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Pittsburgh Presbyterian Banner (Newspaper) - November 23, 1861, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaRe. Kinney. A a1li80nb. It tab it Vii it my Kinney amp co. Editors and proprietors. Terms in n Iris bscbiriioss.�?. A a Quot Liv Freh in a tbsp a a rat Cir ies Advance. .�1.50 1.25 2.0� a i Dombs to will a Lull a Evoi Ity in Rabbit in i Job doit.�, thirty Throo Nuiji Ihoko. V a a min oink in in Busty a Suud opt uni will i Oriti Tyml to it poor without Chargo. He uti a we lib hound to prompt it Littig Bot Ore the your expires rend Potym Ensby Ftfe Hutn or by Mol. A i reel All letters to David he Kinney k co. Pittsburgh a. For the presbyterian Banner. Settling i minister. My dear m a so your congregation Liaw been favored with the presence of several four candidates on four consecutive sabbaths yours dear must be a very attractive Field and rather a critical one it would Sceau inc none of the four a a gave up Post some liked one. And some another that is usually the Case. I have heard Adies say that la shopping they were al ays at a loss to choose a dress or Collar r a piece of lace when a great variety was laced before them. And i have heard some acknowledge that the confusion had d them at last to take the ugliest of the it. There is also a sort of proverb among Ood Steen that is not altogether without its str Etiene so a he seeks through the oods and takes a crooked stick after ail when god has called a minister to his est or when the Devil has driven one from Field of labor the first thing that Aston Shes the vacant congregation if it be an eligible a one is the number of ministers to Are willing to Fly to them for their fort and edification. Some happen to passing that Way some Are just then siting friends in the neighbourhood some me with letters of introduction from the ofes sors some have had a private inv Tion from one of the elders. In some Ery eligible churches the influx of canid autos becomes at once embarrassing and arming session and the expedit of a a a stated Supply a is adopted As a of barricade pulpit with the Veniene of a wicket Gate for letting in regularly invited. But generally the Oei plea in a peaceful sense of course a a an open Field and fair play a prevails. In the meantime on either plan the con eat too find that a a variety is the spice of the pulpit glows with Flowers of rightful Hue and fragrance yol. A. No. 10. Pittsburgh. Saturday nov Ember 23, 1861. Whole no. 478. Father who a a is commonly accurate in his suggestions expressed a doubt of the fact above alleged Viz., that a the leaders of the Southern rebellion Haci avowed their purpose to found their confederacy on perpetual hereditary slavery. In proof that i did not misrepresent the Southern sentiment a Cimitile As a specimen to quote from a speech of Alex. Ii. Stephens. Vice president of the Confederate states delivered at Savannah March cd 18i�l,. As reported in the Savannah Rcpt Koan As follows a a the prevailing ideas entertained by Jeff Gisob and most of the leading statesmen at the time of the formation of the old Constitution were that the enslavement of the a incan was in violation of the Laws of nature add that it was wrong in principle. Socially morally and a fins idea was the prevailing idea at the time. A a these ideas Viz. Of Jefferson and the leading statesmen of his time a a Mere wrong. Our new government is founded non exactly the to sustain and extend this shameless abandonment of scriptural principle and of the almost Universal sentiment of the civilized world the Southern confederacy has sprung into being and. Hundreds of thousands of Southern fanatics Are in arms for. The Over throw of the freest and Best government on Earth. Anti fanatic. P. So it May be proper to add that the last general Assembly As Well As a Previ Ous one. Declared. A a the act of 1818 to be unrevealed and still a part of the Law of the Church As when this was said last May. In answer . Misstatement of the Synod of South Carolina selected a Home. This is a popular hymn Sung often in Germany by the whole congregation Astley leave the Church at the close of divine Bervice. The Melody is our own a a Home. Sweet Home with some modifications. Where shall the soul find her rest and her Home ? o. Opposite idea its foundations arc Laid its i -\yj10se wings will protect her Cornee Stone rests upon the great truth that the negro is not equal White Mao that slavery or subordination to. The Superior race is his natural and Normal condition this Oil new government is the first in the history of the world based to Ken this great physical philosophical and moral truth. A much More of the same sort might be quoted rut from such a source this i should suppose would suffice to establish How Long must she roam ? does not the world offer one peace one spot free from so. Where our labors May cease ? no no. No. No far out of sight beyond is our Home in the kingdom of Light then the world m its darkness be or Beauty Hab this doing for him Conss rat by. The noblest scenes of the Earth Caw he seen and known but by few it is not intended that Roan should live is ways a in she midst of theme injures them by his presence lie ceases to feel them if he be always with. Them but the sky is for ally Bright As it is. It is not too Bright or too Good for human nature s daily food Soma times gentle sometimes capricious sometimes awful never the same for two no ments together almost human in its m its tenderness and almost. Divine in its Infinity its Appeal to what is immortal a a a us is As distinct As its Nikii mistry of chastisement or of Blessing to what la mortal is essential. A ,. And yet we never attend to never make it a subject of thought but As it has to do with our animal sensation we look upon �111 by which it speak More clearly to us j than to brutes upon All which bears witness intention of the supreme that we Are to receive More from the covering vault the a the Light and the Dew which we share with the Weed and the worm Only succession of meaningless Aud monotonous accidents too common and too painful to be worthy of a moment s watchfulness or a glance of John Rusk. We 