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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - April 8, 1836, Cincinnati, OhioApril 8, 1830. Scriber makes a just representation the agent either misunderstood Hwn failed to communicate his wish. We merely desire to Call the attention Brethren to this matter. The Rule is respectfully requested by the publishers this paper that correspondents would turn Back to the terms the first Page and read the Rule postage and More especially that individuals writing their own business such As a request to change the direction a paper discontinue it to advertise absent Friend ate., would pay the postage their letters. They ask this not As a favor to them but an act Justice to the concern which they arc agents. Virginia Brethren the Virginia conference raised the past year As appears from the report their treasurer the Rev. A. A. Smith for missionary purposes $4,572 11 and for the Rible society and publishing fund $390 69� information the editors the Christian advocate and journal and the Western Christian advocate either both inform us How it is that the a minutes conference published at new York give us an increase 0f 13,744 while those published at Cincinnati exhibit a decrease 4,129? do both them comprehend a numerical report our Church up to the same period time do they include the statistics our whole Church separate the East from a a the great Valley the Mississippi a we would be pleased to obtain information this subject that we a a May have somewhat to an. A were a a the children uncircumcised lips who arc rejoicing in the prospective downfall a. Conf. Sentinel. minutes the conferences published at n. Commence with Pittsburg Early in the summer and end with Oneida Genesee those published at Cincinnati begin with Mississippi Early in the Winter and terminate with Tennessee consequently the n. Minutes contain the numbers the Western conferences for 18.34. When there was an increase while the Cincinnati m minutes contain the returns from the same conferences for 1835, when there was a decrease. The plan publishing in both places at different times secures to the conferences both East and West the use the minutes at an earlier Date after their sessions than they could otherwise have them. The minutes printed at n. And in Cincinnati a a include the statistics our whole Church a but not a a up to the same period the Book agents at a. Publish the minutes the Eastern conferences for the current year transcribing those the Western conferences for the past year and the agents at Cincinnati publish the minutes All the conferences for the current year so As to make the estimate Complete for the whole connection twice a year. Ou7fhjhlc�llr h0lyn ll0alutiflil House where i mat Taworn Mission Richard Brown. Sea and All up be ae-�?T18 a. A up with a a Ibn in bet Belg John Smith. T. C. Thorn Western Christian advocate. A Asas 199 cd n i our pleasant Hidirs Are Laid ton Collet a enl. I her Rocth Nso Shal a con Inus a a desolate to Tojo pc District a John Bear p. E. Alex near i he response to these questions is give Andrias Edwin do afr l. F. Morgan foun Church its gone abr0ad a a a fyn we. Hamilton c. B. Tippett. George a a proclaims in Strong language a your town Henry Slicer,5 Leesburg Joseph White a ssh go �?~1 Ebu by �?~i16 Fredericksburg Neison Reed. Fairfax a. R Blessing god a our pleasant things a Phemy Veitch d. Thomas. A Rock Creek a. A roes eae0tv ,r.?l it to Fer ashes we a a rl1creaa?< Loudoun Gerard Morgan s. D. Rice. Wari Ward a h their former Power and go for Renton a. B. Morgan a. Taylor. Stafford Ward to the accomplishment the great work a a. G. Brooke e. A helps to. S. Harding Suo who gone pm a a who a 9ne Israel a Lancaster . My Cagney a. G. whle he humbles us by these dispensations Westmoreland to. Wheeler a. Compton j his Providence put a spirit Zeal and Energy in a. Collins agent the hearts his people in behalf this import hint r Onny to inf 4 l. It a a a a Rockingham in heeler a. Compton. Look Concerro. . Wilson p. unt. Department methodism which shall not Rockingham a. If coffin w. Houston room str v resuscitated. Staunton a. N. Brown 6. D. Hopkins de a Fri a is Ertice the Sash . Fully augustan Stephen Smith . Sumers. Rock Ltd spas Quot a Church in regard to Spring a. A. Eskridge. Lexington a. W. In the cite in a a tsp Yore Quot a Lon a Humphreys John s. Martin. Fincastle Jacob pressed i Frio i s s to a f he Nius go l Brown. Christians Burgh a. W. Pressed m the last communication the agents Osborn . Ward. Addressed to this conference that 20 $25,000 la will be raised. In Newark n. J., $1,000 have been subscribed for the same purpose. Nor. Will the Baltimore conference the methodist a. Mon Community in its Bounds be behind a the very Chiefest in this Good work. The committee fully concur in the opinion i we Kwh a a the agents the concern that it is alb import a vvinvh7s7e7�?