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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

_laryland Meetiom The _Itnibn _ticket'carried by large majorities, amounting to* some' thirty thousand; ' ' ' _> 'Augustus iW. -Bradfordi- _^ XJnion, of Baltimore • Gounty_/ielected Governor, forcfouryeaTS. .... Samuel Maffit, jTIuion, of Cecil Coanty, elected Comptroller, for t_^p years., .. _>. . , ; Frederick Fickey, j£, of. Baltimore, and E<i- , ward Shriyer* of Frederick ' , bbth? Union, Commissionersof _^ Public _WoAs, elected -for four years. For Judges of the Court of Appeals, S. Morris Cochran, of Baltimore, andBriee J. Goldsborough, of _Dprchester, _^ For Judges of the Circuit CourtJudgeBrewer of Annapolis, is no doubt _reflected _ikltlie _seconds judicial district, for ten years, and Judge Nelson, _Wnion, in the third district. Hon. Daniel Weisel, ¥nion/?eo_^ _^_Hagerstown, succeeds Judge Perry, Dem.,1 in the fourth district. j TKeHous _^ e: stands68_^Fnron *and56!re_^ _Th _' e S enate stands 13 Union and'8 rebels. ; Seven of the latter are of the...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

Capture w Port _Rojral_^ . C. We have a number_^of reports from our Southern Expedition, but nothing official, nor even connected. . Nearly all _J are through._^ th_'e;rebel telfegraph, by way of Norfolk.1 '¦ _;:¦ - m j The landing of the _forced arpitWdf: it, anMHI capture of the forts at the entrance of the harbor, an assault on Beaufort,and the closing of the p*&sesia 'oy-* water, between * ¦ Savannah and _OKarlestonj are certain. The taking of Beaufort/ skid the occupancy of a position ton the Charles_^ ton and Savannah Railroad are probable. _^ The storm separated the fleet, a1 •«w-i of the smaller vessels were wrecked, and some have returned Co the 'btieSapeake, •>_disabled. I There_»'is no information pf_^any lives lost by the wrecks. ; By, the rebel accounts their forts at Port Royal made a hard fight, and burnt' , one of _? bur gunboats _^f _^ th|^suipnde _f e|. ,Tt.. _.; , _^ ._^._^ ; Postsceipt.—^We stop, the press to say that oW victory is complete—two...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

'''"' __ _' ;?; "; _MaissaeMsetts. ' •" ;'_ ' '" - ;; The/electipn, in .Massachusetts has resultedin the success of the Republican State ticket by thirty-two _ttfousrad majority. Both branches of the Eegislature are largely Republican; • ; ' ;• _t _;:,i;: I.-ctr: ¦_:><> ' t>iy±J j J.I-- '¦• ' .''_! " _• ¦" . •>' '¦• ¦;' '• :_t _nw j>;:».-; \mr. - -Kew-ierseyr v ; ' < ' • ' '_"¦; ' \ In New Jersey, where tfie election was only for members of the two branches of the Legislature; the Democrats have been -successful in electing a majority in; each, branch.: • :,.;;: ¦¦ ¦ -: ¦ -::¦«:¦ .• . :;; : " 'r-. -. . ,;) • ,. _, _. ;jji4_—.;. ! ¦ :<»»• : '•"•* . -• " ¦ - , ¦ ¦>" . ¦ .* ,. . _' . ¦ •¦ ' ;.: _C The, Bifle.—rltisssiiQt known who invenfed the rifle/ Its principle was well known to _thej North; American Indians when the eon-•_tinentjwass discovered , _u Their arrows were ¦featheredr _Sp irally anftrmoved-m the same tean...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