11 leave bind. And walk in the Light if our Home we May find j tie great new Jerusalem. God has prepared the correctness of the averment in the h g we has been Given ills c0unsel declared paper introduced notice of the Synod Teg y leg Teg Teg y Onder Musl be delightful Hue and fragrance the of disciples become chairs of judg at criticism enjoys a pleasing bewail meat amidst comparisons and Conti Aste Tiou. Is lost in admiration a Choice is de by confusion. Is a Marvel to me dear that ashes Ever agree after any prolonged a Geode in such experiments. The pro in so Likely to expose the weak Points e people As Well As of. The candidates Mutual distrust and aversion Are quite probable results As agreement. And ia6 no the people too diversity of tastes prejudices often occasions trouble. Faeh a judging for himself furtively exercises prerogative for his fellow members too if they do not concur a difference and Hanee a a a difficulty a Springs up. Rea for not being pleased with a candidate r themselves promptly and plentifully Ere there Are so Many judges and. So y subjects on which to exercise their 1. Nothing a against this one prefer another. 2. Or. A. Does not go a him. 3. Or. B. Does not go for him. Think we Ean perhaps do better it. Ife is too Dressy. 0. Isnit flowery enough. Does t preach loud enough. 8. Prays Long. 9, is half an abolitionist. 10. Been settled before. Now by revers these reasons you have a equal sum of considerations that incline people to pleased with a candidate. And yet Ither in the one Case nor in the other do lie very near the real scriptural qual tons of a Good minister viewed either preacher or pastor would not expect a congregation to Call Wuister without hearing him although ight be done i am persuaded without Ding to greater mistakes than Are made the Kauai dating plan. Some Little Peral acquaintance is desirable for both mister and congregation. But not much be discovered of a ministers qualifies ins by hearing him once or twice except tone of his voice his complexion Hist a Ture All of which May be quite unix a Tio Nable and yet be in conjunction with Ery Small allowance of brains scholar a and religion. His Sermon too May a very Fine Brick and yet it affords Bat or criterion for judging of the capacity Veniene and Comfort of the House water is Good but is it drawn from a Nurial Fountain or from a Cistern that fad in dry weather no body Camby the common modes of trying can ates. All about his pastoral Quah fica is his habits his temper to say Noth of his wife and worldly estate must Learned by inquiry. Sueh inquiry must Fly be made of other parties although s of unsophisticated ver Dancy May sex where the information is furnished by self. He present practice however will not Bably be materially changed until pres Ries do their duty better both toward titled ministers and toward vacant it is owing chiefly on ments of congregationalism on our byte rial order that this state of things been introduced. Candidates and Arches Are left to look after one another to make such agreements As they can then presbytery is called in to go ugh the forms of administrative action ring books something like a in term a office at a wedding after the by pair have gone through the Preli Ini a wooing and engagement. Ill i have time to say now of the evils lilting from the current style of Candi of Allegheny my excellent and revered father who objected m that body had no doubt overlooked the documents. In regard latter part of the paragraph presented to Synod Viz. That certain Southern ministers had declared it to be a the providential Trust and Mission of i the Southern people to conserve extend and perpetuate their system of negro slavery a i do not recollect that any objection was raised in the Synod. But lest the authorities May not be familiar to some of my Brethren allow me to present a few Brief extracts As follows a a the Trust providentially committed to us Quot the Southern people at tins june Ture is to conserve and perpetuate the m Stit ution of Domestic slavery As now exist a for us As now situated. The duty is plow of conserving Aud transmitting the system of slavery with the Fri list scope for its natural development and Extension. A without determining the question of duty for future generations a what say you to this to whom this great providential Trust of conserving slavery is assigned ? a it is this that makes the crisis. A it establishes the nature Ana solemnity of our present Trust to presence and kans wet our existing system of Domestic servitude with the right unchanged by Man to go and Root itself wherever Providence and nature May carry it. This Trust we will Disch amp Ige in the face of the worst possible peril a Rev or palmers Sermon of november. I860. In a similar Strain Rev. Or. Thornwell says a a if therefore the South is not prepared to see her institutions surrounded by enemies and Wither and decay under these hostile influences if she Means to cherish and protect them it is her Bounden duty to resist a a secession becomes not Only duty. A a the principle is at work Aud enthroned in Power whose inevitable tendency is the death Knell a of a a let us crush the Serpent m the a a under these circumstances How can any maa question either the righteousness or the necessity of secession fee the South has acted under a those mansions made ready for you and for me. And Jesus our Saviour our brother is there no so shall oppress us. No death Pam nor care. But melodies sweeping from Angel harps Roll a Welcome of Triumph to each ransomed soul. Best Best. Best. Rest there we May rest forever with Christ in the Home of the Blest for we. Who have loved his appearing below by Faith then by sight our redeemer shall know. A in garments of holiness free from each taint shall worship before him the lowliest Saint. Free free free free1 freed from our Smy from fighting without and temptations within. Dear hearts Burn with and we Long to join in the Angels victorious song hallelujah to him who hath bought us a they Oryx the Lamb who hath loved us. Who Roi Neth on High wait Walt. Wait. Wait soon shall we hear the voice of the master who bids us appear. Then courage our souls