Group Title: Southern Christian advocate (Macon, Ga.)
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Title: Southern Christian advocate
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Publisher: J.W. Burke & Co.
Place of Publication: Macon, Ga
Macon, Ga
Publication Date: October 23, 1862
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Spatial Coverage: United States of America -- Georgia -- Bibb -- Macon
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General Note: Description based on: Vol. 29, no. 1 (Jan. 5, 1866).
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Vol. XXV.-Whole No.

FortheSouthein ChristianAdvoc4te,
Gentle Southron, sister, friend,
To thos we wave our greeting!-
Our hearts are stil repeati ..,! .
But God bb rikised! the phigot's hand
On Ino 1 br e re
Of Lincoln willing minions.

A eAse ds o eer ee u'
Well pleashd to swap their red and blue,
Por stripes little broader.
And gsily now, we grbot the lark
That sines in upper air;
And many a sweet-melodious strain
We, listening, wait to hear.
When peace shall wing her gentle flight,
Back to our abores again;
Ar..) L.berry r- l..IceaI 1- '
Gua every 5....tts:.r* I
Tre-a, Ir. role us...:i i.-1, th: -ni'
L-a Jr tr ete r r tr. r 4..,r
For sylvan sohgs of yore

O 1 atice peed the day
When all our7esqlated laid
ShalLblossom as the rose !
Columbiana,. Ala. MARY HAnals.

at montrius nown.
He sks! The gracious words I hear;
Gen y He bids nie now draw near;
He calls me, and I know His tone,
Ts core hats a and love alone.
No more earth's syrep song has charms
To l er@ur Tt nest a I come,

Thy cross my guide, my star, my home.
Irise and follow Thee,
Thou art my all, above, below; : .
Let every earthly idol go;
My God and Lord, to Thee I come,
M tr a song;hfor whom

O, se k again, O, eak each hour,
8 eaky it s9ait e dr ble heart,
B doubt and unbelief depart, .
And let me cleave to Thee l
Kelso, June, 1862. *

For the Southern Christian Advocate: -
Brother M:-I am writing in a small room by
the bed of straw on which my. first born son,
Jons Enzz.z;xxw TM.I.EY, is now-dying, from the
effects of a wound he received through time
right knee on Saturday evening, 30th Adgust,
while discharging his duty in Co. 5,, 116h Ga.
Regs., in the dreadful battle-of that day on the
plains of Manassas. Amputation of his leg was
.necessary, and. Dr. S. Means, the Surgeon of
has Sept.. performed that pathful operation on
Sunday morning, and on Monday he was sent
to tigisplace. Reached him on TJ.....3,, rncht
the 4th Sept.finding him calm, r.-: jo.. 1, oth...s.,
a murmur at his fate. The wound 14 de-J Her
and gave him but little pain; are II L.:.g..:.1 isy
to-day to have started with him to Richmond to
see his mother. But alas what a sad change
has passed over our prospects. On 22d Sept., he
was taken with an ague and a second one am,
night, on Tuesday morning anoiber ......>::4 s._r,
and again one that night. The los 1 ...1 atren.
tive Sargeon, Dr. Johnson, of La., called to his
aid the best talent and skill in this place, and
all has been done that skill and attention could
do, but only to postpone the dreadful flat..
I soughtan early opportunity to talk with
my son on the subject of religion: he said clar
while lying on the battle field among the 1.- x),
and wounded that night, he gave himself to God
and resolved to devote his life, if spared, to His
service; that he had continued to pray and that
he loved Jesus and willingly submitted himself
toGod's will and was willing to trust Him with
poul and body for timp and sternity-that his
hope was Christ alone.
Since the change on the 284 he has been
most of the time under the influence of medi
cines, so that I could converse but little with
ham at a time. His mother arrived yesterday
andnowaita l.y him Our situationIwill not
@tempt to : aniong strangers, a
Abousand miles from home, with aching hearts
watching the struggle of life and death in our
dear son. The people of Warrenton are kind,
noble, generous: they have done wonders in
serdog and attending on the sick and wounded
soldiers. May God bless them, and keep ths
tideof war fr.:-m ever syn w...ging ...ver their
beantiful town archer rd-: C -at.L.:
11ere are how seen the horrors of ivarin deso-
Isted fields, and suffering humanity. There
wbr$1800ior 2000 wounded soldierabrought into
this place ..f about 15,00 inhabitants-hundreds
of whom were fr..m the battis-field, hungry
sad wishour orberCIOLhth grkstan Wfatar theyhad
on, and these cut and t .ru and L.10 ad. in many
instances thier g,,ping s..:.unds working with
orawling vermin. The ladies, rs *NJ by theiir
husbands. are seen every where. They ares
angels of mercy. nor 10.:< rs on; but
body, carrying lead and helping in %very
way they can to all..synare and e:-othe the
ar.tleror. They didded their and bed
clothing and fed these hundreds as long as they
had wheresub Ic..i.3 H. and until the Govern-
* ment near aid-ror nearly a week---*all were
supported by the inhabitants. When aid did
come from Governn ent, it was inadequate.
Elimely house in the townwasappropriatedtothe
wonuded and a...k. as each family took in as
many as it could. :*ome60 tents wer6 pitched
and these wer..e lille l *1.xrsoldiers, after all the
people could .io, were to be seen lying ona
handful of straw or on thh floor W ground,
without a blaniser to..over their lacerated and
bleedmp basses. My son afterbe hailain in a
slow house from Monday to Tuesday el-ning
-en a blankecondabandfulof azrawwas furniab-
qd by a kmd lady with a straw mattrears on

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which he is how dying. May Goil remember 7 Townend & North at $150, and presented to self determihing will unaided. It is God that is subsidized by and ptostituted to the world,
ter in mercy ''fIt that day.'( he O-114.+ by Rev. A. H..Lester of the So. Ca vorketh in you both to will mid to do? God, and in aid of depravity and corruption.
Later.-The night of the 29th was a night of '- r.I. rr-in 2. LyelPs Geology and 11 vols. of Dy his Spirit, helps you to form the resolution, A shrewd, cunning, ambitious man, if he can
sain, anxiety, deep unutterable emes.- s. 11 a l* e *ul7 .1 of the Philadelphia Congress eon aid then He helps you to put theyesolution into enlist in his favor the passions, the prejudices,
atorkneeledITyhiscoucha'nd pour 1-:.,,r.-,. winingrI,,r proceedings to1789, contributed practice. ortheinterestsof themembereof theChurches,
soirls ihaprayer foi* the sufferer. He a st....i co.- *** &--1--:- Esq., making with the Annals.ef 'l'he truthof the view wecontendforkfurther may very easily persuade them to overlook, as
so pray for himand almost sidfocated with emo- 06ngressbeforeinlibraryavaluableDocumentary seen in the fact that the sinner is .12me.s .r. An neershk. the grosser means of corruption to
ion, silent prayer yielded to sobs and prayers. Ifistory of the country to 1860. 3. A collection Scriptures for rejecting this. Divine ardia.-r.c.:. st.I. L 6 Any be for their sakes compelled to .
At the close, Iasked him if he loved Jesus, of classical and standard woks given by sundry showing at the same time that it is not resort, to seogre the influence and support of
lfe answered "yes." I asked him if he .was persons and forwarded to College by Rev. J.. T. stresistible, those who must be reached in that way; and
going to heaven; he said, "I hope so? And Wightman.. 4. Sundry books and contributions "But they (theJewis) rebelled and vexed IIis success sends him out to the world an honored
wanted us all to meet him in heaven. He then *II nr 61 fi- LA.E.McCorquodale Holy Spirit, therefore he was turned to be their and honorable man. It is very easy for us to
threw his arms around his mother's neck Mid I. x ...r H.:..:.k, pen M.:4 aid ready tobe sent enemy, and He foughi again-1 them... persuade ourselves that those things which are
returned her fond embrace and kisses, sent 6 1 **'k-,F. ,- "Ye stiff necked, a n.1 ur.. -reur... wed in 1,- *** 'lone by highly honored men, and by which the
her a kiss to each of his sisters and one by rm. : me ars.ri w--sier. .f to, Or roarence will be and ears, ye do always resist the Holy Ghost; as honoris procured, are at least justifiable if not
40 his brother Willie now in Gen. Bragg's army, held at Spartanburg C. H., it is respectfully your fathers did, so do e,, praiseworthy.
The struggle lasted until Tuesday, Sept. 80th, suggested to the liberal friends of the College, oHe, therefore, that despiseth, despiseth not Thus, while the Church as a body may hpJd
at 2 o'clock, P. M., when the tranquil, happy that a fine opportunity is presented for further. man, but God who hath also given unto us Bis out to the world, as its creed, truth and purity
spirit was released from its clay prison. The enriching the hbrary. Holy Spirit and righteoneness, the great mass of the indi-
casket was broken and the Jewel was gone. He All contributions will be thankfully received "Quench not the Spirit,, .viduals composing itshowavery differentereed,
was borilin Sparta, Ga., on11th Nov. 1841, and and obeerfully conveyed to he College by the ifear the Church: "The condition of their rule of practice. They do not "show
fell asleep in Jesus Sept. 30th, 1882. He was members of Conference. A. M. Smar. after the fall of Adsm is such, that he cannot their faith by their works," and what the indi-
corporal in Co. K,, 11th Ga. Regiment. turn and prepare himself, by his own;natuial viduals of the Churches do, constitutes the
We can never forget the many acts of kind strength and works, to faith, and calling up. n charader. the power and the miluence of the
ne s of the citizens of this place an ieinit or a so hern ch a 0. H oswherefore w havepnobCwerdto do 17 en the individuals of the Churches carry

