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   Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - July 28, 1845, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 -i'l  y  miSD BY JiNËS W. GOSS.  TXRMfttT»!. Th* CitmiiTiAK Iktkii.iokmce» I* iüml*MöiiUiiy, at T W O n O t b A K B innuiaf{KyafcileiA «dv»ne». The vplutu« will <w«titjr>faur auoibere.  ftH» «Uthoriiic&Ascíiu, '    editor Ì«qu««U òth«r«[ frict4<llj\to Iho  forwtirtl tu« oam^ of tubtiprlbers, and  Wwt bo    to re*  3« 5^( ’«<m«autite»tloTia  4'/Í^á>K|í«r ilfiiAt>ntiauodr4Xo«pt at the opilottof ; l]|»turàll    »ws ï»»h1 «p.  ' iv-Ÿiit Mttftiiñ »rt Autîiari«ed to forword the ut ibubneriliftr«» «nd r«(nil ititek, l'r«e uf  iMtt    iratM,  Mon of pertfoM MVing t«ntt< foi* : - wUhinfe tflÄatftfMiB.:: iipHpoli #«cUtlíi«»:»ÍiÍ9b ini# p;i()fir fur;* '    ik '^éóéraii  .A,  W  }lti;i,«paRuS JfOng Sf Quten,  ' *    ' July ëih, itì'Ìft  A'OlW OoM ;  I tira-picttiféil ti) üite'içk Iho Inteliieititefir of flMi^UNIt JFuttet tÂ'o _í¿«ieí» from Mr. Je-Kär« TM»* »ro «verni , rtiiHg» ol‘ grvnt im-puitaWHÙ botbfo l)ieBi/0tU<« atti] nur^u)ve«, A»>itAÌi)»4 ta^<:th«<e. icttttrs, wliicb f »ìhIv tiO.Wijtoid Q}W^ tM lK>ih parties, il »ill rt> 0^^tl^rinAipiateiii otte/io 80. Antl; I o«tt.]iiiiiiM|^<^ Mr. Jelitr, ihut 1 will enduuvot.  irutb iti «U ehiiaUtiit afTectioti if âr know my ‘tt mnittÿiihsro u i»ol one hotitihi fetihtig t«Hf»if#;»llf'b9Ìog ott «»rih. Th t il id my ♦ujj^HÄj^sthi to «oiilumt to iiio n}u>stlo«'  '    lio min« «t»»y 11«»»«» b«‘  lo    «itoHi'ev) titf he tliftt lotctb.AiMi»  (UtfHlod tUtì l»w»^íí-4R^^n^. xtii.ft oDiivtuoiitg MrVJi»* br^rtOH, timi tji«y «re «r^ole of their TliMìtì^S^WN*?# fetìtlWÌ««l»*‘'tò*SBHf» »»f';tUÌ». V|ffití»Íffr¿'#«in Ihe biNigitluittg ufibb r«ft>rmn-tliom tgi tie»i U» a«> (ti«y ' llti^tt a more c^)ri>»thm còurtiè '•^li^ruiurà il» piirMiÌBd t)> bufh pnrttHii,db ttiRy b« iioiio u» bj» nur BiiptiMi th^ «vldiMtcu of iheir' w«Àiid »HÌvo beo» laid before " ‘    pa»t, hoU ìt mu Ueni l'ur  . ,    ift juDtioiii libine osuae ol  eonrfuet <»r  ¡ Jíí;.|iftd»,.ílí¿Edh..r«l/t    «ho  li* evidence befftre hia breth* «diiHttKii ihm iheru wita not » iiHiwrhohn^ n^nd it, and ww to «r<im an; word auturnry tu 'U]til9^o»ty lifitiMid the n^iito òf otie it»« ‘ ho ¥«id wi«riHrt iit?thöJteoÄ^^ uofM.o^i'djraw tij> ihu proAo^btfi .ind r«aò<‘ 4 èflÉfotf ']Mlr.'-S«h'd»*’<<}ii ---------  ifíH' i«to»n»«d íhiih^tb^^  ,|»ftlig|;ïh«-diijr ùëMiit^î^dvi «^ l^^0iild iHif the túMl w«ok>  ‘ |í^lé<'’«tlì|»A'^èd .ho «ilite evtry xveoU, Oli ^^líi ' d«yf <the HendU t»»»' itfaiied lo pny ,. .    '<hi« duou.oont roiiikiiKid in tito ot^  *IIÌ*ì9Ìi8^ «Kroo niüiHhs, and bjr iho advice .#|(«hryiififfHd, #ho'wa« s Ikpti«!, tt wa« R-. litdljr iviihi{]Mvwii>, t)nd«r iho briiof th»t Mr.  ‘ ' i^ìiiid« diij^<i4ìf|^«itoiidiopubti£h it. f «akod iÑMi i^ÌK< militi« Ihr ifçt publìDhhig it. ile Poblwl>er 'of the Bnpu»t ,,    and 11 Vffl» hi« doty «o sUh-  hfld been advlaod to do. 1 W?ll*VW^d,*riif^ tvr«lii(g, then, you will do it.  own' piper, wus evideuoo in ,’ttf ilie «Wor" oV ouf Baptist hroihroo. ihl^iHlif upon Bueh conduct M un* #i||lMinQ^    nocoont ft»!* my  hawdotic, kn«v|it«8V  ^pföbütod Kuoh oondutsit ih >1^114.nrirdb fc* I did, utml theiw^ de«-btii’iiiMttcd. PImae pablt«h the t»vo ft from the iierald for láimary «EâtU ||md4uly .iSÍ{d,    I have «overa I  lOa- CbKVaov«B«v.*.*tf by rclfg^iouj I't* «^hl «ßiilniooioät «^teotion ^oU)» and in the ipo«^ iiMm«»toN irf, trutlt* U i# cçrfaihiy <»  ,VH« Mid reason; Néitoér Téviflatii^n  w. <3íK*  moré such evideticcs of a radicuí cUange in iho coiiduci of pome of our Bitplisl rt>n for ih« wurse, ihounh íiiUfcd, io tluiory they hnvo greaiíy imj»ruv«<i as obhoivcd by you. 1 aiiribu'io ihesc errora of theirs, lu ihfir orgun. Uie Herald.  Mr. Jeier proven ihe correctness «f uiy asHcrtiuii ill iho cooclusioti: uf the «bove j)iii-agra)>h, wbicji )*r«n> ih« (»«giiinfug, has l«d our Iiu|UÌBlbretlir«o «».ray irotn ilio truih.