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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner and Advocate (Newspaper) - May 9, 1857, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPresbyterian amp of Tolu Banner vol. Of no. 33. I Rte plan adv cute Vola Xix to As. A one thing is needful one thing have i desired of the a this one thing i whole nos 841 a a a a a a a. I 1 $ Mckinney editor and proprietor. Publication office Gazette building fifth Street above cd Pittsburgh a. J la. Fut add Ftfe Loti Setfa amp i stat Advance. For the week ending saturday a by of 1857. A a a. Log a a a a a Ltd a a a Are 7 a in ,>.jlui1.1i 9 f Ripal Hideg. Quot and yet there is Ero is there room a Dost thou inquire answer in the House of god All who earnestly desire i hear of Pardon bought with blood. I table thou Hast often seen d heard the invitation a come eat the bread and drink the wine could st thou say there was to room f is room within the Saviours arms 0 kindly whispers unto thee be the world and ail its charms a sent poor sinner tuna to mb.11 i the holy spirit too -. Is room for All who wish to come itt not often tried to woo be sinner to a heavenly Home a coffers seat though wide and Long linearly fall and won do st thou Home fit among that wicked throng i a jell thee sinner there there a room. Kin the grave Yard too there�?T8 room Shough this thou rarest not to hear ier thy Bones must shortly Ooms a. By soul before thy god appear. Eds room in heaven 0, blessed thought la this the Christian loves to hear orms of life Are there forgot Wocl shall wipe away each tear. Binner there a another place is where thou May st forever dwell All who slight the offered Grace awful thought there be room m hell Mattie. Hill March 1857. The presbyterian Banner and advocate. Religion a its 10 a Friend of the doctrines and duties of the Bible. Or truth applied. E word of god is Ulok and in 12. Dear Friend a it May be Well now eluding what i have to say on the to of regeneration to pause Here and m application of what has been said i remark that regeneration is a Ange. It is life from the dead it erection Iron death m so to a life Rusness. It so changes the corrupt of Man As to cause him to Delight in w and in the service of god and it Union with Christ and gives a fitness Ven. A great change indeed and Hange you need you must have it Quot h. Yes you must he Horn a i 1�?10. I also see from this ,.How Gnu Are. You Are a sinner by nature entice with no disposition to seek and and no heart to Delight in his ,1 you Are ruined and lost and if ves you to yourself and gives you spirit or if he withdraws his spirit st perish 1 yes sinner you Are and lost this you feel and if god is spirit from you and gives you not heart a heart to choose him and love d serve him you will perish i your Ope is in the Sovereign mercy of god you dare provoke his Wrath and weary out his Grace a a is danger beware i the spirit now and grieved and Hope May never Pon your dark and benighted soul ent upon god and yet resisting his a you also see the necessity of elem if no election no regeneration and Tion. If no Legal Union with Christ substitute and redeemer then to on with him. Election is the Pur generate and save and to suppose regenerates and saves without a absurd. If regeneration is Gudus in it is the execution of gods Pur regenerate and his purpose to re just whom he does regenerate is and if regeneration is necessary e purpose to regenerate is necessary other words election is necessary regenerates any he most propose to and fix on the very persons to he red. This is of Gravity men have no Mclin Tion to or god. If left to themselves All refuse to come to Christ and perish the necessity of election or the Pur regenerate that some May be drawn to and saved. If any Are saved unt be chosen to salvation for they they e regenerated and regeneration is carrying out of the purpose of elec the execution of the Cholee of the Ted to salvation. Does god save none can doubt it. Does he do a to purpose or plan ? it oann�t1 b be save All ? we know he dds or As god saves not All but some is his Purposing to do just what h�1 for the salvation of his people or of Nipom he saves and regeneration is petion of that purpose or doing just Arom All eternity he do. Of acts not without design and his fat Aie like himself eternal. What he he purposed to do from eternity is no partiality in the act neither Ere in the purpose and As he converts in time so he purposed to do it from being and Hose them in Christ before foundation of the world not because Are holy nor on account of any Goodin them for there is none but that might be holy and without blame to him in love might be renewed and lied might be conformed to the if his . I 3�?18 rom. 28�?30. A Ere there not snob a purpose id be converted and none we uld be As the depravity of Roan re tuders duration necessary so it renders a noes the purpose of elect Ion the purpose regenerate and save that some May be Vertex and brought to Christ and saved a be delivered out of the estate1 off so