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Western Christian Advocate (Newspaper) - November 26, 1841, Cincinnati, OhioPublished by j. F. Wright and l. Swormstedt Tor the methodist episcopal Church a. Elliott editor. Vol. . 31 Cincinnati Friday. Nov a a lsftfeip41. Book room jul Corner of Spain and eighth streets Cincin Titi o. K. P. Thompson pr1ntrr. A he Kwh then Christian advocate is a Ibl Islo a weekly on the following terms $2 00 in and i me or $2 60 within six months or 00 Al close a a the your in All cases. Subscriptions paid within one Wilh a her receiving the first number either to the publishers or to any of their authorized agents will be con Fije red in Advance. In any Case of discontinue ice the subscription Price o the Dost j the subscription Pew must be Paul with a a nears and postage of order. Communications designed solely Lor insertion should a addressed to the editors. Those on business or containing remittances should Lee addressed to j. R. W right Nul l. Swormstedt. The itinerant ministers and preachers of the Metho a so episcopal Church Are the duly authorized agents Jor the Western Christian advocate to whom payment Graf be made. Yge Uta having in Liand tend Tuart or More May remit a Ami at our risk taking care always to Send the Kirg a Iii most current of notes or Gizal drafts and to state to turbid us Tiina giving their games and Post offices Ifft nuances Are to be credited. In directing Dis Eoannu Pic Chi to a changes they should always be careful to give Tepost of face county and state As Well As the names of the subscribers correspondents and agents Are requested to write their pc Muniu Nicatie a is Ami make their remittances in one letter whenever practicable. A Niall sums not convenient to be remitted May be paid for us to any presiding elder. All biographies accounts of revivals and other matters involving facts must be accompanied with the proper names of the writers. All communications to the publishers or editor unless containing ten dollars or live new subscribers for the Western Christian advocate or an order Lor books must be Post paid. All subscribers will be understood As wishing to continue unless it is expressly stated otherwise. The ladies repository k n d of a t ii k Kings of t 11 k w St. Is published monthly at this Ohice containing thirty two pages super Royal Octavo Price $2,00 per annul invariably in Advance. No subscription received for less than one entire volume. Rom ins of mfr West Ken Christian advocate. For the Western Christian advocate. Preachers Relief society. Rim editor a for More than forty years 1 have been in the habit of receiving my appoint ment at conference to a circuit a District 01 station and then hastening with pleasure to my Field of labor never asking for an easy place nor refusing to go to a hard one. Hut now i have received an Agency to solicit donations Tor the 44 preachers Relief i fear 1 shall do a poor business but i suppose 1 must try. Some say 44 you will do Well Foi you have Vantage ground which can he occupied by yourself it is True i ant one of those who first brought salvation a Joyful sound to the log Cabins of the fathers and grand fathers of Many who Are now Blest by the liver of All Good and who Are abounding in wealth. Surely to these i shall not Appeal in vain. There Are already several Well qualified agents in the Field soliciting Aid for various institutions. There is Sehon it is Well known what he can Iio 1 Trust none will turn him away empty Lor a eng a Lvi m the Tihle cause. Then 4 by a u eve is no getting of Iron solicitations he hangs on to the last 1 is likewise g add is no one can get out of humor with him the cause of learning is Good and 1 Hope it will be liberally sustained. But our people should never forget the men who have worn themselves out in the work or the lonely widows a Pul helpless orphans of those who have died in tile cause. Those men counted not their lives dear unto them so that they might finish the ministry which they had received from the lord in testifying the gospel of the Grace of god. They were poor through life they Laid not up treasure on Earth yet made they Many Rich and arc noisome to whom this Appeal is made among those who have been benefited Jii a pecuniary Point of View through the instrumentality of those men 1 am visiting different places As rapidly As i can and i intend to preach As often As i Atn Able and to meet class As often As 1 shall get Opportunity for i should think i was backs Lidden from god if i did not love the class meeting. A i was thinking the other night that inhere than forty years spent in the itinerant Field my deficiency tit the disciplinary allowance amounted to about two thou Huttt sir Hundred dollars. Knowhow easy it would get for some fifty or a Hundred of the children and Graml children of those among whom i have Laboured these Many years preaching the gospel of the kingdom to unite and make up and hand me Over the sum. And what should 1 do with it buy a farm ? put it out on usury at 10? 