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

rmmm.' _odbrsigsbd has Brnmis- at* ¦JL _TOTNTED Receiving Agent and Treasurer, &rthfS lowing Church enterprises, in the Synods, of PITTSSTrHnTi ALLEGHENY, _WHKBLINGi AND_^_HM, Vi_*: _* ' H ' The General _i Assembly's BOARD. OB1 DOMESTIC MISSIONS; the General Assembl y's BOARD OP EDUCATION S_^j36_?61_^1 Assembly_^ (JHUBCH EXTENSION COMMIT TEE, (St. Louis); and the FUND FOE SUPERANNUATE!* _mNISTERS AND THEIR _SAMILLES. VAUMJt m_^n _^°_^e _^lBI ' 1_?a8 i "S**8 _*cim _«« _telow. stating distinctly the _PrubyUrg and _Qtvrch , from which contribu tions _aro_^eat r and when a receipt ia _required by mail , the aasa« of the post office sad Oauntff. ' Jia heretofore, monthly reports will be made through the _^_esbutertaHBatmwandAdmKmanatbBBomeanaAreian Record.] ,;- ¦ J.D. WILLIAMS, _Treasarer. , .Presbyterian Rooms, 46 St Clair Street, mT24 • Pittsburgh, Pa. »P. _Jtt K JE K'S BAKING POWDER. OK . CHEMICAL YEAST, fB a great Baying of ei| 8_"_* shortening, and &t superior to...

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

fl_^WK Washington Correspondence. JMmBf" Washington, Jan. 10, 1857. .._^_ajjHHpg the past week, attention has been most ipjU_^^_Bited by the proceedings of the Committee _< _^^^^R_^t0 investigate the alleged corruptions * _^ l_^^Hkr€_SS* Thus far, only six witnesses have '&¦ -< ' ' ' l_^^^_Mfr_™11 _^ , aod the two principal ones, Mr. f _s_^^Br an(1 _^r> Sitnontonof the Hew York _£? B_^^_Hfefused to testify upon particular inters' _jjj_^^Bi_8 ' _^ie _^ rs!; Bets u P " moral conviction" ' ¦ f ._^^^_Hpstification for the charges made, while _» " _J_^^^_Bgt0 communicate the authority upon '¦ ¦ i_^^^BN_?7 were preferred ; and the other objected _jj_^l_^_Hie ground that hit! revelations would in* J_^^^^Bbrencb of private confidence. These tuny g _l_^_Bfsuilicient and sati sfactory reasons for the _f_^^^BUi terested, but they should have been well H_^H_^Br«d before arraigning a body of men upon serious may the flH_^^K imputations. It be dufSj|_Hj_^Be p ress...

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

_yetos _fiMartnwtt Railroad Accident. On Saturday last, a train of cars ran off the track, four miles below Middletown, Pa., and turned over an embankment, and were made a perfect wreck. There were two passenger cars, with baggage car.. About forty persons were aboard, and the little injury they suffered is astonishing. One person had both limbs broken, and badly smashed. Another was seriously bruised. About a dozen had bruises and burns of not a dangerous, though some ' of them of a very painful, character. The calamity was caused by the breaking of a rail. It was our lot to participate in the plunge, but not to share in. the injury. The intense cold kad rendered _thet rails brittle; and the weight of two'heavy locomotives, with a rapid motion, _proyed too much for their remaining tenacity. Several females and children were in the company; but none of them suffered beyond the distress of a serious fright, and their sympathy for the injured. One had her clothes ignited, and ...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

_jj_^ffefH s ref- _minijon , arid concluded b _} JnRiohnij: .lolui K mix 's _memorable language, _f§iP>ui the Fii-i a Bouk (if Discipline, that ffriyS&e man, of whatsoever state he be, F' _hhouid !>i> permitted to bring up his cliil-*"_1hl ih in !liiy phantasy he pleased, but should P -bjiBoMil'_^lcd to give such learning to them ' t Wi was uhu ' " JHbi to _progress _io Agriculture, a Seofcj_^K 'farmer at this dinner gave a most \)J_^Brestinc : _statement. He said that he J_^_Hkl lectcd his father holding the plough iflHp_.two horses nnd two oxen, and the land jgj|^HL.rented at fifteen _^ shillings per acre, jMHnjiih now brought four pounds. He re-¦_Mmpbered land being ploughed with nine '> _ratt*an& a woman driving the harrow . _«8_K,a _cow - His father knew nothing oi _rtfHtos nnd clover, and exchanged his eggs ' ' _Hgjjftotatoes. The farmers now had every V , _Juraf comforts. Some grocers at Perth • < r _*_IPS**lorc tea an(* ...