for the brotherly solicitude for our son .and s the grace of God, by Christ preventing us, that out in their pubhc acts, the same principles they
ourselves. Bro. J. H. Watson was a kind and .. ... .nr. To may have a good wiU, and working withus adopt as to their private intereste-when they
affectionate brother and his amiable wife, a sister when we have that good will.>> select their agents for their purity and integrity
to us in all our trouble. We conceive that the view set forth in the God must come to ushefore we can come to of.character, meh who will yse the power con-
Bro. Watson kindly isttended to all tiecessary first member of this sentence is erroneous, be- Him. How erroneous to represent that there is ferret upon them with an eye single tothegood
arrangements for the burial and had his re. cause it represents man as repenting andbelievo a space intervening between mail and Divine of the coupti*y, rather than as a stepping stone
mains deposited in his private lot, in the burying ing without Divine assistance. The idea is this: influence, and that man must get up and come for their own advimeement, then will there go
ground, to wait the resurrection morning. Our man discovers intellectually that he is ma lost to God--place himself in the way of the Gospel, ourfrom the Church all over the land a great
first born sleeps in the old Midway Church condition, and, having a self determining will' before spiritual power is brought to bear upon and powerful influence in favor of morality and
burying ground in Liberty co., Ga., our oldest he can, withoubanysupernaturalagency, resolve him. How much more consonant with the religion; But now "they strengthen also the
son on an eminence overlooked by the Blue to be a Christian; he can, in his own strength, Scriptures to tell man that, although they are hands of evildoers; thatnone dothreturnfrom
Ridge in Warreziton, V4. I hope to meet them arise and go to his Father; he can forsake his spiritually dead, the Holy Ghost has gone out his wickedness."
again, sins and receive Christ as his Saviour, and when after them---is now inclining them to come to What public man is there, or what man seek-
O my brother, the kindness we have received he has done this he is accepted and pardoned. God. Divipe influence is already at work; see ing to advance his interest with the public who
from those Christianfriendamollifies and soothes He himself, unaided by the Holy Spirit, may that you do not resist it, but concur; yield to is restrained from evil, by the fear of the frowns
heartssodeeplywoundedandthekindsympathy put himself within the range of spiritual influ- the promptings of the Spirit, and it will leard of the Church? Not one.
of those who went with us to the grave to bury ences, and then he is sayed. His self determin- you to saving faith in Christ. Wait not for a I know, that some mezi make a distinction
our boy have poured a cordial on our lacerated Ing will is sufficient to bring him to Christ. convenient season; the Spirit of God is always between moral and -political honesty. A Chris-
hearts. May God.reward them. And havmg reached the point where Divine in- operating or ready to operate. Wait not for tian has no right to draw any such distinction.
One half of the wounded who have been in fluences operate, if he continue in that position, God's good time; that good time is now; "Be. Divine authority has said, "He that is awfust in
this place are Georgians, not one of whom has he will be finally saved in heaven, hold now is the accepted tide; behold .now is the least, is nojust sileo in much,"and nothing
been neglected.. They were all, from each State, How different from this are the teachings of the day of salvation Insuran truer is to be found in the Bible.
treated alike, and had they possessed the means the Scriptures ? Man is there said to be dead, Justice.and trutharethegreat, high attributell
they would have made every wounded soldier dead in trespasses and.sins, spiritually dead. of God, the loftiest virtues ofman, the great
comfortable. Naturally, he is as completely separated from For the Bonusern ChrisMan Atlyeeste, foundationB of the security, safety and happiness
The enemy in great force had dpont weeks in God as the soul of the deceased man is separate HOW CHRISTIANITY SHOULD CONTROL of nations as well as of.izidividuals, and when a
and around the town. They had taken much from the body, or as our first parents were, after IN POLITICS. man can bring himself to believe that his inter-
from the inhabitants, their servantshorses, cattle they had partaken of the forbidden fruit. Will Ihave read with much attention and interest est requires him to depart from them in one
and whatever the soldiers wanted, and destroyed you say to a dead man, he remaining in a state your article headed "The Dignity of the Churchy ease, he can in all. E.
plantations wild fences. They. took away trace of death, arise--go to yonder place, put yourself You and I would have Christianity produce
chains, destroyed barns, threshers, and out to within reach of certain machinery which is in precisely the same effects upon the people and
pieces the wheat fans. But the tidings reached operation, and thus be brought to life? The the country; butif I understand you, correctly, Forthesouthern chrisuan Advocate.
them about noon on Sunday, 24th August, coldness and inertness of the man after having we would attempt to reach the result bjr different AN OLD MINISTER FALLEN.
that Gen. Jackson was in their rear, and that received such a command world .rebuke the processes* Rev. Wm. Holmes, was born the 4th July
mighty bost was thrown into utter confusion* folly of him who issued it. The thing Is impos You seem to think the Church has too littleto 1786, and departed this life in Atlants, Ga.
and many of them were made to bite the earth sible. Lazarus must first be-operated upon by do with legislation: in my opinion the diffloulty Aug. 16th, 1862.
in those fearful battles of the 28th, 29th, 30th divm ty before he can come forth from the grave' lies not here; but it is, that the Church, zion in This venerable servant of God wasblessed
August, On the 31st, our wounded began to So it is with the dead ediner. Will yokx teU its collective capacity, butasindividuals, mingles even-in his earliest years with the prayers and
pour into Warrenton, when, as I have said, they him, while he is destitute of the operations of the Church too much with the world, got wifb counsels offious parents who labored diligently
were.cared for by the kindestof hearts and moist the Holy Ghost upon his heart, to arise from his the view of making the world better, but for to train him up for usefulness in the Church of
liberal hands of i Christian people.. The Ga., present position, and go by the force of his own their own personal adfancement, for the grari Obrist. They were Attached to the Associated
Relief and Hospital Association, through its will, and .throw himself at the feet of Jesus ? fication of some of their worldly passions, or tiw ReforniedChurch, ag( the subjectofthis sketch
P .ed. telegraphed Dr. ()amalt, the agent in Jesus himself would correct the dangerous error promotion of some of their worldly interests itpoin arriving at his majority was duly adnianed
li .:hn..-n-s to send to Warrenton supplies and by emphatically declaring to us, ''without He Under the influence of these motives, they dp. to the same commanders and ch.-rii) abrrrall. r
ex,.-o r .. i.--rribute them. Dr. Camah had already ye can do nothing," and again by repeating the as members of the body politic, and as the> was promoted to in-- 015.:+ of a Runng E..aer,
the service of Mr. White of Augusta, Brother words of St. Paul, "I can do all things through persuade themselves, for the public good, why As thiq period of his life father Holmes Inid a
Crumley and myself to accompany him to this Christ, which strengtheneth me." they would not do in their individual capacity. form of godliness, bus as he afterwards learned
place, and was nia.king every effort to get' off No-the Gospel may not be likened to a st** where their own private interest alone was in was a stranger to the power thereof. Haymg
when the telegram reached him. I was within tionary thing which la always at work, and will evolved. been taught she way of the Lord more perfectly
25 or 30 miles of this place when I received the save orily those who, not having beezipreviously For.example; who would trust all his world he resolved to seek for the fullnessof the bless-
o lings of my own son's misfortune. operated upon by the Spirit, come to it; but it interests to a man of si:knowledged depravity of mg of the Gospel of Christ. After a brief but
The first supply being inadequate, a second is a Heavenly messenger, which goes out after morals, one who was known to be soentirelysel earnest struggle he obtained a knowledge of
and then a third shipment was made, and man,,invites him, finds him in his deplorable fish, that he would unt.e..t.itingly .est ...- every che forgiveness of his sins and flad the wishess
still in some things we were deficient. The conditionof morst death and quickens him, thus interest of his employer to his own, so utterly in himself of his adoption into the family of
agents visited every Georgian, hunted thezil up giving him the power to come to God. And destitute of moral principle as to have r... God. About it.L. unse de.. traral asses Murb
and ministered to them as far as possible. Bro. man thus made able can forsakehissins and ggide, but his own passions, appetites and us] to en r..nday Calvan..t.e ur.-serment a reaucal
Crumley wentouttothe ba t1e field, and vicinity, trust in the Redeemer. selfish interests ? Yet inen of all Churches wall enange. Tr a wrn.ngs or LY asson and Florener
to look after Georgians, and was wellaigh taken Hear still farther the teachings of the 86rip- aid in giving to jushuch men the management and Wesley contributed materially to this result
prisoner by the Yankees. tures on this important subject: "You hath he of the great affairs of the public, because they Henceforth, he embraced the Arminian Theolo-
The savage and outrageous conduct of the quickened who were dead in trespasses and may expect, in some way, to have some per- gy and after prayerful deliberatioh united with
Yankees should be published to the world. sins." sonal feeling gratified, or some personal inter- the M. E..Church. From this time we ite his
Ab6ut 50 of them went into the buryig round "Work ottt your own salvation, for it is God eat promoted.. Who would be willing to put his proper religiouahistory. His seal began post to
at this place, while Pope's army occupied this that worketh in you, both to will and to do of son under the tutelage of such a man.:Yet their exhibit itself in abundant labors as a layman.
coliptry and rode over the graves of our soldiers, his own good pleasure." sandsof men of all Churches tell their sons by In 1822, however; .he was.licenaed to presoli,
ran their bayonets, and one fired his gun, into "No man can come to me except the Tar be r oner acts, sk, a much are the men tabe honored and was afterwards successively.ordained to the
the graves. Cowards epuld only do such things, which sent me, draw him." and trusted; and however arrongly they may olikes of deacon and elder in the house ofGod
A negro man brought a fine rosewood piano to "Whey he (the Coinforter) is come, he will endeavor to impress upon the minds oI their As a preacher, he was earnest and indefaugs
town and sold it for a trifle to a Yankee who reptoye the world of sm, of righteousness apd ] sequ the importance of virtue andinra-g,.r1, ar..s 1.1., so bla larback He nor out, preached to rhe
boxed it up and sent it North. They abused all of judgment." ( however they may by their itets re thens great c.:.ngregratac 0. but he taught from house to
the churches and stole the communion table When themultitudes;on the day of Tent abrea thingsare imjiortantin th- burst.I.. rease, an city ar.-1 tr. country Be delighted
and the fine chairs from the altar of our Church cost, heard the preaching of Peter, they were employment of pfivite life, they to--.' lored.Iv greativ .0 cult.vating abs waste places of Im-
and sent them away North, of course. not only enlightened, intellectually informed, impress upon thens the conviction, to at t bu-- m steel lined, s.n-i man;. of these neSlected
I hope the committee appointed by our Con- but they were "pricked in their hearts, and said things, so far from being necessary to honor and localities here made to .blossolit as the gardefi
gress will collect and publish to the world the unto Peter and the rest of the apostles-Men distinction in public life, are a hindrance to it., of the Iaord which, wi for his miles, would bare
account of the outrages of which they have been and brethren what shall we ds?" Thievae list Who would trust his most iMportant private been oursedand combered with poleonous
guilty-that the geperations yet unborn may the miraculous, but the ordinary and saving interests to a habitual drunkard ? Who would weeds and unsightly branables. The ar pe of
know how vile a race the Yankees are. operations of the Spirit. "No man can say that be willing to confide the control and nianage- his ministrations was in his palmier days of a
The country from Rapidan on to W .r..-nt:.n, Jesus is the Lord, but by the Holy Ghost." ment of his own private estate to the "ugust high order. His exep-tical talent was rarely
over which I have passed and I am told on to Hope-maketh got ashamedhecause the.1.w.. ,{,wear.] "; 7, a th.:.m ar*.- thou and .-in tau..:r. 4.cau.-.i-r, a 1.4.< sa., powerful and L.mappeals ,
Fairfax C. II.; eighteen months or two years of God is shed abroad in our hearts by the 11ca., mad..e... Ir5.:. w. I -1.0 pulls; ince moor, sm- ro Ibe e.:.h c en.:e .:.1 theigna.r were thrithrag as
igo was as prosperous as any pqrtion of the Ghost which is giVen nisto us." p.,rtant ..IE. win an wra:. they know will use the a trump.-1 b s:-1 .La respeers he per.*onal par-ty,
Confederacy. It was likithe gardenof thelord, We are to come to God by prayer; but "We power.conferred upon them; for their private, ifw, war.- [.. g...s ..rt, rance so our whole nears,
but is now desolited, and theie does not appear know not what to pray for as we isnght'," there- sectional or party interests. And they do this, it world bb regarded as the expression of mis-
on the track where Pope's army passed anything fore, "thaSpirit helpeth ortrinf2rmities? "The boosuse they expect io be participants of the taken friendebip. He wea s staunch believer
for even the few remaining families tosubsipt spiritofgraceand supplications"mustbepoured spoilamitmatters.nothow-itmaybeingetting in As doctrine of. Christian perfection, Re
upon, out upon us- odice, or the gratification of f usion. Or the pro loved in his latter years to dwell uponite in his
OLordhow longskall the sword drink the WearetocometoGodbyrepentancebutthe motionafprivateinterestine...mealas: way. aermoits and exhortations, and to talk of it
blood of our fathers, sons and brothers. Is mercy power to repent must be given to so 1., There ir. not one man in a thousand of them aroundathe fireside. I have as doubt he was a
-clean gonciforever? Shall our landbe made & "Him hath God exalte4with to r..*ral to, who w.11 n..t asil you tr at r....=u..h man ought i.:. manctilled man for nearly a half centurjr. His
perpetual desolation anc1 the. temples of our be s Prince im4aSaviour for t-*(4.- rey.EDLafare tre put fl ipif te 6114 BiBO ORE Qf $OD {*[ threal >Tal's RDU 10tDpt;4.5 &Dd Bellotts were all a
God be forsaken? to Israel, and the forgiveness of sins." are ready to make one exception in :.cor of harmany wub abs. highest at) le of Chr"arianity.
Brother Myers, I can still say the Lord is our "When they heard these things they held his partionlar favorite. You object so my And, while be was nor exemps from unitary,
refuge and strezigth. And though he slay me, their yeace arid glorified God, saying : Then favorite en account of his want of moral .:Mare. yout s morall) CHLair.I Lhat bia single alm and
still will I trust in Him. hath God also to the Gentiles gived repentance ter; I object to yours on. accoimt of 1118 da n. Im -uperne d.-oire was v. glortly God tra his
Affectionately, your afflioted .. untolife? kenness-yet while we admit that a file ar.d by his denLh
Brother in christ, "In me.ekness instructing those that oppose manofbadmoratcharacteror a drunkaratu.uld F. rr evenal yeara father Holmes had rw.ided
J. W. TALLEY. themselvesifGodperadventure, willgivithem beelectedto office, each of usaticks to hu in talbDLa.hDd ic ia but:-beer guerice lonay that
say.u-make 1.:- use .seks.:.wledging of use truth." candidsitc:-instead of hunting up one who its his praise was in all the churches of this oily.
it 0 .1..(.:.: 11.10 re- renew usetu store. c.t-o.:..r.ous to none of these charges. _Why? In the midstoftentimesof4eepafEliction,.bodily
7 * s ... a entrance," etc. Sqegasethere is siome selfish feeling ly which and mental, he prosecuted his work of faith and
Donate.*.' T L* .**1 LE.ui L i- We an- 1.. ..:.... l.::G.>.11.3 bills 6, imth is we .ue controlled, a...a: personal feeling or laboreflove. Much othis4imeviras.accupied
thegill.:.r al.:.J. nell s. th.- actu rb= u-earture pas=ion.. b.. graulied...omegrivate Int.-le a to in vensue.ns et abe nek and an thedigtri ation
-We acknowledge withgratitudetothedonors "Lord, I I..a., e, rn-sp trace 10.5 ord,, hes.* two.ubserved or Pablesand Inst.5,and therearefewdeathose
the following valuable contributions to the This C-..J -1.A e. t t.y ,-,a trag an allate.r rd use. WeblE Ene, perhaps, prefers his candidae for means use corporate kn..u. of Atlanta
libraryof Wofford College, yis: 1. Thelondon nation. >.ut to regars.-ouig turn sub nughs these restifies, Abegree they dat do anst revise his precaus memory.
Polyglot Bible :,t.YA-.i 185fixi 8 vols, folio, 1.. to-5p at r she.can--r man. qualliv ham for the..mpray** r Barrie.-;- whaob we I have to.ers informed that only the Sabbath*d by Bryou When, with the.Heptaglot At use very our---[ of the 01rnisincelue there may requtre of bam-we w.aral lum to serve as previous to braidecease he walked not less than
Lexicon by Castell. The.original cost of the rountbe afixedreholutionto forsake sin and to ,and not me public. Mar mih-s and preached two i.ermous. On
'work wadig00; b'nt it was generously mold by substitioChrist. But thiacomep notifrommank. -Thus yorsee the moral power of the mmah Tuesday, thereafter, ho ld isin class sy Trinity

