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   Charlottesville Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - October 6, 1845, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 «ns-r-  -, -î  ÎH£ flOWOiS COI  ■JLia  mm  VOIi. II.  **He that answeretli a matter before he hearéth Itvli ta follÿ and shame uttto ti|âu^  f31IAIll40TT13»VII.E.E, JiIiB15MAKI.15    JWOïV»ÀYi    ^  SnpM WW.GOSS.  THoi;uRl»>TiAW hsued ilef*}-Ma»>uay, ni T W O I) O L L A H 8 jpep «tintiti«^ pnyable itt adpattce. f ho »ohimè ^rlJ| t*re»iiy-fttur iiumhcr«.  kÌÌ‘8x4m'snd    ar« «ulhorlsed Agontii,  Sditotr    oVh«m, friendly to tim  W;«Ntk«l^ (of<w%td tntt'n»iRo»o( subftcrlberi, apd  Rtuat Ito jtoji-jmid, lo re>  Ir Ko oftiwÀHoantlouct!. «stepl al tho opìron of ‘tu« iMiwtililiaU «marAgeB «ro pultt up,  lAiiite» «fo «uthoHseil 4t> fisrwftrd thi» t.pt^teiMOribfr«, unA r«mlt due», fr«« of  . .SMRMTi inserlo4-at VUis w^u^l r»ttì».  ( tfUehlNt of poriuns    liindsfni^'  '»dvertìifl ; J^ow;  ftot Iti««, i^tid ciUr sciisibititios, is ihe bendili* 111 atui (Ì(^lìua(«.9kiu pf tlio lutmtiu body.  1S'  1 ■  iinety nini »{ileilcttò me» havu eiivei_ ag«ui(ii pruvidertce, for sending Uti üaô ihé World su itakvd oi" oli coturing^^o; destitute of naUiral çlùlbmg—¿-so exposcdl lo ali ntjuries ru^i t>u0bVing« of tempcrHiuro and viol—.whileioiher anifitaiH havo ftiatíinrod, wooly, hak^,.shielly, or leatllery outaidua. Uriiniúling imlWciUiy ! Wr\oiila any eucdi quoruioun de<5l«uii©r» oxpJ»oij¿üjheiV ad«ù* rnbl« 8kiu, Turtho h|4u,pr a belasi, ihôtscalçs of « oroppdite,. qr (tie jbtillteri» oPa turkify? Could any uihid li ai «ee», fiitíls, ijr riMusoit«, dcsiro tu havo thu |iliy»ioi¡noii|iy of n bofse, au eá^lc, a lio», or »ii ele|^>h4nt, iustisot) bf iho ilutnati faco.diviho^ iiutèkd of its lovfc* ly «soîiiplexiobj il« el«q«efli feiltüf0», ifrflf* irnciive delÍQ»»cy, and it»'4in|ïrewivtt.«ligni» ty? But) itiUopcndenl'of alil bohutyi atid of sii that dcligltis thft nyo, étio ta»(d« nud  ^ loMtth.itt ihçlmm»!» r^tn«uî«h tl  *fiir9W’a S«ic4‘d History òf ihe World, j^^^à ^étuHnriUts 0/lfi¿    A«></ÿ,  iwfi'î.fciÎU’î« tfit éníki'ioNíú 0/liiàü ifSiilîU ftfittif ai» j    pecvilài'  ^ hif»met'/ht /lim amihaud !{    û»ik4it» niia,mmUipe pkUi*^'2^t  fr  iVüili  ÍH)n«s, • inuaoloa, illund, nrloriQH, vèjiïjïî Itwrye?# ^nd bruln «f tho liumMi Irume brcatiu«)^, jüigtisUv», uuiritivi> ojmI o# lit isyMwn».—it!f fçnwiriul orgnn«, nliid leg«—i(« duaU«) * «d «eod of 'ÌI4    «ppcUtcs ?iid p(i8-  u,\l èimilnr tor ite^rly Ho'm thofco ÙüfUpÀdd; 4nd nro ulinred by us niòrtìlff Ï09«, wUh^ll aijinmtfd n'(hese wc’hV« like nil other niii-UieyHiro Hko u#—i» tlU'no remoiH-^tjïfti^i'Mfe'srâ «n ncnriy rolated, tiiut if w<«' <ilH«4^be^}«tdg<«d bf a »iJpurftclal vi»w of atrutiiur« hIour, the brute «ud "ttliftn WûwW be thouisrhtlo dilfer moro tu 9 iii.«aturo*«iidi.nMjihi «ie<?m to be 0LÇÎO...fiftiur»#! |(4i)$bij) thaii ia' iiftmHy  Í,    tttoro. dni'cly çnmjpîiic'd, the  huittiin »ttily ¡H tbutu) to hnvu »cuuo pccuü*  - nritlp«^ wh clt, tiveu exclusive of ti» ««c-• {{unHotl ««iti, attutii tn mnn, a docldfd nud Mîïstiiieiitili ond ^uporiurity, <^)tich natirdoÿuf hnirrintii enti riviili  tmn ot ji(i(|tiiro, or ti}o»o it « «n bc «nfn-  «hiitl ,10 j|mrti,ou!»rii5o (oiir diiror<Micrs^M liicb •    «U(M<gh l» ctìi»t«r ou tMimpei^tea  tii(e.|mm>r,^uf hubduiri^, irnut-Gnndi»^, uiid fgc^veruijig p^vfry. üjthcr clij«ÿ«iu) Uiiijd vf‘(Qrp«fir«n| tûtfuftik  nrtit    i'a Mtbliint;  «f;. (QFr<?«fir«n| .tûifùfti ' ”rtit b^í‘ «ifûotlli^, wiuîîîl  »H»  .........^, Otfl >MO<St  ii>Ut ÔViil und'Cicó  I0Æ1  . , . ■ .    ,    5ÓT0 l(‘“  .    «ii<r p^îUi'g'yŸi'^nd, Ail other ani-  frtittiod Iti (hoir Irtuliiy coiifllriiu* W pi>«téi.‘(i8 tbiff bofiiity nnd thtd âdviintngtt-' Titey Ave madi? 10 be pfotic» wilb tb« oxtîüptiort «f iho SintiH tribii ; tiiiti tbii^ cdiiftot rniüo ihrni8t>ivLi8 on ihoir bind' {b«l wilbt<el ,|»nHH%awltwntdiieMji «i»d »«of* for,Di)y ¿l>#|piiancc.i And tbuugh . ifUa    Ibo bi«b<»uti vtaes buvô more  . Îm«/«r uf KÙppnrtîfi^ tin'Êfretsl ^lòsluro, y6t . ti^jf.eàiHiui d«i U with U«*s fiicihiy, nciivity, .