12, 15, or 20 per cent.? no 110 1 would drop the interest and Deposit the principal in the funds of the preachers Relief society. This would doubtless be the Means of glad Dening the heart of some War worn Veteran or of drying the4"tear of some lonely widow when i shall he sleeping in the grave. I Trust none will turn me off quite empty. Only lend the lord a few dollars and he will pay you Good interest Yea a Hundred per cent. Yours in Christ James Quinn. P. S. Will you please publish the Constitution of the preachers Relief society of the Ohio conference a a q May exited to All the member of this conference their wives widows Aud children but if at any time the applicants for assistance cannot All be relieved by the available funds of the society the most pressing cases shall be first met and other tilings being equal members of the society who have contributed to its lands shall in such cases be preferred. Art. 10th. Shall the next or any subsequent general conference Divide the territory now included in the Ohio annual conference then and in such Case the Hinds of this society shall be divided according to the Daudier of preachers belonging to this society included in each division. Art. 11 la. This Constitution May be altered at any annual meeting of the society by a vote of Toto thirds of the members present. P. S. The following Are the officers and managers a James b. Finley pres Klent David Whit coins vice president a. B. Stroud Secretary a. O. Fin car treasurer. William Herr Isaac g. Hunter Arzy Brown David Young Jacob Young William h. Raper Andrew Carroll be. T. Webster George w. Walker. Pardon of their sins through the blood of Christ in three Days we held seven Public meetings besides the prayer meetings. Seventeen souls found their Savior and Twenty were receiver As probationers into the Church so that we now have a society there of thirty four members Yve took an affectionate leave of our Brethren with a Promise to visit them the 13th of this month again. You will dear Brethren re Mem her this newly formed society in your prayers that they May remain steadfast amid persecution which while 1 was yet with them manifested itself through throwing of stones. On the 27th and 28th of last month we held our quarterly meeting in this place. It was a great Blessing to us. Three souls were converted and one was received on probation. To god be All the glory a Yuho will say this is not the work of god what Christian heart will not rejoice at these results will the Good be objected to because god has made use it of the methodist Hureh to accomplish it 1 Hope not. Such bigotry would be unworthy of christianity. William h. Gilder. Hundred ate i us by a a hrs. What has from the Philadelphia repository. A trip to the . 1l in my former letter 1 confined myself Princi Pally to such facts As had fallen under my own observation. In this 1 will give partially the result of my inquiries hoping the subject will prove sufficiently interesting to secure the attention of All the readers of the repository. Those who follow me will 1 think be convinced that the establishment of these missions forms a new Era in the history of american methodism and should rejoice the heart of every True Follower of Christ. La addition to those that have already been named missions Are in operation in Pittsburgh Alleghany Wheeling Portsmouth and a number of other places in most of the Western slates. These Are All nourishing in some instances whole neighbourhoods have been gathered in and the work is spreading in every direction. But not without opposition. Infidelity rages and romanism persecutes. Violence has not Only been threatened but used and the lives of some of the missionaries have been placed in jeopardy. In Cincinnati a number of the converts have been to maoists and this has excited the anger of the priests. The work however goes on in despite of All opposition. Brother Nast 111 the letter already referred to says 44 at our Camp meeting we germans had our own preaching stand and seats for five Hundred people and two Long rows of German tents. Our Brethren from other missions even 150 Miles Distant came in wagons. There were it ight German preachers present. We received 011 probation at the Camp meeting eighteen and about ten experienced religion. Amono the penitents were two old men of sixty and seventy years. One of them came from a distance of sixty Miles upon the invitation of his set a who had Eipper Geneed religion a few months before. Jet 44uur society in Cincinnati has now about the doctrine of universalist dangerous. Universalism is a moral disease originating in the deepest depravity of the human heart dangerous to the safety of civil society and fatal to the eternal interests of men. 1st. It is dangerous to the safety of civil society and the doctrine that sin is punished in this life