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for the Preebyterinn Banner:
,we too many Ministers ?
his strange question is brought before
the Preibyterian Church, in such a.form as
to attract attention. It is the subject/of nn
article in the, Princeton Review, a reprint
of whieb jaw been circulated.from the office
of the ; .130.c.i.d' of Education. The design
of the IkrAele, and its general bearing, are
unqmstio.nably good. Yet, it may be doubt
ed whether the views it presents , are quite
,accdrdgnt ,with the. condition df things in.
do t Qhurch ; and still more, , Whether
diPsulties are ,assigned to. theii proper
cause.; and most °telt,: whether. remedies
i l soommended are praoticiable f or adapted to
Le ease. . •
It appears thatithe-luestion has been
raised, As a prudetillial , 'one, by members of
the Church tvhoqtavolleen libertd . contrib
utors to the EdOcatiqn cause. They have
noticed two facts, Slid have thence inferred
that, there' is a rodund,ant supply of , minis
ters in, theCharoh':•l. That a considerable
number, of ,our ministers are without a pas
toral, charge., 2., That when: an
congregation •becomesivacant; many minis
ters offer their•servibes, thereby indicating
their desire, to be employed: Either of
these. facts, amd , .especially both taken in
COUneXiOn,twereauffloient to raise the ques
tion, " IlaVe.we too many ministers?" ' a
question which is closely connected. with
both the Education and the Missionary
work. They are not,' however; sufficient
of themselves; to warrant4siugivingit an
affirmative ausweri or...itr4ithdraw,iiig or
diminishing our, contributions to the Edu
cation cause, • If led by Christian concisra
for thoserwhe have no religious ordinances,
we address • , the unemployed with the in••
quiry,• ;Why stand,ye here, all the day,idle ?
and they, should. answer, Because no con
gregation bath called us, the replrwould
be altogether pertinent. Bstit vapid, snot
be.either peitineat; or just fell. , other'pkities
to allege, that our asking' the question' im
plied a supposition that the Holy Spirit
had called , too many men into the work
. of
the mioiwy. 'lt can scarcely be iiiten4d,
by the author of the article in' the 'Prate
-
tom Manz: that such a 'suppissitien ever
entered the %Inds' of those whose viewri he
opposes.' And yet, it is remarkable, Whet
prominence and repetition this idea has in
his , article. Quite 'afi' logical would it be,
to slain:L.-that's, sorrowful reference to nine
httnerSd'boigregations destitute of pesters,
implied'aidtpposition that the Holy Spirit
bad caileittdOirtipbeoPte into the Church.,
The facts Abie fidtS• Ilan; *oberthe3r ,
be illcigicallyused in'erguments, the
Aide orlhe other of this imPortant 'discus
sion. If there in fetht, : rihiell is
.admit
ted, a- large number of' mitiiiiters unem
ployed, and they are. Are 40 will ng : to:.
Tabor in the Church, 'it scarcely Seeks
agnate with the comman4 or with
comition prudence, to '- go oh ficreakiingtheir
number, unless proportionate eforts are
made at the same time for 'Securing their
employment. Nor ie enough see*,
this result, to point'themio the Millions - 0
people who 'Hare iiorib,to break to them
.00 1
bread of life. ildoi shall`they preanheir: . :
cept they be sent'? Tliiiire'theystandOktile,,
willing, ready, sayieg l ,Send us; &scour-,
aged to find their . lather th - fin,
their' facilities increasing,
year t ;_Neitiltria,o taufficrient.lto
semp,s i libpral
,contributions to the Educe!:
tionior, hg it theldissionary cause it to depict,
46 . nelosIntpue. condition of the world; .as,
19pg as. a 'lapse nnuiber of minieters 'are nn-•
Tap i ingly idle, and . silent l in the, ellitrelt,;
he piciture AS gloomy inlieed; but the,
view pf its tchs4u4Ply Astute is rendered.
the, less clear asd,tbe less effective, •by the,
Urge group oA c ,,the . unocoupied figures the*.
fi!l.up .44 tiregrottud, , The true, .way to;
secnre:whi. reiOnrcemen to to the minis
try to
. ogiploy, those already in
Whilq thie,tc xiotilOnei..the ! considerate. and..
conscientious, liberality ,the ,Chureh • map
e,xpeobed i to pansei.nite t ,contributionste;
#Anoition canoe.. ,Biemove that difft-...
caXty,,naild:,btbe One& ask: both:the Mis
sionarrazitt,ttie ,E,ducation ri r ite.rest are, pro 4.•
motied e
, waste r Of Mie: wONidnand, , the
umtfitil , Of thOdifilifi of 'the:Church utterly.
Priftiyide tho i , Wear, that,there, are. too many.;
mlßistars. .The, apprehension of ;A super- ,
finity of laboteteisip..new,dear;.if , it' really!
esietist; all ; Th 11000,402 the Lord .calls] . .
he„ caliq :not .to the offrgi. onfy; but to itt
useful labc,irep But we beveithe•fact before.
our eyes„ tit* there are. mapyrin the min
istry who : ere:mot in the, work— m iner' who,
for aught.thet : appears to the contrary, are
as competent • and , to willing, tel labor as
those ;who, are aotiveki.‘engapdb!, 4.hith
erto . hopeful, andi prstressive .liberality
pauses, at this sad •sight,. and invites, .are
we wisely directing our,;oontributions to
the increase of the ministry, ralready en
cnmbered with so many: supernumeraries]
The tendency of this inquiry.. on,the.inter
oats of. the Church, renders it too important .
to be neglected; and ihe evidept•consoieu- •
tiouriness of it , to say nothing of its ;seem
ing pertinency, claims for it a considers,
tion, serious and, at least, void of unohar-•
itable implications. The existing condition
of affairs bodes'i'njurious consequence to
the Church, unless • it. • can' •be obviated,
wheAllor,„there be too, -many. ministers, or
whet i llpr ,there only seems to he. The sup
prombes yeduudancy, though erroneous,
would I , o* t the same unhappy- Jesuits •as
the reality,).nsy, worse, would doom the
o:intob. to a pyrmanent deficiency, denied.
in
. the supposition; that we have already. 0.4
abundance. ..•
Considering the „obligations resting on,
Gbdis people, ain't* needy condition of,
the'w'osltd, it can Sanely bo imagined that
any intelligent Christian will say that the
Church, thdugh she'hds done liberally, has
done too much, or contributed ton freely,
lot:: the ad' aneement eil 4 Christianity.
Whether her efforts haieVltieen 'wisely
directed or proportioned, niityibb matter
of doubt. Indeed, I apprehend , thatlit 'iS'
ve it, of proportion, as much•rasi , watitnof
that lays our contributions•open to ,
Itithe means of sustairringment
_
in , the'reidietry be employed ,for &ringing ,
them„intoit, ) there is an errorroLpropor ,
tinn, v4943:flay he as disastrous to, the in
tarots of, zeligton,as.a deficiency ,in either •
department _;• and,it may boas real, a (liver
slip of funds ! liom.l.heir proper design- as •
1f,,,9 1 9,Y were appyopriated to any other
411)1
P t i. .4e,' , ~- .4. i , .
ifQ) t h erefore, accordinc , to the, rep
?, v , ~ • • - • e , VI
resep anon, 9f the g.eview„ . liheral cortrAu
torS.ift'thp,,Eduedien pause have indlicated
a, putpotie „to withdraw or dbninish ;their.
contributions to that interest; we bitibtit
think eery/ill fail to 'turn them into the
iVilssiMitifj:treasnry, ti; restore thinis,,,,,t,o
what theop:dgern their ,true proportiouS i ; ,
both,,thestaanteyests-being mediate and auor
iliary to: Gtodiolgreat end and idesign.) As
I ItateNSaid;,:it'can hardly with justice b
111144 diitt . they think God, has called tOP
,
many men into the tutemtry ; so, 1 addithe
writer of' that article cannot seriously mean
to charge those who hive been liberal sup ;
porters of candidates, for the rninistr,,
wiih' a Wish ; ‘‘',.to stop the supplies of thy : „
Tigard of gdnoation, and tootturn ,our : Then-.
logical Seminaries into , mapiufactories and:
arsenals t " , 'or with the impious' prayer,
“Stay thy hand, 0 Lord, we have already`
13/o*elPrtiqffr,lhatt we kn4w"whet to dm
with! he etreiteli.Of thefte.expressioos
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doee-mot infuse. itself into 'the 'argument . of
! The. writer
Nor:dtiescit, sustain the'cause.
the. writer trAly says, " each. man must ex
ercise hii own . judgment
,and his own
•ChcriiieT"sind the churches need have no
fearl , of being-'pestered• much less disti
pli ned. into giving - to sap cause , which their
reaspn. and conscience., dO. , not •If
it be made to appear that we have noP too
'many ministers, whibh it, is riot hard to do,
otti•Clitiatian people, as- ateivardiedf"Gkid,
will~notmithholdi.their costributiotts:
CORgESPONBBNOB.
