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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_PIESOHlL. _>- Rev , Geotp B. Buf field, B.B., of Detroit, a veteran clergyman of the New-School Presbyterian Ohureh, has given two sons to the service of his country in this war. His joungestis Colonel of a Michigan Kegiment, and the papers report a very affecting scene, when the father presented to his eon, for his regiment, a set of colors, with an appropriate and touching spee . oh, which was most affectionately responded to by the young officer. The Gardens of Shakespeare,—An appeal has recently been made iff England for contributions toward the purchase of the gardens of the great dramatist, at Stratfordoc-Avon, which are now advertised for sale as a building site , ft 4s _proposed that fifteen hundred pounds should be raised for the purchase of the property, to be then transferred to the corporation of Sfratfordon-Avon, on the express condition * that the public be always freely admitted, and that no erection of any kind be ever permitted in the gardens. The ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

™^ • • * a i'j ;< m.; • . . ' i • ,,i. . ..,'flr.1 _' ' * ' . . ' 1.. ' r . " v'! » i _»i -A., _i ii • L '» " • . . - ¦ i m rt u*; _WEEKLX NE WSPAPlfeiR, « , • . f , 't ...-j \ Published at _apiTTSB_^iRca-ira:, jpj _±_^ BY OAVm M_^_KINISEV f CO_* THIS IS A ,, LAEGE RELIGIOUS1 NEWSPAPEB; PRINTED ON EXCELLENT PAPER, AND Hf SUPEKIOR ,ST Y L K [ IT CONTAINS ' _ZKdLM/_t oa-J j£_*l_* ' _,J on all the leading topics of the day,' both Religions and Seoular. All the various subjects that present themselves for consideration, and that are worthy the attention 'of intelligent ana Christian people, are discussed from the Christian stand-point, and in tWe _comprehensive'spirit of ChristlaH _^ charity and enlarged benevolence. - ' ' ' "From the beginning of our present National troubles, this' _, paper, while allying _'_itself •wittt no political party, has1 taken high and fearless ground in favor of the Constitution andtha' regulirly'drdained Government, and1 of the preservation J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

Port Royal. In our last we gave a brief account of the capture of this place by our fleet and army, wkh some description of the excellent harbor and it» advantages as a basis of military operations in, South Carolina. There were l;800 rebels on Hilton Head, and 1,500 on Bay Point. We have captured 55 cannon, 500 muskets, and any quantity of ammunition. The road by which the rebels escaped was covered with rifles, muskets, knapsacks, etc. We have taken at least 2,500 blankets, and tents for 3,000 men. The rebel guns were all 32-pounders, four being rifled, and cast this year at Richmond. The others were from Norfolk, including an English gun captured in the last war. The musket ammunition is English, and the fort ammunition from Richmond. ' After the capture of the forts and the landing of the army, the work of extending the fortifications, and of adapting them to the wants of their new possessors, was commenced. , Security was thought by our commanders to be preferable to extend...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

np HE If O R L D , : , An Independent Daily' and Weekly News-; '¦ •;._> :_* . . _- ..,. . t - ¦ , paper, _.; ?• .-.;. -. . .. ¦:, • For National Circulation and Family Reading. • Tint World has now been in existence lor a little more than a year. It has attained, in .that short period, to the highest rank in American journalism—to a ' perfectly secure financial basis, aud to a circulation, patronage, and influence which has'only Been " _equalled by other ' journals after the labors of many years. ,; . : ; . • ¦ :; . • For the coming year no labor or expense will be spared to make The World what it aims to be_^-the Best Newspaper in America. In Politics TheWoridls Independent, but-never Neutral. It will never loud, itaelt ' to party service, but will help the good and expose the bad of all parties. A pure morality and a steadfast adherence to Christian-Principle and Christian Truths will guard "its columns, and _gutdB its judgment of men and of events. It is the organ of n...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