Only and that All men at death whatever May be their character or their crimes will enter into the glory and happiness of heaven is calculated to remove every vestige of the fear of god from the hearts of vicious men to banish his authority from the world to unchain the corrupted passions and appetites of Mankind and give them supreme control. A the Universal belief of this doctrine would Sunder All the bands that encircle civil society and fill the Earth with violence and blood. Every one knows that men Are not punished in this life proportionate to their sins if then the fear of future punishment be removed what will Sanction the oaths taken to support civil government and to execute Justice what will restrain the licentious passions of men in the dark recesses where no human Eye can see where 110 human Law can reach and 110 human Power can control ? in Ler such circumstances what could prevent the world from becoming a common Brothel who a Ould enjoy safety beyond the Power of his own Arm and what could prevent the Earth from being deluged with blood under the reign of atheism when the fear of future punishment was taken away did not France become a Brothel ? did any one enjoy safety beyond the Power of his own Arm and was not the and deluged with blood the fear of endless punishment the mighty pressure which god had Laid upon human depravity was removed the fountains of vice were let Loose they swelled until Stream met Stream and overwhelmed the nation in dreadful ruin. Universal sni As now propagated and Atli ism alike remove the fear of if Siivo punishment and in this Quot is pct alike pm god Constitution. 5 article 1st. This society shall be called the 44 preachers Relief society of the methodist episcopal Art. 2d. The officers of this society shall be a president a v ice president Secretary treasurer and nine managers who shall be elected annually by the society. Art. 3d. Every preacher of the t Hilt a annual conference paying one or More dollars annually shall be a member of this society. Art. 4th. It shall be the duty of the president and in Bis absence of the vice president or a president pro Tern at each annual conference to Call a meeting of the society preside at said meeting and the meetings of the Board Anil to perform such other duties As the Board May direct. Art. 5th. The Board of managers shall at each annual conference inquire into All the cases that May be presented to them for Relief and make Suty appropriations As they shall deem expedient according to their funds. Art. 6tb. It shall be the duty of the Secretary in keep a Book in which to record All the transactions of the society. X Art. 7th. It shall be the duty of the treasure to keep a faithful account of All moneys received Ami distribute and report annually to a society he shall not donate any Money vivit Mot an order from the managers signed by president or vice president i it subscriptions donations and it a safely funded and he interest he a printed by the Board of managers. Wui. The appropriations of the society god wrought three years ago i was the Only German missionary at the Ohio conference and at our last session there were six German preachers. We received two new preachers one a lutheran the other a presiding elder among the Albright and have transferred i will conclude this letter with two extracts from the 44 the first is part of an editorial the other is a communication from brother Koenecke at Marietta 44 the prejudices of our German countrymen Are giving Way More and More they begin to discover that we Only intend to explain to them the word of life and to Point them to the Savior. Facts also convince them that conversion does not merely consist in imagination but that it is i Power of god which effects a uniform change and that persons that formerly were the servants of satan and the lusts of this world now find their greatest Joy and happiness 111 the service of god and through his assistance to Lead a life Well pleasing to him. It is True i Uny wre pained at our Prosperity however the greater part of these Are Only Suchias lose their temporal gain through the conversion of their fellow men. In the front ranks of these Are the Catholic priest and whisky Sellers and notwithstanding their efforts in every possible Way by slander and makings to impede the Progress of this work they cannot retard it. The blessings of heaven Are everywhere Manifest souls Are daily converted and unite with us and the number of hearers increases every 44 dear brother Nast a by a request of our superintendent brother Callender 1 went some four months ago to a settlement near Chester and Nyesville Meigs county o. One of our German countrymen who for sometime has been in the habit of calling Bis neighbors together on the Sabbath Aud Reading sermons to them gave me a very cordial reception and i soon found him to be a seeker of salvation. He Lias Lor a year past taken the apologist through which he