,The „Imperial, Speech— The Emperor? s Wisdom—His
Difficulty in Italy—Prance and Amer:ica—The
Pacific' Counsels of die English Cabinet—rhs
• Colliery - Accident Affeeting - :Details— The
, Funeral Day—The. Southern " qoprtivrioners"
Hr. Yancy and Aia Exposure—The Pope and
.Antonelli say ....Non• .Possumus"t—Treaehery to
Truth-271. Nets School of Theology—Act Of
Uniformity-Signs of Ultimati dissolution of the
Anglican Chursh—Nonconforinists and 1662-:.=
Presbyterians the, True Successors of the " Effect
ed"—Curates Starved and Bishops Pampered, ,
" LONDON 'Jan. 81, 1862.:
Li
THE EMPEROR OF THE FRENCH has
opened the Legislative' Chambers with a
BP 6 4 F (th mock_ pacific anft;satisfacitory its
character. He referred to the
• Inippy and'
conailiatory iesnits of .
of' the
Xing' of Prussia toPa 'no doubt it
has had a tranquilizing 'affect on 'the Ger
mans.. ,Napoleon the•4l‘. differs ;from ,Na-;
poleon f. , in that even,whiie,l3e.is very see-'•
(Ante and generally endive to his reaolve,',
yet that' he doe's riot dat forkine atidlatei
to the 'last extreinity, idid iii 'Wise eruiiigh
to, withdraw from positionsrailith- Would:
involve his destruction. ; ~: T htiChe has giv
en up sine die (though 'not...pecessarily nev
er to ix, attempted, rather thea. that NS
dynasty': should come' to grilif,)* be has,:l
say, given up the idea'rof invasion - 6f
Biiglan,d_for the present. :.,Puithermore tie
has pat Away among his papaw charts'-and
plans for a campaign. nu; Anal
..over, the
And in. matters , 'fiiarioial; be hes
sibwer ifingUlar self-ebniiiiihin and
•sensil In- honestly confestilag -that Ad;
had .I),en a great and irapid Aideline inAthe
resources of the State, tha t he .himself by
his authorizations had contributed to it,
aiidtgat hencefork the Legislature should
contiol; the finances (whit' spiCial excep
tions) Ala in a word; that : .no .more 'debt
should be-contracted - .-- Nor is it to be for
gotten tliat'3l: Fould' occupies the post of
Finance Xinister. against) 't‘h Lwish of sev
eral of theutber ;M,liiisterS'of State, Couits
Peritiger aud , Widewsliilinelnded. "
'As to Italy); ithe Emperor 'uses. langit*
Which indicateslow handl:Alias :beeti-bY
the obstinacy, of the' Pope . 'ind Oitididari4
evert While' , he holds- &Alt/ Piogininnr;
and desires .- 11 1 have-recognized the king
dom of 'ltaly With , the. fitiii intention''Of
camtributing.by sympathetic and disiritii=
sited counsels. to conciliatkittivo causes, 'the
antagonism of which evertwheierrtroulifiii
minds and : consciences."'• •It is • dicididtlik
see any other. solver of this 431:ordial
than the sword. The Pope 'will not' yield
voluntarily. • ' • •••
Am.zwicA, AND
,PIADIC,E,, theix J•els4,
thins for the futire; • lieve of late s iieen s iuneh
liefdie - , the '011,40,1: world of r ;4,1099,
There
p aeems no doutit, whatever iliat„the
iiiiterings.in.iimsY,Pairts.of trance, and, the
gr,eat : suinei recpitred for the relief. of the,
iiiieniPloyed tad greatly. agitated .the
periti,.!ind that he, w as de,etrous to jpin.t.,4
British
Cabinet in remon strances with. rerep
er of to the' hpricidde - of,Sll . 4intli-,.,
s eqtally,leertitii that i t,W.t!it„isb:-CalipAct
has not lod:sinY NIA
Oiikt it has' endorsed the ,?pjpgigs :of She
great mass di' the natiOii . ,*l !declining ,AO
tiilie•aey step such as was su ggested. , 44F1 .
oqe limit of thie, as well ag ,
, f,ol?er.Te-.
is' seen. the folio
the Imperial epreeh i•
" The civil war which
_.:claiplates,Ame*
en, has
,come, to «imprint* grayely..lonr
commercial interests. .:114weiver, • as .. i leug
as the rights otneutrils Are ~respeoted,,we
must. confine uursethes, Agl wishes that,these
ai*nfiicmi 09ail0!"
A-Cora:tsar
to iin the postseripVorlity'ltiat letter, ion
tinuetinos exolte the.tktmitiit.latheiltittcon
throughout the -ciouritryi', ll 2l9 men' and
boys.periahed i and the-seetied of' ageniiiii
grief in Connexion , With the' desolation of
wives; ke,,' of the:dead; hav'e been
harrowitigt'beyond description.
,It now
clearly-appears that: there Was a OeMdlietl4
ble leaven of true piety among .the
Who were thus•suddonly faken awity;aiitt
that previous to their deaths"' in the,pitt :
prayers were -offered, Chriiittivite preach
r. ,
and poosinners had time to loek fail' ,
cy from:the Merciful Itedeempi:.. o the
body !of one of the . foremen'.wfiti fotindii
memorandum written in penoil thus
day afternooni'• half. pitst` , . Ediraidi
Armstrong,Thomas• Glediterio, John Rr-°
dy, and' others, taken extremely ill: we'
had also a prayer-meeting at`li quarter' t
two, when Tibbs,- Henry, •'Shilip, SrAi."., •
(This sentence id ingtohplefe9 • "Tibli s i .
exhorted us again;"' (underlined by the
waiter:) • !It was on the night! cif.the dap'
,when this' prayer-nieetiiagwiime held, that
death seems—through poisonous gases—ter
have'numbered all his victinni: Peor boys
had crept Into ;their fathers'. bosoms, and
thus''eve:looked, they were•discovered stiff
and cold.
Th& excellent Bishop of Dtirliani who
hae!been indefatigable in the cohicilition . of
'the Mourning, said at a Relief 'tneetibg at
lieWmistle-on-Tyne,(where fain I,lfaiisaiid•
pounds -was raised;) that he had rid'dOubi''
many of thef.men were true Chriiitians.•
The Primitive Methodiat ministry is*Pica-:
Harty , itdaptettlO the mining popnratioht,.
and seems.to have4accomplished a gracious . :
work among' the' men who have perished:'
The funeral was a. thrilling scene. Sexed
coffins were taken' , otit'ef One •house—a
ther and six Bala: Onn °their be:sides the
victims was buried on the'fitheitil
was the wife of 'ate of the letit'ined, whom
he had left lying in the last 7 itake s .df con- .
sumption. The news. inkiebed'iliettlint he
wag gohe; she langandieViad' l die# J '
was :intdtred beside':ll4lliishand. : '"Tbei . e
Were • six thousand.' persoia "'the
fuheial:,' and in an iintiortitn l t.ishisalft;*4'
be 'said that the whole "natibn, the .
Queen an chief mourner, was there is heart.'
(kir beloved , Sovereign wrote a akin: chin''
ideletter to the 'poor widows—thtrWitdii?g•
pf which, greatly comforted thenr,
Bent !two hundred pounds, declariiigithat
her awn misery—only -made her feel the
more deeply for thrn .
The lack of tivo sL.fts in each pit, com
mon all over: the. ngi llg me i nti!se r yonntbe
evasion of . this, hp 4 gq,;414.4 ,the,Gorpra
m.Sol3. alirfkatiY l t4i9 40Rfactc9Plzd legisr
. ukee pke e 94::
. TiIF. I'aVNT had arrived at'Southampton,',
with 'Messrs. Slidell , and klVlttiOn on hoard. -
Thole was-a crowd asSeinbledlii , sic thein;
but , &ere was no' dreintibnetration of any
kind, Our press had" , uaninitnerisly depre
cated, anything of the kind,- and the South
is by no means. in good` odor. The Daily
Niece hag been effectively,dealing with let=;
ters apologetic find . explanatory ' written 'by
Mr. 'Yam ceyrund given himlc quietus: Hig
attempt to show that when he moved in the,
Lcieonfederatn Congress"v that the acts
Should be repealed which taut the ports to
t he elive , trade , :traffie.; hem did ao meih
thereby that the South shouldresume the
slwie trade, is contemptible to a degree, and
Ms been thoroughly exposed.
Tut PpPE is a s :obstinate as ever,.....,i50
late as the 11th inst., a, dispatch wait'
. sent'
by the Fkeneli'ForsigliGilinistei . to lenme,
tirging. on the Hey Bee the neetiSider of
resigning:; itself t 0 . ," the • lemon of yexpe.,
XiP49PI", and th.o 1 1 48.-itike .iPope.timuldtrnot:
hors,for
,and*
tereet; to negotiate .the dthinet of
Italy."-The'iPbpe Let . its writ for'
evente"--the old Story • 'if , ' '
"Rusticate expeetat, dum detittit,amnis
At ille,,,lnb4ur,et,labetur .
In mime volubihs cevum."
But Antonelli, 'the; real sovereign t‘,t, Rome,
'treats the Iniperial- proposil *ithlirond
defiance, evetivhile 'f thinking' theTreinch
, 4 30sTrument:f for.. the affectionate . interest
.shown 1. , , The Cardinal , says._ t,hat
both Card' fiats and Pope are hound by.oati
'never to cede any part of 'big 'territory
of the Chireh. " Whet - ''nexe?"- we ask.