jji O R N E Y » S The intense interest everywhere felt in the mighty contpst in which the Armies and Fleets of thn Nation are engaged_, on the Potomac, in Western Virginia, in Kentucky, in Missonrij on the Sea Coast/and elsewhere, and the existing demand for a Weekly Journal that will lurnish a full and accurate account of the thrilling events of this exciting and ever-memorable period,' acceptable aliko to Soldiers in Camp_, to, peaceful firesides, to those who wish.to obtain the latest war news, and to those who desire to preserve in a convenient form, for future .reference, a correct _History of the Great Rebellion, has induced ' me to commence, on ; ¦ ; Eaturflay, _Novemlier 16, 1861, the publication of a GREAT WAR PAPER, (in lien of the presentissue of the Weekly 2 rtss,) to be called " FORNiSY_.'g WAR _PRHSS_^.'/ It will be printedin superior style,on, a large quarto sheet of eight pages, and each number will'present the following attractive features, viz.: " , ¦ .;¦;. A...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_f • Washington. No great movement has yet taken place, though' there is said to be great activity in every department of the service, and the preparations for Winter quarters are on a scale quite too Hb*- ited to induce the thought that the whole army is to tarry there. . Troops are still flocking thither, and are t&&& so_^ for some time yet. But the army probaMy does not increase. Fifteen thousand left there for Port Royal; and fifteen thousand more ate said to be now at Annapolis , awaiting transports for the South. It may be »iriso policy to _keey the rebels in large force at Manassas and along the Potomac. They do but little barm thexe r and are exhausting themselves, while they leave the far South open to the attacks of naval expeditions.: ¦ ¦ :_'. '-i'- V ' ¦ "' v .- Novembeh. 14.—A special order has be** issued by Gen. McClellan, relieving those _meraiiiwre of Gen. Frcmont? s _staflF, who were appointed _Sjooi, civil life, from duty, and dischargi...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_^HEJLDON & COMPANY, : PUBLISHERS OV SCHOOB.AND GOIiLEGE TEXT BOOKS, 115 Nassau Street, New-York, Beg to announce to the _publioi that in addition to their valuable series of School ' _Bobks, they have become the publishers of the ¦ ¦ "¦ • '.-"' ¦ ¦ ' ¦/. ¦ .; _' ' ¦'••;¦¦ ¦ ¦ , ENTIRE LIST OF TEXT BOOKS LATELY PUBLISHED BY PRATT, OAJCLEY & CO., OF NBW-YOKK. Their list" now comprises the following _Valuable Books: Bullion's Series of Grammars. 6 books, comprising ¦' ¦ , . Bullion's Analyticaland Practical Grammar. Bullion ' s Principles of English Grammar, &c, tec Bullion' s Classical Series, 12 books, comprising Bullion's U'.tin Grammar. Bullion's Greek Grammar. Bullion 's Greek Reader. .: Bullion' s _Cicero, Sallust, &o.j &o. Cooper's Virgil, price $2.00. *_is* Tliis series is in very general use throughout the United states and Canada, and well liked. The Grammars are oh the: same general plan. Tan principles common to the three languag...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

- Pennsylvania _Bailroad. • This noble institution is enlarging greatly the field of its influence. It is, we believe, the only extended railroad in the country which has been' able promptly,and undeviatingly to pay ' interest and ,dividends. It commenced operations on the principle of paying interest to the stockholders on their investments from the very day on which a stock payment should be made. This was regularly done till the road was put through and in5 operation for its entire length; and " since the completion of the road, (that is, a single track through, to Pittsburgh,) a dividend averaging six per cent, has been made. And the work on the second track is nearly completed. The original charter was from _Harrisburg to Pittsburgh. The road has since bought the State improvements from Pittsburgh to Philadelphia. It has bought, or constructed and leased, several branch roads, which operate as important feeders. It has aided .several Western roads, and the _' reby secured a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

