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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner and Advocate (Newspaper) - September 18, 1858, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPro al it Yth irly a lust Vola via. 50. I part Urmi ado onto Vola xxx Loa 41a Ione thing is needful a a one thing have i desired of the lord a a this one thing i whole . 81� David Mckinney Edt toi and office Gazette building fifth Street above Smithfield Pittsburgh a. Philadelphia South tenth Street below Chestnut a t .1 a a the week ending saturday september 18, 1858. By Mali or at Tai office la Peryear a name delivered in the City 1,75 a a a a prospectus a i final or our successors can see the questions involved in the same Light. As an Humble i Mari Button toward the solution tical difficulties which All acknowledge exist and stand in the Way of uniting our two colleges the following plan is respectfully offered for consideration 1 let these colleges be United at either Ziaee but preferably at Canonsburg for the Bright eyes of childhood and youth the reason which is implied in what follows and their hearts have grows warm with rapture leaving the present endowment funds far and Praise a a Rei kiember thy Bible. A by lbs. M a Browne. Are a be kind the loved ones remember thy Bible for on it hath gazed suggestions is not at present discuss amp. Above Given of the design of the proposed from our London correspondent question difficult and yet important but simply evoke the employment of Abler pens. Very truly yours i. As they read Over its pure words of truth. Beme Indef by Bible the dim eyes of nge have brightened with feelings of love j and their Pale Cheeks have glowed As they Bent Over the Page that told of their Bright Home above. Remember by Bible Ita words have been read by thy father at More and at even the loved family Circle now scattered and 1 How Many have left thee for heaven. Yet though amid weeping and mourning below death hath broken Affe Otio a Bright Chain yet the fair Golden links still brighter shall glow a f when United in heaven again. Remember thy Bible in afflictions dark hours when thy loved ones Are passing away its Sweet words will fall like the Dew on the Flowers. When faint a Neath the Long summer then ,thy,Bible, twill dry thy sad tears and the he flows shall pass Swift away As the stars still grow brighter till morning appear when they fade inthe fair Light of . amid the dark woes that encompass thee now As thy bark by the wild storm is driven the Hopes of the Bible still brighter shall glow till than Wake in the glad Light of heaven. Remember by Bible when thou nearest the Brink of Jordan the River of death its Sweet words of Promise will not let thee sink and praises shall tune thy last breath. A a i ,. ,.for the presbyterian Banner and endowment. Everybody would glad see a College endowed on a scale worthy of the churches in the Bounds of the old Synod of puts Burgh now forming the three synods of Pittsburgh Wheeling and Allegheny the amount of Money that should be devoted this endowment ought hardly be less than half a million of dollars. A Small part of this sum might be invested in buildings but it is of Buffy. Required in order be funded for the support of professors scholarships Library and apparatus As n ii a Potin a these re As these Are connected with either place altogether undisturbed but combining toe two faculties As far As practicable and appropriating the College such moneys of Are at the disposal of any of the synods for this purpose. It would be further necessary effect some arrangement Between the present trustees of the College and the synodical Board of trustees of secure Unity of action which Ould be done in a Lions ways a 2 at the place left unoccupied by this Union let a female Seminary be established somewhat on College basis and also under trustees appointed by the three synods. Let its aim be not interfere with any of the existing female seminaries which adorns Many of our towns under private proprietorship. But invite the attendance of Young ladies who have fished the usual course of a not tuition in these Seui inane or who1 May be of less juvenile age than most of the pupils m these excellent schools an institution of this kind a female Seminary on a College basis As Many branches of education might become one of great influence for Good and lbs location might Well be made m a town like Washington marked by the residence of Many guns Tian families of cultivation and refinement. In order its Success a Liberal endowment should eventually be provided. This ought be taken in had As soon As the United College was endowed indeed arrangements for it might be completed without much delay. Many would probably give their donations or their bequests this institution in preference the other the Publ a a. Peals the churches should Dot be made fur both however until the College endowment were out of the Way. The Success of this female Seminary would hardly be a matter of uncertainty and this would More than compensate the place vacated by the Transfer of the existing Roll egg for any disadvantage thereby occasioned its local interests. The two institutions would henceforth be More rivals but the one a brother and the other a sister in the