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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

pete pprtntfltt s Kansas. The Topeka Legislature attempted a meeting at the appointed time, but failed to organize for want of a quorum. Gov. Robinson had resigned, with the belief that the interests of the Territory would be subserved much better under the administration of Gov. Geary, than by any efforts which he could make. Lieut. Gov. Roberts is said to hold.the same opinion, and did not attend. Some of the members had been arrested, under charge of violating the laws, and others were not present. On the failure to organize, a portion cf the members held a meeting, in which the course of Gov. Robinson was disapproved of, and strong measures advised. It would hence seem that the Free State men are divided in sentiment. There are also statements, that the ardent pro-slavery men desire to resort to' aggression. Butthere is decided evidence that moderate men of both parties, will sustain Gov. Geary, and that hence the peace will be preserved, and the settlers have the choice o...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

MM, TRACT _SOCIETY, No. 303 Chestnut Street, Palla. delphia. Practical Truths, by Rev; A. Alexander, D. D., Professor to the _Ibeological Semiuary, Princeton, N. J., consisting o_* his various writings for the American Tract Society, from it a formation in 1826, to his death, in 1851; pp.396 .12mo with st< el portrait—50 cents or 70c. gilt. Family Bible, with notes; complete in three volumes. Price $200. These brief notes on 1he Prophets , and more obscure parts of the _<ible are" of great value in giving the needed clue to a right interpretation, and both notes and instructions are admirably adapted for family worship. Village Sermons, in large type. ,• : Fifty-two plain and short _fUacoursefr on-the principal doctrines of the Gospel; intended for the use of familiesSonday Schools,-or companies assembled for religions instruction. By Rer. George Burden Price 80 «eais_, or $1.00 gilt. Sfcetcb.es from _Lifa, beautifully illustrated: pp. 542,12_mo : 60 cents, 80c guilt...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

PROSPECTUS 09 TBE _PRESBf TBRUN 61NNEB AMD ._^bnntt TERDII INADVANOJS, i_«A_^_v_«,, IN OJLUBS of twenty, and upwardt. * i!_m *' 7 ™* DEMVERBD in either of the citie» ' 175 « _« ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. , For eight lines, or less,, one insertion SO cents; each sub sequent insertion, 25 cents. Each additional line, beyond eight, 3 cents for every insertion. ¦ , , ¦ For eight lines, three months, $8.00. Each additional line 25 OOBtS. i.. . For eight lines, One Tear, *10.00. Each additional line $1 Cams of two lines, $5 a year, and $1 for each addi _' . tional line. . ,., _BosBiissi NoMom of tea lines or less, One Dollar. Bach *dditionalline 5cf ent». . . . <_Sf Communication recommendatory of Inventions. Me _Sical Practice, _Schoola, 4c. 4e., being designed tim the sect* mary benefit of _Iadividaalt_, should be paid/or u _Bnsfeesi Notices. ¦¦ ..-. ,, _. . _BsMra bymall _. -whereno good iiportniiity-to otherwise it hand. Draftsr or notes of the larger denominations ace...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

Markets. : Pittsburgh. ASHES—Pearls, 7_^e. . Pots, 6_%@6o. 8oda Asb, &_% @3%. - \ppw.s—$3._50<_a450 per _WI. ~ Beans—Small white, $2.25@2 50 per bush. _Hotter and Eggb—Butter, 20(a22e. Bags. 20. *> Dried Frtot—Peaches, |3 25@3.50. Apples, $2.25. Fr<ither8—Western55©68c. .. . Flour—Wheat. J5.62_O6 25. Buckwheat, $2.00@2.50 per tOOfts Rye, $8.7003.76.-Febu—Country $1.25 per 100 Bib Qrain—Oat_».33(_S35c C<>rn ' :60raG2_rS>63<?. Barley,$1.10® @_1.20 Rvo, <S0@65. Wheat, $1.15_@1.40. IIhos—Drewed, 6J_^. Lard—11_^12c. Potatoes—Beds, $1.00 per bu. New York* Asms—Pearls, * 8.00 ' .' Pots, $7:76@7.87J_£ per 100 lbs. Flora and MEAtr-Whent, «6 _60@6.75. Aye. f3.60©6.25. Corn Meal, $3._12_^@8.25. Buckwheat, $2.25@2.50 per ¦ Okaih—Wheat, Jil.7001.72. Oat«, 48@5Oc. Barley, $1.00 S1.32. Com.72_<a75. Eye, 85®93c. Hat—$_1.08_V_£@1.12}« Hops-_j 7@10c. Fhll&delpnuu FU)OT—Wheat, $6.37_%@6.60. 'Rye, $3.5O@S.75. Corn _Mea...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