Can:. and awilL France.] afford • or .endure •to
keep its army. at Rome; ,the .cost of which
aidce 11348, : h5e been tit lcftst eiaty millions
of fran cs? AMPero; will keel; Italy
fikeasit.. .11iinettiiielf *mita
repose, 'in order- to reamer "itself
-
Some people,- say ...04t .tlistyPQPei is
9ne of :his agents,, thp pcseicleut.,of ,the
Civil Tribunal Boine, has been :assas
sinated. This is riot the witY 'tohCen'in
, liberty—it always reterditit. s '''Ton
possumus pbsitioo- of4hogourt :of Italie
has answerod,its,desigo hitherto,; bat. it i ts
ifter all . bnt like, a L bisr4er. dept. act Amble
that W 13611 the Ibie . rises 1.504; . 'the
inundationliffile:ie add' dilatiiietive
to the temporiditriffantitt htifeitichothe
weeping swity:l:4 the. lkollantlidykesi. by
the raging, oa-rushing, ; inkYclt" of ; the *PYr
der Zoe. .
• TftEACEgari TO. TW0:471, "frO)ll.A. , Non
cOilforcoist few,, is shown, in,the,syrapatby
expressed for 'gotta' CArgynien who ;hive
the /ace to stay; in the4Ohiwelf'df Eitglar4
White: denying' the ' , foundation truths ens:
bodied in,•her,Artiolestand Oreeds,lo which
they„hav,e,given. " unfeigned .consent,
assent," and adherence. The demoraliza. ;
ton" - ithOled - in' the .
aitenipts to
defetidttrheir pout as tenable, is one 'of
the moat painful features. Their counsel
in thy .Court .4 : Alphas py.t,,forth before
the World' the most gariv„assertions, with
a • directly` Rationalist' tendincy. But
thidoilSo;:ait I lia. r ve:said; Wit the Star and
Dial-.lkhieh,• whenever it(tteichee
gionds,stwe to AtaV.q. ins_pitation.of• the
" Rimulet," School. emonff_Zic!ilennformiste,
and of David Thomas, " the laomileat,".
in/eve - Vika anon whiting in iii4or of thine
attntwheibtibit ' The Bislicip Salialtitry;
btPtinck nnwiridiculed.sis f•ftirheilakepherd
who jel:Only :doing
ditty when„ he propcntes,Pfc.F,illiamei
"an accuser of the brethren:" lihs.the
bfildneib to 'bring up the ineinoilis of the
tWo• thonsendLejected: Ministere; auxil
lary3o..ac.,bacb.isause, which,4o Its Iserpent
) 1,24 : 1 illPP"reat4P-..4heiri slays,
wouldte - vebeentreddelk i dclvn•hy•the r lml.
5::44.140n5 - -indigng,ttion: The . Stqr ,
pitticiiieeli 'the authors dfilie'"Essaii and
Reviews'A'ai "the' rieheit ornaments of the
Chproh,..Universities; and, Schools • of: the .
Establishment," and it exclaims.: "3,011
these who are now bited byy lawyersitt..the
instigation Bieltops;%ida i 4ti diked - of
condemnation , to: •shaancadniffenne to'
ecelesiaptioal., ; if, they are
true. Imhebt w and L lyorge the l liberv,- l et
prophesying" the mernect they.leave ,the,
EibiblfishMerit,' licit the shame rest
' if' Ohnrch'S '
'brea4 and yetylifbartlieheel against her Tr!
AP11.1 13 .- 0 • '`..encl4ileitioal doeS,:not
conseionce . ,dewukkt4t Alyte, ; men : shall be
541 f-exiled ? . , , „
,
" that by , staying
its . ; if Piossiblei thirleivefilinafhaVe time
spread, . amilithat , if) the , flail Ooirt of , Ap
peal !Mit: be in!** 0103 re shelter to :a , new,
NegativA r. :l3cluntras,:. ,fermerly, ,en-,
dorsed Regenerotle t n f
ink th'en• in dui3
.these Eitayiste thall"become' d`ominan ' t and'
some 6frtheirredryithcei shall , occupy
p,lams on. the Bench. t The,worst-pf.
-that
,men , who <do nok go . so, far .as -thwit
writeis, ' really , endorse and - encourage heir
14 their sympathy; and by being at
'heart .undet•the %Odd!' iefluence of -it"Fei
fined , •Lntitudinarianiatri, ,which
snores thei :**A- irea4 tie? LIA •ff ll 4.lVenii:**;
i irevity, ? and consequent
. tteeespitins..4
.Sacrifiee' and . ganetiffeation. •
Of the use which the •prosedittedliivr
:make of the Biblef thelfellowiq' 'the
pew odoetrine prOpoindedl.by the
Theylare notithe eloositors of ; eracles des."
!livered) by a fixed and infalliblelauthority,-
but the diligent.teachers bf . .what'thettsbn::.
sofentiously believe:\ * Let not
',civil magistrate be called-upon' " depiiife•
of -his status, and his means of
: clergyman who:iiliffent from , other , clergy 4.
men on points on which • no-tWo-Pduitated
men arelrecialyigreed."- "''
• Dr; Oampbell;of the Britiela Standard,'
thusautimadvertic onthie 'language : 1 " Thus'.
iethe.:veri.dciotrine-io meet the cal**
these clerical infidels : : , Sitbvild'eplergyinayj
renounce all that - 4,3511"M, arid all: that it•
let him. enjoy , his (status:and roeins:of liv
Mg.' Most benevolent this is l :Rather
most ,ridienlons;most, absurd, and most
wicked,' lipelamatieqp i fto, fraught with
aionce, With' stupiditi ). ?o,4 impiety, while
they grieve :the. riglitlMAS antfdiagust Wien
et i fiense, are , I but .:pervert the
1349/il• and Stilfc'Fin!3.o),whefr,.4Ye still tae ;
learn the alp,,eb,4 of Olitistian, docOtei .
and ecciesiattidal . .
•*The 'breaking -up '
is .far more likelyteletimetfrOmisithin; then.
tom zusy,e4terutal:elwanits.o :Notindeed that,
vigorolmomd,incelmant efforts of," The!
gociety for the Liberation of Religion *l5,
State Cantrel l ," 'are net increasingly fermi
dale. The .bltriding toetlier ,
conformists, with! ..the . 4vvoloed=intentiiin
11 112.48* g• CAuroit:Ages, ,, ois :.ct [step: toward
the,,atOition,of ;the Establishment, is to be
MnOhsappreeiited,' .as it 'has struck terror
into inenyTiiiirlihinen'e heart, ah , l will be
prmieented - With 'mimosa paralleled perse
yerenge,.and „with a, stern,:,purpose which
• will not yield to concessions or ,blandish
•
Meets. Above k
all, the Bicentary Oelebr c
tide thiS year ,
by Nonahetbrcuists,
4 able self-•Saeritree of ' the Puritan clergyiint
1.6%.2) . .wi1l enlighten the Church:l44pm( tot
the w reckl menaing 7 of the b ßre,yez-Book o pe.
infctrced Vy ., ,,,the ‘ Aiit: of Uniformity,anci by;
orherbishoips Who intentiiinally•metle the
terms of ccinfiiiibitY' so' fir'iCe as • to lie To tot
arable tender:. boinciendest.“
gelieal rplergy, • especiallyenill be. -Bhene:4o
occupy a most inconsistent position,: and
More and more will the people see that as a
party they are'tb'islly destitute of the spirit
• bf those, who were their real ancestry pc-
Cleinestical; two "hundred years'
80 -also shalt we-lave the Act!'bf Erni
fedlo,,itoelf analyzed and exposed in•all
its' ; lid e°l l Bl Y.. 9 PW9?ssiv ( l enaethltlutlk.
these-. abstracts "
oftietit'Billitk'Act• Laudean School
whinhPAlfileciver which it was
enacted: and , enforced; and then s men Will
say, " Whyohis theJland i , and'
• the law of the , c hnrch of England, at this
day" "OtifYlet t iiiilfilr 'the ififdOicatiOn of
ISIZE
1..; T SBU • RGI -SATUMY • A RCH .I ,-486,R
tyotti , reads,) . adlttkoisenii, itilftivitit
,_floterf!,l from! this Ado.. Mug' 1- 1 -whit
says Lit,?, 01374 . 4 4ktrodnetorniexplana.
tory„bnt fat itoirk. l4 a.in.g.at"):4o.4, f '0 1 . 3
woigiybf . tilggesill. an d " itestoration 7
liyeorihat , -Biiihlips.; • The'idauile ' . .iegites
that.the.Book ef..o4rtanion., NV* Vol ed-.
