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

: Fojr _^ lPj_^_B_^_3_^_1_an _' _^ _antter _' _:_a^¦;_Ad_^ / ' ,_[ First Pres_^_etiia; ;_pur(Bli in Franklin, ¦1 Venango Co. ] ; ; At a meefing_,Qf _.theEhrat _Presbyienan Church in Franklin, Venango County, held the third day of January, 1857vpn-motion tlie, folio wing" ipreamble and resolution were adopted: * ? WB_0BBBA8,.,The_^Y. SMn_^elJaton,.our pastor_, has expresaea _' a.,_a|fire to_^have the _congregaipn co-operate with, him in'asking Presbyteiy to Sissolye the connexion! which exists between him and us, as paator;and people _?. ;, . _»,; ,.. ; . ,- > , <_g And, whereas wfe'in _osf;deeply deplore fee causes which, may compel a separation with but beloved pastor who has labored so faithfully among ua, and dn whom: dur affections and attachments .have been. _CQBicentrated; yet feeline the inability}of the congregation to remove those _oauses, and believing that his self-sacrificing and laborious di8po8_^ttpn,;destittei Mm/to a _fieljJ'in which his labors may ...

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

A Cold Journey. : _Kevl II; Taylor, lately returned from Eusisi3 , " says_^ : ' ' ; ' '//¦ '"" ' ' . ' • ' ; ¦ _- ¦ • ¦ : _i " The ship in which I went put, as passeriger, is ' looked up, with* three _hundred and eighty-seven others, by ice, in the Gulf of Finland, and" in consequence of that_^ I crossed the Continent to England, and thence to . America. To giye you sbnie idea bf the cold of Russia; when I' _lett Sti Petersburgh, bri the 2d of Deceriiber, (and' it was about as cold in Moscow, on the 7th of November , ' )_, permit me to s|ate, that after putting bVthree pairs' of' _sbeks_'arid a'pair of felt boots, two pairs of drawers and a very thick pair of pants, three shirts and two thick coats, with a sheepskin coat, which was lined with lambskin, having the wool on, and taking with me a good shawl friends whoiknew what_>it was to; encounter a J_^-uss ' an Winter, would not consent for me to un_? dertake the journey, till _another overcoat, oi << shube'...

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

'" . Sound Sleep. : Any man who can; bound put of bed as soon, as he wakes of a mid-Winter's morning is worth something ; no fear of his no_< making his way through the world creditably, because he has .the elements of a promptitude, decision and energy, which guarantee success. To invalids we make a comfortable suggestion worth knowing. If you have force of will enough- to keep you from taking a second nap—and it is the "second nap" which makesits baneful, influence felt on.multitudes-—it_^ is betteV_' fpr you tp lie awhile a_^d think'aboiit _' it, until that feeling of weariness passes but of the limbs which ybusb commonly feel. But to sleep 'soundly,'and to feel rested arid refreshed when _?ou wake up! of a morning, four things are 2Ssentiall ' ' ' ¦ ' «" ¦ • ¦ _""'¦ ¦: ' ¦¦ -••"' ¦ ' :;;' • -' ¦ •": 1. Go to bed with feet thoroughly dry sirid:warm. ¦ ' '•¦ ¦_'"' • '¦ ->' ¦' ' ¦:-¦¦ .-. ¦ . : ¦ ¦;• . ; ;.._! ¦ 2. 'Take nothing for supper but some cold breadand b...

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

_^SX- ' i_^t-: _^_ff_^ . ' - '/;,, ' ,: -;, _'; ; Business Endurance. '... """ _,'"_[ j. ' ,, '; ':. ' _Jfire_^ ' _j_.of_^genius, withouti iendurapce, cannot, succeed. Men wh_^o stirt in dne _, kin4 of business may find it impossible to eontinue _therein all their days. Ill health may _^demandLa _^ change. New and wider fields of enterprise and success may ,be opened to them; new elements of character/'may -be developed. Men may have a positive distaste/f . or some puisuite , and/success may demand a change. None of tnese caseB'fall _,within; the general i rule- _Jtfei _\ inay hav< talents , but if _^th _ey are ""_^everything bj _*urns_;_Timd_/nothing_^ 4_otfg^>_sthey;«?_muatrnoi expect to _prosper. ' /:Np,ibfm; ' pf businels_^ _ii _%ee from vexations _J( 'eafeh/man/ knows- th« spot bn ' wEioh Hs _' dwn harness ehafesj bui .he. cannot know how _^bh his own neighboi suffers_^ . It_^ is said a _Yankeei. can splice i rope in many different ira _' ysj _' an Englist...

