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   Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - September 8, 1845, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 «  VOIi. II*  ■wsáim  €l|4Rl.airT£8TIl.iaE:,    MaXOAY^ «ISPTünitEB Sj 1849.  í emíobíjamm.»  •• • Í-Aiíí“.-'-'' 'T * -í ,á—■    i .; .  TEBMSs—1»,- The C«|istuiar iKTtutatkc»«;}* vi««d    T W O l> O L h AR^  T^tolmaciviM  . 8. AH    £v»«ieii»U»tc »uttosfl^ Aisent»,  and lb« Etfllor tequ««t> other« fritndly Ao Uie wotk, tq forward the uatoea of »tibaCrib«i«, aod ''roti^lt'monies.'/'    '  sr 'A^'simiQttiiloaaona niuit fee    to rc*  ¿»iV« ttlietiUon.    I  ii Np dUconttntteO. e»c«pt dt ifae .oplioli of the Edit«!:, till alt arrearage» a» “?,♦  6. Fart Iktoittts alNii authorised <o forttanJ the »1^ ,«if ^ui>^rlbera, and remit d«t*i free bi  IÇ2K* ^^isWiifii.Inierted *TtU* tìtóil rat».  » Attinti«tí lût persoM fuktinf iawJ« for #9l«| wä    U>,tíT||tí«lS6hwto  ^ââ^îsas?^-  S«-  iiühmg tl^tn tn the talanco nf tho world, GH bis t«iiirn to yütghiiii ? It iíi maoifest titat 'iintK imeiidá io lío at hé liad li^rcira rfonéV i», pfojw^    offb?iB¡%  «lung»:«f®n iHirl^he^ltimate.¿ivwion..c^^ body pf    r^f |0 lie^nvhes ihe  sifoiig^|«( inít’ljeci»xi»iífcí¿ ^  <$uss tho íiBroB ífub|ef!t# iM«l    lPaíuí|lfe  dchíiie, Ké |ÍEÍr«etf iiiilof wy ** Jjrftcti-  r>iil bfin‘i>ftt*' »%'tl rfii}''niit'*‘'i>flect eithür tiii  I*# Ìk>ioui^ PiilMiri ¿Om ^  AtìiiÌ5|ll, 1845.  ».1^09»; .    . ; : : \, , ,  {'rìBceuiiy visited JEttò^ni I ' iui««(l    tt|oso wi|qh  Ittiown «8 iTi« frìond» of Dr, ìM ^w»»S theret>y léarìacrf, Ih?» 'in tome i^spd^ì«^ minila, of some' of  jsUhcrfrvm  > tÀur«l|^tè^ìij»^ibiù sf a jnw^noeptino.or 'tne.n«t« iti    hivé.,^ntern.nnftO to  '.)a«ykÌÌ^4 tl^rQiij[1) ìpur «»celIiBttt periòdic«!, a it lo fiieìr i* «o«im y«t,un».bl9 io  kç' »^Tç.«  Él»pétói«4«v'Ì!nÉ  jreßif.Ä’«o<l| p injbl« «»Äriil à^d  Sifcìtoftd. : Aiir wo.iruìti tbai  |Ì. Ruriiy «J§«^t|oii jviti wfiicK itm»,  uM|t,tiipk #,ith *11 ijñ¿lc Í.Ó tíío clí»ry  HiiaWulj- Ì>»h«f., : .  uF the eoa II-M Ú the h«-tory «iltó.    ^r \)xe laat/eiv,je,w,  ?<ffn 'for i Sne oí d^t« |ÿp>, íi» atä^iofB.  .......' •:)»'  cal benefit“ alid did not »‘ eflecl either tho faith or 1^0 liòpe of! the Christian and declàràa that the 4t«i^v«ry niade^bjr liini-auif; «‘hick ‘fdeprtt<b^ the aoirtiai tnan of hia proteodgd immoriaiity, and Jplacéft him on iti» trueTe^l with nil the oiber - iudivid-o«l» of the aotmal kjngitoin,’* can be iraii* aedndcd, til magnitude,-by noAeia.Bde iiince the^durk : and ^ oSinns ; ibat dtaeuvery ÁÚ be *’ the?t«fy piih^: wartow and iáitteaa, of jthé one hope of tho Oi»pei of JèèuH C^jrtsl.*' lAnd . haViiig, nfttoraUy enw^bt inajiaified the |^reaiite<niiïf A% çünd^côr.  tfneptur^ra«. iVvt^ito dò; for ^r «wuxi^i>#ìnìr;'he, »n. tb^tb'jNu. pf bit lo«e»ti|^órj for 1843, dm>iiii|W ibé jeiimmonities:4)f tho vBaptislii^ Cbristilits. end Mormohtj, Ac.e., íió be «like in B«byl(*ri, «od then inaliesi diree(«p-peal to Uioüe Wira (in !b1a |iidgéneni) b«rt iòbeyeditho trufb, io 'K»tf(»r«ie^'j^ém»eJi«8 íh«n thjtf BMi|ftes^fi*iiwatÍotf 1T Of coowé it-i» ftir^o ioieri j[lf wo #¿re left encé) ibat be hai doiñ. jèbat htfàdviaèa oiberait«* do, ibiijtìh>, «'»opamtwl’f ibyintetr frbi»^:'ubi« refo^i^ition,’* A^d iy in thè name ;^per he deetarelT btoiñ sick-of tbe in^^retieé and iieo^iiìiàa of JRf^rnteriii^Mhat #ttb him “ aéfiviiki^n^* la a rîtiOi» «t tbia er^ai ' And tiow be ìétvetjt ¿ro>aaii>ff ibe Rubà«ohi add marébiiiÿyiowia Upon i!