— Höar íiiin in MjicaUíujj oí' ihcir coitducijii iitcir Aoaocimiofi :  “ lu «bis J know you were inisiakfln. I waa a niombor i*f lit« ciimjuiiie« which reported ihu proBinjple aMd,r<;t><»iulÍMii8, whicti JU« coiUfinptuoualy .«tjlo iho Dovir Du-(frcea, (no coiMompt with bis brvlbteo, i^• çalittig «9 i Çaô»uUt!llit«»i’) 1 Iniiiird ail Miu dì!«cu«i«ti(Mta on 'riíó^Biíbjetii, U was i,hen tiiu-dbrsiottd by inun wUu- had oarciViily rend Älr. €«inpbon’i' writing» itiai be dcuiod any inltueoco of tbo Spi/ii mitU alif;!!' b.ijHusni.V Iri 4he »biiStiB,    cotifinu» witai  have ftlwa}tajtàlii«v«4^t|»a tiâlbctnnti^c o»^ did not know wliu' ivuro doing. - Ho âduiiis ihal iho iitiiujo, or »umu of tiifins «‘îtfid not Ujjion Álr. Cimipboll’e H rti.ingUi as Hi**>wn **r ruad by iJicin, or upun tjiiîVr perBontti Utiowledge of Mr» Canijtsbaira «»pp'J'S'id error», bm, by man, who (^it is auiS) Imd ciirelully rott-d^ ■ il’s ttlililíes. ’ This is a ritci  vicwH, and bis eharacii?r carlaiiily enlitlCi liis di>«cliiini0r to lull fredjl.” Had hn don^ llii« flt fir.-l, »her« would (na bo spi’nif sntn riitgly lo caU it,) hnvo bcvii n«i '• hnrp-iiig" ttii hiij 8U|»i*n8ed t;rri»r. \,There w ill bnoct'forth bo iiosio li-om im*, as íbero ha« b IVoni h';s Bnptihi bretli ou against us, for the liifil fiitebii yearV, ihoujjh wo as pos* itivßly denied ih«ir re'|>r«soiiiaiiod of our v.ßws *' on the influ«nco of the Holy Spirit in the Nirlvtifi«'» «if mnn,’’ ae si*t I'orlh in thesKiiig &/Qaeoh Deoroof. Wo could hui ìojòic I poll «iich bunduci, in iniputing imhliiily luid privalul)', Bcniiinunti we never h('l 1, (»lid publicly doiiiiod by lie,) jih uht jjciith'inijnly, iiftd uuclintt an, in nut nd-ini tiii^ ihfti wo Unoiv our iri<*w^ bailer ihai*^ lh«y ijlid. und give us crcd'en>te for tho denial «»J' j ho i r conai rue til. ns Ï repoat if, ’ Ì hope no disoiplo of jttana Christ, will iroat Mr. J^oicr or any olhor Bajiiitil of good a'oiuliiig IIbaÿo boi'ii irtiiitedgjMurooapècijillj tiÿ who could, llto firba of his own pa|»éri fh^t tiie ohnrgi't  whiit they^ were iiujtist. '' |t sc ' ‘ — *..........  oom-Tto ihcir^projUdiCB« points ift issu«.  Mr, Jotcr 8,nys ! “^îi^genorutton wiihou? thô word ! I hiive ooycr^belicvod ii, Jicyerj iHuglit it, iKivor he**rd iltnught^ I  ft 80(-iii« ho chotto to enter or igiiorancc, on the  W  nae\  ICMtVti    AMH «riVniVIT  , ttìit%{«tor3r proiifeà/^ad «« nature oi' Hóàpi^ |Mov«ft«^thai»wilhotM it, error, ifjnoranc»» mdflriine m«»ttriu«nph overrtglitMiue-a<tpfcJMio«trtedse,ìliberty» and trutit. The sis^nì^ ÌIN»^«^{M«rbap«> tnry f«w words is more pcr^ i4 fjuij» <h(i^ of contrórprsy «nd charity in liéli, In tttfsà dayà, cAaHfif, xihich alwmya '-“**"‘ótó»fet-men, and nii* |>ftnei><««,'Ì6 made' in havikisf no sentitnénii^WIn «laKtbiMn, «ithertin alloirios th»t alt ri^m    ojilkioDsattd prftctiei»,  iC,lta^.'tti^:wi;i)eg»Dot^ wij^ ahbwld h» qpppatiÌiiR.; Bm ^he Whhnate o|i^t of »i eonttòveray, ìaj to élicit trutb i nothitig . «rime of contitMrersy, which hàa a Withóbt i(, not a Jew 4f^tf«H«ii^h*v^beenèQnvftKei} io ChriMiaoity fl» Ìdoiwl^-Ii*o<)lld haveturned to thè wor-sldp«^ fbtt^rw Crod~«4iÌl tbecivil» pelidcal and «1^    4he middle ngea wootd »UH  <iv«l«>M^:ìVOllii. The fery tirsi iH^p taken  ..... ‘ «BWO« tl^e H«tb<fn. evfo b*-  .....tÌ9«d th«    when ho  ìnxmprakt^ lì piiéò oftsiotròVeity  ____thè ai*ili<iiy of theìr  r» aéhBtttiHe» tnd jpdóa ei^ei^y ibot that giilo bf< «ontrovcrtii^ faUehc^ fimr UN i «•tabikibttieot of i^«th. Agannit oontioywray fn Ihe piOfl^Md iefrtinwu» •eow^òf jt*  thè foHotvi(^>»opi^ittQn to thè trutb. or (or iutfupBort—prt^nal infe-liM is bcopasutfoo end defence of etjror» JltftMikfr .of «Óitt ìflcOfiiitwtltne Trith thè nialnti^ Hill«« of «wknowtidjfw tigirt—<»r lateltectunl «lÉtkiKtt» unafbU» to decide betweea vj^i* iaright  Aj-r. Cainpbeij  W’oriíty I» bç recordtuí in cajntnÎB, and is ibo priituipiil' ciiuso of the djsourd, dirii^ion, and ^^hi»m. in iho body of Ciirist. VVhal an awful ^ta(« of (luftg« niopt lollow wiihouC iropomancu. and ictorniaiM/h, itMivtiug upon tlie *'rrur» of niuii, tustend ol the woi«i of Qod ? “ JÎO nwLjrj) ilH> Bijrvania of niMti.” ‘•For do 1 now j>t>ir¿Made mt?h or tiod.r— or do { iii’çk lo j»ie¡ifrc men ?