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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner and Advocate (Newspaper) - September 19, 1857, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaPresbyterian 9r#ibrttrl�b a my i a ,11 i in if Tula add of eat i Vou a exp Tjit a i a one thing is needful one thing have i de amp up 5 David Mckinney editor and proprietor. Publication office Gazette building fifth Advance. A a Jln i a tily i ,.wij�i��i in til Ftp for the week ending s Ati r a a fit a 1 a original Oett to W. H. The following from one of our lady Corres Pendents to another comes As near to a pure offering As any thing Mohave recently a a a Sweet Bird permit an Humble Friend to thee an Earnest greeting Send and though my offering lowly be i Trust twill favor find with thee. I know not who or where thou Art but by Sweet strains have touched my heart these strains that strike thy bounding Lyre Are fraught with True poetic the spirit does invite. is Only he can guide aright those words of snored Harmony which of or thy signature to see. When he who left fair Scotia a height to Bear to India heavenly Light when Farewell a Soonta from Liia Tongue Pell fun al then thy Harp was Strung. Oft too thy lays have Comfort borne to souls who in sad silence mourn and in the midst of doubt and fear Point to the words Quot a be of Good cheer a to tempted souls and fallen too that melting look thou bring to View which Christ to erring in Etc gave once to Liui Uble and to save. A sing on and tune thy Harp anew to strains Enrot pts ring pure and True still let thy soul inspiring lays incite to our redeemer a Praise. My Humble pretend in lofty strains with a inst to a Soend yet still i Trust our aim is one to Praise the father spirit a son. A i though we May never meet on Earth i Trust a new celestial birth. 1 has each prepared to meet above ,. In heaven redeeming Lov Nickelsville August 1857. Mart., or. Doff. Far thei presbyterian Banner and Adro Cata. Harvest reflections. God should be remembered by ibis people All seasons and amidst All his providences. A a hourly As new mercies come. Should hourly thanks arise a but Peculiar seasons ahdi8jiepttliitr Bles to is should a do pfc a Law a air Hahs of Vii in. A the tites crib Harvest is one a of those Peculiar seasons Whigob we Are especially called upon to cherish a grateful remembrance of gods heroics past and present unto us. is equally our duty and privilege. We have been permitted in the Good Providence of god to witness another Harvest and to share m its toils and Joys. God has browned the year with his Grood Dess and his paths have dropped fatness from almost every part of. Our land we hear that the Earth has a a brought Forth abundantly a a a of that men would Praise the lord for his goodness and for his wonderful works to the children of men. A a Harvest is the result of much precious toil. supposes a previous seed time. The a fallow ground Quot must be broken up there is a a time to sow a As Well As a a time to reap Quot the Husbandman must a go Forth bearing precious a Harvest is the result of to Little previous anxiety. The Farmer often a sows in be often a a goeth Forth weeping bearing pre Oion seed a or his Load of seed a i e., he a Des Forth into the Field in accordance with Piu Denoe and duty and amidst care and fear of results scatters his seed which May be scarce and dear. The apostle James says a behold the Husbandman wait eth for the precious fruit of the Earth and hath Long patience for until he receive the Early and latter ram. A is a time of great labor. All hands from the oldest to the youngest Are busily engaged every Day from the earliest morn until late in the evening m securing the fruits of the year. J. Amidst much labor and weariness a the Mower fillet his hand a and a a he that bind eth sheaves his and a time of Harvest is universally esteemed a time of Joy Quot by amp the Prophet Isaiah illustrates the great Delight that the Church in the midst of her afflictions should experience by the birth and kingdom of Christ. He says a they Joy before thee according to the Joy in god puts gladness into our hearts when our porn and wine increase. A they that sow in tears shall reap in Joy. He that goeth Forth and weep eth bearing precious seed shall doubtless Home again with rejoicing bang ing his sheaves with a a and he that a reap eth Reoe Iveth wages that both he that a Soweto and he that reap eth May rejoice word a a Harvest Quot in its metaphorical or spiritual sense is variously used in the Bible. 1st. is taken for a seasonable and a proper time for business. Solomon says a the that sleep eth in the Harvest is a son that Mauseth 2d. is put for favourable gospel times when a the word of the lord has free course and is glorified a and when Many Are ready and waiting to receive a in the love and in the Power of Quot when Christ saw great multitudes coming to1 Bear him he said to his disciples a the Harvest truly is plenteous but the labourers Are few Pray be therefore the lord of the Harvest that he will Send Forth labourers into hib Harvest. The word a Harvest also denotes a time of judgment. Thus the Prophet Joel exhorts a a put be in the a sickle for the Harvest is Ripe. Out Down these sinners who by their sins Are ape for judgment. So when the destruction of Babylon is predicted the language is.1 a a tbtt8 Saith the i ors of hosts the god of Israel the daughter of Babylon is like a threshing floor Jit is ume to thresh her yet a Little while and the time of her Harvest shall a arid on Saviour in his parable of a the sowei1,�?