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

Current Review and Criticism. The _BiBtE in ihe_'Wobkshop ; by Rev. John W. Mean, (at Davison's.) TLe title of this book stirred up ut once a hope that so momentous a subject as that of God's Word for the masses had been adequately treated here. And we have not been disappointed. In a community like ours, where so much of the good order of society, and wemay add so much of the thrnt of our business men, depends on the good moral character of the thousands of employees, we believe every head of a workshop would be the gainer in dollars by putting a copy of this small, inexpensive volume into the hands of each of his workmen. Alas! we have heard of large establishments in this city, under the control of Christian men, (but not under their immediate personal oversight,) where a foreman is some ranting infidel, full of talk, filling the ears of old and young with smart jibes at Christianity, and leading thus many an unsuspecting youth astray. Are these likely to be trustworthy workm...

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

_£_DYlEtISEM]ENTS, _T%fBW PUBLICATIONS BY THE _ABTER.T _iH CAN TRACT SOCIETY, 303 Chestnut Street, Phil* delphia. ¦¦ ¦:, ¦ ¦ ¦¦-¦ ':¦' . :. - ¦ • ¦ ¦¦ ¦.• .,-_* . .«.,;¦ ._? .. < ¦;;:•.- ¦ The Pilgrim Boy; pp. 144, _ISmo., with illustrations; 16 cents, or 26. gilt. A striking narrative of the incidents in the life of an energetic lad who wag thrown upon, bis own resources, and through many errors and hairbreadth 'scaped, became at length a useful man, and an. active Christian, Postage 7 cents. ' ¦ ¦ ,,.- . i* ' "-.., .,-,.. ¦ No Pains, No Gains. With engravings. Written by Mrs H. C. Knight, of Portsmouth, N. M, f_»om the life of Samuel Budget, of Bristol, England, a _distinguished merchant ol great benevolence and fidelity to Christ; pp. 120, ISmo.; 16 cents, or 25 gil'. _Postage 6 cents. • • ; ; ;:- -.=.• ¦¦ - Jfaithful Ellen. With frontispiece; pp. 30618mo.; 15 cents, or'25 gilt. An interesting history of a colored child, who was long a cherished inmate of one of the ...

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

PROSPECTUS 09 TBS PRBSMTBRUJ? BJMM AND TKHMS IN _ABVANUB, _^ ._„ IN CLUBS of twenty, and ujwar&i, i'okP f« r y 1fr DELIVERED in either of the cities, ,-f « L ADVERTISEMENTS; In Advance. For eight lines, or less, one _innertiofl 80 csnts- each ot,k •mag insertion, 26 cento. Each additional _uk?'f™ d eight, 8 cents for every insertion. ' "H J°nu 25 c?nfs 8M UnM f ttttee mOnth8 ' |8_'00> 1Ellch «&»_tional Hae _Fot eight lines, One Tew, 110.00. Bach additional line *i ttoMnijSf ' * * year ' •nd $1 for each _*d« _JSBSRSXf* H *»o* le.M>ne Dollar. Each Sea!* _°f _^ _a**181 * ***_"***• _F_^fot SB BuCa _Jtoat byinail_, where no good _jiBortumty is otherwise P'li_^^^_Jte_^^^^_nfiy _obtaiaed. N.B. When Presbyterian famaie««6Tcrymagnd |_ii)erged hey may be accommodated at the Club nShtTavT*_TSS, «_S ' ale. The Pook we shall fcv6r,toourutmbstSy ' "eTS_« supply be xvu., but eoen/paper paid for. _t_"1 _^- *?* ""» , F®r Two _Donarg _paid,ire will send Seventy...

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

W jm Eeportof J. D._lflllliams_, ¦_Biki; _aso _CottBCTiso Aosst for thi ' _JhHrsylvania Colonization Society, frojj _MjHBfMDF.a 25tii _until January 25th. WjK&f_. Churches. flfWBn'nlle Presbyterian church, $9.00 ffaJUgy " " 8.00 **lp|H $_it.0c J _h|/: Bequest Ag§^B ood, dee'd, Ohio, , $7.0C jl_^^w Washington, Pa., (additional.) _jH_^_ftrayaon, Esq., $1.00, Dr. _a_^_Ris M'Kenuan, $3.0,0, Mrs. _JHBda M'Kennan, $2.00, $G.OC sflHV Huntingdon, (inpart.) ' ^^BB _fr _biaon. Esq., $5 00 _. J.G. Miles, ¦ B_, $5 00, Mrs. J. P. Anderson, i9B0 , Wm. Dorris, Jr., $2.00, ' ' lUwg _t Scott, Esq., $2.50, Mrs. M. •^OTwon , 82.50, . 22.00 ' _^raRMiller, Cbas. II. Miller, Thos. ij3$fy r _> Br - J - B - Lud8n _» R - B _- ^" Wiftken, II. Glazin, and W. P. AfiMBmo n, each $1.00, 7.00 '>«!»-£ - yl'c °y> 25 , ( - , • $£§* ' $29.26 i JB_^ m AUoona, (in part.) *U_^B*-Llo _? d ' Ea(l-» _§300 > A 'F - ll_^Ku>_n_«y> $1.00, Miss Jane Scott, _K $6.25 'MB Pittsbu...