—fur if 1 yoi_ plcnïed meni fltmiid not í»u tini e>rr’tuni of UliriHt.’' '’ Know yu noi, ihal lo whom y«; yield yourt^eivas aurvanta to obc-y, |ii» bor-vant« )é ,nrc whon» you obey j whether ol sin unto death, or obedititico uuto righieout-PflÓ/,  • This is vhe conduct thai h«« bc«*n puri-u-od tuwarda me, which firifl brnught on ihw controversy in Eiistwjin Virginia. I received at the hftuOa f>f iíÜdcr A.. Broaddus, X^aar tor of .Salem ciinrcb, a rei»uiution wriil« n by bia tirothor, a ri^rurooa n>«n m hi» religion» «v'nlnncntn» dait d l"¿tli April, iBrfS. 'j'licy then ohiirgcd nio ^‘ith holding iho “ fceiiii-ineoi, whu h uonuidur« n.binnL-r as rtipeiuing iind belinving in Chfi»i with a itaving faiUi, bi-furo iifj n!üi‘iv«tä any inHuctrue trom the Hojy $pirtt.” I ioäiu>-cd to make any reply 10 »0 abaurd a ihiii;^. lùidcr B. urged it up> on me, »uying U 'would be ireiuing ili» cbnrcíi of Christ w¡uh oonientpt, 1 then^ dttnied butore him,;«hut J hud ever «mor-  luined f*Mch-8««*ntiHHMU—ihai tf I rf.pljigtjl* ^  »hou'd tie canditi in wh«t 1 wc^uld i-a/.^aijd it Would only produco diaoord.  IU4, EUUr il'itiort Hyland, ‘ Sub4iol:¿jl^viih ""jáldvr B. ui pruachifig, iiltitfr- B, t«J9»U 15}; J'aW|»tniitv!BÍuio a privittu ro^  hôëi> iuA’iied to gu and aee mo, niioriued (ixi'he wonld gu homo with ,fpe. Uo did au that evening, and nmund our social lieartb woconv«>r«od opoii many topica-vat: mone* ih(.'ir> this rei>o|uiion was ùitrodiu:<id{> { ihun iold biiiik no mat» éviir heaid ino ^^e àucb languiigo. Uo asUfd tnw if I did not intend to r«iply. 1 auaworcd no. Ho aaid it would^e tn.'aniig Ilio cliurob with oou-lempt, ii<4 lo do it. i stated ihon, if 1 an-dwcrod, I.liitcvv 1 couUUàOl give aalisfiio-liou without a t<urrondi!r <if an important prinoiplo. Th»?> I nevtr wo»*ld koowliigly do, Bidor llylttnd (latd Elder Broaddua W«» Mouasy, mid he ihoughi be oould wr^ie an «uswor ibul'wuttld bo «atiafactory,'atid aaked fiir pupei;, pen and ink. Ho wrojo a u answer, und opi*u retid irtÿiij^j'Ioidi h un 1 could not consciénciuiifly 0Í¿jnit»>^Elder Rylanii wilt> 1 opine, lenitMifbi-r flonie, ifiioi all th«!80 liico» j thero wore »everal prcsaiH Who are now lining. A <cw dava «fiorward, being in couipany wiib aonio Bajaiste^ifbi» reMduijon wW inóugbi tip, an it was now upoken of aniongrt theinV I w aa earnobtiy l'uqii|aiod to answer i»i if I could not give «ausfaction. | a^iicordiiigly did ao, oo <ho ,iWd April, 18^. Th«n-dèniod f had evor used OMch language, and called for ihí^ au» thor» ; Bul n’ouïe con|d ha found but “W«*> datn runior,',' they bt)liev;«d in hef uiitil 1 would giv’o-ilWin »iuiftfaciiou of iheîr t’tror, X thett    1.0 lîldor B, my viewa of, di  vine inHuenoíí, » lüch ho »»id wo^ild jUe sat-  tifli|Cîtory. ! 1 be rosolovití« was withdraw o.  But l;waa( convinccdiilrotn ci’ fjuinsiancos, another course would bo pur^ued towards me, that would be nfore efl«ctual to their purpose, aiud: that, waa to tuoye the church of which 1 wns ihialor ogAlb«t in«. ' .This was d<^iio, in the moot unrighteoni» innnnèr 0« i then bolnsved, as all ihu mnie ineinbéri» Wwre friiiHiUy lo a reforih but two, who never fo»d a page, that jl ever heard,., of Elder, Caniphell’a wriiuii^. Tins is the; grountl-w«rk of the Kiiig Ätr'Quofn and “Dover BecrMes,’*—tho on«ier»(iaiuling “ by ii»en, who:had rmd,’’ oí lieard »u and so. This ia the midfinço opon which tho discord, and hoiiiíútyhinnU**»ted iby inOsi all ihejjro-fe»atUg »eci«> and their i^iontl»; I WdI ph'vu  buen a &fc to teuch  I Bnpijht  This itìa!  it.  more tiinn twenty jeari»,; itìay bo aaid, he novcr.intehdfid  and all' be irue. B»i 1 w ho havu buen a Bupiisij and ih^Jti a Diswiple, botwcen {iO and 40 your«, il w«^ tb' n, wbon 1 joMiiid ibein, lilinori tho univeranl sonti-tnmlip'of itiu Biipiist» among uB,Vx'cepi Kl di!f Ki-eling, who wn« ihefirstinan I