� says a the Harvest is the end of the world or the Day of judgment is and this pers use. The wj1? a Ither Dopf of revelator in reference to i so me Streat event we read a a a and another Angel oame out of the Quot Temple a str whig Afuhia loud voice to him that a a the Cloud. Thrust in the sickle and reap for the time is come for thee to reap for the Harvest of the Earth is this subject should teach us 1st. To be diligent in securing the salvation of our precious souls. As Aho Wise Husbandman diligently prepares his soil and Oasis in his seed and watches against �1 evil influences that he Maya a in due time a reap a of a a a Fabies thai Vest so should won a give All Diligence to make a our calling add election the use of Means to an end is As necessary in spiritual things As in temporal. In both All our blessings Home from. God but in both exertion is ours. To is just As True that our personal salvation is the of exult off dts Eph anxiety of the daily striving watching praying believing repenting and Hoy living As that a natural Harvest is the result of much previous and i Tyand toil. We must plough and sow before we can reap the food that perish eth and we must break up the fallow ground of our hearts and sow to ithe spirit before we can reap life everlasting. And if. We labor for the one we should especially labor for the other a a for the redemption of the soul is precious and Cea Seth its salvation is a the one thing needful a the Pearl of great we should then labor not for the meat which perish eth but for that meat which endure Hunto everlasting if any act otherwise and rest satisfied1 with the temporal to the neglect of the spiritual they a will finally i Ament a a the Harvest is past the is ended and to Are. for a a Howshall we escape if to neglect so great salvation ?. A 2d. To do Good to others As god shall give us Opportunity. Let us be imitators of god. If he has blessed us bountifully Jln to us a a devise Liberal things a a toward others. was an interesting feature an the jewish harvests that by the lord s direction they were not to reap their Fields too closely but must leave the Corners and the Glt a figs of their Fields for the poor and the stringer.1 thus the duty off cultivating a benevolent spirit was inculcated a a not to look Emory Man on his own things but every Man also on of others. Let us 1,1 go and do let us try t�1 relieve the wants and alleviate the miseries of those1 around us. Especially let on benevolent activities exhibit themselves in securing the spiritual Well being of others. A Todo Good and to communicate forget not for with such sacrifices god is Well is wonderful sometimes to see what great results Spring a from even a appear in a feeble Means or Sowall beginnings f Gog Jip orders both in nature and in Grace. A verily verily i sap Ifni a Jsu a Abas setting �?oexo4f.w�?~ form pm 3aianto a a Ifer re tend and1�?Tdie Arideth alone but if Idie much fruit , some sixty and some an Hundred sometimes one remark one bad shall be unerringly separated the final Harvest the Day of judgment. The son of Man shall Send Forth his Angels and they shall gather out of his kingdom All things that offend and them which do iniquity Quot and shall Caa them into a Furnace of fire there he wailing and gnashing of Teeth. Then shall the righteous Shine Forth As the Sun in the kingdom of their father. In to hath ears to Bear. Jet him surely if becomes each of its to khow his own character and pro pet and to be prepared lor i their rear Day of final reckoning. Now is the seed time of eternity. Now is the favourable period Igor the exercise and growth of repentance a Faith a to d godly Quot living. And according Tozour anxieties and labors will / he our Reward. The j exhortation and Promise Are a a let us not be weary in Well doing. For. In due season we shall reap if we faint but a the end of some things is death. A a a be not a i deceived god is Noc mocked for whatsoever a Man Soweto that shall he also reap. For he that Soweto to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption but he that Soweto to the spirit shall of the spirit reap life everlasting a permit me then my-1 dear readers in All earnestness to enquire what kind of see Daryou sowing for eternity.? As religion what As new professors what ? As men and woman what ? As parents what ? As children and youth what be Wise Intima. A is my dress to defer. Lastly. A me should learn to rejoice Praise god forever for the riches of redeeming Grace. As is reasonable and proper for us to rejoice in the precious fruits of the11 Earth and to Praise god for our Bountiful lives maybe prolonged and rendered useful and Happy so