^iwogÜH onorgy iuitil ^uiuïnUbitirÿ af man,  , «fili «io wot «j)»>oâr. io tjerivo-; itiiv boiicfit .. figSMI» «I ovof ihoir fellow brulé«,. Bui tu tito fAcOt t^iit erçct aiiilure i» ibt» ìmmiI’* i»f (beir^ dniiiiTiioii nrtd tiiipori^iriiy,' ^y^.i»lt,^io r08t of ib» nnimal world|i i '^ipftccqtid peculiiiriiy U thobntty, inus*. QlitKr «iid ligamt'jiHiry ¿triichjrè of iho bu-mntt Iffe» «ntl. loh Í wmtfb cìva tó hi!| body h»    « ìiolidtiy i)f sijippiirtV  utiUojd wìtb’ HI) «gt%» fs.'oiUt^ÿ aud vnrioty «|vin{»iF«itt0ittti}alo|)ò óthcr «iitin«l jpBMca»-jifl, ti»eqiiat 8p|>1ie;À>iUiy or ciF^^ctivé power, {«gti afid mftlt la fitiad f*»r ovrry pxccp« Jibnt «f ; mid IfsittgÌi P‘?nfto quwlrufiods oxre| 11» Ifimpo* w» «jtóòd, »ione çan v^o with bim 5m hìa ^lf¿¥lÍft(Ky niid dìvéróby of li^cojnolUiii, mr iifrbi'd poMTr «f coii^    A hi^ii  oAfHiòt óuirut) ti Hik»o for n iiiin((MÌ distnncd, liai in a'p'rtHta'ctcd. J'íunitjy will frcauuntiy Wttlk Htiih dotvn« '    [  ,    fliid chtnf diiiiiin^uÌ6bi(ik«upe*  tiorUjr    '»b^ll iitotico, is Uio liumaii  Kpti, ^witb tta biutdf éliti fmyors. . Tbl» is fjiMfd. lihe atieptisî elf hia power—hi# in-im'wlieiti pf dómíbiprí—hi'» nU.■cot|{Ju^^i^3 Qli'-iT'antiCOtidtn^ iticuhniii^im. It hiiB jíV¿ lïotetulnliiy í)f il» ciichiHífcr*» rod, tóbievófl íhóset wond«!“« of bptnan Wwngtb'ftìnU tttgcmiíiy, tvbích ttía ma* oiilr. imniíiMtínu might toil in to4itr)!)a«». W<í bniíe ti«ít ibe «üi^'Io'h t^kittou» ojf 'jibe bou*« bbiw«»t tbo oad of our bal w* can aun tbcin witb «wurd«»,.  bayuneiti« (%r muro terrible. All admiro Aiid tb^hd, aud u&c in me» 4niiin)iriñ and inamifaoiuro—innrt, vynr. lux-, líi^* labour, and comfort—is »he jiroducc ' «[f ilfe Hirmaii linnd. ’ Anatomy will cxplftiu itó you U)0 minute ^^lid «eternine formation ¿tío attangcmentofour boné», aud tbtiir (artHttflntmhs in Ihía límb í and of ibo mus. fQ$«Í|p»iild ti^amfenta ivhich inovi^ thetn. in ii'iiiftIantausDua ob«dienco to our iboiigbt «rüL Tbi« distribution atfi^ diíTutnan >4b^,jippr0pr»aM iitirve», ijiro also not and curio»«: by Mrbtcb wo hiM'O iba readiest exortion ofa pow-furise nnd at;i|tvity, but also a doiicntç «9fis!rftlty^ ip tvHioÎi, «véri the ope‘a molt^ rètkjfijiiblt'tig Ibrobant) or pnw bas no preten* •^«»‘«r'^imiiarlty.  _ Tltow ;tbreo »dvantagos give «U tho bod* iljr, «Jfintfincy ‘vbicii iiiân • transct'odttiji iro^MÎ^ Wilboitâ ibnt tnruririing et»* rii« Uti^le compiuralivo beneftt would uo <ft> |aln«4 ^ frotn t lem as ib'al, without tbes?, would bó also iricflVctívo ; but both uiiUjp^ in the oomblnniion wbtcb occurs in wan racor man ia the irresiütiblti aovorcigii of ihp.globo bo inbublis; und^iia all ages of bis oxistvnco baa iì-^ìaa4\ tiaeetietli and pr«sorvod bla pretjon^sificB—as bo was l^àmed'tlnd intmided^ittíd Qi»po‘'wcr(rd tu dò lijr tbo u^ennral Crpníor.  The i(>urtb ar^ldisaitnilnrily wbicb may t|« rerucukod^iod wliicb is more iiiimeiH* 3itf>fy r(^tWt('(l ttftli oiM    oiirrym-  riitn^utsb tba ^euiol ad dorivi) front oxqtiìi»itc | t)’ l Wc oovild ‘ ISOt bil TO I our smiBaiioit^ nnd Ulcas tbe dulioate acnsihUUy of thoiranl^ìììti tii* side of our fìnger», and oor paUvr,^ Wbicb proVid(<8 US wttii liti-iuiporrant p&rt 'of onr most iibcfuliiitowlndij^e. The conn^xton ts unuoiiHÌng botwoon our miltd and ils dcli^ cntn «kin. A fine iiorvouBCxpftnsio«, jiio* cf cdiftg from ibebriiìn, is purpotiely sprti/id over tho ouisìde «f our bodies, immediato-ly unilor tlin Insi. cuiioti!,. Tbat onr intisl-lect riiay biive ihG iiouefìt o|'tbìit univoraitl soifsitivity, it js materinlly al|oelat«d wiib 5ur .inorai fcoling» and vvitlV’^óor bust »yin> pttibitis.. No Biiinll poriiou uf ibo tóndL’r< nosH of «tur ruituh», aiul of our compnssion-Rto bancvulonoc, Aro rolaied'In-it. With tliQ bidè of tho rhìnocoros, or Ibo woui .of a sboRp, or thè sh%jyty coat of a b«*ar, we shOuId «01 pusstìPs Ihii feeliiigH of a human hoart or tbo intoHectual sensiliility ofa culi (ivotodmimi. Ai oomparativo atunldity, hàrdiiosit ornature, insonsibiiity, rouglinosH, crucity, or saragi» humour, would charno-leriKo US in sissh d tittn§fofmat,ion, iis cor-respondiu^ qiinliiies àccoinpa'iiy oHiar oron* tuiffu>, accórdiiig aa tbeir onlsido' babili rnctit tiiilurs (Vo(M’ouir boanlilìit pxtoriur.  