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

. . ¦ . -,, . ; , r, f ; jfTheMornSers_^ .. ,,, ,. .. .. The " Montreal iWitness has > the following; The New _Ybrlc _O6ser»(sr contains a - very ineorreet statement* about what it calls a newtfeligious sect in?_JTrancepthe: Woniiers _^ forty-six r members _jpf. which , , _._^ith_, their chief, Mr. Charpipt, • have been (tried before a, court at Lyons, and heavily fined. The fact is, there is no new sect at all • and the Bame of Mqmier (not _Mornter _,) is a low and vulgar appellation, with w _| iphevapgelicai Christians, of all _denominations , in France and Switzerland, have, beenrriieknamecl by their ppporierits for more; tnan forty years past, the Venerable Rev. _Oassar Malari_/p p., Of Geneva, beiri g ' the first m>n to whom it was applied, in order to ridicule his preaching. The _Bjbv. Mr: Charpibt alluded to, far from being the head of a new sect , is an old and faithful minister, who haa long labored in connexion withthe TBvangelical Spcietjr of Geneva. He ...

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

, ivAlJio UJ? JmA.ouUujM1. OOB.B.BOTBB WBBKliT JOB THIS PABBB. . ,,,:.. _PBHSSTLVASIA. ' ' - KBW JK&8_EY, ft _DELAWAUB. Banks of Pittsburgh, par All solvent bankB, _£_g Banks of Philadelp , par - VrEQINIA. «»^^Sh _S_^ r8biUrg ' _K An solvent tanks, % Bank of Newcastle, §| AU bo_^_m* tanks, 8 Erie bant, % - SOUTH _OABOLINA. Farm. & Itroy. _Waynertj_'g, % _AU solvent banks, 2 VranWinbk. Washington, par » GBOBOIA. Harrisburgbank, ' U All solvent banks B Honesdale bank; . % _vTwrKitalmm BankofWarreii, t . I'BNKESSBl. York bank i_. All solvent banks, , 4 Belief _Ndtea, . _^ KENTUCKY. All other solvent banks , par An solvent banks, ' % OHIO. ¦ _- ¦¦'¦ ¦ IHDIA3_STA. State bankand branches, % State bank and branches, % AUother solvent banks , % _MlSSOinai. , newehqiasd. Bank pf _^ State ofMissooii, " % All solvent banks, % -WISCONSIN. ' N'KW YOBK. Mar. & Tire Ins. Co. checks, 6 New York Cityj par1 " MiCHIGANi " Conntry,. M _AU solvent banks, 8 , MABT1AND. CANADA. _...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

for the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Hints on Sabbath Schools. NO. II. Wo have already shown that Sabbath tools, properly understood, sustain a most _jortant relation to the Baptismal Coveit, and furnish, in the hands of the _urch, a most eligible facility for church iniog according to the duties assumed by _j membership toward the children of the venant. We have shown that such a ew of this institution, points to something [tter than the chance, haphazard way of Lbbatb. School instruction, as commonly tectised; and to something higher than § voluntary system of operating in this _parttnent; that it demands the special ention and oversight of Pastors and Elrs, as an Institution of the- Church. While, as a de domination, we have made adable efforts in the direction of Parochial shools, on thin principle of Church obliga->n to the children of the Covenant, we ve paid too little regard to the officering d management of this weekly school, ich _alrt ady belongs to tbe-Oh...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