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

_Dbrtaarg_. Died—Tn Walker Township, Centre County, Pa., on the 13th instant, Wm. McKean, in his 85th year. Died—In the city of 'Pittsburgh, on Saturday, the 17 th inst , * Mrs. Mart P. Chambers, aged 4» years, widow of the late Rev. Joseph Hi.Ctaambers, formerly pastor of the.Presbyterianchurch of Wooster, O ' ' "' . ' ' ' Dikd—In Miegbeny County, Pa., at tbe residence of her son, Mrs. Jane MabshaW,, ia the 87th year of her age. The deceased was long a devoted follower of her Lord, and to the last enjoyed that delightful peace of mind, which an humblo reliance in the Saviour alone can give. Blessed are_^hey. wliodiein the lord. ' . . -. Died—Jan. "• 3th. of consumption, in the 47th year of her age. Mis. Buza Rogerswife of Mr. J. C. _Rogers, and daugh ter of the _lato Mr. Thomas Brown, of Dauphin Comity, Pa. .The deceased was born in Danphin County, Pa;, and early in life united with the Presbyterian church under tbe._laboru of Rev. James _Snodgrass, pastor of the Hanover co...

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

P . - ¦ ? , ¦ v ¦ ¦ ' ¦ ¦ • On the 8th of Jan., by-Bev. Wm. TouDg, Mr. Joseph Mo-Lain toMlSS EuZiBETH LiKBERf. On the PftB>e _4»y, by the same, Mr. Ebwabd _Paiien to Miss KebeccaHill. ' Oil' the same"'day, by ihe _sameVMr.J; 'D.HEKROB'to Miss Mary L. Carter, all of Logan County, Ohio. Jan. 15th, in _Hopedale, by Bev. Wm. S. Dool, Mr. John C. QouRtET to * Miss Kate; Lewis, both of Harrison _Cotmty,O On the 1st nit, by _Eev. N. Sbotwell_, Mr. Adam _Grikr to Miss Test Burns, both of ReedsTille, Pa. _January 1st, by Rev. D. C. Reed, Mr. Roar. J? _Johnstost, of Murray. Wells County, Ind., to Miss Sade A. Donaldson, of Mercer Coanty. Pa. . __ . . In Port Carbon, Pa, on _Tnesdav evening. Dee. 30th. by Rev. Andrew M. LowryMr. David _Wilkins, of Philadelphia, to Miss Margarex J. Glen, of the former place. At Alexandria. Pa.on the 14th inst.byBey.Geo.Blliott, Mr. Wm, Drake to Mies _Marqarbt Wilson.

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

fl®» The Board of Directors of the Theological Seminary for the North:West, is called to meet on the 3d day (Tuesday) of February next, at 7 o'clock P. M.,' in the North Presbyterian church, corner of Illinois and Wolcott Streets, Chicago Business of vital importance demands the presence of every member. , S. T. WILSON, President of tho Beard. : .-:¦, pofa.; ' , _'. '_" _*&• LAfAXJETTB COLLBGB—The Board of Trustees of Lafayette College, Eastern, Pa., stands adjourned, to meet in tho Presbyterian Board of Publication Rooms, Philadelphia, onthe second Thursday (the 12th day,) of Pebrnary next, at 3 o'clock P.'M., to receive, and «ct upon tho Report of the Committee on the resignation of Dr. McLean as Presidentof the College; and to attend to any other business that may regularly come before the Board..,.,... . S. M. ANDREWS, Secretary.