should we Especial la rejoice and Praise him for spiritual blessings for his own son and up strand word for our salvation an for All the Public and private ordinances of his worship whereby our souls May be nourished to eternal of these things should put More gladness into our hearts than when our Corn and wine Are increased. But 0. What heart can conceive what Tongue can describe the Job Sand triumphs of that grand Harvest when All the precious fruits of Sal vat Ion shall be brought. Safe Home to glory then will god rejoice will Christ rejoice Willanger rejoice a will ministers re a Joice will every redeemed sinner rejoice. Of that time May , a a the the lord shall return and come to Zion with songs and everlasting Joy upon their Heads they shall obtain Joy and gladness and sorrow and sighing shall flee away Way dear Reader. May Youvand a be affix nil the Happy number that shall keep , Harvest Home in heaven. D. L. H. Jyh tract one Sermon one Book proves the. Means of the conversion not Only of a single soul but through this one of other souls whose Circle of influence Eon tues widening a and. Deepening upon others successively while time lasts. A Harvest is usually a time of great labor and of an abundant Supply so gospel times Are times of great labor and of. Great blessings to All who will rightly seek them. They Are times of great labor. The Harvest a says Christ a is multitudes Are perishing for Lack of the bread of heaven heathens Mohammedans. Jews. Papists and protestants and Many of these Are anxious to receive the gospel. A a now. Or never a then must we hold Forth to them this word of life As both they and we Are rapidly hastening to the Quot eternal world a a but the labourers Are few we must then labor my ohm Yea the More Early a and late and amidst privations and weariness while we a a Pray the lord of the Harvest to Send Forth labourers into his a a a a in a natural Harvest All hands Are Busy until the Harvest is garnered so should we All be in this spiritual Harvest ministers and people Young and old earnestly desiring to gather As Many sheaves As possible for god and heaven. 1 there is a work for ally some to preach some to Pray and some to a a devise Liberal things. And if we thus labor then the Blessing will be great. We shall not labor in vain. The Promise is sure a they that sow in tears shall reap in Joy. He that goeth Forth and weep eth bearing precious a seedy shall doubtless a come again a with rejoicing bringing his sheaves synth him.�?�. How much a has the gospel already accomplished both in our own and other lands. But if we examine the prophecies we shall find that a Mueh greater Harvest is a before us than any that has Ever yet been reaped. All past ingathering whether among jews or gentiles were Only As the first fruits of the Harvest the leaven has begun to ferment but the whole Lump a is to be leavened the1 Stone which was a a out out of the Moua Tain without hands a and which has begun to smite the image on its feet shall yet fill the whole Earth. And the Long dark night of the reign of anti Christ shall speedily be brought to a close for a a the lord shall consume that wicked with the spirit of fils Mouth and shall destroy him with the brightness of huf coming a All the religions activities of Tobej Church her Sabbath schools Bible glasses Reli Giotis , translation and circulation of the scripture in All the modern languages educated ministry and growing spirit of missions and liberality in. Sustaining them to have the gospel preached to every creatures Are All just so much Good seed sown for the millennial Harvest already ripening. A a a cast a a then a a a thy bread upon the Waters for thou Shalt find after Many a in the morning sow thy seed and in the evening withhold not thine hand for thou know est hot whether shall Prosper either this or that or Whethe re they both shall be alike Good a 3d. Let us learn to prepare for the final Harvest. The end of the world the. Harvest of the great Day is rapidly approaching. Speedily will the command be a Iven a thrust in thy sickle and reap for the time is come for thee to reap for the har a Vest of the Earth is soon must we All be Cut Down and pass the most searching examination of the great Husbandman. "a1 Tares and wheat grow together in our Fields an d in a the time of Haive a Are separated Quot thief dares a to be burned a Rilke fire qtyf/thi1 who a Tai Ben gathered ban if s-.1 there is a mixed multitude Fin the Church of Christ on Earth but a a the Good and the from our. London correspondent. Special notice of Brahms my and caste sir c Napier s remarkable language probable solution of d great problem fighting before Delhi a standing army a Stem necessity John Bull s Folly the peace men the Atlantic Cable broken close of parliamentary session two important b la so tractor Anim m Rural vis to cts sketches from the life of nigh Church and pus cite be Formant est to e tory Nobleman and the lofty Pew a the three priests and lather confessor a a Van dissent when or. Whiteside vacating such a course Down caste a Well How c that the High caste sepoy missionary had no Access