'Kentucky. The news, last week, of a splendid;, victory gained by Gen. Nelson over the rebels in Eastern Kentucky, seems to have been greatly exaggerated. There was a battle, and a victory, and a retreat, leaving our army in possession of the field; but the slain and the prisoners were by no means so numerous as stated. Zolliooffer was still on the ,retreat toward Tennessee, at last accounts, and.his army diminishing ; but there is confusion i_%the statements. It i_» probable, as reported, tha,f Gen. Sidney A. _Johnston,,now in supreme command of the Confederate, armies in that region, is collecting a large force, for an advance. It is said he has already 40_^0(30 troops concentrated, intending to make a dash; on Lexington, Louisville, and Cincinnati. We rather think hefwill not reach any of these places. The national forces in Central Kentucky are able to keep in check even a larger army than that; while those at Paduoah, Cairo, iand St. Louis, with the gun-boats, will call his...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_JffOTICE TO •PRINTERS. " The undersigned offer for gale, on the inoat reasonable terniF_, or will exchange for Printing Paper, a large quantity of SECOND-HAND JOB TYPE. __ " ' PAPER CUTTBR, CARD CUTTER, ' .. • ' ¦ ,.-i •'.{ TWO HAND PR'BSSES, A3» * _j, ; _, OKE CARD,PRESS; All of whieh are nearly as good as new. Address I ¦ ¦ - .: ¦ rr. :- > ¦¦ ; ¦ -.> - i-FERGUSOaF- * SNIDKR, nov2-4t Box 801. Pittsburgh, Pa. , ¦; WORTH _SEWICKLEY _AGABEMY, ¦J_^ _y * ,. , .-. -. BEAVER COUNTY, PA. -:, ¦ ;_,<?¦ ¦» i;,ir-The Winter Session of this Institution , wi'i open on the First _WediiMday of November^': * ' ' V. ''!" RET. H. WEBBER,; _\_prfncinals REV. SAMIIEL _IINDLEY, J Prmcl P_*lB _- K:nbvttr- - ¦ ¦'&_>'yr "i_*t ":*"-- ' *¦ -- ¦¦' ¦ .:_r -;;" «-i : rwn wo ' ¦' W3:0>x .'R-"K ; ' :S.-_';,: y '_~- . ' ' ; _Valuable to the- Sick __ oi* Well. _;. ¦ _= •-. ¦ _':..i _^-/..? 8EIHT"BY"IIIAILi ;:' ; _\:- _- J ; *^-" ' No Pa%f: Expected, Unlit Received, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

fin:—the cost being about ninety-five them sand dollars. The Banner ©/ _tfw Cross , the High Church paper of Philadelphia, has been compelled to suspend its issues. In the last number tif€i' _eifft)r *8lays: : *'tf Owing to the derangement of business ¦and of national affairs, and particularly to the stoppage of th« mails in the seceded States, so much has been lost in dues and ia _siibsdribdrs, that U U <impossible _r fo¥?!us to continue the paper. It is now merged in the Chnrch Journal of New-York. According to the following account , taken from rfr_^V_^_vf_^hf_^r _^_JfS_^Jt who ktelyieffc _Mns eiCy on accounf of _^ his _connexion with the South, was not very favorably received at home: We are informed b j an intelligent member oi the ohiirq_^ _X)_fKwiwnMltt,I (B rantly was pastor, in Philadel phia, that when his family reached Georgia, he was waited upon by a committee, and requested to take the oath of allegiance to the Constitution of the Confederate States. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

fatral Jp»s_.y Western Virginia. Qen. _Rosecrans , owing to the difficulty of moving his division speedily, failed to bring Floyd to ft decisive engagement. Floyd has retreated, and there is likely to be no large battle,,for this season. "_^te Godey's lady's Book_; itna * Peterson' s MagJ_$ ;V"f '¦ ¦ ¦ ¦'¦ ,, -fta* > ' ¦ ¦ ¦" ¦ /_. T"? ForDecmber, are on our table, from John H. Hunt, Masonic Hall, Fifth Street. They fully sustain their past reputation. Mr. Hunt has all the newspapers and magazines of the day for sale, i •-¦ ¦ ¦ w» i ¦ _'¦ " ¦ The leleetie Magazine. The December number of this entertaining monthly is on our table. The work is published by W. H.-Bidwell_, Esq., SBeekman Street, New-York, and sold by Henry Miner, Pittsburgh. It is always rich, but the number before us is peculiarly excellent. . Catalogue of fines. G. W. Grant, Esq., Iona, New-York, send us a pamphlet of forty-eight pages, containing an Illustrated Catalogue of Vines, with directions re...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