their example and authority, I ave done much DELAY-TilE MAILS. ences which can be held; sad if by the occupation
to encourage and promote religio a in our unity. A necessity has twen is a upon use Oh! thit the number ofanch offleers were large abree weeks, tisat has debred the inue ly increased. Advocate beyond its u-ual time. Our engree Es' meet m fact for thens, from ini-necessay of use
Ba ss to the character and work of Chase ?' H'.un f ordi-r ad we have had to walk Oil e-we, and authorize the Genesal Giluresence to
lains, we fear that very m any of thern ha e me. ..ur sheet at upsther .dfic We hope in a peel. as jt or me G -neral .
well considered I,1se.r the spirouse -rt we to corn- up to, she. In view of uw sorquxug. t.nes me to uw proper
instructor- of hunateds of sold els.-who consti. We receive freq west, complaints from sub every any al panferrace, as its ass*xt wraud,
tute properly their pastornI charie. Tuey eveni -er b-rn, curse to. y do not get sh-ir pasers. WE should pus a resolumn audsorssing alwBa-rsops
1.. us s.. that their only bu iness is to preleb, ,are sali-ti d that our own work in slan maibus to ball aGeneral Conference; and an to annual
and as the o] p tronities liar re gular preaching leparam7r.1 has 0. ver b en so we I done as is conferences will have a full attendato*, and
are few ad Mr between, they severn to L mis to .w is. U tril our us edernery wasde(angerl, the wishes of die chure be ry wood be bener met
that there is nothing for than to d -, but to spear was tu aled eno a week this nu onwr m(re by adopting in a resoluuou shedele arris a ready
rem lin in their qu a ters and associate me here paractually train u-stal. 8 to be cor. pl inits:ise elected, than ly elecorag others 8 save of the
oflit erp. and perhaps improve s hr ir m sads hv 00< confined towhi- Adonate. We ting IIat nil u sferences connos be repres Men except by