is Bel ? is there not Here a a crib cowardice and unfaithful no seems to come first the re leave to the a a creator spin1 Voke him to a a Brood on the Waters a and then a i shall be1 Beauty a remarkable Papek of written in 1850, has just very i prophetic is Justilio from his pen. He advocates the natives a common chances with a ourselves before they also says disapprovingly a a Hig is to say Mutiny is encourage Tion of natives to be officers rally Lead them a a to throw Casti and be like ourselves All but i have no belief a he a Power of caste resisting the for any great length of time b is too Strong for nonsense in and i believe if the indians cers. On the same footing Abou would be perfectly faithful and Odine christians not that i wan them but so will be a the language is so Sig Ifica festive of a possible providential a great a difficulty. That i have copied and beg particular this is the language of a Man Ivi Nituna a a a Jitu Ai e asks. Not add a of a Fth a Oil Juit to pass Tiibi Flothe j we must let us in a 5e of a he 1 Ift i he u aia Irwy Ailt a hive a put he l i a Ftfe pm Jaunt a �.�&., ter i . J j o giving comm and be of he caste that a a to ipod id Grad the dogs Olor a in the a a Tan Foti Ith reason Long run \ made of i Rives they i time be j convert j by a a Igi. I Lutio ti1 of i been i a laborious one. Lattes i the House of commons has sat almost Day and measures of importance have been passed. The first is lord Campbells excellent Bill for the suppression of the Sale of obscene publications. This infamous traffic prevails in London Rumore extensively than in any capital in Europe. Occasionally a seizure is made pall a shop is shut up in Holywell Street but nine of ten others remain open to polite �nd1 destroy. We Trust to see those abominations swept ithe other measure is the,.divorce.bill. Harlia inept refuses to recognize the Romish Dogma of the Indi solubility of marriage web fat else of a do Lifery As Gladstone and the try Stariat my Iofe iut also abolishes disgraceful Crimson. A action i for Idama Ges gives Power to in iffy parties to Mary sympathy with missions a such to Jahadi no a a Good a bad Christian. Rufi trucking to the people and their vile superstitions on the ode hand deposing the native officers on the other. , fault in the Indian government English men also acting a As magistrates corrupt and licentious times. Sir Charles says a i have give mrs . As the too corned gho Orka the line and showing that we can e soldiers without their have an caste but Only a single one. There will and must be a revolute matter. The Bombay Low caste a soldiers Are firm the petted Mutiny god reigns he will i who shall hinder him 7 1 been i be filth f a a Psi Tutol Sti Butteri i blow 1 fowl in his no caste a Huju s i a a fld i j Ere fight i Gaft of a Jer with Joe Boisi Geh Cal contrast Shaftsbury and Bickersteth the value of dissent m Rural parishes sex Selusi e dealing London Light for Rural dark Ness examples a Case of persecution the Squire and the priest Defeated the tract Nan depot stones. Crosses and. The a med Ceval London. August 17 1857. Heathen idolatry m connexion with the influence of caste come out very strongly in connexion with the insurrection against British Power in India. To the Calcutta Baboon. The Bengal government gave the Assurance that1 would continue to respect a a All the scruples of caste a which virtually is to support Hindo ism for what is caste ? is not a civil but religious institution and As both american and British missionaries know and feel every Day is the stronghold of a idolatry in India. Of the four original castes the Yai Syas As extinct the Khz Etnas exist if All in very Small numbers and is not pretended that the Mudras Are a pure class. They Are a mixed race from intermarriage. What then is the class or caste who Are the great actors in this revolt7 the brahmans and they alone j exist As they were. The theory is that they Are divine a a twice born a a a race Superior to All others m origin in Sanctity and m natural rights. This theory we must recognize and thus1 acknowledge to a the sepoy Brahman that we Are a defiled inferior race a if the. Governor general himself were to touch the eating or drinking vessel of a Hindoo of caste these vessels would be so writes judge wylie1 from1 Calcutta the following Are extracts from the sacred books the shastra As translated from the. Original sanskrit a a the Brahmi do Are our superiors. A a the Brahms alone existed in the beginning. A a a i have created the four 1 cables according to their gratifications and acts. A a there sprang from brahmans Mouth beings endowed with the Quality of goodness a others from his breast pervaded by Tho Quality of a Foulness others from his thighs m whom Foulness and darkness prevailed and others from his feet is whom the Quality of darkness predominated. These were in succession beings of the several casts Brahms Khz Etnas Yai Syas and Sudrala. The brahmans Are my Mouth the Khz Etnas my Aims the Vatsaas my thighs and the Sandras my feet. Their Powers decrease a since the Brahman sprang from the most excellent parts since