Ì¥ p^àêé: lifiilly U«d iitira body. Alidn« U¿{(«r, by tbiá aci%fì^iàl^ tión, wliuii ib eroMéd^tbe^H«r«| ‘Rttbiboiit ìli hia ìnarcU tipoft the Uiràé and liberiiea éf hit) couiitrytheni ftirieitod bwl^iiii^nsri!» in «ho oommonweàitb of^^Kun« ; '801^'tbii Ofiii-iiU'fal-Cœaar,' i(ihe Duttor,'^ %b»n iin| cfòcaéd. Ihe ««o.lìverai Rubicon, t fvrfeltlil bill eitìteiiffitip aa* niembet of^vibia ^JBSéî .fonnji^on*" And btiimtg.tbtf|pi«iéh«d ^ oiber>ai<l^« ^f *b>8‘ noin>1^»1  SCI»‘tip.fnr‘ lu Aiiìfttèt o#i^be^fnia he pulìlwh# thiii Chatiea oboroK; 9 ñiemtítfrarí'' But n'ciì; r«ftetrinif iuy tasc»ti^ìm$ fe itn^feAu-lycseiift»« intituled cbófob. ifrom.itfie' b«^ldi’ber'tliy OjO»i jNBÀr, <lMhìnk • if #ka’vni|$l8, front î»cni<irÿ) màfceà an^teBr/^inroiií^ ^ eiif i«n tbé^ irne boni soiu- of Ihd kingdom,^ tu; iteparato frot»ib^‘’bòdyji "Hitf aayé : “ are thoae th^V *ltf-isateHti|r 4«'lite Baptiatut Ntfne^iii l5lH'p4^iir,'A. Oam^ W’. Ooèf^'iÉ. L.» Coltri Iniànri^ Co.!^ lffr|Ìont^iuea:*lel{)ii>)n co»-; Me'Wiib ibttf ^^hdftin toeMtfftt.  not recognize hioi ai^d bis aa btellujdn Wilt you .pmifi in a conrae, «rbicb liiuai of necesfiiy iiUimate in your exeluàioii 0‘bm. that body ? J fay of neoéaaìty. ^r it Ì4 Imposaible in ibe nniiire orthlniisltò fra* terniì&e, both with the body ^iuffinr. and with the metnber èxcfudféct. ir you ieliow* ahtp thè excittdt^d uierabér, you ^‘ipati^ fac* by that very act,- non*>fotk>W8hip the body^xeludiog him. And eny tfoti breih-reoi liiat jthe preiienl actiou of tb^ body im prematui«. Three long year» of bitter t>iri{e have preyied upon^ the viiols' of 1^ of reformirtibn, aihce thia ‘call baa made upon yoii t’o divide^ Ajreiaify there ta cr«inapiriiey in the Catnp-^aiready open tébeilion esiaie in t)ie amyM*atready a ^aeparai^’ body baa been organi^d iUr'your midai*, Apd can it Jb« tooiaooii io take ac> lion to «rt«9t ua prt^fièaa ? In lomporsil tbinga, vrmtild you wait; till ci)tniipira«y ba^ ripened int(>^<M|teb reMlion? Certainty  year« «1^, the jifan, which ^had been eon-còclinl for aetera! yeara pfetriotia, ii^àB'at length» tnatured and published to the world <^ihettjmd«il^ of ééparaltm** be^ietf tip* b.n tbb tmilllnienta of St. Cbarlea ; lite flag of rebelicoti^ciffe^d toiloat upon the breeae in tbeiirèalvnd té|he eaat.; while the jUaatà of the trumpet, " loud and long,” nrof0 beard through the length and breadth of ,tbo laiid, Botiniliiig fortb : '• let iho Irué bf«9t tmiifiiif tbif/Mni^^ cower wai of «hi#  f ^ »»?cH  into ^hsIBaptiaia ranka from which , they teeTil^    yet pròMrly^bbtongÌ'^  ina -€àfi?IVÌefli#^tin>‘1iò»n to^take ìtetion ^WloiAd yoi»«K^ tra wait tttt oqrU:hitna $sm «t«e«id? j«|fKW «u^nbi^d àitd)€oòt> «iidstbiM bèg for mefcy at the fe^t of Jtim Who^hàa my bsir^tii» .ffyini>mhM»,„4«iib Hm^-deeplif  - jauaiein i.^ re. Obnot;! iruat yjff#  ------- _.™ —.....'ib'e n^cWaaltV of'iipfee«M'  ^%«fioWt-aiid ir WBÀff mi Wf ìMai»“u^rìiV5^  'faHi ftr    Jllfi ‘«h%H-'t uftìM-illiiftliHÌk  eiiie4i?-5a!ytjfi«tlt«<«la# of ihè kin^. iu>' muii ib^isvpnriteù^ftùai 4li€bfl^y^4f>ÌÌ'^ì»t#/(ime})f.an49«o^ icbianh i Ai»A ; fin!»ipbef .:V^^  i»9 <«f»n w »s«  inetnbera to witmToId liia. optniona, and bel lllÌT!;^?l{f lli^riàlleì^ prncWtti' tÌré^^ ftoHr thtf bpiii3%p«,*;Hy ia àèa^e^h't)iiiìàdéà^ not folr bie biitiHibWir,' bUI'^r bìa’otMtinirey« Bie Mtin noi bear'tbè<4ÌI%ut«b7 Will ^yo®,i dear brethren, re&iae to b^ar voice, biiptb! of: ibe.cbufeby Mitid c4'^tienu'nityi ttnd'^tniii th%Aiac6fi;b<>>^<} of beo«miiitfaa.i(èalheai  («di  /•  e i^aiïiâ«  buti fojr;iuoiit»ly lbr.|he caua^ or^f»? ittotti Jlte debelé occur«>/mâneiïf arò kl .atrt]i^añt|LdiaCord «î^o Ihr “.veatijii.