family cherished with equal regard by the thousands of our Israel and by Many in the Kindred tribes of god a people. If this plan should not be considered Good or practicable it May at least serve the purpose of turning attention somewhat Spe place our College on a looting in Mesa re i Bialiy the question of we >1 can b e ? ape ots with Harvard Yale or any other in pro by in can be devl9ed that we l be the country. A nor need we despair of of free pm and be haps nothing Tai Din this amount of Mobey for worthy Abe done but Fate n0 harm can result irom a kind and Side ration of the subject. Christian Oon the presbyteries Banner and advocate. The revised discipline baptized Mem Bers. My. Editor a a our Book of discipline under the Rudds of the Assembly s Able committee has not Only been revised Dut an object. The forty thousand Oom muoi Cauls in the three synods would represent j probably fifty thousand families perhaps1 More Bobe higher education <1 interests 1 would be deeply affected by the College not speak of thousands More still who not live in the Bounds of the old Synod Bat who look its churches As the glory of j the land and its institutions As the Best places of education for their children. A average contribution of five dollars once a i greatly improved. Permit me however year for but two Nara. From each family in make a suggestion or two in relation see. The three synods would make the sum i Xuy. Of Chap 1., which you invited at needed. Many doubt neither would Tention in your editorial of the 29th, Alt. Nor could give anything at All a few might is the Section now stands i deem your be expected give largely a somewhat i strictures unanswerable. Why we should general contribution Ingli Alao expected discriminate in the Church s. Treatment of if the Brethren were of one mind As the her own members equally. A a under her gov object and peradventure seme one two or Ernie it and training a having equally half a zen might be found who would reached a the years of discretion and give the whole endowment. One Man a in equally a bound perform All the duties of Pittsburgh lately left a larger sum than this Church members a is not easily shown. We for benevolent purposes and mainly for Edu-1 should either give them a different name or National uses. The Money could be had we Yannut but believe sooner or later if _ the Brethren were Only of one mind As Tion from judicial prosecution be their con the matter. Without such Union of Effort Little can be done and perhaps nothing should be attempted. In order a United and general Effort _ the manner of holding the endowment be a rement while both the Czuroh and its comes an important question and it is due government Are treated with contempt. Can which must be settled before any movement the latter innocently fail vindicate her tor obtaining Money is made. Concerning this the opinion a May be Here sex prested with modesty,.yet with a Strong persuasion of its correctness that sum of $500,000 for a College Canoe obtained if it is be placed in the hands of a close corporation while a College inseparably Allied the j subject them the same treatment. There seems be alternative. Total exempt duct what it May Marks a wide difference of treatment Between baptized and communicating members. But if the former Are members of the Church and under its gov authority or refuse the Benefit of her discipline her offending members 1 with due. Deference then or. Editor the Long established practice of de nominating baptized persons Church members i suggest that this Cognomen is a Misnomer or the practice of the Church on this sub Church and governed by trustees appointed i Jet is All wrong. A a profession of Faith in Riim time time by the Church courts Christ a is As necessary constitute sub m get be expected eventually secure a Libe Rii endowment even whatever sum might a needed. It would receive the contrib a ions of the living and the bequests of the flying among the people of god for it sown Sake partly but chiefly for its permanent connexion with the Church of Christ and its great use in promoting Friis cause. A jets of any sort of discipline As of a a judicial in a word without True Faith in Christ All Church discipline and government As Well As a a judicial prosecution a will be As Many pearls cast before Swine. Baptismal water alone reaches not the deep foundations of character this is accomplished Only by the a baptism of the simple process is All Khatib Dee Essary form 1 without a a Faith in Christ the a College directory with a general line of merely baptized Are not a bit better than administration m which the churches would others and the principal Benefit resulting confide the end of time. Let the three i from their baptism is that it brings them synods create a Board of trustees each into such external relationship the Czuroh Synod electing a certain number of Mem As entitle them the special interest bets Fiot exceeding five making fifteen in j sympathies and prayers of the Church for All and each Synod filling the vacancies their conversion and salvation. And this the death or resignation of its own is the True answer the question a a what. I a a m. A i a _ i it a in Nna members let this Board of trustees corporate with an open charter in which