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

Jf0_«ip _fittellipct From the late arrivals, we learn that a very _Berions disturbance has arisen between the Chinese and the English forces stationed near Canton, which has resulted in the bombardment of the city by the British. The cause of the collision seems to have been _as! follows: A lorcha under the British flag at anchor off Canton _^ was boarded on the 8th of October, by a Chinse force, and twelve' of the crew seized. »-onsnl _Parkes proceeded on board, and was in--ulted and threatened with violence. The remonstrancfl;? made to Yeh were treated with contempt. On the 21st of October, the _matterw_'as placed in the hands of Admiral Seymour, who demanded that the Chinese should restore the crew, accompanied with a suitable explanation and _apology. This was refused ; whereupon hostile _measures commenced on the 24th of October. The forts of Canton were taken, and several of them destroyed. Yeh, Governor General of the Province, per-, risted in _rejecting Admiral Sey...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 31 January 1857

C|t §_ik Jfor tlie _Presbyterian Banner aad Actyocate. Bible Narratives —No. 20. TnE EMIGRATION.—GIN. XII *. 5 , 6. _Terab being dead, Abraham is free to obey the command, Stephen declares Jehovah had given him -while yet in TJr of Chaldees. At once, wi ' th his numerous household, accompanied by Lot his brother's son, he sets out on a journey to Canaaa. Haran lay about fifty miles from the Euphrates. Passing the brook Bilicha, the company would probably reach the great river upon tho third day ' The fact that the _steward of Abraham's house was from Da mascus, is thought to favor the idea that he came that way, instead of crossing the river, in the direction of the ,gulf Issiis, and marching down, as Alexander and his army many centuries later$> between' the Lebanon and the Great Sea. _' Jewish tradition favors the intimation, that Abraham, on his way to tho promised land, visited the city ;which the Orientals .proudly .name, " a pearl surrounded by emeralds." &g...

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

_ADVERTISEMENTS. _MLm0TONfio¥ wi*H ' 1rHM !^?* _^G _WAND Founded in 1840, and incorporated by the Legislature o* Pennsylvania, with perpetual charter. «• _td. BOAKD _OFTEUSTKESi - llia _ Excellency, the Hon. _Jaines Buchanan, President elect of the _tinted States. . Hon Jndge Wilkins, Hon. Charles Naylor Hon. Judge Hampton, General J. K. Moorhead, Hon. Judge _Lowrio. ¦ _^^ FACULTY AT PITTSBURGH. «£l DOTJPresident, author of "Buff's Book-keeping " "The Western Steamboat Accountant," &c.;f Professor of the Principles and Practice of Donble_^Entry Book-T?eepinc. A.T. HOWDBN, Professor of Matkeniatics aud adjunct Professor ofBook-keepinal w;h._dufi, I _TflOS. McOARTY, j _IPShMfS_*11 _® ' J Associate Profes'rs of Book-keeping X.U.JOWKS, I ¦ ... . J.C.STOCKTON, j _, :. f iP- WILLMMS i Professor of Commercial and Ornamental renmanship, the best Business and Ornamental Penman in the United States. : N.'B. HATCH, Professor of CbmmerciaiLaw and Politics Economy. , , ' _i) i Ho...

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

For th« Presbyterian Banner and _Advocata. The Righteous Hath Hope* in His Death, A tribute of. respect is due to the memory of Dr. P. B. Smith, and' wife, who were instantly killed by the awful ' collision that occurred at Alliance on the 8th of December. We sorrow for their untimely death, yetJ >f not as others wMqh have no hope.": The /Doctor, for1 _wny yeHrs_^ had been a member of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church,1 yet his mind had recently undergone-such. s_^vadic_^l;t _^ehii_^e_\.. j^" irela_^_tfn '' .tp ' ' the peculiarities of that Church, that he purposed a change in his ecclesiastical relation. He would have united _\f lth the Old School' Presbyterian church of Salem, 0.,.at her last Communion, hadnot _professional duty-kept1 him awayVllPerau_^dJdi in his mind that he was called to _sjbrVe _jjbd,on? ••the ministry of reconciliation,'' he.was preparing to enter upon a Theological C,ours_' e,_j, preparatory to preaching _^y ' jftie "Gospel:, of. '_' Ch _' ...

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

mitt \uP #_M_^r ., . . , _^_rom American 'Messenger. ; !'" , A raithlul Wife's Eeward. ! In the year 182—, there lived upon the banks of the silvery ''Connecticut , two fam-j ilie ' s which were near,neighbors. : Tlie_^_hus ban . dS;W,ere,!twin brpther_^,_%a_^ timate friends and sharers in _eaich _otheVs sympathies. In,a, revival _jofi' religion which spread througfi.ithe_*ownyitnesl wives both became interested, and in due time united y ith the church; but the husbands neglected the house ofGtid, and spent!?&e^/Sab r _Ijaths, spmetimes upon the . .river, sometimes in a distillery, playing cards, or in idle ponr versation arid carousing. /THey * .professed to be IJniversalists, and considered this mode of life and of spiehding. the Lord_^s dayr 6onsietent with their belief. » < - Thotfgh displeased with the change in their wives, arid disturbed in conscience/by their religion, they-did not generali y oppose them in a, rude and violent -manner , but discouraged...