was constantly More and More enlightened on the subject of True christianity and which awakened in him a desire to become a possessor of the saving Grace of god. He had already gone through much deep penitence yet had not received the Assurance that he was a child of god. I preached Here two Days and Lound a number who loved the word of god and they obtained a Promise from me to visit them again. The above named Friend with one of his neighbors came to our quarterly meeting in Christman and returned Home with the Joyful tidings that the Savior had manifested himself to them As a sin pardoning god. Three weeks after new year i visited them again and found the two Brethren unitedly Labouring for the cause of god. The Power of god was manifested in our first meeting through the instantaneous Awakening and conversion of one soul. This made a deep impression upon the Assembly Many were awakened and before my departure i received twelve persons As probationers into our Church. As i related the Good result of my visit to my Brethren when i returned they much rejoiced Over it and five of our members among whom was a licensed preacher resolved to accompany me i my next visit. On he 20th of february we came to brother Geyer a to whom 1 had Given License to exhort and found the Little band notwithstanding their Strong persecution United together in love. And How powerful was the gospel manifested on this occasion As the Power of god unto salvation soon two of the greatest persecutors were so affected that they were induced to unite themselves with the persecuted determined not to rest until they obtained the Tukaj away the pressure the Hole number 3�6 salvation of men consequently the pre v Alee the Conre h�?~chaltoe.? and know the we Ole a is ii Tate for my servant , and my vervant of Universal sni would Stop the Progress Christian enterprise., and leave the world to slumber in sin until it should Wake up in he 10 lament the Harvest past Ami the summer ended a Rankin s remedy for Universal sni o Lafof turn Law of mortality.�?148,701 cases disease have been grouped into certain classes o malady readily recognizable. The number o males who died were 75,159 the females 73, 542. The deaths by epidemic diseases which in All countries Are among the most numerous amounted to 32,537 males suffered rather More by these than females smallpox croup Thrush diarrhoea dysentery and cholera affecting the former most while influenza Aud hooping Tough Cut off most of the latter typhus scar Latina Erysipelas Anil measles of tested both sexes equally. In 1000 of both sexes rather More than four died of epidemic maladies but three out of tic four were children who punished o the various eruptive few err. A Mal 1-Pox�de Troy eff measles 4732 hooping cough 3044 and scar Latina 2520. The reigning Mala lies were stall pox and typhus the enormous proportions of death in one half year for the former malady is we think rightly attributable to the carelessness about vaccination which operation among the poor is always postponed and sometimes sine die. T of diseases of the nervous system there were 21,852, or 15 per a ent. Of the whole registered. Three in 1000 iving perish annually of this class of maladies More females suffering from them than males. Pop lexis attack the males More frequently than the females. Twenty seven per cent of All deaths Are aused by diseases of the respiratory system. And Here these miserable maladies attack both sexes alike so that five out of 1000 living perish manually and of those five four Are from com a option though Here females Are rather More subject to it than males. Four in 1000 births ire fatal to the mothers. The contrast Between the mortality of town and country is very strik has compared the mortality of about seven a ill ions of persons one half of whom Are located in towns the other half in counties. The concentration of the population u cities doubles the deaths from the epidemic diseases and those of the nervous system. In counties compared with cities the deaths by convulsions ate As one to three nearly so also Gay water on the brain acute diseases of the Ungs Are in counties As compared to cities As one to 25 nearly. The deaths from consumption Are increased thirty nine per cent. Those rom childbirth seventy one per rom typhus two Hundred and Twenty one per ent. In cities As compared with the counties. Why is it thus Are cities then necessarily the Graves of our race As Sussmilch called them or can. The conditions of their inhabitants be ameliorated or. Farr ascribes the mortality to the Insa Lubritz of the air in populous towns. No doubt this is if not the sole still a very marked cause of the sad superiority of Leath in cities but there is the moral cause rile Tel pah in o vice Auff indulgence w Learnt at the first admission and profane jests Hyrum and for them alone fid let my servant will come without calling. If in the troublesome Joseph Narry at