B.ut ou« of thè mt>t<t beauiifiil, mgst in ierc«iìti)r. and moat bonovolcnt ide<ia of ibe Divina Wind, in bis croqfion of tho torros* triul lioononiy, was tho conocption aud for^ matiou of thè iémaic! snx. Ku o.ther p:ro> duotiun has coiiirihutcd so mu^b to thQ im< provcmont t|.nd to tiio happltio«« of human naturo, '(t tvas r*rm of tho wijtoat 9S well as tho lolrcliùat óf jbis philAUib^oplc^ ìnven^ tions, Whnn ho Heclarmi, as tlit» roason of tliis pnrticuhir croiiitiiMi, '• iti« notgxiod thnt' tbc man' ahould l>« «Ione," ho prà'nòntioed «ilrìaiUip.biob-ovoyy i|ji« inné bfwftO itnd na-liuti b«,^o ycrified. Tba poet'a d.rÀmatic o,\olo^ation,    ! ,  " }V^ bpd bettn brutes without yooi” .. n.01 a pariifissian byp«rbole~»it is t)ie  liitro fiht iB-1nùdn!»le incUnnlion^ nor an in'-iioci^ni priij^ensUy, wbicb dbas not need 3» much Sètf»^r*tgulittinn as thnf!\; wbioii aro ini tnoral and drlerinrating. ' Tbo remark «jf Horace is a permanenMruth, and univei* sally npplicabie, that all uclinna hnvo cun' tain lin^a and bouudarì^j*, abort of which, or beyond which, 1 hoy will be erroneous, it is the yiruious fvmaln and^virlitoua at inchment whtcb aVoiie produco lb« benefits I bavft alluded to. ft is a biiiiftmiine to ns wbo are now living, that nociely hiis fnllen into such oxptsnsive bébit« and disarranged oomplexitiea, tbHt the tìOnoubial union of-ten cannot bo formed    iiiirolvin^ pp.  onwiary evils, which cohvnrl its bappiiio»« into disappoinimcnt.'.pri'pnimn, and ijruile-ty. This ou|! jitbo reoiified, but as il bas arisen friim individu«t terror«, I itsar U idai^iiotjbe rectiffod but by ibdivl^. trt^i wisdinji^ jffijdoncejrunst pftuiiR till tt»‘ oiin adjiUit itfO -ó"ppoB|ng* inonitipàriMlirias, Thei^»liowii^r, are oonaitlorflilona attach-od 40 our pr^ent condition ofuoivitiiied so> oicty, and do not belongs to it« primovnl state.' I-bo Uiii^riil a^iimuitt romaiits ,tbo aftfitet w,h^t,(svfir ^0 tbo niijudioiqua cualonis of any, modern ooinniiiiulties, or the resMlt« oC our persoiiftl tni«?obpduct~-Bud this is, that iho fnm'ate sex wcrò ci-enled with sucjh à friynio Qttd^imcb 'jualìtiès as'to'be n bles* sing to oin‘8, and to all their human rais#i-that they hftvo In nil ag^é opèrnied to mdke the rnalo ppeoios better, wlser, and bappipr in ))t^ot>órtion as their gentler naturo and .disphsytiha bovft boon what th^y ought Qnd were mttdo Mb^^ and buve b<id »ny influ-. ono»><«'^nfl ibat thny m^y ihlrly claim to be iho huibora of more ibati half the virtues, amiabiliiios, ininrpvomf|>i<»i and comfbrtSj wbicb aro now ditftised through humaiii so-' ciet^, -Alone’, »be'f dofecla would Jmvo nnlli^ed many of tlioir cxceHertoles, it is iho eombinntinn of the qualities and exoal-lencos of: tbbiiiwu soi;os, on which tho im» provemonia of human nMuto depend ; niid  a doubt. For afciout throo btindrod years, what is now termt^d the    the man  «f sin—ibe mothur of abom(|)t(tionS| in or* der to bé ipuQbi inust; bave biien tbo true, p/turch Htel/i Uien, partj^ a^il pnrcels of thoit body, of >vfcich ibe Albi^onsea‘ and aldenses' w^r»s also ooiisiniionis in 'Common, tio miitf^r under what niiinosi If H^esc wprb not one with the Rotnnii Chriai tians who apostatized ^binit tha Ibird cftn* iury, they bad jirevionsly ac{>n||led tbom-ielves iVom the triio body, and wiro »f conséquence a candeinned ieri .* but iif they (SOp* aratêd subsequeift to the npiitinoy, ibouj they like the rost of the Pro'eèMUtf, oam? ouljiom iho llomnn apostaoy. . Wbat bnvc th® B«pi‘j!i(8, of wbicb to boqatvbçn'f And dobf'U ntil arise ÎÎI my mind, Qfr^bjavoid« abio conclusion, that what Is^w^' cdiM Iboo/totiort/-th« Jfieuthn    *  (toWn^pof mtrck, lif wb '  wbicti thè Hsfitlsts and óthór« nre the braiÿobos f Aild )» ibis in,faoi,,any ihing moro than'apóatacy coniiptted on a larger «cato,-wlib less of union. p««i«M» ami harmony, but rtith no mprò uir^b)ì>dÌKÌUo •ipprobntion? Nfi |iropoRm«ii càtj bo.pioi-o certainly, maíitlajtifid by tho \yoril of (ïod, than this. Cbrijjt'a clmrch.hna no {»ranci^eBi it is one—it is u ^0%', and has no èrànr/*' bodies. Th? jq'divjidu^l. members, aro bvancnti of    .* “ I am the yino; yon  are the lifdRrArs.’'" în còifc1usidii| of tbltf digrcBSibhi if Ih^iViador will be at the pains^ 10 iriiid utteritiV'^iy' fl»o' debate bjciween' Mcssril. <Jam{ibo|ha4id Pureell, ite can .h^rdljf fiiil 10^ pefbeivo, that \$hil«t>Mr. C* iakemlio ppo$taty on Popery, Mr,;]?, fory ol.en^y flbpwa JProttrìani ^hrithntfm to .bo  #btit,.