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

' ' For the PregbyteriaiL Banner and Advocite. \ ' DEATH J_^ _EIV_^_BAMTJEL _HBN_^RSON_^ , It beopmes the painful duty of the Eresb yte_^^ to _.rec_^cd_^_i_^_i _$*$#*. ¦ ' ¦ _^B i&y_^ Sf&ueA Henderson] - bf sparalysis, who departed this life in_.Mendota, Illinois, at theahou_?e of his son-in-law) "Rev. J. S; ;_Hendersoni on the lftMday _^ o_£ Ootober_^ 1856, inthe 76th year of_^_hisjage. _' .. "^'_1 ;. _-' , ' , '"" ¦ ../; ::¦ ¦' , "_^:, ' :K' --_^ . ' This aged father was a native of Ireland; licensed to preach the Gospel by the Presbyterians Church of Ireland, in 1806 j ordained by the same body to the ministry, in 1808 _j emigrated to this country in 1809 j and spent the: greater part of his ministry in _Wilmington, Del., in Williamsport, Pa, and in Lebanon and Concord, near Pittsburgh. In this event, we desire to record with joy the loving kindness of the Lord, in sparing so long the life and health of this father, to stand on Zion's towers, to proclaim the G...

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

Tor the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Presbytery of SaltsDurg. This ecclesiastical body_^ separated from the Presbytery? of; Blairsville by the action of the Synod of Pittsburgh, at its last _meetings met in the Court House at Indiana, on the 6th inst. Mr. Painter preached the opening sermon, and constituted the new Presbytery with prayer. It consists of seventeen ministers, and has under its care thirty-three churches, two licentiates (one of whom,, viz., Mr. G. W. Mechlin, is to be ordained and installed at Glade Bun, on the 20th of February) and six candidates. The Presbytery was organized by electing Rev. S. M. McCIung, Moderiitor; Rev. Messrs. Caruthers and Moore, Temporary; Clerks; W. W. Woodend, Stated Clerk. Standing rules were adopted .for the further ordering of Presbytery, and [ _committees appointed to superintend the .various benevolent' operations of the Church, as follows, viz., Missions, Mr. Carotbers;: Foreign;Missions, Mr. Leason; Education, Mr. Orr; Board ...

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

Uorth-Western America. Attention haB been recently called, by various parties, to the tracts of land in the North-Western portions of the country. It seems' that there are l ying about the sources of the Missouri river ,)(and extending North-East of the Rocky Mountains to the sources of tthc _Athabasca river ,, (54 deg. North latitude,) extensive and valuable tracts .of land susceptible of a high state of cultivation , and with a climate mild and salubrious. The climate is stated to be singularly mild , according to the estimate we generally make as to what is due such latitudes, from the experience in the Eastern States and Canada. Something may be ' judged of the difference in climate, and, cultivable capacity between that belt .and the Hudson_^ Bay re gion, from the fact that wheat may • be prown-on Maoke _^ nziefs river :nearly.tq the 65th parallel.-/The mean 'Winter temperature atf Fort Beaton on the -mmn_^n longitude 110J deg. .West, and latitude 4il deg. North, is 25 de...

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

A;D¥EETISEMINTS fkOPF'S . MERCA NTIL XT COLLEGE JLP OF PITTSBUBGH. WHEELING, (TOtGlKlA) AND bPBLINGTONIOWA. '- . . _¦ • - ¦-_;. _= ; ; Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature of Pennsylvania, with perpetual charter. BOAKD _OJratTJSTEES; * His Excellency, the Hon. James Buchanan, President elect otthe United States. .- ' •...¦ - , ., HonJridgeWilkins,' 4 * Hon. Charles Naylor Hon. Judge Hampton , General J. K: Moorhead, *' Hon. Judge Iiowrie. ; . . ¦ '•:¦¦ .. ¦ .. ¦¦ ' ' . _FACTOTIT AS PITTSBURGH. ¦ ' P. VVfFFPresidentauthor of "DufPs Book-keeping," "The Western Steamboat Accountant," Ac; Professor of the Principles and Practice of Double-Entry Book-keeping. • A. T. HO WDEN, Professor of Mathematics and adjunct Professor of Book-keeping. W.EOTJP, ¦-¦ - -• . T - MHOS. _McCABTY, THOS. McCABE, S- Associate Profes'rs of Book-keeping. J. C. STOCKTOSy j ' / _;. J. D. WILLIAMS, Professor of Commercial and Ornamental Penmanship, the best Business and Ornamental Penman in t...