J»5iB_^ .M "iO yi _i_* ._in,..^;;;' ,' _>5. -i _:r i,_^: _'_/ ri fio || i ); of;^ ;;; ;"",;:: _' :_" Synods -of Pittsburgh and _Mekteny, ' ¦•' .- ¦ ¦^¦¦ . ,i.-; _- , >- ¦ • --. ¦ ¦;>- "<•¦: '.;' : ¦ •; -xW-i ' : '" i Havin_,! remove _' d their Book _Bopnis to BENSHAWS NEW BUILDINCfj' No'87 * HandiStreetj two dobrs ' fromLiberty, ' take pleasure in invitin<| your attention to the annexed Catalogue "of Books comprised in their stock, _urid hope for " a continuance of your _patronage. ;•:;:_; , ¦ , ;r,._v; ii..:•' ¦ = -! .:. ¦¦ ' ; • JOHN CULBEBTSON, _Librarian. . ¦ V.G:BAILEY,Treasureri ' ' ¦/:,:,_; ¦; ¦;¦ . ¦! ¦ ;.>; !'.- _-•: . jiPitteburghjApnllj _lSDl.;, _, . _, : ,:,,^; .. ;¦¦• ;;,,- ,,•:,:,;;.;:_¦. _.; LIST OF PCfiLICATIONS : ' Constantly dp hand _dndfor Stile at _*the ' ¦ Booh Rooms of the Board of Oolpori-: age, No. 57 Sand St_^Pittsb'h: ¦ ' l ' All the issues of our:own, viz.:; the Presbyterian Board o*f-Publicajtion as tsopn as t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

m Kentucky. •This is now a field of great interest, though _jnt little is going on Inthe_^way_/sof fi _^ hfcingi A mr small eontest'rf hare ' rfeitdted_^liVor_^o_¥ the fnion cause. Great preparations are in pro-Bess. ¦pince the above was in type we have the follo wing account of a battle at Piketon. _Irakis, Ky., Nov. 12.~_Genl!/Nelson; met the pemy, under Williams, at Piketon, Pike County, fey., on Friday, and gained a glorious victory. i Col. Moore attacked the rebels in the rear with fcirty-eight hundred men, and Col. Harris, of pe Ohio 2d, .in front with six hundred;—Harris fclling back and Moore press|ngt forw,ard till the pemy were brought into _J the Mdst _' of Nelson's Brigade, when our forces pressed them upon all Ides, killing four hundred and taking one thouttnd prisoners. The balance scattered in all dinotions. The Federal loss is small. iThe battle lasted from Friday till Saturday, fed the victory was complete. Gens. Williams pd Howe are among the prisoners_^ ¦. -•*...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

_1 A3DIES' yTp-_^_Q !;.. ,,; OF Ep_2BY ST_^K_^D _^ O _j _UALErY_^T,: ;¦ , I_3f WddHl'Strefe_^ Pittsburgh:! ' }" THE MIASMA _AWD _POlTIi VAPORS •' generated by thd hot * sun, will be'lar' more _5d&dly(to; our Volunteers than thp<*nemy's bayonets.,, In the Indian, and Crimean campaigns, HOLLOWAY'S PILLS wew' used in: enormous .quantitieH. .They, kept the troops in perfecthealth. Only sificts. for box. Soldiers supply yourselves. 5 . -;' novi6-lt ;_- fu ¦-•• _' - ¦ • ¦ ¦ ¦ : '¦ -<¦'¦- " '¦ - - ;!'¦" . ; ' i:-- :_J" ,,, ; . .. ;i;f ¦;.,¦: , j .,[216];-. ;j ; .r.,;. _- ; _. .. .j_;-,, _„{, . „ ' npo ALL WHOM IT MAY CONCERN. Take notice that an application has been made by .the Old School Presbyterian _conarregation: pf East Liberty, in the-County of Alleghenyto'the Court* of _Cominori Pleas of said' Countyfor a Charter of Incorporation, under articles and; conditions as filed at No. 113 of December term, _J.861, in paid Court; and-if no suttcient ' reason be...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

