Erwin, from the Presbytery of Bethel, S. . C.,. were received as members. Rev. S. ¦Williamson, D. D., was dismissed to join the Presbytery of OuacMta, Ark.; and Mrl John S. Harris, a licentiate, was, dismissed, to put himself under the car,e of Bethel Presbytery. A call from the church of AsheviHe, for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

For tbe Presbyterian Banner ai»d AdToeate. Synod of Texas, iu tkoiiiiigiiwiiuii- xne oynou 01 lexas ayey »» -.«".» Brazos, Washington County.'TexaB, on Thursday, November 6th, and was opened with a sermon by the Rev. R. F. Bunting, Jfr,qm, Romans xiy: 8. The Rev. Joel T. Case was chosen'Moderator, and the Rev. R. F. Buntings Temporary Clerk. The next meeting, was appointed .to be held in Palestine, Texai, on the first Thursday of November^ 1857, at 11 o'clock A. M. Nineteen ministers were present, and the entire session was harmonious, and a, spirit of brotherly love characterized all the deliberations. Seldom have we witnessed more unity of sentiment, and ^ concert of action. Although, from various causes, considerable more'than one-half of the ministers in our State were absent; yet we felt that in spirit they were with .us. And being inspired by one living faith and precious hope, we were ail engaged inuone glorious work^—battling for the hear cthat^Q-oil walinpSittii^4t^ih...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

Jfacts r t#tem|s. The Christian is not ruined by living m, fcne world, wHiehne must needs'do: while he remains in it^ but the world living in hihii—- Baxter. , ¦ - ¦-'¦ - ; - - >l''^-v "•>',-:\-: •" ? Seeoad- Presbyterian^ Ghurch in* Se.wi wf-t leans, of which the Kev, Dr. yvood&nage is . pastor,1 has' d4terminM'! t6! discontinu'e ' Hie'' custom of selling and renting pews ^ ;>• ¦¦ *« EESPONBiNG."---An Episcopal minister at . Columbus, Ga., recently preached a ser-' mon on the words, "Ethiopia :shall? soon.; stretch out her hands-'Unto G-od," and in the aftefnooa he ionnd one hundred dollars '! in the pulpit Bible,-.[with this endorsement, " Ethiopia, shall not stretch out her hands in ¦vain," , , ;.' ¦'•• ,-. ...;. ¦ ' ..'.•; " ¦• ¦ s .Chastisibient is not; in heaven, because there there is no sin j not in. hell, because there there is ho' ameudment. It is a companion of those that are in the way,5 and of them only. Divine f love and chastening ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

(iripral Jflctrg , Psalm lxxxiv. How pleasing to the upright mind Tiiy dwellings are, O Lord: To thee my heart and flesh would fly, h And praise with one accord. S The birds that hover through the air, I. Seek where may suit them best; K Directed by thy fostering care, K Within thine altars rest. ¦V' All people that with thee reside, Wt Thy boly name will praise; H And all who in thy grace conftde, ^R Shall live through endless days. ^H The man who owns a sovereign God, And in his truth remains JAUU 111s vruvu ^B. , ^^ k. .. m reiuiiiua, ^^ nhall pass the vale of fleeting life, ^^Hf Refre shed with heavenly rains. ^H pTlie righteous go from strength to strength, ^B In Zinn they nppear ; ^H O Lord of hosts, the mighty God, ^V To praying souls give ear. Hf The great Anointed is our stay, Kk In him our hope is sure ; K One day is better in thy courts B^ Than thousands men endure. m The Lord endues the righteous one m With strength as well as grace; W Nor will refuse his bounteo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

The Administration of Law—the " Ninetynine Guilty." Law belongs to intelligent creatures. It is given of God for their government, or is ordained by themselves in their associated capacity. An essential idea of law is, that it is a rule, or set of rules, duly emanating from the sooial power, regulating the relations and intercourse of the members and protecting their persons and property, under the sanction of penalties. It is ordained of God, as a means of human well-being j and to the attainment of that end, man's experience proves it to be an indispensable. There must be law. Two things are essential to the happy influence of laws; first, that they be truly good j and second) that they be really and righteously administered. It is with the latter, the administration of law, that we have now to do; and, not with the principle in the abstract, merely, but with the principle as modified, controlled, or perverted by the use ofapop^ <ufar maxim. things rapidly tending m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