thia Mode of electing Ita members is recognized and then let ail and every thing else in College management be left these trustees in this Way the connexion he profit in. Infant baptism a As it was the old question a a what advantage hath the jew or what profit is there of circumcision a surely infant baptism is quite As rational and useful As infant Sircum Cisin j and say that the latter was use from the Princeton Deviow. Church commentary on the Bible. Or Breck Ridge offered a in out provide a commentary on the Send tires which shall be in accordance with the Westminster doctrines of this i Burgh. Us follows inasmuch As the want of a sound godly and thorough commentary on the whole word of god. Composed in the sense of the constant Faith of the Church of god. As that is briefly set Forth in the standards of the West Robter Assembly held by. The presbyterian Church in the United states of America has Long been Felt be a grievous want whereby a great Lack of due service Gud and hrs truth occurs and whereby constant danger arises men of needless ignorance on one aide and of dangerous mis guidance on toe Ether it a a Keso hed. By the general Assembly that the Board of publication shall and it is hereby directed proceed with All convenient dispatch have such a commentary composed prepared for the press Aud published. And in the execution of this great work the following rules and orders Gether with such further As May be adopted irom time time by the general Assembly shall be carefully observed by the Board of publication and by All others in Ady ways engaged in the execution of any part thereof. 1 the commentary Shad be prepared exclusively by the members of this Church and in the preparing of it they shall have All such indulgence As tune As they shall respectively demand. And tor their own compensation and their bears. Shall receive for the Legal term of Twenty eight years a fair per centum on the Price of the work sold which shall be settled in al Vance by the Board of publication and Bioh shall be uniform and in lieu of All claims and Cost of every sort in any Way connected with their said work. A a 2. The said commentary shall be fitted for common use by All lieu. And in the preparation of it. Free use May be made of All material that May exist the de Ign being procure Dot much what May be original As what May be Best in the Way of enlightening and saving men. It shall not be prolix but arranged that the whole May be embrace d in five or six Royal Octavo volumes of Good print containing besides Cummen tary. The English text in full together with the usual accessories1 thereof add such other suitable helps its understanding a As Plain people need and the text used in it shall be strictly that of the. Version a prepared by the translators appointed by James the first King of England. A. �?~3 la order secure the fittest men for thus great work the Board of publication shall make special application the general synods of our Church at the next stated meetings respectively and the said synods shall upon careful consideration nominate the said Buard of publication any number of their own member not exceed five from any one Synod of such As they shall consider qualified us Uetake the work and the Board of publication May add not More than four in addition a the whole number thu nominated it and it a shall communicate the list of names thus obtained by sifting the Church the general Assembly at Ita next stated meeting in May of next year making, same time and from year year thereafter report of its doings under and by virtue of this minute. �?o4. The general Assembly of 1859, will take such further order in the premises especially with regard selection of persons out of the list communicated it the distribution of the work amongst them and ail thing needful for its effectual prosecution As shall seem most expedient a it is evident from the very nature of this proposal Jias Well As from the arguments of its advocates that it Contemplac Casao exposition of the whole scripture which shall be Given the Sanction of Church authority if the Mere suggestion of such an idea does not strike Arman dumb with Awe be must be impervious All argument it is a fearful thing give Church authority even or tidies of Faith gathered from the general sense of. Scripture How Large a part of the Church Universal or. Even of the Church of England can conscientiously adopt the thirty nine Angeles in their True sense How we get along with our More extended confession i we could oot hold together a week if we Mude the adoption of All its propositions a end Itin of ministerial communion. A How is it with the marriage question ? if it is not Only difficult but impossible Frame a Creed As extended As the Westminster confession which can be adopted in All its detail by the ministry of any Large body of christians what shall we say giving the Sanction of the Church a Given interpretation of every passage of scripture 7-0 this i More than All the Popes who Ever lived merged in one would dare propose. It is a thousand fold More than Rome when most drunk with Pride Ever ventured attempt. Where is there Buch thing ? who has Ever heard a of such thing Sis a Church commentary ? there must be some mistake about this matter. The proposition