misery and brought into an estate of by a redeemer. None could be saved. You do not object to it. You receive it As True. You believe it. You know All Are not regenerated and that regeneration is the execution of the purpose of election As it is written whom he Foreknew he also predestinated to be conformed to the image of his son and whom he predestinated them he also called that is effectually called effectually or regenerated and whom he called regenerated them he also justified and whom he justified them he also . Viii �?T-8�?39. Hence election ruins none it saves All who Are saved and without it none would be saved. And As we have been the depravity of Man renders election necessary both in its purpose and execution a the Choice to salvation and the regeneration by the spirit and we should rejoice and thank god that any of our fellow men Are from the beginning chosen to salvation through Sanctification. Of the spirit of the truth. 2. Thess. Ii 13, 14 and As Ali Are alike sinful the Choice must be not from any goodness in us but alone from god s free and Sovereign and boundless and unchangeable love. And As it is the purpose of god to save borne and this is the precise Point to which i would Lead your mind now in your anxiety a it in the purpose of god to save sortie a great multitude which no Man can number then Why not you ? yes Why not you he invites you he encourages you to Home his plans and purposes As Well As his promises secure a gracious acceptance to All who do come to him and Why not to you ? the fact that his spirit is moving upon your heart is an indication that he has designs of Merey toward you Here is encouragement come 0 Home embrace Christ believe in him and make your calling Anda so your election sure.�?2. Pet. I 10. We also see the need of prayer on the part of can stains for the spirit. We need his special influences to revive the work of god and convert sinners and god has promised his spirit in answer to prayer and said he would be inquired of by the House of Israel. Fray for the . Xxxvi. 37 Luke i 1�?13.,. And my Friend you also Bee your need of the spirit. It is his work to renew the heart it is by his you must be born again and you must have the spirit or perish you resist the Spint at your a they of Annot serve god and mammon a and the Iovu of the world and the love of god cannot dwell in the same heart. Over these things we have reason to weep. No wonder if after this we Are told in most of our congregational reports a a we have nothing special to present a a a religion is in a Low state a a a no conversions to report of How can it be otherwise 1 when our beloved comes into his Garden to gather lilies and finds it covered with thorns and choked with thistles no wonder if a his spirit a grieved and if it a a he withholds the rain that it Home not upon a in View of these things we have re is amp Nas a ask a Pastora administers elder Sand pm Polej to Ory a a return to lord How long1 a turn us turn us mighty god behold and visit this thy Yea we have reason to repent and do our first works. ,. But a to turn from this View we Are not left to i noun Over desolation1 Only our covenant keeping god has not 1 utterly forsaken Island in the statements and reports of Many of the Brethren we hear his cheering voice that says fear not l am Wilt you be not discouraged i am thy god and which encourages tis to Hope,1 that he will never leave us though for our sins he May hide his face for a Little season. And in this View of our condition we find \ first. He has made the lives of his servants Tobe precious in his sign tip of the Brethren in the ministry a and new have Foeh called to contend with that last enemy nor so far As reported have any of the elder ship Bee taken and among or pm a ply to pestilence a walking in darkness or wasting it noon Day has been allowed Ito Home. A second. Again almost every Church reports a Large and. Increasing attendance on. The Means of Grace both by the people of god and of the world his House a frill especially on the a Sabbath 1 nor is this the Only encouraging sign respectful and Seri Ous attention Mark their attendance. Re Speet for tha ordinances As ordinances of god attention to his word As the word of a tilth Pheere the Brethren to labor in word and doctrine and to Hope that they shall not always a a sow in tears a but one Day return i again in Joy a bringing their sheaves with i. Them a a nay from several of the Brethren Homes the intelligence that already they Are a permitted to reap. Additions have been peril and Yon refuse to ask for the spirit i made to the churches of Crestline marys at your peril ask1, that you May receive seek that you May i 1�?13 Matt Vul 7�?14. Even now the spot May be convincing you of the hardness of your heart and thus showing you that you must have a new heart. It is Nis work to it give a new heart look to him for it or he May be convincing you of the sinfulness of your heart and thus showing Yon that your heart must be changed. It is his work to change the heart look to him for it. Resist not the spirit. Yield to Quot the spirit. Ask god to give you a new heart. Go As you Are now just As you Are with your hard and wicked heart to Jesus Christ and give yourself to him now just As you Are yes now go Toni now he will give you a new heart he will give you a heart of flesh a feeling Loving trusting believing obedient heart just the heart you need yes Christ now. Delay not for now is the Day of Hope of acceptance and of salvation.