Contributions iveio Eastern Correspondence. The Season of —uemanas on York Benevolence—Perplexity—Explanation and Vindication—The Foreign Board—Other Boards — Slatislics^-Liberality urged. New York, Dec. 13,1856. Mb. Editor:—This is the season of the year for contributions to benevolent objects in our churehes and community. The latest lingerers in Summer residences or retreats, have returned to their homes or hotels. Congregations have replenished their diminished numbers. Scattered Sabbath Schools have resumed their operations. The results of the "Fall trade" have been footed up. Approaching Winter reminds us of the sufferings of the poor. Societies for "their relief press their claims through "Annual Beports," or public appeals. Gaiety reigns in the circles of fashion, and liberality is expected of the pious and prospered. The migration and dispersion of our wealthy citizens, during the Summer, creates and explains the necessity for restricting collections for benevolent ob...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

S*rom oiir London Correspondent. *W -Cm i P J €Stdent and IWic Opinion ia En9 lana-A Great DefaulUr-Pud paih and Sis Career-Mercantile Jmmoralii^Its Prevalence audits Cmwx-Public Entertainment to Doctor MCrie-Lord Panmure—The College and He Studm ^iartweU Same's Work on the Bible, and Dr. Davidson's New Edition-Protest of Huvganan Protestants—Francis Joseph's ¥idi to Italy-Oppression of- Italian Jews—Poptrv •¦;» . ¦ Maa - tzra and Tahiti—Another Apot-toU JJuthem—Seme at Knight's Bridge—&r Tatt —Postscript. ....... • . " ^ London , Nov. 24,1856. ibe election for the American Presidency has excited considerable interest in this country, if not anxiety, not only from a general deprecation, of an extension of staverj—wiiiek after all may not ta£e Iace -—but also lest the new President should adopt a course which may be adverse to internatiwal peace. Let us hope and pray Aat u maj be otherwise. Christians 02 both mus are bound to love one another more auectionatel y than ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

%mutx aril. Sfoforcafe PITTSBURGH, DECEMBER 20,1856 fKRBISt— tl.SO| In advance* or lit Cluttf, §1.9*} or, d«ltv«r«d at residences of Sufeaerlbcrat *l«75t See Prospectus, on Third Page. R8»BWAl 8 should oe prompt* a little while before the year expires, that we may make fall arrangements for a steady supply* THK RBD WRAPPER Indicates that we «e«lre a renewal. If, however, in the haste •f mailing, this signal should be omitted, we hone our friends will still not forget us. aKMITTAHCKS.—Send payment l»y safe hands, when convenient* Or, send toy mall, enclosing -with ordinary care* and troubling nobody with a knowledge of what you are doing. Far • large amount, send a Draft, or large notes* For one or two papers, send Gold or small notes * TO MAKK CHANGK, Send postage stamps, »r better still, send for more papers! say 4* for Seventy numbers, or fl for Thirty-three numbers. DIRECT all tetters and Communications *©V RBTV. DAVID McKIStliBY* Pittsburgh, V .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

North-Westirn Seminary.—Rev. Dr. A. B. Brown has, as we learn, declined the call to the Chair of Eeolesiology in this institution. Jefferson Colleges—We last week noted, in our News Department, the erroneous report that this College was burned. We speak of it again, because we find the false report still in many of our exchanges. The buildings still stand. * * m » » *. Tffla "Bequest" of a Subscriber in behalf of a friend suffering under religious despondency, is commended to the notice of experienced and skillful spiritual physicians—especially to those who know how to estimate the influence of a diseased body upon a pious mind. Colonization.—The emigrant ship, Mary Caroline Stevens, built at Baltimore for the Colonization Society, M completed. Col. John Stevens, of Md., gave 136,000 toward, her, and $10, 000 were otherwise furnished. She is a vessel of seven hundred and twelve tons, and well fitted out for emigrants and trade, and will be steadily employed by the Society. Bo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 20 December 1856

Y» -»;ori hv ^iv.f poor widows weeping and without a fulm:^«t uuinbcr of votes, go up to them, aiitl after ascertaining particulars , T>urc!»:i;-i-' votes sufficient to secure the election ibr tlieir sons. He may have been conptinationally "generous/* although vanity v.:.- a predominant feature in his character; I)lit. certainly he was not conscientiously '•just." The "fast" system of living, leading to luxury, waste, debt and embarrassment, coupled with the covetousnees which prompts to the making haste to be rich, has wrought sad havoc to the cause of mercantile inarali'y, and involved maDy an innocent family ia irretrievable ruin. A Public Entertainment was given last week, by the ministers and lay gentlemen of the English Presbyterian Church in and around London, in honor of our new Theological Professor, Dr. Thomas M'Crie, late of Edinburgh. It was a delightful reuniou of the leading members of our Church, who in a metropolis so vast, seldom or never find themselves to...

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