Christian Weekly News, August 19, 1856

Christian Weekly News

August 19, 1856

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Christian Weekly News (Newspaper) - August 19, 1856, London, Middlesex HERALD OF THE JOORHAL OF THE ABD HOW ABIDETH THESE THBEE BUT THE GREATEST OP THESE IS TRICE ARTUNION of of PRIZE EXHIBITION of PAINTINGSarid other WORKS of ART purchased for distribution amongst the Members of this NOW OPEN at the e Pallmall QgEB3V ALEXANDER Acting ArtUnion ROYAL PRINCE and at 4 and the Grand Series of Views after DAVID as published by Fullarton and illustrating Bunyans AUegory of the PILGRIMS with Descriptive Lecture by the Oh at Lecture by on THE MOON On the same at 4 trad the HistoricalEntertainment of KENILWORTHand at and Performances by MADEMOISELLE MITHPIB on the Cither and by HEEP ZIBOM on the Childs Mouth Admission to the Children and Schools RELIGIOUS XRXEND AND AEMY SCEIPTUEE BEADEES 14 and Exeter and T aBPECIAL MEETING of the COM held on Friday August called fojr numbse of considering a letter written by addressed Marsh 3helletter having been it was on the motion seconded bv Cox TKarthe and be reauested to prepare an immediate the same to be submitted to a Meeting of the to be held on Fri S Resolved a copy of the above with those of the Meeting of July and those of the General be inserted in the Re Christian and Christian Weekly MIKUTB JULY Moved by the of Esherstreet Ken nington seconded by the Incum bent of All Gordonsquares That the SubCommittee consider that the Clerical Secretary was chosen for the discharge of special and with the direct object of enlarging the Societys sphere of Rogers feel disposed to enter at once heartily upon the services which were drawn up at the recent reconstruction of jne the resignation that he verbally tendered oh July 25 be and that a copy of the above be forthwith forwarded to the and an im mediate answer MINUTES OB GBNEBAL COMMITTEE Moved by the BUBNS i seconded by RED That this Committee feel it thenimperative duty to ntoce a Resolution on the Minutes of this Meeting of their entire confidence in Mr Blakes unimpeachable urtegnty and thorough devptedness to the interests of the Soldiers Friend Moved by seconded by BEF That the recommendation of the SubCommittee in re ference tothe acceptance of the resignation of the late Cle rical Secretary is hereby Moved by seconded by That the Secretaries be requested towrite to the Rev Rogers stating the full particulars of the con sideration of his and that the Committee have no al ternative but to accept his JYLESQUABE UEAE 1UNDAY EVENING LECTURES on the J DOCTRINES of the NEW now in course of By the the Austral and Salvation effected by God He redeemed not from divine but from evil and AUOTJBT Sacrifice of and the true mean ing of Salvation by his AUGUST Use of Human Life on No Salvation by Taith SBPTEMBEB our Spirits assume Angelic Worth as power from the persevere in a SBPTBMBBE Conversion of and the Thief upon the Friend 1 r Are you satisfied with your present views of reli gion and peacegiving If come and hear those of the New commence at Halfpast EVANGELIZATION r and HOITOBABT George I Charles At this tune a Surgeon anihis wife offerJtheirE Kratuipusly tolthe The only outlaywill TheTunasbf Jfae Society are not suf nden tetaeettWs experise tMr6fore enireat the help of Christians towards senoingthem Contributions in aid ofr the w41 be thankfully received by Messrs and the Bankers of the Society theOmce flMhe Societyand by Eicharfl theHolborn should be made payable to Charles Esq services RELIGIOUS SOCIETY FOR SUPPRESSING OPIUM Office Earl of Shaf Honorary THE object of this Society is to suppress the Opium monopoly in and the contraband traffic in the drug in A list of the and any information on the sub will be supplied by CHAELBS by whom contributions in aid of the object will be SCHOLASTIC HHHE Principal of a School in Kent wishes to 1 TBANSFEE his INTEREST in his DAYSCHOOL to a competent in addition to the qualifica tions of a diligent teacher of possesses a sincere de sire to be useful inthe ana would undertake the pastoralduties of The locality is healthy and The house rent is well with de tached and capable of accommodatingTwelve with and the The annual income from the School is A moderate premium is None need apply but those who have some capital at or can give security for the honor able fulfilment of care of Fleetstreet A DISTRESSING The Sudden by of a gentleman who for some years was a Clerk in one of the Public has involved in great destitution a Family of the eldest a and the youngest Twpanda half years The mother died about eight weeks previous to the death of her whose state of health prevented an insurance on his This led him to embark m a busi ness which he hoped would at his a provision for his beloved wife and but which turned out to be a complete Instead of answering the end contem it became a source of perpetual and has pro duced the very in reference to the which it was hoped would be thereby Unless a present and earnest effort be everything must and children who have been brought up tenderly and wjll be se parated from each aud cast out upou the charity of a not oversympathising It is proposed to raise about which wul redeem the and it is then thought that the family may be kept by the aid of a small light and may still enjoy some of the blessings of domestic if not the happiness which in former days they have realised The facts of the case cau be authenticated by Samuel Martin CoNTBiBtmoNS will be thankfully received by Surrev Cheapside and Christian Times MISSING FRIENDS in the United South and New Lists of the above forwarded Parcels forwarded aud agency business STEPHEN Finsburystreefc TANYARD and HOUSES tdTje lately in the possession of William John all in good and remarkably well adapted for an none being in There cisalso a large Garden well stocked with fruit For further apply to the SAMUEL August 22ud BOOKS AUD jpost TJ ESURRECTION of the SAME NOT an ARTICLE of CHRISTIAN Proved from the writings of Archbishop Bishop v London One 166 Post SWEDENBORG His LIFE and By WHJIJAM London All sent SWEDENBORGS TRUE CHRISTIAN RELIGION The Universal Theology of the New OWEDENBORGS HEAVEN and HELL kj The Intermediate or World of 