�?2. Cor. I 2. Think of these things. Read John iii., and Eph. I. And ii. Pray repent believe believe repent Pray flee to Christ and live to his glory read also hymns 74, 78, and 80 and rom. Vi., Vii., and Viii. Charts. Yours truly. For the presbyterian Banner and advocate. Marion presbytery narrative. In presenting a narrative of the state of religion within the Bounds of Fresby Teiry we have to regret that the materials from which it is drawn have not been More abundant. The narratives from the churches presented to presbytery have been less full and specific than could be desired while from several of our hutches no written report and irom others not even a verbal one has been furnished. In these circumstances we find it More difficult to sketch satisfactorily our real condition. Still we find in the materials furnished us reason for varied emotions of gladness and grief Hope and discouragement gratitude and deep humiliation. To present the Darker features of the Pic Ture first in the it reports furnished us the prevailing tone is that of regret and depression on the part of the watchmen on the Walls the ways of Zion mourn not because a a few Home up to her solemn feasts a but because the great master of the feast goes not with them goes not in manifestations of his presence and Power and Light and Sunshine rest not on the Way. As husband Meri in the Vineyard of the lord they complain that a the Vine does not flourish the tender grape appears not the pomegranates Bud not the Mandrake give not a goodly smell and at our Gates All manner of pleasant fruits Are not from some of our churches we Are made to hear the voice of discord Brethren a have fallen out by the Way alienation and divisions exist and gods children seem to have forgotten that a a we know that we have passed from death unto life because we love the Brethren a and that impressive utterance a thereby perceive Yte the love of god because he Laid Down his life for us and we ought to Lay Down our Iive for the in at least one instance this sad state of things has constrained a brother beloved by the divided flock to which he has ministered to ask Preb Bylery to divorce him from his people. Moreover we Are constrained to sorrow Over the Success of the enemy in assailing the Eity of our god by the Force of worldly temptation. While we have no evidence that any dem As has literally turned aside being fond of this present world arid made actual ship wreck of Faith yet the love of the world chills the heart and piety droops1 under its influence. He showed unto our master the kingdoms of this world and the glory of them but on his holy Boul tempt a Tion had no Power. Not so his people they Are of the Earth earthly and though born of the spirit the world allures them in our heaven favored country the very a blessings of god become in the hand of Tho enemy a successful temptation to forgetful . The which riches of Are,to.er�as9tl�ionly stimulates our depraved Ville Milford Centre York Winniman Marsailles Richland Brown and Buey rus with perhaps some others. Moreover some of them have been blessed with very special tokens of the divine presence converting sinners and sanctifying gods people. And a significant and encouraging fact in connexion with these things is that these results have been in a great degree proportioned to the faithful zealous and laborious discharge of ministerial duty by the Brethren. Preaching the word in faithfulness and with prayer pastoral visits and affectionate personal appeals added to special and in some cases continuous Public Effort have been As the renewed Assurance of our divine head a a Call upon me and i will answer thee i am waiting to be gracious a a a your labors shall not be in vain in the lord a a Eye shall reap if be faint in on Sabbath schools largely attended our Bible classes made places of interest to the Yonng our prayer meetings not neglected we Are made to rejoice. In Short great is the mercy of our god in that through the excitement of an ardent political conflict the deceptive influences of the world and the a Many circumstances that impede our Progress we have evidence that the everlasting Arm has been around us bearing us Onward. To him be All the Praise. With humility and confession gratitude and prayer let us enter on this ecclesiastical year trusting in our god. Affection of sons and daughters. A the affections of daughters for their fathers and of sons for their mothers of which we frequently see striking cases Are Beautiful instances of a sort of Cross play in nature. The susceptibility of a daughter to deep impression by the contrast