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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner and Advocate (Newspaper) - January 24, 1857, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPresb Lili Terian Banner vol a it no 18� a byte rift atm ate vol Xix no 13 i one testing is needful a a one thing have Laid Mckinney editor and proprietor. Publication office Gazette building fifth Advance. For the week ending Saj univ l0��?~ the Saviour willing. To a �1 request Quot in. Banner and Adun Cate Ember 2u/a. ,. Dear ,.you�?Tve done your utmost. Nest strove your soul to save t us parents Ever praying a in Piave done for y Outle find your etl Orts a Kutlesa. Your labors Are but Stu the More you Loob and Trust plum1 the More you Feci Yow pain., a to Guj and frankly Tel. Him. ,. A. L him ally a beyond your Power to you re sinful vile Pul helpless can never inmate von pure. You be grieved ins lose and mercy. Quot refused to floras will by sin you the still unable a or can his Law old Lei. a. A i jul task himself to save you a a the Sake of Christ ins son a it. A fulfilled the lava we be broken. 4,lie suffered in our he knew our sad condition i Neer had left his throne Ely now he offers Pardon. Fed Liis blood can Well atone. Ould you mourn that god has spared you re you not born ? Ere was nothing then could save l the blood of Christ that blood is freely offered i is willing stiff you know Bugh your sins should lie like Crimson i Gnu make them White As Snow. Feu could Trust a dying infant. I a Cove Nant keeping god and believe head cleanse and save it Ife Rouglin the great redeemer a blood. I to Riper years he a spared you then believe his loves the same a Itou May go to him for Pardon and you a ii live to Praise his name. For the presbyterian Banner and advocate. Religion a a letters to a for mid on the doctrines and duties 08 the Birle. Letter Iii a god and his Law. A the lord is our . A xxi 22. In dear Friend a la my last i spoke of the existence the personality and perfections of god and especially of his Ness. Now this pure and holy being i glorious lord god the infinite the Eter the incomprehensible Jehovah is our be and lawgiver. Eternal rectitude is Law or lie is a Law unto himself fori is no Law out of himself by which he a a verned his own nature is his Law and Quot Given us a Law which is a perfect a script of is own character a Law die fed by his own holy nature and adapted. He nature and wants and circumstances aant a Law growing out of and based the nature of god and of his Crea is and the relations which they sustain him and to each other this Law is holy i and Good it requires Only what is readable and right and forbids Only what is furious and wicked. Obedience tit would glory to god and hip press to Man d it always been obeyed Earth would have i a Paradise and m in an Angel incarnate a disobedience has made Earth the Vest i of hell and Man an incarnate Devil i the Law of god is a Tsuio Marylj compre ded in the ten . A ques. 41. A these enjoin and regulate Rautia to god and to out fellow men of Bench the sum of these ten command its is found in the two great comm and Siove to god and Man for love is the Sling of the Law and thou Sliaut love lord thy god with All Oliy heart Fin d Lull Tylij soul and with All thy strength and Tail thy mind j and thy neighbor As thy Quot of. Xiii 10 Luke 27 Matt �?40. The ten commandments you read in sex. 1�?17. Is the moral Law. This is the Law of be at lawgiver a Law of love a Law pm out of our relations to god and to other and of course binding on All ending for Ever it is binding just is fes the relations on which it is based or As Long As we Are gods creatures sustain relations to him and to each As such. 01 course it is binding As s the world stands As Long As god is and we Are men and women. In its pie it will be binding even m the fun i world though some of its specific re ments will of course cease when this is no More. God is our creator and in creatures of god Here in this world is and Ever will be our lawgiver and is Bis Law the ten commandments in f xxx 1�?17, the sum of which is love pm the two great commandments in Luke this is the Law of god binding von and irom obligation to obey it in never be free. While god exists of i his Law must be your Law Iford our lawgiver and your a my Friend if conscience could speak it would cry guilty Yea it does speak and it condemns you. You feel guilty. Your own heart charges you with guilt and if your heart condemns you god is greater than your heart and Kuo Weth All things Rry a. John Iii 20. Yes god condemns you and his Law condemns a you. It charges you with guilt and pronounces its curse against you Gal Iii know my Friend it is not to distress you that a Toms