iDTERTI&EMENTS A LLEOHBKY VBHaLB SBKINARY.-, The Second Session of this Institution will com* mence on tho first Monday of February. 1867. ¦ ja24-8t* . -.-..... • RBV. J. DAVrS, Principal. ¦WT _1LUABLB SBW VHBOLO6IGAL _Jg.,'' . BOOKS. ' lately received by John'S. Davison, 61 Market 8treet, between Third and Fourth Streets. Why _Weepest Thou? A manual for bereaved parents, by Rev. Joiua **acfarlane.'' -• ' Bagster'a Paragraph Bible, in separate"books,(G_§pesis, Exodus, and Psalms.) on hand. ' • - Adolpbe Monad's Sermons, translated from the French. Modern Atheism, under its forms of Pantheism, Materialism, Secularism, * Development.' and Natural taws, by Dr. James Buchanan, of Kdinbuiyh. , , W " . A.. _Butlers, 8ermoos—first and second series. Books of Public Prayer, compiled from the authorised formularies, of. worship of the. Presbyterian " Church, as prepared by the reformers, Calvin, Knox, and others. The Epistle to the Galatians, critical for Ministers and Students o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

tif_^OHSUMPTIOfir, _« BY DR. W_^W. HALL, %jf of New York, author of "Bronchitis and Kindred Diseases," and editorof " Hall's (New _KorkUonrnalof Hi»aUh. " Just published by J. S. Redfield, at $1.00. Showing tbe nature, causes, symptoms, and cure of; Consumptionby certain forms of out-door employments, illustrated by extraordinarv ¦' curesi" complete and permanout, from the writings of other, men. A book for phyaiciang.and, people. j 3-om _C O._lTBliSRT»S ~ KNVJEI.OPK MANUFACTORY, 6S}_4 South FOURTH Street, below Chestnut PHILADELPHIA. Envelopes, Die Sinking and Engraving, Dies Altered, E a _velopes Stamped with Business Cards, Homo_3opathir Envoi opesself sealed and printed directions, Paper Bags for agriculturists, grocers, *c, for putting up garden seeds ana groceries. ...-,»¦• ' PRINTING of all kinds, viz: Cards, _EilVHeads, Cir» _eulars. • ¦ - • • ENGRAVING of Visiting and' _Weda&iff€ardB, with _ec • velopes to fit exactly, of tbe finest English, French and American pa...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

_(_praara DlEi>~-In Eldred _Townehip, Jefferson County, Pa, on the 23<? of December, Mr. Ahbbxw _Gatlet, in the 46th year of hisage. ' _ ' ¦ ¦'¦ ' ¦¦ •¦ ¦¦ • , * ' ¦ • ' ' ¦¦ . '•¦ ¦ - •¦ Dibi>—In Superior, Wis., on Tmedav evening Dee. 2d, Ok vn.LB A., son of John I. and Harriet Smith, aged 4 years, 3 months, and 3 days. "The child haa gone, simple and trusting, into tha pretence of an all -wise Father; and of such, we know, is the kingdom of God." _s Died—At Now Berlin, on the 6th _tost., Bliss jANxC00E,,ft lady Of elevated and mature piety. : ' "' " _^ "To that glad city gone, whose street V By seraph foet is trod, Where prophete, saints, and martyrs meet, To hymn the praise of <Jod." Died—In Philadelphia, on ' Monday _eveninc, the 5tb inst., Geokoe Charles, aged 10 months. Alro_, on Thursday morning, the 8th inat,, Iamei Wrmhtaged 3 years—children of George Charles and Sallie B. Franciacus, " Alas! how changed those lovely flowers, _t Which bloom...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