éíiáiíta wó obiMii iitne  ^|.^{siii§n, «a,ip s^l^o,.«^«rft:the:, Jnï».ài^riÎP*’t?> ,ibo, <jiwr«pati,t iliey i^.l^i)y■ wbifî^ jtb« ,f«coiiciliji(i»Uii^op thiaii ;M:aa,i^ftjcjl,    fc»: 4"*'^  queation» w¿1l i)ba^/>^y| matte^ to ba jn a ùut.àbeHl %W.lR|a^;^cca*iou fif ibai  By H-boià jaaa the olTtfOcp  |iM9«9ieil:Íti tbf propai^auo9.4#‘i^t|ifi  rtjii'reliiitpft' j¡p the m«i;t8Ut«:oimai»v  |auW«ciión «f ,4b^ de^d JaM t^f fitial »y tlie .ytçîtiid. h>;w*a.iba pro?  ibtpgii oj»?nette|  » fif .tbe>^c>ifmatto içudeticy. B«-\«^U<ÍfP Ott^|,.re<^»cili*!Ío» í-io iakp  rl«^,Di4 iMO|aHeplaet.al Pamevill«? .jdidft^ InVéfM^if. veeoncUiatioil who ílO. iy!<sHt ;,Tbe o^feiider. pid ttie  ..niia'oiui« ? • íHo did:^J<>r  p,ttr«^;ji^Jt^|»wpagat« tbaie^c^  «íav)>;  iiy«n .««bH#ï t^,^|b|f.u|i|l»jlCÙliÿPr. jfob{p.*rbom|iaf i^:A« ClaiMba^Ur Iba jnoat  til« ioJ%ni(«4¿ fcab^pçtrlaip . tii«tliren to> aiyt . wliat y^ .propoáedioif;i[i. Thomaa íir#íi» torecónciliatinn^- íteiá;al* tll^t mutual explanationa lt«ok p||<|Bi .    lifter tbO)«df  fn^iq.di90uUy« ButjPei-' '    nbr theae «ubw-  %t *11 effect íbe ccpíe-i^^’p0»p#ri><ia:mM*,ÍmtiMea‘tjbA  lítóa «ovenÁnt benra daJb» r lSj^iand    18^  ih«i«a(terblil‘e find ib» í Biehififtpd^ Obii^ lm«omjpany >with *Ilibf)>i«aliat»í^^««% pfOfi^iing lift^^e|tflaiyA«lid «eliiamati« liew«, in a |úbti«,;|fti«ita‘tib»Wtfo^aoimt ajs he re« torna lo .Virghi«» he publiabea ihemKv tbe  and d«<^ar«* bç  r,MV#°mab‘or’b]é, gr^pd; aliho*  iMÜ!fnlétie«lí banafifti faii^^i<<^niMaatmlbtt-c ^ í VAfcd irómlf <fóvwiH‘íii«i éiien^i tow s|iiíni«lf-I^Wdéi^iSíS  » l!|iuat:ti»i^ i/laif pimp fbrt.tltj»y «OGud-be mtarepreac^nied« \W^é9ÍmM*^tí9eim^^^    what  Mm  )0b>6tïob  »he'aU^j lénjWtWl •bia miti  mi  trom which level oi ontroi tnortaiin Qo>pel elevates hiiii to *' 'ùóit’tiké iiAi ti«^, whetlher this 'ii’4he 'Very pith, rn# andTaineaa oftlit^<^«p«K^^Tnla,  ato#7bmiik#.«ttplll^ ^ cUitn à7|l|bVaw4S^tiimiak^^^  Hè a!ao' âwlan» tiie ptiiieiPia*'c6nfain’rï, in bta êÿ: ChaV{ea «hé^i w«ro intiiifded fur that tifewly «ettled régioUj 'but tliat he did nórintènd to insist oa theM betó^tá Virginiai “ Whil then must be Ibe traie is-, ^e hurc? It-ii'Whether ’ bis aforesaitf'dis* fiovery,;whit|b deprives man ofbla pi^tend* ed intmorlaUij^ and plaOiifs him ón'f bitf^tra« leVel wiiii'thc brutes- reptiles, inse¿ta; d¿t;.^í firom^ which leVel of 6«ifof' tnonáliif thè  • ■ . • * «.....“tìijrf-iiiié' irftniop*  Btari* wilil  itK enttcotnitaOfft, wiáé the V    tb|>  PautèriliePtfbaie, and iHis.i|4^«i«tiU ob ih^ troc'Issue ;tiow. An^, if md^etf; it baa frown in imagfitiude, aiuejà'«Kitr debate^ iòm a thing of ** nò practical beuefil," ‘^ef-feeling tn‘ither tHejfniih nor thé hopè ofti^e ëbri^tînii'* up to the grind and ihii{)risitig jub^i^ aod.atxe bf .lhe niost ;]iranicenda^i di«*c’civcry '«ince thé dark a^a- ibe very piih, roàrrow and Tatneaa.òf tfie Gospel. it< Vrâll deserves tobe the irue iaauenn tho present crisis. ^ Sut, Brethren, la th'ere.aiiy ncc^^sKy* for ,’two bndieèrî In what arc they to dt^’er ^ Tbéy boih preach to the sinner iaiih, re(i«nience and baptism for tbe rem)«ÍFÍon of atns ; tliey both" téñch*the Christian tó aiiaàid Weekly to tbe’^AbVi^ííi «Toctrin<«, éh'e ' fetlowchîp, t|»¿ briskfi^ -bf bre^d and 'tbe Mfiiyera. PóVs.’ibe'i^t^ifcl« íy'bf unothor body, growTbui'òf tHe' #ïai tion : ^bó éht.H decide thè Validity 'of ba|j>; lÍain-~sbaU thé «hureb or sbh'll the iAdtvid^ ual? Tbe IfidiHduai músf^ fiiiatly decide' hia own case.* ! ForìnilÌffi^^ lft#irtiomrà fifom Ùi'â'BtmlÎàT8«~the.    «afa ydtí  must bo ér-iinMcrM>d«^heVc¿mpH^^ paasei off-^hé learóííi: to^^ M    òt  UIC tA)^óAt^s, Witb    l^ibpb»’  iéni^';iaWistu1b4^ mdiaJotïf ^ 6hur¿k refùse bi«n a * * ^ ^ ^ eeYiatiity not.. He on'n'case« ‘ Tbìa tbéb bie jrrt'uittd W the ektl mad^i^pon.ibia^r#', ff*ymati(íi¡r^ to'achifmttiie. ^|[f tìieit jtbli’jSi-dessìty; ùf âiïotbér, b^;¡r,^’e^ist|^''By^filí,;Jí' must ^ujrlìt for fràmm oiher i^Ìurce.  ^n?y otbàr sour^cf^i^m. .wVich'suc^ liecfSsh^ean |>o ; iiÌfeÌT^ tìiat, d jtóqTery Ueliire wiW|Ì tó. l^hìéfedf nri?^^ inìto"’ óf  ^    “^r-f  lÒB^and niii^l^n». ì;  iTiléer^g'^eafi law«» lïl’'tP' ^  ^jA^f«btfreh, iff ber ptiMi^í,^^i»i««d elate« can }3y;n(icjaía»’«n^y^tniblu^«j»n till her reorganiaiation under the pmon»! reign of Meiiifab<^tb9 v*ri( groittid>.A|M^* od ny my Mt;|man am^on.iat,4n‘;Df4|ii^^ tie, iQst winter^ ^itb ibia ^i|Ter9n.cé tjp^am* bleton, the Mormoti tefem4^^^<>Í*^f9*'t<^ sáiión to loe; SmiibV when[* be cali ; the Dbbtbr' 'néfi^lrs it to the Messia, wftiid be ibal) '^soiitev But^l ktm peratfiidid ibÉfyou W«tb1d aa* «o«n b«Heve,’ tiial we aba I b* til* ^imatelyni^éì. by tb« eid »f nte8merti|fqii^iid> only to put a man to sleep/opitn biá‘^de\ tako titere&oiii e rib ; b&t alio* lo oiose up Ithf place iigain,;w^ih<ittt ,^irc ur acar, and cif Jhat fib    a lac|i; of juat/^tíb A  ji^(|d ,andi^<)rrai»^^^^^ would have tbein t* ^e r as to ri^ceiveijàs.true^ ll^ts, wild and àbr surd conceit'of the OocturTs‘prolific Tancy.^ Ah me I li ^cahoor bn, that the'king baa* a^ndòriìé^'hii eburdi tb 'ceei^ tpüMiofdûi^ frli»yilké' ihó pilot àt âè who abaniion# tbie «hipi in the jiturm, and ïeave»' her wiiir-blit ^dder^F ooihpaas, to bb> vi^reeked u}^ on twbait«ert ri>bk« the wind' and tbeTiUdi, may «ha«îe ittídriífcíher. Ob' no:i>^^asut,ij|^ our pilot, 1^. if    At. I he bslm iQ%tb«|  snip o( ZipiD^b^    iImi storm ia  hushed.inio a pajini ; he^coiiiinqnds and ^h# ridea aiifeî| i^tq iho bnveri of eternal lifol Shout, <Pv ^ii)i'i Y Jc^ùs Tii)|rn8, he roigh)! vittôHouâ, heiiveh aiid eavth most '»bá ribns    •* He^ abà|  reign, till all enemies are párunder h» «CHo#y^b Cbd und ihe L^mb iha^rç deemed us. Amen &nd .Amen«'‘ > UH. Yours, witb all Cbrisliau esteem,  ' ■ '.....A."B. WALTftAI^,:f  |m'än, Vdd^jlbiii itor oratrife’ Ijid i  Î • -r-u    '  Hipwe—rew'ivef aqd |^ifrn,i,?es,j« UoHT*« iTisy harc ííeett —,^    ..—.ircm the i^Qt body of tl^ ReAirmaVibn ;,  fhadow of cj(eusè 6*n' Iw lirgiitj forCpub-i nnd^ w^ «tifl cbrnplaio» (bat the body doep  rOR tKtt fNTKtXtOlKCBH.  Bttkovyi miì^higtàt, «a, 184«.  0«O5rit*aiOo-iar «1- " ■    7-  : tJilkju-Sir^The Elder^lkip ofa (^burch ^ùld consist of men of. prudence, of; „|»|tienc*i of great symifatby» and iià.aboh, of men,.deeply iinbued-with thè spirH «f Chriai. The Aposilè Paul, in b» ad^ffaa lo tbe Eliderà of tho cbiirch of fi» pbtistis, (ActaSCf) presenià bia cause ai» «*be  wonby of imiiation, and thw^^bowa iis ihn- ^nd could they not forgive. If jnof¿ h^w  «î^p intcmst bejjibit in liie M^ of hia btetnren,—“ Therefore, watch a^ reinem« bi#liliii for ibò ilpade brthzeb'^  ^ npt to warttt; ev«|ry one, njsht and day witb tears.’* If the Elders w^very .con»* gfegation, iWbutd l^illbw Paiii's example, a differertt^State of ibinga would we ^(old f It tfl not possible f(Vtb6 most etn> fliatttiy qiiaitfied/^denbtp, lo 'etnbraco in ¿ub4ip ministràiionst jnatn^tions auUi>! ‘** jftie varied wania,«^^Bdit««»l|*f  0 tbeíí duty, they- *‘ mbst; wai^ih fbr tb^f ooulS’ti^i^ose who shalf gtve ^n eccounl.’' , They^^nirt know the unruly and warn them —im^feeble hearted iand support ibem.»