cannot mean what it appears mean and what some at least both of its advocates and opponents understood it tween the College and the Church would be 1 less Aud irrational is a downright impeach Complete and Jet neither the College nor Frient of the Wisdom and goodness of its the synods would by embarrassed in the divine author. Jewish advantages How transaction of business matters. Such a Ever were attainable Only through jewish Board of trustees might be Dobosen without circumcision of Winch advantages the much delay and far As this important \ chief was a a that Unic them was committed part it f the work is you corned a great step the oracles of god rom. A 2 i. A the would then have been taken. Great Benefit of religions . In measure of this kind ought be like manner pastoral pulpit As Well Aspa taken however without the general and rental instruction under the present deepen Chi dial concurrence of the Brethren in the nation in connexion with the tender interest three synods. And in order this there prayers and sympathies of the Church should be the Wisest and kindest consider constitute the chief advantages of inf station of the ease of our existing colleges baptism. These advantages Are sely that advantage possessed should i great inasmuch As the covenant Promise of i subjected loss or even much risk a faithful god Guaran this consideration Abo fld by a ears it a on j a Ikas Inaten Chinn take the form of controversy rather let the those baptized children 0 a the old Synod of Pittsburgh pm biased also oove�8nt, Call into requisition the requisite what in Synod of. Ohio but this 8j�"d is out 0<ihntl instrumental ties netted Laih leu Belay a Obj a a Fri a editor endowment. A it these Brief mean. We cannot persuade ourselves that any one having the least idea of the nature of the work any apprehension of what it is come a Clear conviction even for oneself what is the True interpretation of thousands of texts of scripture How Many questions of philology of grammar logic of geography history antiquities of the analogy of Faith and of scripture which such decision involves could for a moment dream of the possibility of a Church exposition of the whole Bible. The proposal on the part of any Man or any body of men Eive an authoritative interpretation of in Zulfi i d prophecy of the visions of Ezekiel Zeoba Iiah Daniel and John would be proof that god bad Given him or them up Strong delusion. amount of inspiration Ever granted Man would justify such an Assumption the prophets themselves did not understand their own predictions. The apostles though rendered infallible in what they taught were As ignorant it May be As other men of what they did not Teabo. The scriptures were As much an unfathomable sea of divine knowledge them As they Are us it will doubt�4i�9 said that the View commentary is exaggerated and distorted. It is very the proposition lies in the minds of its advocates m a very different form from that which it presents others we Are speaking of it. Us it lies in the record and As it was a exhibited in the speeches of Shiwho urged its adoption Home May say that there is great harm in the Board of 1 publication publishing a commentary on the Bible. Certainly not and simply because Thop Briard of publication is not the Hureh and therefore special authority belongs and of their Publica . J hey May print the commentaries of Henry or Scott. Or or. Jacobus a note on the gospels with impunity because one is responsible for thelor reiness of Ibe expositions Given but their authors. Who Ever dreams that the Church �1& responsible for or. Scott. S interpretation wheels who ten Ksor attributing Church authority or. Jacobus s exposition of our lords discourse works pass for what they Are Intfen Sicily i Worth a and for More Bat Here it i a proposed pursue the same Courbe id Makto Gfa commentary As. Was adopted in making our catechisms Aud compiling our Hyp he Book. The Church As such is responsible for the doctrinal correctness of every Hymo m the Enohe Ottoni the people were the writers or who the ctr oilers they take the Hook on the.-autni�ityrof.the-,Churchy and the Hureh is Tullot committed Lis correctness. This must to1 the Case Iff regard a any commentary Whitten by men selected a and appointed by tie Church. Reporting their work from1 time for time As they proceed is Egsa Uttel the a my Matur of the Church wha theyl write. This of be i Cassity fruits thug Huron and this Pur pose was clearly avowed. It was Sai it it that the West Minster session hagasenseiaud1 the Church has a Ulear conviction of what that sense is these principles the cum Meinz by is is sons trusted that is. The is be it that the commentary is Orti Flodo and Eor Reot therefore the Hureh of list be responsible when a this commentary a a quoted in Controvert ii �?Tit1-will come not with the authority of Luther a or Calvin or of inca tic. Or Jacobus. But of-1 the Presb Tenan Czuroh. A All presbyterians will it not Asto a be other Public trims of the Board writ a by private individuals but As a Book Savidg authority. Asbe my written or Odt piled by the Churchi the plan proposed if ooh the same As that pursued by our a list friends in the pre Paraton of version. If psf Waik should be completed wll be the Baptist version of or con amp its or pro.