444ipho.d e hy,the!1,41izahethi 0ap.1 , 24: arid',
i f th Or a t t i h l i t e
hCaOd ,hee
good p 4
e p
l e
".t y
l/y,4 kk 4 i 1
a notwithstanding a great LI umbei r. 'cii' iooliplile :
itildiVers paits orthhinition', ( fonoibipd their '
`own sensicatity,igitfiitgosiithout•lnTntok49, l
and due fear of,."God !A) ,*do twillftilly arid'
schismatically ablOin imd refnap .te.emne
to tear Ptiiish . Churehes;" 'that " minis-
'' - ieVs in i the' fame of li t ieliite tditiippl*u
hiss; ' lad nbglBCta 'lb k use '-tiiillitnigy;
:whereby man y...piople I had beent'lecil into
factions and schisms." ~ glanae, UT. L enacts
that, " to the end that
. mtiformity in the
public 'worglii - p - srGkror agir : be speedily
effected'' , eiregliiiiOiliter;ilo s lifioreiiiiill'east of
St.• Bartholemem
~ 1. 66, 2; 441 1 3uAd.•:.` opetily, ,
pntiliely, ancl, sOl4anly,' rvit,the .Elopking ;
end"evening pra3rers,"' and ileeils4,dielare
hie" tinfeigteed :alisenVite . i3onsent;" '',lW
The , . (1 before St. Barthole Vs.:ldly "fliti
It lurid Aght thrown on it-- . lllL,Bytth,p;well
known,fact that
,the Ben,c l C.P.fi.VaiMpe,lll-)
tended to drive r gie Puritan clergy . ..sat 1.4
iheiFfiarigheii by . iliS"Vciteibf ' triittoiyifty.
2d. That: ferekeeing thilt‘ Wit or theta
faaalt6lleaval the , Establislynentpin delibe
rate. cruelty; fthey.reqUir6d , that:4*r resolVe ,
should be made known before BtiAttoleinew
day, order ithatpthermight tbt
to the . tithes dep.. due I. 'lt woa' have.beisi. - -
base enough to have h'eld• the. irOsioeottor
deprivation after that day. -•-• I.
~ .13resbyterian ordination!-:-Leos-'
tritrebto.:theispirit andLpractice-cf
ofulldWard-Vi., *hen John irmoitpreagandl
by atitholity-in an iEnglicl#
Oritemer,and CalVizt werwbrethers in epieli
tolary-interiidonile . and:in%mninalwrecoktilLs
tien4lwai! impeached and: dishonored: "
incumbent who- shall not :Iwo in
orderarbeforerSt. Bartholemewtakdik,Ai ;; W
be capable of holding .a benef4343';:- bnt'shill;
, deprivedi ipso facto; and--treated
dead:P And if any but'' cidained4Reatim ,
administer.. the,. SadramentiLtbet andel' 1
to .be ,fined..£lool- raa 0 . ; -I . itr, *f
And along withthis , illarleoterers;) all'
heads and tutots-of. Colleges,-all- persons
in . holy. orders,., , and ii sclwolnilasters,
"Alin 'lnbsOribil . the it is,
not iesietel'ito u itaki rep aria agetinst'
.K.o. o ..ltlidt , -thermal stibseiibe ote/thistilitAt'
ufgyointi that tiltedetsmnleligneindteovj - ;
ent i n.bein, •uniamNr- 0 0 1 bb 'IM AM
gaf9t lfeturPq,l,PrezMl4,,
znaii - ligardietibilitY, they are - tO, ins ; ,
'prism:ado/114w . 'conintoit :faintiiikont 'tab
The /ia,vocacrought by,this-infarnons Act
afUnif'ti•c„an A nevx.r.,,be•-•fully realized.
tut we' g ri'w'ilikill'Aitsd'e i vtititt by - Coked
4:1 3 11 3 . 0..k.g. ten ; ',that ihstreLto Evangelibid
truth, as well as to the great cane of (Avid
inidlieligi4ri6liiherty, alike 'die tiiitediiii d'en
tnirminstp.iindoal• long as'theL•Olintilk 'or
Eiglsnd) an d :sae Rarlianientileopsit
tfie - ststste boo l k, tliat,Chqch,,oots,h9rself ,
of, deliberateli,69l944 ; on
other Reformed' "Oliiiicties ? • and'har
at lies doo.r. the: sin - Id: schisnio
ths9rAlgely,,,threagh: the. atmosphdreN.otrf
P 113101400 :in whicktltey, , ,breathedaat i rl
ti` ) .Eyangi.44 l . oirrmtv o .
rNkindiinfdrniiiiiiiiliehismatici. 'tie alit
mcefes tholent in%tie' "setunleis 'eat `edit f 1
JettnsiChrist, is the schismatic,i •
,Arsat.evil is done by-thelinadtquattipapv,
mend,.9f inapY:, 9f OR clerg, N.f4
.tein- Of
r; Government and, ,
• ••,.• •• • lay
*image. 'Mt long age atpetition vas
setat":fronl a pitriSh on the" batiks •of the'
Thames—some distance inlaid f froth ?Lon- : •
, the
‘ .l4owdsi 9f one of the Collegep :j ;
at Cambridge Cosfßi,,•Tt;,:e„P'the.7 mrt
1..1.;00 'a year ;`,but iSiiidenecleigymak ,
reddiVed`iinli% T.BO pe4'innitiii the pet‘'
limeto increase lis:saliry;wasleftieed;'"iiiii .
tl4o, : o9llege-men continue to milippropriate ,
the reo.„ mosey,expendidy noticonbro.•
in the, payprit of i l3b349wlllty
islir"ir of Bishop's „COIN
(VaIi, ea' iritddsdlir `up'` :
more than•wonldohandaomelfeiidovir mdirry -'
a r pige ictf.,B9.o o ,l?„.afdc,b.;.iPg ?Air. Gospel lto
thousands who lq;o,:ponAiong
and' Value a t ipriiiitegentlenian m •
Vilki • is laittrge len OittlirOPrri . "
- torpindliays sicwards Of ,X.,100:: Of tithbs
hip IF :9per,ty-. „He va.rtgelical ••Won- r f
conformist 4,,•he 111 pilolig9a by law ,to ‘ pax i thei
tidies, s.pid what grieves, him, most m o pe?,
often4:nadir et inch"
6obinbubotiolis- . .flisAiks -
£17,0114 ) has laien expeilded rersilre?
of'o4gWestqr) 00bedrel. .i•
.
14 1° Pr?n.l4iv,Ufitft4 l 4l44dtc.
therefore it is always pi,
e, ali t eat ,
epare to tpo,,.
to indicate from time' to
good in.ithelEstablishiitent==to: 4 ke due'
allowance for 3 the. p tiony :prejudices; Oda
difficulties, pt., Bvar g eliesk section, audrc
to note . With thankfulness- 1 ,110;w many:
theM reipfctiye. Fsfisjlejt and s
distkieti, liborineWith - piliferfal dnyoted-;
deed; tuutinlsome;dains kffitlienliftgatt
ow.- hitte6iliat peruiedlthilletypy '-.otia.„
sermon preached by a comktryllootOry inotl
far from Blaokburo, who Anag ‘ oifies tAke
Spiiittof' 'Gal& "glorious' awakening
vonehsafed•An 'reptile. _ t h e I
charge fanaticism" ,frommthe , blessed
social 3frnips„,fellowiog,ithe !hgortberly Jove •
wbieh . aboopas t the . Sabbath. devo,otly:ol:4--
served; and the .. bonen of dl oi:dt ;4formerly ,
halfit'enipti—'bOW: crowded' ietll4l4* -
May; the Great Head of )thd •
ply such instances of revival, botlifin. sad 3
out of the Establishment,, and all over. :t0
. la • .t • Y..' I
NonemformistsA as t , stuilep ihiy..ebosider 1 '
themselves as the representatives. in princil , :i
pie
,of, the, heroes 0f,1662,-, button ! the l other
hand. it is not to be - forgpttan .that thope 4,
wcirtlifili c not - le - aye' the keiabliehment
because they objected to a State °Wet";
nor bedatiat •that they-were ‘-.rßioiroists?
°rAn'ießdeuta) but bees ,
shown, t he y ': could, not stat l f,* with at,te e.
•ooffecietcalle'' They were' in 1: ) , txity
in Aheir' sympathies; - 4 Of ' '
theme hadnireoeivcd ordinations .filinikt/the-1
PreibYterl.
stgo t ni,sni also ,or„Evapgelism,tp, TkAiept,isru,
and a s such`tili . Orthi bfk now eor t irtemorateili
English - Presbytiiiiilis hive Irtaity the besi
right tO
and , ,representatives of ,, thw.Calainyti, Bev
tern, anotiLll4.'Weganitister Divines , of ithe
17th eikntwy.. ".C/c 1 . 1 # 2 !" pr, Er i es o ,f
byari" . :distrititi formed over
• mitliOriii ofthe
, most ethoo clergy who , afoiriviiiiiitt*tivi
ejee. ifi,l662dw - • • -Yj.'Wtl
:!',,, • ~,, i , s, • c O ,4n,ISTNIIMW , IIaiI .