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

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. M'Veytown and Newton Hamilton. Ma. Editor:—Since my induction to the ministry, I have been the happy recipient, from the congregations I have served, ojf _ntony special tokens of regard. Bat a little more than- six months have elapsed since my present _pastoral relations with the churches of M'Veytown and Newton Hamilton, was formed; and through the excellence of this people, and the kindness of my esteemed predecessor, the commencement of my labors has been very pleasant. On my settlement, last Spring, this people made provision for the immediate dis charge «f a debt of several hundred dollars; and, moreover, raised the pastor's salary two hundred dollars.T They greeted me with a warm reception, supplied me with a variety of necessaries, are remembering their financial engagements, the Boards of the Church, and so far as I know, are now in the enjoyment of union and peace. Recently they have augmented this kindness by the gift of a numb...

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

Irish .Potatoes—large and Small. So various and conflicting are the opinions of agriculturists , in ' regard to the quality used, and the time of planting, that I have been induced to make some experiments, hoping thereb y,_w not only to satisfy my own curiosity, but also to contribute my mite toward _^ effecting a profitable settlement of the whole matter. On the 18th of, April, 1855, I planted four measures , andtwo, sizes of potatoes in the following manner : The ground was an oat fallow, of , medium strength and good clay soil , friable and in good order. The rows " were marked off three feet asunder, a4 n*dw wtPe 's 8_^venty_w yard£f \<ffig?* • The_^_mUnure USed Was about, half rotted, the _strdwv en\. lec_^ipnsAfrom'it he_* barn-yard;-'and in each &sef it _wWpWurider the* potatoes. ' ' The first parcel consisted of one peck of fine, large- potatoes, weighing thirteen pounds. 'None of them were less in 6ize 'than' a_> turkey's 'egg. They -were dropped ...

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

"As I live, I Cannot." A certain member of the good Society of Friends was engaged in the, hatting business. The customers at the _counter , having ascertained the price of a hat , would sometimes, as is the wont of some customers, inquire, " Can you not let me have the hat for less ?" The invariably reply of our Quaker here was, "As I live , I cannot let thee have the hat for less " Once upon a time , so goes the story, a customer having inquired the price of a beaver that he thought would become -him, asked as usual, " Can't you let me have the hat for less?" The "same response frombe hind the counter, was, "As I live, I cannot let thee have the hat for less." ' << Then1 /' said the man , in rather a gruff,'quick tone, " live differently from what -you. have been living." " Friend ," replied the Quaker, _i( ithee is the first man that has found out my secret, and thee shall have the hat for nothing." May we not safely affirm, that here is'disclosed unto us the se...

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

_^octrg_. Near to _tlie Satidur's Side. Far over Jordan's rolling river, Eternal day; Therp '_s where our eyes are turning eTer, There's where tli«» angels stay. All through this vale of tears and sorrow, Patient we roam ; Still trusting for that happy morrow, Slight in our Father's home. el t ,_cnosus., All our heavy load sets lighter, _^ Every"storm we bide; 0! bWthers, ho . w my way grows brighter, . ¦ Near to, the Saviour's side. Ear from Ms tender arms benighted, Dark< was our way; ( •, , , Still every precious promise slighted, Wh _' ere could the spirit stay ? • _^ • . Down at the foot of Calvery'_s ' mountain, • > •" ' _<. ' Pilgrims come;', ._< "( Th'_^fe may we in that ' purple fountain, Wash in _duiTFather_'_s home. , " One'lovely _form' _^ ampng " the7 samted, ' * . -tj Ileaven within ;l . \ , Stands in our vision ever painted, , _' . ' _Stretched on the cross for sin. n f When shall we hear h_'is'voice commanding, Gome hither, come; t...

