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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - July 19, 1862, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaM Kinne in Little r Vio my Kinney amp co. Editor and proprietors. Terms in Advance. San ill 80ttsorimion8 $1 50 to 0lusai. 1u5 Tilliy imd in either of to a cd lbs .2.00 for of o doll Abb the will Bend by mall Sevaty number find or own numbers Costorf sending us Twenty subscribers Tad upwards will pc Heitov e n t i 11 p t Wilwyn t charge. It r. Item Ais of a to Umby Little boors the year expires band payments by Safe hands or by mail. Direct All utters to David my Kiffney life co., st a. A bitty urge . For the presbyterian Banner. Case of the Central can Rcpt Allegheny City. At the meeting of the presbytery of Allegheny City a Sewickley on the 8th of july to consider Tho report of a committee appointed to visit the Central Church and if possible to heal the dissensions which have Arisen therein the following action was taken and the temporary and were directed1 to publish m the presbyterian Banner the documents Whicha re necessary to place the subject ,.the Publio. The. First of. These documents is the re port of the a committee appointed at the meeting of june Lothy through their chairman the Rev. Or. Soft As follows the committee appointed to Confer with the Memoria lists and the other part of the congregated of the Central Church of Allegheny Chat in reference to the difficulties existing in the Baid Church would respectfully present to presbytery the following rep Oft of their proceedings and the results of them. A you committee met. At the Central Church agreeably to appointment and both parties being duly and fully represented by their respective committees proceeded to a hear both As to the nature and. Extent of their existing difficulties and the possibility of an amiable adjustment. Having spent some hours in this Way on the1 Day designated they by adjournment met there a second time on the so mst., when the following results were attained your committee deemed it a matter of importance in the outset of their proceedings to ascertain the extent of the dissatisfaction existing in the congregation or in. Other words the comparative strength. Of the respective parties. So far of this could be determined it was found that there were 174 of the members and be who Lder who adhere to the pastor and congregation and 91 with the for the erection of the Church edifice the former paid ,$3,465, and the latter $4,927/ and the amount of the Pew re rits of the former is $1,113, and the latter $1,099.50, the first question which properly a ame before your committee was whether Lay any. Means of Mutual explanation and fraternal Eon Ferenze these two parties could be amicably reunited in their existing pastoral relations both sides expressed their belief that there were no personal feelings or alienation which would prevent their harmonious reunion and cooperation under a different relation but while the majority expressed their steadfast adherence to their pastor the minority alleged that they could not be induced to remain. Under his ministry while he continued in words to avow and in action to express As they believed his unwillingness to the Success four arms and a Blessing upon a the efforts of our government to suppress the a rebellion on this subject it was found that1 inhere had been and could no patiently. Be no change on either aide and your committee accordingly. Proceeded to a second inquiry which1 they had presented what terms the parties would respectively . An amicable adjustment of Beir pecuniary and other claims in Jase t division of the congregation should be deemed necessary the Memoria lists proposed air the first meet a ing either to refund to the other part of the congregation All they had paid for the erect in of the Church edifice Atid so retain a pass Pastop of. A he building., and the. Charter or if the others preferred it they would in being reimbursed in the sum they had paid relinquish All their claims to the of Huron property and charter. At the second meeting the majority acceded to the first of these alternatives and proposed. To refund to the amount of their entire outlay amounting Quot to $4 -927, in regular payments if is trustees and , they would give them the exclusive and. Peaceable. Possession of the property. The Memoria lists on the one Side and the committee of the Oungre gation on the other unanimously assented to this agreement and the conference was then closed. A a it will be it seen that this adjustment proposed by the me amp of Nahss and accepted by the 1 ,1 has reference simply to the a pecuniary involved. M the separation1 while the duty prescribed by the presbytery was that the committee should if possible reconcile the differences 11 existing Between the two parties in the Church. The preservation of the Unity of the Church sol far a presbytery is concerned is the Paramount Desideratum and this arrangement of the pecuniary question does not Seq to have resulted As of course it ,.the, accomplishment of anything toward reconciliation of differences. The two parties in the congregation Are separated As widely As Ever and an important Post in the Church is weakened to a serious extent it it be that to pastor is stumbling Block f inthe Way of a Felon citation should Dot a sincere regard for the interests of the Church be a sufficient motive to induce recommend to him. The resignation-1 of-1 the pastoral charge of that congregation. A Quot the Ommittee therefore submit Quot to a adoption of one or the other of the following alte Rouvas via 1. That inasmuch As the continuance of the present pastoral relation involves the unjust exclusion from their rights of so Large a number of members of this congregation who although numerically i a minority have much the largest pecuniary interest in the Church building and that inasmuch As the preservation of the Unity and integrity of this Large and important congregation is of much More consequence than the it rests of am individual pastor therefore the presbytery earnestly recommend to or Plumer theft Sig nation of his . R ,. 