write., it a is Only feat you May look at yourself and see yourself Are. It am sure Yog wish to know the. Worst of yourself you wish to moral disease that you Quay the great for spiritual then what ,1 say,.and Ponder you belong to a fallen race. Yout first father sinned and you were born a child of Wrath and an heir of . Ii 1-3. Your heart is depraved. A your nature is corrupt spa the. Corruption of your n a t a a by t in your life. Thus , approved the sin of your first father. A chem you have made itys Ujj it bras also and thus you Are. Personally , an inherent corruption ofnature., and voluntary transgression of a up do to . You Are,. Yea a double go it. Rests a upon you the guilt of Adam s first sin imputed the consequent corruption of your nature and the actual and voluntary transgressions of the Law thia your nature. Here is the a a sinfulness of that estate whereunto you Are fallen a a the guilt of Adams first sin the want of original righteousness and the corruption of your whole nature which is commonly called original sin together with All actual transgressions which proceed from it a and which have been flowing from it Ever since you were born. And Here is the a a the misery of your fallen state a communion with god is lost you Are under his Wrath and curse and so made liable to ail of this life to death itself and to the paws of hell forever. For a every Siu desert ctr gods Wrath and curse both in this a life and that which is to come a Ash catechism ques 18, 19, 84this then my. ,.is your present condition. A sinner guilty and miserable conscience condemns you the you god condemns you , pronounced Bis sentence upon you and his sentence is just the Sinneth it shall die the wages of. Sin. Is death a pm 4, Ilam vi.,23 it this is , sinful and condemned. And now what will Aqil do ? you. Do what can you do sinful and condemned what can you do think of a these questions and. Read Fez Xvi rom Vish cat., .ques.,84r-87 and. Hymn,198, of our psalms and hymns till i write again Adieu yours As Ever. For tie presbyterian Banner a nil advocate. A a a hints on Sabbath schools. No i a it is very Well known that Robert Lelaikes the great founder of Sabbath schools contemplated quite a different object from that which is now aimed at by this institution. He sought to furnish the elements of Secu Lar education As read we writing and pm is a w your Rule of life it is the i it of your cat quest a have you obeyed this Lay ? my dear fend let this question coma Home to your science have Jou obeyed the Law blk at it think of it compare yourself a Ith it Lay your heart and life along Side of j kids holy Lay and see where you stand to a in relation to that Law. Have you kept it ? have you obeyed it perfectly and con i stantly and without one. Failure t Pau sri now and think 1 examine yourself to Wil a a Ling to know the worst of yourself. Take each of the ten commandments and examine yourself by it. I need Ripe repeat them you Oan turn to sex. Xx., or catechism and enter upon the Examina Idri. And com Pari son or you can take the Stem. Of these in the two great commandments of the Law in Luke x 27, find com Para yourself with them. Love to god supreme love Lorie with All the heart soul strength anti min a has Thig pervaded your heart from infancy up of a has it controlled you life ? is it now it Ever been visible in your while deportment ? and then love to Man love to your As to yourself has that had a place within you 7 if been Manifest with Litaud around you to spec a plainly As in How you would Bare me an4 i ask ban Lori to god and Mari governed arid conf toll cd your heart and life i4 a u geography to such As were unable to attend upon such privileges during the week and thus to Rescue from utter ignorance the masses of children and youth especially m i great cities. A Iii was rather a ragged school Enterprise confined to the destitute and aiming at secular but As often occurs in gods Providence a he struck out a new idea which in its Fuller development has so overstepped the first intention As to be scarcely recognized Quot As springing from this source 1 the great thought was instruction on the lord s Day for the destitute. The great defect of the plan was m its Lack of an exclusively religious aim. The Sabbath was indeed a Day it for All kinds of Christian Well doing especially for such Christian works and labors of love As Are Best done on that Day certainly then for such Christian shanties As could not be done on Ady other Day. But the Sabbath naturally assimilates the work to itself lays its claim for a strictly Sabbatis Lamorand hence if instruction is fit to be Given on that Day demands that it be Sabbath instruction this therefore was the change effected in the natural