844 with Hartleys OWEDENBORGS APOCALYPSE RE kJ VEALED in which are disclosed the Arcana therein and which have hitherto remained London Swedenborg 508 post A N APPEAL in Behalf of the of the j T and theDbctrines of Faith and heldby the Body of Christians believe that a Church is signified by the New Jerusalem f embracing answers tall principal By the London NEW COTBCH MISBIOHAST and TBAOI BOOKS AND MY MOTHERS VOICE Ballad the Music by Composer 9f One by One the Hours are Gipsies Price post for Charming set to an equally beautiful High OF Read the Congregational published price which contains Sermons from the Manuscripts of Dissenting Ministers and may be had of all by for four of JUDD and Graysmn The AUGUST number contains the ADDRESS of delivered before the SATUBDAT MEETING of the held at the MILTON CLUB in May Also a Discourse by the Reviews of Biblical London JUDD and Graysinuroad and in supercrown on thick in neat price THE CONGREGATIONAL Edited by the supplying Ser mons from the of Nonconformist Divines with a se paratelypaged department for Reviews of Biblical Litera This Serial is designed to meet a want which has lone been felt to exist among the members of Congregational and Baptist That a more extensive auce with the influential members of the ministerial It is proposed to obtain from these ministers authentic ser and issue them for the widespread benefit of the This is not wholly a new project but the discourses which are published in other similar serials are made public without the consent of those who preached Besides such being procured by means of are necessarily defective and The advantages of this serial may be briefly It indefinitely extends the moral influence of ministers whose ministrations are ordinarily confined to one It promotes the reputation of many excellent of whom otherwise the public at large could have but little opportunity of forming an It enlarges the limits of our denominational in a manner both safe and It tends to enhance the in the public judg of the talent and piety of the Dissenting It supplies the most admirable discourses for the occa sional use of both preachers and heads of families in remote country where a supply is not easily It furnishes a ready means of printing any special ser which a minister or congregation may desire to see in the Every sermon is printed with the authors and from his own manuscript and thus quality and re spectability of the publication will be Aged retiring or retired from the will find in this serial an easy method of prolonging their It furnishes most agreeable and profitable reading for the sick or for those who are occasionally prevented from occupying thenusual seats in the It enables all resident in any to esti mate the understand the and enjoy the instruc tions of the most and influential of living Nonconformist to whose pulpit ministrations they might otherwise be utter The FIESTi consisting of Twentyone Sermons from the of as many Ministers Baptists and Inde with Preface by the now price The following are the Contributors to the First Volume Baldwin BJL Jabez John James John Newman Isaac John Joseph Thomas John The Work is an established and has met with the hearty approval of the conductors of all the more important publications of the various sections of Every effort will be exerted on the part of its Editor to maintain its present high as the organ and faithful mirror of the Dissenting A limited portion of the Wrapper is devoted to General which must reach the Publishers by the 20th of the The WorJ can be had of all or will be sent direct by the on receipt of a twelve months A Specimen Number oil receipt of Four London JUDD and Graysinnroad and Pater Just price post MEMORIALS OF A graphio Portrait by Dedicated by Tier Hus band to their By Professor All is and There is nothing for criticism to carp arid nothing for charity to Our summing up will that it contains no tedious page and that it is a and worthy memorialof an extraordinary Weekly One of interesting and instructive memo rials we have readinany a fitted to be useful to the daughters of Hoppus has laid the Christian public debt of gratitude by pub lishing Christian jiarents could not do better than make this book abirthday present to their daughters who have lately enteredtheir or are ripening fast to style is one of classical elegance and Congregational Graysinnroad and 21 BOOKS AND price post ANTITHEISM its Moral and Philosophical Blindness iii a World of By Dtedi by to the Right theEarl of Shaftes Altogether the book is a good WeJKke tho vivacity of its and the reverence of its uWe wish all young men possessed this would toejof essential to them in the formation of Theisfiic Logical power beauty oharacterisatte peu which wrote The idea of the workis good ami af this seanait SBjie cially and the whole of theargument appeirttci be logical and whilst lively and of Letter from the late President of Cheshunt London JUDD and Graysinnroad and Pater post free or to Teachers for 16 HHHE EDUCATORS INSTRUMENTS JL School By of the Model Training Homerton Especially adapted to Pupil aid for all engaged in the tuition of London JUDD and Graysmnroad in W AMERICA 16 of HOLY TfMinitHrtnr by T IGHTb and SHADO WSof the By A few copies only remain of this singularly beautiful and pathetic Price by A MEMORIAL on REFORM in the HOUSE of COMMONS on Eoyai Absolution and Tenant Eight with Remedies for Existing By London JUDD and Graysinnroad and Pater THE BAPTIST MESSENGEE AND CHRONICLfe OF THE One BROCKS to YOWBKJ MEN and MAIDENS Preached June A SBR MON by the and other intersstiife Papers will be published in the Baptist London and sold by all of whom maybe had the Baptist cont 2123 eWeui SPUEGEONS SEBMON on 1 and other price One CAMPBELLS SABBATHSCHOOL rpHE FIRST NUMBER wffl be L the Illustrated with a Map 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London and Edinl Just of THE LONDON MONTHLY REV Record London Besides Articlesrby1 known writers on Biblical Criticism and Geueiu juiwru as well as on subjects connected with the East arid the Prophetic the early numbers will con tain Papers by the Elliott authorOf CoL SirHenry Laurehce author of Shores of the Black the Rowlandson J London PABTEroaE and Paternoster EowlUclaU x w ;