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

€KMpB.AI _^ ACAJ>»_My , AT _AIHf VIEW, mmn_3£2_?_%_? _T_£l *> jBn& _*^^ County,Pa., ont-Anctt ;i ra_?" «>e _PerryBTille Station of PennsylvsBi» Btof_^_Ji 0111 ^! 86881011 _^^mnenceon Mon daythe 1« for_^_arf _^oIe Jl_^ense P« _wwion of twen_^r-two «* _S_^nSfinao_^_cl11 ' WMhingaild ********* _^ See _CircnlarB _BAYID WHflO_^ , marlS-ly Principal and Proprietor, Port Royal P- _^ oftta _£_SfwT 1 i TNOIS.-This Institutibn, underch_^ t ion_^of_^r _^17 £ ? 0ok Efve_^ fa bow open for the «*: ea_^v of ^« _°te _4ti?avil _« »_Jocation pleasant, heaithfnUTorTrL_^_VJL_^11 receive the Patronage of the fs&_, _*_kWv_«plwlon ' board '&c -. _lpply SW _"_* ; _Kocfc _Kiver Presbytery, or to the President of the Ik_^- jylS-ly ' ***' W-W- HABSIIi 011

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

Green Corn, ;_OjMELET.r-_^-The following re cipe for a seasonable delicacy is said to be e xcdlent V. Gratethe' corn- from twelve ears °f corn boil_^^ b_^Jup five eggs, stir _theA with jthe/cprh, season with _pgpper arid salt, and fry the mixture , brpwri, browning, the top" with a hot "shovel; If; fried in small cakes, with a little'flour and milk'->stirred in to form a batter, this is very nice. -

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

_FSSSBTTKRIAN BOOK . ROOMS.—THE ' Depository is now well furnished with all the Pnbllea tions of the Presbyterian Board of Publication, and especially with those that are suitable for Sabbath School Libraries Ihere is also a good supply of nearly 400 additional volumes, selected with _ipecial care, from the numerous publications of the Massachusetts S. S. Society, and the American S. g. Un_|on. .¦;- .• .._',; .;!• ¦ :;-fs ;¦;; _;j _:\ -;¦ ¦:- .< ' ¦¦ ¦ : . _-¦ ; Orders from any part of the country will be promptly attended toby addressing the subscriber. Money may be sent by mail at our risk. , „ , , 1 Alsoa good supply of stationery. _ _" __ * novl? • ; , : • JAUES A. IRWIN, Librari**.

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

\_y TURING-SteeepleT or Tnrrett _Clocfcs, of * «_& construction and xcellentworkmanship- **e¥v*J.6 !?? _^ fonn rf6_ewaere in the United State?, _^ ranted to give sa faction in tin* and tfnrabiW_. J& ' W W. ¦_W_^_TAi eo25-8m u _jffitstmTgB> _^ OMMUSION WARB-Df _&_*B **** _^°_^.%_^ ' 'Ofcnron< an<l Parlor Lamp* , _Va***^^^^ SpooHs_, Spectacles. Teawe Plated on Ai_*bwt*» BP D<n _^ Forkft_^.Watch B_*pairing done in f» frg *g g|_jffifr_^

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

H IDE, _OIL &KD tEATHER STORSf D.KIKKPATBICKASONS;No.218.THlKl>S: > weea _Market and Chestnut Streets, Philadelphia, bar- ' sale ' ¦ ';t •" ¦ ¦ ¦"- -v . S DRY ANB SALTED SPANISH /_UDMS, Dry and Green Salted Patna Kips, Tanner's Ci!, Taai _• _anfl Currier's Tools at the lowest'prices, an_>j tpea th<- " _j« terms.. ... ¦ - - ¦•¦ .: ' . ' j_^" AH, kinds of Leather in the rougb waer-:; • which the highest market price will be given is cs?h. V taken in exchange for _Hidfls I>ath*>r tared _fvn c! e.- ,-;

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

The Bessemer Iron Process, it is said; does not fully answer the expectations that were first entertained. o?itl The Birmingham Journal does, not-anticipate any important change in the: iron manufacture in consequence of it. ***

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

;;¦ _»TEffieoLGB_^ membership inthe Methodist Episcp_^ _^uMh, South_^ amounts i p _'1 _f1_,70yt5Q, besides '_' _M_^_- _^ _j^^^^O_^_i who Have'died in the faith, and gone-to the ' ( _«_esfc thai remainefch for the people of God,