for the warfare is Short. Our Armor is Strong. And Securo is our Fox to and when we have triumphed and each has his Crown. At the feet of the lord we Quot will cast them All Down. Joy Joy Joy Joy Safe Home at last the Battle is Over the peril is past. European correspondence t o Brien adds proposal to me maw the morn Rio Stab and its confidants anti slavery promo to 6�?thf London a ndas�7 d its american Coe respondents a Manhattan Quot and Bis egotism the Patron of the general and the president the a Ore Bod kit and the �victory�?atiolition�?tj18ter Meh and the amboian War res Sklof and did frfrnd7�?T a Tgu Wojno Quot on the sabbat ii Beer got tote 3kdian runner deaths of Bruj Boaz and Heather father in Passaglia and his a treatment at Hoke his. Pamphlets reviewed what does the emperor keep his troops at Rome a the Coronation scene at Koen Iob Burus . Oct. 26, 1861. Smith o a bin in his old Friend Meagher now m the 1 ederal army has made an offer to become a mediator 111 the civil War. He says Quot i offer to go to America Asau in ostentatious missionary of peace during a publicdife.1 which Quot now extends Over thirty three years i have never solicited offers of any kind for my self from either Kings Queens viceroys or ministers but i am mow disposed to solicit "the1 situation Tot unpaid envoy Between the contending1 sections of the american people and it will be the proudest to mph of my life if i can succeed .in., restoring peace Between the disunited members of the great american family whose most vital interests Are so deeply injured by this internecine War this no doubt is Well and kindly meant and no one can treat it either with anger or contempt. But it is not to be supposed that there is any room at present for mediation in this awful contest when the North is throwing its whole heart and strength into its vigor on prosecution and when the world Waits with sad and painful expectation for an Issue which come How or when it May. Will be the winding up of a chapter of Anglo Saxon history never to be erased from the memory of Mankind. If Quot Liberty is thus Horn in the South she will indeed have received a baptism of blood and that is the is3ue which the morning Stai unlike most of its Cotenie ovaries who desire but do not expect it. Still confidently anticipates. It writes thus Quot Day by Day the real Issue becomes More distinctly defined for our own Par teas we have not entertained the slightest doubt As cause of the War so we hat e always foreseen and clearly indicated the Only Means by which it could be brought a Atista Torill to a close some sceptics avow their grave doubts whether there is any connexion Between slavery and secession according to their theory the struggle is Between free Trade and Protection and peace might at once be restored by a modification of tariffs. We have repeatedly exposed the hollowness of this delusion. The strife which slavery has generated pm Only terminate with it i extinction. The Star then proceeds to comment on the speech delivered by the Hon. Charles Sumner at the Republican. Convention at Worcester m Massachusetts As a a one of the most significant events of the american it continues thus a a it must be borne in mind that the meeting was not a gathering of abolitionists. It was a formal assemblage of. The Republican party the members of which Quot were greatly divided on this question but a Short time ago a few months since on f a Small minority could have been found openly to advocate negro emancipation and those who most eagerly denounced the a tension of slavery into new territories shrank from meddling with it in. The regions where it already held a recognised existence. The War has brought a wondrous change. It has opened the eyes of the Blind banished the scruples of the doubtful and dispelled the fears of a the timorous. All have hoped to recognise the Ioe during whose existence there can be no Hope of peace. A a who would have ventured to prophecy a year Hack that an orator at a meeting of the Republican Paity would have dared1 boldly to advocate the overthrow of slavery a who would have been Sansone enough to., anticipate that such an advocacy would meet with an outburst of Unm ogled and rapturous applause a a a the writer proceeds to Analyse the speech tells a How or. Sumner pointed out the eradication of slavery would bring the War at once to a close How he dwelt upon the miserable subjugation in which the Federal government was held for years by the Man Selling oligarchy and hailed with Delight its emancipation from this hateful bondage which was at least one Good fruit springing from secession How a a he admitted the difficulties and response. Bill ties inseparable from the bondage of rooting out negro bondage from the land1 bade his countrymen remember that All obstacles melt away before the firm resolutions of Earnest souls. ? a a the enthusiastic assent which was evoked by or. Sumners Noble words words worthy alike of the Man and of his theme i a a cheering foretaste of the Triumph which cannot Long be deferred. From the outset we have foreseen and predicted that it would come to this at last. The Standard a daily conservative paper has letters once a week. Our main american news and letter arrive Here in Quot time for publication on a each a monday last monday it gives us a letter from a a Manhattan whose performances Are very amusing to say the least of it. He takes liberties with every body president Lincoln. General Mcclelian. And Naff re tto a no that patronize them both with what but lor the fan Otlet would by consummate impudence thus a this will i say if general Mcclellan wins a Capit-a�1 find saves Tiiu capital he May take my hat. 1 ought to he satisfied with the position of the general. It is no vain boast for m the files of your journal item be read before Mcclellan won a Battle Ini Western Quot Virginia Manhattan called attention to his Desei to it also before Bull run. future proper Coffi Mander of the Potomac. Again let is. Hear him As Choice of Mcclellan by the chief of the Republic Aud restrain our laughter if we can Quot if the a president for the presbyterian Banner. Presbytery of hew Lisbon. This presbytery