Home for he is needed the reday of King Edward the fourth a citizen in minder i will show unto you hereafter even so cheap Eide was executed As a traitor Jar saying j Aten a he would make his son heir to the Crown though he Only meant his own House having a Crown bar ism its were not a little1 Foi it the sign More dangerous it us to wit wan too amazed by an advertisement in a Boston Paihr it with the majesty of god. A therefore if which we chanced thread the other Day we without thine intention against thy will by could"4hardly credit our eyes As we read and Chance Medley thou hit tast tie scripture in or read again in glaring capitals the announcement diary discourse yet fit to the trite of Refuge of a Modem invention auxiliary to the and mints and Pray to god to forgive thee to ratio of baptism we could not but ask Are. Wanton jests make fools laugh Aud Wise these the men who. Deny Baptis to by effusion and men frown. Seeing we Are civilized English sprinkling Are these the men who aim the men let us not be naked Savages in our talk a apostolic Mode who follow the Savior Down. Such Rotten speeches Are worst in withered age the Banks of Jordan and the Edmuch Fato the when men run after Thal Siu in their words which Waters of Enon Are Fiese the men Tebo Ridi Flieth from them in the deed. Cule a or for a a baby sprinkling a and improve us let not Why jests like Mummy be made of for 44 popish superstition a 44 Happy is he that dead menus flesh. Abuse not any Cliart Are be condemn Neil not himself in that which he Kilow parted for to wrong their mesh comes is to Robeth their ghosts of their wimp aug wheels 1 Reader my advertisement announced a scoff not a i the defects of we nil of a a a Are not in their Power to Amend. 0? it is cruelty a India rubber baptismal Vistrand to beat a cripple with his own crutches. Neither be could not but ask ourselves if these were flout any for his profession if honest though appendages of apostolic baptism was our Oor and painful. Mock Nota Cobbler for his Savior sheeted in India rubber when he was Flack thumbs. Baptized in Jordan had the eunuch a dress a he that relates another Many a wicked jest with of this kind provided against the expected Neces Delight adopts it for his own. Purge them Misity of its use when he left Ethiopia Yves therefore from their Poison. If the profane Ness there some Large establishment in Jerusalem with May be severed from the wit it is like a lain Ian indefinite number of suits on hand so that 3rey takeout the sting in the by Elk it May the 3000 on the Day of Pentecost were a com Nake Good meat. But if the Staple conceit con a notated at the shortest notice we Are led to Sissin profane Ness then it is a Viper All Poison inquire again whether men Are 44 buried in and meddle not with it. Dresses of India rubber Yve could not but re he that will lose his Friend for a jest deserves i Mark upon the apparent dread of water by our to die a beggar by the bargain. Yet some think Baptist Brethren whose bodies sheeted in rubber their conceits like Mustard not Good except they i could hardly be touched by the liquid element bite. I we thought also their opinions upon the import Ance of the Quantity of water in baptism were anecdote of Mehemet Short time my approx Quot Quot a it a a to our own inasmuch As since a Young Man had been sent Over to obtain 1 Vav Quot to ,vva8.e x 1 As l0llc a the other. I a i us i. R Jive asked again if this new invention did not a knowledge of engineering. Whilst resident 4 6 p. Originate irom ase Seoi ind Licay of baptism by immersion or from the exposure of health to which it subjected the candidates there was no end to our ruminations on so grave a subject but 44the conclusion of the this that they who baptize it Ere his mind became enlightened and he was de to embrace the Christian Faith. On his return to Alexandria he made no scruple of vowing his new sentiments although he was surrounded by a Host of persecutors those per f5, sons however one Day brought him before me a a a by Quot Lcy a us apr Quot a i 41. it w. u i ll.,e,r candidates in dresses of India rubber should either produce apostolic example or cease to re proach their fellow christians for their conscientious practice of the same journal. A tinny depravity. Ian the former become As prevalent in tie world As the latter did in Fri nce and the results will he similar the vicious passions of men relieved from restraint a diff kindle Anil Burn As fires of hell until fire shall meet fire and envelop the world in one unbroken flame and ruin Universal shall sweep Over the face of creation. If human depravity notwithstanding the awful harrier god has set up against it often Breaks out in dreadful deeds of licentiousness violence and blood what would it not do if this Barrier were taken away the fear of endless punishment accompanies the villain in his darkest Retreat and with Inore than Mill Stone weight upon his con science when planning his deeds of violence and often deters him from executing his purposes. Of blood. And sometimes when the horrid deed is done it exports confession and brings the wretch to Justice. The fear of future punishment is our Principa guard against private injuries. Yuho would not turn Pale at witnessing its entire removal from the world ? thoughtless or desperate must he the Man who attempts to erase this Strong foundation of Security. 