(b«it the ttiainmin’ no nigbçr cí|i||¡  unto yon than that which we have preaebêd Ini vou, lot him be acciirsedi’' In the npos-lolle day, the preaching nf dvcuntcisidtt in oHlpf to aalvatiuu, in ooiijunctlolt with the gospel, destroyed the benefits of the gospel. In Acis, jiif., I, 9á, and Oni. v., 1^4. fhe absence of faith, itt the docirjiip oftlii rMKiTcc/ian (At ^ie.»troyc|í ibot^oi'-pel, by ovotturning the fhilh of lUoso who received tho dnoumo ofHymcniuMnd.l^Hl* letus. 80 I rìèilsaii as 10 the gofrpt'T of thfc' Spirit. 'It 4)1, nonbe gospel, wtìibH Pitti >reached»„1}ùt just tiiatí'-whicb iw wü«ld )ave pronouHQod« porvcralon of Ai» ffoi0#ií, Tb« Apq«il?s  til tba    ¿  makil»if !*    ;  'J M.'í-'-ííJ.  (the gfAnel) and U'Hnpifsf'iT'istbtiHi The order is as roriih\->t {"ia't,  ^"í'wá &6S'gUl5%'  IS  simple and ovealasling truth,; not perhaps so mischio the creditor our sex RS:t)uraei(-lot-e would dosiro ; but it is ai| «pplioitble comment upon our Creator's rbcorded ob-, servqtlon; If mati bad been alou6\upot^ earth, gebgrapby and h|sior)' uitHo to «üi Kura uft, that his populations If such eooid then in any other mode have òriginatéd,: would bave been litti» els'o‘tbañ the popn-ÍAtinnií of fjorcé and ravage,' violent and' battling brutosi In this siale, the nncivi)-ixed tribes iof. the earth afe found Jto be, oven will» ;the aociety of wpmon," where, tl^so nro nlndervaitipd,. rtp^rVased^ de^^rad-ed, or jdespi'sed ; that. Is, where ibey are <|o^ prived aï ihut itiifiicnce WbloH ibey wbfo crèatéd 10 diflTuso ,iind possess-^and by its magical encbantmvnt, to bnmanive and me>; liornie. liespeci and love of their ,wiireB; and foi^inle« may ho deemeil the great civilizing lind advancing principle which bns, with 8umio.(>tbqr«,~bin very probably nioro ofDoaciousiy than liny^-T-contribiited to Ibe nnceasing"pr<>gressii$n of thb'Saxon, Gothic, and Gertman nntioitH,-who conquojred Europe Trem the Romans, and spread over it tho pMpt|lations and kingdoms %rl ieh now adorn lit# « iih« superiority to iheir an-citint prude^os&ors thutbaa nctcr ro(iograd<  cd.' ■■ J.....  If mnnkijtirhad been perpetuated without ,,thoir mild^er compiintons,-—from the pebbles thrown’ liy'Dcucalion and Pyrrha, IVom tl?o tcoih pwn by C'adtilus tn- the oVrth,-7a btony ab'd iron nice would have been its perpetuai iubnbitants. : There is sometliing in tliQ aotivo'spirtt and powers, and sirengib of |be manlv poriion of onr ooiiimon apodas, which Joteà ddficultiesi  obtÿtd, will: bo the pooplo prndocud. As oauAfii «»d-oíToot, they will harmonizo, and as A comm^rfity they,will be aliko.j mainly Tho iBaptista consider themselves, (as ali co^^istoucy.domanda they'should}! tiia tru« eftin'cli, liie real visible church of Christ.— Tho Rontish òburch olaitnii ibiJ sanie pre-ernineneó, and every sepHraie coinmmnion ;Of roligionii^ts must do tlie anniie, or stand mif-cbtídemñod by being soparaied by sectarian barriers, from 'Others. A sopbislloai  IjmMi  ‘«ttdv  «f.ihi  evasion is i*èsOTtôd to bowever^ a ofthe iniquitous divisiouf whicli n  And largely, tlian tho true ^mroh,Aqtnalty ex ist. All these diviificinnand aiibdifÍ8Íonfl,,(C-,roong whom, the moat invetaràto iindincura' lile hoflidity even oxist», aHemptto shield ihemsRlves from the forco of pivinè Initli, by idòcittriiig ihemsélves to ti(> respectiVoly firan¿AeiráftbDChütoU,iifAa/ei^ái'atid wAet'êW fr that ^tty be. Tbi» deoëiiful IHbrlcHtioti as hindi the invention of the arch adversary, as was ihfa first 1)0 which bo SC» auccessful-propagated 10 the ruin ofioor first pji-  enterprise, oxoriion, oonipuiitionr oonlost« labours, airugglci»,; iirgiimont, batilc, .and perbonsl. displayhie ' ‘ its wifihfid objiiuls —•to fiali  cb buf^ns to«ei«0 with priKslpltatiuu and violcnc»^—to figlit iiii^tiiutiy tu ubiaiji thofn* —to sirike down ait rosistaiit-c, and to overwhelm afi opponeuts. Thoao qualities and prOponsitics would animate-sclf-lovo and selfishness into cnnii^ool; sVrilfer oonflictj civil discord, and bhttl% if no iofter = and kind companions wero «bÌ9Ut. such íteróe and angry i)eings. to ocottpy »umo finriion of their tbot*gb.'s jsft't attòniioi^fcroato nnd’cbcrisb ■ niildcr andxSwool^if feelíiígarr ond to prov;ide fur them tho tiiore ao^iM  ...... ■ do^r^iio  bu* ^ . niid af"  fectinn wotild dlfTúsé pMfiétírdíinoí^ gfato-ful than those of ifrît^U^ Slid tiotitest ; lind awaken the «twisibttííie« that most faWr iii< teltqciital ttni^M^rttl oóltivHlioti, and which gradiialljrMd ns'to its «atractivo and nobler 'graiifmations.', ,    . v    .  