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

Australia. The progress of this island continent is really astonishing—rivaling that of our Western States. By recent advices, we learn the following particulars :' On She 25th of August,' 1855,/ the! _population;of _Victoria amounted to 150,905 sbuis,! including 100, 220 meni, 28,843' wpmenj and • 27_',842 children. O£ this number'22 , 47l were emigrants from China. It is reported that the Chinese _arfe treated 'mu'eh better in* Australia than in California. The _^cluster of colonies in the island-eontinent which had scarcely any existence commercially twenty years ago, now import frpm Great Britain goods to '_* the valu(B! , of _iJOJOQ_^OOiO ] annually. There are some whpr predictj that the British colony at the Gape of Good Hope in South Africa, will ' in _J a few years 'become as important as, _Australia "is nowi- ' Wool, wheat and _hidds are nowihegreatstaplespf this colony. The revenue_^ "of*• Cape town for the year ending the 30_th;d£*JunB, 1856, amounted to.about ;a; mil...

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

BOOTS AND SHOBSBOOTS AND SHOES —JAMES ROBB, No.89 Market Street, bet kc-l :: Market House and Fifth Street; would call the *_ttestii 1 his friends and customers, and all others who may fan;.:: with their trade, that for the fatu re he will be found 5::: New-Shoe Store, as above, with an entirely New iv/% Boots, Shoes, Gaiters, SJippers; Palm Leaf, Pedal, Tuatit £ Braid Hats, &04 consisting in part of Gents' F_^rcy -:-Boots'. Congress Gaiters, Oxford Ties&c, Ac: Ladies' M:-and Childrens' Fancy.. BootsGaiters, Ties, Slips, ic. <-: beautiful; Boys' _*n& Youths' Dress Boots, Shoes, Iks £ PUmPS. ¦ ". _S , ¦ ; ¦ ' _; '¦ I. .._; -- ¦ _; ¦ ¦*¦ ¦ - -. His stock is one of the largest ever opened in this _efft . embraces everything worn by the ladies Of VhHuielyhkn New York, andhe trusts, cannot iail to. please all. _tei care has been taken Jin selecting the choicest goods C which he warrants. " - *' _= " ' ¦ ¦ , He also _continuea to manufacture, as heretofo...

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

Almanac for 1857. _iiilift .;¦ _ti _fit_^l _JAHUAax ~ 1-2 3 July .<., ' 12 3 4 4 6 6 7 8 8 10 . ? V 5 6 T 8 ,9 10 It 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 12 13 14 16 16 17 18 18 10 20 21 22 13 24 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 26 27 28 29 30 81 26 27 28 29 30 31 . •«!¦ ¦¦ •¦ ,.-5 V- . ¦ Ana. ¦• 1 1KB. 1 2 8.4 6 6 7 . 2 3 4 6 6 7 8 8 9 10 il 12 13 14 0 10 11 12 13 14 18 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 = 10 17 18 19 20 21 22 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 23 2* 26 26 27 28 29 MAMH. 12 8 4 6 6 7 30 31 8 9 10 1112 13 14 Sipt. 12 3 4 5 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 4-22 23 24 26 26 27 28 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 30 31 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 Ami. 12 3 4 27 28 29 30 5 6 % .8 9 10 11 OCT. . 12 3 12 13 U 15 16 17 18 4 5 6 7 ,8 9 10 19 30 21 22 23 24 25 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 > 86 27 28 28 30 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 MAT. 1 2 25 26 27 28 28 80 31 _c 3 46 6 7 8 9 NOT. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 10 1112 13 14 16 16 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 17 18 19 20 2122 23 15 1617 18 19 20 21 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 ¦ " . ¦ ¦ 3i, ¦:_* ¦;...

