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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

.:! ¦¦ ;: Sov tbe Presbyterian Banner. Synod of: Illinois. The Synod of Illinois met, according to ad-Journmerit, in the First Presbyterian church of Springfield, October 9th, and was Opened with a sermon by the Moderator, irooi'ZecH. xiv : 20. After sermon1 Synod was constituted by prayer. Rev. Samuel Lynn wasjelected- Moderator j and C. P. Jennings and R. Conoyer, Temporary Clerks. • ' Jacksonville was chosen as the place of the next stated meeting of Synod/._9 ¦ - . The Judicial Committee reported judicial case No. 1, being ;an appeal;of John Turbitt_.from a decision of the Presbytery of Peoria, deposing him fro,m the ministry, arid suspending him from the! communion of : the Church,; arid recommended that Synod hear it in theh)rder prescribed by our Book. After .a full hearing of the whole case, .Synod refused to sustain, this' appeal _/ and confirmed the decision of the lower cqurt. Mr. Turbitt gave notice of appeil to the Geaeral Assembly.; '_' " ¦ •• ' ': ': ' ;* " ' ' ¦ ¦ ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

-*• EUROPEAN CORRESPONDENCE _MHtNDSAV ON THE . _AMERICAN WAR—HIS VIEWS DISPUTED _^_jftfrnE •¦ Daily News "—Gesebai, "F _bimom anb ihbJEhq-||Kb Pkess—Tub •? Times " oh Recent _jWohtino and the _^w| _hko Cam pawn — Mexico asd "Kokeigs IsfERrasiipN—IHe _IVkeck IUgister ?ob I860, a»b New Hakbor of PSprUGE—FABM1KO AND WlaTHIK IN !EHB KKITISH ISLES *_PfflP TUE COKTISEKT—REMARKAOTB * CONfKASIS—THK alliJBjfbathes Almanac "—Letter fboh its Editor and Pro-||K»ron—Struggling Genius—Who _wiut. Help?—Posi-I_^HfT _VaIUJSTIJSS. WtF LONDON, Oct. 12 ,_^861. |^_Hr. Lyndsat, tie Liberal M.,jP. for Hnderland, has been recently travelling in _^Bericn, and like other travellers , lie re-^wed " impressions." whilst abroad. It ¦Rot every traveller who is either able or _^_Hng to record, to detail in speech, or jHE t those impressions and experiences. jfflHfMr. L. has delivered a lecture at North afflgilds, in which he gives his opinions as fflwveuts passing in the United States. SHpas been favorabl...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

( If my Minister goes down, Il'l go down with Mm." So said a good man, and true, In one of our country churches. God bless thee, thou warm-hearted man and Christian, with -a double portion of spiritual good in thine,., own soul! Earthly things perish with, the using. These cannot reward thee; but of the richer blessiags of God's grace, thqu shalt reeeiye as freely as thqu spendest of thy earthly abupdance to refresh the fainting spirit of thy brother man—or better still, to supply the needs of him whom God has sent to lead you to his heavenly home. It is, a noble: resojution—perhaps we may call it a praiseworfcby-one-_^-and yet he who does not adopt:it-as! his own, is culpable, and willt fail to receive God's blessing. So close is the line drawn—so close the con- . If you, my brother or sister, are so happy as to have a minister, sustain Mm; uphold him ; lighten his labors and diminish his cares;, so far as lies in your power. If you cannot do this, at least encourage him by the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

The Pin of Scandal. Mr. Wilberforce reates that at one time he found himself chronicled as " St. Wilberforce" in an opposing journal, and the following,given1 as an instance of his Pharisaism:" He was lately seen," says the journal, " walking lip and down in the Bath pump-room, reading his prayers, like his predecessor 6f4old, who prayed in the corners of the streets to be, seen of men." " As there is generally," says Mr. Wilberforee, " some slight circumstance which perverseness turns into a charge of reproach, I began-to reflect, and I soon found the occasion of the calumny. It was thus : "I wasrwalking in the pump-room in conversation with a friend; a passage was quoted from Horace, the accuracy of which was questioned,1 and as I had a Horace in my pocketil took it out -and Tead the words. Thi_# was .the _3plain,,ibit of wire', which factious malignity sharpened into .a pin to pierce ,my reputation." _JETow many ugly pinChave Been manufactured _oul of small'er bits* of wire-t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