A^ost liftlf way between sixty and sov jefity* I d0 iiot wish tu express, of t‘> commcnil tbo«o perverted passions and !^bicb uisgrace so nntclh of olir ¿lociry and litcratáro—whlch so rop^iedly tnisiéad tbo young—and.j which btirry so many into hnbirJ; impriidences, vices at lachmoniS, ofongagt‘tnenti»i tbni maketholr rnatuiro Hie- it ««rieriiif^srtfferin^,, di«»¿rBC«, ior ttdtorHiiy, All ont amiabititios and vír» ^ues-^till tbnt iw <right,. fiojiio» and good within usVreqoite at all times« self-govorn-mniil; dnlihrrniîon, nnd Judgnicni:. AV  Ibis nppoiirs to hnveb<;on the wiso and kind principio id* thoir Çronior, in bis system of the for^tation of the human race.  ■ «4 ■  COUKBISPOI^OBNCI^.  ----------  rm 'riiK ixi'ui^uoekcrr^ THR RKLATION SUBSISTING BEi TVVEI5N THE BAPTISTS AND DISCIPI^ES C0N81DKHED.  No. 3. . • .  I "propose inlms number, in prosont. to ■your feaders, tbd    an prtac/mi by t/i«  iViib its eonso(ioet)t. subjects, ot; recipionis, and.Uie an^isnt Jniii'tonent of salivation, and Its convqits, in order lo a  jinst conolusioo, whutiier ibis great tbinom-ination is right prjVTOlia. on thi<» tpirUwl  *“1t'    ibilt%ïv% «i» isdnifueo  very Baptist of intdHg^nc^, that according >to the Go*|»èl preeKMut, ibiiitved, nnd  f  apt\st^ hicj  « And  ôRH  wbic^ Ï dofiign'mpro ftilly to show.^f 0«d porm,L And lio.w.tp iny worlt,  0Üjtgek, tehfither  Dëitrl^ir : í ^  - , (îng tíiHíér r^" luotanco nt r»gr«t iii hi»rUtfíéfVopiy'trty«íiíp lortw, wbioh ii^s boft>ro me* .^ Nor.ÍJf in»iib reluctance, that 1 am oaliod tipoìn «ortp linne thia cQrrcsjiottde.ncRflik.vQnr lottoij tiiti» tifio», I, knowJ«w, . witb.>vbom:. l soonqç.ôniçr, tboJqJd .qr oxnmlimtiwn, with you, towariía \ibmtVI ‘’uMwiii kinoíír .ftjoirtigs. My fír#t leí i?r,.wi}8 iív.ri.U i«n for tio. «ííhor object tbiin tu briti'g to imjnd, sbmoj^f iho ibingsduilvétf^ud Çftrîôt tind’hitìi' Apostles^ And yoti'seoVn to hnvo jíííticípAied the, by introdUtiing" to my notioev' bat yon onifj faith,¡’itsiiaiifre and  ils esseneo.v Wo can begin wi|b i»o sub» moro worthy dfit>or ationiioit than  Çhutp  itan/Aat atoad  a a cloaii oro really  nan's vpniinon sense to chorging falsehood upon  routs, IS now, not, only roductng |vofy  Idiocy, but opoiir y chorging taisenoou upon every text o,f Iho Divine tottcbliig, .on tbH ttinity of the ühni*ftWt* Thiü itBetttrittó uttíly óf bt'(tñckt8\ has not onri solitary feB'uro of truth iibout it, as diviniílyKirevcaled. «‘Oortcornin suoh a States of’things, |b¿ blos»iMÍ;iSamur reasoned In the mo|st jortible and positivo iertns, dBOlari^g.its oxlsij^uco, 10 bo ibo dc-í thiot joi», apd t»ub»:prsioH o cialescistehce, fromtbe Iiiife J\mÚy <;trcte íip  Anti tns; ‘ ■  to the Mightitft kin^dútit, tinn, wbicb can nevar censo, is DESÓL ITON rt Rteád it Disciplés 1 read it Baptists f íread'it Moibodislá ! read it alH Rèiti ioiïr»qxperlctitc^^rov«lfttion—all combine' to^ eispo^ ibis vljflJabficaliiMi, and to snvó ihe pjpijipje from sku.  Àr^ncftes 0/ IM Chmyh ! ! I mu‘-i bog tbn.indnjgcnco uf thè rond«ri '^hilc I luUe à glttitcu of tbi» vvondOrfùl tree, this mod-irii tre» of ìife f Numbering s«t»ïe five Or six hliiVdrdd HwigS and lurgor limbs, It is lie« come quite a mammoth. B«t this is not its jnoBl \vonderful attribute, for evor^ limb and Iwjg boors CdilTcrent fruit, (iticol'ibis kind ftnd another of that. Wo have bore, the iipple, ibtr peocb, ilfo pear, tb,o wnlnui, the ^colili 0^8 wioll as briiiicliOs of yftrtovis orria*; Jrrihtal varieties, all standing, ótìd living ami growirig on.'