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

PIES 0F©l§COpT. ' _OOUBKCJTED WEEKLY *6lt THIS _vkwa_^. PSHRS"SntVAlfIA.V OTSWJBRSBTftraGJiAWAJtB. Banks of Httsbnrgh, par AJ1 solvent _banis, ' r _}$ Banks of Philadelphia, par TTKGINIA. Bank of Ch?spl>er8bnrg.,. _, _M AH solvent banks, _<., ;% _S_*1 _^0 _^^11 _*8 ' f§ NOBTH CAKOUHA, .-Bank of Middletown, % »n „_!_„_*¦»„.,i_~ " a Bank of Newcastle/ > ; g All _sqtrenfcbftnk_?, S Erie bankji_; _i M sqxsTB Carolina. Farm. * Stxoj. W, _ayjiesVg, J| All solvent banks, . " v /. "2 Franklinb'K.'Washington,par "' f OBOKGIA. ! Harrisburgbank, -' ¦ • _M A.11 _aolyent banks, 8 Honesdslebap&, - -> .% •¦ f' _tbnmbssbs " _SS «_w ;¦ _¦:¦ ¦ -i«-»533ir .. 4 IteltefNbtls, Q rKBNTtTOKT. , All other solvent banks, par AM _solyent banks, _, • % . ¦ ¦ OHIO. ,; '¦ . ¦ ,, .. _' : TSJUASA. ¦ , State bank, and _branchea, -V State bank and branches, % All other solvent banks, % " _MISSOTrBl. ' NEW ENGLAND, Bank of State of Missouri, % All solvent banks, V _M ' WISCONSIN_...

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

Ef/ _^GANT _tlCTORIAIi EDITION OF _MATTEL HBNBT*S Commentary, containing 740 beauf_'tr :_;. _lustrfttive _Eugraviugs, besides maps, Ac.; also. 100 _?_'¦-:- - prta_^d _pagea otSopplementary Notes to each Boekof th-._i: _TestamentI Gospels, and Acts, from the most eminent Eit!;v _writers.;, The Comment on the Epistles (finished b- _ourr; after Henry's death,) has been revised and enlarged ' _^ <•> eminent English Divines; also, large additions :c ' :i Apocalypse, from 4he,best writers on _fiopbecy. Al;c&r; .-r this is by fer the'bast edition; anci it is the eheape_<ii -•; be had to this country. In 3 vols, quarto, price _oslrt_; '; well and handsomely bound. Kept also in _eieirak IL-. ings, salted for presentation. _Imported and sold U ,, f. , ;., • - ...,.., . ¦ .. wat. s. RESTon. ' Theological Bookseller and. Bible importer, >" r •; Glair Street, Pittsburgh. ! - : «^a BUVJElTpr._ATBD WARE, ¦ ; Manufactured tr ti VA- ¦ . ¦ * JOHN0.MBAD&SO...

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

The Bine Ridge of Virginia Tunneled.—A Nice Calculation. The Blue Ridge Tunnel was finally carried through the mountain last week_v On Monday morning the augers appeared from either side, not more than half an -inch apart, and the perforation was complete. The Staunton _Spectator says : So accurately has been all the calculations make by Col. Crozet that the auger holes from both ends of the Tunnel were only half an inch distant from each other, when they met, and the difference in the length of the Tunnel , as computed by measurement on the outside, over the top of the mountain, and as accurately measured inside, after the perforation,_a was less /than six inches. The draft at the perforation is strong enough to extinguish a light on the Eastern side.

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

,AMM KIKO . . ~ ' _^_TcEB_'15 _««- *_%*Z° as8W *rte« _themselveg in the _pmctice of % f5_^ _s?S_™S_*y- Office in Dr. King's _residence, 2* _' ' Uh -itr _5ft ' °PP<*ite the Cathedral. ml_£i_^_Er '_^n ittelld ** *be °mce dail _*r, and may * ._*. "_, ™*«J »t his residence , in East I«orty, in the W^' and _BTepin gK_^ ' oclf_^f , C _' O TT-A_©B5 SEMiyARTFORW_^ >\ LADIES , _Pottstown, _Montgomery County P»- «- The _Winter Session of this _Institnfion wfll _consffl**:, November 4th. For Circulars, with fnllparticularsi 8 *^ ..- ¦ .. REV. W. R- WORK ; _^ fel_^ _ . Principal and Pr_^g!^- _iTgibOK _ABTD JOB _PRIBTTING. ** •MM subscriber, being provided with Steam _^B _« Pressesand a great variety of Printing Types and ou«f 5; 'tures, is prepared to execute overy description w * " Pamphlets, Cards, BillsLabels, * c. .ati Blank Deeds, Blant Books Paper and StaticDary,*iW "- on hand. J. T. SBBTOCK. No. 84 Hftn Street, _Gmaette Bo_^Tff P,ttibvrph. Ihe 8,1886 _£^"- _JOHMT M. KIKKP...