hi-nrd ropudiatu li, which wan up,>varda of iwenty yt nr« pa&t, nt an Awsnciaiian in his dia-couriic. The e waa much wbiapering ond Vrówniog .»inmng hishi'arera, und ai reformation lollowed, with aotne who diacovcrcd tbe unreai40iiábtonesa of siich a a«‘nl|inent, as iveil as it« being utihcrlpturAl aa wa« fcloarl^ priòicn by htin. Mi. Jeier will allow nie, Ui s fncts wbicli w’ill prove he I« niiblaken n(t to this erroir noi;or beifig preachtid or entartained by-his Baptist hreihri‘n. with but one eccepitoli. Let him Vijien •'Sempje/s histofy pfih« B,iptii<(s m Virginia " The' two fir:«t men th« ayunta of the fir.->t existence o| ilio Bitptiria in Virginia «nd North Carolina, waa Sbubal äieiirnüi "and James H<iad. Hciir him :— ‘*iVlr. Slenrns «nd mont oi the ‘ Soparntos,' ban Ktrong fniib iti tho irotne'dinie tea,chinga of the Sinr»t. They be.iexb i that tho o who jiOii¿hi inni earnestly, God often uii>o »’vi* Beta tokens oihis will., Tbatrj^ch imU’ca  ty jiidpB away at its touch ; the tohgn'é of OhitjdbncH IS made eiill, and the eje i^es il» radiïiiico at ibo approach of fever,  •he very aoul heaves and sighs undar its weigfjt.    ■'■'V''.'  The leproBy WR8 visible ihr> ughont tlttt*|rhale pysieni, Thti eufTHti'r could not conct'.al his diseatüe. ‘ It appeared Upi ii -ihfî Íiicí*, the hnnds, ilte head, & ihe tongue WMs ibut with ita luaiHsoii.cne«>a.  Atiiiiype. The saino fcan be i*aid of siti. He Who has alhiwed aio to rül« in the hrst .Btngtj aiiMwtttrtng 10 ibe iepeir, canaio, more hide, ain in ihe «<'cond stagh, ihnn the leper can hide hb di«èa»è, which, fifsi, be^ gan tnvii^iblj% bin iti a short time a»aumed th It Aam^in which tt cnuld not be 'con> cealédi^l^nUflt show itself.' So of ain, ii\ tbo‘l|rst pl.veó it ta mvtetbln, but in the se>< con(fj>lfl£i!^ it ia stumped tipon the face, the hu&d ij^td llanda ; sin is tni^ed with à|l he docs'cannot hidn itself rrotn tho eye of  inent or dOginn of •* Rcgcnoraiion wlth4 •Hit the Woíd.’* And yéi, if tho' líiig-liah lángíiage e!tprü^s<‘a dr trtetiníi ony ihing, il pri^yea ih»i ihe writir, bnd tbe de-nuiiftinatioti to which he helongs, if bis opt-tiioná then ttiid thcr’n expvus»«!d are n sure Qjlpolit ht of theni, do enteríniii thnt very. doginu, sonlimiínt or opinion. Thla gen-ilouiitn, as bis prcIflK provea t«* ns, should be well réad and vereéÜ in ihe wriiings of iho Propheta ánd Aptittles, n» hé I» reputod lo; be one «ftb¿ rnagnnt«8, pillnra nnd supporta' of hU dondniinátion, all (if which afford^ guarantee Pgainst n wiHuI miti dellberote-  inisapprehen ny of tbe K «mptioii^  j or niiíVpptüoehtutíon Kïf a* esis, 0« wf'll Ö9 an' loudéd niitid in tbeirtftu^, ion. ’Jlieab v^oinlse» ad# 6íwhen tfe ftiys iti hia.on^^-  *• I adinit í^io poi»»ibility of rej^i* fíiuoiv prj wojral , goiiorii«ív»iw, with<iirt Km ’ d“? -‘d}in he pOBxibly' riíí'nn tOïlj^ ')hW thé p6ondo seiiiiinant enlled by, 'th<«  e«t»e la iiniiarted lo the ohe he tOuchrs« If tin indiviçiuni ¿orno ih'contiict wirh hia brenth, be, la llöble to Ihll a prey to its pow-pr. Ho '{njùrióus is ihh dÌBea»e| that juat soon as the fìrat or leaM »ttnptom of it. ia !^en, or if a peraon is even iii^péi¿tiBd of hnung. tho diseíaiíe, he is iáíteíf By/ the Priest and shot up front Company. No out vviis to have ahy (hing to do wiib him bui ibü ï*irieftt, who wân uiider iho hnniedt-niB guhrd>ansiiip of God. ‘ No donht,’ file Apostle Paul had ah ej^ó to thia stage of the diatuiBe wbeiv he penned ibe^^^>rd9-~--*'evil comintniictitiòMB oorriipt ¡gtìod inaudefs.’* / Aniliypu. ia ktibwti by all (hinkingi men, that am ia ihe nuiat    thing  binder the aun—that thè’touch, or even the. ishiilation of sin, nlXetMeaulia in the niost tippMllipg eíTrcis I tiiid tliai if ihe “purest of men afflociale with Oí* niak« àiii their daily; oont^iiahin, tbt*y will (kit under ita influ» enee: And noi obly ao, but ninety wicked; mon iiViy exert it greuter ioHudtitie upon ten good metí, thttn ten good men cmi opon; eiiiKty wtoked 'nien; 8t» powerful Is aig.