~sratffin Quot Job guest Winch Ste Tant to preserve Good feeling and Harmony circuit Janies Watts h. Holland. Jefferson action in measures that May be taken to re con a John Howell win. Evans. Harpers ferry struck it an they cannot but think that the agita Thos. W. Monroe. Burkely James Berke a now its removal from its present Loca by g. W. Deems. Baths John Guver. Hills i. 4 j i a i a we a j Istian Burg Monroe a. W. Gul a. Covington a. W. Richardson w. B. F. Linthicum j. M. Bromwell sup. Lewisburg we. Wicke3. Lewisburg circuit a. C. Lyon Roe. Lunte Riville Christopher Hart Man. Franklin . M. Mills John h. new River Mission Thomas j. Dyrle. Winchester . Steele p. a la a A i a. A a. Deems. Damn Jonn buyer. Wills lion would no Only be premature but danger Borough a. Monroe W. Latham a sprint mis to the Best Metros the Fields a. D. Chenowith. South bran a Dave i ii in la 1 _ c a a a a _ _ the occurrence Calls for vigorous and United Effort and every suggestion calculated to distract it ought to be hushed. The approaching session the general conference near at hand is the Only proper tribunal to decide this Point and it will doubtless do it with an Eye to the glory god and the Good the whole Church. Is Kennison j. M. Green. Moorfield a. V. Rig Den j. Stine. Woodstock a. Goheen m. G. Hamilton. Luray Wesley Howe William g. Deal. Chambers Bung . Cadden p. E. Chambersburg George Hilda. We a Nesburg M. Lipscomb. we. Enos. The committee recommend the adoption the Bloomfield a. Hodges g. Mif following resolutions Flint a. Stansbury Joseph s. Morris. Lyttleton 1. Resolved by the Baltimore annual Confer a p. My anally T. Nixon. Hagerstown once in conference assembled that it is exam. B. Edwards. Boons Borough John l. Gib Tremley injudicious to agitato the moving the Bons. Bedford a. Hartman s. V. Book concern irom its present location at this Cumberland a. D. Lipscomb. Alleghany a for the Western Christian advocate. Delegates to the general conference and other preachers who can find it convenient in i heir travels during the session the general conference Are respectfully invited to our City and to Call at the residence b. Frazee that being the most convenient Point sixth Street East Side Between Green and Walnut streets about a Square and a half South the court House either the other stationed preachers who will take pleasure in seeing that that they shall be accommodated As May be required. H Kavanaugh b. Frazee. Louisville april 2,183g. For the Western Christian advocate. Baltimore conference. The conference directed me As Secretary to prepare and Forward to you copies the reports which you will find this Sheet. A corrected list the appointments and delegates i sent you yesterday. Ever yours affectionately . B. Sargent Sec y b. An. Conf. Baltimore j March 24, 1836. Report committee Baltimore annual conference the Book concern. The committee appointed to consulting reference to the Best measures Tobe taken for re establishing the Book concerns and to whom a circular from a committee preachers in Philadelphia together with a communication from the Book agents a a. Were referred submit the following report. The committee in common with their Brethren Are deeply impressed with the loss which our Church and the religious Public have sustained in the destruction the Book concern. It is rot deemed necessary advisable to give Here a minute history the establishment nor to go into an argument to show its importance but from the magnitude the subject and the great interest Felt in it a few remarks will be institution was established about fifty years ago for the purpose facilitating the circulation religious books especially the Standard works our Church among its members and As far As practicable the Community in general. The profits after deducting expenses Are distributed among the several annual conferences in equal proportion to Aid in paying claims the superannuated worn put preachers and the widows and orphans deceased travelling preachers. Having such objects As these in View it is evident that it was intended to be and in fact is an essential auxiliary to the Iti Nerancy. In this character it has been carefully fostered by the Church. A at some periods in the history the institution it had to contend with embarrassments yet the approbation god was upon it and Triumph and Success followed. It had continued to fulfil the designs its construction enlarging with the rapid increase the Church till from originally Small dimensions and limited operations it had grown up an immense establishment pose res Sittg vast Means usefulness and employing them faithfully and liberally the Bible