in her1 father to her feminine nature and a songs impression in the same Way by his Mother the daughter yielding herself thereby to reverential affection and the son to. Love shows in the individual a Fine moral Truc Ture which however it May in Many.1 instances be covered up by predominating inclinations to evil is always a a redeeming principle in the Ohara oter and under genial influences bears precious fruit.1 a son in whose heart his Mother holds a natural Sway is like the sea which is oftentimes swollen and troubled but around which the Moon keeps her gentle bands and. Its Waves Are stayed. A daughter s love has. More of worship in it. Among the. Harmonies of her nature it is a deep Rich base. Her affections naturally inclined to something beyond her own sex Are like that honeysuckle whose Small tenacious nodes upon the Stem attach it firmly to the support on which it grows and while it looks abroad keep it by its voluntary attachment fast to the door Post on which it ran in youth. We have seen instances of a daughters love for her father which were equal in strength to any human affection a Rev. N. Adams d. D in al t ill i it station by a redeemer a Short cat is. 20. And men should not Obj Ott Trine we Ion a rendered necessary by Deairs. Aft is things seen and temporal. A a a dept Efty i and with putt i it go Opl of a Quot Quot a a period i be d to the first saw new York have Only been ten House by sickness. I hav#76hared a my the trials of life and Vicissitudes of a business but never grieved for losses Trade. When a draft from the South Zuj dols., came a cause it was and iny1krhi�?~, i Fedec in Fiffis off drive Willi see t in 1 ii a Jiu Back protested i rejoined not a thousand. If i b thanked god it was not in of trouble if we look Aroi millions in a worse Conditi therefore we ought to never Felt a rheumatic pain. _ out a staff. A i sleep Withoft it i it and eat my food without the hripldf�iijrakray3 or bitters. Here in Newi he Ven a the Sab Bath is remembered and Keg holy. Be except when an aged work hipper is ried to Churchy you never hear the sound cd Aole Inge he al. T reminds me of the quiet sabbat Dsa i on the Heather his of a mph it years ago. Mine eyes am this defect is greatly Mitis a Dzybon Hting the Young eyes of for life. Be is an excellent Reader is even at my Side soothing my path1 to the Loriks of Jordan the noise of whose Waleto is sounding in mine , Grant Thorburn. New Haven feb. 18. In own Grant thorium a a eighty fifth year. Men Are fools or. Printer who Are Oon tinally. Grumbling about a miserable world i have seen As Many years As most men see in this world this Day. I enter my eighty fifth year yet i am not tired of the world a and if it so will heaven a i would live my life Over again with All its Joys and sorrows. I think Jacob erred when he told Pharoah that a few and evil had been the Days of his arid Good have been the Days of my pilgrimage in my Twenty second year i left Inyo fathers House., prior to this i had not been Twenty Niles from the cottage on Heather Hills in Scotland where -1 a was born. I landed in new York in�?T1794not having Friend in the Quot country to counsel or direct a kind Providence led me to the shop of a an employer i who with an Only Workman remembered the a Sabbath Day j thus was a i kept from the path of the from 1795 till 1822, the yellow fever a seventeen i never left the nursed among the �8ick yet neither myself my wife onor any of my ten children ,., a Over a Day get ithe a prevailing disease a it Cis thergis still 4te.��, y earan andr six months a in Pul from on London correspondent. A the elections and results As earing on political and social Reform extinction. Of parties the Sabbath questions popish hymn ology popular specimens and the a a times a Jar m inc a lectures Murr Thron the continent and the order to Council to Liq s a findings on the great tobacco controversy Greenwich fair and open air preaching the infidels a confronted and file Doz m trouble a the from Itacy of the French Priesthood a Bechel s imitator under of constitutional Law postscript of a London a april 10, 1857. The elections Are now almost Over and a fair estimate May be made As to results. In the first place lord immersion is More firmly seated1 in Power than Ever but on one condition namely that he initiate and carry through a Reform in the representation., lord John Russel is a a himself return for the City of London and his a a Pluck and courage in i the contest has raised him greatly he was under a Cloud but now his old services and his real Worth As a statesman and a Man Are coming up to remembrance. He would be Premier if Reform were refused by the present Cabinet and the ministry knowing this will aet accordingly. Besides this tithe a numbers of Busy politicians who Hayft lost their seats Cobden Bright . Others will form a kind of outside parliament. The pressure on the ministry will thus be increased. Not that a re of Nabill is Likely to be broached discussed and earned in the Short session of 1857 but the a of it will be