*«-!; h <)ntit>rs hia nature, dbmnratizes hia mind; find atiflea hia «otti. Ofiener la it the ease that one wicked iÈMan rums the morals .of h whole coniinuitity, than ihat one good nifin chrlttiinnii!i*aa tt bole oorhmunity. ‘  4. The le^rosy was’ excecditiiily loath* soiiie to the eye, tbûugh white aa »now.— No illseaá« was n'lore objeciionable to th<^ slghl. 11 caused sbnme in the leper, and the rontempl of the ppnple, bí*oouatí it was  boyiiod a'diuibl, as 1 bu (iMie the Inieiiigoncer I  Ufoinrtoz DEcattft»-—rit will, be iUfd hy' oiar rràdets that in the month'of  vo in my own >r June 10, and l»i  Ño. for July, lb45,) that there reading  men, ' had deceivt-d (ir< Ba|itists« and pbicod th »urd pOttUion. I ehali VHictug every ho.nest  I intetitionntly) tho 3m in “tbe moat »ab-not despair of ct»n-eader in pursuit of  troth nniong iheiii, ot ihe nhovo fact. 1 did iuteòdì'»ever tu iru^uble them again about .litéis errurife ■ ’ ' , 1  Mr. Jeter having denied, that be cvct held the aontimcnt chnirgOd on him, though hia word# i« hi» reader» evidnitiy convey the aentiineht co^nplained ofj ni»t treat him as they hÍHve dono os. Aa you Juaity «»bf*er¥e, *’ho uojght to know hi« own  riae to thB^^how^ng wiiutaaveraions. Jlusuiit' retjuir»?«, that ihoso who pobbsb ¿u accusaoqii^ aliould^tetnake kOown^ lb« ticfen«i' ; uud »ve ahould o^therefore feproOnsétvi's at, hfieriy to rrfus« ttafiperwiptory revest aiuiched fd thè,  „„—----------- ------ - , .    , tol^witi^mi^&Wrom thel^itor of the Milteo'  c^ini«»!^ th* rettiìùttoDf which have given f llarfeinfer.^*  iio^^ o( the divitie ^deu|iure,’^iirfaking of u.onii(t|ired a etrok« of Divme wrath, nt^d  .......n..ri ’ he who had it mnnthe a transgroisprof Itfwl  aiid the iiftVrtni time liad gri^nt 6v.|ii^ ii’inpt fot a violation of .Qod’a law. THe' leper wa» put by htmaelf, out eido oftth»’ ¿fillip. He waa to have nothing to do wfj^h clean persons, except the Prii'si, aa before stMtod, who hud to attend to hitti. -Upon the firat intimai iorr of tho dfaea^' the leper waa lo bo al^'iit if{» fui aeien dnya,'andat tbe etVd of inpvten day* the Prieai iraa to ne#  ■Id.'hé: Äniii|j:U]^‘fi^'"feV^^  th# eéyéntlí daf-agallt':íi«;-\t^ ítoW'ttlI hhojraind'. if'ìthd'aiiiibÉi^^:^^  ^■íí'íhiuy :çh:ith'èi'*>wd-^^iiëii;h  ápread in the akin,, Ihe Prièüt shall |^rh>  : itQUhtíeyi|nív;itn¿)Í0pÍ^'í‘he'^-{ÍW tlién beJSiiijrfitfdcbli^^^^^  brethreilÉ  Aitiity^o. Siti 1#ei¿jcéi»d ißgly^^^ 1^ t^ Ihn. eje bf virtue. .Though; ih eo 1Í8;ítítr^a;ril’;1o0^    ’ÿatlti^WÏÎ^:-in,  other woyd» nil'|i»laufctbMaà?th^« iwih’bf<îOidV -i-If la iridàisd, a dèadty pôiao e^eh itf ils brighiiietiar Jf trul^ it it ihohatèn of dêat ruci io n ; freq if cari iea a bíjau* lil'ul (aci^, while « v(BUoitt’«:8«ii^ is uiide|- itf toijgue. Or like lâhüdl wtll leign to hafe a fdr yt^^ from God, andFaa adoti aa ihB¿f>|)poriuíiíty «liTer    dag|;ei  IÓ ÿimr iioul. Reiïiëtnib<0r judM* kie^fi  ■6. The lepriiify iivna ^VCdriibld by hutiijin frr¿trÍiiitehÍHlífyj nor Vàafhérâ prescribed fur íín cure. None‘^bu't God çonid curé it, atid iHilt fecicd through hia ordinane^. With regard lo its cure :  lët. The rèquisitinna of curt). ;^dV;The:;thiniiB'tobe done.  The 1st was tho ajipMctttidh of bidodv'---Tifi 3d was wtttor. TMie'M^ was the appii-cìifldifor Oih"'"^    ;•    =;•  Int. As to tlio blood. Two aparrowi werd prepared- Some suppose that .Christ bad i refere'ice' 10 this cleansing Whuit lie said* thoi twii aparrowa should ont fall lo tìiègrtìund without the knowledge ol Odd.’*  ' iid, ;^^o the Viatori be was lo wash hia chHlîèa titid btmsRif, and after he had gotten tbrougii tbia part of hi» clàaniing, ho «as clértn.''"';    .'.’-'v  8d. Then    oil. He ia now fit  for the ¿ohjfiriígfftion of Israel.    .  Ahtiiy'pfe. Sili i» incuiitble by man j no huhiuh iii8(fuíhctiTá||ty can ci}re‘ njat^i ofsih. Alen inay ¿óver it over for a tiimV btil Jike a iMden jgitnj^^^ it will alibiv itàélf isoon-ef dr later. God »-fl'ecied thé cure; of ihe l«pr.