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   Charlottesville Union Christian Intelligencer (Newspaper) - September 25, 1858, Charlottesville, Virginia                                 THÉ BIBI,K. THF. WMOI.K BIBI.H, ANI) NOTHlNa BUT THE BIBTÆ.  VOLUME XV.---Ñ. S^NO. 19.  CJI Airr.OTTESnLLE. VA., SEPTEMBER ‘20, 1858.  rii  A  -^3Et.e JLsm  INTELLIGENCER  is COSDUCT*» BY  33.  AN»  Oc>|.013aL4E|.3ëlL.  (K H. ALliKN & CO., PntNTEUft.  Kanaberi Comiirlse  tmuau  $vpnm«0$na^p»id    o/tBitfi/alif«  6tt«rerf    M  t ieajp*rtifu9nf    '' V  •p'dB-TH'S'.;  THR SUNmitGHT CLmE.<^A.  --- ^  Have you hoard ? havo yoQ heard, of tbosu»' bright oUmf*, tJodlilamiBd by torrbw, «nlmrtliy^ r Whore hath tt« power, o*^r ¡the fadoleiw .n ihma^ ^ ‘    : .-i' .. ^-' h:  Wboro tk« eye ii 6iw «hd the heart is flame, Have ywi hmtd that aua-bright oUme ?  -.U  '!-  A river of watof-gushe? thoi’O#  *Ätid üówor» of bíiBUty; #tran|5«ly íair,  And ft thowiand forms aro lii^verluß o’pr  Tr>vo« and tho*dashing shove, . iXl'hiii wo àeoQ iu that^su^j-bright cHme. u  i    ^    '■ ,■ ■■■.■'    --v-i" ■■    -•••  A t&UHou i>f fprius all^luthed io frhito, '  Id gariaentä of boquty olonr Qnd fright ; Xbey ^woll ia thoir own immortal bowers, 'Mid fad«lM»hQ«9 of oountleas flowora,  That bI(ioui in thiit 8un<bright dioib.  Bar hath not he«rd and eyo hath not soon, Thctr hoRveniy forms and their oímogeless  liioir oi)»lgns aro waving, their bánnors un* fv^tVá, ^  Q‘èr tho jaçpôr wall and gatOH of pcnrl That are fixed in that suo-bright citino.  Hut fà^ far awky is that aialosa elitre, ' Ifndiinin'd bjr fionraw, uohatM?d' fcj; wifcofrf_ m®re ifeid all thlia^ Ihftt aroISif is ^  The bonio of tho just, and It» óntìs ia Heaven,-    , I Thafs the numo «f tho «uu-briglht elimo:  »-'ííEAElSIlv' .-  One Bwc^t soltfiiftU thought  to mo o‘er ànd o'er y I’m nearer homo to*d«y ^bao I’ve over boeu before,  iifflirer my ?Athof'a houBo,  ? SV hpre the tuftoy roanaiona be J li««r«r #e froivt white^tihrono, ;Noarei tho Ja*>por Bòa*  Nearer thó'bntìnd of life, ^  Wlicre wo lay our burdons dawn j J^oaror leaving my crow, NearerwenrjHig tho crown.  KIND WmiDS.  sen,  I  Í  ♦\.  Ab the èttìrs upon tho trniiq 'T In inlBiio glory ; Bo w^prd« of ¿indijcps iu; ilio heart - lieftoet thftflource divine}  ; i ijOh, tbeft bekjnd; Àïhoo’c^ art,  ‘ Aiul it »halt bi ighMiu alt thy 1 tfa ‘ . 4^nd sweeiijo f    .  : * illliggi'ia’jg'iaaa^    i' "",' ■'»  ;rtDXNGS^B;ROM PR. BAJROLAY.  Thè.bróthrtìw will bo    of the  fafO;,arrival oi beiored »»ì84p”«’7 f«““^'y at Jeff«, ÌD’'goodhetthboBd ,fine ipirila.  Webopotho ohtttchcs will i^member that moiiey JS ttòW needed/to luatMn this mi»-. sioo, a| well a» that jn Jamaico. , Tho fol-lowiag-ia un intcroiitiug letter from Pr. Barclay.  I.-K/  BàUK‘Sa’All Ki-NO,’: MBDlTEnRANE.VN, 1 ’ Off Abxandrii^, July 10, 1858. j  Mÿ Dear iii-òlJier 'i l i ■Although t have nothing of »pooiul, iu-letMl toeomtounioate; yet having pnjmiaed to $ônd you ft few IVoea fròm tho point wo  aw now rapidly upproaohiug, 1 ¡proceed to  ifró«<»nii'my promise.    I '  Owing .»Ò advene wind    not get  out of Buatoti harpor unlit tho 2(Ìth of May. Our voyage barfeo divefsifi|d^witb «very v»ri«ty "of w«Btl(|cr, except ¡severe etor,?n»» »nd out jpiogi^« hiw^^ b con.»idorably' n»^ feirded ¿V ealntó öoä boadwinda. The offico of purveyor was 80 poorly diachftrged that our i^iwd eaptalu [I^yt3 determin«d to put 10 at Fayal, for Ihò purpose of replcniahing our supply, not only of provision#, but of| water also, which was not only scanty, but> intolorably foul. The wind, howovor, proving un f*V0riibl0| we weto coujpi-llcd to en-  dur<i the privatiou till wi* could r(jisi-h tJib-î-alii^r.  