_& [Original.] K'u I Will Give You Best." HKen in-life's fair, sunny morning;, ¦HjBfcrthly hopes lie crushed and dead, Hjkt the clouds of grief and sorrow _HHfitather darkly overhead—^B _plen the heart grows faint and weary, BBBick of sin and sore distressed, _^jlow cheering is the promise, M|» Come, and I will give you rest." H_^E'i' BfflRiends we love and fondly cherish, ||f|Ah , how soon they pass away; iStps that whispered words of _kindness, bafltouUier _»n the grave to-day j iflBtp-y hands are gently folded rijfc'er each tired, silent breast; ^¦b how sweet they found the prdmise, j_^B'Come, and I will give you rest." H|s?»cl Saviour, we are weary, _^_E_^_or_'.hy promise we would flee--~, _^K_^ d_Vr aave our weighJL of sorrow, BfcGladly rest our hopes _,with thee ; . . _. _PBIfod when earthly toils are over, _HKIn the mansions of the blest,., _npe us there a home forever, , ||i&B,ke us into perfect, rest. M. A. £ mBbntours, Pa. ¦ .

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

TES PEESBYTEEIAH _BAUKEB _Publication OMg&z QAZETEE BUILDINGS, 84 fWTH _gi_, ¦pnsr _SBTO&O, PA. PBILASBtPBIA, SOO TH-WESr C0R.f OF 7*H MXlh _JOtSBtHVt ADVERTISEMENTS. TERMS IN A.1DVA.NGB. _, ASquai-ejCS'lfneB or'lesi!} ou« _mafertfon, (» cents j ea«_f* subsequent insertion, 40 contrf; e*Mjli line beyond eight, 8 eta A Square per quarter, $4.00: each liho additional, 88 cent* A _RgDnoiiON made to advertisers by the Tear BUSINESS _NCKTICES of Tex lines or leas, Jl 00 each sd_< _ditional line, 10 cents. , BAVID M'KIHNEY & CO., _Propeiktoks akb _Pbbushebb.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

INN!./ J. AMiISOH S. LITTLE \r ll> M'KINNEY& CO. , Editors and Proprietors. ¦TERMS IN ADVANCE. HhLK 8 DESCRIPTIONS SI.50 ¦_fti._fMis t.25 ^¦_ilVERKT_) IS _EITRBR OP _IHB OlTIES,, , 2-00 H$wt> Dollars, we wHIsendby maiisorenty number ¦Onk Doi.i.au, thirty-three numbers. HprBM-n 'line us twenty subscribers and upwards,-will Beeby _entitled to a paper without charge. Bwwiils -liittiM be prompta Httlo before the year expires ¦^piij-m ents hy safe hands, or by mail. Kt alt Utters to DAVID M'KINNEY A €0., K. Pittsburgh, Pa.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

THE EVANGELICAL AI/LlANt)E ¦ The late meeting oi the Alliance has been ppoken of in two _jetUrs «»f u 'ur- London Cuuesjiondent, he haviug been in attendance as a member. Our friend, from whose letters from Paris we have quoted, was.also at the Conference, though not as a member. Iu writing home, he gives sonic of his impressions uf persons and things, and, being those of an American, they may possess an interest. Of some of the prominent persons, he says: . . Dr. Baibb is quite at home here, and seems to be thought well of by every body. The more 1 see of him, the more I esteem him; ,.-; i . Dr. Revel, { find to be a charming man; I think a devoted servant of God. Perhaps he is a little too retiring ibr great efficiency3 . I was more desirous to bear Dr. GtJTHrie, tiiap to hear at ' jy bjher;inember oi' the Couferenoe. To this end,-I went to the church, on- the evening- when he was to preach, an hour before the time!, and obtai hed a seat. He is regarded as the; best preach...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