PITTSBURGH PEMAI.E COLLEGETHIRTEEN TEACHERS. _Buildttfgs ' . ' teachersand course of study, of (ho first class. Superior facilities'afforded in the Ornamental branches. " Attendance lost year, t_>eoT hundred and thirty-seven.- Three ternis per year. ' . " ' „ '" . '" • ¦'" ,_' ., : '.' ¦' . ' :"b'ORTY DOLLARS p«r term, " pays; for iboardingi light, room-rent, and use of furniture., Tuition -according to atu'dies'pursued. The Collegiatej' " ye»r begins September 3d; second Session, December 9th; and the third, March 24th, 1862. Send to the. President, Rev. I. C. PERSHING, A. M., iiir a catalogue. : '••' ¦¦¦ ' M. SIMPSON, • augtl-ly ¦ President of, Board of Trustees.- mjpERGHANT S_? HOTEL, '¦: * '- - i-,-; _i _" ifi N o rii f oji _r fi S t r e e t, -_* < RrtlLADELPHIA_^ . ¦ ". : : ¦ '. ) C. M'MBBEN A SON, _Proprletwrs. r liAIRSVJLIiE <_FfiHAIiE'-SE]IE[- . _' NARY. . , ' y,;; , _, A Home For Young Ladies. _^ .-. Rev. S. H. SHEPLEY, A.M., and Mrs. SHBPLBY. Princ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

WM. H. KERKPATRICK, JOHN F. KIRKPATRICK, Late of the firm of Kirk- Late -with Gillespie, Zeller Patrick & Metzgar. & Co., Philadelphia. _^_WETM. H. KIRK»kTRICK & CO., hi _iWliolesale Grocers, FORWARDING AND, COMMISSION _MERCHANTS , ; -, • -•¦-'-¦: " i.K]> DEALERS IN _i _PIOTSBTTRGHatAT STJFACTintED ARTICLES. Ho. 199 liberty St., opposite head of SmithfieW_^ : PITTSBURGH, PA. ' ¦ ¦ Particular attention paid to the sale of Country Produce. _v.-i:_"«a«.Ty •• -.• ¦ ¦ ' ;; ¦¦"" . " , - - ;0; _A/R. T H O L F _. ' S _tii I» _** _MACHINES. ' ¦/., l 3Ciie..Best rai|: 'P"se.. _; _,;. ' _^A -NEW/STYjk tefl_^LX: _^5.00, _ ' _, :f . Making the _Shuwxb, or Lock _SillOiH, which is approved pje all- kinds of work, and "for very many TOrieties is the only _atf* missabll stitch. f-tiUZj " ' ¦ \ii ; C', _n' • '¦ ,I)'*uU' ' _"A_'new _suftply of bbmi_^lyis»^MannfiM5_turingMsa>iB faBt;i;_ecelve4_T *_8tAG_^KTS_^_KA_^CED. r t.. €"; . Send for ClTPca|»r«Bd Terms. :;...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