met m Bast Liverpool Ohio october Lith. 1861. The following items of business transacted May be inter Esting Public. The Rev. John Pryse was received from the presbytery of Omaha Nebraska ter George j. Luckey. Principal of the Union school of East Liverpool 0, was cult a a _ received under the care of presbytery As a conviction of amusing a Peri had a sense of probationer for the gospel ministry and compelling Justice Quot Viz., a a against a party i recommended m sworn hostility to that institution upon which the life and being of the South depend. Sach being the value and importance of this great a a Corner Stone of the confederacy Quot a a this providential Trust on the continuance and conservation of which their life caul hemp Are suspended it necessarily on the principle of the first Law of nature self preservation becomes their right and duty to labor and Pray and preach and if need be to fight and die to transmit this vital institution to All future generations such is the spirit of the men to. Enter the Western theological Seminary. Or William Gaston a licentiate under the care of presbytery was ordained As an evangelist. Or. H. H. Dobbins also a licentiate under our care was dismissed presbytery of Omaha. The churches within the Bounds of presbytery were directed to observe the last thursday of february next As a Day of special prayer for children and youth especially those collected in academies colleges and seminaries that the lord of the Harvest would Send Forth labourers into his Vineyard and that a collection be taken who in the words of the late Secretary of up on that Day for the College fund us state of their confederacy expect that Cor dip to tie order of the general Assem they will one Day a Call the Roll of their j i. _ slaves at the foot of Bunker Hill Monu the following action was taken by pres meat a Butery with reference to special religious but it was not always so with the men of i Effort the South. In 1818 the Rev. Or. Bax my is that they Are too numerous to Tiona that is in the balance of this perhaps i May write you again on same subject. I sincerely Hope your he May soon get a Good minister oversight of their religious inter but they must not expect every Man e a Prodigy of gifts and talents. I am Aid they Are touched with spiritual Dys Sia a Little already so As not to have a factly sound appetite and relish for the adulterated milk of the word. With regard tor your Comfort and welfare truly yours j f m for Tho presbyter a lbs inner. Dation of the Southern confederacy. Essres. Editors at the recent meet of the Synod of Allegheny at new be a paper was introduced to that body ugh the proper committee m which rred the following paragraph this Synod cannot but regard with per horror the avowed purpose of the s of the Southern rebellion to rear in new confederacy on the foundation of perpetual hereditary slavery of millions Black men whose sole crime is a a ski Mer than their nor does this a View with be s Abhorrence the senti of certain Southern ministers Viz., a the providential Trust of the Southern pie is to can Erve and perpetuate the tuition of Domestic slavery As now exist and that their duty is plam to trans a system of slavery to future Genera with the j Reest scope for its Mitial Quot Loument Aud a a Hen your present correspondent Ong wrote the foregoing paragraph be Jite certain of having accurately stated unlisted views of the Southern Lead or this reason he had neglected to himself with the necessary Docu a defend his statements on the Flior of. Inasmuch As he did not exp it would to questioned. It will he a however. That a a venerable ter one of Virginia s noblest Christian he roes prepared a paper which received the Sanction of the general Assembly i believe without a dissenting voice. It was m answer following Resolution submitted body a a resolved that a person who shall sell a slave a member of the Church m Good standing Aud who is unwilling to be sold acts inconsistently with the spirit of christianity and ou0hfc to be debarred from the communion of the Church. Let us hear the Assembly speaking through or Baxter the general As Sembly having taken into consideration the subject of slavery think proper to make known their sentiments. A a we consider the voluntary enslaving of one portion of the human race by another Assi a Gross violation of the most sacred rights of human nature utterly inconsistent with the Law of god totally irreconcilable with the spirit and principles of the gospel of Chris. Slavery creates a Paradox in the moral system a a a scarcely leaves them the slaves the Power of moral action a makes them dependent on the will of others for religious and whether they shall know and worship the True god and enjoy the ordinances of the gospel a a perform the duties. Of husbands parents and children preserve their chastity and purity or regard the dictates of Justice a and humanity. A the evils to which the slave is always exposed often take place m fact and in their worst degree and form and where All of them do not take place still the slave is deprived of his natural right degraded As a human being and exposed to i the danger of passing into the hands of a master who May inflict upon him All the hardships and injuries which inhumanity and avarice May suggest. At the present Day the inconsistency of slavery with the dictates of humanity and religion has hew demonstrated and is generally seen and acknowledged a and it is manifestly the Udif of All christians who enjoy the Light of the present Day a Quot to Ilse their to Trust Eai Tiest and us wearied endeavours to Correct he errors of former times and As speedily As top sible to efface this blot on our holy religion and to obtain the Complete abolition of slavery throughout Christendom and if possible throughout the world such was the Domone of the whole Church South As Well As North forty three years ago. Where then did these men of the South learn to a Call evil Good and Good evil to put darkness for Light and Light for darkness bitter for Sweet and Sweet Jar bitter a a How Are the mighty full no we recommend that the ministers of this presbytery will meet together two and two some time