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

For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. . '; ' Presbytery of St. Clairsville. : St. CiiAiSsvili-B_/ January 15,1857. The Presbytery Of St. plairsyille met at Short Creek on the 6th _iiistiy ' _andiins&liea1 i Key. *|tober| Armstrong pastor, of that ;ohsu_*ch~. In the installation services, Mr. Grimes preached the 8ermdtt_^om: l/, Cor*^ gave the charge _^ _^'_^_tw». ' AndV-Mr>;€_rawfdr.d the charge to the people. l - Thei next day Mt_\ _Armstrong was also installed pastor of the church of_^.Wheeling Valley. Sermon by Mr_^ Vincent, from 2. Cor. ii _^ 16. Mr. Dool, gave the charge to,the,pastor, and Mr; Moffat the charge ' _toi thepeopled' /? ; • ¦¦ .. '¦' ,,. A call was preseg.ed from the congregation of We s_^eld, of the Presby|ery of . Beaver, for the Ministerial labors of Rev. T_/G.Scbtf, a licentiate under our care, which _callwasputintpMr, _Sooths hands. ... ::,,: _" ;i .;¦ . " ;- • ¦ *'" , ' ,.-¦ ' ; ' ; r ' • ¦ '¦ ¦ " " 15 V Calls were also/presented' from ...

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

_"_5plffiiI_. _A Butter-Making in Winter. ," Winter Butter", carries to most minds the idea of a white, bitter, unsavory article , as different from ||afttulde in June , as two things with the _same_^ name can be. And there is generall y _" _nfucTi _^ difficulty in pro-§_Wn _& >* _,P_#me ._artieltf in cold -weather, without special care arid paBicular management'. Let us offer' some hints on _!the! subject. __ _ -,. ./ /¦//.:/;: ' ¦ " Theteam _^_S^^ wHieb_^ _tfie cOw_^r_^eeive is not without its influence. The change _%m ' _$?,.&?$£ _4nd? ,suecjlleut.pasture to drv unsavory; fodder , should be_^iribdifiedby supthem plying with _^ portion of-grain and roots—-rwith the best substitutes for green food attainable: * Carrots,; turnips, ; sugai beets, cabbages, parsnips, or potatoes , and c _^P ed " _f°d <_3er_^! with: slops of nutritious _grainy gbnerously supplied; will] induce a generous supply ? ,<>** milk off gopd_^ quality. B_"eed ...

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

8_^ _cttet0_iK . _^. SubstitTitibia. ' " _; "' . A writer_^in the Transcript, winds up " a pith y arid sensible article _^ippn the misplaced arid: mischievous'/efforts ' of " the ariy-eapital-punistinierit par_^r," with: , the follbwirig fact r / ' : I was' somewhat _aniiiised by a pleasant stpryj reported of one of bug _Worthiest citizens^^ who; was /requested _"_*p sign a '_.petitibri j whose/object it wasf to save the neck of"'a cbrivicted _Murderer from the gallbws. There was nothing: in the case to 'distinguish it from the commori average of blPody murders—the- proof was' clear ari d positive-i --the doctors had done their utmost to perplex the court, the f jury and "themselves with all manner: of _madness,:from' the _rambling 'to the raving—and the lawyers had labored in vain to establish the fact of insanity. The common sense of twelve honest jurymen had survived all these professional efforts, and the blppdy scoundrel was sentenced to be hung. :Then it was that one o...

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

Eventide. £ f "Ajad _Isaae went out toWditate in the field a1 eventide."—Gbn. _xxiy: 63. Sweet evening how I sweet evening hour! That calms the air and shuts the flower; That brings the wiltf bee to its neat, The infant to its mother's breast. Sweet hour! that bids the laborer cease, That gives the weary beast release, And sends them home, and crowns them there With rest and shelter, food and care. Oh, season of soft sounds and hues, _Qf twilight walks among the dews, Of feelings calm, and converse sweet, And thoughts too shadowy to repeat! " ' \Yes, lovely hour! thou art the time, When feelings flow, and _^ wishes climb; When timid souls'begin'"to dare, And God receives _andranswers prayer. u • Then _trembling thr_^_ttglijih_^dewy skies, Look out the stars; dike'thoughtful eyes Of _angelsroalm, reclining there, < *' And gazing on the . world of care. ' Sweet hour! for heavenly musings made, When Isaao walked, and Daniel prayed; When Abram_'s offering'God _. did own,' ...

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