A .:,Conntry,eClaticit in) loilia.:.? ai.:
MESSRS. EDITORS . :—It; Diair:iiiiiiSiradog. t i
i l lO9 Ple'realkifticif Ile./P,1 1 . 1 114P: 44110P 1
ths,t -th„ 001 W'egi4,i ( Pior -0 1 .t*INIf.fitorto
Preeby , terian i Chni.on i . ; have 7.coterpd„a4eit..,
new Mouse of. wiretap. It :area
_dedicated.
on Sahhath; . the of e 1:44m.y... The,
exercises ifere eendileted. bythe Apv.
li4niAet r 4 . 014, /1491deggk:
seri"n.P,rlli, l 94 l 4/ 3 /Vf°.gek :, .3R;0Ak 41 94 , 9
of tall'Ofiey, ; , !lows via klicd,,wigli an..,
9:10401;.043..14er.J3frTiPeS fol-!
`lowed. t . ,
The PIPMAYAIY floliatild • An..
1t `
of' sio[ t ecref; pear ,the leitnehip:
centre, an very eonvet nt of aoeegs.
• .• tt0r.:1.7 I
iB a friOne, iiod painted - White, Afty.4 feet
ihiityrfive reeti. The interior ii neat
rand arranged: Tire lallieshicieiliaay
furnished carp etin g, lamps,=arpt Ipit:Bihle,
t end entiresost f ,nearlygl,2sooo,
sePaTeA by !MbEgAiPPIPPO home;
'no assistance. 'WO aeket Tiom,the. piku n h
0 .
'Bieendiiin Said,
..3V Mends, at a distance.
Thetlimitt iittle , &humpy iaidihliiirvel the
pligtoh l twho. has I .iinfaiddition e-nontribuind
;14 0 1/ 1 0 1 Y- 5 EA; -•rst •:s •
;7rit i eT,jjaatb.e** ,l lYl4s l Nl*
14 , 7 o4er kve Yeir's; one 7 half the
tinier wthi t ' r iii - the'
There has been seventy-nine membeia
ceived,-the , larervart.brprofession. Last:
year twenty-n''inillwaie tklishiiiied to fermi
another . chpy of, our • order, 1,o : the .'wn
ie ellip INOYne, ~The presen t . membeship;
tievetity. - A ,inffloienoy of, peive have
bean - 14.t0-sufpoit
the a tiine r indt.; ine et 'the • emitiiigeiit
.ARtneps m i Txully,49the . : Lord lath donetreat.,
thippstfor as whiAreig. Are
lithe. Aura. rejoicing in .the oltelrard:
yaYditiciAti,'lttiiit u iviAitiet:l4tii 'Vette'
Pare desire. of
accompanied, with . ; fan ramie ihttnderittliti-'
larppient.iirspiritixal,blessiags: Oh; ford ;
we beseech thee send pow pz: o aPe.ritY.;
I " j L. *.
t•. ..,.. ~, .c.
•• • !• ; •
ffieleFted.] d
EIBEME
• 'Tht YOhng Cifrisian Soldier.
• C er
Thou who Asst nftmed.Ohrist'e helyrnansf3 tl . 7
' IVithisi'wliose boabin giows the 'Elaine
Of sacred, theiveidy leas,
Now gird.thy Christian armor on,
Anik'neetb.. the 'banner'of - God'aSon',.. '
• Thy'qtg'nest zeal!appio*e. A
Prirst;-iighieli**Ukj
A,nd-;bi thy fe9blirhand t: • • • : .
„nip sword'of Pod!s•gb9d Spirit keiin,
That weapon whiph hath; eyer been
Strength tO his • b d • •
• ; Th 9. ( shie/cl Oft fait.h-batotithati •bear; • • .")
„Thßlipspal saad2/4 og r must•wdar . • •
head ,)* :;i:- if
thorns that in thy, way (,„
eta he iipingiiag
• BenekkthY feat •.) !It "
Thntkfully a i rmed.,:gn,bnidly fp4h,
Christ's grtm) . .t worth ; •
'". : ' "
- r*EisuiAdvittthbuliiy piar - :
.t.}lighting,iihonglitaintiiii 'add forlijnk. 5 '
Thy fter,oest,foershallifall. 'O7 t
Though subtle is thy foe, and strong': ::`'
T 0 ,111143 thee '*ith' his SYreix song; ' '
Or with temPeatiOnTsore. :
A 4493404 Elpilitorousethyfeari,:: I.
9/h./3441.91.1PeRit1321.414 •: .; in; •
Aid from above implore. r•
321 ft ut :snow thylitindaid • reSi
hENSIF 1itAia , 1 3 , 3 7 1 14 ,1 40.'crY0 , . • • •
•!‘'P'PL? sT
to'3oTforeixast:of i , ;
. •
13010A i ihlt VA'
3tl , l ri
• - . ""9
ttlIf1:13 - • 1.:rg;1
Then,WY" tht Pifre 7lo ßf. PI T A RWI4 3t f
fan Attlilaire rest 10 . r0verinore ; „.
alillig ) liii441:g41111. ) &61g 1 " 1
1170 Otiir otibriasslfteka4lo4ll444ot
f • . •.! Wore theiiteatrifitifelthrom,
M!M!MM=3MI
doteillitt
-At vineistiiiPtof o Ider s
Ridge' Aeadenlyi 'tett bif- , tite Feb`''
rp p y,cllM, tlielollotiingliesoltitions were
AnammOulliTod,_ o .l ) 44:;
• Wick l o4 l3 / i 19.4) the B ,9TlTAlig4rAtgo . .oßd
kt.iivictiis,'.iics, in 4ii..m.yoprio us,
thbith”thierriiii,
us ourToifilg frien-d4nd;sBhoblinate7DOrdi
Elder,...Do - nalasoni:yqth , whom laietbeen •
accustomed.. Xs; ,associata,pltasantly
wetakeoualy, .whose i soolpty we pail:
never akain"enjny'on`eicitiii: - therefoii be it.
Meahleci;
stancci ;of ;mortality. the tifanil of :hi who'
dggtit, all •things: and: thatiiirembbw•in;
humble' submission; to 1 41vigli,09P- . ' 114 /4:
hoping that our
. iionng companio n is iii tha,
peaceful and happy realms of glory, enjoy
ang the' fetrovihirof - slifirg"aia angels,
and the smileidil tkii Meshtia Bitifour.
e •lf i lved2 r;• 2 * - irP ' 1 '4F.0. 1 4 Moßsthise
wtit '4'Parentii; biOthers.soil sisters of the.
dutiful and nioff.l4A4d' iNiquill'bii•ili#," ..
;Odds loselhil ;rib* , dbeirii feat: ` ' . 11; '.
'
~Resolved, lnliasfasli, mtmifestatiliti'of Os'
E"'. fertberPfeß9TY; 04 (02 0 ~deceased,: *S.
*ear the usr4,l*serpt, naouxmins for,-Altei
, -
siiiteii:iif titirip ditys.
-. 6 Rgidivlitl,' Vilitt tlibse'ielidiftVaillikptlii 2
!kW tin tiltirPAlNitaiheßiiiiiiiir, 7 l3kkiild
Vii i Jour/tali: anti indiank v.Rikistrsr, can&
itSA Aelq be giTeette4beeedialte:TeW .
tiies., ' . •. .. • , . :
; . . 15t ii i 4d .
- ~........:. 1 . inn ....,:d ....
11 It''Jiliel `gliiiiir CFOih
tikii; "iiiiik'e
J. 0. BAANEB4..iroli }
.-; . ..:. ..c.
..1,F.t3:
ttie,Preoy,tArianJleOw.?,
=EI
r ,„, A Sensible Remonstrance.
iThetfollowink , riimons'tracee . of a Itordad:
Cathclic. • cppgrvitidP r , i Agaicat iwkiked ,
prie4o.xpites zuor,diwri g q.ky Odpopnldir s
libertr itdiciNek, than by the .00-
casivrt r fortil?' Thee a i
sonreitope fdr
South Amerieap-mhenahhe tve4tliet , indie. •
naritly„ ril.,,fcm the ; nipilltrOisine r of such . ra
votary of :11 1 1qphiiii mul e Ysinus,cs„t ; he. Arch
bishop of' sent l a c OrtiOn'of `his
fock. "
t.The doeumerit; tnuishiteil Vona the' Spin!
ish,, comes roe :fromis perfectly reliable:
solEcd. autheriph4,is.perfeutly,
relia
bbl inandr,t eipj;oB :19:!ct, justifies
J;F:14:
To th'iJidifoir la fdtridiLVAlitenitabi V tith
taich4ioc'ese' iot Brjgliall:. ,
..tg• , .J... . r .: • L•r:
li .1 111 u s el,-, •WIN ..
'We, C the Illi t aiilgOZA . ;' In cif oh?
ii . ghteil aro Cathalio. - CtiiistiiiniQtatisciiini'bbe . -
4ileafft ,Ao,,,,,racirgity ; antreeolealeetieea. ralev.
re fflgtrY r ePr 4 §oll-3! ° ,. ur r Pjk.PlWlri
tiloins prcialiip: Thp.A . or tiie fs4inie :life
=like coif plaint t, 9 -yoii, as Ohriatiana; in
ordhr 'that you nitrybd iileased''tib 'renAd . i , `
the-eNsild that , . afflietkus,ri A, iittl 6 , more . than
oqe . 3TF ,g 9 Y934•WPre•Tleased,Ao send:usti
pact :t,flltql. RI); pr t l ,49, 9P.?,ex' purpere• than,
to feakiline'Ch'ris ian charity and fraternliy,.