this fall or Winter and where the sessions of churches will not deem such proceedings improper will spend at least a week m each congregation in visitation and m preaching and if advisable they will administer the lord s supper on the Sabbath Day. The ministers in carrying out this arrangement will cooperate m the following manner a a a. A -1 a a messes Pryse and m Cready will visit 4he churches of Brookfield Hubbard Niles Liberty and oorts Villa. Messes Macmaster and March Poland a Tanh old. And boards Nan. Messes. Stratton and Speer Deerfield Concord Newton and Rehoboth. Messes. Todd and Maxwell new Lisbon and Salem. Messes. Dundass and Dalzell Middle Sandy and Hanoverton. Messes. Miller and gait on pleasant Valley Palestine Clarkson and Glasgow messes. Swan and Dickson a yellow Creek Long s run. And Madison. A a messes Laverty and Hays Bethel and Hast Liverpool. A messes Todd and Hays Bethesda messes Dundass and Todd Alliance presbytery adjourned to. Meet m Clarkson on the second tuesday of april next at-.4 o clock p. M. Robert Hays stated clerk. The unappreciated sky. It is a strange thing Bow Little in Gen eral people know about the sky. It is the part of creation m which nature has done More for the Sake of pleasing Many More for the sole and evident purpose of talking to him and teaching him. Than in any other of her works and it is just the part in which we least attend to her there Are not Many of her other Quot works m which some More material or essential purpose than the Mere pleasing of men is not an swered by every part of their organization but a very essential purpose of these might so far As we know be answered if. Once in three3 Days or thereabouts a great ugly Black ram Cloud were brought up Over the Blue sky and everything Well watered and so All left Blue again till next time with perhaps a film of morning and evening Dew. And instead of this there is not a moment of any Day of our lives when nature is not producing scene after scene picture after picture after glory and working still upon such exquisite and con Stant principles of the most perfect Beauty that it is quite certain that it is All done tor. Us and intended for our perpetual pleasure. And every Man. Wherever placed however far from other sources of interest reads your journal it will account for his actions for in its columns the Man and what has since happened was recommended to which the Jaunty Jolly rollick correspondent adds his Mark of admiration 1 not a course and then he adds about the president i certainly will not Back Down from my Mao. I said Long ago. That he would get us out of our troubles i recommended him and i s us if. Be didit.?the-,-american people would make him a Tupi or. King. President for life or anything else be wished to sometimes Quot Manhattan desponds a Little but in a few sentences be gets up thus he Days the danger now is this Over and Gost unaccountable Conti Dence. I have the most dreadful gloom upon my mind. Still if i should foreshadow the defeat of general Mcclellan and his a forces it Washington should be captured and Burnt if Baltimore should use up Aud drive out the Federal troops Aud even if. Philadelphia should be menaced the contest then so far As the free states Are concerned will have begun in fear Ful Earnest and the North must Manhattan Quot also Tisi anti slavery he writes from i the Empire City. And it says if left to new York City to fight it out. The City would speedily win. For she would commence by declaring that the Slives should All Ibe free this would secure the Blessing of god upon the Northern armies. Then. They would fight., for something. Really what the Northern states Are pouring out hair men Aud Money for now is a mystery to make the slave Power More formidable than Ever it is useless to talk. If general Mcclellan Wros the approach lug Battle it will be useless unites we free the slaves. End slavery and the Union is restored there is nobody then left in the Southern states but Union men but free White labor men a these men will Rise up As soon As the slave owner is put Down and he cannot be put Down until his property his Means his labors m a word his slaves Are taken from him and made free. Controversy pro and con by Irish Man who have been associated with the Northern and Southern states respectively is presented m recent numbers of the Banner of Ulster. ,. Or Russel s latest letter contains por a traits very striking of generals m of clean and Beauregard it a actively he has the very highest opinion of the latter lie declares that had he been. A n Northern Mau he would certainly have fought for the Union. The correspondent of the dash Telegraph a tbs a mischievously profess it sympathy with Russel. When recently he went West it appears act Idrogo to i j too a a candid Friend that the times correspondent had Quot gone out Gunung on the Sabbath Day. Aud had been brought up and fined for it. Or. Russel makes an allusion to some wrong done him in the Legal Way. And says that half his Fine was paid by persons in court a indignant at tb.3 presbyterian Banner publication. Office _ Gazette buildings 84 fifth st., Pittsburgh a. Philadelphia Booth West Cor. Of 7tf and chs Stott a a t j Quot r a a a v a. Advertisements. Tekm8 in Advance. A Square d lines or legs one insertion fio cents a us subsequent insertion 40 cents Eit cli line Tiey fld eight 6 ctr a Square por Quarter $4.00 each Une additional 38 cents a reduction made to advertisers by a be year. Business notices of ten hues or less $1.00 Wofa additional line 10 Ranis. David my i Jilley amp Cut a proprietors and Public show. Inhat occurred t should not Suppo c the t fast Days or Sabbath Days had any spiritual charms for the big chant and iollichin0 Trinity College Man and honorary . Graduate any More than they would have to other class writers connected with the times there Are t Trust some exceptions it is a great mistake to suppose that the times is the exponent of the views and feelings of the lii0hsh nation i mean the Backbone of it. The great Middle class including the powerful body of evangelicals both churchmen and nonconformists. American Indian has lately appeared in j Ondon As a competitor