«»  mustiwt tbe erring aright in.tho api> rjit cC>m9ekneaa and be ever.r^ady to **w«f>p witljf ibo(|>e,.that.weep. and to, rejoice wi^b ibott tjbut reiuioe.*' The Anostle ureseuts  iiieiMiwys (Ihe Church kneeling); ibatr tbey «tancn.. as ia hu  (U|ghi be brought to see iibeirisrtor and re«    -------  lufii to ih^ JLord. The prayer was irul|(;af*,  ^tingtand icailed to miud tbo plendingijof A|oses apd Daniel. There w^s not il^ dtjr. lyo ,in ihQ. house. No sooner was ih* ci^* j^e«ation senteil, th.m C> and 1>. spontatie*’ ouiUy aro)<e and embraced each oil|«r; mu*' tuaily acknowledging ihj^fautia and bea* ge^ilie foirglveness bf tm^i^bt«m^fplrJ^l^<  .Mlntl^ejM ^b«m,.anar ««ti^iiaaed^ . ______  tbren whose hearts. werttWrungi^tvitba^uisb ' " npw-wep^,,for 3<>y*~a house of^motiriQnuff waaturnedlto rgoicing» ».The imppy.teauii  eejpJt'aiidj.hepiem-t 'âmôf ^è"tb irttìi«'* t[o  >i f «n"'ä'Al    ™.îX4 '''i ,  , áWd tlá*^ bèad. " If oW'stì0b||ÌB)} *«rtie iinteiliëiv hobor and hapJSftbékabf 4h«ibb«,* ia ithit of/ib« whole. If otie^m* bt^^«0Vfmd^ Avbit fudu and aufféringdoea át^ it J5^;J9«an8; W}lil»e,r6iip.i|ed A«<« weftfUih.ji^#,laimty, And jM« bod^ ?«»%    ^8 M  *»yn»Ähy«flXiaimif èeiwee*» n ar  nt.i „  the Apostle mnkès ?.use    ffiid fbtljr ifCftirbWintft thoiKifi-  mAM>«t|ffiiiirÿ3aiBdfsymn«af9v^l£obi!^  ^ j&Äd|K>f»Öbjtil|t5 i<tbeft^^jßb>^bö^«ojBii  V...ÎÏ    ....  llÄÄiiÄ  of Ite^bií&iiatfbn. ' I'l^t meni^b^ nr i^UiMittosiÑi^''what 'I- meatt. -1;<n «fjilNibeiifetbi«ftiit<*>i>«^ had« áfiost: de%btjitl.'iaee|i()g^'broj A* delivered 8n;4x>‘’ cel|o|^„d,»gonr»!9 m . fendiBicsi. 0f Cis^Veve^X.|lt9«^. aeeínedi to bó. warmDd  measure tb iVe.nài^nner in which itMva8r«tì^ tended >o^The pafties were.wc^inciled*» ih0 chu.rch made io re]QÌee,iand t^ world tcf si|o Ihe power ot the gosM), .and itbiis gopd brought out r>|[ «vih . Who ioait fell the power of sympkhv, !. Paul could«faèe deathi |)at:when^ bfi brethren!?fell «inalris nec^ sorrowing ibat )hey ehouid secchia la^ IIP more,, bet)xclaims,,^i~Wbat,t«g<f*AHMio WiOpp and break inyiieÉ|tt»*?r« l^bi«Vit.iio transgressor, it mailer» „^fi^ow greHi«4int (b«s « c^aim upt^o ottr<sya|pihyif>^ Jesué^^pi pver ^pr^salpt«- ; .May ailitbe breihreaJilibs« ses^thfi spirit of Christ àté^ niaoifeai' it^bn  9lt.-40tf!.p^8lon8, ; ' r i ^ !*/>} ai -ih  ;),.,){;UUT8 in b»pe, «if- ^, n -  ^iBub. Gbàs',«4t bave jiiW rocini on ibis PaMy'‘Âaît^oH'niiÿ‘wÎj^’u(»'fii^  ii^iiidiipbdr^f Mount Vériioñ» ib  te»^-^ thiilfi^i.  Heiif)c»eG»i^f««K>ifn'^ ber%64^',fiN«i^ bad «tmoiC lost^cr  . bearingi,/\inl|li«ifii«^  ^4dRPet»,b#N»fSM>i9^^ bor wlO|i||njBitr 'erciseof ibat org»n^bi|, wl^cl|,|pitH i^niea. She bad had occasional conversations wiib the 5treibreft-4nf lbat^ vicinity.- Air-. |ome months, yet she had netfer heard the.proc* iliffiiif)|!%bt ili||#d(8l8el,' till'the Evening IbVfore bef^Bijlw^ti'^tbi''likeness of her laiifd% dittitlg Shb^<i!d^tfte in eonversation/ »bb%gl^twa3W    to^^b^ ©«‘3,  80^^ it c»bld^«^^ ^bis^'WiU; bbi'tlwt |^di«d^«»terbieen:«nUghiefte4 nn t|N> f    Afftfr  of con^Wto, a?bicb sbe^^bad %e»>re iieen a stranger. *'May ibe g^ itain her in h»*r declining ye»ri»i^Hiitf 1miV|f ilicr, and alL~ih&.icdcemed ot tbeXord, to that rent which remain# for tbe people of  Avs B; WALTHAtL.  Good nftturris tbe verynir^f-a good mind; (he sigh of a large and generous squi, apd the peculiar soil in wlijcb rirtilc proipcrs  iÍ.iétíifiü'’tfiiát’tí^o. B. hnil; heed i”à^ëÎtÿoiM^4bat ^ínf d^^'ei^  festa no penitente««; ìÀSomnd by <«n Apbitle,' tbat'.