' ailiirsitlFiii ViiiiiiitY kid ihg . 'titiiniiiie'Whfch"
r leadvio -noon at tiluitpiifmi ;"tlitijiotieWifel
inistakpo,;most ; Illiu3tiiiouss:l3it: - .• .A j ti n i n itp.
t'eX.°C ce..Po49X,i97)FogibiP,:hoi Mame hetet'
the minister ,of yinUtgoh,C
w Oniptig, of,
mytiology, aiiie. l ls'he ielidered_,awfily. only.
t;o 9 Visilhlrezoßasgligniiiifiai n iiitlianptti:'
•arriiii;ohjetsitofrapeiotilitiiMqliabliiiig'*
his habits, dissiflatibrri +him eiiness s hattedv
and in one _word-faaoti •, _ ver3r-passion
• tkat is 7,ileiaa4.-rokcyk ,•;• 1 ";e mill ~Aptain
joi a moment, wit tie faets; thaty,ou..znay
*now - iviitihat OtrAp . feilentations are'irtte.
•Thei lir'etdiytkii,'iifit AlkiiistinCitetiltd;
is- saii:•, attistuOt *Musician; playin g ' ithe% hazi- 1
4:l9 l 4,(a44o4e6tallidai)lan dl as sneXis the .
chief' M" , 1 16 topttaolfir Evyenci. 4 1 410011
night lie 14. I Po,2 l .kitift as•lf 3 a4p..;', ttnd.4 s
a t(
. the . . iniiiii in ' eft - 3f ,111' in tliciais:pl:e as ures
af‘!whichithh s illiVigtota - greafeeWiiitihl!
pant than the flesh. Ho is!ahtaytilthb'fliii
to render 'adoration. to Bacchus as well as
==
:=ll3
1: ~.,:,, :II
Ny e , f . •
' •
-JO;1•• ,:•..;, • • , ft ,
the first to eihibit himseiips the. vict i m of
4 434 U5 -4111:12411J4:614131eti1i
4111:12411J4:61413letili 'hiiiiigelf
piekingr;•quarrels,tbut• as' 'he finds ,only; pity
IA -aCkute.P.Pt. fOn..;hiPaPe awkiiiitilmA.Wlest
talk, : he offenOs , eyegbo l ds,„altd tii.lyal ks
off to 'his hotise"With h is . cionettinne on Ms
ni:''l3iit this T Mgdigiis
)8016 oftfr,he..Copfesiional.7 too tfednciPi yaw*
RPsit , inPrigOil 110.)reTtalefiot)ploblio
v t, th 4 4! ".' B Y l 2.3 ll Pluib i rrThil m olli aa dL a
pecret or. the "uon essional. At length he
'he has 'o4 l iiicflife!
:extent thitrhehtisfiinitad.:Witli
linAraughting. hiss obk.(into.th'e .arznY;send
'g, to, hp esprifiped.Qui,the:fie.l.4lCof.kaltatis,
the.viptytut aspic s. j . ay .
may judge , for yourseq; writ 11
tiiouer if tbiMi did tqlestAn'Aitilt n,
on which he was-4etit
Anty.th, repre'sent: these - :fats tol•yonle bud
.if t ,44loee ; pot, 40 vtive ig l oo us to ;see Wit
...that : the treng,_. of our , is lgager
;thus prcifined. NV4 - wOuld, Ogre apcs-
Ile CV
hit as elittittisettlivirrititiiiiiitility,: , We'sAk gird
ply .and: °nil a tiniziistermwho.: undhrstinds
13 40, 1 4j 8 qPiAlikt9 wick
edlY, an 4 ,POtfQ.T3 4 , IhtY . a lit.qa4r7
; ifepirOibk: In4lsele. as mueli . as p9E401,e
to% ntiffeltstatoVinosiliitilid6dryalitoiryoli
ginhogimattwasnotbibgrbeptdri:than the egress
byter; Castillo, or any other. like hullos
?7511,19/147.?oiPuBirat&q' all
ft
• W 0 k 1i , q 441. 5e5 I ? f ilrii4 te ß l in ii ?4!4
. e4figi,4* 6 itTt3rjoA Pit4mi
aria l~'eb ;3 8S
Bre :. b..
ucy
PalsOna•
ME
aci I
itff the.Yrelaterimi
I)Gratitadclor 4 elg of tainti.El: 21':)t
1/161.0161; 74 :41,
r.ll364Eatil ? I ILl'lO . l
P DIT . 71 • . BUbß° F 1 P! a° 1 118
1q.by4.1 paioer at' rd_u_ssd,
ira i tegibi daffier', were 01)1)40 by two, or
t tAe' of' (kir young u laijiSS; s from a,fe.if„
a*ongaihi:iie ohilleai,ke:s: c Attar.ltAhnt.
ifidifi chaidhin 117ifth bee
• :
they
Itp whom he were tin, la so, ,aeopp
0116;44 aelrhowledgmedi from 5,..,
fI 4
Llkr6 Vat Jan
. 62• tAM:7B--We take.
this occasion to Fo
ur; oar sincere thanks, and the ,gratitncht
!of cur l respo?tiTc cominalp in forlo
ha 4 txhitii r ied u an anipXyzoKihepi
with : ' weekly' irrgit:vielar
Banner. One r °fifths lifdatclit evile-dr
camp life is the want ofeproperintelleciaal.
eraPeFLYmmt? resot,ing.iN,habits j af .Thqntal
i es 6 o,4,,Piq e° ! l 3Pi tt jP / QA. l Yi t t h e4 a * ts _l o r ink;
P.„, 11 .79 10 4 OPuseqUeqt.brs PEgniqthwa,
q4°?l.. l4 .,ukgruttJ , ,molASTP huuntaniotalt,
Ph 3 04 1 4.Y;f 1 Pi°0 1 18.rtet 9,FrAMPPieir
,CV l 4l,7fi ° .kRIYPPARNeif' O OW
tai 041°,11! .this re 029.4.) sY.eM
3r 4 -.,1 11 , 4 1.494,Pkt e # 1° P $1 4 4 1 4. 0 f• It words,
thm i a,h4,Aegree. of, palmist „sntertain
m, ,e4s.s44 l Wdx! th . l-,rgi.e4P. B of, Tr o 4lkcillg
130:0mon i t,,,rolivous „?n?ppyliohs .31:).yp i og
means .Eq • 'bOhol',lfteikice4 l ttline.l.
'orb, on,i• heartielt,gratitithe tkia„.agt,
OrMtPAle/t,edluelithalkt at Chp sweitaine.ol4i
eiltr,esPoßF of , P,rlifßuu‘gefett.F.d itsgotk.V.
r ur B ll7...tilt!set.Wki.9oMuitect (*TA
log.outs Put, t tcsr4;:..l
(Signed) . .
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fmaNclulMtUratio alfftffocP". l3 eY
' o 4ot,h . V.,`Toil. rwm
JtAlaidlY:OXP‘istr,t;olifiVeen 2 s;
11 / 1149tbra Nt r OolAtigi&lmihu
--T421.46110814—,-nrri7l
The Theologieal ,Systeja,s,Etwons.;,
~.-11e .agreed with...the schoolzof6Edivardlr
in rejecting the direct imputation 91 7 A4argel
Ill i i .1 1 r4 , Frill-- ad ii b s e Aß d • 31 4 .fl hia
1! .kb.el,,, Pr:f . :o:.ll rui vYt.& 9l ll 4l ,' ••," ,"?1. 7 8
putn'tiorr" fraci. an 'abstrais e lmiikec4 . 4 a rititti-.
tio'n u Matter - i')k inivergigpi'Viiitaar than
Ir:•..;•.:talgIt:11::. ?' het" .:: t ....„,g4. 1
S 1310111;:plrr . r: . 04rc1ia0,tf,,.A . 17.,
Iniried '' of ' 'cionrse: in, the ;#tme l ijine,,, i tio".'
symbolized
s t r r yitlr the. yontiger';Edriii9s JO, .