who les j el hk sity i wth us a ub de make he ede3 uom
s asce-ly know ri <-su. Tay me -eldom effi it, inese no doubt thus, in some instances a go ply because to cannot hold a avasion and
the tentsof time privates or m nglinic we tree,,, mans-r wrol their loofing sr ends get he d c n inidelegation,
q so Isimits, social in rouse. The consor n ene papers fir-1, ad the outs rab rs aver a lu, vote of the hyatual Conferences. empow.
subbe r 0 ses non reg.r I sttele Couplain, as he h* m arresw r is. ering time Bishops, if they think proper, to con-
idends. T-meed they use tward 0 as she> b ve .. vene a General Conferencewhen neerimply that
aUnaplain, ami tons have, peainly heardbus, at will be dobvened, or ought to be convened;
preach as 0.- or live 4 Mac when ther are a ck. Dec. Sauov RELEABEf) -We learn, say4 d These clieumstances filt the pie ent. IL seema
be n. vt vbits th v; we a they are dyiou. the / 8 a ,i tall ten an famin f to me ibougide nobindb5cor v ned. F 2 81 dwn

r wI o rom II he b en rete ir< in ri r 8 a y ru m a
I unt w cr as of J us no 1 do in apira to a to rei u. GI no R des m tens re d had r he would put use hi tool with b credited, wome of his time, if not who y na-

r ja 0 e > se nor n e I i\ i 1 1 jiso be W s is g I arguwne neemas er da no I am an
un- open grave to porto us n we to I to-seve and Tney should, at, all events, by likenngeld visits,
so rum s. Ivic a. wh ch 11.* Os ulch has appoint. setu-ed. He was fu quern ly a if-re do parole i few and for between. When laild at the right
e.t as peop.r Ulso sitan busi.11, and wb ch,.0 w1sich he refused so accept, upon the ground tune and in the.right way, they areofgreat, sm
.enutifully, in (1 e words a 1 Jesus himWell, pnh t thus use are prance of his lit esif upoit any eart ontance to the CHurch
o idle gi reous resurrectis n of the dead. Let of parole work be in -onse extent, an acks ow Let us db the best we can with our predent
no one think, that I have I aimed t* o darkly ; ladyment. Last, the vi:e larant had a right to covege of Bishops, Confeierfee boundaries, Mu. -
but when pu shall move r-a soldia ra and arseat som, which Dr 8. d nied-holding that oqury Conabitution, in short, with the Disciphne
Mile ru sa. I use done. you will very posih'p under no rule of end is it waifus had he any as tois, until the times shall be more favorable for
tumk that I have so.acely given shades exactish right, so surest a quire ch a-n who was not in thpe e o i2roe the Episcopacy," and the
to the pictu.e. ar no nor menvely engard in the war in ally I still believe the Confederacy will be carried
Now, what is the result of all this wantof capacny Afur every device had failed, he was through the fearful trial to which it has been
faithfulness on tiw part on the Chag la as ? In Twoondilionally released. subjdered; but whoeazi foresee what of it will
the first 111xce, he himselfis prety sureto remainatterthismalignantmirofemancipation,
b sekslide ope taly sometimes; and, if not so. at THE FLORIDA CONFERENCE. sutjug stion, or annipilation, shall be brought to
least in 11e heart. He is in time hourly veghet W b. u-ed by Bidso > Andrew to a close ? 11.e 5 ...t. e o' so many thousands of
of lid and athis tecensui6i briopha cusse annous 11 ate requtst of tke scrid n- 1 em r e w r o u ,1 r *

what a Camplain ought to do arid to be. los" thin t ad e rev sday-Wednes- nhuruberoflourenem -e ,
confidence in his character as a Chrasian mini* day-as at first announced, iA complied with and the waves, and let there be a calm! Let
inter, or else they lose cr afidence in the truth --- not this beaut ful land continue to be made
and vitality of religion itself. And the e flimes Tax OsonorA CONFERENaz-Our attention has ,, a us .sr .
who know what he ougat to doiustead of being been called to the fact, that the Georgia Confer- L r, I
made better by his speed attention, despise enceis notifi.=dtomeeton 25th November, which But if I ruth e y wil(tax all his en-
him or his religion; and, worst of all, Jons, is Tuesday. We are informed by Bishop Pierce ergies for our destruction, we must tax all our
who redeemed these sheep, and appointed h rn that thisis a mistake. The Conference opens on energies for our defence. The season on which
their shepherd, will hold him to an awful Wednesday. 20th November, we are.entering wilt probably seal our fate;
account in the great day of the manifestation of "" therefore let every energy be developed, and the
conscience. Perhaps the great error in the THE ANNUAL AND bGENERAL CONFER- God of nations be humbly, and eainestly, and
matter has been the appointment ofimproper ENC 1.r .-verb cly iaplan I to "command deliver,
men to Chaplaincies. Young men of imperfear Afr. Editor,-Bome of the preachers express a so,-... 1,., .F .es.'- \\..ta Lye, Jackson and Hall
cultivation and of scare ly anye xperience have. ( abing or n alp isor irbeticabi d a 11 Va anisMand i ryland---for that ood old
through th6 management ani influence of cle case as is now:-tands, is a plain one. We doned; with Beauregard in the C.rolinas and
friends, secured the appointment. They are must irot fail to hold the session. Those who Ge not, perhaps, sueb men As the Church to which Ianves right to speak inform me that our friends eto, in Kentalsy and Tennesse-:.'will. 0 nern
they belong would have recommynded for the at Auburn eirpers and desire to entertain the Jie Johnston, (as is hoped) in M.-a sq .i. In
appointment. They may be good men, busthey preachers. We have mes thernt-erpre, and need direct the valor of Price and Van Dorn; with
have but little knowledge of human natureany no endo-vement as to use hosynday of the citi- Forney in 1Robile, eic; with enFg stened and
perhapeaveryimperfeccknowledgeoftisemiselve, a on of Aobu n. Tiwy, however, will adow of undrgeticefforts to barricade our rivers, supply
They are sharee y out of theirrovidate as Chria. on so psi n-make yourrangemetrisbuteuch our commissarist, furnish manations, ete.; and
tian mini ters.-havq but little expedence of the asarenWolutelys.ecasury los ouressieraniument abovealband with all the am sion an Ible-r.....g
power and spirituality of relagion, and conse I'sw question is asked, wheel or all the members of licaven, we may trust f...r is -w*Cre.=ul.anue.
shou a nuend the seeinon, I would r 4ner have The Tuskaloosa Female College opeded-this
quently have but little weight, of character, and sklimb ice badly prepared to grapple with the him my opinion. Ida not thinits at should at --r..l ..nprece -i.-..r...i a. 2...y i>arn-r opening Is. wal
drances and diffloulties wmeb the y will leave to M any who ase us the way sun not attend; <.,rt.,- pot. o 1, t, a e-r ne non us I us a God days.
encounter in the army. Perhaps they are who are as distant pyints cannot attend without P.esident Saunders is ais excellent. O amm ao of
thrown into nione inanediate a sociation whis peat, isso..nvenience and expes ae, and we mu=$ Ways and Means, awl seetas to len av sus to
ungodly < fileens, who have no revelence for husband at] our floategist resources, for we know build the well in tr>ubmits times. His mosdal-
religion; who regard their Chaplain as an igno. not whist evil shall be upon use earth; we are polished wife has ratione I to her do sis whis
camus, and cans. quently have no sea pect for, a ready iii great ear me, how much greater awais beelch improved. Al th eat stri ar it led is*
bi, personal character an a would feel a special us God only knows! All use presubug elders, oept one; which is is eg th I will was be co*
grat lication, in casing him to assmble and if po-able..should be litement; also, Chuference a sp ed by ag unican an of fi te skwrna as and
flio,-w, menub to of sm c.unt B surds, co:urnite **aps to tenet." I hop* gol ed Deaten rry and
impr b :Pa 8 a Do omen a k. Is y ex n 1 nddidates othrsto tt yk at act aur or dw till
utterly be ekslidden are m were levaty of ourra'" on fi 1 of reard ful eturaim of statistics; es ters be as enage sings, gi Aust steer clis ai-