,, . 'Pittsburgh .Market. ;¦¦ ' ijA} }i} _lu 'n _"'W_^_frEsi>^*Mv_^^%imii _' ; * _^tPPIiBS—fe_,25@2i60%-tawJ _^ ¦ '¦--•• _.i-_^i°_'; • ¦¦ _-_' ¦ ¦¦: > _^.ASHKS—Soda _^sh, 8_% _S_^p.;; Pots, •4@*><_Jc.; Pearls, l%c. The stock in ' first ' _liatids is ample for all ordinary ptirpOBPS;. ' t '/I»si-;»rs .-_;.<. ,_^_V,t..i ii_._'ir .S.. ,5-!;-: ; .: ¦ .'. , BBANS-v_^riine White, i;28@1.40 per bushel. i BUCKWHEAT PEgTrR—^1.40 fi 100 ibk JBRQOjMS—OommdH, $1.50; fancy, 2JB0@2.25l , "< BtFCTER--ChoiceItoll,ll@ll_^c._^ft. . _, ¦CHKBSE-_^-WesterB Eeserve, 6_«c. ' _HamlitirK; SK46.l ' D.RIED ?PEACHES_^-N ew cropi $2.62*4 _^ bushel.i ¦ ¦ - -, _¦ EQGS-_^-Hc. per dozen. _. ; "."'' _, _, IJbOim-_^JSxtra,$iM; J?xtrii_>Family,!$5.00@5.26;Fancy, *5.60... ¦) . • _r ;¦¦!¦-. ¦ ¦ . ¦ ¦ -. >. _- . • ,. , . • - ¦ . , ; . ,-, .. - •: 'GftOCERlSiS_^Coffee: Oood Rio, _16i_4@16J_^c.r Sugar, 10c ;Bice, 8J_^@0c. • Molasses,_48@#_j. : , • :¦ 5u_< r ,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

_^f E E T H - __ ¦ ¦ _-':/ _"1 _-' _ii_'Ti' TEEM _JSEFOSil_^IT IS TOO Z& _TK has removed to h r "v - _m!! 2ir_%n; .._ssbji_?;1 ;,..'. . _' . : 7 :f In the house formerly occupied by J>r. _S, .H. KoyBer,,oppoB_|t« Clirisfchnrch.l He w_#_giw aB the mridera _improTementB Teeth inserted at _various prices, _, ii3- _r _i._I r.,,. . FROM.i$15 TO S«2 PEB SET. 1" ¦ ,";•, "'' BEIliUENG|JS: __ ' , . .. _^ , . . _BsT.W.D._kowiSpi.1 . Bw-SAwniLlprexiT, ' I J_^kHOPTOfB ' ..'.. .-- ...• 'EvHj 'VAOTraK, 1 ._^_P!f»l»aBtH.'Kiirm»,_0 - • ' * : _Ntanox, _, -' ' . ' • : " j '..RAirnm_'.M'KitK. . ._ty_^-._J_^_SS??._^1 _toiRS5?v_^_BJBMiKM £_iwjj£Dmi*>Mr ¦IP* ' the state fair to * I o • te-aOfcA-_^IM1 . _" . «^ C_? €»_-_». r _^ "_^ FOR THE BBST_a - . . , :! at MttahnrK1_i.Pft. * ' 'T

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

PRESBXTERJAI_, M)^lDES [The PK1SBYTERY OF WASHINGTON will meet In the [lurch of Mt. Prospect, on the Second Tuesday (10th day) of fecember next, _afc _%l _q_'clock A. M. _r_^_ftoU attendance Is Irnestly requested. A&EXANDEftM.CABREM;_.' * I Stated Clerk. _IThe _PRESBYfBRY Of BEAVER will meet in the chareh _Westneld, on the Third Tuesday of December, at 11 Block A. M. .«,, D..0.BEED, Stated Clerk. I Map of the Southern States, m_£_he Messrs. Harper have published the best Heap Map of the Southern States that we have in, at the low rale of six cents. For sale by [bhn P. Hunt, Masonic Hall. Fifth Street.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