in those foot races which form one of the most prominent of. Recreations and contests in the metropolitan suburbs. While not in mixed with evil and always accompanied by the staking of sums of Money they no by no Means so degrading and demoralizing as1 either pugilist or horse racing. We have now in. Tho midst of us a a Deerfoot. The Indian runner testing his strength and Speed with our Best men. And beating them. He has already engaged m six matches lost the first and won All the others. His last contest was with Jackson an american who it is believed in his various matches on both a ides of the Atlantic. Had run More Miles than the distance one round tue world. He. Like other competitors has been Defeated. Deer foot will not use the regular mining shoes a he prefers his moccasins Noi Cau he be induced to rest m a bed. Preferring to wrap himself m a skin and he on the Bare Board he is dressed in his native costume and has a Small Ted band trimmed with Gold round his head with a Feather his body dress is trimmed with Little brass Bells which As he enters the Arena announce his approach. He is of Light Brown complexion stands fire feet ten inches weighs about eleven Stone six pounds. And is Twenty nine years of age. It is said that he has been quite encumbered of late m walking about. With the sums of Money which he has won. He must have it in specie and moreover would not for a Long time Lodge it Ady where fearing it might be lost at length he has been persuaded to Trust his gains keeping of the Bank of England and will go Home Ere Long the richest of All the Seneca tribe his Speed of foot is indeed extraordinary. Defeating two competitors at Dublin lie ran the distance of twelve Miles in sixty five minutes Aud six seconds. It is affirmed that he writes regularly missionaries amongst his Brethren and a is devout in his habits let us hope1 that evil a communications will not Long pm peril his moral and spiritual Well being death has been Busy in it taking useful Iden away. One of these was the Rev. To Roaz. whose labors on behalf of the London missionary society m India As Well As at Home Are Well known lie arrived in Calcutta m 1834 his sphere of labor there As pastor of Union Chapel Lay principally among the East Indian and european portion of the Community he was identified Wath every missionary Effort m India. He. Was Secretary of the Bengal missionary society the principal founder of the Christian institution at Brok Hanl pore an Active member of the Bible and tract societies of . And a promoter of the sailors Home and widows and orphans fund association or Toaz was Only in his fifty fourth year and died Sud Denly in London a after returning from i three a months missionary tour in the provinces. _ a another Active member of the primitive Wesleyan body in Ireland who some years ago made a tour in the United states and obtained Large a and generous help for mis Sions Andi schools in Ireland. Has. Been called away. His a name Dawson. Dean Heather will be familiar to Many of your readers. He was in Scotland engaged in missionary deputation work and was Sud de sly Outi Dow Utah ail age probably t almost1 the same a. Or Boaz his remains were brought to Dublin for interment. He was onco a year a visitor at the breakfast table of the London tract society the committee of which voted him supplies for Inis . J a father1 pa-68ageia. Besides his pamphlet 1 peo Yousa Stalica i Ito latin finding however translators into various �1 an gauges has been m trouble at Rome a fortnight ago the Pope summoned several cardinals to a Council at the Vatican for the purpose of considering what measures should be taken. On the fourth morning afterwards the Ponce entered the House of Madame i Ulgenes. With the intention of arrest the Abbt but failed in finding him. The lady protested against the violation of her dwelling and declared herself to be a British subject. All the abbe s papers and letters were seized by the police Ana he has been suspended Forre Fusig to make a retract Tion of ins pamphlet. The Pope is afraid to prosecute the auth i but intends to strike the Printer. Why so ? because. 0. The distressing dilemma a do Saga having been the Champion of the Pope s pet Dogma of the immaculate Conception it would now be quite a scandal that he a should be hunted Down i rework of pass Agha was published at Florence. Its full title is Quot pro Causa Ithaca and Episcopo Cal Horcos. Autore presbytery cat Lilica he begins by defending himself As a priest and not a Bishop for writing on a controversial subject and quotes cd am is in justification As follows v was not Justin that most eloquent author of apologies for the Christian Faith a Mere presbyter Quot was not Tertullian a presbyter that most bold asserted and defender of the or Ali Odom Faith before lie lapsed into the heresy of Montanus in a a Clement of Alexandria that most copious witness of Christian traditions. Any thing n pie than presbyter a a5as Adamantios that Prodigy of the Christian world More alas Jerome More he who paid Back with so much increase the Light which to had derived 1 rom the Sun of the Church were the following Ever raised beyond the rank of presbyters a Gassiot Dorus Alcuin. Peter Isles Ennis. Bernard. Alex Ander ale Sis. Thomas Aquinas. Johannes Francis Suarez and Bix Hundred other writers by whose studies the Catholic Faith has pro Ted immensely ? put it would be useless up further examples which Are Lesliy past All number and the Mailer in too Evi Dent to need being supported by a wide induction of proofs he Tuen proceeds to deplore flip Condi Tion i of ecclesiastical society m Italy who is there so Blind As not to see that the people of i Aly ire in the most miserable plight a condition in which danger 13 not far off. Hut near at hand and the most grievous of All dangers too. No less than the open and bodily schism or at All events the secret and up Mutual Lena lion of most of his countrymen from the Paradise of the Ali Ucli. Which can Only Rob the Mother of her beloved offspring ? this idea of a a open and bodily schism is. Thank god. Becoming More familiar italian mind every Day. And by and by 1 expect it will be discussed