tract and Sabbath school associations in Union with the methodist episcopal Church found in it a constant Friend ill the Supply books and tracts Aid it gave theft. Its dividends to the Vonual conferences had increased from inconsiderable amounts to it several Hundred dollars find but for the calamity we now mourn the age rus would have appropriated $1,000 to each the present year. Such was the methodist Book concern and such were its works it had contributed to soothe the evening life those Rable and venerated men who have devoted the ardor youth the vigor manhood to the service the Church. To it the preacher a a his orphans have looked for at least some provision for their wants nor have they looked in vain. White this Noble institution was thus Progress-ln.?j Whent seemed to have arrived at. Maturity y Aud was at its Zenith usefulness suddenly the calamity befell it that has Laid it in ruins ski we Hay to take up the lamentation the time. 2. Resolved that the occasion demands the United and vigorous efforts the methodist Community to re establish it As speedily As possible. 3. That View the sentiments the last Resolution a subscription be now taken in this conference for the Book concern to be paid at our next session. 4. That this conference recommend the appointment an agent one its members to travel through its Bounds to raise funds in Cash subscription to be applied to re establishing the methodist Book concern and As far As practicable in his limits collect any debts that May be due it. 5. That said agent shall remit from time to time the funds that May be in his Possession to the agents the Book concern. 6. That the preachers give the agent All the Aid in their Power in the prosecution his work. 7. That a copy the foregoing report and the resolutions accompanying be sent by the Secretary the conference to the editors the Cristian advocate and journal and Western Christian advocate for insertion in those papers. All which is respectfully submitted. S. G. Roszul John Davis we. Hamilton t. C. Thornton j. A. Collins. Committee. In accordance with the 3d Resolution a subscription was opened and upwards $1,100 obtained from the preachers this conference and conference. Their Barry j. G. My Keehan n. P. Cunningham. Clear Spring a. Cleary t. C. Hayes. Northumberland . Pretty Man p. E. Sunbury . Be Giles c. Gibbons. Hollidaysburg a a. Forrest Jared h. Young. Lewistown a Henry tarring. Lewis town circuit a. Stevens R. Beers. Berwick James sinks John Hall. Danville Joseph s. Lee W. Brent. Northumberland a. Kalbfus j. T. Chaney. Lycoming t. Tannyhill j. T. Stratton. Bellefonte John Rhodes t. Myers. Philipsburg John Ander son. Huntingdon John Bowen Jas. I. Blouse Weart. Clear Spring Mission Jacob my anally. Carlisle Hemphill p. E. Carlisle station a. G. Cookman. Carlisle circuit a. O. Lumsdon e. Miller. York Tobias Riley. Shrewsbury a. Ewing z. Jordan. Harford ii. Furlong a. Smith. Great Falls a. Collins h. G. Dill. Liberty a. B. Young h. Best. Frederick City a. Frederick circuit a. Buher Joseph Parker James Reed sup. Gettysburg a. Bond James brads. Delegates to general . G. Ros Zeli a. Griffith w. Hamilton Norval Wilson d. Steele John d Ivis w. Prettyman John a. Collins Samuel Bryson it Robert Cadden John Bear. Reserved . A. Davis ii. Slicer Thomas b. Sargent. Next conference to be held in Baltimore March 22, the child that is fed amp i Ltd nourished by Bis Parent without knowing properly considering to whoa he is indebted Tor his daily bread and needful clothing. But let these Means instruction be annihilated let this Fountain spiritual illumination be put out become obscured and the fatal consequences would soon be Felt and then the value the institution would be estimated by its loss. It is not the pecuniary profit resulting from this establishment which we value so highly. As has been often before said the pecuniary Aid it has afforded has been merely incidental to its existence. This was not its primary object. Its first great object always has been and we Hope always will be and if it should Ever descend to any other we Pray god to strike it out existence to spread abroad scriptural truth and holiness throughout land to Aid theft ministry the word in extending the kingdom Jesus Christ among men to guard and to promulgate the to Cath As it is in Jesus Christ unmixed As far As possible with error and to furnish the Community the chef pest terms possible with that 6ort Reading which should tend to make them Wise unto salvation. These were the primary objects methodist Book concern. And Itiat it has contributed greatly to accomplish this object who will attempt to deny in Many parts our common country particularly in the South and West in upper and lower Canada the books issued by this concern were almost