2d. Universalism is fatal to the eternal interests of men. It naturally tends to release efforts to obtain the salvation god has provided. If there he no future punishment if All will at death he admitted to heaven irrespective of either their character or their crimes there is no need of efforts Saint and sinner Are alike Safe alike heirs of heaven. There is 110 Strait Gate there is 110 narrow Way leading unto life. Broad is the Way that leads to life. Yvi10 will make Effort when there is 110 need who will choose a Strait Gate when he May have a wide one opening to heaven ? what traveler to Zion above will prefer a narrow and difficult Way when he May have one that is Broad Aud easy if the righteous and the wicked Are alike admitted to heaven the sinner has 110 need to labor for himself christians have no need to labor for him nor is there any need to Send the to the Heathen. It must be obvious that the doctrine of Universal salvation renders useless All efforts to promote the salvation of ourselves or others. The doctrine of future punishment is a principal Means of Awakening careless sinners and bringing them to the Savior for salvation but if there be no such punishment from what does a sinner need to he saved what could he mean by asking salvation saved from sin do you say a that harm will sin do him if 110 future punishment Why save him from the thing he loves if it will not destroy him ? the doctrine of endless punish ment awakens and alarms the sinner and urges him to Fly from the Wrath to come hut the doctrine of Universal salvation allays his fears and gives him rest in his sins and lulls him asleep while floating on the rapid Stream of time to the Gulf of endless perdition and thus becomes fatal to his eternal interests. The doctrine of endless punishment is not Only a Means of Awakening the sinner but of sanctifying the Christian. It tends to arouse him from carelessness to Lead him to self sex in nation and urge him to greater Diligence in running the Christian race. It also stimulates him to labor More earnestly for the salvation of his children his relations and the world Quot at Large. It is extensively a source of benevolent action and this Ever tends to Sanctify the heart. Why so much Christian Enterprise Why so Ninny benevolent societies Why so Many missionaries crowding to Heathen lands to endure privation suffering and toil a world by sin Lis exposed to Eter tial sorrows and Benevolence prompts to its Relief. The fact Chat sinners Are exposed to endless punishment arouses the whole Christian world to action and prompts to every benevolent Effort for the of so Rife in Rural As in Urban districts mud or influence is quite As great As that of ill ventilated dwellings and ill paved sunless streets. A there is no reason a save or. Farr 44 Why health should be impaired by residence in one More than in one Hundred Miles Square if Means can he devised Foi supplying the 200,000 individuals located in the former place daily with the requisite Quantity of pure air and for removing the principal sources of poisonous review. Roman Catholic Bishops is. American free following 44 elegant extract a from the 44 foreign correspondence of the roman Catholic Bishop of Ohio is of some interest in connection with the school question How before the people of new York. We Hope it will be widely circulated and remembered a letter of the most worthy Bishop of Cincinnati John Baptist Purcell to his princely Grace the archbishop of Vienna. A Cincinnati. Jan. 31, 1836. 44 now above Quot a Milli Rofot inhabitants among whom Are numerous germans both catholics Aud protestants and by daily emigration their numbers Are every Day increasing. The numberless sectarians of the innumerable various sects select the Landing places for their churches. Our Catholic Brethren Are thus on their first stepping foot upon the soil of Ohio fallen upon by these wolves who harass and tease them with the usual arguments of error and with flattering Friendship tempt them to deny their divine Faith. Protestant emissaries also traverse every Corner of the land scattering lying stories of every kind against catholics and their holy institutions. Besides tht3, the lutherans and calvinists have Many Well endowed seminaries and what is still worse innumerable free schools in which the youth of both sexes have put into their hands tracts on politics religion history &c., whereby their tender minds Are prejudiced against the catholics so that the scarcely lisping child learns