^^ no •lü ».diali ioWii' tbe Únjg^dom oTOodr' tj|i9r«forei we ,«0ni(ider;;bro. .no., longer «igWiUf lHi?«ifidepM,afidf«IU»wVrti^ òftlie¿ ilj^f^teii Motìl.he    lj[ìs life, and ..aç-’  Knowledges his sins .and farther, a^ds,' *^Tbèìre aré »jHon hqrá ,who must reform; ^be'ciit o’flr,fìro{p thé churcbi we must elcr jHito'iihiHtandiurd bi Christiian cbaractéìrl^ Itte theài picktid np his Hymn book and laid, v4it ba ling on page T3, ' '  •To Hbn wlio did salvation brirfg.  Wake every tuneftti heart and sing/ ka.  The Mdér*a mpaibicf^s were cxclíed but bé was striving lb conceal ihein. "Was there nnt'culpamlity btnre, not for ibe thing dblie, but the ibWiiiler of doing it? ' Wns thia case attended'to in tt‘ manner tu refiirin the man for benefit^ the church ? Where ifreru thbse feeiiiiga pf sympathy which ;iiL^òuld luve been inaniffistod on eucb an b.cxasiuñ? Why did not the Elder give vent to his feelings and: we.eplover this un* fortut|ato brother ? The occasioiKiitied for ft, ii isboulif hará been an hour of huniilia* lion aftd prayer. To <iit a man off^ from the bod|il[‘of Christ, to'deliver him over to Satan is one of thn most awful of sentences and sec'ind in-importance, and solemnity to ij|e:fiinnl-sentence of the last day. Aiul if he wiilituro from the. Lord let him go but|ied in the tonis of bis ^etbren. A child wbuid hnt have been eepnrated frumthedo* thebiio jiiircle witb the'manifestation of as little ieèitrig: and certainly the chords iwhteh 1»ind%<$ari id¡ heart in the church of t^brisl are as siroitg nnd saered as those of lim-.ta^ity« In the above ease, neither the individual nor the church waa much benellt ted, because,ofabe. manner. Tbe song w aa mQ»^,inanpr(|pn||tc>, ^ not.known the ;£||erll snótíld ji'ivc tfiougbt that he wasinr disrnaiit at.the injii>y' dn% the caiise of  ; -rrïôiiâ't ï« fcsfi T  . K  m  -i  ■ri ill-  bgtiimi^ !7nrtst ai  ibd fçlt It to b'e‘ his ‘ duty to a venge it and see jbstice done tbé 'tiiìisgTessor, at> sotó thlrtaren'Witese'Avbb were begintiit atray I cbtild^tiof ^exactly (eel <a» if^ali  in fiiultsnnd Kave judgei^^^    fimi.fanlt. has eaiifebtami^  lives. The KUlership ba#adinon shed ated ror in spelling Kteer ©lack'i^ emreaipd them to be rfConeiM, biDslMli nill no| listen to as, we^b ive done nil wifc san .1}» àave them we j||e now. -compelled separat« them from tbe B,pdy. He ibpu turned to G. and D., whtj)were pr^pt/ind f ntreated «bem in |eata to. be .^i^nc(iledr «finding Uiem of wtipt Chrjft ^iad dtHMI |ir them, bow much be bad forgiyett il»oii»  pould ibey expect to o5 forgiw'n.’* Ifft  of this co^ must bo aitin^ted in graati    A^aîn;’; ■  r 1 ^  iS'i-sK’  itöi-  *,i  Piñ ífí  7-'’ ■ '  ■I*    |S^Y»iV'í-AiiíÍ>r5.'*í Ϋï4'a.il Vf  .“•Ä  ^^ands û#| !ii^  thé 3«d, in iwbiclt IUid^«béti;^ta#i«»#r«> sigb« :in putiing 'Nwel^td« WÎMi«r,>|ibi^U cfittbfcncHi ’MleiiitionaHy &|y0«âtà4H4t. Cilark*^  «Xttacts lheii!lrtltndi^4(n{«HpiiglÀ{d| ^4 prititffir ba^»«nadi -inK'Wi$Ue^CVá^á And Ibis cièenniatan^ üM»«^ited^4bK lowing iifueiid»^ft«iifv 41isnley ià abottt aa nearjnn^'in^f"  weeks ago in ih« ^ntelli}!éít¿«r, a commnnicatÍn»alil)itf ]^‘ÿi^va; seriioW in thi^lt«í»8|d<'~^ ,|Io#í <i«s8 of tim ctMnÉtOiiitatiobit^ _  ^$protpd ¿y aWffücitÿ buli^ttl BfH^ibídlIÑf«^ ' #riw ibaVi^fa^la^itearifígbi^'^íl ineiitfbbn^Htlfjir    r '  i'  0|ÍKrdiir,^.t li wU|T JtiW 4N(«NMyi^'^’tbÿSttm waa- ndle^editid by  p«gé 1^'^: It iH]  imtú ^ ICefitätskW.^^ ^áüste^!«dir^'^€l^>r  iiim.i^j  itum-  ree#tK^th«: Itili TiwidlfAt prnnbim<lflÉ«fib&)ñtaf  let a#CÍ^;  ’pdsb    < tm  that mrór‘«im ritttcfi  ftñd^ esmiimi# diferí  lédttc^al^^lll^nif^í  tS »  6dfi4!