the Only religious books the people had to read our itinerant ministers who penetrated into these new countries carried with them hymn books disciplines Wesley a sermons biographies holy persons and other theological works and by distributing them among the people they were left to speak Fri thaws Al a a a a absence in favor the annexed. $283 50 Lex . Hall the. Virginia names and the sums Are were instantly paid. Joshua Wells $100, s. G. Roszel 50, John Davis 50, n. B. Mills 25, Janies Painter 10, he methodist Church in this City last Samuel Ellis 10, t. C. Thornton 10, S. Vin i monday evening for the purpose aiding in ton 10, Jacob Gruber 50, j. A. Gere 25, Wil Tlle Effort now making to effect the restoration . For the Western Christian advocate. Book at 1ngton. Brother held a Public meet Liam Edmunds 5, e. E. Allen 10, w. Hank 10, j. Monroe 2, a. A. Eskridge 5, John Smith 10, p. My anally 5, John Bear 5, j. Stevens 10, j. Sanks 5, j. Rhoads 10, ii. S. Keppler 5, j. New my gee 10, t. W. 50, a. G. Cheno my 5, h. Furlong 10, t. Monroe 5, John a. Collins Weth 10, Elijah Miller 25, j. Anderson 10, j. Hodges 10, s. D. Rice 20, David thomas5, David Steele 10, Edwin Dorsey 10. Joseph Merriken 10, g. W. Humphries 10, j. C. Lyon 10, we. Coffin 10, James Ile Illey 6, mrs. Frye widow Rev. C. Frye 42 50, j. Bowen for n. B. Mills 5, Cash for do. 4, t. C. Thornton for do. 4, Cash for do. 2, . Brown 5, . B. Sargent 25, c. B. Tippet 50, Joseph White 5, j. Brown 10, w. S. Evans 10, e. R. Veitch 5, w. Wickes 5, Nelson Reed 25, a. A. Reese 5, j. V. Our Book concern recently destroyed by fire in the City new York. After a Short address in relation to the character and objects the institution subscriptions and locations to the amount about $s00 were obtained. It is believed that we shall succeed in raising our contributions to $1000. The Money is made payable by the subscription in six Andl Welve months. I Forward you the names Only those who have paid in Advance. Considering the amount debt which the Church in this place has recently had to meet she has certainly done Well in this instance. Several our Brethren have subscribed $100 each and one $200. You May therefore consider Lexington Good for at least $800 the $10,000, which it has been proposed to raise within the limits the same truths which they a proclaimed in the ears the people in their log Cabins school houses and barns. We May therefore venture to say to at this has been up to the moment the late destructive fire one the most powerful Means enlightening and reforming the people which could be put into the hands the ministry to Aid them in their work. The question now is shall it be abandoned ? we think we hear almost one consent nexus voice from every portion the Church responding no to this question. Shall our books be thrown into the Market to be mutilated Cut and mangled to suit the taste whim every publisher who May find it his interest to Avail himself them ? this would be a most hazardous Experiment. And who is to Supply our numerous Sabbath schools with suitable books but we need not answer these questions. Our Brethren from every Quarter Are answering them for us in the generous manner in which they Are responding to our Call. The Book room shall soon be rebuilt and the presses shall speedily be heard groaning again under the Strong Ull the workmen after the nimble types shall a ave been prepared to speak once More the language truth and duty. This will be Manifest to our readers from the resolutions and extracts from letters we have already published and the subscriptions and donations we have received. In addition to those heretofore published and announced we give the . Adv. Amp journal. To the above were added extracts letters and resolutions meetings More than we have room for. Suffice it to say the following sums have been secured by subscriptions &c., towards making up the loss the concern at Rhinebeck n. $366 at Kent Hill $125 at Bangor me. $1520 at Allen St. Section n. $600� at Smithfield Church Pitt. Conf. $235. These items Are in addition to what we have heretofore published and exclusive several individual donations. For the sums actually paid Over to the agents Sec their list receipts in another place. From the Christian advocate and journal moneys received for the Bible and tract society and sunday school Union the methodist a. Church by b. Waugh t Mason agents the methodist Book concern for the week ending March 18. A Mechanic Newark n. J., Lay Rev. T. Thompson Chesterfield circuit a. Conference benevolent society to Aid in supplying the world with bibles in Twenty years by Rev. A. G. Burton Virginia conference by Rev. W. A. Smith 00 89 64 269 75 ence be sent to the editors the cd. Adv. And Jour and Western Christian advocate for