he was. , and since he possesses the veda he is by right the chief of this whole creation. A a a a a Brahman whether Learned or ignorant is a powerful Dimity even As lire is a powerful divinity whether consecrated or popular. A a a All brahmans Are excellent and always to be honoured without Dison mation whether they Are Learned or unlearned. These excellent brahmans who Are guilty. Of Buch crimes-1 As theft Are offenders against themselves not others. He who does not immediately Bow Down when he sees his Tutor or a ,1-or the image of a god becomes a dog on the Earth a a whosoever bears but a drop of water which h a been in Contact with a1 sins in his i body Are immediately destroyed. Whosoever carries on his head the holy things touched by a Brahmi no a foot Venly verily i say he is freed from All �sins.�?�, is a a difficult question in moral casuistry whether a government established by a professedly i Tustian nation like ours should abolish caste Quot and make it1�?Tillegal but Takeh in connexion with the lying fraud and obscenity identified a Withy the worship of the people society May Ell regarded a crime producing a of is a cd Lff of a sly Lemoral. Delhi there had been be ing. Great dash and Conrage on English officers and soldiers some native troops. Their All had suffered terribly. Ona a was much loss of Lwe Kroff a Pond la ref the Temes expected tha amp Tiff lanes Ana i july the place would be1 entered by one of the Gates blown open by Gunpowder the Point of the Bayonet. The mutineers of Tatai infatuation on our. Side have a the largest Arsenal in India two Hundred thou Sand pounds of powder Many millions of percussion Caps and hand rods of thousands of rounds of ammunition. They were finn Rico Twenty four pout iders for every eighteen Pounder of ours and the English were Short m artillery men. A letter water from calcutta11 indicates that the conspiracy has been going on for some years and that Persia and Russia Jos a a a a i Feas a a riia Slva we or o a will get another step Ini <j55ui� was Gove to piracy As for dts 4h in i ent Tith �1 Mah a Irtis Tyrce a Lei Yimsin 1 us m aft by thase up a Rii Seji Lybov conscientiously objects but open amp his Parish Church Foj the purpose to figy o her Clergyman who As to Uch samples. A i. 11 have written a add Deal i Nee past ,gf-.,tracrarl4ii8m a in town Lut i have recently seen its or kids in a Rural District the scene is a a Tenn place on tile Oduth West err Joast of England but a few Bare ago Heath covered Hills i Overlook in Gahol ski a Yin paid Raj of Jeldness of the Best there was but a few on the sides and crests of the Hills and of cd be �-n��krveffinl% 1 ifs Quot use eau full ready and Tiffany a is with smiling , bearing Gardes in Tho rear. These Villas Are built Ana fur ibid Bra ftn18 off a fun to Lii Felt ii a Jmes a a units Winter a Iodate. A when if he Rpyal is wipe Tel cd a the Spring ads wwbjpsdl1�6 siamil8e/jth8k,?Fari Frh Senes of occupants from London and Nanny 1 in bet o$3�?ffik� to bes Foddy Depe Nde Fet Hin Tipsi for tip pot Are Adnum her of tri Ideh Aye dug America there Kef Jurse Aud sent out to India and the raising of militia regiments m their Stead bring up the question once More of the Quot a necessity of a Large standing army c is questionable whether the United states will not Fiad impossible Ere Long to do without a greatly in increased military Force. As for us we Are a Penny Wise and p found foolish i this matter and this moment have nine thou Sand armed men Riess in the country than even during the . Every fourth year on an. Average we Are m some fresh and unexpected Peni of War or an actual conflict which 18 a always a of of ouse to be a a the very last,7 but is not 1 the times has a Thunder my article on this matter. shows the madness a of ,1 Well trained soldiers of disbanding the foreign legion which the East India company might have had and of reducing artillery men Adother needful troops John Bull is like the a London corporation which has a standing Law that no officer is to Jap Pear in his regimentals and sword or Soldier with his red coat and Bayonet in the Bounds of the1 City proper when War comes a and Victory follows the Victor is feted and complimented in with a Gold Box containing the Freedom of the City but peace returned Tho Ory in of begone a so is with a a John aforesaid politicians Utah a a rians and fanatic peace men alas look forthe millennial bronc nerhood amp tune when christianity has not cemented human hearts a by. The common attraction of the Cross. All these say As soon As one War is Overa a away with soldiers and sailors armies and fleets reduce them to the lowest Point we shall never want Triem again a a is quite True a that the army and Navy Cost us such enormous sums that a commercial nation is naturally eager to reduce the expense but experience proves that after All there May he such a thing As was once denounced by a statesman As a a an ignorant impatience of taxation a we must pay to retain what we have. A Anes Jand Smai elation of labourers diners. Shoe takers. Four Miles off is a Parish Church strictly so called i Between and