He,•skilin;:Aind''Opposed thertil4ef,osiiritin
is'•tO 3 .
th;c: extent of A t i . l "Itoripment4 7 pro:.
oLirdfilili: l4l . s .P'Prii'''.* 9l o. l o:: it 'fi .r9 )TTAr i ft
And'rebotniting in it 5; 'rartieteril4ii.to The .
gineral)rilitilifi crlfOrf; ' : blik.ge,lli r: fro
reickiliig 'it d int i Ols/ 1 441a4 a i :44l . I ,iiiiiie4T;
50D . i . 401 4 .1i4; ' E 43 ; VAC it ' : i. iiiiii i t .11.8),
On,tiiiti'"ofi ' L 'Oci'd, ; (l: orrinimpt? :4414 ltst,,
• MI. . :..1 , I . :."...11 '.;.) .'.ln 1,....•• I ,
" 1 04 1in gi C 4ll 'M aKe l E4IPIPPIL 1.9r ;4? 1 3,R fl.
sipoolipii*Wpot i Ati.re4ti the same 'fitypr,
idi§tire justice s iif 'Gbk . 'whiA,,lie, 4frep99,1,,
,in! . tliii'liniiiiity,e i the,iair : ';` , ,l# ';iiimtra,ls l ,
ling, ; ,
!livilli;`liOth tOtirds' anti 470 p:.„
iiii#4, h 8 ;.::sewed' S Ohript's if . aaiii'll, robe
idiiice. 2 ineftition to. Our, jiistifiraiki:o4,44,
I idelitterat. ; jiislituigfibir vfitil ; * .yrnidOti." ; ...ln . ,
iriMmiliactik: 0: ili' . *lrtitgi!,: - h'fi §l4thi'ot - gal"
-irtht,sc vor.tk ' Zl*attit, , - 1,11 . 63 . 1,; , and
Iliggte,y:4 l4l M ll 4 ll4 c;4 sgh 0 1 / 4 0,- 1 0
11 :!,
tsP*fil r i4L 'll i iB, : r li na "r j ltd..P Pl PA :
• thir 'iecCivi,4
„t,tottrinnArittigiti . 0, .410,
d
.r,eitticied'aits4l,sq4 Orixiiiik..7-0 1 41,nii, 1 11A- ~
'644 . 4 the
,IWit's'iCfcol ACK; t 0,4054,:14,4
Admix': til u b6 D Oyal• #4lC l 4 lo 4)fliteliht:g '
•-.1..„1.- - , ‘-.7.... ... , ri•.. .1.• • .. Z .
. iii"411°1111.,44 " 9 Mi . : .11.
I! . .rpyr i aa o3lll ,, ,
Ail4mic•ti4PiE9lo°.'s,, <0 t-4,1t,4•° * .
4 r
, 4011 . 448: 1 pr, - EariioB. an . ,4 iii :0:
iiiiiieity: iiia . lice::Di i yhie. t ;ieti74o,,:4t7.
thii • ih.ilifiiii . ll,y..4 . :94/§reiiid,.exiatence:
ob:Wits ,;',:tCerel l ,y,ln ' iili r tliet.ilio;a: Di'Vine.
cpifstitdtrOn nilikek it t'iclii i4.9, — .85itke,4 each .
successive .moment,) ,he wile - 14k) fie. in.;
feriii:66; f that i DIV 'Di idirli AO ert,' bsY' kitCiiiil :
mediate : agency, ao tualirlitin 0: int& Veiny'
e'very : event! and: eve7ry.ex.ercise9 each, dis.
tinctly,..h . hitself- 7 -,the ,nrost-thotough z going,.
anatonism, ext4tdfd.,to . mind 148 well .as
'maiiir; inggiliting.f.eVoti - t4e, eiValiism" 'of .
s .ItirleeliSr.,.'iriliilioli . 'it ik i 'n, f 4S gi t n.. t . ln
dilitiOtiorl, 'And; fTniiil' i `thkilder .oiilviiik.lo.l . ,
l antin shb,*9:o4 *ith la:stdiii i ,,.tiiepiaßK.,
,ihf.l)lv3ill . ,`'.defiiiea. ;iiriiiie 50 ...iiVii.',lpvl - El
- Isiiiplhil9witiliolititiii, I*, 0114 2`i
(diafhtiaratorioffig" - hihiiiil,t r ',lvitil %tie'
tdobliinVer'inbillissinti',' a the '.DiVika I'4ll
:he droir:,tliO I 000 c e,: i'vii ) ;CliS 'go' &Oast&
Pritil - ebro'raid,' wh e n he '..ri l eci4traf, himself'
wile to 'be '' lieitiiraa . Ow Ctiatit fOi'
• • • • • - • " ',V , • k , ilti __*,_l , "I"i'i lit
'the Si, e of, his , britlirin. : s NO T melamiev,a!,
:4,riti(i', no 'Freriehifiiieftill, h ilirird 414.'e
sa tirillingneSB ti:Pirnifik' 414.4 r i,i'Sriiiiiii,' 'of ' tlie •
4°10.14 Cotidi4ca - rit oriiih'ilig ',tile .biiiik' r tif.
; tho:idAeliqd.';'2.Kii'd l l l hlB"Pitflitt* illyta;
aim
,Fireia4ea t lii thelritidirii7p,r,
'anti' iikoreA l l?Y'thii 'keenest int,iiii kid In-'
tctiii#44: - ' 'OA. 'MCC Ana i7oyll6i).' 'iii . 11it .
;clink& 'OlViiikqi i LOT .iir'ilie *C t rYittienoc"
; MailliVis i'tril l ..qtlier di* tk i 'ita, • worsii i d . it
tal - thi, lady a . 1404-Eniiiand'iithif, 'tlito"ii'Aii u
`this' tiitliiike tliffe fiiiiha a fte . ,44tt,y," Auk
1 / 4 h-iiiethothowtspeolvwhta.i4.4 0,62:
iviiiisislivin-luogewct auffaiaefect,l4ll , .
uttifthiritaktrid 9 11 t ki ? oiigiiiditi. ;
loidiFt"aa:itihith;ilmiii i . in e i litqloottoli ta.
) 93,01_410iiisis, hril?reiFfedi,fiatiliti *lt
ity's'ailletlie'&4,4lik, irgiedrir'teNey'e
If. - , vi . ' • ••• 4 ni . c !
ran'ep,; in defernide::. lifircargitiBe thedry!
ishilitielfilik ihniitiiiinlTercis oiii i roOl K PilittiT
stillfhorievergiTtiii§ theArkilenhilegt2
determination, and inculcating the
) irresistihilitiy Loh DiVinh:vgracsraptiri Alio
Ltheodicy, palyWani . has -.g4tpornils, Aram'
~ contras yrith„ learing ; the . , , niptitftgsnilmi:
of J ibe ' pFyiniv t tifirmillsion - 'of sin au. ikti=
IscFneableilMlitry ; l bia this Viatilofghtt*'
;the restlesis qt,Lestaonine . _pg' the schipt7l"
`E4 4 4*,ii,k,tgia l , l :oo 7 liXOD ti;Aalli% ^ -47P.1
8,0.3 , 13.,..0f i G 94:; 1.*,, i Ve131,,,k: StOakt;iidgem
' 4 ecl4.4ect that ,si,noram, , aoaecessary means , oil.
'IP greatest good. Dr. HviiliihsvinktA sr
Creature entitled, " Alin, through the Divine
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84pm.Ininayrsosi tag% ,
Illovralirpee, pesj
• • ADVERTISEMENTS: - • --"•'•'"-='
:Al3).lv,lakifi':lll l l
* A Square, it knee or loolid one insortlon,oo;.centr a tgl:b
.•. entinoottintoyelikE Illi - e'Wy•ond id a
A Munro per quarWr;s4.oo ;. each linverdditionn4 %opts
A REDO:MON madett6 Wirer Orin; by , tho• year: • ••• •
.111181:NESINOTIQ.E8 of.Tnir lineiror sloo' '• oath' lid.
&Wind lir" 10 amts.: , • ,
•••naLyop . - mlramyelr 4'
• ~
,E 4 ),RirroB.s.AND Itßuag no ,
•
l 'Xiiterpniation ' the Um
•AterroA2Sthig: is; as Ovin
,and not in
otta, own , natare.)- And; :Z - amoris t . bolder
"OW thifii•iCat` not only irifilkAlopltinti
the palliative.. of? ttOrmissi+e," to
'which most Oilifiiiida:aringAnit also Made
God thonfmtfirViap-ilof Intrepidly
assorting,. di at erc was the same kind,
iiiiVitteliiml6lkre T ia necedsily in the
AYivineriffilid,ttb - oreitte' shrill; is 'to • intaie
IW/40361g5/I'r viz, that ,hec-Might dispFa'
2 148 l ips,tloq 'Audi, his ,grace• Anti • thus 'he
carried out to its,sha,rpe.lt.,eftscctie, in •pro
saic and logical terms t what even Aueustine
aid Calvin of e ` ii`in , WeDangnage of feel
ing
. 3 :" .4 13.1ei1i iidem et *tent= ,
sdiferuithoaroledempteremr •
• xe.Atat Mel/logical tßsofelb:' • •
MEE
Brief Thoughts on ChlistitivExperienew
No warroxy - nrilie iir:tr47l . ol in his opin
f* iifikrorrig l 4l4l3le to' AAA: that 'id imy
Olio& hid! h T ef Noohintafily refused 'to -exarn-
41;04 hAIS •trAltil7- I . 1 : ,
the ,, :ceitiirdted's preacher,
once,:describeilso , trividlttherithhippy dis-
Sensions.existing in familieey,tbet a cauh
tess, who was Ameeeel k inyoluntarily ex
ejtkintyff-iq ne_surAt ni aqui Atuthat
amie Valois." gin, shea n hi he ,pytt.in . ,the
light : The she
!lei-416dd likeedmiMilia
•.1?.; 1." ::•IPfllfi • •
• .u;
. 1 , 4 , 4 , •
, •Ldiviines§ fief a guard agamqt
plausible derrersov anti mito -boire"fli
loAsflitleM hfori:#* the; infosei.eanilot lift bin
1114.4,1340,enopeil,gbeegitatad by a merely
speisillataie thoolmy
.1J !! •
.„ : 4iritualtuj,ndedneps, in •t:he ,abstract, is
gotitt free From all. tinge, of ! lumanity ;
t among men, it always
91rtl es' 7 Df!' &ler of the libmiel in which
it is placed. And it acts variously, as the
office it -has -tt—perfornp-varies. Thus a
eilent Morose ppiiid is ma& kindlj , and.