publication and that the editors Zions Herald at Boston and Christian Sentinel at Richmond be requested to insert them in their papers. Stations the preachers. Baltimore Davis p. Baltimore City Alfred Griffith Thomas m gee q. A. Davis John Miller. Samuel Ellis David Shaver Joseph Merriken Sharp Street and As Burvy Phlip Rescorl East jail timbre a. G. Roszel i Robert West Baltimore James h. Browne Baltimore City Mission Samuel my Mullin Baltimore circuit to. B. Sargent w. Edmunds. Severn we. Hank a e. Allen. Annapolis John Poisal. West River John a. Gere Joseph Plotner. Calvert a a. Monroe. Is. Mary so we. S. Evans b. Nadal. Prince George so John h. Baker. Ebenezer try. Parkinson j. Gruber j. M. Hanson sup. Montgomery a Larkin. W. T. Nor Patapsco a a. Reily j. A. keep the account for us and it would be Well to let us know from time How the matter stands. Yours affectionately Edward so Evenson. Lexington april 2d, 1836. Rigden 10, John Miller 10, James Watts 5, Job Kentucky annual conference. You will please guest 10, John Howel 10, w. O. Lumsden 10, Davis Kennison 10, c. Hartman 5, m. Goheen 10, w. Howe 5, Abel Taylor 5, t. O. Summers 10, j. Linn 10, . D. Hall 100, William Butler 10, Cash from persons in Harrisonburg va., by s. D. Hopkins 22, William Hamilton 5, Richard Bond 5, j. Laniis 5, a. Compton 5, g. G. Brooke 5, f. M. Mills 5, h. G. Dill 5, Oliver Ege 5, Samuel Brison 5, h. Tarring 5, t. Dorsey 5, William Prettyman 10. The following preamble and resolutions the subject abolition were unanimously adopted and the names All the members and probationers the conference 157 in number were subscribed. A v whereas great excitement has pervaded this country for sometime past and whereas such excitement is believed to be destructive to the Best a a Teresa a the country and religion therefore resolved a a a 1. That a we arc As much As Ever convinced the great evil 2. That we arc. Opposed in every part and particular to the proceedings the abolitionists which look to the immediate indiscriminate and general emancipation slaves. # 3. That we have no connection with any press by whomsoever conducted in the interest the abolition cause. I 4. That the foregoing preamble and resolutions signed by the members this coffer for the Western Christian advocate. Barbers again. Or. Editor a i was much gratified to see a notice those Barbers in 6ur City who make conscience keeping the lords Day who feel it is an a evil and hitter thing to sin against much evil has resulted from the practice keeping these shops open the Sabbath. Permit me to say to every barbed in the language love especially to every one who fears the lord take a decided Noble holy stand with the Resolution Joshua let others do As they May a was for me and my House we will serve the and when the principles by which they Are influenced Are fully known will they not be sustained is there not patriotism and piety sufficient in Cincinnati to sustain them i feel assured there is hut if not let them not violate the commands god. If they suffer for righteousness Sake Happy Are they. W. our former number we attempt to shove that if the methodist Book concern possessed any monopolizing Powers they were All consecrated to the noblest objects namely that doing Good to the souls and bodies men. And so evident has been the vast Utility resulting from this Means diffusing abroad scriptural truth and holiness has attracted the attention and provoked the emulation Many other denominations. The american tract society the sunday school Union the protestant episcopal press and More recently the Baptist press in this City Are but imitations some them but imperfect for the want Unity action our Book establishment. Their object most evidently is to preserve what they consider the purity truth and to exert the greatest possible influence by Means the press Over the destinies Mankind and so far As any these establishments Are denominational in their character to preserve the distinctive peculiarities by which they Are distinguished. This has been the effect ouf Book concern others. But what has it been ourselves having always been aided less More by its influence from the commencement existence As a Church by Many our people its usefulness has not been appreciated they were receiving the streams its Benevolence an reaping Benefit from its numerous publications without properly recognizing few stains Focey flowed from lie Christian advocate and journal. The treasurer the missionary society them it dist episcopal Church acknowledge the receipt the following sums ending March 18. Irene sessions by Rev. David Preston 100.00, and amount collected at Westfield 412 104.12 Charles c. North treasurer juvenile miss. Soc. Of Greene Street 100.00 to he applied to the education a native african