b stretches. And undulating Plain Oce Piea chiefly by squatters on the yet unbroken Heath although nearest. You come on a Well cultivated Dis not. With its farmsteads Orchards wheat Fields and Hedges stands the old Parish Church and its vicar is As each of his predecessors have been for generations the nominee of the Noble House of Quot Malmsbury. My lord m s sat is near hand and across the Meadows a Sia Bye path to the Parish Church to which he repairs family when he is not in London. He is tory of the old school. He was foreign Secre tar under lord Derby. Abd his father was formerly ambassador Petersburg his lordship tbsp amp built in from the congregation of the Parish Church by the erection of a Pew so lofty that none of the profane vulgar can look Over sometimes indeed the peasant congregation Are favored with a go Muse of Isoble juvenile faces look a my Over the Pew and making grimaces by no Means of an defying character Well in the Jarish of Huron for centuries the a a Highland dry a a school Quot has1 had its representative and save for zealous dissent admirably worked by or. Gnu an Independent minister Christ Church and a loan of wondrous Energy All would be the slumber of spiritual death to this Day i but. b athe fashionable watering place comprehended in the ready indicated attract Arian priest obtained some years ago the perpetual Curacy. A he has added Side wings to the Church. He has placed a stained Glass window behind the communion table with the figures of the apostles and of Christ adding also sundry of these Eccles biological and significant emblems in the use of which Puse ism delights to imitate Rome f then there is a Rood screen and if you will go with me to Church on a Sabath afternoon a Youj Wil see. Hory. Matter Are conducted and a voluntary a on the Organ announcing their approach Quot to the expectant people1, three pests March in two of them who Are juniors Kneel on the Steps of the communion table with their faces eastward while thei eldest who is the incumbent in. Ters 1 the Reading desk. The a a voluntary is Over the two priests Rise a from , and each takes ,-with prayer Book open each Side of the screen so hiding himself that the people cannot see him of if his sacred presence and person Are All revealed you Are Only favored with a profile glance a of his very priestly a and i the. Loss of three Hundred Miles length of the Atlantic Telegraph Chain a has put an arrest on the great undertaking the Chain was repeatedly foretold would not. Stand the Strain a being too Light after the sad news reached London the �1,000 shares of the company �900 paid which bad"1 been Only �5 discount fell to �750. Theu directors Are about to consider whither toy renew the attempt,1 or let stand Over a till a next year one writer in the times advises that the government should Purchase the Cable and us for. A Telegraph across the Indian Ocean. A Telegraph to. India All events is resolved on�?T1 thus wart and tumults hasten on the divine purpose of a bringing near to one another the extremities of the Globe and so science shall font Educ More to bring her offerings to the feet of the worlds destined Sovereign i the elections in Moldavia being annulled. And appointed lord3 Stratford who backed the Porte in s re-1 tubal is Saidu will he Neo alled and lord he Den Quot now maund go to Constantino a pie in biplaoe1 i sear Fely credit0this1 to s a ii. A. Al inor of the. Removal of , Diplo statist ,.opponent of izing lord Palmerston shakes hib did in Rush in a intrigue. the american i Misban a m,u8t add from old remembrances and the Strong family Heness Between anglican and roman priests his Maynooth Ian countenance 1 1 a this is an afternoon service Only and there is to be no Sermon the a fact is the zealous Oxford ites. Are Yery Busy to Day,.and every sunday hero this morning they a began 8 of clock with the conic Union ser vice and the Celebration 1 of thei eucharist. A a the iwo ild thus receive fasting which is a Benefi then 11 of clock came the full morning service,1, with the psalms and Creed chanted add Sermon followed. To night nth seven of clock will be a full evening service,1 with Sermon but this half past four services to last Jone hours is a kind of a Little go a and jew Nile the choir i ants the psalms and the lessons Are i read from a lectern Over .which., you scarcely see the head of one of the Yonng priests a the two special objects Arey Lusty. Exa Mihatou of young1 people,<2d, Publio i baptism. Let us listen a Thep to the Hoate-1 causing. After lesson the Clergyman leaves the desk and takes Quot behind the common Iii Imler 11 Tolfe a a Organ is a allaying �?