flOiftl AHDIOftlIGN BEGORD_^ POR _NOVEIBER, _DOMESTIC MISSIONS. V , _/ The prospects of thisBoard still brighten sufficiently to keep up hope _^ and encourage effort. " It is manifest that laborf will hot be lostj neither will contributidns' be wasted. Missionaries are economizing in their demands, and the Board strives to;,be judicious in its appropriations. But ,we must be careful not to curtail too much. The husbandman who, to save his grain, will sow seed too sparingly, must reap a short crop ! Wisdbm is what we. plead for. Employ real . laborers _^ and give them an adequate sustenance. _, _<.-... ¦ ; . ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ We commead to ministers ,7 elders and people, the Record's article on Systematic Benevolence. ' Good will, leading to liberal benefactions, should be the habit of .. the Christian's life. . ., _> , . :. -., ; _Eeobipts, in _Septemfeer, _^5 ,248. , EDUCATION, .- .... _; ; In this department we are presented with some excellent thoughts, on the test ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

BlTlREpeOF, LIEUTENAMT GEKER1L ; VL? ;_, -TOEIELI) SUOTT. ; . . .,., Last Thursday; the veteran Lieutenant General WiNiTELD Scott formally retired from the " . Command of the Armies of the United States, pwing to advanced age, and, increasing bodily infirmities. Long and faithfully has he served his country. FroHPthe breaking out of the war of 1812, "he Kas taken' a leading part in' all the military enterprises that have reflected credit on. our army. His personal bravery and military skill have been undoubted. ' • Nor can the country ever forgefe his promptness, "deeisionj and patriotism, at ttie beginning of our present contest. If he bad proved false—if he had even wavered—the consequences would have been most deplorable. Had it not been for his timely intervention, the President could not have been indueted' into office in the Federal Capital. Yea, we verily believe that had it hot been for him, the Capital itself would have been in the hands of the rebels-early in March...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

EASTERN SUMMARY BOSTON AND NEWTENGLAND. ; The Prisoners from Fort Lafayette, New-York, including those captured at Hatteras, have arrived at Fort Warren, near Boston. They number about eight hundred , of whom about sixty are invalids, mostly from attacks of typhoid fever. The citizens are making liberal provision in the way of delicacies for the sick. Fort War-Ten is a much more, retired situation than Iiafayette, and the officers will be much less likely to be annoyed with the importunities of visitprs. And the day may not _%e distant when other, prisoners will be introduced to Fort Lafayette. , It _ife Generally Supposed that Boston and New-England are altogether dependent on the South for the hard pine used in ship-buildiag. But this is a mistake. It is scarcely twenty years since the first lot of this kind of pine arrived in Boston from Mobile. Previous tp this time, New-ZEngland shiprbuilders got along very well ¦without this pine; and can do so again. The October num...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

J_^- Havin*_ynttchaiidJsr our _ojlci the " Right" to ust _Wibk'_iWtxoimdMu.Ad' SXtpatck Patent, dU,'or nearly ill, Wtiw _tubfcribers Mtmiwet their papers addressed to tkem *rtgiif/arl&rl>_y a p'._rjgKlazriy unique _maeftinzi whtfih fatten _^n theXohilt.t/_CiiLrqik -a small _catttred '¦ address stomp?* or (label, wJierenri ttppmrs their name plainly printed, fvllnwed %yth_*ito&#igM)/_m!hmyhm*_paidfa being authorized -by an Act of _Qmantsi The date will iilytitts bt _(_ufvfKuxdon tht receipt qfjsuktctiptim money in.exad _meovdawx with the amount *o .received, and thus _beTtneberWm&y and valid receipt; securing: to everyone, _<and at all times, a perfect _htuwletig_* -of his newspaper account, iothsf if any error is made Ae can immediately dektot it auk httve it Corrected—a boon althe valuable to the K frublither and subscriberas it w«s< terminate all painful _^uiMitHtrstandings between tkem respective accounts, and 'thut_^Und _toperp...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