to be named Thomas Mason 127 15 a Friend in Fairfield conn., by Rev. C. F. Pelton 5 00 a it. C. Albany for South american Mission by Rev. G. Sherman 5 00 Deborah Jennings by Rev. G. Laning 2 00 Rev. Justin Spaulding treasurer the miss. Soc. Of Maine con., collected at Augusta 54 11 Bangor sunday school to Purchase s. S. Books for the South american Mission by Rev. Spaulding 2 00 caused it to de pm in fit Ltd Widell. It Gre with the growth afro strengthened with Llie strength methodism that a tacit the fathers right hand planting which has been fostered and watered by the chief a Fri Herd. Forty years ago Book concern was fee ble i and the useful indefatigable Asbury was the a left to strengthen it. The preachers though poor horseless wanderers in labors abundant and privation and suffering a a Treme were giving out their pittance to Greate a fund for in a tue a usefulness which might Tell upon the destiny thousands then unborn. It was founded in pure Charity and Christian Benevolence and conducted with rigid Economy and persevering Effort. It a Ildna munitions called Many a wayward mortal Frothi the Broad Way a and the salutary truths its u5x>ks, Consolation to Many a responding and a troubled breast. The Lucid scriptural and rational doctrines its volts and periodicals scattered Many thick mists error and rescued Many an unwary being from the vortex Strong delusion. Itinerant preaching was useful very useful but while this proved in Many cases like the a Early rain and the morning Dew a the lessons those silent teachers was a a like bread cast upon the Waters a upon which Many a solitary hungry Pilgrim has fed and been strengthened Tor these books have preached in Many a lonely dwelling where vocal preaching was never head. The Power and achievements Tiia mighty lever were hut imperfectly known until the Christian advocate proclaimed its trophies and gave intelligence its Means. But sad and sudden is the reverse its Prosperity. It now it least the a main concern Les in i ufers. This see�7i? to be a mysterious Providence permitted perhaps for Wise ends possibly to Check the Pride ?an glory a fact teach erring mortals their entire dependence god. It is Gratifying to hear the prompt and commendable liberality already manifested a to Aid in resuscitating this useful institutions but having for several years viewed investment so much capital in one place and in such an expensive pile buildings As questionable policy and extremely hazardous we would with due deference suggest the propriety guarding in future against similar danger. This however is a matter to be directed by the Wisdom and Providence the approaching general conference. To Aid in evangelizing the world ant�1 promoting the great ends religion is the work this institution and Al thought May experience a temporary Check yet by prudent management and an Humble dependence almighty god it May yet succeed in ameliorating the condition human kind and in bringing Many sons to Western methodist. Married. On the 19th March by the Rev. We. M. Crawford jobs t. Clan jct to miss Nanoy the Bald both Grant county by. ,. On the Emeji Fig 6f Tfir 24th March 18c6, by the re a. James b. Austin Lemuel Herbert to miss Mary Puoh All Delaware On the 29th March by the Rev. David Robinson . Michael i Origo to miss Catharine at her residence in Hardin county by. Or the 30th last november mrs. Margaret , a pious member the e. Church in the 48th year her age the 28th March at his residence in Mason county ky., John Peddicord in the Ninetieth year his age. Father p. Was More than fifty years a member and part the time a class Leader in the methodist Church he was affable but unassuming so As to make Many friends and few no enemies. His illness was Short and peaceful though sensible for some time that his end wife Nib i gave him no concern for he was ready an d waiting change to come. From the lofty Eminence Faith he looked Over the Jordan death arts viewed with Delight the promised land and having been exemplary in life and patient in tribulation he was victorious in death through the blood the Lamb in Ohio county ky.,the 13th last september mrs. Minerva Ward Consort . Jotter Ward a Adf daughter Joseph and Frances Bennett. Sister w / Vvs a quite s Young woman and had been Narried Only about the few fisc myths before her earthly ties were Alt broken by it she bad embraced religion in youth and retained it to the end which not Only supported bit greatly c Oil sorted he in the trying hour. General Book concern. General intelligence. From the Harrisburg Telegraph. The following is Bonus levied the stockholders the United states Bank by the Hill that has passed the House representatives. To the Treasury the state $2,500,000 for the support common schools $100,000 per year