~all�?Tthe1 of Mlej and a but Wightw toi boys to l�a�flwplwedilot49pl9mpi,too a Rand Day tit Den of Eden was an Emblem o presbyterian either m Britain or would methinks have replied a a was an Emblem of immortality of eternal but the Young tract Arian catechumen glibly re plied As he had been taught a a was an Emblem of the holy communion a and so the cat Chising went on for about a Quarter of an hour or More the words of Chri a a except be eat the flesh a &b., applied As to maoists apply them and As archbishop usher denounced them for so doing to the lords supper As the Means of eternal life the Only redeeming a Point was that the Power of absolution in the Church was brought out As a a Only or. To appears has not got to the in hath of or. Pm say a or. Liddel and cd re air priests in tto i die amp Esey of Exeter who actually hear penitents and give absolution. There a is a Little Fth so m the pyrrhon hah Point a a one gentleman in orders res sent thou h pot employed n is said receives Peni tests Quot his residence in his pm Laidre so and duly confesses and absolves them jealous of this or disapproving the Mauiu inept keeps Clear of Theta confess pal. He satisfies himself m the time with a morning and evening services everyday with a Day school m which High do Trine s Art taught with a Little Book of the a publications of to Imaa to is 1 a noted Len on pm semite pub shy by keeping Clear of the Isible society in g his curates Over the Region rotund Aii nut a Sid nil did the Little Church of John. A Muthe wilderness. Out among the seat ered population of the moors and last a pot be att by Tel mpg jus congregation that is a so to go other place on sundays except heir own fehuroh1. A j ii a to in diocese of we re this is gom Glon if cold High Church is in j and a zealous but a Gnoj cent . I i vide the. Empire of men s souls Ubety yen them and satan triumphs. Xue there Are Hll ssh de exceptions Here and there an Oasis in a the pm Tufts desert. A for exp Nople fourteen Niles from lord Malmsb i a godly son. Just As was the Case wit Maule. Of Scotland now lord pan Mii the their High and dry a just As Oldie armure supported the be oudh a moderates and refused Sites As. Long As he dare. To the free Church protesters. The Quot new lord pan Mure comes into his father s Possession to Foster free Church ism. And spiritual religion Tho new lord Shaftsbury a reigns in his fathers a Stead to of Erich an lamest evangel so. And so in . Giles a Parish. Dorsetshire. He is not Only building i Good houses for the Farmers and cleanly Homes for the labourers but he has presented a f Nephew of the lamented Edward Bicker Steth to the living and now a pure gospel a the Church and id the school begins to i stir up the stagnant population and to educate the rising race for Christ one feels too out in the English counties the preciousness of evangelical dissent especially in Bye gone Days earn est churchmen confess that but for this religion would have died out of the land. Too often dissent is bitter narrow Ultra democratic.1 and has lost its Pristine Power. Still its evangelical teaching is its Salt its conserving principle. One feels,.also, what a Blessing is the Days of tor ism Are numbered. Looking old mansions and their ancestral Trees yon1 think of1 Nobles Quot and to persecute the Puritan the time a of the civil War Home Back Ithen the. Revolution of 1688 then the accession of the douse of Hanover and the full1 and final establishment of religious a Liberty True a Squires will persecute still if a they can exclu8ivedeaiingiscncouraged by the High Church and tract Nan clergy and dissenting tradesman or shop keeper finds that ? sugar is not All so1 Sweet his Tea not the Best and fits butchers meat very info nor to that of his steady Church going neighbor who bows abjectly before the Squire Rector. And so the poor dissector if not sustained by his own party,11 must either conform or starve still a free r press tree opinion a a free country a the a Fence of Law keep these Gentry within Bounds and their spite shows itself very Small indeed. A another from my observation of Quot the state of religion in the country a and is a a what Ablessin Guthat London is so populous to increasingly to u Lous a that so a is a strange remark but i refer to the numbers Yuho every year Home up from country districts where All is death Quot from parishes Over the boundaries by of which Quot an Quot evangelical Church Clergyman however Earnest Dore not step to preach can Sec and who Settle Down in London where in the Chireh and out of the pare gospel i preached with such plainness and. was thus a bin Romaine and Newton and Goode and Cecil Jim stored in the Metropolis that the lord revealed himself to a Many a country born Man or woman who from their bps heard for the first time the Unsearchable Nehes of Christ., so has been a the present Century up to this hour London is a Oen Trei of. Light to All England and visitors to and those. Driven by adversity to seek As a new Field of Enterprise Are there arrested by the. The High thu Rob. Year expels the people from the Chapel True the Jesuu hag fallen out to the furtherance of the gospel but we see a fresh proof in this Case of what England would be a were Gaudite principles to have dominance again. And now concluding this sketch of trac arianism in the country where i began just walk Down the High Street of by a with me and Stop before a certain Wiir Dow. This is the tract Nan Book shop. A there is not and evangelical Publ cation to be seen but plenty of legendary Story books and High Church tales to mislead the