2. The second alternative which the committee recommend m Case. Presbytery should not deem it expedient and adopt the course just stated is that they assent to. The pecuniary. Arrangement agreed to bythe parties and that measures be taken for the organization of the Maori twin to anew congregation. Or in Case Thoy de not prepared at present to go into such an organization that the Money to be refunded by the majority fee., invested and held for the erection of a net presbyterian Church at some future time in the City of Allegheny. A a should this Altern Tive be adopted by presbytery the committee would suggest that m View of the causes of this con Tern plated division and the a danger of a Miff construction of the a arms of presbytery -in1 assenting to it the Brethren of that congregation be carefully and kindly re-1 minded of the High ground which with a vol. A. No. 44. Pittsburgh saturday a july 19, 1862. Whole no 512 vast unanimity our Church has taken on the obligations of to a becoming loyalty to our government and sympathy a Vita it in its efforts to suppress tie existing rebellion that care should he taken by them to discount Nance All disloyal sentiments and to. Be United with All our churches in maintaining and giving utter Ance to that sacred and Noble adherence to of. This Republic and the integrity of this nation the presbyterian Church has Ever been distinguished and that it is 11 the full persuasion that our Brethren of that Church will a in Fly receive and faithfully heed this Presb Tenal counsel that we now Sanction this arrangement and the congregation. All which is respect fully submitted a Swift.,. Me Amoy. A a Ai Williams . Camerona a the. H. A Nevin the presbytery approved of the or Amble of the report containing a narrative of proceedings and a motion was made to adopt the first alternative closing thus to that the presbytery earnestly recommend to or. Plunder the resignation of his pastoral charge.�?�. After free and full intent change ,6f sentiment by the members of pred byte by including or. P., As also remarks made by several of the Memoria lists and other members of the congregation the vote was taken and resulted in a tie As follows a yeast a f Melartin do a William . Annan l. L. Conrad r. It. Swift t. H. Neva. ,. Nays a. R. Mcm boy H. Nevid Launitz a. Cameron j. D Stokes r h Davis. It i Rev. Or. Elliott asked to. Be excused from voting owing to relations to or Pas professor in. The Semi nary Rev. Swift voted non Liquet not or. Richar Bard the elder Ufi Jouthe Central Church and one of the Memoria lists copt planning of or. Plumes disloyalty declined voting on account of these relations Rev. Solip thrown does not seem to hip been present. Tho Moderator Rev. D. A. Cunningham Gaye the casting vote in the. Negative thus deciding the question m favor of continuing Tolje pastoral relation. Of or. With the Central Church. A. Presbyter it now recess the subject was resumed and. On motion the second., alternative was amended by striking Etal drafter the words to agreed to by the parties,1 in the last paragraph but on and it was then adopted with great unanimity. By this presbytery gave their Sanction to the. Pecuniary arrangement agreed to by the Par ties a As it is concisely stated in the narrative prefixed to the report of the com Mittee. A the . Williams in order to pre-1 vent Public misconception As to the True position occupied by the. Presbytery,.and More fully to make known their views now presented the following paper a an expression of the views of the pets Hynery m. Regard to our pending National. Difficulties the. Following action is hereby adopted air lbt resolved that the present rebellion in flu Chi a portion of the people of the. Southern states have risen up in arms Gamst tha government of these United states and have forced upon us the a tentative of yielding to their demands or defending our Lvey a Xiste Ftp a nation by a most deplorable cmlawar., is wholly without excuse and desperately wicked. A a 2d, resolve that the Success of this rebellion involving As it bid the establishment of an a dependent and necessarily hostile confederacy based,.ayowedly-.upon, the perpetuation of human slavery As its a Corners tone would be ruinous to our nation and disastrous to the human race add therefore it is our a duty As citizens and us christians to seek its1 overthrow by whatever expenditure of treasurer or of blood May to found necessary 3d, solved that it is. The duty of. All ministers to instruct the if people and to their duty in this terrible crisis and in conducting ithe devotions of the Sanctuary a. To Pray i earnestly to god for his help in this time of trial that he would sustain our government that he would to. Our armies that he would Fri slate the de a vices of a our enemies and would forgive a their sin and. Give them a better cmdr that he would remove the causes of and in his own time and was restore to us Unity and peace As a people a on the adoption of Thiv paper the yeas and nays were called and resulted As follows. A. A a. -. Tease. A. Swift ., Job. Mclaren , l r. Mcaboy d a rail hams . W. Annand. A. Cunningham a. L. Conrad a Lliott e. Swift John Launitz. Elders Alex Cameron r Jyh. Davis it Richard Bard John Stokes theol a Nevin. �?