^' 1  .■SU> aí fl^Srfl?  WÌMÌ4 ft íñ SflRÍ*’  nfi    mA ^0$  t*tinftpwf.1ii  guìUèd, by 4b^ttiJíiií©i%ib|e,J.inn5^^ íí/ed «in^4»iîg>iy.on,«f5Ci»î^^li|i/Çç, '  W$arirr*W«hí^^ drñttk^ «    .  gíT«W^»  then,land .ànd beq(^pia^l)i|goipd,»t.«ìi§|l ther lo bq,wil}ing> ,to be^r ,thf¡Pbte»p«je.a' pro|icher of ifie ;Qospp|,|XMl|olt poMÌbljr  . „..MI  sc^f^ÿ^êet " JIP ‘ .a»i'8iàin'4heî^Âf8iÎÎiîÿwl§ÂJ psçfl^o^^^jtnèsses^^j  to ad  been ï doiiq iniUovepw^ft =^eroindedî sn.mo un*rì!i9£p*»l^ts;iwho w compeiled to ç^j^cj on%c|ii|d' .WfluJd lanr;  *fc!f    «ill  wMiMdiMrby Ithfjtn, and if.not pun^Jj», »e-v«re)V!^rcafen. tbe rest.,    in the  ifiUiil? a ill trt^liie ' éliurcìi élibuíd be the off* ëprïnàfof Itívé^iKé’^'; biily i« ii Bcnefiqiàî. ,‘» W to tbî^iid¥bvë^-bé chatítises.» i ''BtflP4b«t1»te^'^aÌ.,^'Tfiè<«btrreh‘'tìlii--i^^ tisi an «fficÍ8int Eld»rsbip¿.ibey feel their i-e^ sp«naibilil^-^ibey.bhve the houi%of Clirisl »ndràliÉ?«aii4^ t^upR^    heart. • They  are ^cg»iiii»tfed «Hb;tN^»*‘»^»tuftl IteaUb e-VefJíjneipl%erflP.#r^tbeir«íe»^    are  bupugrtitd. ihe.dfipw^^^^    in  ri?|tli|y Aey dischy^^C the dutjCf of thçiir office.' :T.bey haw no prcacber pn.*|, .ppóá-siHnáuy and'arò‘jncreaBÌóg Wii inflièiitèeV Whîriro'ab, ’ examptb ‘ tb áil *ibè bh^bèiHB|it*iÀtHivf»ba^ahàingiheil^w Iblin^ii/^t ^i&cblù •'8080 bètween i wb ' of ihe bsrètb»«*!#'1 ^Afìiar bro^ L. (who liad an ’appoiniuieiit'f/ilr tbnl day) hM finished bis d}scouf#pj.:,0P0:;bf'^ho,íElilers arose and in ibe moat;^.lemn mapncr saidi “ Brethren, it is iiiy most psjnfiii du^ to stale to the ciiufcb that brovC. and D. have bad a diffi. cUby and arc alionafod in feeling, both are  ,knpw lbaMins$ thespiri^, Hfor|)ny <|ce spiritually discerned,'; tbafri|<^yAl]^;^it.(^| ing of the, spirit, tbroogb tb^jiypTd,, ,.Ti» know things naturaUg is to know (bniiirj^y' ilie teaching of nature, addreised to^tbe senses. .Jude 10,    ...  W. Buttlio word iaa *'dfiad Mfprl” S. ^The word.*Mivetb.4ind^afatdeihfure^ J8f,”f' i'Pet.i,i^„i    ..  W\. Fuul says *‘ithe letter kiiieiti.*' .So t have scrii^ure too I. ..    .  S. If 1 were.^to aay^ A ;]kiHed Bi would fciu infer that A was deadt; .^Pftul »does not say that the letter is' deid, bill -iIm» j| “Itilieih” and you jn/srthatii-ia deaidku'A« well might the death of Cain been tnfi^fffd from the fact that tbe Bible say« be >f kiR«d!^ .W. W hy■ do not ail. wbp Ue« beliewi i S. , yi^bydQ not all who bare iho'Aperr alion of the spirii b<‘Iieve|.    ^  ;W^ Some resist Jjiiin, wbiie oiherisultH mil io hifl influence.'    <  'Bnt.wby do not all su.mit? .  Tho spirit makes aoine willing and able to believe, but doea notothcra, ■ Ji~i S., The fault is not.in ibe.sinnenlAsa| bt;it in tbb spirit, wiio converts «bme ijrid paseea by,others. ■ ’    , '  VV. But you have.not, yet, .answe»«;(i my question.    ‘  ; 8. Tbe fact ibqtsomodo not believe; il no proof that they cannot nor :ia it «ny^ proof of the ineil^cieucy of the wordi^ . ;  1 W. 1 think it 18.    t t:  , S. If your inference be correct, tben^ the fact that the Angels kept notuti^iF jrst; estatjil, proves th^ they i;in{iedi b«.cai|ao tWcy cbiild not do ^^befwise. Andjbe faet; ibnt Ailam.and    not to nbey  ^pd, provca .that it    they. «ould  iVbt. Aiid as a good rnie works both way^; the fact 'that some^^^la did not rebi>^ is proof that they' IKm not I' infer fVbm ifie DeiiVi|r«ev^ dpiiijg'wrp^^ that be cannot, but does' rigj^t O'oiw. oec^fe ' < • ' ' Tuently, Jt >101,’ ensiled t^  glory nor honor, _    .....S.  