I 1 Conspicuous letter. ilhe letter B is quiie _|rominetit ik bur national Rubles. We have Big Bethel, Bull's Run, IkH's Bluff, Ball's Bay, the two Beauforts, punswick, Bolivar, Belmont, the rebel Attorney pneral Benjamin, the rebel generals Beaureird, Bragg, and Buokherjali a&idd lo Buchanan pd Breckinridge.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

_^^ 44 rf«= HEY GO RIGHT TO THfc , 5) _» ..ibortl b _,b. urt >_jfn ' '* ' \j{ . . _* »•« _m,l INSTANT _fWflJEf ! _i >•>/ ¦ "t; 'i . * w PUMFY TO_^B. ,_fSEATH ! „ I - •' ' '; sjWength^;_JW_^ voice ! . II) < ' , _. ( \n * ' 1 ', ' _i I I t _i '.i 3 _/ _. »*> • 1 r' ' ')' 'f ' *' T t "I * I • 'l " f / I ' , J - f " » 1 *¦ ' .. i t * > t'_^hmin _. ; _n > - _-1 ," - * J A > O .U ' - i t, u r 'rSi lfi_^^fi GOOD FOR SINGEBS, ,<_-} t6V _nvtoiit_* ' 3ftJ to t _tfhl 'tt'_^_1 ' \?_mi > , t a a u '«f ' > - _. j r f- - _<t-_\T' it i' 8'J _jj _*O , LA_^_IEa/ARB'-DE _troHTED_. WTH t *Ai1, • ' I <f 3ia«_Trt r t i _tif 'M' • - ivfjrhvit " .* _i _i < i . b>t -»i i 1_. ,4. n - ' if H>tl P ir."i J".-fia_«_KBiiSj6Js (> f |O ., _' _, * ' I, I t If 1 V'tl 1 ( i 's _< i ' _i -., ' «»j/qmi i - " , _t ' T_880i£r:'CdiBtEtmdJ8S< ' >l'« ft £I> " ' " H m ' t&am...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

The Lore of Our Whole .Country. I frankly confess that I have never been able to comprehend the nature of the nati _ve born American, who is so bound up in local partialities and prejudices, that he does not love the whole country, and is not proud alike of all the noble deeds of all the States that form the,Union and the nation. All that copstitutes the glory of the whole country, has been contributed by its parts, and is the common property of each citizen of the nation at large The North has furnished its quota, the South its quota, the East its quota, the West its quota, to the national greatness. The West pours in its vast supplies of grain. The North establishes greatJ marts of commerce. The South grows cotton for the spindles of half the world. The East founds schools, promotes literature, and makes all manner of wonderful and useful inventions. Differently endowed by nature, differently affected by local circumstances, yet each brings block after block ot its proud achie...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

_GorrespondeEt of the LondoE Times—Sens. _fflcCiellan and Beanregard. Mr. Uussell, the:_iCorrespondent of the London Times , is exceedingly interested in American affairs. He is decidedly pro-English . as to worth,, honor, power and trade—-so much so that he cannot conceal his antipathies to Republicanism, Democra cy, Protection of our National, .industry, &c. We do not know that .he is entirely pro-Southern, but he evidently glories in the thought.that our country is thoroughly and forever disrupted. He is entirely too wordy.to be copied, excellent as his composition is. In his letter from Washington, dated October 7, he runs a parallel between Gens,- Md01ellan and Beaiiregard. He says: ' " When I had the pleasure of cpnyers in'_^ with Gen: McOJeilan fpr the first time, he asked me.several.questions, with.evideni interest and friendly curiosity—not unusual on the part.of Generals in reference to their antagonists—-respecting Gen. Beauregard. In his case there was all...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