�1., a .nay,s�?pnone.,to Rev. Or Elliott was necessarily absent and by. Permission of. Presbytery. Rev. A or. Pluimer when his name was called declined voting and this course Llev. D. E. Nevin Aind Rev. To tin Brown were also absent though they had previously.1 b Een enrolled. A Xhu a following ministers were not Presenti at any of the sessions Viz rpm so Todd e. A. Blake John Dayis James Alison m. L. W3rtmatr, and John m. Smith the result of the vote was fourteen Yew nays Node y one declined voting and three were absent. A Wannan stated clerk1. Swift temp. Clerk the late David i Cay. A Buell s army near Cumberland River Tenn. J. It is with profound a to Row that in this far off country i have read the obituary notice of the re David m1 Cay and i cannot but privilege of saying one word in memory of a map who perhaps above All others within the a Fri be of my acquaintance,.has-led a spotless Ift a Khtae-1 less life amiable in his disposition and possessing a mind of a High order he Early in life was looked up to by his companions As a �?Tcounsellor1,-guide- and Friend the few of his school Fellows a and playmates of the Juniata that Are left will remember with Lively gratification the Many kind acts of Friendship bestowed upon them by their departed Friend that while the had spar-1 ring and occasionally childish a i barrels vet never1 with david1 a Cav his Gravity of deportment and Seq hair nifty of1 text of Quot never carried him into excitements or lured him into the paths of mischief. Others May have tasted the fruit of their neighbor s Garden without j he owner s permission or. The Watermelon that could Only be had by a violation of of of god s com Mand ments but which,jto6 often is to amp ked upon As a Youthful a indiscretion but none of,.them by the subject-of1 this article. Religion in Early life had taken fast hold upon him. The. Example of a father who if he a erred at All it was by his rigid adherence to the gospel truths which he with almost puritanical rigor or of a Mother who with Christian meekness Lay for Long years prostrate on a bed of Siek Ness had its influence the character of this most estimable Man. Forty years since or More there was but Little Church service of any kind in Lewis town other than that which was held in the old court Houspi that quaint old edifice that stood in the Centre of the Public Square. Here on each Sabbath in orning might it be seen those venerated fathers of the ,-mr.-Walters Cay and or. Robison and indeed nearly the whole town wending their Way to Rev. Or. Kenned preach from the judge s Bench and Hera was the tej of baptism per orig de 6 j David a Cay and in Long after years when the Rev. Gentleman by an Appeal to be received into the ministry of the Church from which he had been suspended for Many years Young m Cay then but recently m the ministry sat As on a of his judges. In describing the scene to the writer he spoke of it As one that caused in his breast emotions singularly painful and yet Gratifying that his first pastor then a penitent Man could by his vote be restored to a the ministry and could again go Forth to preach the gospel of Jesus vote was Given and that old Man lived to Call him Blest and he once More returned to the town where he had so Long ministered to find Many changes Atid some of them alas How sad. That the Subee t of our sketch took a Lively interest in the Success of our arms i can readily believe and the fact that he followed the army of his country to the tented Field that he might minister to his dying Quot countrymen spoke of heart in tire right place few Ever passed1 to the Tomb so Well prepared to meet a righteous. Judge at,.the last great Day. May fhe influence of. Lib example be Felt in Long after years those of his Soho tfx allows who survive him will to member How excellent he Wasj in his class How he excelled a his studies and How readily he.,drank, in by his Wajc voice he failed to attract the attention of the Lover of rhetorical display yet he never failed to attract the interest of the attentive pm ten Ras his discourses were Clear and methodical evincing a mind of no common order. His was not that of an empty Bubble but a depth of learning that to be appreciated should be heard and studied . A 1 Farewell Friend of my boyhood Days your spirit has found an eternal rest and if in that unknown world Quot Roix Are permitted to raise your voice-1 m paise that Youthful voice that sweetly Sang m the old Stone i Church was but Aliide of your j heavenly music Green be the grass Over Ayour loved form1 you have been gathered to your fathers amid the scenes of your childhood and that Little family group that forty years , Happy household have nearly All passed to. That Bourne from whence no traveller has Over yet returned.,. Juniata. For the presbytery id Banner. New Jersey june 23,1362 a. I editor a i read m the last num her of your paper with profound grief and amazement Pourfar icicle relating to the proceedings of. The presbytery City m regard to or Plumer and a pop a Tiona Flthe members of the Central pres bytes Iarj Church Allegheny a. The sentiments and conduct of or. Plumer have of course been known in his pm mediate Vicin Ity,.but this disclosure will produce great Surprise in the. Remote portions. Of the Church is it. Possible that one of the Prokep ors m the second Semi nary m our Church located in the Centre of the most Loyal .portion1 a of our., land while ministering to a leading a time when the government is engaged