excellently Well his whole Rei Ion a a a Rivich consists in this that catholics Are men who must be hated and persecuted. In this City alone a Riis year were erected Twenty five colossal buildings called free schools in which gratuitous instruction is Given it was a capital plan for protestants but oppressive to catholics. The former place their last Hope for the spread of their error in the education of youth which is doubtless a Well founded principle and in the not altogether mistaken Hope that the poorer catholics of whom there Are so Many Here will Send their children to these free schools. Then would they Triumph Over these innocent Little ones. A they beg for Catholic schools and Catholic teachers. Who of our Brethren on this Side of the water will not he touched by their prayers and sighs and contribute to remove this evil a the above needs no comment for the enlightened 44 wolves who read it can make their own application. The idea that our religion consists in hating and persecuting catholics is to compliment to the head or heart of Bishop Purcell Whoso lettering be found �11 the report of the Leopold foundation for 1837. The Homan Catholic religion find spirit in new York is the same As it is in Ohio where it prevails there is Jesuit ism where there is Jesuit ism there is papacy where the latter is dominant there is mental and spiritual York evangelist. A. I a a Emet Ali saying 44 Yve beg to bring a Case before your highness in which you will he called on to act As supreme judge this Man was a Maho Medan by birth and Faith he was sent to England where he abandoned his own re Ilion and embraced that of the christians ind therefore by our Law he ought to die All i Friendship with com. Lat is necessary is to enter into a judicial course Nerce who god agreeable to the Tenor of that of inquiry to bring Forward facts and to Stab Uear be Anc covenant struck with him How pleas ish and authenticate them and then if the ant Ani delightful is it to be a Friend of god Case be proved it remains with your highness an associate of the most High a Domestic no to enforce the penalties of the Yvell More a stranger a foreigner but of his own the Case was gone through the facts were All household. To live wholly upon the plentiful proved till at length the Young Man was asked provisions and under the Happy order and gov y Mehemet Ali 44 have you embraced Chris Crement of his family. To have a heart to seek Tia nity a the Young Man got up and with an from him and Lay out All for him. How in intrepidity which a consciousness of being a Reat the pleasure of Trust of living free from right Umpire j and to tits the Grace of a of care that of any thing hut How Toi Fease which when it finds its Way to the heart always to tier him in m cheerful unsold Icilus depend Eti Ables a Man to face his greatest enemies said Deuce expecting from him our daily bread be-441 am a the next question pull eng he will not let our souls Amish of know by Mehemet Ali was 44 Why did you embrace that while they hunger and thirst after christianity a when he made this Noble re-1 righteousness they shall be filled that they shall ply 44 do you ask me Why 1 embraced Chris-1 be sustained with the bread and Waters of life Tia nity my reason is this i embraced it be a at when they hunger he will feed them with cause i believe it to be his enemies hidden manna and with the fruits that grow on around him then said 44 what need have we Oil die tree of life in the midst of the Paradise of further argument he has acknowledged his cd that when they thirst he will give water guilt nothing remains now but that your High-1an l a a milk and Honey without Money Ami Ness should particularized the me-1 without Price. Hemet Ali said All the circumstances that have and for the body not to doubt hut he that been brought Forward have been clearly Stab needs Ravens and clothes lilies will feed and listed but with respect to this Young Man 11 clothe then. To be so taken up in. Seeking his beg leave to state that i know him Well he was fun Dom and righteousness As freely to leave it sent to England to learn engineering he Learnt Ito him to add the other things As he sees fit to that science he came Back again has been take no thought for to Morrow to have a heart employed in that service and has proved him Learned herein according to divine Precept not self a valuable member of society 1 find him t0 to encumbered or kept in an anxious still in that place where i employed him. It by the thoughts and fears of what May fall out appears that he has changed his religion but 1 by which Many suffer the same affliction a do not find that in doing so he has acted Iron i thous nyl times Over which god Zouki have any unworthy motive he continues to perform i1 him suffer but once a firm repose on the Good his duties satisfactorily and with reference to iness Providence and its sure and never erring his change in religion i shall leave him