f _Hotkei 43_»TKe _Boird _' of Directors of the Theological Seminary for the North-Wesi, is called to meet on the _Sd day (Tuesday) of Februaty next, at 7 o'clock P. M., in the North Presbyterian church, corner of Illinois and Wolcott Streets, Chicago. _Bugintas'of vital importance demands the _prenpnce of every member. 8. T. WILSON, President of tho Board. i » *• * US' A Friend of Missions is _farninbinp _tm _vith Bnr;_lnr* proof Locks to Hell and apply the pntlre avails to tbe rsww of Missions. Their, safety has endured the severest fart; andf w<} are allowed to sell them simply at the dos. price—$4,50 _toi$6.75. Will not the friends of Misslons'&ve us a call?11 . ' * rresbyterial notices. The PRESBYTERY O? RUSQUfiHANNA will hold its next stated' m etm_^, Deo voUnU in Wynlusing, to be opened with a sermon at 6_l_^P. M., of the last Tuesday . in .lannary Contributions for' the fund in behalf of aged and infirm ministers, Ac, will be caU_«d for. ' - :. , ; ' ¦ .. ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

Banking. Indiana Banks Faiied.—Dispatches were received in the city, on Saturday, stating that the Grammercy Bank, the Lafayette Bank, and Shaw nee Bnnk of Attica, had failed. The financial meu of the East have, for a month past, been prophesying a crisis among the Indiana and Illinois free banks, and it seems their predictions are about to be verified.—Dispatch, Pittsb'gh. Chicago, Jan. 17.—Several of the city banks yesterday tbrew out the notes of the People's Bank, Carmi, the _Rusbviile Bank, Prairie State Bank, Washington Stock Security Bank, and Danvilleall Illinois. The latter was partially . secured in California bonds; the others were owned by the Gramm_'erey Bank, Lafayette. The total circulation is $825,000, and the securities, $900,000, in Missouri, Virginia, Louisiana, California, and Tennessee bonds.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

The Sew Postage Law. According to tbe ne# Post Office regulations, books, not weighing over four pounds, may be sent in the mail pre-paid by postage stamps, at, one cent an ounce, any distance in the United State3_^ under three thousand miles ; provided they are put up without a cover, or wrapper, or in a cover, or wrapper, open at the'ends, or sides, so that their character may be determined, without removing the wrapper. Unsealed circulars, advertisements', business cards, transient -newspapers, and every other _arli ole of transient printed matter, except books, not weighing over three ounces, gent in the mail to any part of the United States, are chRrgeaWe with one cent postage each, to be pre paid by postage stamps. Where more than one circular is printed on a sheet, or a circular and letter, eaeh must be charged with a single rate. '¦_- .-:

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

Jkeimt _Jnttllifff ut •The Cunard steamship America arrived at Halifax on the, 19th inet., from Liverpool, with dates to the, 3d. , A collision occurred at Canton owing to the seizure of twelve British seamen, on board of a vessel on the river. The British _Gongu_] interfered, was insulted and threatened with violence and 'when remonstrating with, the Chinese Governor General, he was treated with contempt. The matter is placed in the hands of Admiral Seymour. ' ' . .,. ' ' •' ' ' "'"' ¦ "' , The forts of Ben ton were taken, and several destroyed. \ The Governor still rejecting: Mr. ' Sey-; moor's demand for satisfaction, the fire opened !on_»the"27_£hi and theicMy. walls and_^heGosrernoi_' s _gpalace walls were breached and stormed. On the 29th the troops penetrated to the palace, but were withdrawn in the evening. The British loss was three killed and twelve wounded. Attempts dt negotiati-n continuing fruitless, the city was bombarded ou the 8d and 4th of November; on the 6...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

The Pennsylvania Legislature. The list of members of the two Houses of this _respecta >it n mblage, shows their occupations to be as follows: Senate—Lawyers, 17; farmers, 8; merchants, 3; physician, 1; iron master, 1; coal operator, 1; gentlemen, 2. Assembly—Farmers, 26; lawyers, 26; merchants, 8; physicians, 6; lumbermen, 3; blacksmith, 1; druggists, 2 ; commission merchant, 1; iron founder, 1; artificial limb maker, 1; Burveyors, 2; printers, 2; editors, 4; teacher, 1; iron master, 1; moulder,!; drover, 1; carpenters, 4; contractor, 1; shoemaker, 1; potter, 1; cabinet maker, 1; mason, 1; gentlemen, 3.