-1 feb or Hackett s version a but the Baptist version one which the1 baptists As a de nomination stand of omitted. the proposed commentary will be the presbyterian commentary. Nowc Tuffe common Taf of or. or of or. B. And it Mut of necessity be clothed with ghz Fotz aug Honey. A this was evidently Contemp Fps by those who urged that the exposition of scripture should be kept under the vigilant Eye of the Church and who pled the Promise of the holy spirit the Church As a reason Why the 1 work should Noi be referred the Board of publication but decided upon and earned out by. The Church itself the Board being Only her agent As in the preparation of the hymn Book. This is a fatal objection the whole scheme for the Church will never submit Uylees god has withdrawn from her the spirit of Wisdom and of a sound mind have imposed upon her the interpretations of any Man As of authority in the Reading of the scriptures. Besides this the object aimed at is not Only inconsistent with the Liberty of believing but it is utterly impracticable. It is said the Bible is be interpreted according the. Churches sense of the Westminster confession. But who is Tell us the churches sense of the confession it is notorious that As that Point we Are not agreed. In the second place even As Points in which the sense of the confession is Plain want of entire concurrence in its recept Ion and what is the main Point there is such thing As the sense of the Westminster confession As the Trae interpretation of thousands of passages of scripture the Standard is an imaginary one. What does that confession teach of the dark sayings of Hosea of the baptism for the dead or the sense of Gal Iii 20, concerning which an Octavo volume has been written giving less than one Hundred Aud fifty distinct interpretations it a Plain that there is not and that there cannot he a Standard for the interpretation of the scriptures in detail and therefore the Church must either submit have the opinions of some one Man enacted into Laws bind the reason and conscience of All other men or she must give up the idea of having a Church exposition of the Bible. Admitting however that such a work in desirable and that it is practicable were Are the memo he found execute the task it a is proposed that each Synod should nominate five of its own members for the work someone Hundred and sixty a a in All. We venture say that instead of our Church being Able furnish a Hundred men fit for such a work As this it does not contain and never has contained any one such Man it is bad enough for any poor sinner after All his study undertake present his own private judgment As the meaning of scripture and state the reasons for his opinion leaving All other men judge for themselves receive or reject Bis interpretation As they May see fit. But assume act As the mouthpiece of the Church in this matter say what the Church believes the meaning of each text of scripture and what Alt its members therefore Are bound receive As its meaning is a which none but an idiot or an Adgel would dare undertake. Another Quot dangerous Man a a the Bishop of or for a and the of Fessio hah the curate arid the pent tent Tait versus Wilber Force the faithful and honest Hector the Bishop snubs him fits at a tempted defence exposure by. Or. Shaw and the a a times a a will there be a disruption a the first tet Gram american the. Queen s. the pre it i Dent the second missions m India sepoy atrocities the survivor of Cairn pore Nolker Lodi in. Symbol bombardment of . Alarm what shall the end be 9 a postscript. Get a Home. Get a Home Roh or poor get a Home and learn love that Home and. Make it Happy wife and children by your pres Enoe learn love simple pleasures Flowers of gods own planting and music of his own the Birds wind and Waterfall. shall you help Stem the tide of desolation poverty and despair that comes upon Many through Doorn of Little things. 0 the Charmot a Little Home Comfort dwell there that shun the gilded Halls of society. Live humbly in a your Little House and look god for a grander oils. London August 19th, 1858. Not tier 1 Dang rods Man besides lord Stanley has just been dragged Forth into his True Light he was pretty Well known before hut he Wassily and a eds As indeed he still does evangel Leal phraseology and once at Exeter Hall i have seen him make Good old or. Bunting a bulge ins burst of Extavo talking of Man of ipod. John Wesit or it a who can thia Beer la you a of i reply , he who by some of his own party wan on amp irreverently called. A a whose proper style and title a Are a a Samuel lord Bishop of Oxford lord High Almoner amp lamp a Aud what you ask again ,.him. Appear in spite a of All Hill Cun Bingo transparently a a dangerous l Why at this present moment is he Abo Dothe most deter std Man id log Laud ? hereby,4 indeed hangs a a. Talk Rand la Viust As a Faithf al witness bearer relate it i auricular confession As you recently excited great attention. It was known for past that the Taota re an clergy encouraged it0 a this time Twelvemonth i was writing a a tfx rom a Waterm place on the Southern amp i where a Energy Man was in a the habit Lofner Seming ladies Athis House receiving confession and giving absolution. But the Case of or. Poole at. St