working of events. And god in his wonderful Providence a prop ated the plan to the High Puric amp is of is Church. The instruction of the Sabbath school became More strictly Sabbatis until this institution has become a Gigantic apparatus in the churches hand for the instruction of her children. A but i or Ishom Are sabbat ii schools to be conducted ? Here it is maintained by Many that the Sabbath schools should be mainly if not exclusively for the destitute for such Only As enjoy no privilege of religious instruction at Home. Many pious members of the Church decline to teach in Sabbath schools where the children of the Oji urch Are gathered and co triad that sic it a As they ought to be taught at Home have no claim to a Sabbath school Mastru Tiou. A Mathis is plausible if the position be a sound one Many of our most flourishing Sabbath schools would be disbanded and All those valuable influences which arc there exerted upon the dear ones of our own household would be lost but the Objet Tion is often made and must be met let us consider i to fit relation of tbs Sabbath spool to the baptismal ordinance a in i baptism the professing Parent pre. Sents the child before the. Ohurie Hymand covenants to bang it up in the nurture and admonition of the lord. This solemn. Vow parental instruction. A and As we shall presently. of instruction which none1 other Cam give and a duty which none other can perform m the Parent s Stead. Yet is not the git urea Quot a Quot party m the baptismal ordinance ? does not the whole transaction Harry with it the Church s obligation to watch Over this one of its own membership an do its part in securing the Assumption of these vows by he child when it shall attain discretionary ��9w> this be so. And it follows from couts Bole theory of the relation of baptized Cidre As in this very set both school institution to. True this a a not of itself enough pastoral visitation and Vutech Tco st t 1 r n d Oal instruction irom the pastor Are the Good old ways of on presbyterian fathers which we Are bound to inquire for and walk in so far As is. Practicable. But Here also is furnished a most a singularly convenient method of systematic instruction under the very Eye of the Church and by her own direction. The Ireat advantages of it must be that it is habitual and frequent that it is compact in its arrangement and it not scattered and that As is most fit it recognizes ,upon. The special attention of the Church in the appointments of the lords Day. A True from thia doctrine As we , of the Sabbath Sohol t should. Be no Hap Hazard a matter and. That the .teachers., not Ibe thei Mere Chance volunteers who May come along without reference to character or skill or soundness in theft Ith. True also it results from this View that the prevailing a theory of., Sabbath schools . Faulty and that Whoie no Tipne of the . But Iet the Chii Roh then Vabre to a proper Useto this great agency., a1. Let the pastor he. Found looking after this department of the lord s House As involving fundamental and,.vital interests in his work. It May fairly be said that no pastor can exert a proper influence in his congregation if he fail to conciliate the interest of it the children and youth. Or. Miller used to a charge his students to pay particular a attention. To this a Bra Neh of every household us the Avenue to the parents heart the pastors presence and countenance if Only a few moments on the Sabbath morning moving among the classes and speaking a kind word to the children Here a and there or to All from the superintendent a desk will greatly. Promote his an fluence and usefulness these Little ones will carry a Home the messages he gave them and they will be glad of his Ftp idly per Sonal recognition and he that this is no child a play rth there the seed is sown in. The tenderest richest soil the great Shepherd said with deep his use of terms a feed my lambs a a Well As a a Shepherd my,ghegp.�?� give the lambs of the flock who Are Soj it a Tobe the flock itself the food that is fit for them and give it to theto.