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

January 8th, _Vy Rov. I.:,<}rler. Mr.Wn,UAH_,WAOao»r«_ii,of _ilvrroll County, Ohio, % _Mlsa Uixt _Akn _Bimxam, of Jefferson County, Ohio. • • ¦•¦ <. ¦ ¦ '¦ . .' ¦ ¦ ¦ December 25th, at French drove. Peoria Connty, Hl.,_T>j_» _Eler. D. P. Mc?arland,of Klmwocd_. Mr.HJtxEYHiEEtoMtea BiBiH _iLKABETH CAKBOtt. Jannarv 3d, in the evening fey the Mme, in _Elmwood, Peorhv Conaty,lll., Mr. Hxnkt S. Hnt. to Miss A»_xuss* A K_«T8;_.Lqthof Peori*City,111. ., ; .u ':_^^ j. _- -v _ . .. ^_ f ,; v Jannaty .8th, ijfjBfT.-Johti W- WUlcer, Mr..Jiuwli, _HiM to pas M. X. _Cimwh*,aU _ofTiigoafa* VaUey,Pa. On the lOta _fnst, by Ber. Samuel Wilson, Mr. Jerimiah Baiho to _Mlaa _Jd/_UKiRKi, daughter of Mr. Robert Finley, of Dunlap's Oreeic, Pa. ¦ Jnauary i th, by Rev. _~D. 1*. Haghes, J. Q. _McDowaed, M. D.. to Mi > Isabbiia Com»t, all of Sprnw Creek Valley, Huntingdon ounty, Pa. On Saturday, the 10th inst., by Rev. R. S. _forennao, Wr_< _Gkorge LtanicAP to Miss _Soba...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

THK tJNDKRSI«K_£O HAS BKEN APPOINTED Receiving Agent and Treasurer, for the following Church enterprises, in the Synods of PITTSBURGH ALLEGHENY, WHEELING, AND_^HIO, viz: The General Assembly's BOARD OF DOMESTIC MISSIONS; the General Assembly's BOARD OF EDUCATION* the General Assembly's CHUHCH EXTENSION COMMITTEE, (St. Louis); and the FUND FOR SUPERANNUATED MINISTERS AND THEIR FAMILIES. Correspondents will please address him as below, stating distinctly tha Presbytery and Omreh , from which contributions are sent; and when a receipt is required by mail, the name of the past office and County. As heretofore, monthly reports will be made through the Presbyterian Banner and AdvocatenwMho Hmneand Foreign Mecord. J. D. WILLIAMS, Treasurer, PreBbyterian Rooms, 45 St. _Cluir Street, my_2* . .. .. _tMttaburtrh; Pa. »J£CENT _ISSOISS BV _TttK _AMKivICaA

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

for the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate Testimonial of Eespeot. _^ At a special meeting of the Pailaiethean Literary ooiety of O'oae _IneUute, the following pr«- mble aad resolutions were adopted; Inasmuch as it has pleased Almighty God to emove by death Mrs. M. V. Burgett, a mnoK _uved and fondly cherished member of ourjSc-*«ty; therefore, •' y-fieaoiu_^rf, That in thkt afflictive di8penaation'we I _Kognize thcJhWaof tb»t Goa whose " dealings are unsearchable, and whose ways arc past finding out." Resolved, That, though cheered by the happy assurance that our loss is her uuspeftkable gain, we cannot but mourn the stroke that blasted thfi dearest enrthly hopes of a devoted husband and a fond brother, and diffused sadness through a wide cirolb of friends. Resolved, _Thjit while we deeply deplore the death of our beloved friend, cut down, as she was, in the midst of so wide a field of usefulness, we would cheerfully bow to the will of Him who is too merciful to afflict but for ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

A _PRISfCIPAL WASTED FOR _THK ESTABLISHING of a new ACADEMY at Frankr ort Springs. Beaver County, Pa. Frankfort Springs is a beautiful village in a delightful _bituation. The buildings designed for tbe 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 religious in its aspects, and to a gentleman qualified to establish and conduct it well, he would give the situation on very liberal terms. Address, ANDREW _VaNCE, . ' -.. , Frankfort Springs, Pa. • References—Dr._*'Wm. Smith. _Canonsburg; or Messrs. Harvey Childs and J. D. Williams, Pittsburgh. de27-6t*