Uncle _Samners Teeth. Once on a tiriie a mutiny arose _arnongthe teeth of a _worthy man, in good health, and blessed with a sound _constitution, commonly known as Uncle Samuel. > The cuttmg teeth, or incisors'f and the eye teeth, or "canines , though nofiiearly so many_) accounted, nor so large,nor so strong as the_,grinders, and ,by no means ,sojwhite, but, onkthe contrary, very much discolored, began i to find fault with f the grinders as'not good company enough_^ for them The eye-tel eth,f being ve_^y_^sharpt and fitted for seizing and, tedimg, and _standing oututaljler than>(the_< rest, _claimedrto.lead them. Presently; one of them complained that it ached very badly, and then another and another. Very soon the cutting teeth, which pretended that theytwere supplied by the same nerve , ' and were_^proud. of it, began " >to ache'also. They all agreed, that it was .the fault of the grinders.jo t _» About this time, * Unclei Samuel, having used his ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

Roman,.anl_.Modcrn _SlaYcry; 15here are two things in which. ' modern* American slavery differs, to its discredit, _dfroan the Roman. 'It is more mercenary; mt (has more of caste. In this, we may say, it is almost exclusive, beyond any known ¦slurry " that ever existed upon earth. The .Roman .lawyers ever ( declared that slavery was against natural right, and it is the civil Haw,, with that maxim, that has kept it out •of _(Christian _Ekirope. Not Roman court ever auade a decision so _pasting a man out of the ."Stfcate, and ouit of the pale of humanity, as Ttlhe Dred Scott. Hence we are*prepared to isay that, though the Roman servitude gave .a more despotic power to the master, it was mot so debasing;to the slave. It was more cruel, perhaps, but less dehumanizing. It did not' leave such a long taint behind it after " emancipation. The _freeol man was ' but little .affected by the servile condition; his children rose up to the common level, and moved on, afterward, without any de...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

\ _Brigadier _Generals_ _m the Army. i The following is an alp habetical list of the Brigadier Generals now in the volunteer service of the United States: Abercrombie, John J. Morrell, George Benham, Henry W. Negley, J. S. ( Blenker, Louis Nelson, William Brooks, Wm. T. H. Oakes_, James Buell, Dan C. Paine,4 Eleazer A. Burnett, Ward B. Peck, John J. _Burnside, Ambrose E. Phelps, J Wolcott Butterfield, David Pope, John Casey, Silas Porter, Andrew Cooper, James Porter, Fitz John Couch, Darius N. _Prentiss, BeDJamin M. Cox. James D. Reynolds, John F. Crittenden_,i T. L. Reynolds, Joseph J. Curtis, Lewis R. Richardson, Israel B. Davis. Jefferson C. Rosseau, Lovell H. Denver, J W. Shenck, RoKert C. Duryea, Abram. Sedgwick, John Franklin, William B. Sickles _^ Daniel IS. Gorman, Willis A. Siegel, Franz Grant, Ullysses S • Sherman, William T Hamilton, C S. Sherman, Thomas W. Hancock, W. S. Smith,'Charles F. Hatch, John P. Smith, William F. Hemtzleman, S P. .Slocum, H. W. Hooker, Joseph S...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

* HowtoSpeirK to Children; "It? is usual to _atfenipt_, tHe management of children either by corporalpunisnment, or by _rewards _adfl_^_essefi to tEe Senses, and not by words' alone. There is one other means of %bWnment; ' the power _atfd importance <_fr f$$$$' ¦_&%$&' regarded ; I refer' to the MMaff_^^Siae—the soft, gentle, soothing asi'dMlttlidnt of the huinari voice_; and this _^6§msfi i?o mel to be: tle; mdre ; excellent way. A blow may he inflicted on a child, accompanied with words so uttered as to counteract entirely its effect; or the parent may use language id the correction of a child, not ob|e_%_fio¥ame_%a5itsel_^.yet _sp_^_kent m a toneuWhich more than defeats its influence_, l_^_ft any jOnejendeayor_,to recall the image of a_^nd _pother,Jong,since at rest in _heayen. Her sweet smile and ever clear countenance are brought vividly to recollection; so, also, is her voice—the tones of her voice ; and blessed is that parent who is endowed with a p...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

