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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Notices of Religious Meetings and Movements. One great object of the religious p ress , is to present before the people information concerning the various ecclesiastical and benevolent operations, in the centre from which the newspapers emanate,, and in the region where they circulate. But to do this, as is perfectly obvious, those most directly engaged in the works undertaken by the various Societies and Churches, must afford facilities to the press for learning their movements, and being present at their meetings. In regard to meetings of Presbyteries, Answer to " A Bequest." The directions given by " R. L." on our first p_^ge_, to a person in great distress of mind, are truthful . Possibly they may grate harshly, but Jet them not be rejected. Let the wounded spirit energetically cast off that lassitude, which complains and sorrows and does nothing, and at once lay hold of the hope set forth in the Gospel. Confide, and press onward. We have, from " A Layman_^" a communication ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

The Chinese Insurrection. The Insurgents in China, checked for some time, have recently renewed their progress. We have paid some attention to reports and statements of their faith , but are unable to form any very definite opinion of them. Some of the truths of the Bible, they maintain, and idol worship they strongly reject ; but we are not able to recognize in them any of the distinctive features of Christianity, nor even anything that looks hopefully thither. We quote; from the China Mail a few sentences, written, as we suppose, by our judicious missionary, ' Dr. Happer, which may be interesting: It is bow almost certainly ascertained that Taiping Wang was in the house of the.Rev. Mr. Roberts at Canton, for several months in 1847, studying the Hew Testament, and that hence he has had considerable ' 'advantages for becoming acquainted with the history? and doctrines of the Bible. His writings show that he had copies of the Pentateuch and the New.Testament i_«, his possession, ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Much Labor. Whitfield is said to have preached , in thirty-five years, eighteen thousand sermons. He once put himself on what he called short allowance, namely, three sermons ' on the Sabbath, and one on every week day. This was zeal, and it may have been wisdom. Every minister should do all that his mental and physical powers are competent to perform ; and we are persuaded that_, while some sinfull y neglect their study, there are many who would do much greater good by being Jess in their stud y, and more on the _etand or in the pulpit. _?or tie Presbyterian Banner and -auvocaie. .Revival of BeEgiori. _afr _TBpper Ten Mile Church. Washington, Pa., Dec. 25. Bro_; M'Kjnney;—The; church ;at Ten Mile has again been visited with a precious season of spiritual reviving. Such seaspns are fitly called in Holy Writ, " times of refreshing." They refresh_, ministers _^ elders, and private Christians J and to the young converts they are life from the dead. When many were converted in Samar...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Ecclesiastical. Kev. Andrew Marshall , a colored minister of Savannah, died recently, aged one hundred years. He was pastor of the First African church in that city. Rev.,Gr.-W. Carter, has resigned the Presidency of the > Petersburg Female . College. Rev. J. M. Henry , of _Pifctsylvania , " Va., died on the 12th inst. A devoted laborer is fallen. Rev. E. Eells' Post-Office address is changed from Ben Franklin , to Paris, Lamar County, Texas. Rev. <_xEOkge Brown was installed at Hamden, N. Y., on the 8th ult. Rev. H.-M. Robertson was iQ£frai)ed . pastor of the Pre%terian church at Honcon Wisconsin , On Thursday, December 18th by a Committee of the Presbytery of Wmnebago. IteF _j, q Spofford, of Depere presided , Rev * R Frame, of Fond du Lac, preached _" the sermon and gave the charg e the _Beonle and Kev. Samuel Robertson,of \5.!' ,i_ -i_ i . _* * * ion©*" connee, the charge to the pastor, _fhis church recently dedicated a new house of worship, every seat in which...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Tor the yrealtjtenan Banner and Advocate. • ¦ • ¦ ¦: ; _': . : •¦ ¦ ;¦• ¦ ¦¦ ¦D6iiMl(^r'yi8itv '\' Ma. Editor :—Permit_^ me through your columns; * to notice a very pleasant visit, on 'Christinas day (the first of the kind in this church,) from many of the -people of my congregation. A dinner was prepared : by the ladles, at which myself and family .were guests. After , this, a purse .was presented in the name of the company, by Mr. Wm. _MeGalliard,; Principal of the Academy of this place.; To his very appropriate address, ai response was'given, prompted by the feelings of the heart at .the, time. Near $60 in money, or things suitable for the wants of a family, were left by the. generous visitors. The sum may seem small to many1 ; still it is an important addition to a small ' • ' salary. ' The feelings_^ how ever, which prompted the: kind donors, we prize yet more than the gifts themselves. We feel like saying that we believe it_.would be profitable and pleasant, both to pastor...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Pbinceton- .&EttiNikBT.-b8s,one hundred arid'fWrteen _^ _siadeits _^ as per Catalogue, for present year, C&tra&ff E:_xiENSibN.-—The time fixed by tile _Synods of Illinois and Chicago for taking up the collection for the cause of Church Extension, is January. «KRBE0t_*-> _tl.50 , In adv_«ne«| or In ClulM_, §1.98} or, <t_»ltv*r_»di m. reatd_«ace_» of Subscriber* f 1_«VS* ¦•• Pro«_peetna t on Third P«««. RlBBtKWAIiB, should «• prompt; » lltti* wltll* *•*«#•> _4h_« >«_ior _«xptr_«a, that _w_« way ¦talc* full arrangement* for » ftoady auppl y» THK RED WRAPPER. lndleatM that w_« _dvdri k _nntw»_li I< _» ho_^r«i-r_«rvlm Ut_*ha«t_« »ff mailing, thfa signal should b_« _optttted_, w_« hop* our _friands will still not forget us* - RJDBIITTAJfCKS.—Send payment bjr _saf_«- _handi f when convenient* ' Or, send by mall, enclosing with ordinary «**•» and trombllng nobody with.a knowledge of what yon.sure doing* For a large amount, se...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