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

Ci _ty(\ *-i if Bible HarratiYes—Mo; 19. ABRAHAM — GEN, Xli". 4. Every thoughtful and reflecting mind will look with the deepest interest at all the circumstances, which assist, in forming the character of the truly great man! !For: this reason, the whole history, and especially the incidents of ekrly life, of _suchinen as Cyrus, and Golumbus, and (Washington,; are read with real pleasure.1 Those uninterested an the philosoph y of history, and who wish only to see a romance of greatness in individual heroes or isolated events, may fix the eye upon the, sumjtnit reached after a straggle of years. But, " such as1 wisely, irefleet upon the axiomatic truths, that " God is ,ikr .history,'* wtid _yei that no end _*is reaotied without appropriate means, will be _stiUl !^ore_^nteTested_*in_*doBt»m_^^ foundations of advancing greatness, and in tracing the rise to-positions, *|>f_^3i |tinguished honor, than i»^ayhing4he! warriors, and statesmen, and benefactors themselves, whea t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

Max tfre fife For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate She was Falling, and the Saviour Received her in his Arms She had long been a follower of Jesus Christ. For more than forty years she had borne a consistent profession before the world. Her Christian experience was not entirely unclouded with doubts of her own acceptance. But she could generally say u I know whom 1 have believed." Her life had been one of many trials and anxieties, yet she had ever been able to lean upon her helper God. She was " a mother in Israel," and she bad carefully trained her children in the fear of the Lord. She had early instilled-the precepts of religion into their hearts, and she had prayed with them, and for them, and taught them to pray. Her Christian benevolence was expansive. She was not only ready to shed the-sympathetic tear, bub also to extend the helping hand. She was ready to give " according as the Lord had prospered her," into his treasury, and she was not ashamed to speak for Christ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

mf Hs;:WiB_^ _T ;.i-;-A.,; M ;;b.v l_< i n O 8. W A. BEITTON * CO., < _MANOTAGTUBEBS , * _WHOEESAMB AND BETAIL DEALERS. ..... .. No. 32 North SECOND Street, above Market, Philadelphia. The largest, cheapest, and best assortment of PLAIN and FANCY BLINDS of any other establishment in the United •States. ¦¦ '¦¦¦ ¦ -'¦ r :i ¦¦:•¦ ¦ ¦¦_- - ¦ ' ¦ _- ¦ ¦¦ ¦ • ¦< '•'¦> ¦ ¦ ¦"¦*>¦¦ .._*, i r ;O"RBPAIBrNG promptly attended to. Give ns _acall, and _datinfy _yonrsAlvoJi. ' ffiS-ly nnHE CHAMPION LOGKSOFTHS Jt'WOfiLD, are only striplings in-coat? ($6 to $9or if made, gunpowder proof, $10and .less at wholesale.) She test which they _ghare endnred is unparalleled. ' The greatest lock-pickers in the world, .stimulated by,the offer of a large premium for several years, have sought in vain for _t_» clue to pick them. They not only bid defiance to all lockpickers, but- the offer of Two Thousand Dollars for picking is continued to June, 1857, with ample guaranty. Th...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 24 January 1857

_iss _oiv an . _wsi_'_sz . rci.i-.. , -.. .. CF WBSTEitN PiiNii-:-i. ;,,,.\ ' ¦•• •• ; An Institution for the _Bi_»sit.e<s jj>«_tt. CL: r:--,_> Located at Pittsburgh,_o;-,n(?jt(- »} . ., ¦ y, ' .s- ' ,S' ¦' '•• ¦ -• - ¦ Having a larger patronage than _eu _n,-..,l. 'lci of the West " "" u"'' ._t.. BOAR1- Oi '< -.1 -f' _tJtss 3..- - SiC*y., Bov. Jas. PoUocs _, , Mot?. iS- i , _v ., Hca. Wm. _Bigler, Ex_^_to_^r. Ho_^. „, - * ... _Qrf. Wilsr._t _McCandless_, H. A. I-,-,-.?- i>~ Col. William Hopkins, B. L. _Fahsestock ' V. Ca.pt.D.Campbell, Ed.Cw.pbeS! V'"': N. V. Fetternian, Esq_^ _Mer nder, Brad _' _jJ; Principal—¥. W. JENK1KS. '_^^ ¦ ; I ! _>ACnT.TT. COMMERCIAL DEPARTMENT I.I. HITCHCOCK,(author of • A New Method o_^- ing Book-Keeping,") Professor of the _Science .-.f a ' . *' ' ¦ and of the Art of Book-Keeping, and Teacher ¦¦>» ¦ Ar ii ' and its application to business. _JOUK FLKMTNG, (anthor of the "National gv,-Book-iaeping,")Lectur...

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