-?i6era.i/,-As they require. A and 2 the Church is to have in charge the ,.and\.vm/tmctsegnfiiofdherfjdb Bath school so that it Halle a Mace of training in the doctrines and duties of gods House. Instead of the wholly irresponsible management to which a this Quot Elet Centary do apartment is often theft to the embarrassment of the minister and often to the erection of a hostile interest the Church All the apr Poi fitments should be either directly by the session Rounder their Linn mediate com Nancei and control i will not say that every teacher ought to be a truly converted person for often the soundest Doet nne Fin a be earnestly taught by1 those who Haye no. Personal experience of a gospel truth but i will say that every teacher in the Sab Bath school ought to be. Well instructed the doctrines of the gospel add of Good moral character and moral influence As representing those doctrines before his Clas and 3. Let the elders and members of the Church who thus directly responsible for the training of the Bapt tred children visit the school , Well. And show by their presence and countenance and assistance that they value it As a great Agency for the glory of the master would not any such High View of the Sab Bath school As a primary school of the great Church. University Lead to a a Mote Liberal efforts on the part of the members ? Yould it not bring out those who Are Well instructed As in Quot duty bound to do their part m the i training of the Youthful membership would it not Lead to replenishing1 of the Sabbath school Library and to All suitable exertions for the Comfort of Tel Chers and scholars 7 and would it not result from such an association of the Sabbath school with the baptismal covenant that the Chil it Dren of the Church now so commonly Rte elected by the Church and hence so Oom i Only disowned As a Hough having no claim upon its services would be looked u Pon in a , As the lords Hittle ones who Are not by any Means to be Quot offended ? 1 i we have already gds a far enough in this investigation to show Quot that it is As Gross an terror to release the Church , because of the parents duty As it is to re lease sch Parent because of Quot the duty of the i Church. And it is As in Lyons a practical Blunder to throw the whole task upon the i Parent to. The exclusion school age it is to a throw the whole work upon the Sabbath school to the exclusion of the Parent. appear from the fore going that the Sabbath school is not alone nor mainly for the it destitute a and a a that the first obligation of the Church is not to those without its Bounds but to those within its Pale is not a great duty to her baptized children demanded just in this direction i and Doe s not god clearly show m his gracious1 ingathering to her commit not i from a the Sabbath school that he regard sights m connexion with the pious Domestic Irole As the Nursery of the Churchy and Renot the sad departures of her baptized children from her Faith Abd worship traceable in a great degree to the neglect of faithful family a and Sabbath school trainings Muju a a a -1 by i a. Lor the presbyter ii a Banner . A suggestion., _ or. Editor among my people i have frequently observed great deficiency As to cd Fiji the formation of various theological subjects both theoretical and practical 7 and although every faithful minister labors to give distinctive a arid Clear views on every subject Fie discusses in the pulpit Aud at Quot the Quot fire Ide still help is needed by books Ana papers of a a religious character so that if possible,1 All Wiir people May by the roughly instructed a a in the Good word of life a and have read with great pleasure the Many 1 excellent articles con tamed in your useful paper Abd a have been especially gratified recently m a Reading the remarkably Good essays of baptism by your correspondent l n d so scriptural so Clear so powerful and conclusive that an f one of common sense not blinded by prejudice must see by a careful perusal of them that the Pedo Bajit rits Harie the very1 Besic reasons a of Tifei Quot practice t a so Brj he has done admirably Ifim my Hub Uble Quot opinion a a in a Jef Yould if fit to by a a Ood Semoe fir that Gentl Finan doctors Elliott Jacob Pri Lunier ourself and Quot of Herh to to unify i Jan for a i iji41 a 0 a a i id Quot Liq have one article say practical subject Jor questions tor discussion t 1. What is Huu Dlf Depra if what is the Way of d�lpwt��h�1? is conviction Legal and regeneration repent a Feitler Job amp of. ? thus persons-., Loru cd sinners and greatly Bon fitted and ii would have variety great interest would i the Banner and adv and none can Tell the might be effected lie the great and extensive waked up throws by the admirable our a religious exper Iea be said those essays Ard and if the people a read neither would they ref Roy others. To Feis it May be Eph it Fabat they do read them where they Are possessed in Book form but How Verv few. . Have them i and there is to thousands would read i never seen or. A. S. At them. Let the not Tell serious add prayerful there be an agreement As i have named should be adopted i be the result la of to believe that amp essays who have who never will see alien be taken into Isider Tiou. And let Long such Brethren if such a course it great too 1 May Quot h. Correspondent. Country and town a and cattle show i Bill chm Church ser issues Public he a science doing Honor to up the Slava misers