openly in Fiance itself in to i Vallican and anti popish sense of which recent symptoms Are very significant. Inc but re separation in feeling Between the laity and the Priesthood in Italy Are by ought out in a very striking manner. A a he says. A great portion of the Clerry Are at open variance with the Aggro Gate of the laity most or All the shepherds Are being severed from their flocks and yet the chief Shepherd of All. The successor or st. Peter the vicar of Christ upon Earth is visiting the kingdom and society of Italy with dreadful censure and with the thunders of excommunication a and then lie. Sarcastically adds Quot you would fancy that of the two fold Pouesi to a bind and to a Loose Only Oue part is now left Bishops of Italy. So thoroughly and entirely do they abhor and exec rate that ver f thing which the whole italian race both High and Low. Embrace with itch most eager Agha must know quite Well that he exceeds the truth in his eagerness to reach his end to convince the Pope that the spiritual Power ought to be severed from the temporal when he says of the italian people they All most firmly hold to a Ery particle of the ancient Romish Faith. No they reverence it full in this argument passi0ha is the advocate of y in tor Emmanuel against his enemies a the were forbidden to publish their charges of the ground of their inflammatory and political character. Louis Napoleon a Tiow that Pope Aud priests All know him and have not the least Confidence m Bis professions of of Silty Church As a a the son of st. Louis. But he does not like and cannot afford to drive them extremities dictated by desperation although a if Hje does grasp the nettle in his Iron Glove it will not sting or harm him. 3d. The emperor May like to make Vic tor Emmanuel feel his dependence and to let the world see 1 hat an arbiter of National destinies he is. England May sympathize and approved but what is this when he says nay quot4th. Another motive is financial. France is passing through a crisis from a bad Harvest and a change in commercial relations. Money is the sinews of a War but Money is wanted to buy bread not to fight at the present. 5th the emperor above All must see that if he by withdrawing the Garrison open Rome italians to Morroy the next and immediate cry would be a Venice a a a \ Price our sister is enslaved set us. Drive out the austrian 1 and set Venice free a he grimly looks Forward Day when he must fight with that Power and he bides his time which is not yet. Meanwhile Hungary moans and Louis Kossuth Waits sadly yet pot despairingly for the hour of his country a Opportunity. Aust a s Day of re Cong will come. Pope included who places him among a a the impious a Ana he 1 in Aown Broad propositions As subjection of spiritual officers Powers that be. Even if they hive been established a with injun Tice the people Hail Victor Emmanuel As their King and canoeists not a few hold that then wishes should always be re petted therefore he demands emphatically a a Sulci being the Case shall we hold it right m the Catholic Bishops and their head the roman l on Tift. To harass and molest the kingdom of Italy and leave 110 Stone unturned to effect its overthrow this course perhaps we might think allowable if the alleged injustice the kingdom of Italy was cradled were proved and shown to be most certain. But. Seeing that it is doubtful and Uncertain and since it seems to Many even far More probable or even atnally certain that the italian kingdom is based upon the of titles and can be defended not Only on the plea of actual existence but on that of right would it not appear that Are following to Weir natural impulse Ratner than rightly consulting the dictates of sound reason should they persevere any further in the hatred which they have conceived against the state of concludes therefore that a a there is no sufficient ground. Based on the argument of injustice. For of Italy or their Biet to justify them in Protr acting this Battle at the dictates of their natural impulse or depriving leu people of the happiness of peace Between the clergy and the laity of believe that it was quite desirable that the Pope should continue implacable and obstinate Italy would co Manta Gie it Blunder and therefore a great crime in binding lie self to uphold a spiritual papacy with homage and Honor at Rome. A a Quen Deus Hult per Del e a and therefore the Pope the sex King of Naples and the lard Mals. As a body continue fresh Plok and Are Rushing on to their final and irretrievable extinction from Rome altogether. Pm Stigl a has written a More recent pamphlet. Dealing with the question of a a excommunication published at Florence i he object is to show 1 that the roman pontiffs then selves admit that be mistaken sometimes in the application of ecclesiastical Pani Sliment a and censuie3. 2. That it Mav happen that a person excommunicated by the Charch is not so bar god. I.i.3. That excommunication should be used Only lor spiritual purposes. The author. Who. In All that lie writes proves himself to be both a profound canoeist and Yery Able logician concludes by sternly censuring those writers who have not hesitated in their malice to affirm the eternal perdition of favour s soul in consequence of the excommunication pronounced by the Pope Gamst those who were the chief causes of the separation of the marches and Umbria. The French emperor having definitely refused to withdraw his troops from Rome or to push the italian question to a solution which millions so eagerly Long tor both in and out of Italy the question arises what Are his motives for this delay for it can be nothing More the following May be mentioned improbable motives a 1st-.1 that Napoleon May still , idea that a spiritual monarchy at Rome is possible and that the Pope May yet consent to it. 2d that he May and does fear to concentrate on himself More of the hostility of Tho popish clergy including the Jesus to and various fraternities these last be is dealing with severely a specially the bothers of Saint Vincent de Paul they have had councils and various local Cen tres throughout France which an Imperial decree has just proscribed and put Down. Vie All know that a