for 20 years h 2,000,000 total to he paid into the Treasury the Bank is also to subscribe the following additional sums in Stock for Public improvements to the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad to the Williamsport and Elmira Railroad to improve the navigation the Monongahela River to the Cumberland and Valley Railroad to the Warren Ami Pine Grove Railroad to the Warren and Franklin Turnpike to the Warren and Ridgway Turnpike 4,500,000 200,000 200,000 100,000 100,000 20,000 15,000 5,000 $640,000 following Lutife Are to be appropriated from the Bonus pfc a ent year for constructing the York Branch canal for canal to Erie for Railroad West Gettysburg for surveys for the Western turnpikes to finish old works repairs &c., $150,000 200,000 300.000 10,000 136.000 672,147 from the Christian advocate and journal. B. Was ooh amp t. Mason acknowledge the receipt a he following sums in Aid the methodist Book concern ii �6 the 18th inst a j n. Elliott by 6v. In be 20 Rev. N. Bangs 50 Caleb Fogg 5 widow Sarah Fogg 5/ j. Terry 1 . Bell 1 a few friends in Mansfield o., by Rev. Adam Poe 50 Rev. Robert Seney 56 Rev. T. Mason 50 . We. Baldwin by . Bafigo 25 Rev. Agard 3? Rev. Jacob k. Miller 5 . We. Gries 8 . Stephenson 50 n. C. Hart by . Jshii Harper 25 a Friend by do. 5 Charles Jones by Rey a. Wright 10 As Alry a Patton by do. 10 a. B. W5ite, by do. 5 John Maxin by do. 1 Flarv cos Richardson by do. 1 Thomas Jeffers by Doi contribution by do. 2 from the members Fife m. E. C. In Auburn by . John Seymour 125/ . John Seymour Auburn 100 Rev. Chester Morrison 1 from members the m. A. Church in North Malden by Rev. R. W. He a a Viz George Emerson 5, Jesse Pharn 5, Isaac Emerson 1, Samuel s. Upham 1, William Emerson 1, Thomas Smith .50, George Upham .50/ James Brown .25, Mary p. Cowdry .50, Lois Brown .50, Sarah Lynoule .25, Lois Lynoule .50/ Lydia Emerson .25, Elizabeth Flowers .12, Sarah w. Holt .12, Joseph Prentice .25, Charley Pratt .25 members the m. E. Church in Bridgeport cqrin., by Rev. C. F. Pelton 20 Rev. C. F. Pelton 5 Stephen a Britten Elizabethtown 25 Rev. Thomas Morrolf 6f do 10 mrs. Eunice Morrell do. 5 mis9 s. S. Clarke by Rev. Litch 1 a miss e. G. Clarke by do. I Rev. Litch 2 Lydia , by Rev. A. N. Fillmore 4 from teachers and Shi dents and others connected Tai the Wesleyan Seminary the Gen. Con by Rey. Lucky 100 benevolent to friends the Book concern in and out Church in Cazenovia n. Y.,. Con., by Rev. N. Rounds 106.16 Rev. M. Stew jul 1.50 Rev. Enoch Mudge by . W. In Wilson 5. Cincinnati Book Agency. 7 the agents acknowledge the receipt sundry amounts for the use the Book concern for the week ending april 5th, As follows Richard Ashcraft $5, John Reeves 100, Wil Mary Holliday . 10, Rev publishing fund. Contributions to the publishing fund the Bible tract and sunday school societies the methodist episcopal Churchy ending March 18, 1836. Mrs. Sansom by Rev. M. Simpson 1 50 Rev. G. W. Moore com. On adv Cate 60 Rev. B. Of iceman com. On advocate 66 a Wesleyan methodist by Rev. E. Smith 10 00 Rev. We. Lummis 1 00 Rev. John c. Harrison 19 from the following by Rev. ,through Holliday amp Wright a . A. Joslin 5, 00 j. M. Allison 10 00 Samuel Folsom 5 00 Rev. Adam Jones com. On adv., letter Jan. 25 .�?T120 the following by Rev. A Matthias a Charles m. Smith 3 John Totten Esq. 1 Henry Cole 1 John w. Totten 1 a. C. Coles 1 three Young men 1.50 8 50 b. S. Stewart be Rayville a y. 10 00 Chesterfield circuit a. Con. Benevo Lent soc., by Rev. A g. Burton 89 64 a. Con. By Rev. Vav. A. Smith 117 35 s. C. Conference by com. Accounts Viz. T. R. Walsh 1.75 j. R. Townsend 3 j. Covington 6.30 Angus my Pher son 5 . Dogon Union c. H., s. A 10 John in Robinson 7.50 ladies working society Wilmington n. A 15 Gamuel Armstrong .50. Jno. R. Pickett 4 c. G. Gilill 6 j. Wheeler 12.93 a. Mccorquodale 1.55 James Dannelly 1 David Der it Rich 4.20 78 73 the Book concern. Y this valuable and useful establishment in Iff origin was very Humble and a pretending it was indeed like a Small Rivulet Little known its influence but Little Felt and its value but Little appreciated tributary streams however As they pub increased an i a god prospered it. $1,368,147 a recent pledge has been Given by the baptists in Buffalo n. A a $17,000 for the Brock port and Bap. Journal. A a Friend to truth in Herkimer co., n. A. Promises in the Register that he will be one ten that will put $100 each into the hands the Baptist Board foreign missions for purpose printing and circulating the Bible in Burman and neighbouring . A Public discussion has recently been held in Hamilton Butler co., o., the Utility Gross hops at the close which it was decided by an almost unanimous popular vote that the corporation the town ought not to Grant any More licenses