Mite _M 4_lltaniup Woe to him who takes up with the fame of godliness, instead of godliness. - ,. Every home on earth should be a minature of heaven. . There are few but are sometimes in a serious fit 5 but how'fe w are in serious frame, and have an abiding sense of God upon their hearts? If you follow Satan, you will find the tempter prove a tormentor; if you follow the Spirit, you will find the counselor prove a comforter.—Rev. John Mason* Our life is a continual journey toward the grave, shorter or longer as God pleasieth; and many times when we think ourselves ' far from it, We may be just upon it. ' God attaches so much importance to salvation from sinthat in the present moral constitution of the world, every man is responsible to him for the spiritual welfare of Ms fellow-men. As he who prayeth that he may not be burned/and then runneth into the fire; so is he that saith, " Lead me not into tempta tion ," and then, without necessity, subjects his principles to trial. L...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

From our London Correspondent. Irish Presbyterian Almanac—'Portraits—-Number of Ministers—Missions—Associate, Seceding, and Covenanting Synods—-Death-bed Reconciliation—Established Ghufch of Scotland—Chaplains in * India-!- " English, Synod" and Dr. Cumming-— Presbyterian Church in Holland—Irish Wit and Royal MarHa ' ges—Evangelwm and the Bishop of London—Dr: _Blomfietd and " Stone Broth "—Assassination of''the' Archbishop_^ of ' Paris-Prussia and Switzerland—The Conference^—Lord Napier, Ambassador to the United States—Testimonial to Dr. IAvingston-r—Particulars of the Death of Hugh Miller—His Career—Warning to Literary Men. London, January @,1857. An interesting publication, " M'Comb's Presbyterian Almanac" for 1857, lias just been issued, which throws much light on the presentiCondition.of the Presbyterian Church in-Ireland. This Almanac has had a wide circulation, especiallyim_^Ulster, for a,, series of years, and has been _^ marked from its outset by the industry ami the goo...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

_Original _J _ottrg. To a Pastor. My kind and much loved pastor, I often think of thee, With _Mndneas and affection, For interest took in me. When I was going to ruin, A message came from God, 'You were the honored bearer, You brought the holy Word. Ton told me of my danger, ExpoBud to wrath of God, You pointed to that Saviour That cleanses in his blood. i For a while I 'd take no warning, I Led by my pervese will, II sought with earth's false pleasures • My unhappy soul to fill. But God, in tender mercy, His Spirit sent to me; He heard the Saviour' s pleadings, He remembered Calvary. He brought me to that Saviour That shed his precious blood, To ransom rebel sinners, And reconcile to God. Your hand applied the water, As ordered by his Word, And I received baptism, I And the Supper of the Lord. I May God, in tender mercy, Reward you for your word, [ Mny you and I in heaven Sing praises to the Lord. Evii-a

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

Sabbath, iSoHOOLS _, —-We invite the attention 6_t Pastors, :Eldei%>and Parents, to the acticles j>n : Inisi subject, furnished for our _colums ^;by " J_?' _Ojir first page this week, contains one of mueh .excellence. We would -re-propose to Christian parents/ the question, ; Whd teach your children ? ; _. Yoilng M_^sSible Sdciely of *Jf_^til_^rg_^ The following,persons have been elected officers -of- this useful Society, for the ensuing year: ";¦¦'" ¦ '.- ¦ •• ¦¦ ¦¦¦ :¦'..- ¦ ;,. ¦ - ¦ ¦ -.-: ¦ •¦ President—-James Robja.. >.., ,: Vice Presidents—3oh.nM. Loyi C.Yeager.: _Gorres'pdiid.iiig Secretary—Wm. 'H. Kin - eaid. ¦ ¦ - x :¦' • ¦:< - _- . - ' i -V . v_.r._j ¦ _• ¦_: _hu -. ¦ . ;; ¦ : - , _-¦ ! ' ¦" . _Recording Secretary—: R S. Davis. Treasurer—'¦Mi Dl iJ one_^ t !: Zdbrarian-^— James A.Irwiii. ,V ?; ; ?; « Executive WonimAttea—Wi n. _J)awson,,Ev S. Wood; j. "S. _; King, Wm. Wade _> und Thomas J. Craig. \ <¦ ¦ ' .- - ' A _^ ¦¦¦ ¦ ' /...