P, S,. ‘ Br.o* Oi'sis .* The    dpo  triiie .has pretty well), broaihod its lasting ibia,    ¥ei, V liko ?>iber braatb, 4ta  arniike^an bei; ^n in ^eryi colilvseasbni,! Itui^jwben, cHrMtiapiiy ia ai >ummeifheai^ it dii»iippBiir8..;n'^‘e^^-^ a fine immersion at* VVinn’s church on |lte 11th of August«  S.  i'tíR íjrlir tXTBl,Ua¿NCÉK.  /IìiU$hor0u^/A^^  : .Â'f fcm    »njB|  i^el fteligibbà Iterali} .oilihe älst^ tainíng a short cdítoml from Mr. SandSff« In the quotaliottt which 1 have been niak« irid io, pruvo 'whnt \Veré the, tbings held by^ the tíaptisi s, w ben wo first co mi^^^ed pleading for roformiiMon, 1. stated, 'that if my quotaiionii Were not ¡correct, Mr. SaiVdé could put me right. He has not quesiioii ed tho correctness of my quoiatibns, be c.iu«c ,bc could not, but in bis eagerness to  Ìl^àéè  ib«^. .  theiü i8«:p»mi»»a¿ pmpbicìt^^hj 'ii^iiilMayíáciéaAinf ilt»'%bie4iiiiÿ ilodfoliâÎia«k^€^î)iti^)isÿ^J}ttl^wg«> n«««iiil«á  id«b»^^fittri«dè0>wÂî^    ,  w ^Kfany tbemniiö tbatt»«kiíi>|R|idKfl3ípftt^  4btB iifoilèilî iibw »roíoib«^%^»l|üiÉP ■ ^*ritifijit«4^’diéecy»es^ mdke dtodiApit^ O^auKf tKè^a^bst)« of^tod^^tlif >%niiidi Jesu8^«mt^ tïut  batnotilfb toitube# of tli« boi»8»?flf' j^^  rose'fibm fhe d¿«d «» iinj^lfW^sibtli iteei» df'^iàtt houi« orim6K^'t1(fti| to>l)c hU^i9«^Bndiriir wHn<dil»’l#fiHta|lßlM did^ttdliubhF. 'Hi»  aiifferinga, death» <i«»l<Hr«elÍ»n i«li^f«aftiPr sion weré all fmvfóldr ittd^wii'f fiiMOÉMMà of* the’pnmisèv átid'pmjdMiéki^  Evaingeliats* testimonies wire  (bai^ purpoie'or'l)ringtM|f^%íÍl$l.ó%¿^ lieve ibit Jesus wU’ tjitt Sfvipu^.of I he wbrfö,    'til  things jwhatsoéT«rh»%id edmimttdü^iMk that tb'cy^migltt lwcoita<F<li^%»b|tf^<w'ibii; klngdbm wbeh ifWa»jBéti«#N^I(^l>^ tbe e»l8tence'bf bltt^Nrlli dtHdntlai iairatibh, ot previduiíllertfltíí'r"'*'^' á%a*'ui < r He promised bii*ApbWl«i^'iftiali: *flh“d works ihit h» did, »bali the« úi^mv má greller» wbritittitiin thiíwf.lie do ,* :bbe%äse lie wébt    “  slap promiMíd '4héin'-'thai Ih« Íwgetíeralióni when    «fiétátilf  sU on ihe ibroni^' of btl^^gloryi  «hall sit upon‘t|iy«nes; |ua|ing  iHbei x>f Israel/* l‘bitf llttînf oil doe»    ,th#w%ifíl^dii,’" bnf-'  cause, - it is^aaid wbbti ;Îbîà^a"ftbiÂiitdii'"^*_* he' ahaH<d«li¥et bttthe klifgáób» ttf^b», ^ the PlthWi« «C. ; *îbfenf  tlmiï^f hiílí^aMM^«* i»  intf^eonttiwf^fr «na    n?wR«in aj.  bout^ be ÿét édí ’iadglhg n|K^'Wíl»Í^ iHIstìi ef^Iijraíift,^iiié^a tb^Wï «íél^bi9tr.^‘ /TbisiWtsdonVdôbtitlrtWlÿvrfttÎî^ji^l^^ Pirat bh the diiy öf Pëht«6^, tb^^rèreu, that dti6en|ptir*(l«i“’^òly Spîm tb«i«i wät acè^ tbe pwŸwéîè#*^, pibmisea of the pM^:Tnstlilieilli|||Än 6<^ bad given ib^Ww'felöai|0lf^,5PndAj^ then ploVé Äiat sTfestírf «f ìffatàroth waa & mnñ- appproved of Qod by the worka be ^ performed m the midst of tbem, and appeal lo them as wiHh*88M of ihcBe wbrita— that bo \^is iÎëlîV|pfj^>SbtdbiJiUb the promiao pnd ìpurpéii#bf.«<»d <b %8 oraçifl^ in^^ sfaiti by wicked hands—•tbaiCH»dìr|®àW%l&l  ii#igat«>8^bìitHDt(TÌd #î>^»|rtiev *«««•'» ibisÿ^aiiîôfad ‘^d pasnniaed áceord«^ to.tbe ^ flesb, bo wouldiraîiie?^i% €bn»l l^eifcattptïii-ibiHhrewiabSt « Oodbiai;mW^ilhM<«nio  lesos wbomithbyíbadíoriwlfiíd lifiMi líoet ~  >nd fflltìristi*Ìì^M^nyì-.«oon«e<id f gbiteitd^cdndflmuatioor oritó whatthey sbtódd. ^ Tbey4*olieve*llie.^a cbargfd updn thenii-ibey werd « by ^th*»e WbomChriai baidproniised to endui>>Ub. power to nmit tina on cdftain cpnditwm», or retain tbe »in» .of the diaobcdiciiit and  J  o'  «  «  » *'.r   

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