to the keepers . Deaths in Baltimore the past year 2050, being 697 less than in 1834�?population about 92,000. Travelling thousand bushels american wheat were exported from new York to England acid there landed. The same wheat was re Export Ltd Back to new York and there sold weeks ago. These facts indicate a changeability in the wheat Market very unusual . A Lane abolitionist has written a sneering article against this institution in the Boston Liberator. Whatever some Ultra its the Day May think the friends Lane Seminary Are delighted that it has risen above the malice All enemies and by the Blessing god enjoys a High degree Prosperity. Tims far we have avoided much allusion to the Ober Fin Institute. If the friends the latter Sci nary dissatisfied with being let alone will keep up a War with Lane Seminary we May be compelled to run a parallel Between the institutions. As the students Lane Seminary have not yet Burnt their greek and latin classics hey have had1 Little Opportunity to bask in the Light and heat the age but there is no telling what Good examples May do fair . Jour March 3. four Learned professors Lane Seminary have under their charge according to the late catalogue Mir a . Evan. It is calculated that the work done by machinery in England is Seq Tel to the labor four Hundred millions men. Or. learn from the Baptist that this venerable do Virtu Haa at length been gathered to his fathers. Or. It. Was pastor a Baptist Church in London and the compiler that popular selection hymns which bears a name. He had been upwards 65 Vears in the Fitin Witry Date same paper also notices the death . Few Man tie principal the Baptist Academy,,.london. Ious heral4v Liam my lean Esq. 100, mrs. Waring 10, Rev. James read Isaac Hunter 5, g. Grigg by Rev. W. Simmons 5, Cash by do. 5, mrs. Betsey d. Magruder 4, Jonathan Snow by Rev. C. Crow 1/ Joseph Claypool 1, s. N. Kibby 10, Elisha hitch ins 10. The following from Lexington ky., forwarded by Rev. A Stevenson . Vaun 5, Cash 2, Cash Cash .50, James Ken. Ning5, . K. Higgins 5, mrs. Rankin 2. Subscribers to the $100 proposition a John Reeves John eversoll. Methodist almanac. On account a Box books failing to reach the place its destination to Are enabled to furnish a few copies our almanac for 1836, at the Book room. Those who a Fiat wifi the article would do Well to apply soon. Letters received during the week ending april 5. Z. Connell m. P. Gaddis s. A. Kelly. A. Baker l. Maffit Lamb j. A. Hill w. T. Stark i. Chase 1 sub. Geo. Kliott 1 sub a Hamilton j. Reed jr., . C. Boad Mati t Subj a. Robertson 1 Subj. 8. Harrison g. G. Worthington 1 Subj. Dunn a. Goff 1 Subj. B. Austin 4 sub Isaac oven p. Nation j. We a Hill w. Down lain if we knew the right place we fear our a a hints so would not re Rafeedy the evil complained . Kavanaugh 1 sump Iori that will Dow. 8. Madaries d. Demott Subj. T. Kellam 1 Sab d. Bryan j. Moore Rte a Isaac Owen i0 subs. S. Baker 5 subs Rogers j. Zulara j. Reed . L. Gar Rit e. B. Chase 1 Subb. F. Sedwick 2 subs. Billings Geo. Smith 2 subset. Goblins a. Woolliscroft 3 subs. Switzer 3 subs hitch in 8 sub / i a. Lewis 3 subs cd. Campbe ii a. S. Elderkin a Hays a Clarke c. Ronco g. Churchill a Long 3 subs / we firm Mirits w. B. Mack Leonard t. Watkins Al sub. Postage not paid to. Of. Sargent Silas Leo 3 pubs no name postmarked a a a Pankonen to March 26,�?� g. W. Simco j. P. Downing k Trivitt j. M. Turner John Harris if you had paid the po6tjge, your request would he a a by Dewih order. Redmon 1 Allen a Sisson c. Babbitt Al sub Thos. A lies Edward Stevenson for ati6werto your inquiry see letter sent last week books forwarded during the week ending april 5. Owen 1 Box care James is Lowrey it. Vernon la. A. L. Auer son 1 Box care a Atkinson Henderson ky., w. C. Mcmahon 1 Box care . Tandy Lebanon set j. Raw land Louisville All per b. Warsaw. A aus tin 2 boxes care l Reynolds Columbus E. Yocum 1 Box car j. A. Amp a Johnson Massillon j l. White 1 Box care ving Ruffner at co. Baltimore To Orr 1 Box Chillicothe a ally a a re Mcdowl at Davis Portsmouth. Per a b. Troubadour. 1. Miller 1 i Crawford rim la., care j. Mccormick Lafayette per s. B. Ceres j. A t. Abernathy 2 Boxer Elkton ten. A Williams 1 Buxa a All care s. Seay Nashville j. Lane Bojt. Care j. A Yea map Nashville w. B. Mcferon 2 boxes care Al b. Vaughn Gallatin ten. A Canaan 3$fealhster so co. Nashville a Camp Bell 1 Box Trenton care Greenfield Clarksville ten e Cromwell a 1 Box Cate t fran re marrow Bonery a Gnu via Tribue Accortt a Ouist Ilby 8 by xes per a Dove. Goodings co. 1 Box a Milford w. Raper 1 Box care j. Reynolds and co. Urbana i both care Swain at a Demeritt do a a b. Dayton. A. Arbuse 1 Bax logans pert Cate it it a a r

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