the lesion an Netos from China a erection of 1 Oie Tant a and spiritualism nth postscript. Hec 93 1856and extent Hay Leonor the great ring the last fort Gese from the fens hire Suffolk a a at1 up to town in Dveirin Gre cers have been a a piles of fruit Ery the Large assistants Are / sup Rily. Their cos Jit r the a Public ave been making i Over London and. To presents tip y sends its carts the metro a. Sas souvenirs of if beholds Havo i Firo urfa thei from our lond preparations for Christ a the great cattle. London Poulterer vices the Nat my caption of or. Pm missions Central Trade and the British 1 missions turkish miss tract society Appeal ism m a a a the Skeleton advert Lon wonderful in Natl been the Preparative Christmas festivities might turkeys and and lowlands of Lim sex a have tie ii a Courtless numbers decking their Amdo boxes and tempt of Spuit brokers with piling till Midnight toilers All Over the re. Cd a a and wine Mercati a pm hampers to Dispain the provinces wifi parcels delivery eve where m and Olis with boxes and affection. Mistresses my Den a therm thei preparing the car a boiling of which al a. Considerable period the group of juvenile expectant Rich m the Hopes of the future is a pleas my and suggestive spectacle in connexion with that family life which forms thes great Conse Ivai Tive element of this nation it 1 a vain would .it,.be to attempt a description of Christmas As it in town and country. Your own Washington Irvng in his a sketches by Geoffrey Crayon ahas Given the most vivid and truthful pc Ture of an English Christmas that twas Ever written it is impossible thread it without feeling the heart a glow ,witfi�?olthegenial., warmth which tbs a sin Mspi-res.1 the coming Home of Young people from Soho of a the grand , a cml a of beef and All other appurtenances of the feast the blazing dog. On. The Hearth or the ,fires.,the Pendant Mist Lew Bough and the innocent hilarity among the Young people which1 it promotes on a night so privileged these with a the ample provision. Made for cottagers farm servants decayed householders and even for of our Union work he us who Are generally feasted that Dayon a roast beef and1 Plum Pidding all1 come a out every year in connexion with Christmas with stereotyped fullness and generosity Ron monday week last i paid a visit to the hew cattle Market which was opened at Copenhagen Fields Islington by the corporation of London two years ago. A that Day was the a Rand Market before Christmas. Quot thither a ranged Lavast aim i Bers and a a in streets a As one writer says Are brought fat oxen from every part of the kingdom As Well As from the continent of Europe. There. Werek upwards of seven a thousand oxen and More than sixteen thou Sand sheep at Market. The spectacle As i viewed a from i Tower Wasi Nosb striking. Tie Eye after sweeping round the horizon and taking a Highgate Hamp Stead and the Surrey Hills but trying m j Vaoifi Ito Pierce the smoke Hichi a hovered Over and shrou3e,d,-thei-domre�?T.of st. J faults came Batteto ithe scene immediately a below t crojrd8 9? cattle and flocks of sleep were being driven out of the Gates j while the bark of. Drovers dogs came a up a print the Dar Mif Gieh with the hum of1 thei j bargaining voices of fat graziers and Adi j pose butchers a i i o a Jall this had been preceded by a grape annual cattle show at. The Baker Street j Bazaar where the a Duke of Ricly Morid arid the Couf itry so fires were present in a Force while thousands of spectators defiled through j the Bazaar now pausing a before some naughty j of who by Olifta Jose has been helped opera re toward that ponderous ultimatum Tow Hieb hot j has at last attained. Then come pens filled j with sheep the fat Southdown the Blaek j faced quarters .but,1in addition to collections of j Cochin China and Dorking fowls the won Der of the show Are the. Fat pigs., fat a did i say ? j Why a they Are literally1 eyes and a head-1�?T Alan Betm immersed it in a their Sowri i obesity while their Large ears fall curtain i Jite Over them Lre Fidy closed Eye Fiat thorough fat contented somnolence j this surely must be a a the ehg a Elysium,�?