for the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Kotice. In the dispensation of Providence, the messen ger of death has called away our valued friend, Mrs. Mary B. Anderson, (formerly Miss Barnes) a member of the Philolethean Literary Association, of Olome Institute, Canonsburg, Pa. In memory of her worth, we as sister associates, have deemed it appropriate to make this expression of our regard for the deceased. Therefore, llesohed, Although -we deeply feel and lament her early departure, yet hope is blended ¦with our sorrow. Hers was a hope, sure and steadfast. To her death had no terrors, and the grave no -victory. And now we trust that her freed spirit dwells in glory, with *« them who have washed their robes and made them white in tho blood of the Lamb" . liesolvedTo her bereaved parents and surviving companion, we tender our heartfelt sympathies for the irreparable loss of an affectionate daughter, and beloved wife. Resolved. That as a token of regard, we wear our usual badge of m...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Rev, William J_£ Granam. This excellent brotheras we learn from the Presb _yterian , died_^ at his residence in Woodbury, N., J., after a very brief illness. He was a zealous minister of the Gospel , and abounded in good works. MusKiNGuai , Collegb is located at New Concord, Ohio , Rev. Benjamin Waddle, President. The Catalogue .for 1856, gives the numbers in attendance—College Department, 18 j Preparatory, 37; ' Scientific , 18; Female Department , 36 ; Total, 109.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