Wo had a fine vinw of the bi auiU'ul inland of St. Marie—iho SuuUi-cas.teru juurt of llic AfcftrPS—in ooasliug along its loo sUoro.- Hut although I nature Invs doiu? i“d luuoh for this lovely group of Wostmii isk*i?, yot the nii.st rc.stiuj^ upon thu loountuiu topi» greatly miir-t the intereiit of tho prospocts by rctuiiitlinii us that tlijpy are lordtul over by ni:u whoMn naino i.-» inyst«ry ” —- “ th<»| ihothpr of "abominations—and tho mystery of inijiiuity —or rather tho iniquity of that iuitjuity— rests as an incubus upon its iiihiibit:aUH, par< alysîing their «ner^iüâ spiritually, meutally and phyaioally. Suroly—•  “ In y«in, with lavish kindncHfi tho gift.s of  i Clod arc stroWn,  Th(y'Jf'<?;>iV< in hi» blinducHs bow!« down to wood and t5toui>."  It was bercubouts'that tho anoiouts located the ovor-blooming KlyHiun fields of lies-poria, in Whoso Pürftdisical oliincs dopavted spirits revolted in dolight. It was also it> this hoaven>favored rcgioa that Spanish van. tty located tho mogniücant Island of Atlantis, by Whoso oclestial inhabitants that penin-jsular is said, by early Spanish : historiunn, to »¿bave been eolonized. Tjii« Îovelÿ El Dorado af-ijuiratlé Iliflpanittjinot^ comoat-«iblef by Hiodorh hayigatpr-?, • I.h .sw/yxM«/ to have sunk into tho abyss.* v. Coi’tainiy our -report of tho raatitcr is ‘himLiin’cniu^xraf,” and greatly indood uiuH. i*wd colonies havo degonorated, if a jud|{mout inay bo| formod fi-oin the spooinioris that oamo uloiig hide our bark iu a fishing sniaok.  Avery strong East wind springing ,up just *8 we ontoro^lho straits of Gibraltar, wo were compelled to tack to and-fro so “often that wo had an opportuniCy of socing yovory plaqe of intiiresfc with whi<ih that iuin-i ous plabe abounds, both on tho African and Uho JOuropesn sido—-Trafalgar, Tnngiors, ROok of yibraltar, Apa^siUill, etc. ^ What j floods of siimag recoüeotiûns aro culled up f by iho sight of places sq jrialt in history as»;  t erAj when proftiiilo hiatoi'y was mere fable, ddw« to ijuito iniOdoTn time.«); Phajnicians, Romans, Goths, 'Vandals, Moors, th^ French L and English^ as well as Arabs and Spuniards havo-all strugglodrmightilyi for; tbo maàtorj of thia important stirait* ,' i It at Trafalgar, you fccoîlect, where ihojiaval forcesvof Groat Btifcalo m completely triuiuphod over tho combined fleets ofi ¥rlino0i. ijnd Spain, that Lord Nelson exeitîîd lhi a mjpn to such noblo diwds of daring, simply by fcinindiog "ihem that Jinjiland oxpeutod every man to do iiis duty." And dofis lïcaVen oxpeot U*es of evory soidioi* of-tho (Dios* ? : How Is it, then, Bro. ErrOtt, that tiia ohuroh is so slow in ooming up to tho ho Ip ofthe Lord against the mighty? Thb Lord grant that your our sottl-stirtingàppcalB inny bo crowned with tho most coiMplotc success. Conscious that the belovad b^othron cxpeot mo to do tny duty/1 should feel overcome by the onerous rosponsibilit^' dovOlvuig on mo, did 1 not feel «tiaurcd that iu auoh a cause I am not onfy,fsnstaiuod byiitheirrrpfayers, but thal tihrilt’f stronfeth isi mud« perf«ct in my weakness.; “ There is no restr^i^int to tho Lord, to save by many or few Btrong or weak.  