to set-1 w8d�m a steady persuasion that our heavenly tie that matter Between god and his own con Al or knows what we have need of and what that Young Man is now going about a fittest for us to want to suffer or enjoy the streets of Alexandria a Noble Monument of Bow delightful a life do these make Howe. The liberality of Mehemet East India Telegraph. J piety in Church ungodly choirs of singers in the Church is Quot a Barrier Are still commune 10 be Progress of the gospel. Singing is a vey de to the arc i inventor of this Frame work of my a Mant part divine worship. It is either adoration confession deprecation intercession Upp cation or giving of thanks and should therefore be conducted by pious persons who a using with the spirit and with the understand rated iniquity Joe Smith. The following extract is a fair specimen of their character 44 and again verily i say unto you let my servant William be appointed ordained and old owing advice is from an Olff eng Lofell author v n jest no with the two edged sword of gods word. Will nothing please thee to Wash thy hands in but the font or to drink Healths in but anointed As a Counselor unto my servant Joseph i a of a a n christians would not think it right in the room of my servant Hyrum that myl run a y men to engage in Public prayer in servant Hyrum May take the office of Priesthood 11. E a Anctil Ajoy of god but would be greatly and patriarch which was appointed unto him by i ,10cj Elt w 81 an propriety and yet there his father by Blessing and also by right that from i w0u 5ellu� lore impropriety in that than for henceforth he shall hold the keys of the Patri an u9�ot�?oy choir to Lead the singing of Public arc fial blessings upon the Heads of All my people y0,1? or in both cases the holy god is to be that we Soever he blesses shall be blessed and 1 dressed and worshipped. Far too Little Atten whoever he cur Seth shall he cursed that what-1 is p Lul a 8ubj�ct�n every Section of tie Soever he shall Loose on Earth shall he loosed inf a if Tany our places of revelator Joseph Tuai 11c May Aci 111 concert Aiso with my servant Joseph and that he shall receive counsel from my servant Joseph who shall show unto him the keys whereby he May ask and receive ser heaven and from this time Forth 1 appoint unto i a p 1en a Al Heing is to be praised before him that he May be Prophet and a seer and a. Fng ave a their laces we have no Devo Loru Tomy Church As Well As my servant i 8oiging, but a grand performance of sundry 1, that he May act in concert also with try vain and Giddy Young people who Praise god with their lips whilst their hearts Are far irom him. Their spirit gestures and., .di>utc,/ene.r. F a Lav or 148 we 38 much of their music and be crowned with the same blessings. 1 a 1 it or and with the opera than crowd upon his head the Bishopric and bless f by Useo Ltd and yet strange to say Many Ings and glory and Honor and Priesthood and a or the a valuable s gifts of the Priesthood that once were put unto 68 him that was Iny servant of ver co Derry that my servant Hyrum May Bear record of the lowly in was in Tho things which i shall show unto him that his the Type of All other and less mfg hts Pevoto name May be had m honorable remembrance Lions the Grain of Mustard seed was in inc irom generation to generation for Everand Ever hearts of the lowly. And the huts of Noverto let my servant William Law also receive the and labor the vast Stream which afterwards keys by which he May ask and receive blessings poured its Broad Waters beside the cities and let him be Humble before me and he without palaces of Earth took its neglected source guile and he shall receive my spirit even the comforter which shall Manifest unto him the gentility is neither in birth wealth Maimer Truiti of All things and shall give him in the very nor fashion but in mind. A High sense of a. these signs shall Honor a determination never to take follow him he shall heal the sick he shall cast advantage of another an adherence to truth 0mt a Hall be delivered from those who delicacy and politeness towards those with would admin ter unto him deadly Poison and whom we have dealings Are the essential Chat Snail of led in paths where the poisonous ser last Ristics of a gentleman. Ent cannot Lay hold upon Heel and he shall a a a mount up As upon eagles wings and what Iff assuming the temperature of the Interior of u i 0 a Rase the dead let him not the Earth to increase uniformly As we descend withhold his voice. A therefore Lei my servant at of one degree in 46 foe oat Thedy it i William cry aloud and of for re hot wig of Joy and of.60 Miles Irwilda Motiu to48ot0qfe Trees rejoicing Raff to him that sit Teth fahrenheit a a tfx Grey of heat sufficient to Foy a upon the throne for Ever and for Ever Saith the known substances. Tord your god. J 44 behold i say unto you i have a Mission to err is human to forgive divine

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