made known and the next session will Seal it. In the second place the a general election has Heen remarkable toi item exhibition of the mind of the a constituencies on the lawfulness of War when Liberty and the rights of nations Are endangered the peace party is annihilated and the heartless Manchester school some of whom Smy they were not a a peace at any Price a men yet always noted and spoke to As to help Russia to the uttermost As far As their constant assertions of the indisposition of the people to resist would do this have received a terrible rebuke. A a another result eliminated is that the English people hate dictation. The Manchester ,.and that of London turned mainly on this old Corn Law league party considered themselves virtually the permanent leaders of the people a at Manchester and were insolent Quot a a Cordingly. So in the City of London the Ory was raised by a clique a a non but business men a and this attempt to dictate and to narrow the11 representation was the real canse of lord a Jolin Russel a Success a he resented it and resolved to stand and so a a Smith Jones and Robinson a As the registration society a were called in the placards on the Walls were put to shame. Another result is a that old tor ism is politically dead True there Are still some Fossil remains of it and some a great urls off that Genus not Quito it extinguished but it though not ceding to a breathe or to look fierce yet they Are Reamy what ludicrously the irishman who had got a soft head from a Cudgel in a faction1 fight declared he was a a not dead but speechless in further the new parliament will i believe promote social reforms.,. If peace continues i have Little doubt but that sanitary educational and Reformina tory measures will be largely promoted. Again the sunday it league or its1 friends will not dare to propose the opening of Public places on the lords Day in the present parliament. And Here i Tion that or. Miallo selection at Rockdale was Tost by Quot his opponent giving1 a sunday1 excursion it to a number Lof electors making them drunk and-? to Home info poll on monday. But Mark the moral of a the Mill both in his Isom conformist and Iri his pee eyes avowed his a readiness to open the Crystal Palace and Public Honses and is in favor of excursion trains on the Sabbath. To it her Calls himself an evangelical dissenter and yet he would endorse measures which would Lead to dissipation and. Drunkenness 1 his opponent took Aleaf out of his Bobrin i amp Jakc Cursione it train. Is not this the Nemesis of retribution ? Carikin luf def of strip Ted the to if consistent to to a a o Fer to Rome a a some ?T1 1 go Marine a g&0. A with who main ten Dimos in a a a 11 carried saw ,. R tto do is 1 a figure the4lfar, iia bettor a f pleased that. These n gent Krimen should i do Rome a work there they Are in he mean time., Aihong the eighteen la a fms four�?Tar�hid-1 1 of a is off to Carfel one1 to a a a be he Fly spirit a translation iof Tel Arloien Thymn of Teveni o j co atom info�?~t0ur Bles Fod i lady a t main Der a let�title�d3 a a a eve fest hymn a at he Era toy a a of a min Sion a 11 sfe9n.>dils4.�eie�?�fl�b09 specimens of the popular hym ology of the�?�1church of Rome.1�?T they Are sold in shops of Humble Chri Raftory in various parts of London As Well As throughout the Bun let us look at some of these As they will suggest something As to the current devotional literature of Popery. A there lies before me a a hymns for the people adapted to popular tunes by f. W. Faber d.d., priest off the oratory of st. Philip Neri Price there Are Here thirty four pages and eighteen hymns Quot the Munsie for these hymns is to be found in the oratory hymn Book. In the frontispiece is an engraving As the latin scroll around it indicates of the Seal of st Philip Neri with the Virgin and child crowned and with a glory round the head of each. It was in the Chapel of the oratory in King William , that i first saw father Newman a Auoad Averdes angular Fig ure Reading in an ,1 those�?T�?~leotures1 which when a a published excited some ,.and were Oug singly Quot designed to show the false position of Anglo to Iel out tto a �afl<#�fid4l a one can say Little of a the or a Tibet ice my if a and stillness of their sound. There is a sensuous Strain of address indulged at which Manly .piety.�revolts, which delusive animal feeling May employ but Christian experience will rarely endorse. A a Burn Burn o love within my heart. Burn fiercely night and Day till All the dross of earthly loves. ,. Is burned and burned away. A a a what limit is there to thee love ? a a thy flight Vrh Ere Trilb thou stay ? a on on our lord is sweeter far a Ato Day than yesterday a r. J number two is a a Jean so crucified a with twelve verses and the refrain i to each is a a Jesus our love is crucified a a the poetry it and the Devotion Here Are better than ,former hymn of the verses Mary is introduced. The following seems unobjectionable. A a 0 break 0 break hard heart of mine thy weak self love and guilty Pride a his Pilate and his Judas were Jesus our love is crucified. A a come take thy stand beneath the Cross Anklet the blood from out that Side fall gently on thee drop by drop Jesus our love is of reified a. A r a a a a a r i in Uva i. U a a in the third hymn a a the precious blood a from the italian there is the same sensuous material worship who Chris carried out More fully in a i the order off the sacred heart a recently instituted and to it appended the following. R i a a to All the faithful who say or sing the it by be Hymric Pius Vii. Grants aliud Nogence of one Hundred Days a applicable also to the souls Iri purgatory1.