Tangiers, you uiay remouiber, is one of the Teutonia eitius which, veracious tradi-tiou afflrius, was built by tho glaniH iu days of yore. Towering beyoml this onoiont city was seen tho dofty sumiuît of tho Atlas mountain-^tUé onduving monuniont of that tall king of Mauritania, who, aooording to the veritable anuals of jogendary loro, .'ius-  tained thu world on his shoukler.s. Tradition furthar aitlih that tho king aforosuid was metamorphosod into this lofty moiiutaiu lor a mere act of inhospitidity.:  Owing to the ab-Hurd system ol »[uarantiuo existing lhrougl»o\>t the Moditcrra noan, the cautious («ovcnior of Gibraltar wouM iu)t admit us to prdtitiuC ) aud as fiftoca days q’uantaline was the penalty of setting toofc on this tabood rock, wc Wvjvo cousti>unod, howcver-nnwillingiy, to ruinain on board all the timij we wore auuhorod iu tliehurbor n;-Ofliving water aud provisions, burrouuduil as wtj were, howevor, by ¡niob stirriog scoih-h and looalitiea so ngh in historic assooiuiioii,  ■ wo ooud hut spoil.I a dcligtiUal day. Tin; Andolu^iau coast bears no .>jmuU n;8oiublnnec to Palosiino; and I was very strongly ro-miudod of the clilF:« of Korillf, uour tb* “many waters’* of yEiioo, by tlte nutuerous excavations in this porpeudlcolar sides of this inaccessiblu luir of tho Lion and f Jiii-  corn. Whiit an iuimouao ougiuo of duutli  ttiid destruotion if pliuitcd ou thia iiiigliiy bulwark of liritibh dominaiiju ! ’TwLtu u  great pity for the }i;r;isping *• /I’li/t; iJi’illan.-  spirit of thi) Eoijlisb tbut tbc strail i«  i,o U i(A'; tbul r.o musulurous nii.ssilc can bo j.rojtìclod ¡uíiro ibiioj half way acro;;s it !— liul wIlí>{ if sno .«bi^uld rubricato soiiio pretext to pouiiou tbnvn upi^n tlje opposilo «horc s\iid tallo .\po'!• Hill and the impregnable ülroiijiboti! ui’(’eiil:\ under her niaten|,il pro-tootiun ! 'i’lio .“ilraii i-'i boro only ti-olve or iifloca iiiiloK wide; uad if tho well patron-izt'd «oioiníc of luiinun di^'itruotiou continues to pvfinio.ss a;i rapidly as it h:is duoe In tho hist f(!\v yi;;irs, iiii infernid niiudiiiuimny soon bo iuvcuted that will oonnnand thü strait.— But, tbiinks to the watclifulue.SM of caglo-eyed Franco, sucTi a mensuro i.s, not to bu nppro-hondod under tho present phases of tho 'bai-anco of power.' Judcod, it requires no prophetic ken to forosoo that “Lo’Enipcruur,” in pursuanco of tho policy that leads hicu to plan tho fortiilcation of I’orim in antagonism to Babcliiiandfil, will soon copcoivo it expedient to aunóle all ,^mt portion of M(orocoo to tho dominions of his royal son, tho King of .\l^;or>ii—i‘\¡ur(¡ ih'riiii).’' , l\nvi hind iu, fbcsio tvà> grofit jiiiroiis of tl|o naiinns, thus io take upoh thmn.^!l'lyc¿( tliu guaviliiin.'iliipiof the vloarways uf thoMeditorrauoan and tho Atlíuitic, the llcd Soa and the ludiaiij ocoan. Thaso two celobvatod rooks-—Gibraltar and Ape’s Hilli-you uro aware, uro ho world-renowned “Monn Calpo” and ‘ >(ons Abyla,’ of the olitssic and tnyihio ages—-Iho faniouii ‘ Pi(!ars of Moroulos,’¡(.^Ilorculis Oohnñnt»’) mado by |ha grand Sijnisonian when ho toro asunder thu cuntiuonis of Europe'and Africa, and nv.ido thismij^hty channol. 'Aro you awiirc that it is thesoìgiguntio gateposts that. arc Set forth by tho ptlla^.'« on Spanish colii^ and that’tho castlo and Hon aro emblematic of Castilo and Ldon^sthose fertilo proviuoe« of Spain ?    -  A beautiful light, flccey cloud was resting as u mngnificcnt piipltnl on the top of each ^of these rook pillarsi «« wb sailed o^ut of tho harh(ir~a suro indlciitlon, wo woro told, of, a protractcd Ivcvontor, and so wo found it—-a fact which, though it uocossital6d a groat di:-al of zig-!c»g sailing iu order to make a vg-rv littio hcudwny, at loast afforded us thu  ' 'grá Unca i-Jwctaj  mciuij lo^alitios. Amongst thcso Wcro Mai«- : ga und Ahucria, on tho Spanish side, Ccntu, Oran, Algiers, Cyreno and jTunis, on tho Bwrbary coast, and the ishuids Ithiea, Wajor-on, ]Minorcu,.l’ttnteUaria, Gozo, ^Jalta, cto,— Thè 4irst ipoiut wo approached, on loaviu)' Gibraltar, iva.s the stronghold of,Ce^^a. u pliico of no little interest to me, inasmuch as it Was iu this city principally that my rovor-efid grand-fathor ro.sided'whilst Consul Gcn-orivl of Morocco ; and it is also some where on ihis’ purt'of the Meditorranean Coast that ancicnt historinns and niodorn trovclors in-foràn iw fugitivo Cnnoanites',' concluding that thoy had reached tho cud of tho world at this poibt—creetod a monument with this in-sc«|lption-—“Wo aro fleeing from the robber «3 they termed the pious old Kon-crjilislmo of Israel. This statemctH, which:  I made in the “City of the Groat Kinj^,’' on tho a u til ori ty of a modern traveller, as well n.s sevpiul ancient historians, having cxcited some interest and inquiry In certain autiqua-vihn.circles, I was anxious to verify by por-sonai ob.servíttion, if pos.siblo. j But had the oppdrtuniiy bc(!ii ever .so fnvorablc, no amount of ourio.siry, however luudiddo, would have justilioü (Air binding, ns nothing would afford tbe.se Algori.-.o Ifihniiielitcm m<n-o pleasure tl.an to avail theiusclves Of tho spoeiul pri-■ vil(igo to which 'they are legally untiUed by trciUy with (3nristi:in uutions, ito shoot down any Christian' ventnriog within gunshot of th¿ir labood territory. We arò niuoh intev-Chtf-d in reading sovoral iniumscript lettora fVoui ,K>iìci,«on-, Fi-.snklin, and other revoluti ifn^ry wortbi -'i, Nvrilton U) my grand-fa^er wliilvi .Miiii.^tcr to the Court of Morocco^nd !il.w ttì that of ; an‘d yvuro'^artlcularly ploat-cd with the    breathed by ono  from (Joner.il ^N üiíhington, (but written, by .Mr; .¡iifl’ciso'i.,) addresfiod to his “great tmd uiagnaninious friend, his Ituperial Majesty, the Enipenjr of -Morocco," whotn he commenda. to tiio‘'boly keeping of that God  but deem it, though it is possibloHhat thoy merely pnrsUed us for the purpose of traiTiok-ing with us. It is not a littls f ingnlar that our ¡nfnnt llopublic ran ahead of till other nations, in effeoting honorubic treaties with these barbarous powers, and was also tho first to resist their exorbitant exactions (for the. privUcgc of navigating this sou,) and humblo them by force of arms. The llcrbers have geuorally retreated into tho wild intctior of the country, while the Moors occupy the cities, and tho predatory Arab wanders overy whero.    ]  Had 1 not already , made sui.'h a heavy' draft upon your tiino and pationco, it would afford me pleasure to pen a few paragraphs,  conocrning all tho various pluceii wo have seen, os well.ns incidents that have oceurred} but lest I should weary you, I forbear. Allow mo, howevc-r, just to mention tho sentiment with whlph Cato tho Censor always concluded his spoecl\cs, let tho subject be what it might-f-a motto upon which my mind has been dwelling very much sinec passing in yiowjif thaiiitB of anoient Carthage~“r/c-Icnda M pinihiac !'