¿no siòpfe, àite root Hero'lios the difHculty. \ybntis ilsat atoci-, bai rbo/f * The tree which wc buvc licoii ookiiig at, in all its tow'cring m»jofaty and ividd-sproad influence, is evidtmily the re-^ suit of human aH atid contrivance I li is ft troo ol gi‘a/(s / evory ons oi’ ils own kiudi find f(ir It« peculiar use. It iji of human brigin and not Divine. Gudti’ troofoi Mft-liirc, arc üniforin ^ ho inalter lio\f1^ or ^lOM niany braiichoB ibey limy suppoii, they nro in every particular stamped witlj a cojr-lain idcniiiy. I|i it an o»k ?: it wjill not beiir applotf. is it a tliorii? It Will not beat gifftpi.’'s. Is it a ihisilo ? It will not  bring figs. Hut ligaiii. H'ero arc iminy branobos of the true ohurcl). W hich, or Wbal is Ibo irua oburob, of \ybich the Bnp* tists are a brftiNîfi? Who graaòd ihom ni* 10 Ibis trun cbiiroifc? They litnmi tlua they litjvo bad an origin niPf« AiK^atoii«! Ihun ib«t of all ihe Protesitinifl i«>i<l Dissinutoii) who sprang frotn. llotTio, lìirt licrc I find  • ÍL  right\ vie 0/ Ood't ordinancen. ^'hoÿ woró^o be known or rlicogni'^odhy their obsot^anoo of tho commandments and ordinineofl of the Lord. Of th« |ow«..tt is said, *' who or^t/lsraolites, tu »bant p#rt4)Ul« eth èe adoption, and the glory', and the covenants, and tb« giving of tho ^nd the tórvice of God, ii«d, ihç pr0inis.es ; !\vbo8Ì aro tho faihots, ' tind of >vhoiii, ¡ «I .içàhcétinna tho .|î'â|ib, Citri>'i ôa^o, Wbjr^ li wtr sil, God blésaúl    'AiwéW.’í-*>  THus'^was this idóiíitify rcadl^ÿ tistiibfiàhftd, by tbl proper tbtíf of jibe portillar' hlÿailiiiiigs confbhed brGkiíl',' • A^sojt ivovor and ever v^UI bo, w^iUÿ^ibvCbrlSiian inai tion, and fiio    bodyatiie-^li^  cftw'thi    "  I will examino'iho Baptisât CburU^b» itt^ fbrcJico to tho fiìHtt oyalunnc*  Oliipt?íiuch, <WS    once ^divert  the^aints,*’ (or J«',bicheo aro exhorlod,’* earnestly ta contend ?**, >Vboihe.^tb<>i hèilovf| it qr not, wo knovv iioij but tbja I know, tbiitl llover lieajrd 01 < Bnpiist iit .hrdoi'tti Its Jnim||diate obçdlence and benefiis, oxltiMt th<f goapèt In its /aòÌè'^eoiUtàanJ$ and 'jÈŸo-rnim in my life. On the contrary, aAor'iho tt|iU)d oourse In a prntraciod mcetingi lo lioarCeArisllttn txptri»n<:e$, they iippoint- a day^-vFinpo alt my acquaintance with them 1 nifr^A«4boy u'ould uoi,ve$ did t^lto C/iris* tianiand ApoiXlos (if ^ho apostolic age^ r«« cetra o(ij9 m^n pr, ^vQjn^n into (heir body, tts ^ t|ie 8ncionis,--no, not one Í So'Hiif froi^ roc^ivipg Paúl, uè did Ananias', iheÿ iWoü'líí bttvO nrgisd bim inward In all^tbe dnr(tnt)ss that sarioubddd^hitii. 1 nevor-j iieard a Baptist plroacb' thë gospel a* did jl’ai^er on Pcnieco«^ dii>ring alTmy acquain«i lanco with ihetn» ' I never beard of ono jivho. woidd pro,oclv,and do as did Philip to tho eunucb. > I ncvor hoard of ono who would stand by Pnul'in his dcfiniiidn of the gospel as written in ib,e hflponib of firal (^rmtbiaris. No, néveél They ^pteáisb ^jiùéb <i6í)«/’tho goépcí^ nhd' ofeaïil Christ ; bufthëy do noi pr(hitch Chtlsti in his dÍBath (tnriitl and resurrectioti, as the Apostles did, tbiit tho pòoplè niig^iit biitrievoi repent, obey, pnd be saved ¿i Wnatthon ijlo they prcocb ? vyhile they profess lo boliovo, that Cibisi diedburied and iipso aentn, ijjiis giy*, log the fficts of Pt^ul in the Corintltiatt letM 1er, and indeed preaçli these thi,ngs, they ore not snunfied wilh’'tbesó tiloiib, as the Apo'siles jiresetitod, ÍÍi(Bíó, ijiii : odd tbiifc wnicb is 110 ptirt of the gospoii isnd so tist»** trailte òr Jetlroy the ;>i»r<;ei* which ibí nu» thor of tho gospel ineant lo; placo and ooh» fine to u ceriaii) and' ¡^rú^ exténi» in lltM instruisent} in order. «0 proper harmony aA>|lf consistency “ in bis greti* worki of rodomp  II. /As 1 uiideruiiind ibo(n, the Bíipjiüls iiiaintaiy, ’ibtit there is j» /n'fJpi^u«, liecfsinrijf ppi^fç of illi tlntu iS’pfl'W, iu ,0f;^0r tO «lii» %•  S0i i|**ío'V^ jspiuTlincy ]ireaub liio" Holjt.^piirit  and Ihe igosj ...    .  to sinners. Thus they destroy the gospòl in its biisstul otrôcta, ill iho tnhid of oyoiy sinner, who, helievcB the dociriiie of previous Special opdruti^ns« Tiie-arm-of.iho Lord is pnnilized—-his niigbiy sword falls to the  ground,—vvbtlo his avowod IVitìiVds bocoine  gnwiitlngly, frequenilyt bis mont potent oni cmies. JDid any Apostle tir aiioiont CbriH-tian ever preucb »ho gospel 0/ th» Spirit f But w,hat of ail this ? Why, thf\t no|bii»g niust be addt'd to or talfo». from the gospel. If tho gospel is mudo, io be >» niiue coiiipo-mnt part of soine bomiiii syston»,' it is «1 oiice “ ««rwer/fldi’^ and is no loiigor tlio ve* liicle of ble8siiigB,Jbiii of ciirses to lha bu-mfti'i liiinily. IW gospol as an insfi-utiieni ç/talvathn^ is wielded, tiy the Father and Uio Son Biid the Holy Sjfiirit, ond ibo.Churoh When the«« ruspeoilvo ufijonoios oro «Il un derâiood, lben/i))id not tüi thon, will thisi (leplorftblci perversion of tho g<>sp®ii «nil opposilion to God, cciisPr Thé gospel of fbo first ago Wft.s variiously |ui(l fiiiso professriŸài *' ««iripíf,“/tñy Wnd s(Ub-  jedti ? n»oi  Vaiih.