m a hip and death struggle with the most wicked and groundless rebellion that Oan desolate a country refuses to Lead this congregation in prayer to god for his blessings on the government of the country in its efforts to suppress this rebellion and to give thanks for the victories obtained by ouf armies 1 -. Is it possible that behave Sueb aman1 Trai Fig the future ministers of a Church whose supreme judicature has just Livoti such patriotic deliverance a in regard1 to Quot our duty m the a fearful conflict in which we Are engaged ? what a painful contrast be two in the conduct of or. Oltimer and the Noble or. R. Breck Ridge 1 the form be in a free patriotic state surrounded by1 everything inducing him to be Loyal supported in has professorship. By. The hard earn mrs of thousands of families some of. Whose sons have already shed1 their blood in Bat Ile to put Down this horrid Irebelle on and sus tamed i n part by not All whose members i presume would be willing to Lay Down their lives for their county and yet in the face of aft these considerations. Absolutely refusing a o sus Tain the government Thater wteets him orto sympathize with the1�?TLoyal people who feed him the other m a Border slave state to of fearful extent deep dyed m rebellion at. The Riak of the less of. All he .possesses,.and, life itself totally and fearlessly a espouses the cause of his country and not Only. Prays for the government but1 defends and sus stains it with All the Power of his great mind. A. The refusal fit dry Plumer to Pray for the government and give thanks for Victory is i the circumstances of the count nothing but treason dark and deep dyed treason and a treason of a character that Willjo Ive id and a Nerny. This kind of neutrality is positive hostility to the government. A let it go lotto now to the south1,1 As it will go that or. Elmer a professor in Allegheny Seminary and pastor of the Central Hureh in Allegheny City in the old patriotic Synod of Pittsburgh has such sympathy with -the1 rebellion,.thit he will not Pray a the Success of the government m putting go Down the Church and the presbytery and it will do More to strengthen the hands of the Rebelton Regp if a dozen o f the first politicians of Pitts i Butch should Orne out and boldly avow their sympathy with the rebels Why does not or. Plainer leave and go whore Are his sympathies a sincerely presbytery and a the directors. Will act m this Case As becom efe patriots and Chiin trans it if or. Ply inf a re does not change his conduct or a. In Alexandria and elsewhere eur eyes have been closed a removed for the very1 so my offence a of which do. Plume is guilty and i am bold to say if you Raj Tiole gives the True state , he ought to be removed by some authority both froih1 a the e Seminary and the Church if a Neitha Dichurch presbytery. ? can do it let the government do it i Trust when the presbytery1 meets on Che �second1 tuesday of july next it will so dispose of this Case As to pro tech the Loyal via a Ihly Era a of the Central Church of. and As will be m accordance with truth righteousness and patriotism1 while a he mss Bris adopted at the last meeting of Quot the presbytery Are �?~on1 the whole All that could be desired still two things rather surprised me they say there is in Quot the request of the Memoria lists to to Weir pastor to jury for the country and the a Cdr do Comfort i nothing in proper and is it a matter of indifference whether., the complies with their wishes it a bold seem so or at least it not a matter a boy it a Tipeti the Quot Presby Afefy will1 ,. The a last Resolution also seem Little singular Why a Post a committee Louis it the Church to Endeavor it to re Koncz be differ-3 Enesp How can. This be done so. Far As the Memoria lists Are concerned in any other1 Way Thitu by Iri Dueing them and let or Quot Pluti Eph As he pleases it would have appeared much. Moi a in accordance 1 with the principles of loyalty if a committee had been a posted to visit1-dn Plumer and Endeavor to bring him nto a better mind and induce him to discharge his duty As a la Yal citizen -. A. A Nev Jersey a european Cumpf Ledeme London and the crowding. the Jfe mrs rom America and general gloom the am Jeror and a new election a. Papal. Synod at Rome a Trench i a Isepp. Preader Tgu he. Ser a Mon to the colosseum fanatical Zeal the a in eras and their attitude Cardinal Man and he rejected afr fsr Bxs Ion of Pope Ithal to Hent the new Organ of High Church ism to Camson y the Rector bad fed and Bateha the Are Diacon As an Jbf torn a hitch and state review great expectations a Church reveal program my. London june 19 -1862.1 London is at thief time vet al dwt no Frith a Strat Gers every land the. Japanese ambassadors have left after a. Longe continued. Audi incessant sex poor atm of every thing worthy of examination 1-whether scientific artistic military naval or me Khi a Uljas Well Sava to urn to the Jen Glaudo and a dive into1 a Coal mine. Their last Day was spent at the Derby a races a Epsom Downs and there and Only once Smee their Arri Val of card when1�?Tthey looked t on at th�1 process a of to Vistim and disting11 Armstr Bho a guns at Wool Wield they allow. Any to Sho itself by stooping Forward As the Horsey Carmem to see which was the Winner 1 the1 Atli a has Heel Bra Ken Apdy unfavourable but this has but partially checked the throng of a visitors to the great exhibition at Kensing Tonon a Day when heavy and incessant rain fell nearly 40,�?T009vis 1 a toys made their Way thither on another Day the multitude in the . To 58,000. And yet there is More than a Rooni in the vat two Fly six acres space on which Thafel building starfdi4, the so looking Down upon the Tiar septs of either 1 Side and Plung tie great Nave while the Sun shines Bright on the great Glass domes a the multitude itself is full of interest some a port it is and it hurts f naturally Coli Cef titrate crowds More tha mothers Sueh As the italian court witji0�its statuary and casts. The French and austrian courts., with their exquisite tapestries cloths bilks Armor Welly and Sevres do Clairia a English display iof Sheffield wares of eled Biotype groups and trophies of a old and Silver and precious ,.yuth the agricultural implements including \ affix Rit amp a reaping machines and Inachin Ery in motion. It is dts evident that1 a Large number of artisans make a i p Ign 1 age to the express Pur pose of study and self-imppvement.