For the Presbyterian Banner. To the Ladies «f the Presbyterian Church, Mission Rooms, PMla., Nor., 1861. ' The Chistian ladies of our Church, have made many a heart glad, by their kind contributions of clothing for our missionaries. The amount of relief is beyond computation. Allow me, through your valuable paper, to say, that at no period in pur history, will such, contributions be more important and acceptable, than at the present. _Tha p.mbarrassments of the Board have com pelled a reduction in amount granted for the missionaries' support; and the, urgency ot the times diminish the .payments from the churches. To comfort them now, by the kind labors of our ladies, will be a service, which ' none but those oC ns who read their modest tale of wantv and privation can estimate. May the Board hope, that in addition to the service performed for our doldiers, by our patriotic female mends, our missionaries may now be cared for ? These gifts of _clothing are in addition to their sala...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

for the Presbyterian Banner. Beware of an Impostor. Messrs. Editors:—In these _daJS _,f patriotism, it becomes us to be careful lest le bestow our charities on ™™*J1«_- ;0ns. On Saturday morning, the 12th of October, a young man called at my house ; and said that his nanie was Lieut. Charles ' Camp bell, and that ' he belonged to a company _^ from Cleveland, in Col. Tylers Reg, £mJ t at Gauley Bridge, _£• 5?>J _uj that he had been taken pnsuu _^ u.«oya , and afterward had made his escape, and that now he had -obtained a furlough , /which he showed me, purporting to be signed by a higher officer) and was on his wfy to visit his friends in Cleveland, Ohio. But his money had failed and he could go no farther without aid. He-said he felt at liberty to come to me, as he himself was a member of the. Presbyterian church, (Dr. Aikin_'s, Cleveland, ) and[also was well _fcqaainted with Rev. F. T. Brown, Chap lain of Col. Tyler's Regiment. He only wished money enough ,to pay his far...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

Tli BATT*OF _©ALL'S BLUFFS—THI SAB _Bflffl _DESECRATED. Bali's Bluffs is _£he name of the place where the fighfc occurred, lately, between a part of Gen. Stonjes division, under CoUBakeb, which hak crossed the Potomac, and <a • portion of the Confederates, under* i&en. Ev'ans. The 'Union forces numbered eighteen hundred, and the Confederates, as _appeals in their official statement, swere -tweHlfy-fiVe hundred. The Union forces were drawn into an anibus-«ade, advancing in the open field, when the _rConiejiejat_^s suddenl y, opined a murderous •fire .upon, .them, from a thick wood. The battle 'was&othy contested. Col. Baker, and._rai_^Df of his .officers were picked off by 8harp_^Bhj0otsr8,.«_nd 4>he men obliged to fall back, with, gr_^t_.loss. The Confederates lost, in killed and wounded three hundred ,-aad _^fiffifj the i_^Jnion los s on the hattle-fielfl mm 'A_^_hxit hsi&g overpoweted _, and having no adeqkate aneajw, of re-crossing _t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