�?� next there is the it a a Corpus Christi a which while apparently addressed to i Jesus a it my lord my god my All a soon indicates. Bat its True design is the idolatrous worship if the Host each verse a a concluding with the1 words a a Sweet sacrament i we thee adore Quot ,0 make us love thee More and More a. In the hymns to a a our lady a we find blasphemy a and falsehood sufficiently Appa ent the e protestant objection to Mari Ila try is thus met a a they know but Little of thy Worth a who speak these heartless words to me. For what Jesus love on Earth one half to tenderly As thee a and then her mediation As essential to Access in prayer thus comes a a get me the Grade to love thee will Grant if thou Wilt plead. And Mother when life scares Are Over 0.i shall love thee then indeed a a a. A. ,1 to a 1 i Quot a a a a a a a a i. A a a next there is a hymn addressed to the Virgin a a for the souls in Purgatory a in which As is usual with Rome Jesus is in Lac Abl till Mary softens his heart it �?o0.turn to Jesus Mother turn a a a a and Call him by his tenderest names i Pray for souls that bum tab hour amid the cleansing 3ut the prayer to st. Joseph and the Rei a cognition of his fatherhood and intercession snot to be passed Over. A a Hail holy Joseph Hail. A. Father of Christ esteemed a father be Thon to these a a a thy Foster sons redeemed. A a Hail holy Joseph Haili Comrade of Angels Hail r i. Cheer Obdu the he its to iat faint ,1 f and guide the Steps that fail. A and. Then. The Virgin. And. Saints As Well s Joseph Are invoked thus i Mother of. Jesus 1 bless. And bless be Saint on High. All Meek and simple souls i that to Saint Joseph cry a. Lere is a three fold idolatry recognized and. I ought in four lines of a hymn published it y one of the most honoured orders of a a the a i Loly Catholic 1 we naturally expect therefore that st. 1 Trilip will be virtually deified also. To pm live a hymn which says of Tine a who is divine a a a a a. A a the troubled conscience knows thy voice a thou ibid st the trembling heart rejoice a a thy voice allays the Stormy find and Walins the surges of the a a int hear How Kindred Power a is wickedly Quot i scribed to Philip Neri 7 a thu voice can raise the dead it to life so wonderful its accents Are. He bpm aks there is an Enof strife. A a a arid of the soul is internal a a t�?T-ould1 blasphemy go much further ? the a Rish Are taught that �?o-the1 Faith of their fathers is the Romish Faith which every l eader of Church and Irish history knows to be false. St Patrick st. Columba and. He Early Irish Quot a Church knew nothing of iome pretensions a except to resist hem j us their Faith was scriptural and a Apo Folio. The mischievous influence a of hymns like 1 hese Sung to exquisite music May bus Well imagined in connexion with the ignorance e a a a of Many even of the better classes and the 1 Ove for the sense Nasrin worship which pre a ails. My space forbids me giving you further illustrations of the popular hym ology. Of f he Romish Church. In one other. Hymn look in my Possession All the sacred songs i profess to be addressed to Jesus alone and a Ather Manning the most Quot dangerous of All -1 the perverts endorses it but Mario Latryl uns throughout like a poisonous Stream Lingling with Waters otherwise Sweet re-11 a Rushing and pure. Verily the �?odeeeiva-1 a Leucas of unrighteousness remains the Irand of the great apostasy a new Bishop of the evangelical school the Hon. And Rev or Pelham Quot has it Een appointed to the see of Epise Spaey is Chii Roh what1 _ pal if the motto be spiritual or into potted by. Lord Palmer atom a it a 1 a a a a pros Tyr us que i Mihi Nullo disc Imine Good rea8on however ooh Eli amp a do eth at the new Ishop is an Humble,4earnestcchrisriarrp preacher. A a it ii i a Rio a Affriol in Alf professor is Deline Rioca series a a fax orig Lac he to Arlo in in land a m the lower room Exeter Hall. A tto Fey Arey by cd so it a Suto style very catholfe4t��?