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

TERMS.— SI. 50, in aa-r&ncef or in _Cluto*, 91.35; or, delivered at residences of _Subscri_* b_«ra » $1_«75*> See,Pro_«pcctm», on Third Png_«» RENEWAL S shouia b_« _pjkfomptf a little while before the year expires, that we May make full arrangements for a steady supply* THUS ¦ RKp _^WRAPPER * indicates that w« desire a rWnewal* If, noiijreVer, in the haste »f mailing, this signal should be omitted, we hops our friends will still'not forget n*. - RKMITTAJiCESt—Send payment 1>y safe hands, when convenient* _, Or, send by mail, enclosing with ordinary _^are, and troubling nobody _witVa knowledge of what yon are doing* For a large amounts send a Draft, or targe notes. For oneor _twro papers, send Oold or small notes. ,..;_ .. .. . ', . . -r .,., ;-.__ ,..-,; ¦ ' ¦ TO MAKBCHANGB, Send postage _stampat, or better still, send for more papersf say' $3 Cor _Seventy numbers, Or $1 for Thiriy-thres numbers. ¦ . . _- ' . ¦ .<*,; r /*'jo_\_u. - iu it ¦ _¦::¦ !&...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

_PITTSBuiSi, _FBiSlttrASY 7/1857;

Publication Title: Presbyterian Banner And Advocate
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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

_jneatli Vis culm exterior ; and how docs he fib., "without remoi-e, the vices uf our Ourts !!!!<! _.Vionarchs of the last century ' " ery n,ilnn:Hy did he tstintva-t with the rofltgat" <_ia\s of George IX, the purity of Ictoriri 's Court and _household. After _laking of tii« conduct or ' the King at the _ipa! X'hnpel, he exclaims, ?* What wonder t there should have been a Whitfield ery-;iu the wilderness, aud a Wesley quitting _i insulted teuiple to pray upon the uioun in top!" ["Where," he added, "is the honest _^_o , or the pure person, one may look at in 8i sordid Court, where the air stifles us ih its sickly perfume ? There are some -world foltieSj and some absurd ceremo-!s about our Court at the present day, ich I laugh at. But as an Englishman, trasting the present with the past, shall I acknowledge, with satisfaction, the Dge of to-day V " Cheers" might well m this truthful utterance. He pro rAs the _Blietress of St. James passes me f} I salute the Sovere...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

(X J'_} L For the Presbyterian Banner and Advocate. Beport of J. 3). Williams, Tb.easttk.er of thk Boakbs of Domestic Missioss, Education, Publication, Chuech Extension COBIMITTBB, AND FuNU _TOK SuPfli-ANNUATBD _MlNISTESS AS© THEIR FaMIjDIES, fob Jasuaky, 1857. gH i W BJ _._, §2 §• g.o _s_? II I II PI SIN_015 OF PITTSBDaGH. "5" § ¦ §B* _^ Ohio Frabyterp. — _Esst Liberty eh., ia parl_^ 60 00 32 00 Itacoon ch., ., _5i 72 Bethel « * 36 00 Miller's Bun ch., 16 00 Mingo ch., aiditional, 6 00 25 00 Bethany church, " % 00 Jledstone Presbytery. Dunlap's Creek church, 21 25 McKeesport " 35 01 35 00 _ConnellBVllle " in part, 20 00 Slairseille JPresbytery. Fairfleld church, 3 30 _Gforfo?* Presbytery. licking church, 17 00 _Bethearfa " 6 00 Bethlehem ¦? 2 00 Middle Cfeelt chtirch, 3 00 synod or aixtoiieny. 'Allegheny Presbytery. ' -.- ¦¦¦ PlainGi-OTech.,S.Sch.$9.36 37 SI Tarentamch.jI'em._Mis.Soc. 16 00 State Lick ch., a lady, 100 Erie Presbytery. i ¦ . . Cool Spring church, ' 5 00 - (J...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