The Home Test .toe Best One. You tell me a man is changed by the converting and r. en_^_$ in||. grace- of (rod. Is he 1 Let me loot-at hini A_^If is something that-I may see him-with -the Bible in his hands. It goes as confirmation that I behold him on his knees. It helps the evidence that I hear him speaking publicly his vows in covenant-with' G-od and his people. But I would rather_, visit him in - sensibly at his home—see what sort of a husbaind and fathBrhe hW'becdme_^-_^wheth ef-neii gentle and self-restfained_, when he used to be petulant and irritable—whether he is monarch of"all~he' surveys, or the servant and minister of all—lives.to,. .receive ,f thjB incense, of _^e ._famijy. _homage, to be save&Hro1ible_^_4jia i t;oi| guard _iiiy'jfdrsoriEll comfort and-convenience from ; ?interference and restriction, or to lavish thought and toil and care upon all the dependent circle. Let me know, are his-angles rounded off in the home? Is he eager to lift off the househol...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

_«OOFIN«- » (LateBAMW * _JowraoiO SoleManufect_^and _' 3> _- ei«iife«*^^W ft_^ d._Btoct Roofing_._Materi*! for «^Kw**3_JWiwS_*#*1** !«*»_- ' *r _' _^ _aa_?- Office 3t_»B»tes A _Jobnww_* oM _etootil (•CCo'l'V _ < 1 r ' JOHN D.J«;COR1> _^.............-p_^AME^^_OKD_, ' ' MA_#_vrAGrvxMxsf juri> . 2>jsAzgRS0 iF J Hats, Caps _^^d _i_^_faS_^_fe_6 ^**^ WH0LESA1_S AND BBTAIL,_M _, t 181 Wood S l _AftftW Iii*fcfcJM _&*> Have now on hand for S^»tag«iies,«8 _^ I«ge1 aBd«»^«_W «^ assortment of Goods as _caj*, »^_i «H«>a m. «W os.»» S#WB _«» cities, conBJ_»fai>(g.of i_, Fni?, Silk, janditWiOcil _^H»*s_^. _- ot every style and quality_^ GAM _of_,eveisa_^bipr a_^h^*( fashions; Palm Iieat_, Straw, _iggbo_^B, _an£p **^L^?f_« Straw, and _gilkr_'BONNMS_^ etc, ete" ll _^_K??^!v purchase either by "WTio]esiil*«r <Bet«J, will fl*_d«_K*oit*e» ndvantAKP to «»11 _nnd PX»P»»fpr-*»»»V_*t>r _^ f * —rffl-iy_* _" _^ fJARB'OS 'OIL'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 16 November 1861

XWT_^TSBURGFEMALE _COJLLEG K -¦• " THIRTEEN TEACHERS Buildings, teachers, and course of study, of tho first class Superior facilities afiorded in the Ornamental blanches, Attendance last a ear, two hundred and thirty-seven Three terms per jear. > *OR.TY- _DOLLARS per term, pays for boarding, light s rootnrent, and use of furniture. ' Tuition according io studies pursued. The _^ Collegiate year begins _September 3d; second bession, December 9th; and the third, March 24th, 3862. Send id tHe President, Rev 'I C PERSHTJSG, A. M ' for a catalogue. M. SIMPSON, •uigll-ly President of Board of Trustees. TMTKRrHAWTS' . i "m/JERCHANTS' _HOTJSJL , _^ 4'6 No>rt:h"uRourt_)t> S'tre_«et,-' ' ; PHILADELPHIA. 0. H'KIBBEN & SON, Proprietors. mart.lv • ijLAIR_,SYIJ_.L,E FEMAL_,E SEMI--" m .1 NA *Y A Home For Young Ladies. _, Itev S _H SHEPJ.EY, A M _, and Mrs _SHEPLEY. Principals, aided( by a full corps of Teachers. Accommodations for Sixty _JBoardiiiK Scholars The ord...

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