(íf¿y which baíRed ¡he «kilJ. of physicians ; 80 cnn he effect Vä core of sill, whicb uo cHrihly skill can olfecH li'niiist be doné througli hüÉ^jrtlïnttnréa. Hia ordinances uritlli:. yHM^d. wat«*r ; tind 3d. oil.-l As ill tbeV    leper, so in the die  of^bia 'sthii^T^ 1st. By spriiiklhig of (he Idodd of CJiriM. 2d. B^; wasbitig in bap-lism. èli. By (he oil heiog flpplu>d, tvhich is jhd Holy Spirit.— Ps-.xTv. 7. Thus we see that the leprosy ^ « type of 8ih, and  jlnepinture o| inspiratioji,’^ were above 0^’ imt contrary to, i'ea»on,.iutd by foílowiiig these, still loxiiing in every sir>p, upon ll e )»ninu wiadoiii.itnd jio\t»5rj by which they were fireii auinuted,' itn.‘y wnnid îiipvitably i>u led to the Hccon^yi^hmunt of tho iwu' grenti.objeçts of a Ch^w«ii‘a lilo, tbe glory: of God and the «al^ÍKWn of inPUj”  ting¿* èurely waa í£'><^iriÍHkiníí; of  --------........H    .......V...«.«,” is, ‘•inxtrtíít.’;  Bead,^aniong other», was ahe^-t^fdj^jK'y KUKCoi«6(nl tu Virginia, when h^ ifm bepn to preach,ibe was entirely illiie-role, not kuMwitjig bow lo reiid or write.“— Hia preaching then must of C’burse be wit out tho word, (5jfine#fquently hia hearer^ lieved without the word. He was a perfect emhueiust, Hearhioi:'  " He went to a creek while an apprentice, so m.u«'b svvolbjn thai be could not  ËDa.“, Bein^r much djslreas<*d^s,bo prayed (o lod (o. help hidi over. After a little time, a hor^e that wai feedihg juear at hnnd, au-lualîy Clime to where be was, believing him lo be sent of Providenro, h«i monmed hiih ivithoui fi»dd|fi or bridle. Hé carried him ovfiti lie îthen dismfJiinting, thq horse imtnc-diutely reiiuncd;’' This mon whs, after |i arhihß iVoni bi« wife bow lo read ibe ^ripidrrs, excluded. Tliough the hisi<»ri«fl «îï^,; ‘‘thaï we can Hardi)' fdir a idbmeni hfsjïai^, in plactiig implicit confidence in its 0011»]^^ cdf I tri vii n ce of d i VÌ!*e wisdViyn;~ ihis whs id of his owti flory. of beiiig culled into Virgini« by bi« dreamp. He ^-b» re.Htorèd lifter severKI elToris. ** His la«t words were (turning to a friend -standlilg by,.) do you not see the àiigèls waiting Jíj convey niÿ aoul to glory ?’* We shîill pro* du«;o pvideuco in our next, <bnt‘«otjio Ijvtng now, enterfnincd^ ihis Hb^rd doctrine in pnrt, as weU hs sonio ilihtInive died üiitce ihe comnienr.efnent of the Refdrinaiion.  , Vdiira in ih«3 good hope,  TH.xM. HENLEY.  FOBTIIK |NTBI.l.lOllàîiÇER.  LEPROSY--A TYPE OF SIN.  - Most of iho things apecified in the book of J^^eviiicua have u two-lold meaning. In the (irsi place, it points our the ceremonies and ordiiiiinceí» to bo~performed by the Jewish iistion, and to thei violation ol each one of (hem, is aHixed a pi^nalty. Tu the second pbior, it cOHiaii|ia mainphofs and figures of ihtngsunder|lheChrisiiitn religion, tndeéil, it atiounds in glowiii){ hgnrea of ih>Vt Messinlr which was to come, and the xcheuie he was to inirotince to the world. And though il contnina niany cases fraught wiih meiiniu^' and lnieret>t,*—none slriko^ the miiid of the Biblical siudent with more. lorce, ihan ihe couiontH of the xiti. aod xiv. chapiar.s of thut buok : The) conuiin an account of the leper and the lepróay. ' And Oil accouni of Its Uhonesa tu sin, we propose to show its difl^ni stages and eifecia upon the ^uß'erer; aw also to show'^hat it is a type of sill. X  1. ll is a dÌ!<eaa0 of^the whole syMoffljpii afTottis the body from Ihe head lo the feet;  the very blood is affected by »t, i| ohy^is  in ali the parts (d the f^siehi, there ia^u part ofihtthody tbaf itdOfiirlijil diaordt'r, ||^ very hair of tfafl bead fallslmrey to itsiΠilucnoe;    ~    ^  ilVff ««a that ainPcrtfectN the  vetopfed^;-ih"^he’ cloud» ttiyntntid opinion ai tó^iio viMlonch’ td . ftfta ánd hi* Apoaiiea, wUhoiit Unpwirig 1r^  high cllillthg'in character hna condutit, by kiieping, and obeying ibnf Wo|dtj?aft||i0^ fy in '.Kiiibigtiod *lovó ot ,1^0 bïàth^*î®vi takes them bt^'k aa it wore to firai prlftfel-p|e»i by romiudtng^ th^dl that they Werôifot  its cleansihg a iypB«iof'ih¡^eleanJlíiiif froin sin.    •/^.AINSOE.  