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

The toils of ambition. Like dogs in a wheel, birds in a cage, or squirrels in a -chain, ambitious _imen still climb and climb, with great labor and incessant anxiety, but _sever reaeh 4_&_© top.-—Burton* ' ,M

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

: For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate.. - .. ' _- . ¦¦¦ " .. _: . Intolerancp.,,_^1 ,., ,, _,;,. ' _- ., Mr. Editor :—We hear frequent boasting of i the liberality and, tolerance of pur own age, iri contrast with the bigotry of. the olden time; but I arii beginning to think that such:l boasting is not; sristairierl by the facts. ; It would not be-::diffi.eult>to prove_, that, whilst its modes o| manifestation have been changed, the; spirffe of intolerance in man is just . about as strong as ever. True, it_^is 'eurbed and restrained By the meek spirit of .Christianity; but every now and then ,we .>«behold it bursting!(beyond this restraint, and exhibiting.its unlovely charae r terisiics. What is the dispqsition i to punish for ppiriion sakebut the- old spirit of intbleraniee ? Arid'is tterg-not too! _mtich of"tt iis still active in society / Is" it snot- exhibited in a, certain impatience with the*pulpit and the press, when they are slow to take sides in the di...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

_^t itomgs_. ' The Christian's fellowship with God, is rather a habit than a rapture. Futurity.—It has been beautifully said, that " the veil which covers the face of futurity is woven by the hand of mercy." A Smart Hit. _-_^—A. prosy orator reproved Lord North for going to sleep during one of his speeches. " Pooh, pooh!" said the drowsy Premier,_^ the physician should never _cj_^arrel_^jfith the . effect -of his own medifiinft.w *~ *^" _ ~ * _,: ¦''* ... _. .Nature's -Fashion.—There is -, one fashion that never changes. The sparkling eye, the_^ coral lip, the rose leaf .blushing on tne eheei4 _ibb elastic step, are always in fashion. Health—-rosy, bounding, gladsome health—-is : never out of fashion j what pilgrimages, are made, what praytrs are uttered for its possession! Failing in the pursuit, what treasures are lavished in con cealing its loss or counterfeiting its charms Ho_^v to be Beautifui..—-If man, or woman either, wish to realize the full power of personal beau...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. / . ¦¦ - ¦ •• -: ¦;•¦ ' - ' ' ¦ Relision; ' ¦ -¦ ' ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦ ¦• ' ¦ ;: _" ' - OR, LETTERS TO A FRIEND ON THE B0CTBINE8 AND _^ DUTIES Off THE BIBLE, . Letter -IYi— God and his Law, . For the Lord is bur judge.—Isa. xxxiii: 22. My Dear Friend:—I will begin where I left off. You are a sinner, condemned and perishing. What will you do ? What must you do ? What can you do ? I repeat it, what can you do ? You are guilty and condemned. Heaven and hell are before you ; but heaven, how can you reach ? hell, how can you shun ? God's broken law bars up the way to the celestial city_^ and the flaming sword of vengeance guards the ac cess to the tree of life. Hell is enlarging itself for your reception; your feet are standing already upon its crumbling banks; and if without an interest in Christ, you are ready to slide _swiftly to perdition! Oh my dear friend, what will you do? What can you do ? Will you fly trembling to the law ? It pours its curses o...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

wripal _jjflttej. l_^K; Physiology. 'ii|HB BY ._KSOOLAPIBS. H_^Hb sai d the Psalmist, when he said, ¦{¦HrWe 're _wonderfully made;" |||Hfebttt the Arbiter of fate JH_^^H_^ld mortal man create. fl_^^B complicated every part, _^^H»r fearfully combined, (H_^^K wonderful the beating heart, _IH_^Hbw _recondite the mind 2 B p vein displays the fearful skill H_^^Bf Him who formed it so; _m_^^BL-bade the crimson tides instill Hfl_^Btir vigor as they flow. _^M_^K_^1 * eac!l RTl'ry, valves have made, flH_^H yr>watch both day and night, _^^^^Kiheck the crimson retrograde, M_^^K' at would existence blight. I_^^H.hear tonishment might chain _^^^Hjttr intellects ; _^^^K alves and ventricles, how strange, _^^^ftfw fragile they appear! _^^^pfalse maneuvre— •« here he Bleeps," H_^^P' all that would r emain ; _^^Ht:Deed not fear, Jehovah keeps _^^pn eye on every vein. f_^^Haetuously it drives the blood wBEm& the yielding lungs; iM_^Hk»b )ood the oxygen absorbs, 'f*H_^Hhd then a...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