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

Potted_^ MiBATir—tt 'iomeiimes happens to the ladies _frVm^'sbme" unforeseen circumstance _^ 'that ' large _quarititie_^pf cooked meatgj prepared for. a,_jarty that did _ripC come o_$f perhaps, remain\ on _haftd,. vhieh, for want of knowledge howto, preserve, are measurably lost. Such should be potted; Gut the meat from the * bonte _and_*4 _pKd p fine _^ and season high with; salt j ? _jepper, cloves and cinnamon. Moisten with vinegar, f Wprcesteishire sau ce, , or * melted j butter, according to the'kind of "meat, prv to suit your own taste. * Then_^dund it tight into a stone jar, and coyer _overVt_^e top with abput a quarter of aninch-o|mielteclbutter. Itwill keep months, and* always 1 afford a ready and excellent dish for the tea-table.

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

Iff _^^ C_^ASSICAI.M rS'MTIITB'TSE _xlfda?^6 _! ^^ tMUn-titn_^ wm _comune_^: _sSaawiWftaswsittsa _SSJSTCff_^-3S_£_* ftt m ° Edntas ' _anl4-tf ' " Kei.J;M._GAYUr. ;~^i±_2 . Media, Pel. _fo _> - ' tF_.'foST_^_f?^?^' _FAMUT 6_ROCBJ Ubk?hff_^_ilw ?^S _5ee * 'h»8 *n «ceHentstock,«»F=-iCnn_^^ ??*' aDd m08 t complete assortment« ' _^O_^_OSyAMlLX GROCERIES, HNS GREEN AND BLACK TEAS, _. _eiNCHTNATI HAMS. AND DRE8DTbeBF_, '^^k _? n thifmS_^^_'_^ _^^^ _atteritaon of proprietors of boarding schools at a _distm« cUk _KSi _*t _^6y ?lly I611 u_»° tt _tt _e quality of th* »' r_?_L _nS of the first class. 'stort_^ _081168 fernisned > giving .an. extended list of '_-: _StimtatiSg_^ °f _^ _^Rt «*-* _^

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

_^_griotltoL The Patent _Office has recently received some elegant _specimens of " Malaga grapes" from California. They are large, full and hucious; the fruits of the vine introduced into that country a hundred and fifty years ago. It is the opinion of those employed in the ..agricultural"department of that office that our country at,, large can be supplied with those grapes from California, at a cheaper-rate, than those from Malaga or elsewhere out of the United Slates can now be furnished.

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

FITS FKB. 'CSS3>; SAVING FUND, OF _, the National Safety Company, incorporated by th« State of Pennsylvania. ' Money is received in .any sum, large or small _^ amd interest paid from the day of deposit. ' The office is open every day, from 9 o'clock in the morning till 7 o'clock in the evening, and on Monday and Thursday evenings till 9 o'clock. ' ! _< Interest J?ive Per Cent. All samslarge or small, are pai d back hi gold, on demand, without notice, toany amount. r This 8Avnra Fond now has more than on wnjoir of dollars, all in' _Mortgages , GeO€_Ttd Rurm, and other first olaBS investments , for the _security of depositors. . . ;-*3- Office, WALNUT 8treet , South-West corner o Third Street, Philadelphia. ' -1 _> janl-ly BGNKT _LLOID. . K. _^BlSS c_^_LS_^ WORKS.-LLOTD Angltilrtn-ji _aita ' _™S a^* nr8rB «f Bar ' 8heet > Hoo P _«nd **_$_M_* n , i1 _*_"* ' "_^ _"** Bar-Ponehed Rmil _tf^^°^?_t ?*:- -_^:,-?!ftJ(_Sf*^. between ^**rf «_nfl

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

_Ptollattttras. Telegraphic —Experiments with a Solar Telegraph have_^been made with complete success in Paris, in the . presence of Le Yerrier,Liais and Struve. The rajs of the sun projected from and upon the mirrors; the duration of the ray makes the alphabet, after the system of Morse. It is proposed to apply it to the. use of the French army in Algeria, where the ordinary telegraph cannot be worked. The posts can be established at twenty 'leagues from each other. •

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