WtttPKftXt _Jtxitp\\_i ' ttP_*it p 3j the steamer Arabia, Liverpool dates are received to the 17th of January. The prospects of continued peace in Europe had become bright. Rumors of wars, on the Continent, were scarce. Complicated difficulties were being disentangled, and matters re-arranged, and, altogether, things looked favorable for the cause of human brotherhnod.- ' _¦ ' • : :; . . Great Britain* , The Denison Case has taken a new phase. Sir John Dobson having refused to hear the Appeal from the decision, of the Archbishop, an application to the Court of Queen's Bench has been made for a mandamus. This is subjecting the Church to the State, in such a way as, if successf al, to absorb her power_^ and render ecclesiastical discipline a mere nullity. The Incosib Tax causes, by. its continuance after the war is ended, great dissatisfaction. It amounts to £16,000,000; that is £1000,000' fop each penny of the tax. The peace tax was 7d.; on the pound; the war tax 9d. Hence, t...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

raters I)nsn—At his late residence, in Mifilitf County, Pa., _Kov. 26th, Mr, Wttsox _Hasleit, in the 40th year of his ago. .The subject of /this brief notice "was connected in early youth, on profession of his faith in Christ, With the church of his _fathersfWeBfrKi8_bacoqTiil]a8_i*in which connexion he lived Boms twenty-four years, an _example for fidelity in all the walks of life, and also for steadfastness in the paths of ¦virtue. Cut down in? the1 , meridian tof life, and when liis prospect for mature age _waibright, he nevertheless evinced, on his death-bed, that faith which ia the believer's title to a possession with Christ, and that hope which ia as an anchor within the vail. lie died cheered by |he prospect of brighter worlds beyond the sides, leaving behind him to suffer their irreparable loss, a wife and two small children. But their Joss, we. rest assured, is his unppeatable gain. The voice that speaks from bis grave is, Prepare ye strong men to bow, ana ye men of ...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

_66_jTi _OWSUMFTIOST_, ** BY DR. "W. "W. HALL, %_j ot New. York, author of "Bronchitis and Kindred Piseases,'' and editorof "Hall's (New York) Journal of _Health. " Just published by J. S. Redfield, at $1.00. Showing H_»e nature, causes, symptoms, and cure of CosinMPWox, by certain fofms'of out-door _employmentsj illustrated by _extraordiBnry *' cures,"-, complete. and»permanent, from the _writings of other men. A book tot physicians and people. j 3-5m MEW _PPBLICATIOSS BY THE AffinSXUCaN _TEAUT SOCIETY, 303 Chestnut Street, PM]a delphia. ._' ., ¦ ': ¦ .- " -.... ..,,-.. , . ..--» ¦• Ta« I'iigrim Boy; * pp. 144, ISmo., with illustrations; 25 cents, or 25 gilt.; A striking narrattve ofrthe incidents in the life of an energotic lad who was.thrown upon Ms owa resources, aind'thi_^ougb. many _errbra and hairbreadth Veapof, became ttt length u. useful man, and an active _Christiau. Postage 7 cents. : No Painf?, - No Gains. With engravings. Written bv 3rrs H..C. Knight, of Portsmouth,...

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Untitled Article [Newspaper Article] — Presbyterian Banner and Advocate — 7 February 1857

_^-{KTXVW_, fHUEAM» BBJAUTIB'tJI.:_"--i_^_9 . Now ready and forsaleatthe bookstores. SILVER WOOD, A ROOK OS" MJ5MORIBS. One neat i2mo._rol Priee One JDol'ar. : : PREPARATORY STANZAS * . ' _Turnina; tearfnlly the pages ¦ j'- . . Which the Past has _wricten o'er_. With the _thousand preel nis records ' <¦ :• '¦ • ' ¦ " ¦ Of thochangefutheretofore— • •: ¦ ' _BecordK _luminons, whero brightly , " , •¦ ;. :¦; joy the Minbeam glows and-shineR—Krpord'' -witli a tbroh of lioart-brealc " '" " Trembling allalong the lines—I have gathered of the gladness, .' -.' ¦ ¦ : ' Aniilie grief that fills _tha book; • .-.;• ~ _; . Here some (Trace's shadow outline— , ' ' There some tender toiie or look. ;; * ..j,;.,.- ,. TranqcriptSj, oh! how faint, beloved! ¦¦ • ¦' ' ' Di_»n _suggeitions of tbe _raro * ¦ ¦; Inner leaJms the. world around you Did not dream were hidden tbore. Like the spies of plcl, I've entered, _Searchins; all the riehest parts, ' . < ¦ Bringing back these grapes of EscU...

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