~ thei�1"spirit and Vira Koei a we tit Lye Rifle me is lord pasmure took the chair at a one Leq a Ture a the . A Kinnaird m. To. For a Drin presided at another and at the next lord Shaft briny info a give his presence As chairman if a pts blushed and somewhat enlarged these lectures would form a volume vividly and faithfully Pion ring Days of conflict of which foxes Marl urology is the Only popular memorial. A a i have some Hopes that or. M Crie will consent to publish. A terrible Murrain prevails among the cattle oni ithe Goliti Nentz by an1 order i Council All importation of oxen and sheep ports As suspended. The necessity was urgent and. I Trust we shall be spared a Scourge which would desolate our pastures and make us As a nation tremble. How Bellfo be Madero feel at times that we Arejas nations absolutely in the a hands of. Grod spas to Humble us in penitence before him. Ai the lancet thus sums up its verdict on the smoking question. lancet pronounces against a a excessive a stoking and says let us briefly re-capitulate�?1 to smoke Early in the Day is excess. 2. As people Are generally constituted to Smoko More than one or two pipes of tobacco for a one or two cigars re Bilyi is 8. Youthful indulgence in smoking is 4 there a re physiological indications which occurring in any individual lease Are criteria of excess. We most earnestly desire to. Seethe habit of smoking diminish and we entreat the youth 1 Oft this country to abandon it altogether. Let them Lay cur advice to heart let them give Upa dubious pleasure for. A certain Good. Ten years hence1-we-shall receive their thanks. Open. Air preaching is about to be resumed. Greenwich fair an. Annna Soene of wickedness has been suppressed but. On easter monday next week there will be As usmial a vast concourse of both sexes in the Park. The evils that have resulted from these easter monday amusements which look so pleasant when pictorially sketched by the artist or humorously de scribed by the popular m Itera Are enormous female in Node be Dost character blasted a a career of profligacy initiated1�?these let Are some of the results. The truth is Hoh Days generally Are turned by satan and his agents into occasions off fearful ruin to immortal souls a a a a a a a a a a a a a a it a a a a a a a a next monday then the open air preach ers commence their , and will continue it. Throughout the summer and autumn. These preachers Are entirely volunteers. The system of paid Agency a has been abandoned with great ad1�?T vantages. Able accomplished gentlemen of the upper class full of Zeal and piety go out to assault ignorance infidelity and sin and Are not ashamed of their master any where thus at Eings Gross a great Central thoroughfare every sabbath1 afternoon in an enclosed space of ground shut rout from the streets by High Walls or. John my Gregor a Young barrister who was the infant son of the Brave office who wrote the a a loss of the Kent a and was saved with his father holds regular with the infidels of London. Holyoake the leading secularist is present and while silent himself puts Best advocates. The secularists have at last a published their Creed and so my Gregur Falls on it and tears it to pieces. He has am�zing1 readiness and cannot be put Down by clamor. The infidels Are getting the worst of it the people cheer the defender of the scriptures and Eagy Fly ask for tracts summing up the christian1 "evidences.1 Therre Salt As or. My Gregor told us at the Trabuc society committee meeting this week will be that a a the infidels will soon be driven away from the North of London As they have been from the South. At Manchester and River Pool a similar inquiry prevails among the Are losing ground,-.decidedly what Quot encouragement amid Antichrist of these last times in. The words of of Ira glorious King a a every Plani which my Beaverly it father hath rib ply nod shall Fie rooted up 1�?� j cardinals Wiseman is in trouble. He bum r been suited at Gloucester assizes by 4�?Tabbe Roux a French priest lately in a Case at Chelsea to recover damages a assessed at ,000, for breach Ofa contract upon which1 the a plaintiff alleged Quot that the1 defendant Wiseman Quot had receive do a document signed by the Princesa Letitia Bonaparte Nice to the emperor. Of France which document he the Cardina had either lost or disposed of in some Quot other the document in question is on the part of the lady an acknowledgement that she owed a the abbe 25,000f. Which she. Desired her children should pay As a stored debt. This lady is the wife of the right Hon. T. Wyser the11 English minister at thetas an a Irish romanism 1 but separated from her husband. Her habits were grossly extravagant. The a priest found1 her in Paris in great poverty her children being without shoes and he interposed Between her and her creditors and Laid out for her Money to the extent of the amount now1 claimed the emperor meanwhile wished to pay the debts of this near abbe a fought his claim before Wiseman who promised to intercede for him. The document was left with him -on1 that understanding. After All i Hist the Cadi Navoid not write to the emperor and Heth Eph a the document. In his ergs examination he refused1 to give Quot the reasons a for his not writing and As to the a do Cut a a Dot Quot he see ined at first to Quot admit he aka la a a a so a Vod 1 it and5 a Ftera wards told amp a it except a a hat ibo pass a a a it i . Of e Rej Fot a a. -v9tt�bpntyk is boy Fttie Lam do a the in Thoi Imsu a by Keti 1 is risk a Mode Lahd Ltd Templar is oofepfehsdl0 