• atralk a trialpr give. and •
serious But
4 • .
10 rut,.coses, tT m i spipmg;prinppl4.,. love
to; • •
r. rt,lo , k. - • I
Ai1e4 , 114E15 lov c , to Christ. may be shown
rliy %Teal ilia fylitith i g?ards the
g.; eOrapml„
evil %Oohs revilyP i ietnmi trains of
tho l ught'..,, Mutt 4.rartioulatl3l is this' the•-lbase
ritOrtetsto.9fbigarn4 l : ,professots.
Not inge " 1 • 44 34: 9 1r eskili.an 49vin
.11 . 01 , " 4, , "
.I• s
4 1 ' B nß , ll lllgllll l 3ill ,tar.•Cf4 , is 16
1 3 r3 f -
itoireii 804111 if peril. W hen a man be-
OT libligitninrid 2 d6i)teciiiieff
oth'dis w it rthat• haltreghtotis his"
'ploset. •
A. man- marlightetheilturothitiievotlun
kretraiii; th eisifliihk 104 1 Wlif Ansi 1ta,r.46:11-
, imp atvakiii.yer:•nieetirig r but:otild *heti' on'
his„ uses alone 'lf eats. he , the • eager lie IS
• in ; :gr 4 . 4 i.C6PiqrpkU ct sho u •
ld
•st;:on .
ct .seek
firiitfccM.o9ve: • •;; :f'
, •
oF nt . rlfPtaye 1 • 1 n"n ie 1 *il
e events;
titteli A V,tilit) ralitrand • ten t deitias 6 're:- ,
ikibillvtigiduittrty ii:eilirtititin'ii ilyisti. ' It'
htingigranattti , thenPailililuittiatg' ii'd - loy ,
Wt . ".
p9ll.roil _!' .!•3 , I*• , . ' .0 1 •_. ••
! I ; zdtiiiieliii i llifli
road ''ll 6if''a;i ' nte
t I g l '
aitliiiii 401 4 igniitaoi 44 walk in.
'
V 4 iirstiiitillaiiin,„qoilliisl4:l4, iliere slides
al t. ,
~1131. g.., 114 '3 , etill,Ve 'of! selc indulgences
iiirliiiVigail l eve iilva,Yr T ili l e gory S 't
piia .
i - , ,..- , -:::•1 ....:. rv•" , : • wit TO t. • , ..I
11.41404 .4 Jlearboukair! temptation- ia
I ' sometimestvilup of t ßiritualityoie,the same..
wa.P& l lool l . 4 bkill.Wl vfliiohiineets the wind .
) iliAlmsigrfofp, po i werful tide.- The stronger , •
i the j .rpsiOunper tile stronger '-the proof of
eaPPOStqfVut 7 1, , ,; • •
Tha46Mmitrand-the-Collier.
' :Thefeilit l eal6l4PiPtiiie, l lllfmeit'heah
)
ts u9leitds'iluste i l tailifealaiiiiPtiletaselireS ' by
• suuselvesil and tostrnstin themselves that
i, tilivr t ag righteoms,•and li to o dispise , others. •
I 151/4112a1E49•Mr8 t•00- 1 414: 11 Fattlq the heart
• cefallen'ftitin, and nothing bit the power
„ (.0 GBd 9 iiiTtliti l i hiiintilig 'iditilliert Cie the
, Gdspels . 4anyiseffeatiistilyitaddiCatele; ) • and
•bring.tbes proud, sinner' te.tflierfeet.of Jesus
1., tk t cry ipracFyy r aps:l•to.psteem:Pt4ra-bet-* ,
teT :than,. bi!insplf, The troll flllpwing,„ incidista
is glirelibY way 4"illtittrittum :
l e
.; eDnriiiti• fil l enpioOsis'fira work of grace
r.
radoceitaitiltown!,)it itisii 'happened that a
Vety / witaltily ausi s iefitsed•gentlernarr, a iner
t c i l iffi t lY ,t)he.,,Was,ioOP,ATl4 , lmyrio.usty
~neat,in his perar t preetse irk his habits, a
modal a l ln
, m`ohility and 'Uprightness in all
~.. blieddeilillegs7andnitlealtriviible• ellaillettii,
. likedlip garmetitsointilwitliont spat tai de-
i filementAn the sighted hiszfello*-eseatrirel, , A
")
ialatiTght by; P l e r ikarlTY PC# 61. e r r qi ,to
i rriliib'hin6elf as a stnyer betore_! ~. , and
to preserschiniaelfra a, n artz,Wmatdr,er,
asZis,efroPlilt ' 1 fainui ll 'aVisdik"PsiSpl'e. ~
ertrild 1 414 titiiitel§ellhon - liihibliuth i ova'the
,
„ p;cumeri:ofsGod;to ;therbswekening of the mer
chatto, ppot; l opllipn,,jtving on ; a l smutted ,
„ bliuse,•and i weikring a l 'lSpgrimmetiface, was
hriinglieto' lies e himse)f a lost sinner -' and
, ..,,..., ,„.. .
aalke" eat- blmeath the preaching _ of the
Worti,l midi Ithe Spirit . waii)sedrchingi his-
,
h,e B A tilfesteart,..as , they course&their way,
lf:ilTWElL(l.9onilell down' hie' .Booty .
7,i (.4 .1“..:..:., I nvit e 1,-' ll . .i4O rose
1 ,
At tne same Invite on, e„ for
p . t•ayer, and in a few momenta, with teem= '
u Ming limbs; 'entered :the same peifini which
tht.„pplish,cd v itereb,ent.. WV. 'fitting With
boied head..., Th , ppor. collier„sht;down by.
1 tbeddi; of fus pplushed companion, with no
f oth4r•tiitiukfti•o - r'desire than' to ask," Alen '
! andibiethreik - , What shall 1 , *db ?" arid' to ,
pray, ‘.r,Gii.d:tie merciful .to mite-sinner." ."
93re merphspti_feelirtg a some . nue . by his: •:.•
• sideoissitnyitipty,faised his eyes, and bp- . i,
held,'with' as'Untiluninit, tile collier and fits.
. sPiledPiiiiiiliiur 'it - : once lin ' 'the pride 'cif
; his nature - roeortirlirthepresupiptibia of
thiilitil&kaiikelAild, lire the priest: aniline ,
,Bevite in the parable,la 'gathered up his
;ro)3ir,iil moved suddenly to, the, other end
Of , the pew; but in a moment conviction
; flifiliett upon - hits mind; arid' the I:slackness
,and.t'uiitside bf 'his own: heart 'were pre
sated to him•in Sam:shit isiew;lhat he felt ,
,
-, tits% he wassthe ; vilest:being:on' earth ; that. '•...
the sooty -garments , of the collier were ,•
' V i tt ' compared with his heart in the sight
of 'God; ailiftli t tii he letigiii•ed to be cad'f"
offifOreveefor hieTtidefatfd•rebellion. •
He cried to his offended God for mercy,
and 9,4oo : himself.. wino*, reservis,npun the
Merits of his crucified Lord; and before
u • the aloe of the service, be was, ekabled to
refoliNieti i full t ialVation. lii the Cilucrie of
thiteamiiteliel i ,tilie.Collief siai 4 entitled to
f
' aiiiteise'llkit4' * siailit, and: tsls . "'rejoice in
",, I , the" isardtVii.' o ire 'Chat;
WI iiiltipintkable' r.
.., and thll 'of i icii.• 'Hii'fia'hires besini*, •
: with . ' joy, an ' ilybies hisl#6thi all fbrwist
o
hisvioisled)oli •t !- - ' 3 ' l3T z T -
/ i.haillidar a infieltillevifiliecliseed„tkez m&•12
chluil'•Wessiao lird'auff tbriitfler,qlilbracbd
I hliP4lliallYl'AdY.Oitly isjnicelf ttegether'
la yr i t'll e 11 1 i r ei,or ITV; dull' r e tridj ,
on' 1 Chi is" esAi3: They' 'hilt eived
thE n 10101 * °sliced' God 'as . 'ilia ' ' Children .
Hdftnisioratiffel y siiii the trinisforinations of
3 thfil Gloii:;el l %Pilie .. grace 'of ''Goil ! - And
Bp* tlidic 'lsifitiiiiiiii toibeAffettgilistil the
'“. *Aga aulivilex, the uktes i i kid the
- co r a.,tu'l l sh a tplE,„, iv i e o w s , ..fid . ox...:: ' I .1 3, 130.; : • ! '
.eV ;Fr I g6P,34llfieeigitl1 i 4.:. '...
.. J ' ''
'.:' Tse,Sinl3 o fish V rt. di . —
i i Li , .ii.odeisme:l4. ITR, • i:e•aVor-L:‘if - " .. •
1 bliss co zeturno reign:C.l2nd at livi`
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—Tract J ou rnal.
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