¦_m_^_Ht 'reflbyterUn Banner Advocate. _^^Hre atness of Salvation Proves the _^^_B Peril of its Neglect, _^^H| was unwilling to lory in anything, |^^^_K the cross of Christ. For this he _^^^Bnd suffere d , and died. Feeling the _jj_^^^Bf the Cross, arid sweetly influenced _mjjj_^^fttraciiunswith great earnestness he <^D|B9ow shall we escape, if we neglect %_;pP Salvation?" How brief these ;|| im. (i yet how full of meaning! They ' :£EUBJm truths of momentous consequence. _jSHK that eternity will ever continue to J_^^Band invest with illimitible _importance 9_^^Eifiirm the greatness of a Salvation l_^^Bedented in its grandeur, and incom-|^^^B: in its magnificent and glorious rethis _j_^^^E And from greatness is inferred , |^^Ber impossibility of escape, if we negj_^^^pe Salvation. And surely this very _^^_Hro should awaken anxious inquiry in _^^Bmind _, when nothing but the vastness _^^H|atioif is argued in defence of the doc-^^Hj&at to neglect it, is to perish. " ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

For tbe Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. ' A Consoling J_^_guBieiit. The Apostle, guided by inspiration, uses the following argument to prove tiiat' God ^[«^^w _^u JPoa _^'cMlJJrett_^tWxi_^_irnioli _1_^y " 5_eeHi T _^iHe_^lBaf 1 spar * edsW6Pm&lymi Son, but freely gave him up for us all, how shall he .not, with him also freely give us all ' things?" In this passage, there is a a premise and inference. The premise is, God has given us'Ms own Son; the inference isj he will freely give us all things. Ifc is implied in the premise, that Christ is God's greatest, gift. The inference is founded on the principle, that thV greater includes the less. God has bestowed upon us his greatest gifts; therefore, he will not withhold the lesser ones. It follows, therefore, that,when a man has received Christ, he has the promise of God that he shall never suffer want in time or in eternity. He shall have everything which will promote his real good, infinite wisdom being the judge. ¦ He s...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

Western Correspondence. Dri" M? Einney _i _1 —I stated in- my last that in reference to education in the West, & wasrmanifestly the duty of Old .School _l_^resbytejdans, _Jst, to _pndow, and that sufn? ciently, those Institutions whicH we have, arid which are advantageously located; ana 2dTo establish 1 bthers where without <_j|uestion in ten years they will be needed, and* where, if we do npt enter-the, ' field we will fin«i ourselves,? as heretofore, _far _^ putetripped by pur mp _^ re ' entei_^_riang_^neighbors. • _Ir the 'first! of these5 " propositions practicable'?- That it is desirfibie; l will riot pause to discuss;1 as? every_> intelligent friend of _.our- Phurch who;jknpw8 _0 ajiything. pfiour epn_^ _^ition in this respect , feels, j that _^ it is very desirable. Its, jpracticability must be admitted, if wp consider what in a previous letter was staWd_^ vizi, that other arid weaker denominations, ' had in this field well endowed institutions. Is i...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

;¦ ¦ Sel_^gious Kno-wjledge. Too much oaWot be said in praise of all true! knowledge, literary, historical, scientific, philosophical, or religious. And /it is one of the distinguishing and favorable characteristics of the age in which-weu live, that useful knowledge is so, widely and, so cheaply disseminated. But no knowledge ia so important as Bible knowledge—as that knowledge which teaches us of God, of his attributes, of his Word and works, of the doctrines and precepts of the Gospel, of tlie-way of,salvation, _r This will be freely acknowledged by all pious and seriously inclined minds; yet there is great reason to fear that amid the multiplicity of subjects presented for thought, " the cares of this world, the deceitfulness of richesj and the lust of other thingSj" the various sources of information opened,8 political excitement, and a diluted _Christianity, widely prevalent in many of the _^publications of the day, there is much less study of the Bible and the great doctr...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