te ?seems tomothat a Chaplain should first, of I the a n arse indy with th m o is it. Thh, 8
sil, he a mass wise who is th..cougal" relig one m hears and too preti.ung eners be a relus to preserve .ne SIX MO'FFIISUNDER filE GLOUD -Ro. TV,
e ul, a man a arise and ag od share of a analc couratio. 8, en:.,1ram. Yes y charge, time
sword abuse, w eland rely ci from all c a-4. in the arco.1-** ow season. I am starfi d the b ra p.P.. see, Opbville, it was with b.eynixets w....t ..--A sish
starr of mudi rayer and punise.Whibumfiny: who ago presse- is our 4.umetence, w 11take no to olive, and the brows of their we r yrs were
who walsave totalkto701ismb u re-ngon- execpnontoonese-ugg.anune; and.moreover: lan s cows S>u an
Jan ints a kma look and a kared soul for every 100 ..os son, he win make. F. 7 e. ...,. 6 [.. al.
d r I u

Church, and on Wednesday night conducted doing their work as faithful representatives of
the Prayer-meeting at the same Church. On the Divine Governor. When this is done, the
Saturday, he attended the 'morning Prayer* individual members of thechurchivill no longer
meeting at Wesley Chapel; I called on him to aid in elevating to office drunken and profane
offer the opening prayer. He prayed with and infidel aspirants-or meat notoriously guilty
as niabin fervor and im anitybbut, tece of despising the plainest.precepts of morality.

partially paralyzed. Hp was conveyed to the Men will beelectedto office for their Intelligence,
residence of his daughter, (Mrs. Davis,) where their honesty, their patriotismtheiruprightness
he was soon attacked with apoplexy, which of character, their virtue,. their moral worth,
terminated fatally in a few hours. He was Party success, avdilability, a chance for -1.. p. .1-
unconscious of any suffering and passed away of office, personal appeals, bribery, will then no
as gently as to a.night's repose- longer set wicked and corrupt men in the high
*Likoflowereasseternue." places in the land. .
In his domestic relations father Holmen was Neither will our legislators, when these
worthy of all commendation. The flame of principleelate, ignore the precepts ofOhristian.

"t","""; ..... 0 hee) ownivd n 1Wer mo ,r no
in heaven, or else striving for its attainment. it was attempted to make penal some low vice
May the surviving members*of the household -we believe cook-fighting-just then very
t.dlow him "even ashe followed Chris(" Popular. An educated and religiously renres
October, 1862. W. J. 8, member- our own immediate representative--
p)irsed it with great z=al, declAring shat vi is
bodyhd sorightto legislate on moral que-
ions." We told him afterward th*L he did no
Sathern grishan anocate
fraud, which the law had und rtaken to) unish
OHURCH AND STATE. -and that if he were as likely to suffer as nanch

edtta 1 n iour s2 o aHu a has man epa7on o ope yr nMg cl 1 ing
dignity be was from violence and theft, he woubt b
the Church," in which article the writer claims among the first to guard Against the dang* r. b
that he seeks, thesatne end with orirselves, but making these low crimes penal, and slans b
if he understand us, would differ as to the views of his legislativeduties.[were determire d in
means used. So far as his excellent article sellish considerations, and not by what waer ght
reveals his methbd, we do not difer with him; and wrong iis the abstract. And s> it was and 8.
and we presume he has not fully understood us Men legislate to protect their persons ad p o-
As the topic is one of greaspracticalimportance' perty-to save their lives and their money, not
we will explain our views more fully---nad the as God would have them do, to protect soci ty
more readily now while the old foundations are from corruption, and to stay that fl >od of do
unsettled, and God seems to be calling upon His pravity which Bis code-the Ten Corn nant-
Church to renew her youth, and to take a ments, the foundationof all law-seeks tearnet'
strongerholduponallthevitalquestionsofthe Inallfutureelectionswe would nevervotefor

dk rnd them oeg a n an> that representative, though a personal friend,
because we thought he had no proper view of

hd Tadd im re ao yt I 1 o his moral obligations as a legislator for the peo

byae practical am-1 hh h es u Whatwehavesaidmayserveasanillustration
well.discussed. of what we mean by the Church governing the
world, by the infusion of its principles into
We again assert that the Church is Christ's legislation. We would have the same moral
body-the complement of Himself-that for it knonesty, scrupulous consolentiousness, severe
aU things exist, that for is He wields all power' justice, high-toned honor, and respect for the
and that, finally, the saints as an organized body Divine law determine the Christian legislator and
if we may so speak, Will its Another.statedbeing ruler in performing thedutiesof their respective
he exalted tonitpretiledominion in the universe; stations, and the Christianvotersimplacing them
under their Divine Head. They ishall reign in those stations, as should govern themin those
with Him, being His vicegerents, governing his things which they do avowedly under a sense of
other subjects by the holy law of love. TLis religious obligation.
we believe, the Scriptures amply teach. Argu Had we not already extended these remarks

rC espire ,w le hh yIf mi so far, we would further illustrate our meaning,
body in Christ-is of paramount dignity-high by showing how the Church bas voluntarily ab
dicated that throne upon which its Head placed
aboverepublios, kingdoms, and empires-over it, by yielding to the maxims and conventional
senators, arMies, and constitutions-that these laws of fashioninpleasure seeking
lass exist only for the sake of the Church and in frivolity, in petty vices, in following thefulse
toinaintainthat order in the world, which gives and fpolish.maxims and customs of unsanctified
it securityuntil ite Divine principles shall every ocial life, in doing the deviPs task-only bap-
where prevail, and the law of God become uni- tizigg it by some Christian name-and in a
versally the law to man. Therefore we asy' thousand other ways, bywhichtheworld is made
that even now the Church has a right to be the Church corrupted, God disbonored,
heard in all legislatilterinestions, to have voice worse,
in all the deliberations of cabinets and councils and isouls sent to perdition. We could show,
toexerciseits influence in all the great move' that just so far as men are aided in forgetting
ments of the race, to dictate from her code to God and neglecting salvation by membersof the
the legislators of a country, to demand that her Church, so far the world gives law to the Church
whichby submitting to the usurpation, reverses
severe rule of action should regulate the pub ie the Divine administration, vacates her high
conscience, to reign over the nation as well as oilice, abandons her glorious prerogative to rule,
over the individual, in a word, that the Church and casts away her crown. But for the present
should give law to the world. these hints must suffice,
Now, let us no be misunderstood. We do
not claim this right for any Church as an organ.

drbo% tesN a Modr u &, Ca i ARMY CHAPLMNS.
centers or an established Caurch, should make Some months ago, I gave through the Advo.