��?T1 a a a la by cd of All a came the is it land butchers shops with their prize meat oxen and Bullocks a decked with Gay Ibbons and the geese and turkeys Pendant from poles ius front Rineh Hoe umma at get. With jets of Gas. He s a a i have,.Aid,. To thing of churches town and country Hung round with j Holly nor a it i a try Cut Arian a Salt st Quot a adorned i j 1 a w l Flor of Ishri Mommy a ame then fid added to thy Many crowns receive y it one the Crown Oto All the Earth whoa who alone Ari worthy the Public reception of or. Livingston at freemasons Hall on tuesday last furnished one of the most Gratifying scenes which it has been my lot to witness. The Earl of Shaftsbury was in the chair the platform wag crowded and the Hall was filled by the friends of the London missionary society. The peculiarity of the Day was the homage openly paid by science to christianity As its great Pioneer and its Best Friend. A sir Roderick Mure his on the president of the Royal geographical society and sir Henry Rawlison whose name has a world wide reputation in connexion with he i successes in deciphering the cuneiform characters on the assyrian marbles were both a pro sent. Both Bote their willing testimony to the extraordinary merits and services of doctor Livingston. The traveler is. A Scotchman and the indefatigable. Perseverance of dug of the 8ons of Caledonia has never perhaps been so thoroughly tested. He performed a journey across the entire continent of Afir Ca from West to East. Twenty seven different times. Was he seized with fever and seven times was Hern imminent danger of. Losing his life. He a had been a missionary m Southern an of not for from the be Chuana of entry where the illustrious Robert Moffat Laboured fit such extraordinary results he Ijas been sixteen. Years absent from Veng Lauc. He returns bronzed and somewhat work with a dark moustache on his upper lip and with a Well knit Hardy Frame about five Teet eight inches in eight his aspect is modest. His Eye mostly rests on the ground and when he Rose to speak after eulogies heaped upon my by suck eminent men As Shaftsbury Murchison raw Hanson and Vaughan president of the Lancashire a Flege with a great assets ably rigid go zip As one a Man to cheer and Welcome him his whole Demeanour. And address were Markel amp of True scrims Ando the that Iha american treat society win of forget the claims of that vast Field. Let it be clearly understood that missionaries in China can far More cheaply prepare tracts than any Home society could do. Protestantism seems to be reviving in Bohemia and other provinces of the austrian Empire Largo numbers having been led through the oppressive character of the concordat with Rome to apply for admission to the lutheran Church. It is most probable that there is not much spirituality in the movement but it May be the commencement of important changes in a Lana where Jesuit persecution seemed to have trodden out finally the fires once kindled by John Hub and Jerome of Prague we have some keen disciples of 1 Regeta Mammy in England at these chit tin 8 times it is hard to realize the truth of this or indeed at any time of the year to believe it among this carnivorous people. Nevertheless John has some strange children who deny that Providence Ever intended a flesh to be a the food of Man and with the permission there Anent Given to the secon Tather of the world they still deny that they savor of infidelity in their Quot teaching. It they insist moreover that by the disuse of animal food diseases Are diminished m num Ber and severity which would be quite. True if it were the More sparing us of flesh meat i press file that both in England and America a with Large classes am a Mal food is a cd to an excessive extent. There is a vegetarian festival held once a year at freemasons Hall London the preparation of which1 must give some trouble r a to the Cooks of Ian Estah Schmedt where the flesh am fowl have qing been throwing up Theip Savouring doors fro i the Ampf amp kitchens on. The nostrils of the . \. I once sat Ide by Side at a lord meters feast in the london�?T1, to Lisej Tveith minister who had adopted ,--,.Aud-, while it and i other a hts Mility of a a go to sub by Redferin a a a Abri v he i a ,1neh Valtz a a me Aid from the portuguese whose settler. Mentse Africa Are numerous found the name of England As the Friend of the Black Man and the opposer of the slave Trade a Talisman of protect Chou in the very heart of the . There is no doubt that the slave Trade although a not suppressed is yet largely a repressed by the British cruisers the result is the extinction m a Large measure of the wars of assault. Au<1. Resistance consequent upon the predatory attacks on the peaceful tubes with a View of putting them on Board slavers and transporting them to other countries As slaves besides this Many of the slave merchants in. The found their traffic so full of risk and loss that they have been obliged to turn their attention to to ithe �cultivation1 of the soil. Commerce Genji christianity the latter made Welcome living Stone a Healing Power As a physician have now a path opened up for Thrim. Heu fudged also Quot under the As try a oms re Roy amp a at the Cape of Good Hope per pious to his departure on his great expedition he to thus enabled to take accurate solar observations and science