By Rev. G. W. Mechlin, Mr. James Wadding, of Armstrong County, to Miss Abigail M. Knox, of Marchand, Indiana _County, Pa. - November, 6th, Mr. Johk Kblls -to Miss " Lvoinda, daughter of W. W. Marshall, Esq.', of Armstrong _Coanty,'Pa.. ;- ¦ ': •<- ' -¦¦¦ • • _' •¦•_ii ;,.:.*^:;-: ¦ ,:¦ .. ¦ ¦ ,. u, ; Near Washington, _IUv on October_?$4_{ hv-by Rer_.W.T. Adams, Mr. Jam_^s C. M'Clintock to. Miss Mabt ._Ann A. Wood. In Secor, on _K'OTi'niber,6th,; Mr. ' DAvmC. Smith to Miss Sarak E. Tribbet. ; . ¦ ¦¦^; - : _;.- ¦ _' - :;• ':¦ - ¦ ¦ -• ¦ October 3l»t, by Rev; D. W. _Townsehd, at the residence of the bridegroom's father, Mr. James Kirkwoob .to Mrs. Hakna,h E. _Towmsknd. nil ofWestnaorelaiid Cbunty_^'Pa. ' " ' ; By Rev; John Moffat, urthe residence 'of the bride, on tbp beautiful Ohio, on the 12_tJi inst., Mr.-James Dalzbix, _; of Whet-ling, Va., to Miss Isabella _Ceanoie. , ; , At the " American Hbiise," Washington, Ohio, by Rev. W. M. i'ergueon,' October 3d, Mr. George ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

Cfliwrtiafc Pittsburgh Market. , _TVEDNESDA Y_, kmemier ' _^ _imi. APPtBS—$2_l25@2.50 iibbl. : '" ' ' ' ASHKS—Soda Ash3@3i_4c; Pots, 4@4Uc; Pearls, b_]4i.: The .stock in first bands is ample for all ordinary _purpose. ' ¦ ¦ :¦ ._':• ¦ • •¦ ¦ :'. ¦¦•( -._t ..-•.-_•. ¦ ¦ :'• BEANS—Prime White. 1.25@1.40 per bushel. . BUCKWHEAT FLOUiR—$2.00 _» 100 ibs. BROOMS—Common,;$tt50: fancy,2.00@2.25. BUTTER—Choice Roll, _11@ll}^c.,f_» _fi». , CRANBERKIBS_^_- _l5M@7.O<> fibbl. ' . ' CHEESE—Western Reserve, 6V<o. Hamburg, i]4c. -DRIED; PBACHES—New 010^^.62_^ li'bnsh el. BS6S—15c;per dozen. , FEATHERS—Prime Western, 40e. tjji ft. " _»LOUR-r-i_2xtea, $4.75; JSxtm f amily_^ «5.00@5^; Fancy, f6.60. • . GROCERIES—Coffee: Good Rio, 16W@16_%c. Sugar, 10c. Kice, SJ_^@9c.; Molasses, 48@49c. HAY-_^$8.uu@9,00 _^ _ton. at scales. HIDES AND IjEATHElt—Green _beefhtdeg,6@SJ/_£c.; green salted hides. 5V@0c; dry flin% 12c. Rough,-country leatherisdnll at20@22c. _DreRSPfi leather is quo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

_pOR THE,SOLDIERS. i ¦ JUST _PUBLISHED BY THE Presbyterian Boafd v of Publication,. No. 82! Chestnut Street, Philadelphia: THE SOLDIER'S POCKET-BOOK. 64 pages, 32mo., bound in cloth. Price 6 cents.; Containing Advice and Directions ' to Soldiers; Short Prayers; • i ¦ Scripture Selections, including Five Psalms; The Ten Commandments; ' '. ' , Twenty-four Hymns; . Being a Manual for Pocket and Camp Use; .and admirably adapted for presentation to the.Soldiers by their Mends. . . - .. . _;..;. v _.;'Also the Hymn,; _i,:> ..._>,:. ] " JUST AS I AM.". Printed on stiff, Cara,_^ on the back of which are appropriate Texts of Scriptnre.' _> ¦ r ThiB Is infended for Hospital mse,'and has airjUadyhiBea found very desirablefor that purpose. - ; ' .-: •?¦ ¦ - -> .1 *¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ; ...,..„ :AlSO, . •;¦ ... .. _; • - - : ,:;._; ;_: THE SOLDIER'S SERIES OS TRACTS. Containing Twelve Narratives of Soldiers. Done up in a Wrapper. .. Price 10 cents. •; ' : ...„ ,.- , \ _t ,,, ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