*  [Prom ttie. Yirglnlii Baptist.] TfME.  ^ Tho keen-oyod old Censor plainly saw that tho Empire of Komo could never gain ¡that niastcry of tho world to which it atipired, so long ns Citrlhn^o stood jii tho way; a^jd hcricc hfs siorcotypetl dccln-ration, “Carthago musl bo de.*! troy cd,” Nowi Kw aro look ing fi)r the conquest of the whole world by tho^jUipiro of truth ; but oan evetij this potent agency possibly succced, unlcsi our lukcwiirnujoss and parsimony in tho cause of Chnst— lhoso fearful Carthagoniun <'yo-8oreii~-bo destroyed! But I must con-cludo for tho proHQut. .  With Hlncero affcction and esteeni, yours, in tho Lord, ’    Jah. Baiiolay. /  - T)U5 VIUTUES 0P BOIIAX.  '|ho waahoi'wouion of Ilolland and Ucl-gium, ao pravorhkììy oloan, pud who got up thoir liuonso boautifiìlly whito, .,uso roEaod . borux na wasbing powdor, Instoad" of soda, tho pioportloh of ono largo haiidfid of borax powdor, tojib^^ca.^^^ u^^^^iing ostublisbmohta adopt tho samo  modo. , ; For laces, cambrics, iCo., an extra quantity of tho pow der is used, tind for orlo olinos, (Toqúiring to bo made atiff,) a atvong solution in liooocssary . Borax being a wu~ trai salt dooppot iti tho Bliditc.st injure Gib toxturo 'of tile linen j its elfoct is to soften tho hardest water, and thorcforo it should bo kept on every toilet table. To the tastò «t is rather swoet, is used for cleaning the hair, is an oxovlicat dentriflçé, andln hot countries ia used in combiuution^. with tartaric'^eid, . and bicarbonato,of 8tida i\3 à ooOllrig .bovo-rage. Oood tèa oennofc be 'mado with bard water j all wateirvmay bo made soft by adding a teaspoonful of;soft borax, powder ito an ordinary|8Ìzod,' toa-kettlo ;of water, in ■wbioh it sbduld boil.'áí Tho ^aavitig in tlio quantity of tea used vfijl b,o ut leastone^fifth. —[Exchange paper. ‘  ---------------- .—  [Fronv tho A. G. Be.viow.] ■ INDIVIDIIAL HlilSPOXSIBiLITY.  1 havo oftoji'stood for houfs, considotjing ■ tho imiQcnso taIuo of time, and wondoriog, why vaiu man should duro to trifle with BQÖh a goni ! Would be dlsdtiiufully cart akide a diamond, or suppose he would Imvo suAIa ciout opportunity to obtain It, s^t some futur« period ? No ! tho r.npaoious oToataro wonld eagerly seize upon his prey, lost he looso it 1 Uníteodod year« roll ou apace ! ili* unfaui* tóHng tbolstops of Timo aro ropiaiy lií«ai^«¿ us to tho b.nr of God, itnd ero wo aró aware of it. Wo shall stand before bis tribtanal, tÒ* •ndcr up an account of the doeda done ¡Q tho body ! Wo yaiidy Imagine, our Uvcs are to bo very protracted ! Delusivo phantom ! Why lndulge it ? Pollò# tho'old or tho young throujçh life, and iwo find all plead* ing tho shortnoHi of timo.    ; . ;  A littlo infant is seen in tho mother'ii arms ! Many are thè emotions kindled io ovory heart, as eaoU takcs o piaBsîngiï survey of it. But; who o;»n paint thô »ngubh èhìoh pervades the »»»other’s bosom, U ih(| fóodly g!ir.cs On this pbjocfc of tcadornctój tntorei-ling as it is,,in its bolple|iBnoáá and inWooónoè, ■ friv »tioro, diéùply î utcrostîtiig, iiï it«’ proapcets tttrd dûslîiôy 1 ^ Pcrhjps‘b^û hoitli- in hcr arms, an angól, Itopt but a fow mdntVs hçiwm» , lu whlqh It is to spend thç rest of au l m morta l oxlstanço..    ' ^  On tho otbor bnod, porbgps tho gorm of l)ll that is horrlbloand hideoua inournalorol follow that little infont through Ufe í Ar* rived at mnnhtiod, boloM upon'» etureor of vloo tt»id wickodnoss i Viiniyia.hoadmon., ished of tho bravity óf ti«Vo and tho uno«r-‘ tainty pMifol Ho baatabeä from bU m|ud. all such idoas, wUh‘fhe fallaiiiioui hop« thiit ho will havQ:»mplQ'tímo t6 pittpii)(^ (or ñity î ï am j'òutJg: utid wish to éîijoy qjjaeïf for a while ! why not'tiidulg« tv lìiUo 'lo;>gO¥ t Forhapa whiio engaged in,tbî» ai|o<pijr^. th'í, oold toy hand of death ia laid upti»» hint !-~ Brought io hi» d«atb bed, bv^Àìts )on'dI}^ for, hia oeá«8olovs. They ootue; but of , phut ;  Utiu'a very supcriiqfca K«t that aro-f^r otjo'8 own tvolfaro apd soourlty is in-coinpAtiblo jivith truo piety,, ¡‘^iiosppct unto the recoinponso of ;rc^wal4’^i» quit^ proper - in its ^Ifleo, >I|M,,,if,jyhi^^^^^    which  Ohriat is os^emod, and God obeyed, however fair the profes.iion, ihoro is a radical defect, tn moré .selfishness, thefx! is np d«>pth of soul, anil to observe tho requirements! of religion only upon t^ prjneiplo with wbiph ono ^vo^ddp^)n^ptí^ Hnd regularly Bbttlo tho pre-miuiu duo uppci anlnsur^bco^^ means tt» fùtili (hò detttani|i oî* p-í»fpi;l. ‘ Huch a «dlgiôp Jitjiíj  lORttor" in it, atîd it can never »fid© the day of trial.  Th,onj ^0, there is ^ religion oit /»/<«''<•* and cßrcHmtiüiifai dcpcHidíe^É;:^^  Är-  cely hitó » lifo,) «spon^^^    nnd  contlgiiitioH. , Whilo its po.sspssor remains in ^    and amid Jcç|çtàin éóngottitd  Burroundiu|ç.s, it snccocds in maintauiiog a respectable visibility} but let tho rcaidenco t)«; .cií«ngót^^^^^-  ;gw.u*',;,ai^ou||i^0;i»l9f^^    of a '  Now England hppio, ai^d who, ¡lo longos they  . i;«nw^ed:  *»k^eping^^w||t  turood up ii^ tioijuo dîiit#nt‘ State oi-toikW ajipéaww  ■'■ttn4,vti^Ut1;}od;ift»^^    had  Jost tlieir rcUgiqn on "tho way, '^d^Jbetliov it shall ovev ba fimnd »gido, is ûl least quito dtibiouH. Whothciilt is'Worth' tht» finding, may bo    qaestiopajbU, foi tho trutlj  ;^a a^igblgo .on. to    forma,  iherelîgîowQf Uw    which  grown in tjiè mt^y of; ibe^nc^invMing, but ¿is nev^r ‘fw<ifcftd;|ti»d.gfw»id*4'i*i ifi tUe aff««s tiqjÄj th^)^lQii.ot:r<)ni<t:a»,n}ßcly aVtmtio, .«nd aii rooao8fi íoúi.ii^í|tnjirtíficittl-bouquet in  ,iikôj!ri«}cl.|>teo,t«l premâ b«twflçMhe leaves . „ , of    iri*h? maiiifbld  lectivo pat-  wboni tiiif\| (we) both adore." 'J’he^^y jirinio mini (rr of (bu Kniperor and ‘‘aclwaut of Gúd,” ’'líber líon Abdollmck Tennish, hign.*< tbc trenty “in tbe nan)0 of Aluiighty Güd,” and i.'t ofpcoially curoful fo concludo by ¡K^yribiiig “gracc to the otily (.¡od." Wc hud oceasion lo cali to mliid tbis íruaty a fevy days aft»u‘wurd:<, as wc' wcre slowly BuUing along tovvurd Pináo Bay, a noted pla()o of i-otrcat fíir ¡»iraticiil banditti of Algcrino.-i.— No Itiss thiin live KÍnack put out ufter u.i; iind, inaHintroh as a largo vessel was kuown U) b:ive i. >Mi pluu biro J horo ^bout, throoyoar-i ago, ibero w.iH no .■-inull t.tir among.'it n^■, for tbey htill purwucd u <, .tbongh we itmno lia e-ly íüokcd under all suil. But, thanks to the I pi-ed of our noble bark, we soon outstrippod tbem, aud mudo goodour escapo, as wo could  \ Tho oowmanding offmer of the little gar-  risoa'of British horues at Lucknow, a*iO»i’>o Iheits^salvatip»» from destructìon by thè infuri irtidScpoys, dtiring tbat droadful, fiirge of throe long niontbH,owi»g,to ibe osire»iiepuu-olly oftheìr number.';, “caob man was taiight to feel tibat 'on liis owu individuai eiforla  ly summbnòd tobisaid ^ IfiMfxÜÁUdini ’mèriog is ùJcpirmg in the tuiokct; all ia atilU nc.