previously , Coronation ceremonies Are always sufficiently gorgeous and expensive and to be present at them must be dazzling Eye and grandly Imp is live ear in the Thundu tones of Royal salutes and in the pealing anthems of Cathedral music. The King of Prussia has gone through his Corona 1011 fatigues with great perseverance has spoken now about receiving his Crown from god. Which seems to indicate very lofty rot Odb and has addressed the army m tones which elicited great enthusiasm As Stern resolve if need be to protect his rights and to do or die for the fatherland. The following is one of the Many de a captions furnished by the special correspondents of London morning papers of the scene of crowning in the Cathedral the Queen s Entrance was the signal for the commencement of the service in which the responses were Sung by the Dom choir. This highly artistic and finished music produced a curious effect. It combined with the drapery and decorations with the glittering helmets and swords and the waving plumes with the Scarlet Blue Green and mauve of the uniforms with their manifold Etah Rodery with the precious stones and Gossamer webs which Placid Lake of Solors slumbered at the Queen s feet and with the grand Standard which floated above to impart scene a theatrical effects theatrical that is to say. M the Best sense of the term. The Prus Lan masters of the ceremonies have met or. Ivan on his own ground and if they have not con i died h m at least it is a drawn Battle. The Liturgy and Sermon Over the Coronation service comm a cedi la the a Salv Umbac Regex a Sung by tiie l no choir m the course of which performance the bearers of the insignia conducted by the chief master of the ceremonies and the marshals ascended the Steps and deposited their burdens on the Aliar that is to say the Crown the sceptre and the Globe. The sword bearer and. The Chancellor with the sword and great Seal stood left of the altar. At this moment the Dom choir ceased singing and the King slowly no ung 0 the flourish of trumpets and Kettle Drums walked up the Steps where he Bent apparently in silent meditation. He was followed by the Crown Prince the great banners and a number of officers. After a while amidst profound silence a Oun officers of the court apr preached the King disrobed him of the Mantle and Chain of the Black Eagle and placed the Royal Mantle upon his shoulders. The King next handed his helmet to one of the officers then slowly steadily deliberately As one conscious of and Over weighted by the Gravity of the act he stretched Forth his hand. Grasped the Crown and As steadily slowly and deliberately put it upon his head. How this act was communicated troops outside Bell ringers and Art leery on tie ramparts i know not but As the Crown touched his head there came from the a court outside the smart Click of Large masses presenting arms and the Bells began to peal and the first of a Salute of 101 guns boomed from the Distant batteries. The Bells and the discharge of guns sounded afar off. And All was deep stillness in the Church As the King slowly and deliberately turning round took the sceptre and again confronting the a Sembly held it Forth in his outstretched hand. Finally he took the sword from the hands of the sword bearer and with a face of unutterable a Mcvity reminding one of a crowned King on the top of a Tombstone he presented that sword in All directions East Ivorah. Ivest. And was then that hardly a breath was drawn stillness itself seemed hushed into a deeper stillness for we All Felt that hat sword was wielded by a greater hand than the hand of the King of Prussia that it flashed n the in Glitz grasp of the protectorate of Germany. The Queen having likewise approve bed the altar. Count. Grobon. Who bore her majesty a Crown approached also when the King took the Crown and placed it on the Queens head. Both then Knelt Down while one of the clergy invoked a Blessing. Thus ended the Coronation. The refusal of the King of Prussia to recognize As Jet the kingdom of Italy be Cau e nothing there is consolidated or Complete is characteristic and doubtless weighs with the French emperor in a his present attitude. . P s a Madame Lind Goldschmidt has for a time resumed her Public appearance As an oratorio Singer. She began two night so ago m Exeter Hall the funds going election of a Church and Industrial schools m a very Low and spiritually destitute suburb on the Essex Bank of the thames extending As far As North Woolwich. She will visit Liverpool and other places. She and her husband and children have a Large establishment and Home near London at a Stanley has been discoursing at Leeds on National education and insists that it is better to teach children a few essential a matters Well than Many Imper foetal a. J he intelligence from Egypt is very gloomy the extraordinary Irionda Ion of the Nile Lias destroyed More than fifty villages the Railroad 13 torn up. The Telegraph line is broken. Two palaces Are destroyed the Cotton crop is ruined and the Pasha s desires for needed retrenchment Are completely disappointed. The christians maronite of Damascus Are seeking extravagant compensation a for outrages and losses of which they. And. Not the ruses were the vile Aud cruel authors. The times protests against the idea of any urgency being employed to induce England to break the blockade a declaring most truly and with great decision that it would do a great injustice United states government and an act which must Lead to War. News has arrived in town of the sudden death of sir James Gre Ham m. , the a political associate of pm Felt in his 69th year. A 1. 1tiv a Memphis of Lipmer advertises in one of the that she a if now prepared to presen t ladies of Memphis and Vicinity the Southern styles gotten up expressly for Southern Wear we no longer will or ban a do Pend upon new York tor our style and fashions which never did suit oui Chi Pate o or people we will or opening of fall saturday october o we ask you ladies one and All to Call and examine our goods and then decide for your cues if Memphis he a not outdone anything new York Pound Ever present South a

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