- ¿Is'or byîls’fli.iht wfi.undws^and tliqt ,t0m|«çion ol fli»«, ibrttMgh Ibf^.  'SUS, la grantpfl io ail v^lIío obey  oòjl You oflltis'  .... ..---Iti  ups, 80 far_ as Faitb ia oonc(!>rned|^ cortaibly hiivç'iiiurô of tii^'M'tsdôtn . , World nia n ôfGi.tl,, In yotir vievi**br‘^riiih, its natijrre and it» ossoticé»^^ Ptermit nié to ,ret)tiíi8Í yoh «o discard ÿtitiâmiffdf thb viewft whicii you bdve reoeivodi uotn- mim* jand ftCcnmpany ma into.Testa-ment, witb « “hi)r<> of conimi?»,, ffHf«, mid.  «I    çnocb*  aïon jJlimiinat to\w«mh you biivja «pmo* by thò    this'woVld.' ■ ■ *" ‘  FUJrtt  langftljim dan w$ auppoa« ttiat ii¿«vniii b« m «10 liew T«slantent iiKajdifToc* out;491180,to Itia^^lUcb » ia UMd nMmwherfi, It, it Mfere u«od ii|.ii,;^iira)riïiw^  ,blp w.pwld not 9MÍl,ti|ei|«i}íiin)(m, rdftder.>^‘ «icftntllniitiônit yvouid;b¿ attbiidad. jfitn ithis'tniinòìit pèijüeiU'ÿv íéijM)|s'Qiiiíié‘  iihis  •aWro>s the WÓ  ÑtlfUli'M^á bo iti an ffreftt'diiliouity qfrttelbru; a word<m.dt»b|M« imnnri, il ir;ttKi\ of .ihei^tih ei .a»j!:docMi|t«.«r  viol ion  If, .. .tur  3^:nij .atty:d(?cfiiifW(,w.ofiîl-  Jrem Iiwiinit^,  Î|WS Sf'W' #BŸ^di"  9d, Von miist biivhr.. '%r,*»ày*€i» kiio^ft*, “ f«ith fiorÎje> by hèîirliijlïHé WbrU'ttFWitì?* 3dV Von imtsV b*ilievi|î PorJ    'JiiliH  cohir» to God must h'ôliovfa tlîit fió lhai his will rówrtKl.bitii íb thnaïsoriftiiM^^ii^i •‘Be liapiised,'^ And bíKi' “SWratb^^Vl^líí Tho ond of ibi» faotí»fníiWdiii«|il bo.saved.”, How few ftiinfhtb lhe ’ W<Frtf  ...........«ri.i..w.* ^  this compiaitdniont. hnvo not atíniniíd  ,«ur»jin  -íjí.i  <ri  ■TT  llíitíf  tí.  ...........„ líS'íifí'íSsas'í'i  \V9 Mñtnrmai.^uk&áuk^tffkt aitnccttiog oitbo br¿ihi^í>*.fltfjti Rc*arvo Ítt;Dbio*, ^Wa^réaniitd the cduntr^ tah lato»l»¿4At4^nd<j anntfftl meéti^j^» Jit «orne {K W<Mlerti .Be««rv^, ibo^fSPl««^]^^ numeroosií iind<thpj»nníi»llr!i«á!|  ,tand«d by thuüaAiid«|{irbrolb,riïiài In. the  diairicttUida sn|)|)o«odMjt|ir| ^, twtinty^' tbòusand    ,  kiiniiyiir8fi«li^«d‘attA>hoìH»H«tWÌij^, , by tit© bieihro«.    H tfelfiï  om pro<daiinerfwfr».^9^o.n|lùfl|Î>iKr^t  %|iMt ^lrUiyir#««hiftjt!'^r^  ofMiii4/>ftfti}{i!><^ó'}ì[»d .-N  atrftngfti9ìi4llrnug)»idf«‘ "  Tofkj(\ for    ...,, ,  thaV^l^'.|t .Diffo'« Dtid *pr«odlinhè ««ino lt#í|«¿ i^ipb  iiano, . The ihspireU<ponmcn cenamiy tjin-’ dorstood ihat it wtis|i;d bo uscd'iH ihe 1ilfiii|é\ sensoj b'oth in s0îrli|ÎAl and profkiiS^affiili’èf.’ Proof\ '* If i^'Q recèles thé W<Aslt 6f itiobi' the ipl/nell!bf'God ia gr^Hten" ' H<»oeiVeià uaed in tbé'sttmé<sons6 of. Faille Reçoive thfl.tos'imony/’ or iii ot,b«irMr<)ird.iii    ,  the tesiimony wii^bPod. hna.giv,eqijof ||lf. Son.” ThHt roceivQ is.M8ot| in tho apuse, îs f vVlcht frôm iReilo, yipords, Aa’ many as.recèivcd JeBU>,' to théni grtVé' ho (lower (o bccotile tlie soriÜ 'of'Gôd; «ve'n to theih tbattiBlioved on bis name.‘* ’Jiiihri. iSI. ÎFo reçoive or to b»liev6 rostinmnV iifiHrià)) wb^tborthat tostimony boHacredlor^rofuni»,: i«stb4 nature; of Paith •,*' nnd it tü .«.n.iin-  testiiiioiiy in bis tniiKi, cr briaft, «a “yhh tho iieort mon bfiliñve^,’* tbàt is givës adieUri ty fisediit, tu thé rboord whiob'uôd baMgtv* on of bis Son.    ' ’  Again, as to wbat yhu eall ihe *♦ natjurÿ* of i^iih,’> it is tho »«me in nninrê und, i|¡í grace, or witether that which .ia.b6lifive4tiló, be true or falso. Pjroof? ” God shall s«jad liieiti stroi^g dehision that they should bd> ilBvp o He, ilptl they all might bo çiai^iiôd who bôUevô not tho irtitb.’* 2 !?-’h«8» |K miist be. évident to uiio^ofyonriniolligeliitsibv (hat tbcro is no diiferi^ticb between bôlîèv-log upon proftine tcsiimonyli ahdf beliovln  Opnn sacred tesiimony, oxc ;^catimoii^ i«r wfei|biibr thim  Ing  fed  exempt 'that sac profii'n«. John  man's," ¡and tbereftirn thé faiite-.thuat be greater tbaii that Which lijiub prulUne  iiiy si '* tl|e toBtimony of God is greatetr ihan nd; thereto greater mnii limi whi , , , testiinou^, Bnt <ho Hatur¿|^|ij|ibo sumo in both tìasos. .  : ,Tho l4fiM'«9,hy m«8t rest in (hb or^cr to oyr  “ you nro ^S.Hvod if* you keep in' ivfiiir i protíish^d ùiiio yow." *  ftwnt.  HrjfWHi  ¡loiTí»  «l>áVi|ÍAaÍtU  mm  fiK»;;tbo iiwôrbiÿ  nalurtr  là^|tÌ)Sl7^ìtÌtl,’^|Ci.,llflU»s¥ttb onn lioarts and voteti» In tH^^; irf^lifio«grej|*« tion'i^ llè’/prfiMi ^ar^ltip» ftW ndtirn» oim wbc.made ns, and redseinviai tiifjt «nd bbw ;choerÌng iiì‘ ibinìi^,' wbeh HbnïHt lo licjiat^te ifrom.tbe Itnvorn^or lhR.l*ojrdt aro oli.Bltiildliafi  II. ji  Mi«  hm^hsf.u, Mr..» ,  , Í,W^Í, veryjnur.l»jgm|i iherò wore very few abiiOt puti bro.tluflu .çiti 1^8.  ll.jiH;t|ï J|^)}PRod,JM4.M«  dB.W.i«iili«t^o|19 m to ^ing i|nbjootii»»»..M.h<\.ntòf^ e<t {by.ilm viwd of «M« «IfíÍ®  ^bled .lû preasrÿs thè ' From all tbatj co,uldsJe«i^t. rçlormtitloit b», wmi>win£ to j portion of Now York, ind^i  portion 01 «ow lorK. inticw * potìbt,.but much iiom« í»i;u«k»u mi  1st;, imoiigboljt  Brother Comings î« dolttg|[g^.9Í!¡.-J>ff^f|i;  í bore .Him » iftt^  disc, and. grftdu^Hy pjss for  í.l: fftftl,.sioipmh.al,P^ bftíilig iíeen «n.. inciter}»,. íht. th@ htrt ,  «hkÍqus tí» visit itb© purjw>«*i oriin,cre^l,^4R,.ftiy;|i< hiisn «nd khingi,  ilip beaim Cui .indi    ^  piwob grauftud in gn*íí»g.ilÍP«»í,,Wái¥*«HM^  ji/ç" pfodiic^d by ili By both oddilioii sud subtraction, tho gospel may be destroyed j i»y milliers of faith, as well as ihose Of pi’nc-Ike tho g«>»pel can bo ofiecluiilly poi verted. Ño iiitttler wiml is preiiicbud Ibr the goapel, ivhelluir ir coni« pfiort, or yo boyond, i) i» «cciirsod. Paul »íi)'h, tliuiigh wo, or iiii un-go1 from litiivi'M, pn;.ic(i aiiy other gn poi  liiind in  Al»oi»l^i inonloly And, lis sayè anotlibr AjitìsUe, (afieV sbDcifying certain íiharuoiljriáiios, wbiiîh Chrlstian# aro to po«» soss,*aiVd> n bich, ifiboy-vdo. .'noi Jmvti la proof tbui) “ they havo fbtgotten that Ibny were washed from their former sins.’' , Tho mind, then, btis a great dcai to do ,w)ih,vur. siilvntion, " f'ttith ia the aubstani^ipi .of Ihings hoped fur," bocttU|o tivo thin'gs Kop^d for, have à rcniily in the jiiiliidi arniueji so, 118 if ihby were ip view. Thè giriiind-Work of this lM»pb, is fiiitb—the BSHnrancb which wo fmvt! rdcRived frnm God, So thtif in eV* ery ChrÍMitin's mind is tho snpportol^ 'Mho ono bopoi" nivlnwly, Fnith. And those ihinga which inako tip “the ono hopo,*'; though ttosoon by oyos, aro reali*od in ibo cnindi <ind as ©vidoiit «a ih» ©onviôtion of things not 8eon,V;cnn bo mad««  Faith, then, is nothirig nioro nor h>«s, than the belief ot somo dócirine, wbicb rests lipoti avldenco, vVheiiwi' Ifói I or fnla«^ liiit Ihii faith of iho gospel, is tho holi«f of the faota and 1 ho truths Which «to dollverod to us by Jesus, thVough hia aavptaî Ambaaf sndors, who léslifiéu that Jeatis was ihf Christ, ai)d preached ihu gospst, whioíi wM >0 liH Uoliiivud mul obeyt'd, ‘ in.ishion of sins. Proof p< ! to eu:i y t.re«UiM  M» «|ll9t '«* ' Oo presoli th«'-ha llitil bbliovfi  ri*o|r <»/ mwy  tiiVtl scenory of the Hudson    t  ettwS Mltn a» visiting ,mo^i »if tbs în'‘M»o-dilfcfonfc,ilÿ|es wdro tho impwiwtnpii»#' M , ^ and BankiishiU    »nf  itaoea and ubjecin eonneot«d-WlÍ^ iig ovonis recorded', it» tbi»^ti(j^>y / pouniry, hm it wovUd bav«i 1 eaQt. to bare had th« priv|  Inoro áotivciy ongflg<Kd it», rii,  word of the i^oi'  HoMfover ns my beaUh ia lupiiii it Jiiay bp, ilmt I ahftU'l»« «Wtt'.t^v^r|9|^» , nutch tlio moto labour that    bo, o^,-  ihing lost, by spending a f^w Wo«il|A in tbWi  pioaadbt e^iouraion,    in..    ..  ; May tho Lord Jblow, and‘mnk«t »».»¡bljw« áingv apd may wo bo ouablfMU »iMily provo our sph'n nf lima.to tlmglolfjf of.G««»  Your, bwiiher ift iihiiWk  R* L, qOUmAN.  A gentleman writing from Knglànd»  * •' ' ................““dar to tho  ^ the j  tnijtistors of <ho fstabUsUód\^h^r,«H vvbo  Ib&ll loligioiia exotimtU',nt,sj»tvibr to  Ai»o»io«n Miilariçnu 1^««.    |n  J^M'Kry, under O1» a»V^' «1*^ F ^ha Uto  pioach lb« approat^iing    *îL  thç Savitmr; imi >=htti tho prc«cfi*i|| »4^  been «oaìioinUìd by (tus    ,  Ck.’fw»*»'»   

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