Jwill now be supplied with an. Accurate map of what hitherto has been a Black spa cd before he eyes of the geographer at the a Royal geographical society the reception of the enthusiastic there is much to encourage the Hope that t science is be a coming in great Britain Niobe and More h handmaid of religion. A a a Livingston a wife was on the platform one indeed a a help meet for such a Man. She. Had parted . From the noblest motives and years wore away As with her children around her her heart was agitated Quot with Hopes and a fears,1 as1 to whether Abie would Ever see my again but the daughter of Robert Moffat had a Stout heart and Strong Faith too. An d when in freemasons Hail a whole Assembly of the Best of the people of England Quot to e to do her husband Honor and when she herself referred to very beautifully by the i foible chairman received the warmest tokens of affection nue sympathy ii Niay be Well imagined that her of pitas full a l a a a i must not forget toi add a that sir h. Raw som a paid a special to Buteff Admira a m w pm. J. A j a a a a a i. 1� a a a a j t a a a to. Re and f i id it Sef Evring to turkish missions afresh letter Havid up in Avn Iii Rry of i a i j7/- Ofa a 1. -.1 11. Ftp a a Prev h. Jones Ope of the a or Tenius of the London Aid society who is now travelling Over the scenes where or Dwight a labors tand those of his fellow Masid navies have1 been so Milch by esp Csc is letter which read a Fet says ago in was written As he floated Down the Tigris on a raft he had deceived the greatest attention1 in is to Ujj and candied carrots to5 a Gether witty the usual dessert fruits he seemed rather out a of place there j a but he was quite fanatical Ion the subject of vege Tananis passed Over from. Evangelism to Socin Ianis. The vegetarians have their organs at the press in a amp a of these i read one Day a Long letter with the signature of a a a re formed Annibal a gravely attached a a these quixotic notions Are perhaps to be sensed to idiosyncrasy. Perhaps also it is partially to Ibisi cause we1 Are to Trace the existence a and propagation of spiritualism so called i which last i observe is being introduced from the United states into London its publications containing communications from the. World of spirit the debt remedy for All a nonsense and Quot for All heresy is to teach the Young the May Euline theological utterances of that glorious old Blok the Bible and to teach them systematically in our families by the help of the West master catechism. Presbyterian gov emment accompanied by the old tbsp Elk permeating and pervading a Mationg a intellect conscience a and heart is sure to make that ration great t not Long since appeared in a morning paper the for Pung advertisement j gentleman desirous to .�5u avoid the horror stand indignity of banal wis Boato us Post of his body , to some person qualified to make Good Epli rations. Quot being Tib Enlar and the the Bones will be found Well marked and developed. Address Post paid l-i148�o�t.alj�?� 82-Northumberland place Bay Awater. A a. A whether this was the proposal of a Man in Earnest or an attempt to a a raise the wind i by some Speculator on the possible credulity of Bome or surgeon it is certainly Cuno sity. Most of. Us would prefer to lie in the. Bosom of Mother Earth Efen with All the a horrors and my Liam tip a of burial a rather than be Inadi skeletons a of 1 but to raise a Little Cash on the a a reversion a of our life a policy in this Way is a novel proposal and i suspect comes from one a hard up a and not incapable carrying is Corpus to another clime far from anti a scalpels and anatomical or. Arrowsmith of Liverpool persists in maintaining the Verity of�?T1 his horrible j a tale a about the georgian. Revolve is a and Slaughter on the Railroad a the British con-1 sul near the spot attests the of it it the Diree of of ther Railroad who Contra diets the Story the tithes Wjt Ilfe a Youcob i ing for or a a Sixo Ellet Chariot by relieves i he was and is a a under a hallucination a j the latter has been Long the firm fiend and protector of american missionaries As Many of your a Rea Ders it e aware. Or. Junes desc Cibes Brit i a is delightful Intercourse a with a Jiminian converts and the newly . In theirs is1 all1.the Fervour of -first1 love yet and Ito seems to want fib thing but an ipod ease of labourers to extend the Glt Nous work of a the lord wide and far the news irom China As to Mission there is encouraging. Archdeacon Cobbold of Ningpo informs the committee of Jour f a tract Losis two Harvy a a gftfaml1 a to firs of Ito the Interior fiut amp by a l of we la pm to Iii of hitherto ignorant i Osithe i a qut Estepp be0t be Liat i ppm. And his officers on Board the Resolute the Captain addressed