: ¦> l ' iunity recognized as the Bishop of Lon-Let us look at the new Bishop. His aspect is sombre, if not sad. His faoe is furrowed, and his brow wrinkled. He has gone throug h bitter trials , having lost five children last year, almost at a blow. He has boon a hard, " pale" student, too; and a hard-working teacher of youth, also; and then has toiled, as a strong ox, in the field at Carlisle. His age is, one would say, about fifty-two. He is rather tall, with dark, lank hair, tinged with gray. His face is not of the round, chubby, Saxon mould. It is angular and Scotch. But there is repose about his appearance. He seems free from vanity or self esteem, and meekly bears Ms honors. What part does he take to-day 1 Why, this is his part 5 this occupation of that loftiest seat, completes his claim to be a Diocesan Bishop 3 and so, when at last the weary service ends, he rises and " gives the blessing," in a voice distinct, ringing, full; and one says, " That voice can fill th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Washington Correspondence. Washington, Dec. 28, 1856. Congress is resting from the nominal labors of the last four weeks. The holidays are to be consumed in intermittent adjournments, when one would have covered the purpose more gracefully, and at the same time have afforded a practical respite, which can now only be imperfectly enjoyed.. That is to say, members and the attendants upon Congress who are within hailing distance of the Capitol, have the privilege of relaxation, while those more remote are denied it, without any advantage to the public, because no quorum is retained for the transaction of business. The whole proceeding is a farce, which fails even to excite the pleasantry of spectators. What we witness now in the way of eking out time, is but a repetition of the annual habit of delaying legislation until after the entrance of the new year. It was hoped, when the pay was nearly doubled, that Congress would have reformed a practice which would be more honored in the b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Dixd—On Sunday, the 14th Hit., in BnrreU Township, Indiana County_^ Pa., Mr. _Alexajtdee B. Hosack, in the 53d yearof hisage. - '"' '¦¦ •'• - ¦' ¦¦ •* ' : ; _. '¦ " ¦ !" : ., '; Drro—Dec. 9th, in Marion_. ' lowa, Mrs. Emir G., wife of Hervey _Joiies{Esq[., i in _ttie 66th yearof her *ge.' Although entertaining no hope of recovery from the first of her illness, she at all times manifested a calm resignation to the will of her heavenly Father., The only regret she was heard to express was, that the stupefying nature of _,her disease allowed her bo little conversation on religion with those around her. : In her death, her husband has lost an1 affectionate wife, her 'children a kind mother, and the Church one of her most active members. tYet we»mourn not; our loss, we trust, is .her gain. ... . ¦ ', , .A.S.M_. Bud—On the 5th nit., at the _residence of her son-in-hiw, T. G. Baron, Esqi( MoundBville, Ya., Mrs. BusATf Cooper, in the 69th year of her aee. - '- ' ¦ ' ' • ¦ v> _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

_«_f0_mp |n|_eligrate_. The arrivals from Europe, since dux last, bring news of severe gales on the coast of England, in the British Channel, _^.nd in; the Bay of Biscay, causing the loss of a number of vessels and many • lives./;i : i ,.; . .. _. ' ,-; ..: ¦ -,.. __ . !' ... . .. ... • . .. 'v The mail1 steamer Afnerica_, wnich should have brought our London letter, last week, was met by the storm, off' Gape Clear, _Jn which she suffered serious damage, and put,.back to MyerpooL The Canada brought her letter-mails and passengers. - _^ :.; . . ,:,;>.-. -r.^;.,,: , ._^ _i• ¦ . ,.,:/s.-. ?if;-- , _, ; Father Matthew, the zealous advocate of Tem perance_^ in itelandj! d_|ed at._iGoyk_^_rKeoejiibertiSth. His labors were of immense, benefit'to Ireland. ; ;He _l _^_was_^ sixty _^ six* _yeara 'old. •|;..-For»;.few- y«_ars;past Ms'Bodily iMrniities* had prevented ;him from accomplishing much' work. ; % : - .;.: ' Wei last _weekj cbpiea the: name; of _DrT _Pusey as deceased, in ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Items. • ' Col. Spencer, the newly appointed United States Marshal for Kansas, is on his way there. Hon. Joseph H. Black, a member of the South Carolina Senate, died on the 20th inst. Col. Thomas F. Hunt, Assistant Quartermaster General U. S. A., died at New Orleans on the 22dult. Professor Hedrick, lately. expelled from the University of North Carolina,! is ab.6ut to acoepta Professorship in one of the best and most liberal educational institutions in Ohio., f : . There are at the present time; on their way out to Calcutta to load for Boston, or on their passage from thence to Boston, one hundred and seven ships. This is an evidence. of ' the extent of the Calcutta trade of Boston. : The South Carolina Legislature hasaltered the law of that State relative to negro sailors on board vessels arriving at its ports. Th'ey are not to be imprisoned hereafter, but must not leave their* ships.' '" ¦ '¦¦ ¦ ' ; ' -: • . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ' ;¦¦ ' . ;¦ ¦¦ •?!.¦• r-.- . . _-;¦¦ . _; . ¦ In less than t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