Barnabas in it connexion with question put a poor Wotan by him and Bih righteous suspension by the Bishop of London excited a Universal attention and Gaye an intelligent grasp of the whole subject multitudes of minds Wutoh before had been unrnformed1or Radloff Fernt Ai fresh a ase now conies Light almost precisely similar that at knights Edge. In the one Case i Ait suspends in the other Case or. Wilberforce justifies Aud sustains the offending priest. There is All the Diw Erenee in the world then. At maid a ,3inmiddlesex the re Cacor or Gresz Ley. Isi a notorious Trao tarian writer. His curate or. By est Tufa the name school of a course a goes visit a poor married woman in delicate health and expecting soon be r a Mother. I Puis a her through the com a Man dents one after an other an d the nhe comes the seventh and she denies Ever Laving a violated it be asks her As unlawful desire toward any one not her Hubband. A besides this he asks her had she Ever been confirmed that was a great sin. Had she Ever received the holy communion a one a then you cannot heaven it ? a protestant lady soon after visiting the woman found her. In a state of. Great agitation at the foul questions put her. The priest had told her not inform her hns band and a one of Gesley s Parish band of a Sisters of Chanty a finding that she had informed the other lady,.blamed her severely a neighbouring Rector or. Shaw of thirty two years standing brings the Case before the Bishop of Oxford telling Bim respectfully that the correspondence will be published. Aud the Bishop sets himself write a letter which he. Knows All the world will read and prove himself the Champion of the rna Media of Oxford and. The a a primitive Church a in opposition Rome he begins by reproving or. Shaw for not consulting him the Bishop first of All he then on the curate assurances denies several of the woman s charges and insinuates that her character a bad and the curate is taken under Protection a was one whom the Law leaves greatly unprotected except by his Rector and his of course All investigation is denied. One thing. However the Bishop cannot deny that the Guy ate did put the questions complained of by the poor woman. He then launches out most characteristically into an expression of. His a a deepest horror a of enforced auricular confession As Practised by the Church of Rome and that old lady he abuses in a very a a pitch into them manner. Thereby Samuel wishes show that he is a very Good protestant., he would a resist the introduction of it the. Utmost of his Power into our. Own Church. It would tend fearfully corrupt family life id Jure and in Many oases destroy the healthy action of the conscience and while it entangled the weak in the meshes of Escrupulo sity of Luis try and a priest Craft it would set the Strong minded against All religion. Nay in Many eases it. Would work More miso hideously Withus than it does in the could1 any Churchman a of the evangelical a school use stronger language. This is a fair specimen of the eloquent double minded dangerous Man. But this is not All. He goes on justify voluntary confession and such dealing with individual souls in terms that if we did not know the Man and Bis Obj of might seem be part of a a a charge Quot at a presbyterian ordination. A a i must remind you that if the ministry of Christ is have its fall effect in our hand it must address itself plainly separate 80uls, and the particulars of their oases that it must by Plain dealing As sin awaken sleeping consciences and bring them if god vouchsafe his Grace confess their sins him and thus be drawn the Cross and sacrifice of our dear lord for deliverance from its Power and we thus or , Ito Deal with individual souls., but now Mark what follows. A a and if in this process any siak persons among oar people cannot find rest for a burdened spirit without it and desire it of us we Are bound admit them a a a admit implying the priest in the confessional a a the confession of any special sin and if they desire it give a. He then proceeds Tif argue that a was All this the Rule of our Church is prove this he quotes a a Canon of a. A 1684, the office of tie visitation of the sick and the exhortation beginning of tie communion service he denies that in acting out a a the rules of our own Church a there is any real approach the corruptions of Rome for Here the Fli Ference a not ode protestant ize he says a if we act faithfully in Here the English a Hureh a spirit we must discourage the temper of desiring confession As an Ordinary practice instead of a a a Reserve remedy for certain cases of spiritual the Bishop winds up by a exhortation Mutual Charity and a reference a extra of a Sermon of his preached before the University of. Oxford. Quot the. Positions of Winch i see reason retract. _ a honest or. Braw gives the Bishop a respectful but crushing reply he tells the Bishop that already privately aware of the Caje and that sought was make Bim officially acquainted with it i fore than that he or. Swished confession be stopped and a men in Earnes Tgu straight the Mark and where As the curate and the a is Ster a flamed the charge the woman and the other lady with her husband were ready rut Jfe tyg fils ass that fhe oldxg2nou a unfed tto quite another thing Quot