-.aud., there can be no reasonable doubt that As from the exhibit Cir a of 18ol mighty i m a pulse toward improvement went Forth Over the civilized world in a greater degree now. About a Quarter of. A million Sterling has already been received from the Safe of sea in tickets catalogues and1 from1 the payment of crowns1 half f crowns and shillings iat Theodo Orsi after the first of july the , lower their return tickets from and to a the provinces and if the weather improve the acte Nabod will Kdep up to the end of a october i the in Priore a this week to examine Yeihei a has returned from. Palestine. The Pasha not Egypt is now one of the Lions of tie Metropolis Laid he too Reed Ives pub he Hort ors As the Japan a Eye ambassadors re a the Queen s. Children have now All seen the exhibition mingling quietly with the e people and generally going on the shilling Aye not a eating Pride or am he them was the Princess Felice whose marriage is to be celebrate about the be Gina no cry july. As Fiort the Queen nowt at the. Isle of Wight Ahe is reported to be rapidly improving both m. Health and spirits but it is not at All pro amp Able ishat1 she will pay a Visi to the1 exhibition even -1 privately 1 the place would be too Buggess a timely painful to her still agitated spirit gloom pervades the kingdom it hts 1 is partly caused. By the apprehension of a -. Wet summer partly by the news of fresh., and terrible Bonfi its in Himer Iea the pm Quot i Ible protraction of a the so Ruggle Over Alioth a or cd Paton the dest notion of Cotton in the South its Rise in Price Here and great sufferings in t Lancashire and elsewhere re to suiting. Therefrom. And to this 1 can truly add in grief fir tie fearful loss o�1 a life m Battle the Sicly Tifer is arid m Frety ,.in the South it the it hurrying of, souls into eternity a the agonies of the wounded the waste. Of National resources andean a word the woes of War a three i with right dkrlf�?~jfu�ure.j1��?~fad posse by Quot �ilflsflog8<,, .5 Are fever Mirds. Of Mahy Christian men f the emperor it is said is about to f dissolve the French legislature Ferragu that the return of the Bishops from Rome and their picturing what they saw in glowing colors might influence the elections he i8imade to feel that the quarrel is not Likely to be Between himself and the French clergy alone but with the whole Catholic world. The address to a he Pope presented last week was signed by Twe Rity one cardinals and two Hundred and forty fou Shope. Napoleon says the timed correspondent not disguise his feel Ings at the fact that Pope Pius in. M his Day of Tribu nation menaced Vita overthrow aged and half broken hearted / can still summon to his Side More cardinals prelates and dignitaries of every Grade and from All parts of the world than met at the great Council convoked by Paul ill for the momentous Ftak Krof revising fixing and Deolan fag the doctrines of the Church for the removal of abuses the Reform of the conduct. Of its Fuget ovaries and if possible the restoration of peace and Unity. A a in the to Fra of Trent Whitfi o Wes All its celebrity to that meeting there mustered., to subscribe to. The last authoritative synopsis of the principles and doctrines of the Robadan Catholic religion ,255 Legates cardinals archbishops Bishops and other dignitaries when a As 287 Cardinal archbishops and Bishops a amp be hastened to Rome at the first Natl of pro Nono and the Man a Hosen to be. The mouthpiece of the Episco Pajoy of the Cath Ohi world is the very prelate who a be most fiercely com port rid himself in the conflict1, on the temporal papa of. 1 Amon the Era sch pre l lates the i most. and the most disposed , to what he cannot Kielp is by general admission. Cardinal m01?0 archbishop of pans. On to be eve few starting for Rome his Eminence obtained an audience of the Emper or toi take Ian to Tell him press ions out lest it should be said that they were those which. Lie brought from the Vatican. He informed Bis majesty in respectful but Dee filed terms that if any event forced his holiness to inuit Rome,-he,.Cardinal Morlot should at Tynce resign his Poat a grand Almoner and together with i colleagues retire from the Senate of which they Are members. Quot it1 is not then a to be wondered at that there is every we to hold the election before the Zeal of help relates heated of i t must be by what is passing at Rome to shall have been communicated to the Sopuj lation of the Rural dist nets and of some of the Large towns. The elections will take place while the people Are in a Caloiero mood a the Rush to Rome of the friends of the it Pope has been a marvellous of Aswill As prelates and also of laity including English converts who seem a almost do nationalized by the change ? of priests it is said there were six thousand French Bis tops and ecclesiastics i Edom rated but they came from Ireland and England nor feb and South America Norway Spain and Germany 1 Quot 1 All a says one who has witnessed the processions amp a have sent them Fisher r men top engage in this�?T? sport. A it is a great thug to have the of a Fisherman especially when plotted in. Purple and Fnu by Gudgeon wifi be one prelate a the Bishop of a Lille a fervid preacher addres Essrig a crowded congregation said a we Are so assist at .the,.canonization of the blessed martyrs japanese a was to carry on the War of a we priests fight not with id sword but not with liw sword of the spirit which is a the a word of god a with 11 the Bishop of or leans preached on a week Day to an immense. Asbel Balagey with such a effect that at the else of the Servicev the audience1 joined in f three round Sion clapping hands and shout ing Long live pro Pnno 1�?