PROSPEGTUS Of _TBZ ' . * : PRESBITERUN BANNER . . -;¦ - -" . , AS» .. ,r _^ ,,,..., ,:• _;, . ... ' ¦ ¦: ' _" ' *• :' *'"' ' ' "'' '¦ ¦¦•¦¦•> ti- _- .:f---->_s_*x.J The _Batobb is published weekly, In Che etties of _ntto* burghand Philadelphia, and is adapted to general _cireuUtica in the Presbyterian Chureh. : : ¦ ¦; /. _¦ ¦ ¦ . ¦ ; _' . . < ¦ - _TERH8 . . . • • -. •• « IN ADVANCE, . _^_. fiOpei W_* - IN CLUBS of twentyand upwards, 1.26 « « DELIVERED in either of the _cititu, ' 1.76 « « ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. .: . ; For eight lines, or less, one insertion 80 cents; each subsequent insertion, 25 bents. Each additional line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. ' ' ¦ ' . ¦ _. ¦ For eight lines, three months, $3.00. Bach additional line 26 cents. ''C ¦'' - '•" ' -¦;!' ¦ -- '¦ - ¦ • ' ¦' • '' >' ;¦ '¦ ¦ '¦'"¦> ' : lor eignt lines, One Year, §10.00.. Bach additional line _fl. Cards of two lines, $ 5 a year, and $1 for each additional...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

. Kansas. The scenes enacted in Kansas, and its connexion with one of the most important social questions of the dayj, have formed an appetite_^whieh seems to be abiding, for news from that region. We give a summary of what seems to come the best attested, without at all pretending to asser _* its accuracy, as of our own knowledge. The following we condense from an exchange: The news of WMtfield's rejection by the House haying been received at Lawrence, and no intelligence of his subsequent admission, the people fired a salute of thirty-two guns in honor of the event. All was quiet in the Southern part of the territory. The great land sale at Leaven worth continued to pass off quietly. The rivers Missouri and Kansas were frozen over, and .navigation closed. A special messenger had arrived at Lecompton from Washington, with dispatches from the President. The road from Kansas city to. Jefferson, 'Mo., is nowso much traveled by person_^" going- East and Souththat it is lined with b...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

JTi'IFV BOOKS AND _HOLIDAY GOODS.— _«_JT _M.r-0. COOHRANE'S HOLIDAY CARD. 1856-_^7.— The, attention of. my customersand others, is invited to the stock of Books; and numerous articles, opened for the Holiday sales. -. ¦{¦ : ' -..V-._; . _-;¦(,,.:. ,. -y '.;: " - _i ¦ ¦ ' ., ¦ _',•.• GIFT BOOKS—-Elegantly illustrated, and handsomely bound Standard,'Poetical, and New Works, recently issued for .the Holidays, by various Eastern houses. New Books fromA;S;B:Unioni& ' o. i; "B. d.COCHRANB, _»_4el3;,,, ; ;¦ m? _ITo. 6 Federal _Stree_^_, Alleghgny. A PRINCIPAL WANfrED FOR THE KSim. , TABMSHING of a new ACADEMY at Frankfort Springs, Beaver Colinty, Pa. Frankfort Springs is a beau tiful village in. a delightful situation.. The buildings designed ' for the'Academy were formerly a large Hotel and Summer boarding house. They are well-adapted to,the purposes of.a first-class boarding school. ' The proprietor is desirous that the Institution shall be strictly religions in its. aspects, a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

ri|?;_f_^_f rS;; _l ;_Nf;Sf: -M- AFAYBTTEH\LL,WOOD STREET, _JLi NEAR FOURTH.—Thursday, (New-Year ' _a Day,) friaay, Saturday, and Monday, at 3 and 7J_^ P.M., will be exhibited -..yr, ' w. ; ,- -.>_,r _, _,;, ¦ >' ¦.- ¦ .- ,\ ' ,- - , •..,,.„.,.. ¦:¦ BARCLAY'S JERUSALEM AND THE HOLY _LAKD, From Photographs taken. and colored on the spot, by and painted under the- superintendence of Dr. J. T. Barclay, nearly four years a resident Missionary at Jerusalem. : ¦ /^Tickets 25 cents. _.;>. :;; ¦" _;,,{; ;,.< ¦¦ •. •^_s ; ' . je8-lt»v; CHURCH LAHP8.-FOVR HANDSOME Gtf ANDEIiIxsRS_, of four .lights each; four large Pulpit Lamps; eight Wall Lamps—*11 In good order, and nearly new,; made by Cornelius. -: hri-: ¦ ¦ .-•. ¦¦' . :¦.;¦';,•¦ ¦¦ . ¦>• ,5 >•..;.,' Owing to the introduction of gas lights Into the church, they will be sold very low. A good opportunity is offered to churches wanting_.good Lamps. • Apply to , _, .. THOMAS M'KEAN _. See'y, : ja...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