a than the question now it discussed that in the refer not Latall . A any. . Acid in the service for the a sick scarcely a Case Ever Opoutra in which a Clergyman is called on use it. Whereas a a now. If u in Vogue give. Confes a Sion an undue it prominence and make Oft a necessary for Saiga for a. The admission forced from the rec or,.o the. Duty of it confession and absolution in any Cape is his Wear Point in the argument but the admission of a this the prayer Biniok compels him j or Shaw goes outta show Why he had. Cause for a a real alarm.1 hither Thuc differences been vital a a but5 thru altering the character of our Churoff is Alterio and not for the bet ter dragon ome Power fail the danger she Haa be come in some places very like the Church of r a this Ihu a pm Ovea by reference the modified debt dines of tra substantiation of a sacrifice in the eur Hast the doot nne of confession i Ripe furnishing. A a the Mofle of absolution the. High and Unson Tural estimate of. The Priesthood al. Christ s ministers were fhe lords of his a Hennag rather than stewards a for the1 goods of his people 11�?~ithe Zih Ndah eternal doctrine of justification by Faith Only is overlaid very ground won by the Reform has be fought Over again and the memory of those worthies who went through a1 fiery death win our , in some quarters a treated with soon Here then is Toom for More than al pm add a Ory for m dig nation a a if a includes this honest Man will their duty,.the evil will pass away ,1 schism in inevitable and Rome will Rej oboe in our misfortunes i could not read this Ilet Teru without and migration. Or without saying,.�?z a a he honest Man May god bless him Quot in the Flay of the Jib spation of. The car respond Lenee the times comes out3wittf one of its powerful leaders which a a must Rouse the whole country a a depend upon it were the closing words a Elf any important authority in our Church should attempt play at Dalliance with this matter of Auno ular confession great events will not a be Quot far off. This is not one of those quest Ion Whereon there will be any Mutual forbear Ance or Mutual Charity or wherein the Bishop Oan Hope still the raging Wajer Byr scattering Over them extracts from his old Quot sermons. There is a fact in our history that happened a Long time ago a and Fin very Humble life that Shook ithe throne of Plantagenet. Auricular confession attempted be insinuated among our English women would differ Only from the old his torio1 fact As moral of uses differ from physical causes it its effects1 �would1 differ amp Only As convulsions differ from political rebellions i am not myself at All sanguine As great results at least. For a time. Mean while i the tra etarian will work in the dark leading captive silly women in creasing their numbers by the plea a of a persecution and backed by an increasing volume Quot of heresy poured Forth from Oxford university1, poisoned Fountain from whence fill these bitter Waters flow. Two Days ago oame the Annona oem ept of the first message across the ran thus a a Europe an i american a Are uni Ted by Telegraph. A glory god. In Quot the highest and on. Earth Jpe Aoe Gobi vial toward this waste trans Jitt it with addresses of sender and receivers thirty one words in thirty Jive minute a afterwards a message a eight words was receive i in Twenty Ivo minutes. ? a message from .he-, president of the United states containing ninety nine words occupied in re trans Mission verify 1 sixty seven a minutes the words of it the message were not Quot a need. They will Bedspread All it Over your states and territories at this moment. Surely gods glory and the. Worlds destinies Are be largely identified with this wondrous drawing closely together the-1 two nations it who profess his of truth and who Honor his name 1 May a they and prepared for their glorious Raj a and j May their Unity be unbroken till Christ shall Home. A Quot institutions of the country a of reckoning tide of Christian indignation is in v deed beginning it . Flow. Two Days ago meeting tit Nan Secretary of the London missionary society i asked what were his. Imp Esse Ops after the interview Wuu a Niord / Stanley As. it the Indian a Jug Iowa policy of the government. A a very in Favori Sable Quot was the reply. I asked him did he think that a pressure from without won Uhl said a but we meaning a religious a Public must Endeavor eject them from a office a great straggle on which the evangelical masses Mutt enter is thug fore a shadowed. ,. I Ltd of. Sepoy atrocities Jve lowing recent statements a taken. From the Valc Nufa englishman and said have beent0 a received fro Tel a mra 3oip�l a Byi it Wen in it Man Resit a Buster Bazaar,.,. A. Bomarc a Haua a was severely wounded on the night of the 7th Inlo tha wout i her body we a thrown Iutin a in in the churchyard where it wan found by toe chaplain of the station the Bov. R. Panting j very few Mytil and. Wounded i a could survive their sufferings in ooh a a Climax a amp a a and without medical Aid during the flight from Delhi a amp a the Voad Pemba a a a lady a a i a a a i feet in the shoes that had Heel out off a a a we re flying about. A let a a Judex a apply for a Privan account 8f Oor it fire a mad Orialda a Athay meet int w id of mrs. Chamberty 1 the