‘*s w»d he Ì8*^o^ 1» tììis indeud^^hè littlo infant, who 80 short ti tiiwö beforflt re*, coivod tho caresses of'evorÿ pssôoif'by? Ho,, too whose vein itjjagination conoeioyod him? spU^ thb ■roprcflcntntive ’of k'fong Ufo, «nd . whoso tiuio dragged hetiviljriwayf VoU&ir«, rthe iufidol} when' dying, called out,“0^ (ioctor, Ijj^iil giv^ half of whal; I am wortS iftyou wlli ÍÍ mo six weeks life I"  = So palnfiil wu.< tbo^cenoi the I'hyaiciun left tho room^ dóolaring ií tob ittfol<Ä^le. to bo borno.” Why th’oo, triÛo away o\ir!pvopiwa rnotiieuts ór oou»pliin of tímo ag tcdioiw | burdeniSomo whon wo are ho“!^'Wo)l| asiiurod Ib^ wo^iiro traveling ¡ to'tho,bstr of God *s rapidly Ik tho wheaU of limo cftp ¿or^y us t 0 thVje, titho ! how rapidi bou'art ifl>iiig Î and whithOi ! ¿ Would t.bat I could recall my many .miispt ut hours, and devote them to the rtcrvicviof my Maker, for tb^ benefit of my fellow mhn, anda préparation for Etornl-  I  \    îiiOOMBS UEIUGIÒN.  -- » iiTdii».. j-i»--.., ."mpetrcct thom^ofvoa’^oODpîîïg'JI^  { Hpiritufil feUowship.  Bat we need not enlarge, 'May w^c all bo üpai^ tho imistako of resting in a rootless re* Bxc^angit,  ligionl^  i  REUQION >AN)0'liiFIßEtilT V.  Thçrê is u gre.it deal of this In the world ; spritighig up readily, proniisiiig hopefully, but wit'hcriijg K[iotidIly. “Sotno fell upon:stiiwy  , , ,1.    II    r i > £>;'Í) ace.H whoro thoy Imd not wuoK eiirtlï ; and  depended tin no small luoasuru the .safety ,of-' ‘    i    w j  . iurthwith they sprang up, bccausojlhey bW  tho enliroj positiot», aud ' su tlioryuglily did this oonsciioUsuc.Ha inoito jjvo'ry offiycr and iriftu to disohuVgO-his wliolo duty, tlmf the ovol’wheliuinii force of tho ODomy conbl nov-cMiUccccd in gaining un inch witbin tlie bounds of thoir fucbly foitil»''d i)uart(*rH.  One of tho gi’Ciit wants of tbo .chnrcb is this realisingj^onsu of individual ro.4pónsibil-ity. ' ’ Thò 'iuuìiH of (jburcb juouibers du not fool thsir rcsponsibilily, thoy tnko but littlo interest in the affiUrs of ti»e chtweb, noglect tho chureh »nectiugs and Kocial vvor.iliip lor buainosa. Tho burduu of KUHwiining tiie minister, thu Sabbath .School and tins prayer meetings fulls on a few self-sacrilicing »netn-bers. If every meiriher of tho Oliurcb of Chri.it were ioipvcæed with ti Bcn.xo ol personal respoiJòibiiity equal t^> the bnivo boroe;« in Luckijow- it witiibl revolutionise the ohiuob and glorious vietoiies would bo aeliiuvcd to the glory of Qod.  TiiTiThii'.  “When a Htlle child it' tlüiHty for it« mother’« broast, it will i»ot keep biUiUeo; no more will rt obild of Ijod who in tbirnly— Thirst will lead you to the secrct well, wliore you may draw uii.HCon the living water. U  will It'iid also to united prnyer. If the town wcre in Wantof water,ntid tbir.st Klaring every man in tho face, would you not tneet with one another, atid consult ami help to dig new wells? Now »ho town is in want of grace; jiouls are pc»'Í8lñiig for luek of ¡I, and Vi'U, VourKelvcH, are huigui.'ihing. (Jh, meet lo pray."  no doopnoas uf earth ; and wbopu tbosun was up, they wor«;HCot'ohod/aud boeauaè tboy bad ; no ryot, thoy^witlierod >wi»y.” > i- 8uch, for oxumplc, is tlio »follgion of m«ro mnutioti;' iho r«Ugio»-of ‘‘good feeling,^ and e:u4Ìly awskent’d sonsibilities Tbo emotional naturo of somo persons scorns to .Ho mainly upon tho BurfaOQ of thoir souL4, ¡Jiko a ooyer-ing of