� a still More remarkable scene took place when the Bishop of Lille preached within the colossal rums of the colosseum itself. A vast crowd Gjata ered a round an altar on which stood the Bishop in full Cand Scala with and soldiers and la a Dies near. , with. Spectra a tors Here and there All round the mighty building. Zouave of the Irish brigade Are airf6�?Tn��ti�?~-thebe, with in a Infinity of priest Sand multitude of Quot women entreating do nou Peing argon go very nerve and a pause be in activity the orator continued tor upwards of an some a had their hats off. But most Woit the in Quot for the1 night air of the Quot gloss dual a is not to be trifled with Espe Cilly in summer most of the crowds consisted of foreigners it of whom the fran of were my great Force but of Iwer of a it they say that the French occupation is now a sitacc1�?Tthe clergy1 Hasi Conie Abd opre it in worst or cmdr a than Ever of a there were present to not a few eng Olish and Irish catholics. At last the a Bishop concludes his Sermon a Ficili has Biebri anew Ger a defence of the Tein poral Power if ethe1 Pope and rounds Elf a Lauge ech Fli thro ugh the colosseum accompanied by Dies of a Jive be Pope,1, and i thoughts be Temporelli a but on that i pm not a quite a Clear a certainly the soldiers shouted Aiso a Vve no ol�6n1,Anco than the j Superior /priest1 raised she Cross land holding it Fos some time aloft Bent at Over a the multitude who were on their Knees three times and then the shouts burst out again 0 r a Rivot on by do it a by feb oking priests excited�jtoienthu8ia�m, waving their hats in a the air and Oil incl out a Viva in papa Winje soldiers joined �ip.-, but there it were some who sneered. And then the soldiers Andl pm est �nton�d1 solid Devi tip is a Ted a he crowd a Abinad in French a and solendled-dne1 of the most striking scenes i Ever witnessed to All this Liberal committee dec retry exercises a grand of patrol Over the masses of the romans who wait for their delivery to cd a so Long Quot delayed and issues caution romans a be they friends or enemies who counsel Yenn to com a , pro eases reply to them that the romans do not Compromise the great work a is i Jiin a one Day sooner from the Abhi a red Yoke of Mihe clerical Power now in its agony a r a i it now comes to fight that oui Gardinal i Wiseman prepared a. Draft address which was not accepted because it was considered Danrige Rocisly a violent in its attacks Ripon Piedmont and Hep allies some say that1 Bur pretentious Cardinal aspires should riot non Yate it by Dea he the Papaj chair. A he ,.certainly ambitious enough for this and nothing could More certainly precipitated a the downfall of a the papa by than for such a self confident Yeubun glug a Jindy Bogod Inan,4�ft� of soupy the chair of st. Peter. His cunning is not Wisdom even As his la titty is not Lac to and As his attempts at English eloquence Are. But hollow sounding rhetorical failures. A he has scholarship no doubt hut he tsp a heart and real ability and his us Tramontanis is incurable. -1 1 a Niew High Church Organ has made its appearance it is called the Church and state review it is edited by Archdeacon beams Oak a the same who maintains that the wicked As Well a the godly communicant eats and drinks really and truly the body and blood of Christ Yijin Quot partaking of the lord s supper it constitutionally the Archdeacon is Frank Hearty kindly Man a he aspect is not that of an Anchor the he is rub Cund and of the thorough English Type of a gentleman Farmer but he lies been spoiled by his priestly a and High Church notions no t then g since. I h and a. Glimpse of his bigoted the begin eng of it his clerical career a from the lips of minister who told me1 How Dennison As the rector1 had used every possible Means Fain and unlawful Ito out of bl<5i-new Parish but m vain there were blankets and coals Fot the poor there were denunciations from the pulpit and in in vat and1, alive All the re was i be solve carried out that to child should attend the Parish National school unless its parents should avow the boy or. Girl to go to,.Chur, on sundays. The quiet. Nonconformist minister As soon ast a Ltd one Rector had. T Fra c Isof his new school House built and the master and mistress of Tho Quot True Type ready and1 his printed announcements of fees and it co Dir. Tons made hired room 1m a private House and a simple notice 1,0 the effect that on such a Day a school would be opened and that All children were Wel come and that they were at entire Liberty to attend either Church or Chapel on the i lords Day the result of this was to up set and defeat the designs. Of the tract. I an Rector and when he left the Parish confessed that1 dissent was As powerful is Evolt and that he Lead spent �1,000 in a now the Archdeacon uncured a of his i craze a Ushy so of the editors chair a and Pyo a ducks his a Church and state review a even m its very aspect it has med Iscil pm stamped upon it it is printed in antique and , thick and Rich enough to be made out of old surplice As the cat hot so Yso the paper it is fit for Deans to handle Over a Andia Sinfor. The style it is not coarse or violent it is As. Decorous As a ?