Only survivor of or pow a a _ Sacre is a Young Glady iat Calcutti 1wifliftpidtot count other adventures and sufferings Hub appeared in fchej2?wire, and a and truthfulness have. Been attested.h8ys Telle something of the outrages she a and of her been Toni Profett Edlya Findan e?4apej�f�k�hj a a i tested by the Soulvie Litel Sislain of Ftp a the Queen Mother of nude who would five put her death of Fier it being a Del after the,.takjng sgt of that City apr a int proof Sor a for thet rebels and of her. Final escape. Her. Mind it a said Lis in such a state that she cannot Bear any reference1 the Paasi. Missions in. India in connexion Myrith education and the Indian government have been discussed by or. Mills a. P., at an Auxillia in meeting of the Church Mission any society. He pointedly referred the pro posed policy of the government. It bad been expected that full play been Given missions All that was asked but a the time has not refining lord Stanley he said a a the statesman who told them that the cause of civilization waa not a Sofia Ted with the cause of Christ had misread history,.and , opinion of the people of this expert of the discourage mint which Seh Duls in India would receive would be fair More fatal and serious than was now anticipated. There Are seventeen bundred Christian schools. These Yerna Eular and Anglo vernacular schools contained before the Mutiny seventy thousand Sholan and were entitled Grants in Aid from govern ment on condition of their complying with a. Certain secular Standard. A either the school under Loyd Stanley a policy a must drop or Christiana t at1 Home must3 entirely support them tuned in tug hts shh or it in Erti Momb that not trifle with the religious ins Titti Ltd father it Ryan 6 another Indian Symbol it is said is being sent secretly Over the r North West prov my is. It consists of a a a dried fish a Biseti year before it the rebellion a it was the a Lotus Leaf. It is supposed att Fie i fled 9fish typify that the Vita pity of England is exhausted and the Gael it Imore troops. That is a grand mistake. There is al May Gnu Ficenc Fofos at a lds Rashott Camp at this Maofen and Large reinforce i mental Are oni their a Way the different president is. In cavalry the British army is very powerful a if. Armed with revolvers they would lie like the destroying Ange 1 against any Force of infantry 1 four huh a dred Hight horse thus armed a pursued in u of Jhansi and her flying troops a at a Gwalior. A a brought a a Bay tlfls., Wyma pm her mtr in male attire Weg Vout Gamst them at the had of their of roes but Vuk perished. A the ii6�nt�ouh1. Character of the Ranee $ and m meet and diabolic of a Lompa Manship with her cruelty j a a my Spurgeon is Ufi a Belfast thai Piwek. It was propobea., tunic Garden a a should be Given for. . Teichi is and for the a the multitude a Bimi off a Ray of Soott Porter published a a a Heinert u the proposal, of the gardens a from their proper purpose not concealing his a detestation of the. Trines Likely Lee taught. All this add but a Aliguo Ejier Terest of the occasion,.and make the protest ants love All the More the Champion of�?Ttfih3 a old Pauline the a Helios at Jeddah has led after thei Fai Idre of whitish naval officer obtain the murderers a of Jho consuls and the of the .wp.-.�?T/ajlarge nwwesfjtefflplid1?8 we a Fere. And Flere. Allowed get away thoroughly frightened doubt hut ragflband11 hatred i against the Faith of a the Nazath be ii a fatie4 . Al two the Jsn da.,.turkish comm adapt plea fling. His Power Tessness a. Soond was launched against a the place he Pasha who had been absent theh be turned eleven murder i Era were executed and four prisoners were a Given . Fears of an outbreak Mohammedans in Egypt were at one. Time i entertained but have now abated. From first last the followers of the Prophet have been the Foremost As Well As the Ablest mud most a cruel in a the. Indian rebellion. All Over the but in Bible lands there is a Strong and latent sympathy with movements a in Hindoo Seetot Imore than Fobia if alarm extensively prevailed for the safety or existence of the religion of the Koran. One of satan a greatest and most successful Liest is. Thus by premonition r doomed and by and by after startling Eon pulp inns it May berthat1 the anti Obriss of Rome and medea will perish1 together and the Earth tremble a with other Thunder a of a the or a weather Pont Mues Tavora ble a Pew a and Beks Haf Ltd been a Short crop the wheat is an average Barley deft Cir it i in Russia Anear , there is general Faure from drought inf Flag and amp a Ana penetrating Many feet in Fler in Gronnel. At Odessa crop��1-d�fieient. In fit in at pies int Rel Elovio a a j. ? Jor Tea Femly Rawl a Bazaar Aad Avoca. Death of Revl Johnl Marahall this died at doddvirev8ch&yler�c<wtetymliw�w a thehouse1q�/stei�rt my com Pho id fever Quot we Eitz la it life was Hya oxen Jedi with i. V he had we ppm Fli for a Ahong months two thirds of the time. The in Iuro and Short nil Jay Twenty i he been added . The Ehu Roh of Dob Syville and some i 1to j�r_iajii1 and earn Gree fiut of kindly and3a�4n, trying,. or Thoyl of. A oms Tler a Rtiz Dali he a by . Edh amp Isrl. He Jas m Quot or i l re a re a v Glt i it a a

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