whole  51,1  what«  am, ;v-lfle " ht^jtirmiis . srn t« li0^j^°ì*'^fl<reoiéd troni the cr<»w the jMiiea of ihe foot; Hut .ihow^ tho eileoiB trf sin iiheau<  ' ^OR TIÍK ÍN’/StÍ.t0i5NÜB»,  BsoiQfoas:  Vnii^last Inlelligoncer contain» a note friitn Elder J. B. Jisler, ttce§'inpnnying a lifter that ho hud W ritten inore than two :ar9 i'go lo hro. Cohonan, as editor of ihn rii«iian Publinbor. both of which are «v-tly designed to prove that the wriier the denominurion to iWhioh he belongs ofl#«d never did entertain ihe ienti  ^%rue account of tho.j»MÎM* cea of tho Jewa what>..y^^e lirai gospel aui;nw.n v tb%ft-loI\i^ on the word " Uepen^/’^aóa.c posinoti «' For,*' na m.iich ap»^:^ aa on 1^0 word Re up nt,^ and the i Ihc.promisu of the B|iirif. \ .  Now, in iny judgment, the haUji bu .fought on the prapositioti jBad&o, on ibe other, licitna of |í^%a(|a‘ifge, we are well enough .agree, meaning of thia une word»>a mú.(4v4f^|i4|i tltai no ii'ttv'her ahouy.fc«i..with.„« >Mjl^' ficiiil I lew of tbe Aulyed. Tb» RitiiiMrU«'-ly says,    -■'* '  idrnl in Vi  nieaniiu l.uya,  ion, “ in order to i'' la it f'% ^ BIcátflíb  1x1 piace, tho leprosy ja <^;%urld At knowii to it as Moriility, cOntdo« ingioiiar:' if the leper touch any one, ihe %ould over have cjlisied wiibojy God and  ' bis word, asexhib»ted'fo,|M^Mtn;el«tioii^^ iti,..it^sSoiiftrhintiiÈi,n'î»î*.t]^®^  «1^ aa disi I lief a ft I iihg wij^lPan? i>oea he correctly nterpfaf or coin^tvbend  or’G(ifi|i|^'1Ämlnl or't5PÍ»ilah?í:3»;th Aj)08iîè’;;ÿ'fe'ifef'‘ihîhîfîrt|^^  uucb pro|«dflìti'òh iti Ihat chapter or "çpifci e 0« the otto He ìa'. forced lo ppvd hy Elder ;ÿéter .F- " ^t|;P¿tít'"^í íití g-.;  Christiane, and If ihd biiier for wftfil pur* '^iíbíd‘t:^ liei'^H /"»fltta'r^^'bl    lit  thill ivholé seVuonlce (noi n'^pnrt of ^h«t tipi  bciiefilr'* lr||ï|Ftfd‘ib’kM quoted reliefs iô. ’ Be il’ remembered,,]! th ihf - AMÂïfe 'f^tèri'lii '.’Ihf f decrd, ali of ihe Atioaitea în a I of,;theîr ’  WîiitÎe3^"##ii'ih|^V'ÇhHis||à|i|pi^^  'hir^ thé    'MM'" w    >1^  'flñ(^'hM^rpd,:'e^|||Ín 'atflyâtiohV'.'H&v^^^  tititi':Îitli;H]^;lP^  %»h'lfiÍ0ÍMh'#^há^téi^#'ivJftí;h’;^^^  IrÖtn ihosò he laiaddreüsing, when hii 8«ys, ill verse üí!; ’‘'Seeing you have-ptirilled ■ÿoùi^'tóúfrM’óhey »j)lrlt,;hhtb;'diifóígtip^c|  that yè- Ihvtfy'íbi^á?:i^olh^ií  Walker jiive» « Î íhe&(rnieáui>i^|>t po^ìuoJ^ fiivl And ther<», w aif i * ’ tinciiuh bttwei^ this tytii tìfé ' of ihfeh'e^' qWiiea, ^ J('C ‘ ' tjueaniog' Jii »»t:her dlit...  tbe ,rttml«“jw.n of^âtwiAi| »« w prior to.ihtf;Uj.li«ñí  It  and < béttlíí ,r»y ÍÍ'  haa^tft  ht’ft.rt fervently \ (? iioi hi, corruptibib ' blé, by the W o^d ábjdeth foreveri'* vcraes are in on«' the last verse ii t^uoied ti goal of ttli titra nge netibj: iiig' Peter or hiK M ifsior ai and that too by^a learne this geutlenùiti lik^huaia  ) being agajt j but ' " ■ id wbic  blit of Mfcorrupti-ick liveib atfd eae/'t^vo liöußh  ^ hdhïi#^' liresei^chl^l  òtfiérai aoetíi,-  t^y are stluTtepi, or aiive^d, ttjid: will m. tiHlly r^ceived^ il Iptihfui «nio';de;aith. How nionsitfoua io thin|i a probcher^of ílué ilay should use any ¡jortioii of li to cotifirm such à sentence, qxprevaipn. or ' lboiU',ht. ’‘ Me-tbinks he should nyny aa one oí old .vr«« ad-ihohit^bed by ftii A pyall« *,bijl ;■ Mhí» thotighi of thine bean thay hofoigiven ihcc.” ‘VVnh this short note before (hem can any hedituie. to know that bo does boliove (he very doc^* trine, thought or sentiment,w'hich'he. IhéRjr in 80 fliiUy deniea when judgeif by'hw ow'li «impléWhort sentences iitid lisBinion^a, and more than confirmed when Peter ia lîiudê to express Whui ho says, to whom he'spoulta and for whtii purpose. All u'hicb imtior-tatú items bnve l>een timiuod hy thè writer^ Hiid are too conttttutly diar^gardod by iau* dern readers, writers and slioakersjgeneVttl-ly, as welt\aa hearers, hcnco.sii-mueh er^or, mistiñcatiou, misÜJiprebünslon; and , tñ|s-represeniaiíott. , Enough of (hin on lìiai allori sentence and'leiier. Moio anod-on ihai of two yeara* at«inding, abouiiditig tu like errors and iriiarepjeseniatioiis of eucfed writers, by misopprebenslon of. them,'-  ^ihouJbUw  till own liiep ticlè JSif ineao  ■  *»»S  m  ’íjíiipíifl  , -I,.