Joung. And More than this crosses m Bronze and crosses in a Broches. For dra Wing a Deans Aid for dress and there. To Thuo Orner is a a the medieval alphabet is amp the of help Young and old in Ecel Etiological studies j Abd so with. A sign Bibid to Rte arianism to the a Poutry a re for such a lengthened notice being the importance of the1 Topio in Oon Pexsa we off tie signs of the times and this fact that Haje had hither for in Quot oppo Rte Njuty Trouv per soul observation of bringing uie re pious condition1 off Rural districts in Quot a Ftp Glaff a prominently a Oleary before your Rea ddn i f jew imm a Tammy i ii. I Iii i full i ii. A facts a fit i lamp a la. ? i to ,.t of 11 i say against a aka Iraq Niiro . To a i f r 1 when is not Espisale. To be poor we Iwa up Fere i satisfaction than to live magnifier stay void riches 1j f 1 4,11�?�re��?� Giitl i Luid a l a lab duh 1 a night me cannot Teu Quot whether the nver a shallow or deep so neither can we judge of a a Sile flt a a secret a whiff to�?Tth6, we must have Light or Bis he obis to 8puod him Jan in Iotria 3�lj us a a a Man should h�l%�t�6e l�1iadfftes#n is Bat e is Wiser to if was yesterday a Pope. In i to ii a a _ i j common paths a sometimes a septs o us a poor thing to walk in these common a paths Quot wherein All a Are walking. Yet these common paths Are Tho paths id i which blessings travel they Are the ways m which god . Welcoming and fulfil ung the lowest duties which meet us there we shall often be surprised to find that1 we have unawares been welcoming and entertaining Angels the spheres of the sexes a a circumstances Well examined there can be no doubt Providence has willed that 1 Man should be the a head of the human a race even As women is its heart that he should be its strength ass hens Ita solar Etc of be should be its Wisdom As she is its Grace that he should be its mind its impetus and its courage Ashe is its sentiment Charm and its Consolation a sin. Fower. Buxton have you Ever thought of what that Man is who teaches children you go into the workshop of a wheel Wight he la making wheels and shafts and you say he is a useful Man. You visit the shop of a the Blacksmith and Yon find him Busy making pick axes hammers and ploughshares and you say that this Man is a essential you Salute these skillful Llabores. of a schoolmaster a late Nim More profoundly. Do you. Know is doing lie is a manufacturer of minds. / i j ? l decision and truth a whatever you think proper to Grant a. Child let .be granted the first word. Without entreaty or prayer and above All without making any conditions Grant with pleasure re fuse with reluctance but let your re focal be . Importunity shake your Resolution let the positive a no a when once pronounce be a Vail off brass which a child when he. Has. Tried a length against half a dozen times shall never More Endeavor to shake. Very Good and True a How great the mistake of. Parents who Jabor Alff Tupy a Tyr to Reader their qhil4rennindepepdent and either neglect their moral Ana intellectual training or commit entirely to others. A in a their proper place. Stimulate them a to exertion. Limit sparingly to Pieket a Money deny your serves Many social pleasures for their Sake. Enter with them into amusements which minister to physical and intellect us a health and Wel Home associates who will enlighten Theta minds 1 and improve their morals let next a engagements whatever interfere i with school a. Preparations a regard ithe noblest off beings and a set a a higher value upon the Progress which Toey make hinder theirl tuition than upon a Silven Peter songs a ladies Magazine Sabin ath .Jsea in calmly so peping Opp an 11cowesjtbe Dawn vat Sabbath Day Clouds a hat raged in wild comm option a sails away a i in Ojess a u fit sol Tweito cult of the a sea hand of everlasting love and brought to the knowledge which saves i Thanki god a ache Inilda Stoneb per the8avionr the i know something of the truth of this,1, 11j 3jlinje�ltjie a yes of Galilee in persons who thus came into our own As to a. I Sembly ignorant an careless Butch pm of a see the fiery Sun to rest Sermon proof like others but ubom Blind fluid Afi Twilight others but born Blind and kept Blind hitherto then a heard be Quot Tel heed and1 Are now enlightened,1-consist,. Entz followers of the Lamb v Fiji a revert i to the subject. Of persecution for conscience Sake a remarkable Case recently. Occurred of inthe neighbourhood of the new Forest Hampshire Hartfo Fifthe District about which-1 have Heen writing. A -n jew Chapel a has be provided Fqy the Pic jims and a priestly oppression. A1-� poor a Man Thomaas Riant receiving Only fifteen shillings to Tai fuck i Fox upwards off thirty years1 Quot Ltd bored among the benighted 3 1 seeks a Irving Moth res breast 1 a no swell Vespe Bells Are pealing �?~o�?Ter1 the sea1 in Rafello ohime a spirit Bonesio holier feeling 1 we a Yew of evening time. Starry Isles offjjghflpfh�,458 a a a from the dark Depths of the a �knd3tk� so a the re kurd a hot Fig v Noi Jwj Jurt a amp Khmo Dow amp inc a in go being sym off i i

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