el ast il H i atge I cm g kbtl Ca 18a sths t ri s egin 8.
and uniting all in one, shalL Bimself assume The Government had, it was thought, made a
the government over all. .For such a right we very improper enactment in reducing the ambu3
cannot contend, with the light of history before af the Chaplains to fifty dollars per month
us, developing, asildoestLe fact that hunianity vbibh all believed was insufficient to support a
is so miserable a thing, that it cannot at its bes Chaplain with a family. Well, the pay w,,,
estate preserve the Caurch that is in powei caiEed, and it was hoped that the regunawt
f.omthegrossestcorruption. Tokeepit pure. Youldbesuppliedwithsuitablereligiousansizoc-
it must be kept in humble circumstances, and ion; but we fear that thus far such has no,
even persecution is better for it, than th. been the result. Ju many of the regimense; s.,,.
world'/fawningandfavor. Nor has the Church understand, there are no Chaplain; perisi pa
any tights o(legslation on ro.:.Lal -uij-es. It because in some imitances the colotunemy
hasreceived the lawfromits 11-..1. T..s-c>.J. fliceroroKwereof the I.=2.mer.t .l., b...Is..,,
is full and perfect, and it has no need to add to one, and sought I r..iaboup, hu,,,,,, ,
itforitcoversthewhologroundotharpandney aftherank andfiledessne see gr,=*.nce..a U..
if not in every case---for the- world learns new minister of God among them,
ways ofainning-by specilicolanactments, yet, at Yet, what is the wish of this large m j >rily of
least, by genera princip 0 easyapplica the regiment to weigh against the purposee 4.1
tion, that none need confound right and wrong. an ungodly, drunken, swearing Colonel, wls
How then is the Church to exercise its high thinks himself too great 6 man to be seproves.
prerogativest Neither by making laws for the tor his sins, in the presence of the usu ri who a r,
body politic, nor by exechting in civil society the daily witnesses of his tranagressions of the
those giventy thel)ivine Legislatorbut byso laws of God. Pity that any auch men diou s,
infusing the principles of His code into the have the control to such a great extent ofEl e
individuals who compose the State, that they souls and bodies of our citizen solders; bu
shall feel their responsibility to Him, and per unfortunately, there are many such ofHeets i/
form their civil duties under asenesof obligation our aimy. I recollect a case in which one of
to the Supreme Lawgiver. The Church--the this class.took the Obaplain to task for have g
teacherandembodiedexponent-ofDbristianity preached against profanity, and chargedhi,;,
-must difthee its principles through the mass, with having taken advantage of his position to
as leaven is diffused. Legislators and executive 13cture liim on swearing, and that consequently
ofBeers must learn that God has ordained all be shotild hear him preach no more. Was not
human government, as a substitute for that this very dignified behavior from a man whei
theocratic government, which, had usin remakin, Filled the mp..*Phant and req.->nsible position of
ed innocent, would have use-kd no hunu.n Coli)DEl, COlfaint.Baling ).*cubsyst a (110(16and men,
administrators--for then Godbyhia8piritwould who were not only to obey his orders, but also
hayq directly goverted the humisn tace. With look to him for sp example as an officer and a .
this proper conceptipa of their functions, they gentlestaul He should liave encouraged his
whorulawillanderstandthattheyareappointed onentoattendonreligiousservicesandshould
ta see thatethe Divine law, as to relative dutie have set thea the exainple whatever may bave
ab least, be not broken, and they will legislate been his own personal predilections art the sub-
**14 govern according to that principle. So too jeot oreligion. And this man is, Ifear, only 4
those who elevate these lawgiveis and governois type ofa large number of men, who occupy
Ar their responsible position will weigh welfthe positions o'.*ommand so tha Arms
probabitty of their taking this view of triezr Yetwe shouk 00.2, them are many ..1 au.
du y, and give their suffrages only for such e o$edas of a very d.IT-r.-nt neamp. Many or
may be linesy soapprose themselsea tci God, by them are ton.A.catly uneious usen, who, by

an k" ""- u .I ..- ses unt us. F or, e.
agmanasonw a ncept such asa r ** I ...a.ded I.he 8 urn II .* 1--a was pr. p-- Her..u= I On abe
1. to to be no ru. Losresuse; unit few of the an- ..... .=> 's.r, Is...J s..ars. -ul,,, .. premise ro twsp dis oesnous ve)Jibberial d Tiwwo ...:as..t Tue-r rn-ga..IL:-rt).rses

no wonrinutf-s:,ifarecanpreventrit; Thebest -.ns. .. U.-,* russels so-Jazaand
way to wear line Luluashion in our behall, in FI, sp. I'tiba 1-> overawe, *.be Ignorant
thidmousviet nectialin to beinalous furlLa Southerners, whomAbey hairealways sincerely
houar and za nu, so promo ing His cause. compassionated. It was quite L-->on-1 their
.Ti ;rk base arms eye, Imughed inja bust be 9 or njon
The qq ,n, user, over 1, asked, What shall not.r(affle abody of grass." They had come
we do n rulerence to the Gintral Qquferencet war.cor ta.,-ti ar-1 phalambr-sp.e usugra of **crush-
T....a. j us nakers aquated inthe Advocare, ;.ig on- ar., R --*ils..n"-st.a bount-le mouturer
go I suggist, disp I would saysotbby.about ....1. A e- r ar. ..r.g ro., country and threareolog
xt.. Ifopsug anal, Man 34tiopt would glye their n, -ar 0. all sq.- sud. Lat.n; acertain disposmon
opinion. Tas they so y 0.., Joae, apd I may r., sum rn me.r it..:-, .\peril..= b meall' never
1...*0 vi..,... J .s 1,.- -- vi lirigent ..Lan..cJ #.!1 use- enternatep to the destruc-
... ...... n o,. A t.....I-c- rse.. rn, r non ( th-? Prottom
take a we a opon in the premises. Sul for Tr.- to naresorpe--one, here rand there, who
5 **n *** 0 anI .. E....... im. I....I so ri... Is. ,4,g,-,..,,,...l Lht -rb PViddDCe> Of MDineps,
he !, 1 as.< unt be usa 1, conse--r.. .1 st...ut la.br1**.< ss.-J lan"ura ler the Confederate
ni,rrtrant..u .8 ..a governmentandh-.:1 began to kick, men irbo
has e., 4.'s.ulou e. us. Ga. ference, 1 v 'itd were r Est er reams of honey did

j/. n,3/r I . 0 **7 -- b* GI m tr .. 1 .*L.- r... Is. in-Ib9.prir.4, 0 smoe g h
Mr C..urt l., ..J..t ame.I ram .. un.:.0, we r et..eb .,,.il to. =. es; e. b xi not a nobleat them
J ..nson.I. can.ur. put ab...r 1 tr.=1 .n the.r pockets at all times,
U-, its Ia. seas she 0-seral Gur f rent- wh..-n and .Law rI.*.En I.-crJ. ?II. J nish doubbone. Poor
we to nes been Ltd."I as New Oaleans,;.n April, they stall -sure-led an [Frestreets of .
IMS c.mson now be held. Re*thinks arms Nsdo dle n-:-r lumps e..f gold and2.ilver,
u.iles. uses, 1. a greas overruling neceitity, no but againsethe 1ulg= re at line por.e. For abom
G.,s..-ral conterence ought to be held under the the Coded... ca hid Ken n a failure. Whai,
examagstatsofthings. BothinkirJhatifthere esredtheys.caCer.silluden.theme.ctexcelfens
b.* won a peoeselty, the annual. Conferences that was es. *L es=e*1 by mass-sm ar ic of the
abotu to meet may authorize the Bishops, to covenant, 1- vt le -r. ri ts spoken, upon whi h

I eene Georalt nfelence atguedh t pqCnd aprot squrot .\at. L. n hady ro,.
lerences may either $1@ eikh delegates or who edmy:sred an u the Pr. Ident of the Norm,
meqt those miready elected. Ile shilike Ital file so as, "an ung-1 10 an Emi.:-pf" What care l **all the conferences," in 0.0 second they foithat susion shu i. before rhe eye of.
clause of ,the-second section oI the Ds cipline, every 1 var of the Sourb 7--a dream far, br crbre
hear the constay a fklflAs Co.girr- ening into reality, of a great TLepubl[a whose

b > ly, wM. i- spec ally onenrave to use awk un.,
,sa go rul wlylaur aid.fuly r pr..yes is lan flier.
or privates-3r an ronew:.osecomunt asuob.
as tim whilencal lypk 10 bitU 88 a kind ille-act
..wishead sinfulcounelor. fluchyCtp.p
inin.will be a bb asin so any seg tm ut and, if
- ves y re n a "im w I as it,

B Unsplatus are a cure in theatsay, se ta 5-. .:...
Isroath to religran; and, if th. y .wul a on
"d' do y ought, at least, in all I opeaty ("
a turry home a:.d.leave the sql ry twmen who
Will be more faithfill and will do emed...u,; to
deserve it. .
Wouki it not he well if some such arrange
ment could me m ade, as you 4 2equire that n .
preacher abould be eligible to a Chap a ..cs,
a es of the denominuon of C ristlima to which
he belongs ?
Ass-to the war, it is perfably assuming even
day ferocity, Ad what is to be
0.0 endof it all, God only knowi=;Fud Healou'
can, work ..ut co, Juliarir-r ce. to suc\- mannel
..8 ab.JL best .0011 Lim unn who and great
designs 14 seems to me, that our foes have
left no alternative to us but to fight our a y
out Weitreindeed,4>ayingaoontlypricefoi
our liberties; bus ino chance is left us- except
war, and war to the knife Our vindictive and (1.. n., fully wazzied14 -1 L., but pe.-,
and; if after this, wip are caught napping as any
point, ive shall deserve the reward insieri sh I
be surely meeted out to us, as y autjustars-1
beggarsal and degraded people
Jas. O, ANDapt

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October 93, 1862.

tip:g ory of the Eternal? What cared they for
th*sethings? Arnidstthetrussipotthe receding
army of A betWiduey Johnston (Jze:hourse tones
of these hsolisers Joha IInks were heard crying
out Beef! B:el l"
Unre were others -lietter man, than these,
who were n it disposed to welcome pur enem e ,
but who were yet tip-ling fault with our leaders,
Sudag enuinespecially with our lamented Gen.
Johnstob--blamTng where they did not urvier-
stand. It was is cruel censure. They:Lfterotards
confessed it. Tney felb it when they stw those
touch ag words widell firew tears from the eyes
of a nes-i an The exprestilans of coaIrition were
bus los f pr mounted when this great man was
anatemed avky from us-and tapon whom :.s..
his unablef.vied The close othis late wa.
worstay of th at which preceded it-
a a.- a . .. s .. == ma ss .