* ^  .uli^li woiUyá»*» ¿i ^litQlìòuary ffiìoiÌB» frôïirjft^ufti^^  '* Hçlwaya^^e .6tid, ifja ^tìtì»^kiHAi^ìH3ìiìiR .cucititi, ŸÎÊÊ^iaê a{idV{]>íHfit 'GVéè'nw f^^Üríbu í eS’|o 7jhe Jol|  Jw|M)^.átíove’ tívó. h^tíití Bui^wnh a iítife woiítípó^* yóq wijl ouaily péídMí*,^ aUfíbñio \o thsjprépjfiiíiiióp'^íbt ftoqjo óiber wmÑ<» j*t‘ it wflfjbo se^tJ%'íjt üítféáe rii^  ii.capftoi; ho    pyfWi  «impily y.l>«eí'iísi|^ rein'emVer, etiuyes» tM it^  ’Hmétcé m hié' tejiitibh b,iií and  ftoui *90. tf( ttnd, h I^lhai;deiscri,^l$f ÍV<e,d^fl,qt|| ojp boÿjif »0  1er    ”  ç,oitqn  III, in urder/Co, for, ibr th#  ìt^ l»ta<Le]|Hi90| giWiâiHÎÂ* tMtw»* -iiVg tiiaìlie '4ih ntcflitini^ in tt«^|iñi^{Hifiá^ «fsojî  ,or for, i. e. ihr Ìhe^pu»|Ki^ of,, lor of, flfir aÄco«iti,of/\i tint I fäp't: * on    ik. ««  opr.«;oiiB|ri»çtiAn aé,,í,íá;!9í î;jypt you miyt ti»%tu, niy- boÿ«,î get, ov«|. coßtnt of i,ba heir»fl!*i. th»V gCKh^ll)., .    -‘W-V  jnd«fd,  meaning of «i« in,the    W  a^iya, >.* in tho  /#!’ >’* Vf here ver ji*    Ä  fit ord«ir.<4,> and *i»ake qia cartaio he add«, J'ÎÇbat if^ of, for ibo,»aku,of«,op,fieopMn.t ’oM * un.acc^ouui «tfj*    *h^  both equal in h*» aago bo bringi ia  tkr inarturioH    ui^o  ihoni." Jiia in    to tji»  elfect to follow^, nói to,whMjh|i|i^pM it} v. wo have it, ,** A«0 lteHoí«4rt*  Oity came out lo (#j») svoUmw,;,-causo they, h^td. »e«i(. hijntf .bm^ m peo bun. Maii.jSl'îT. ‘• And botóhV them thí> poiier^»^fjld» M ta” (♦« iT0J»A««n*) 46al,ihÿ|,h?^: bH  „r  t*  >1. %  0  ried »trunger* Ih tu bftt *««1 Iti Mark I: #**ATh»  for the ren»i»i»ott.,of    op(winM%  ^ rOa Tiie iktbm.iokncbb.  “ EXEGESI& OF ACTS, a ; 3T—40.’*  No. !..    ^ ‘  : lu (lie R. Heritld of ibç JOth of Juné is a docuniont jWiih thé ahoye captiotii wlijch Alr,G:« Î*. Adnih» had ihe hohor of readhig befiíre " tbe BaptiinMinisterial Conforetlco of,.M.«i:yland and District of Ci-lumt^in/* ai iis mpi-ting for Jaùuiiry last. It wnii rend Il second ttihe befpro Iht* Conférence,.»\^j»d alterwàrda reqüêinèd 1er .publication in t^wp Baplisi paperK. Thia-docutneni, thérefbté ha» hot hiily the sunoùoh of Air, but alsobears iho weigbi ofthiil MiiiîmKyl ConjVrent e to which it waa •'«ad ani^y wldchit was reqtiesti'd for pftbiioatîoii.  Il is by ua regartied an an itiicrcsiing pa-per, whaievef yuiy havo augyosiod tho prot prioty ctr n«ce#i»iiy 6f it» publicaiion* We bail H aa a clear èjtpression of ibc ho.nest views tif; its author iind bi» brethien |.n tbe iniiiisiry. It expreano». no iloubi, (|te vi«w« ttf the tnajoriiy of tba Baptist piouihers.-r The aame vie»ia ha'iu beau pnbJishod .often bpfofB, i»y various wriior» in tho H«r«ld.r-Thia proiduciioii, howeirur^ parodies more criticiata thiin ia commuii (ó iho*»« wh'» tro*| on ihaV »«S'i«ûi. i ttirv «jorry to nay Unit iliough there ia a gront rliaplay ofArn)a,t)nd tbe slirill trumpet ia banrd in the dfst'ince, ihare ia ouly a faim »kirmiah on ihe fí«ld td baitl* I Qr. Withoui a figure, \\mq ia « «a? pilai iutçodnçiioo to the ft*»ay, coiitiiîoihg  martian» the ifory nhraae ^ôl^àveitt ihf#»| Mf Acts,. The»» 4vhi^    Jha  tism of iwpontHnpftffi prdefc^ihç^l boeao^o of> remiasion of.aitJu. .’|'hfetii*l,lsor#ftO?«>»  ihe nieaiiing i^f ala, forit-|» Wiitien» thui ih*'ÿ “ «ero all bapiixnd iff him in 3.ofdan, toufttaing ikifir > 0,coiMîa«î,.|beir a»,na w>ero not iewitted hdwra ihity ct^nípanfa Ihem. And heml t«»ki.inerflaittia|^ïiiiii»i I one and' alii can a man, hß«# reiimeiim through Chkiii before he hna ooiifesaed il|o name 6f Christ? , .    r  In Lu|;tt Oí 4, “ tot dô>wrt y.óMr,ot)ia/.í*í a rfrnught» #í# ögMn, tp obiöin a drattghl. Fishermen do not lay ihi^ir n^ta becáu^<a lhi*y biiVe oaughl the Ä»h, but Ho. «Weh them. Ch. 2Ä*. IÖ, ” Thia -do i» ràiaen»-briince of me,in order t<i lemetobersn»»««'^; Ch. 24t SO. 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