Missouri. Our army has retired from Springfield, miliitary operations being impracticable) on account of the condition of the roads. M'Culloch has retired to Arkansas, and Price to the Southwestern county in Missouri. They burnt large quantities of hay, oats, &c, as they retired, to prevent their falling into the hands of our cavalry. Holla, at the termination of the South-western .branch of the Pacific Railroad, and Sedalia, at the end of the railroad which runs West from Jefferson City, are to be strongly occupied for the Winter. Men can be speedily thrown out from St. Louis, to either place. Having command of the Mississippi and Missouri rivers, and of all the railroads, a small force may be used to great advantage. A large part of the army will be moved toward Kentucky and Tennessee.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

B &ADLSiG FQRflBpE_. _ARMy.. V : Bold.i^>2? * s " . _GHmp "Ti Mxr'_^rY. . (, 150 _NASSAU STREET, NEW-YORKj ; has-just issued a beautiful Lillraryroonsistihg ' of TWENTYJflVJB VOLUMES, _I8mo _^ inclosed in a box, at the low, price >f $3.0 ; among which are "General Hayelock,"t! C«pt. Uedley _Viears," _'_'_Capt. _'5 Hammond," "The Blue Mag," >¦ Young _Msi 'ii. from Home." ... . ,, ... --. .; . _- -. Packagfes _' of 3,000 ' pages of select Tracts, at $2.00, ' are put up to accompany the Liliraryi when desired. : ¦ THE SOLDIER'S POCKET LIBRARY, of twenty-five volumes, in flexible covers, containing the Soldier's Text-book; Soldier ' s Hymn»,.,The Soldiers'and lesuV, Story of Lacknow, and-'other appropriate works. ;_$2.oo. ' ¦¦' •_'-'¦ ¦ ¦ "-: •" ¦" ' ¦¦' " "; > The American Tract Society has furnished gratuitously many hundreds of thousands of-pages of Tracts to the sol'diers of Pennsylvania, as well as others. The friends ot the _soldiers are 'avai...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner — 23 November 1861

¦ ; i . '•'¦j_' _.Dti '_:¦¦ ¦ > ' '¦ ._\ _l. : / ' •• iiV?\K Z_^. in - f._^._i_.r- i f li U vi ,or- ; 'UHi" ti'JiU:! ~ i- - _->-.iV;>_- .-1 : FT \ ii»....»i *_- -.<:< j [Awproc_^emwitb... _Gbiiis ;. Additional, ._Rjjuh_^b, _Jiv" Qtvni l ' ihbJNike'_Wobbs jwika £ Lwi.j ; , ' , '* rf _? ._^_ctiu_^'t luf vt'4- ; _v_/i _t_'_tj bidi_^iiJK.-on DIED_^-On Oc_*oh«r_4«h» 1861Mr. _TOHN M_+_flxam _EBNi rie*r Ca'rmich ' aelsin the Titt year af hif agemember ofSa_^ProyWeacechurchi;-,_r;;;\ _Mi ' _m ft-., -)' ¦ ;'> ' ,-, ;¦ DtED-On th _' « 19th of Qetober,»188li Mrs. 'MARGARET, •wife of Mr. John Stevensonof _Whltely, Greon,County, Paj member of New _Providence church. ''''¦'"" '!". ; j,:,_r \-. . )J-'^;r;.{: "_-; . - - -_^i._^fj ¦ ¦>¦ _¦- ¦ «t _iJI ¦ -?;,' . DIED—On|jie 4th of Nov_^mbor, 1861, $I0R$LDAsv-IS, Esq., in the 74th year of _hta age; t_)r many _ywirs afiuling Blfcof.Nerw_^_yrovldono_^chnrch. ¦ <^;.-;f.t s/;i: ..:•" ' ••.• ¦ _(...

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