�ermoii.�?� he starts.byide-, i Clang that the Church of England has1 nothing to dread from external foes Dan Ger to the Church he holds truly enough there can be Node except from within this is better surely than he in get and screaming of the Evaugel Micals since the bicentenary agitation began a who cry out As if the Church was threatened with do so lation at All events it is More Manly the review insists that the internal Condi Tion of the Church is most hopeful. As for its nationality that is gift super added to its existence a and for that there is no present fear a indeed there is no future fear a except there Leonle Changis in the Frame work and. Order of our social relations greater than. Is. Easy to foresee.�?�. The Confidence of the friends of the English Church however is not to be based on fits Amity and close connexion with the state but upon its increased vitality and Zeal.�?�. The tokens of new Fife m the Church Are curious enough viewed from an evangelical stand Post but a fall rights from the tract Nan watch Tower the building and. Restoring of. Churches the Clearing away of Square pews the caring for the free and frequent daily services of the people the increase iof Church schools the More 1 clerical Ftfe of the clergy the Devotion of a the Lay life especially of women the partial revival of the Church in Syno i and the drawing together of clergy and laity in i in in in a i. I Ilij a in i these Are the things n hich Are supposed to be at once indican a is and causes-of�?oaddi-1 tonal strength and influence but the Pithy and pointed question put by a pub list writer when a noticing the reviews gnome rations of revival tokens Are they not the exhibitions a of vigor which we should. Expect to seem a roused political �?Testablish-1 Mentz rather than m a re baptized spiritual Church a ,. The Ruvi i a admits the to there Are some distracting things in a the Estop i Ament but they Only Call for an increased sense of responsibility and Mori there is for instance the horrible unfaithfulness of men Dike the essayists who retain the emoluments and positions of j Church which they do All in their a Power to sap and that is very True but not Quot a word is spoken a air nil a tract Nan treachery treat arianism is truth of course 1 then there Are the promo Sals to de Troy Quot a a the.Chur coils a inheritance by which is meant the pro spoofed abolition of Church rates imposed in dissenters hitherto al well1 As churchmen and which the Latte Are 4 Meh Enrigh to sulm Tes Presb trebian Bani a pay a thousand times Over every year i. Then there is a want of caption and Phi biding a our time a in the Hasty and inconsiderate return to ceremonials hich m themselves Are Good to revive but which should always wait i revival to doct Smej and not to be made to . A is a reproof to the unionists and Ultra treat Anas Givlio want to bring the roman greek and anglican Church is into one Quot but Stilb worse conduct is that reckless and feeble agitation for a revision of the Liturgy a and to Puchie of a Slot is the abandonment As it were by general consent of the mph Erst fit a he Church of spiritual discipline 1 and �?~as1 to1 the meaning of this told i that tee would Dol the greatest Servito to the Church who would a present to the Clergyman a Case of no Tonos Lin morality in the Parish and upon refusal of the spiritual judge to Deal with the cd see would apply to Uthe Quee tfx a Bench Fon a. Stand Pawn to compel him that would be something Ruhp Ai revival to a Puson 5 for a breach of spiritual discipline Suomi Quot is Denis bus discipline in pass of but1 rib in disc j al Hough h e Btu Kelly exp Etc to free it earned out Brand Fly meanwhile there a must by ,Concession a of Equality it the dissenters Only 6 toleration a and Alt Vav it u a la al ,1 enough tins May insure fresh assaults or a he Church she if True to herself May not despair even of winning he poetical Nofi conformist land the roman oath Liep fori Mijat i her miss Omli Ghen Ratheim to j attract than to Controvert and a to do he of work a by Lettin Glier motto Ever be a it Excel it is Pic in that a the Archdeacon Chesro and breathes if an a exc Psi or a Lmh Afif phere unknown to Ordinary and common. Advertisements. A terms in a Ady Ano by Quot Square 8 Linen or Lesb 00� subsequent Maer Tiou 40 a Elim i a 1 i i Ota a so name per a reduction made to advertisers by the year. Of 2tariuries David m�?Tk�ntseyl8t v re a we Prada Itsos sense englishmen and a he la in a his noted a fax lure and cml apse in lib �?T�6t�m�cyrj>�riiri�i this Llo Arase with a his Waxen wings melted by the it in will one Day fall helpless and 5 heavily to the . A Psi Earl Canning after a Bright and Brilliant career in India. Bas returned but alas it was Only to die. Such i Many such is human or Canete his wife died Sud Daly some six months a go. Dpi Calcutta. I Hia death which occurred Only Days after us Riv 1 Homer is deeply deplored he serv pesto a he Emp re in a most difficult crisis and discouraged severity toward the sepoy mutineers. He was the Only son of George Cannisi the famous orate Apcel wife fell a victim a few month s ago to the climate do India. This and u Over work have a Cut abort his life in he 5qth Yeartie Rev John. Burnet of Camberwell London an eminent. Independent minister p died last week aged 74. 