N7w we I dew isis ionab with tears, and deck it
wi b wreathe s of laurel; lioiv, with Dr. Ohalmers*

i""it'"Yrose peniwntb uidy oen ons
our brother." W111 it teach us a lesson for the
Bis Istarted out to say how frwndly the
Yankees were.when they first came down. Gen-

m Issued a. > claim ion sayingaway in n
negroes, and the people were as grateful as if he
hadpromilledeveryone anew farnrand a new'
was of negroes to begin with. His proclamation

do a see cose ti5 f e terns
their hay taken, their horses stolen, their smoke
houses emptied, their servants tampered with,
-but what, of it? If they ever felt disheartened

nTthi doen rteod tt er a ee-t'-Prootlbdrnation
their rights defended. It was veiy prettif>
-written indeed.I
Oar new Defenders had been with us but a
abort time when Gen.Barrow and Gen. Hu-ding,
were arrested and put in the penitentiary
Neither of them had borne army against the
ITuned States, but their sympathies were thr th*
Bouth-sympathies grew to be dangerous things
in these times; it was thore prudent for men to

disA7nse h thein. f the bx era e, news o tple ofShiloh came,

Tu a nr vw hthat IJIe 8 >uche zee e
tidings were borne to the prisoners as they sat.
sh xt up in at obeerless room. D priced of

xes mm a lah;su ur w e nie an
mwoover, t> atruple with p
la yestidtohib "Peris1d t can Kardm i he
an >. 1. r..enr to y..u personally. He answered :
AI>.1.m icar.:-n-r fqr myself. I would give
all Date, and my life for the Southern Cobfede-
r.sey." That was a great word spoken by
a man sick and in prison.
Very soon the slaves around Nashville began
to leave their masters, And to find shelter among
the Federal troops; very soon our "Defendels"
begsn to search our houses even atmidaight,
kicking the Constitution of the United States

ad bbebA m n8atte 1, a(D s a wds tal
in the Capitol; the citizens wer disarmed-
what was the use ofarmswhen we had "Defend
ers In no lon r remair da in El bordou
in 1'<*nnessee-on side, presumme can
q wrors; on the other, a sullen ar. 1 us ,al,.au 1
race, kept in the semblisnee of subjugation bt.
the bayonet. After all, the Yarakees did the
o Roeof friends-a-they inade many secessionists
inaveryshort time( for this they have our

t AnF teral ofteer asked one of these convel

Go any ofour Regient feltn theterrblelvette a h r to eb Parti h pas > damgn Te ?Im t~P~l~~n~~ e5; b2 n~R;r~~t d eqf~'~~

of Shapsburg. We ooppiedthe cestro, pere rwill .are n a me Im mi read e(sX mallignanlt Passd Harld eBvil -Sat1. Republican, .,T iiereccneece nws e
the neiy mde is i ncst ttak, opig to I i ou pan u I.. r. -.I I..death of Re v NewsI PRol Tna N artra.- Fred eri k abury /. . r rsaw ma,8, ossas
brea ourlins inthet vial prt f th fi Ld. r. Dr meP or the 1. . .t ..y1:r Va . Oct 19 --Norther l a date or Our 17111. re fly nth e paine, o n 2d ins( Moan Annmaw carraxtMs E
and s win he dy. Tie enmy wee fomed rlvedhlere, sta that the Demicrats have mcainid sp s.
in sm~orce ar heinie f hil.Ourbrve--- --- -- --. P Kn Ivanian r'i and Illd ansp a nd anr ti Olro I 3irt al tt.aI srtntma

men ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ i macn ptiheatc ni he ol 3Dmocrats and 11 R pbllicanns lire Pldeted to in ..i.. ~E. um .. n r..l.r as k. u* JU 1.1.rn
see he hads id souldrs o ther a versry C 6 8 1 C congress Int Ohil, 18 Demoncrats and 5 Rep~ubli- 1 '; I... r- ~..i, 1, lu c r, r. a
ove th su mitof he all whn lvin co -- eds are Plectedl, with three dlStriCts yet to hear Ant ofthlnd rtuartoo. Ga. Sept 126, 186$, by~y o Rev
ntened.F~o tht~woingandtheenteof A~r~ics Km~ecY-D th t waltf oml In the jast Conlg~res. the OhiO deleqation Da~viceat n .A Lavat o mi-alatsAEm
thsseiiolteypurduol sa ude-te i as een:full or l.rliou9rse ecten~ a}.eerses dia. DR pujrlt ans a8 R~lulcn nIi el etld "U" o U'b o ines"Bln andM r Mas MM Ywer
ous fre,-for bout ne hur. ve ties or ofgreatbattes i Kenull;y. As we now as(Ecisln in th last ('ongres. the lniaa asioduleation stood aularo a l at nnr.lnos us.edo as
colgra~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~':;:I: fel u sotnormnrse otet ...1. ondc; o 0 h and 7th of Out.e 8 itePUblientsl and 8 D.?mlcrtat. .In Iowa, aLl tlie Altus ;];natownAla.~P Septsld 8 byRr Yms hores,
spot~~~~~~~~~~~and ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ rais thmt h bns ialya ** ...- rd I de Ps advaln e; on th publicarr ( carrassm~en are elected. and the Stat utarx.toemnshsrs
retea wa odeed attht mmetthecoor h, tl te nas h~n~d wk drov h a .anenemy rrom ,~1~ .'* h.goeReulia b 000 ajrty n r GoHdu~~D~~~esdl hee gq t Vev
fel ad erelet.Theenmyhadsufeed oo caicnbakin g a'd border towardl Cumberhanlr d Gup. Tr- D mrn.dtie m>Jorlt in the 8:ate ticket in to 31seunr AU)I xpl! ,B da~ughlter of Dr i ( andersI
ru.L.rse~iw.-a. ie.1.. ,- o uoThebettaccountl wu lFe avo weor the b Itle is the eB"p~ninsya is 10.00;M inOhio ,ola0x aann In wa ad Oct ra c ~tl~: Iurses1mad MassMar
-s nio.. .1 n ...>,lrady*I .. rn from tbo K~noxville Register of Julian, Rupub'icaus inthelIrst Cong~ress, ate drfet- M~Ti s~Byneyws~U~p:lfea~.sets.,1e,.eanaat

them~~~di~cl awayq~t~ under af shwrol.ules yed Cor, DemoOrats, *rd Te-rlected. In Pennsyl DED

Many~ ~~~~~~~~~kq ofFoiasbaesn elitti his etty an yesterday. dirt l fromn nie center o orankY.Onusa A. Grpaows Riepbi SOpeake of Jasnxaxenfoh n cri rahm
dri~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~t fihigsieb id.IhventI .1oaca nollyr there was an r thierydel.o Ons -I cn~Enr No rkr, at befistn aboard, to13 day F :. kip "~l*~ L raeuoewd so
wwen e f ng m no of a y bunch oh no a H om Gang o.Apidr eot Biine Soiey 1'"n n1~ ab~gu a h,1 u
fiellen~wa withre otes onglons tp~ce me wil in otbs rmy at nt Th y I~;Say that Bragg is leavingthe~tate.Theied- r. asons E infant daughter
aftr te bttl, whe I as oin ito he ~nesonsbtuart's and Maney's. Brgae us)moed haeoupdLxigo*ru, ,a s
btepumyrutnGdndhhas frtonellarodurgt olerryille,wadherehemyrestediq L~;.i~b;n'ioraizwaaournsT~ Dloarn.-RichmondVa.e n pyme
beaghtme hrughuntuch, nd amontheir ams itin lintnbe ofliated til dayliht.Th O. 2.-he Bl~.i:~tg!iaE:'.imoeAerican of Satrda j tLa rnet ae-
grateful~~~;o~~~8~eh~';~~P~lt~~ 8 to~~L~~ him."n And the te stood in.he hisrto on> rear.~b gt amnm fauronh enreele e~ianbdas .
eye ashe pok. H wa anuncnvetedmanChee werei cavary light a. qura 0-, a miere woue the adqunyarerhs, ~~~Indieste the amy of thelioloacha' j o~~urt m.o....etv an. m.....t.
whenhe wnt ito te fiht. ut ightat ne b sh sdes Abut half pas 9u o'lock cannon commnc its grand advance~b~~ i"~n~to.Vrgnia. I
prechngwhle efedrg o te nciens o aingcomened aditon oteadane poneth Chaifleston, fro o0 ora har'-,sl rarsenware malsnonrrful ndartewas
thebatle nd o od thad presee them At halt l ooreand 10e wae dicoeverd th atvneupn the enemyHaprs ycmeedetrd, Gn Wo-you U In a do, aon2thent,11 Paida cust.arourG 1s
manyteasfellanmany. euatenanes~spo e rem as sag l ui caeros C tB m inbarut byia cp,onh Thaun don ha re l y "duheamnnnmureepz
butterthan wrds, ildyin gratiude t the rp abv me tone, was moved froms Wthe ett thrie The p i indca ions are. tha t evm whall not hist o 8 in ah Matthew'S~p argit sh C ePtPB B7the 186 of dilpthei
God ofall grce. riht ofour lies, abut oneand ahal ie atln eoete r gi e ydeam Joms luouseiaged yar, months d aeflnd msi o nys
Col.~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~t Iatl hi itihboe ntefgtDrng all this tfime .a~bikfeef artillery wasn of At~he Potoma Gen~~n8~4.,Ei:;.Shoteld8i~iBastlahl oa fus as omr i n ledd ,o
actin te vry enis o war enourgin an ino actioi, twh atich, padmirab servCeddi rehat' Arkansasd. ~ ;I New. Yorr on STulnlrdayfornooo onHniue gll.gdyaetosnnl
cheerinjaon a n slf e is ages 30 a u. n st e asd hing a ~ :''''; C gol was qutda 8) there ine. Ih ddhR-~dA~