l .For the Presbyterian Banner. Snpplies Appointed by Allegheny Presbytery. North Butler—Fourth Sabbath in November J. F Boyd. Third Sabbath in December, W G. Taylor. J-irst Sabbath in January, John Coulter.. _#pnrth Sabbath _^a _pr _^ W. M'Kinney. Third _SJwfc _**F _£ bruar?> E - Ogden. SecoBd _| a _^ah . ln March , J. S. BoycL First babbath in April, J. R. Coulter Leesburg-. Second Sabbath in November, LT_^0?. _^ _First Sabbath in December W G Taylor. Fourth Sabbath iu December ,. JMunson. Second Sabbath n February, S Williams. First Sabbath in _, ) 1 < \ _, j' Sm _^--Thixd Sabbath November, W. G Taylor Fourth Sabbath in December JameS Coulter. .First Sabbath iu 5?T_'w w ?_£: Second Sabbath ia _fht ' 7J' _? KiDne _^ _WI_* leave to obtain additional supplied * Sjwsrssssss S_^vmeS ,C °tti _^ With leave to ob-M. Nebo—Lezve to obtain supplies until Sprin g meeting pf Presb ytery.PP J. R. Coulter , Stated Clerk.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

fflAJOR GENERAL GEORGE B. _SeCLBMAIf It wjll be seen by reference to another column, that Major General _MoClellan has formally accepted the chief command of the armies of the United .States. He does, this in a graceful manner, and pays a filial tribute _^tp the distinguished commander to whom he is the successor. " : The new C8mmander-in-Chi«f has been called ibfiis high position in eventful times; great responsibilities are entrusted to him, and the eyes of the entire nation are directed-tp, him.,n For the great work assigned him«he has;* as is acknowledged by cbmmPn cbnsent, superipr qnalifications. He graduated at West Point with distinction ; saw hard service in Mexico, where he ,won the respect and admiration of all y was selected by Jeffebson Da,VIS, while,, Secretary of War, as chairman of a committee to visit the armies of Europe during the Crimean war ; and upon His return, he made a repqrt- ' considered byr militar_|_amen written;on the subject of which it tre...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

Synod Of Ohio.—This bodj at its late meetiug in Columbus _^ took the following action on the State of the Country : " Synod would record its full satisfaction with the action of the''General Assembly oh the State, of the Country, recognizing in it the reassertion of the right'and duty of the Church, as a Church, to 'hold Birth in the face of all men the truth and law of God, and to testify against all infractions of that- law, whether by rulers or jpeople) and at the same time believing Jtbat the actual condition ' of our country demanded the frank avowal of our adherence to that constitutional government, ithrdugh which, under God's hand and guidance, ' 6ur liberties as citizens and our privileges as a Church have been secured. W'jyfle we say this we would deplore the feetthat: several of our Southern Presbyteries have regarded the action spoken ofas an unjust, aud unwarranted assumption of eec]fisia§ticai authority, as though it were designed.J to alienate 'Southern Churches ¦...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

! _^ :: i _. _*ur me ,rreibjterian Banner. Presbytery of Donegal. The Presb ytery of _Donegal , at its late Sber _?gm L _ittle Bri_^n > _commencing OeresdutloC: ' _^ ' _^ _^fo llowing IZifnVl_^ _^_Sd Assembly, iu «_J T_£tl ,D i sable d' Ministers /' &L, ** _£ _% heed?t _AvrA in °Ur bcmQdS _^ ! _teif_^0 ^' . _^at we approve of the action _rS i * ? mTIcl1 d ^> by which it * pondm gSecretary of the Board of Po_^- tlc Missions. le*b ned > TBafc _™* approve of the zetif of the _Oeneral>^bl y in respect to tbe

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 9 November 1861

Another; Pastor Become Chaplain.—The Rev. _Samuel Fisher Colt, pastor of ifche _Seoorid Presbyterian; ehurch of Pottsvilte, ' nas Been granted temporary leave of absence from bis flock, fbr the purpose of Acting , as !a Chaplain in the army. The rtiHaludbri'of the congregation was: Resolved, That we _jffaot to our beloved /.pastor, £ temporary release from his pastoral duties, and that we will endeavor to pro'cuie _temporary '' supplies "for our pulpit, hoping'to ' have _hrtn _souu return to us iu gaiety. ! If t he . Cha plains . had been more generally selected in fthis way, our soldiers would not haVe been losers in any point of view.

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