1 there so a my a no reason to doubt that coun t Perigny in his visit last week to London privately urged on Lod Palmerston the necessity of a joint proposal for mediation Quot and that the Premier de Clin rid to do times and the tories were disappointed Many others who earnestly desire the cessation of the War must like myself feel that god is a the storm. And will still it when Bis purpose is served. It s Hili Tiai wont of Fork Bolh was lately a Church made a Resolution that their minister must he satisfied to live upon what they hould collect at the end of the month let the amount be Little or much and that they Wouldr not. From that time Forward bind a it. Themselves to make. Up. Any. Particular us. This Juso Littion they com Munie aled to their pastor with this solemn advice a brother you must squeeze the times Are hard a he replied that he would think of the matter and. See How the plan was Likely to answer t l in a few Days he called upon the owner of his House who was a member of his Church and told him he could not Promise a to pay him any specific sum for the House from that time Forth that the a itunes a were . Must squeeze a but he would pay for it As circumstances would a permit. The landlord stared at him in -.astonishment, and replied it Man who a lets houses Una this manner to give As a much As you please for it any one Ever Quch a thing of thought to Advance the rent a Pound next year. You shall not have a my House i am sure for a one Penny Lesk Quot "1. He next want to the Miller and asked for a sack of flour certainly a said the Millef y but do you Paw that the Price of flour has advanced since you purchased a the last�?T?11 i was not aware of it a replied Quot the Nii mistera a and indeed it is of no great consequence As the order of things is changed ti-am�?Tl�?T1td rvs what i can for it. Brother la you �?~must1 so Rio Eze the times a Are had a Good or bad a swered. The Zindler a i must have according to Fify shillings per sack for it. Hearken Man who Sells flour upon sufi terms it a i 1 1 he next proceeded toi the Farmer and asked for a Bushel of wheat the Farmer said he j should have to but it would Cost Linn eight shillings and sixpence. A no no brother a replied the minister a you must squeeze the times Are hard i will1 give you As much As i can at the end of the a month after seeing what the collections will a what has that to do with the Price of wheat a exclaimed the Farmer. A a i have1 a1 great rent to pay next Moriah and i do a not know How to Foi my this to Bear a Between the wages the tithes and. The this brother kept a Large farm and paid specific wages to his labourers except Jack the half witted Hoy who was at hand to fetch the cows for the women clean the out Olises Etc the Minster next called upon Jqhn the Shoemaker we after hearing hip terms for shoes began to put the snuff into his wide nostrils which were As Black As two Chimney flues and talk very Sarcas such terms�?T1 he would not put�?T1 a Patch upon a shoe under threepence a i i i ithe Butcher treated Biman life Naimer it Hist meat was a so much a Pound a and the tailor insisted upon having a regular Price for his dam modifies i in Tus Way Home the mite ter went Mio the shop of his principal Dea ooh and asked1 j Hin for some Small a articles u�cefesaryifor1 the use of his family such As a-pound1 of1 soap a Pound of sugar,1 a Pound of candles two ounces of the Halfpenny Worth a off 1 soda t it no tobacco a after Packin tithe 1 v things neatly1/ the grocer began to count their cose a you need not waste your time reckoning a interrupted the1 minister i auf to pay for them As a card inf stances will permit 1 brother you Varist squeeze As the times Are very hard with me at present but i will give conscientiously j for them what is a in my powrir11 squeezfft.1�?�.i said the shopkeeper with 1 pious Surprise �?~�?o-what-1 do you a give n what you i -Pi�Asre=-h&w?4 to nah Quot gift that Hel i i sri of present td1 1 plied the pastor a bub you shall know dts Quot they end of thei Moi the when 5? Sfez a to a Quot much the will be1?1 that1 will not do for a Nile of a said the by opk�epe�1 Quot i1 1 a am obliged to Flay a certain1 Pribe for it Ery Quot article and i have a Greaff a Rifle to to my Kri 1 it Nicu dub Eek it of of Yurixi Jitu i it Job a on a i �?o8o in Nde Edja a do the1iids1sl���&Quot a Well i see there is no Ante hut myst if 4o 1 squeeze and that Ijas Amhof the it read Hijos hard times. If i was a Leto i pet for i in Rale la Dejoun Saviour yith Shelloa and your plan old Wec l f have called on All the members that sell a anything for the use of Quot Man to fib a v your pin was Likely Quot to a is we re Bunyou must thave a Ipar Icett Cir it Price a Foy ydur1 -1 Odb the owner of my hour to a Walwer a the Shoemaker to la entail of he Hub he nfl�3 a Youtsy if iikewifeei1 y do we a not l�fc13 id amp al Chave Pouf do of sugar Ildr an ounce up to a Yoiiro shop Una few a i pay amp stated Fitce -1-1 for it. To ho�?Ts/th��/l8� Hydu sex Lefiu Foffel Tot 1 a no us us it _ n to. In in y if i i Reri to 7r�ceive �wh�t11 you i collect monthly�dt�?Toi11 me a you Dundt of bikers a i Nuat b6i in lag to rec Jive that -fletwrien1 in Ryou i1 my love Fiad a or from will pro Marife of Livni quite moderately a nor/1 a if you -1 prefer Rit l1 la non a Wil Higito live on the Mobey was led it we Felt by i by their fimbers la st�f�ff0 a Adi Toby a Odri au3 Yehh by amp i Hwd 1 a Hub it i it a n it of so treats you with Datl Lanty it will not therefore treat him m the same manner

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