_f anner anil If _totit _PITTSBTJEGH, _JiJTUjlY 31,||B57.1 §1*351 or, d_»liv_«r«d at re_«Id_«nce_« of _Snt>scrl* b_«raf il.T5_» Sea Prospectus,,on Third Pag_«« REN EW A.I* S should %• prompt ? m llttU whIU b_«for_« the year expires * that we mmy make full arrangement* for a steady supply* _hniB RED _WRAPPER Indicates that we desire a renewal* If, however, In the haste •f _maillngf this signal should be omitted, we hop* oifcr friends will still not forget us. RKMil_^^_fciBS.—Send ' payment by safe hands, when convenient* Or, send by mall, enclosing with ordinaryc»re» •«* troubling nobody with a knowledge of what yon are doing. Wot a large amount, send a Draft, or large note*. >Fw*©neortwop»p_«M»»_na«oM _sr small notes* , ¦ . .. ¦ - : •<"• ' TOISAKE CHAMGK, Send, portage stamps, or _better .till, send for more papers! say $» tor _SeVenty numbers* or $1 for Tnlirty-tt _aree nnntbers* ••-• '• ¦ ; "_'"V *: . "'" ¦ ' ' ' " . _DIRKCT all tetters _aad Communicatio...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

Front our London uorrespondent. Meview of the Year—The War and its Stern Lessons —Meliff idus History-—Church/and Dissent—Doe tor '.Campbell, and the New Paper.—Mr. Lynch, and his Semi-Purgatory-—-Christmas and Literature—Scene at the Tract _, Society House—The 11 Waits," and their Strange, Sweet Music—Wit and Waits—Brittania and Jonathan—Canton " Bombarded—Doctor Harris-—His Character and Career—His "School" of Preachers—Death of Hugh Miller—Dinner at Perth—Education and Agriculture—Postscript. ¦ ;; London, Dee. 30,1856.: The year which is now closing over lis, has not been marked with the awful calamities and ; disasters incident to a great war, such as previously agitated Europe. Peace came with the opening buds, and nascent flowers of Springi That peace may prove more durable than we fear; at all events, it is better than war, " horrid war!" as it was called on a dying bed by the late Lord Hill, one of Wellington's Peninsular Captains, and Commander-in- Chief ; at the Horse ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

' _/ Ecclesiastical. Rev. R. Hi B_^ebs has removed from Hen-. derson to Nevv: Danville, Texas. • ; Rev. EjdLis _Hotviii. has beepme the Stated "Supply of the churches of_J Marshall and Darwin, Illinois. His Post Office is Marshall. :! . ;¦ , ' ' _': ' ' ¦ '• '' ' ' ' \ ' "" ¦ ' " ' _' ' ' ' ' ' ' ¦¦ B;ev. M. Q. Knight has commenced laboring as, missionary among the colored people of Louisville, ;Ky. Rev. William Pinkerton has been installed pastor of the 'Presbyterian church of Cbllierstbwn, Rockbridge County, Va; Rev. J. L. Ho_^_vELi, of Dobb's Ferry, N. Y., has received a call from the church of : .PortByronj _BT. ' _t ¦ "" ;!¦ " ¦ ' , ' . " ¦ ' ... : :: ¦¦ . . ¦ ; Rev. Wm. J. Alexander has resigned the pastoral charge of the churches of Concord and Deerfield _^ in the Presbytery of " 'Erie. _U . " ¦"¦¦];¦ i: - : ._\_- . ;;; - ;' - - Rey_^ S. J. M. Eaton has resigned, the pastoral chWnge!' 'qf : _franklin, Pa. , Rev. Wm. G. Taylor was installed, on?the 20th; instant, _^pastor'...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

tbe cliair is Temporary President. Th<; Chairman of the Committee on field crops _submitted theii? Report, which was approved. 1h& Secretary read his Annual Report, together with the Reporta of the Chairman and Treasurer of the Trustees of the Farmer's High, School. The latter Report showed the receipts of the School Fund to be $16,579.17, and the expenditures o the year $11,535.76, leaving a balance in the Treasury of $5,046.41. The Society then proceeded to elect officers for the ensuing year, when David _Taggart, of Northumberland County, was chosen President; a Vice President was chosen from each. Congressioiial District, and A. Boyd Hamilton, of Harrisburg, Corresponding Secretary. Death of Hon. Preston S. Brooks. Washington Citt, Jan. 27.—The Hon. Preston S. Brooks died this evening at Brown's Hotel. He had been in bed a day or two, suffering from the effects of a severe cold. He said to _Tiis friends that he had passed the crisis of his illness, feeling con...

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