Extraordinary News from Utah. [ The following was set up for last week, / but was laid over because of a report-that it was a hoax. It now seems to be' acknowledged as a fact.,];;' v^^ - .- _"' _, ' _!. '¦/ . , yi'^'' ^^.: _^ ' _" . " '' Judicial Charge against Polygamy—The United ¦ ¦•¦ .. States Laws tobe Enforced against it.' }, At the July term of the first Judicial District Court for Utah Territory, held at Genoa ' , in Carson County, Judge Drummondchargedthe Grand Jury very .forcibly; :and earnestly upon the following among other sections . of the Griminal _.Code: r " And now jgentlemen of the'Grand5 Jury, it becomes my duty to call your special attention with strict care to the, following sectioni viz: Sec. 33, found on page 187. of the Revized Statutes of the Territory, A. D. 1855, which reads as follows : ' If any man av Woman, _notsbeing married to* each other, lewdly and lasciviously .associate and co-habit(together_,;:. or if any man or woman, _marriodjor, unmarried, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

'.• ¦i _'-U;! _^i,i[(MY _.ij.-_*-.-.:-:..;- u-_^u,;:- _- ¦ .:,, '_- . .. ...,, r '¦ ¦¦ ¦¦ _¦ *^_g_^H-lW$ ;%i.4 r . > "'-..:•_-« /_-•¦; _Fresljyterial Notices. The PRIfSBYTEBTT OF NEW BRUNSWICK will hold its next regular meeting, in the Lecture Room of the First Presbyterian church, in Princeton, on the _eecond Tuesday in January, (the 13 th.) at 11 o'clock A.M. ¦ '_- ¦ ,;.v ,-A.I). WHITS, _Stated _, Clerk. ' The PBESBYTEaY Of OHIO will meet.in the Lecture Room of the First church, Pittsburgh, on the second Tuesday of January, at 2 o'clock P. M. -. ¦ .;-_'.... . . •..-. ; ; /¦ . ; W. B. McttTAINE, State4 Clerk.. The PRESBYTERY OF WINNEBAGO _wHI meet at Fond _du Lac, Wis.. on the last Thursday, (the 29th,) of, January, at 7 tfolock.P.M. * H. M. ROBgRTSON, State* Oleik. The PRESBYTERY OP At_>LEQm!NY will meet _atBut_^ ler, bhthe'flrst Tuesday of January, at 11 o'clock A.M. ' - . '¦ -::.;.. ,, . ¦:¦ . ; . -.¦;..-*; _NEKTON BRACKEN_^ Stated Clerk. s The PRESBYTERY _QV...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 3 January 1857

BURKE E»S BAKIBCO POWDER, OR CHEMICAL YEAST, is a great saving ' of eggs and _sbortoningfand far _superior.to Cream of Tartar, Soda, Sal_* seratns, or anything else of the kind. Be particular and, ask for Dnrkee_'s,' if you wish the genuine, and do not want to be disappointed in having, the true article. His signature ia on each canister. Take no other that interested persona may endeavor to palm off on yon.- ¦ •; Durkee's Baking Powder _h&_^ beenadopted in most of the first class Hotels and leading private femiUesih'New York; as the best and only satisfactory_; article.,. It, is guaranteed - to -please. _, Sold by the best Grocers, Druggists and Country Storekeepers through* out the Union, and at Wholesale, by ; . _, ' -n -;« , _' j ., _.•,. ¦ ¦ , ,.,,.,. ¦ . REHN * EVERETT, . ... 'feie-lyl No. 78 North 5R0NT Street. Philadelphia. TOHN MARSHMASONIC TE *: _jfiT" tP CHESTNUT Street, above SeventhPhiladelphia. The largest PIANO, FORTE, MBLOBesONand MUSIC STORK in the United ...

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