priest the Otey Quot by Beto Fefel a the a \ Gaj a i i Var fird Raj t Coua Lihe a Worth a Zoef Cito and f p h ��?T�5 so f a hit to y la in to Tysh a we if Ajo a of Tulud sment. Was mi9isteim h Quot be a his i Temey a wieb�i1 4reh�pnesthooduek. A8i<jwgeentm�adi to show them to be profligate tent it is a sign of guilt to and it is often sors martyrs and Patriate who won it for their posterity through tears a and blood and flame ? j. W. A s. Or. Grieras presbyterian after a defeat and before the dissolution of parliament has been elected a member for the county of Londonderry. A Sardinia and Austria Are on had a terms. Diplomatic Intercourse is suspended and in Lombardy a Strong italian feeling prevails. The French census shows a population. Jfe cts Anil #iear�$5v�?~. In the worst of times there is still Foore cause to complain of an evil heart Frau of. An evil and corrupt world. A. Bear be impatient of reproof an easier to persuade the injured to he re the trouble of ,. Than the injurious to Bear the conviction of having Don wrong 1. Cor. I 6. ,. He who prays As be ought will Endeavor to live As he prays. He that can live , a and abide in the Ordinary duties of prayer a never prays As he ought. A truly gracious praying Frame is utterly1 inconsistent with the love of or Reserve for any sin a a be Are covenant of elation to his people is what he will Ever be mindful of what he glories in and what he will -have1 us never forget but give him the glory of if he will have this to be his memorial unto All generations we have a the j reason in the world to make it so with us or it is a precious memorial. _ obscurity a even Quot those that a unqualified 1 for it eat employments and services must not think it strange if they be confined Ito obscurity it was the lot of Moses 1 before them who foresaw nothing to the j a a a l1 1 .1.___11 a a. .1 1 1 t _ themselves buried alive. Be Content to Shine Dike lamps in their sepulchre so and a Ait till1 gods time Homes for setting them in a candlestick. The depth of consecrated ground. A a the remains of Moliere As an actor were refused burial in consecrated ground. The widow of Moliere in a despair threw herself Quot at the King so feet and implored his inter Ference. The King sent forthe archbishop of Paris and a remonstrated with him but the archbishop was inflexible. At last his majesty thought fan expedient which compromised the delicate question. He demanded to know the exact depth of consecrated Earth. The archbishop was Puzo led but not liking to acknowledge doubt or ignorance answered,1 after a Little hesitation a a twelve a it is Well a replied the Monarch a a a let the grave of Moliere be dug fourteen feet deep and thus All diff inn. Tiesa Regot done to be hindered. Two men started from Quot the same place men a Bright morning to. Make a journey occupying a Day. They soon separated. The a one reached his destination while the Sun was yet visible in the Westi. He leisurely stabled his horse tools his evening meal Ond made a himself comfortable Quot at the inn. His Only trouble was Oono Ern for his laggard i companion. A he thought a a some evil must we befallen Long after dark Bis fellow traveler arrived. Being asked the a cause of his delay be said a a i was1 obliged to Stop at every other House to whip it off the dogs that barked at me., it they not bark at Yon also a a yes a replied the other a but i not a it a to whip them. I told them it they were Imp Hnery and drove the Redding a1 Terriah i of marriage 1 was standing beside .the,Bride-1 f room when the a it ride entered and Asae crossed tie threshold he stooped Down and slipped off ids shoe Anro Trook her with the a Heel on the Nape of the neck. I atone. Paw -the1 impression of the passage Quot of scrip Ture respect Reg the Transfer Iff else Boe to another in Case the brother in Law not exercise his. Privilege the Clipper in the a East being taken off in doors is at hand to administer Corr option and is Here used in Ign of the obedient off the. Wife and of. The supremacy of the the Highland custom is to a a Good a As they is i the Bride a with in old Slipper. Little a do they suspect the meaning implied-1�?ur- quart. ,. ,. A. A Little thing. A poor it woman sat npon1 the Stepa of a a dark prison weeping bitterly overtime sen. Tone of a ruined son. Ita what Amileth thee sister Quot said a Gen 1 her and taking her hand kindly in his. I t a a my heart is broken sir 1�?� she replied. 1 a a caul do anything for you a he asked. A no sir,.nothing,&Quot was her sad response i a a Well god Ean help you sister and i will1 go Home and ask him to do it a said the i gentleman i it it was a1 very Little thing that he it a neither lot he a nor fed the poor woman but that , sister foil like Healing a Oil upon be wounded spirit. She arose a Strep it ii a Ned and went to Home. Wlm Enid she Knelt to Telf Jesus her sorrows Alsher Felt tbs Fucai brother Taf Debelen there Befu the ier. His Raberge ire red answered a addle a i spirit was calmed. It

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