to her a polite and Manly spe�oh1 the qu�eln1 expel used heir nmn a Jand the Captan a slayed for the pig in at the Palace of Osborne the Cost of the recent War Are new i becoming1 Public and they Are a frightful 1855the National expenditure i amounted to More than sixty four Milhone Beer liner this1 year it reached or Fey three millions the total land and Beai roes this year Cost forty seven millions. fight i a dr.,. A a a a a i i my or preparing tto fight be must a says the a 2w�$, a a calculate on Early much as1 mrs defraying All thai expenses of a he Home. Government a add to this this Twenty Light Millys spent if payer people thah Ever and my st in the present a state of the world pay heavy Biford Ouri Posi &9p the pm ferns Var Jaq is and or it with greater an unmixed evil _ How la we play a seat Merit hour the people that Deligh fifi war1�?T Ithie a o .i>�81 a to Delight a in of a he Iez it a my we a i backed by France seems intent oing to War with Switzerland with regard to Neuchatel 1 a a the Confer Nee at fins for the final settlement of the lol Grad and serpents Island dispute will assemble in a few Days. It is considered certain that the decision will be against Russia. 1 j a fat sat i a la Niilus. It is a singular fact thai when the Indian swears he swears in Quot English. There Are no oaths in the Indian vernacular a Henry Iii. Of England used to say to iat be would rather Converse one hour with god m prayer than hear others speak of him for ten a Chard a knowledge when Wisdom is too weak to a 11 guide her a 5 is like a Headstrong horse that throws the rider w a the passions like heavy a bodies Down Steep lulls once in motion move themselves and know no ground but the Bot Topij Fuller. Hindi Mikei mar broken heart rejoin or deter Mihu a a before it baud we/ravely1 pee a tend a to a ask the opinion Aud thoughts of a Friend should his differ from ours tence we pity his want of Gopf judgment and a j sense a a but if he Falls into and flutters our plan we really a do think Kirn a sensible Man. A text a How can i Tell whether i ams a real Christian who can truly say. Quot that he seeks to every Tyiee Mccre Fafian in anything �0 obey him Here and to enjoy his pro eme hereafter,7 is the prevailing desire we. A heart a a that his chief sorrow is that he love eff a him no More and. Serves him no better a sufi a person needs no other eve Denee. That his heart is changed and. My sins a forgiven. Animals go rightly according to the ends of their Crea Tion when they Are left to themselves a they follow their instinct and Are Safe but it is otherwise with Man the ways of life Are a palsy ninth for him Lus infancy does not stand Mote in need of amp mothers care than is moral a and a it Eben to pal faculties require to fee a unteed and fostered and when these Are left tto a Rve for want of Nutriment How greatly More deplorable is Hisey Ndia in than that of the beasts the bread of , Uncle Sam How did Yogi like the ser Nofi to Day a a Well Marse Tom the a truth of the a business Isi jes tvs. When i goes to Hureh i Loyes to see. The preacher take the a bread a of life and break a it up in Little and Hen Pui these pieces on different shelves Sorrie high1 and some flow amp thay the smallest child in Christ can get his piece and the a highest Man of god can a get his. Now. When the doctor preaches he takes. The1 whole loaf and puts it Way up yonder where1, no body can get it but himself Quot and Bombe few smart As he is athe True riches a health and the simplest fare if thou Hast -. A a these a a a a a with one Ringle steadfast Friend j a a sons Ciener which thou3081 not fear to kafe 1 1 to the1great searchers Eye Afi that Strong Hope i 1 a whose a Wing never tires even r Over the a i it yawning grave a a a. Go thou thy vay1 thou Art Afi a Einns ror bearing thy a of a a nth a or with thei go thy a Tyr and thank thy god Leo hath bestowed on the a ii n thee a nit. A Oak Iran which Monarch mh5q�w9?i Quot ban . Boyet but in Serai Adi to a or. 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Few formal set phrases polite inquiries or Idle a of other fit five of Satibai not Friend Stop for Iti ii net in coif m on to make a Call on Alady kid Volg he a out and it Liuti bully a great Relief Fin Der any Cinnam stances to hear the wafd a a a not at Homb a Quot and have All the Gre Dpi Marion a off haying Quot per formed a duly Toiveo piety at a the expense of a oni of Btu Ioka a the bored Fiona to Fiji wifi fling Sevfert la symbolic a of msifom1 who oms is few be a in a of icily a a capelin a stitch Isth a Kri Feib i Trancu of society when Ifa Sfeir a �1w�ciqj�san��tliit imn lev a by a Rte teri&ot<afom19of bpm held Ilcau avid i

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