light, sandy .'Soil upon; an* iindcrlyiiig jook, easily »itirred, readily i*ooeptive, biit fur-ni.jliingneither depth nor Bu^taDoo for tbo rooting ot the'seed. Very hopol\il òasoS LhoHO ofleii are, to all iipiicarance. At times, eapooiiilly, it seems iwouderlully easy do them    They ban weep and they cah~  j roj-i'.ee, it imiy be, with c<iual facility-; under ! favoring annpi^e.H, thcri aro m^uc who i brighter ])romiso than they; but tho diffi-ouUy is, tho    is Wanting. Thoy lack  btability «tul endurance. “These bàvè no root, whióh for à while boliove, but In lime of temptation, '’fall way.” , To have gòod feelings, is doubtless a good thing, but totòvo ^ ihit heAvi i\U((hlliiheii with grace,” is still tho needfid thing.  There ìh also a religion of    whiili  iruiy eo»ne ui»der tho same general head. Men jnay “patrotiiit^” the.gospèl, for the sake of thu relation it bear.«» U> their own personal in-terest, and they may thus makOa vor^supe»'-tioitvl estimate oí tUo vortldf Üíe, rctíeíve  Shoùtd ,tbo .putiisbtneiîtis of anoíbor life, be whab we hav^bttt too j|iuch re«n)n to fear they willb^jpilà^ w^d? ;çàn. then express tho foUy-of .aun Shofi aro d^i*-daya in this world, »nii'Soou'thoy.shtt|! ox|yre;^ should religion at liist provo a tnqro deceit) wo know the woi’stof it} it is an for,.which wo cxumot suffer atW doatIf ;'nor will tho infidels there Itavo the ploaBuroto rcproach us with out: luiatako : tbey and «e, tucqmd rest, shall sloop tbo. r1«bp of doatb. ¡  'IBut, ahciuld our hopM, and their fears, prov« true : should thejt bo ao unhappy as not to dio foi'ovet—whioh.misçrablo bopoiis the only coiufijrt that infidelity affurda-~what puiua and tonnonta nitwt|boy iT^en underj|o? Oouid, 1 reprosont to yojt tha difforeçit Atajes of good aw'i won j could I give you tjho prospect whioh tho bl'^med martyr Stephjcn had. and show you tho blca^d Jesus at ifho right band of God, surrotiùdcd witU angels, and the spirita of jual niea tuado perfvict) oguld 1 open your oani to hear the never-ooaslng liyjuna of pmtae, while the bl«»»cd iibòve alrig U> bltii that was, anrd is, and Is to Oüßio t To the fcaÁib that wás ebud, butllvcth forever i oottld I lead you tl^ugb tho un-bouudod rogtona uf etotnál daÿ, and show you tho mutioai a^ evsri'btooming joys u{ saints who aro al nttt IVotn their labor, t^nd llvv^ iarovér in the prc9i^<^of Qod: ^d eould I , ohango tha atiene, ¿nd unbar. ^ gatt'* of bell, and carryyòtt thraiigb aqlbi darkness, to tbo llro ' that llover gaos (^V an^ worm tliafcii never dies ; cpiuld I ahow you the apostate apgels Imit bound in eternal abui»:*, òr tho aoiila of wioked, u^on, uverwhclmcd \vlth tqrmont and deispaîr ; eonid I opef» yon» oára to hoar the doop groan ib^-dti with thii continual oriei of miiery?--cri<^ * which can nover roach the throne of;n»eri?y,. but retiu u lu sad ^hoéi, and add even to tbo very hor rora of hoUj could I thus set befprii> you ilio dlfforént onda of reUgiou aud intldwliiy, you would want uttA>thor proof to coiiivinco you, that noUiiug oau vocompcnse tho haaard men run of being forever mi9or,dde through un bolt if. But, though nèltiior tike tongues i í men, nor of angols, oan express the joy- ot hoavon, 01* describo the piiiiis of hell ; vet, ii there be any truth In religion, theí^o thin-in aro üèi'tain and near at hañd.^-^/Vnm du-tpfìHatfi of ThoiHti* Sfic:rh>^k\ iJÍ¡¡hop   

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