known som Chaplain driven t thetesiyoke bult without t~iraeree. It e was fond neessr BYrn GE.if. THEW, TREds:i~~~~ aorfsURE BIBL SOGIETT, OFTE v Ifin
resining fro thefact tht th fied office tb aprach nearerLld o the enemyfo thise~ reasn ad CiONMpEDERATE BTAES Augusta G .. Set2.16* i oan ren
shwdteltr rn inns;adcne e elRit piUte) an faitr hen wthfe; ovg To yr *r .r7 ~,re ec enty Bile Boeety,5000 /. (.llr* :dwu.irod 1U
quently~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~)ad herybemeiolrbeothm.upothedy Dpanillon 's Briga ujdeWe andanced Ta om 9 BOing Rosel, Cobb~r co. Ga, iE DreW TET OLA 6t ot1 110i am
the owe todo uchtowrd akig teirther nositi bpumHgntenab reotie toi anthmer hEe'so cnrtatn as Ane sisie (~FnIn 4%r1 nalub L e1 o ednga oacp fte ae o n er
Chaplains~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~Brpao cofratadifunil h 7 gin$ adaned a quartera ofn a mile to the companyl sh: thas ourh, sonnalif Membe. r Sh .1, Here is naopruu o cr ididcti

-in ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ In th hablg fteam ei ntrfed nd so% dsrw e reeie ts Thv upone ar pnyexoe oth ers fr s cuhn-, I 1d n a rd o
allwed hose. Th Coone isallwedthre, he nem atd doube quicnk8 acnross fields on unostu. Unic~a urch, taunto Di 0s0 the, Chrc-ikeelJ r alive-ad to
e3 eof co obloree; nd -he rirthe ed s x al e at byookonadr ailfter v t tg-earo ~e Jo- .rcd t Islc Sro ~... themselves sirth i ofml infomtin u

to my ind wonded thebatteres of he eney. Whn withnoed.I ~mr Lat rlosibaty neo~ho Ele~der,Mr1 0 eY..AdE, o ra ret
f m m et sbp bn mdra tnc ..,d au noist brvl teoet DD PrnltoB a useR vAI odRoa s berd 1802... ; .-l
ours n o pJ.W 3 xu c. a ds the )y n opene J ron u wi h a musketr, and noe B o'~r 'Mr- l Robert~ BII ye ,C m it e IP In I~J n r

OI hadI b~elien so desructiv to li u es. Th batte ory was ne carls avI ron raw'S srntug!q C, so n W
Fortt~ Sothruhitinuvcae keanhetheY audnkoe enral, akond fe i ll. revH cr~s~trF, so00.Y.: L -il .1~1 Ic..g1 .. hoti~n
HELPING. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ltt~d TLIE SODIRS ohi was halfl an~ hou aft the fiar.-eam gne -nA .

lerbl clth Ftuous valor of our traoop. About third time, pro Mt Jno M Moore, G briesville,8 S Lie M: mldr, 40 ** I.J ..
we~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~si xesc edie oo d~'tinee ta or olieswo av brelThe troops first egngagd, worn and weary, rushed .,;, p ,..., ist cns~t ton en D Hill, CB4 8:- Horos mu~ r.r~lae mn reaP firoqrityan sl
heir bsom i do~edcaof ur homs ado all a t n>sl Ths nennedn erefrmeodn ti lline 8su d' I lacion aPConvention, Columbla, SC, meqis o inPoneadH vy rori,
ofssveral tuner, but were no sooner re tored than L3 ) NOtld'll 10 ATI EO 0010
we~~~~nbiai~ h 1 rroidnce3woretbroken The f;0ighti ws ephs up till P~r~ovoulyrported 16,9)lt a o ,..I -WaNr. t 8- a w.r k t.
lass, e iten toignre elfandknoo nthigdriven the enemy fo he ofv ie ln h io a s 2-s e tr usss et'u
kbo fr otin, utou beein cunry Tiswhole line of the tw rmies. We formed our RECEIPTS L60et,12t11. at a Dun escpedb "r ...... .aJ:.u
i.-a rto hepe nthscomniylines and rematuied on the ground during the night. ~-sallt .r .iso i: ;i. -q W B, I ----1 ** B~ni . ..,.ac+ re .-. at1 v..
al opGd m~eead n bes hmadOn the morning of the 9th, believingb itwol be H ~.. .l 1 01 W >... ,. i .i:YI_ -so 1 was seIIcuonY~ WI
hazarrdousi with his weary troops to renew the con- . '' ..,,9, ,. ... ., .s. 2
Oh!wl entsvetoeta r nt i e eharinfrced army of the enemy, Gen. .;I u~ ~ ...m. : a... l-. ....... 1 .
< ayandnigh ? et u exicis 11ish nd .,_ i*I. .~ i .I our army bacek to Harrods II..,; . n ..r. -a r ...n
patience~~~~~~~~~~~and~. th u h h o lrou pae Ls 1 ..r 1 ,I the artillery of tha enemuy _,,g -1o r .
wdidspe thecotid that~ nowoeadwur"nd unknilowrl numbersand .....2~ -L1. ..1-II A L uUaci IU LVI UrO IM EXYA.RI-
country; Yours fraternal y, quarlfuties of all duaerinptiun o< 1 r~l e was .- .,. l. i. TD 2i r I s I t' s, I I s i a go tm ri nc d
enormous. Thle fled of battle was evrwee .. ..>L ~ve.lsds o is l capave, of tacums ue IurlaUr~lgs i ng ah ranch s
s~tem lill DecturCe. Ga, 9t Oc. Aewnwith the killed, woursded anld dying In -_; 6:uri;l~ a i~ .** e.= S. r286 J Eng- niecus e en nornderle odwon. an~d s:fi ratenetactious i
i~s ~d ob peyic opiled, eac leoPo .d brgade liz Y WH Fuller 2, 334 O G Foard 2, 3330 JE Foust 2 Ot gGekPOT~wdDs,.0
MONTGMERY AL,-'eE9.S .Syei$opyr Ilarin 6/tartyop Deck R binson and il t)~dfj BG ola,2,82l YE G odWyn5-Bnd 1to dr.'8801 A~INTE A LAUY Oh EX~PKi-,
write: ")Vo r Iad amos1 n ou va'lo.-s in killed, wo~unded anid m esirg will not reachl H ir Id stad IV Harrlngqton Sto dr,. 8818 LA 4 a nomnlEc'C t to ha 8 thek nlirs h a ces e d
,nor t, 0 coversonsand 1 acessins o 00 Theuklela n Ch tabdam's Uvirtson umber Hay a 6 Ask30 ~i r, 83OTJJAkO 98 ie in a ofew othlr an Il ap drfen yrrue sim mae
the~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~Ti Churchn an still th godwr oso-lte ot 89Ln du li210T HR Long 2, 320J M ory ga.On abl < teachingJ musicu p o, I be re
thouhweaveloseourighmeetngssto Asalfpst~'elck o~onaymrnifgl~h 2ssatenors~susEA~insuse~se~it.ara-ages omwoueco wed tomseuwel

oftseissoneday: Who are the ageessionists
about here ?" The gentleman repted : "I am e
sec.-a-i-mist, sir; every gentlem so- you see is a

e unt n who have now raised the Federal fl ag; but every
gent eman you meet is a secessionist."
We 5sued ourselves like the man in the room
withthelive wmdows, when every day one
windowwentout. Thus with us, every (la
another liberty was obliterated, another window
went ouc. Good night! Jan T. H. Onoss

For the Southern Christian Advocate'
Conference I feel that it is tny duty to inform
youoftheprogressof thegospelintheRegiment
of Which Iam Chaplain. While there is great
wickedness to lament upon the partof some.
strl much indifference and wilful neglect of
papel privileges upon to partof others, tl ere
are many w so gladly ear the word and are
striving to obey the heavenly call.
Tuere are many members of our Chureb it

dr le oe y o
assist the Chaplain in all his work. They gaiher
undersomespreadingtreein themidst of cus
camp, after circulating the appointment amon&
the different companies. These sweet EOngs of
Zion may sometimes be heard in different parts
of the camp at the'same time, reminding one
Very forcibly of our camp-meetings at house: J
bare seen or heard of but little scolling at reli
gion and religions people in the camps. In this
respect I have been very happily disappointed
from what I had been told of camp life. The
most perfeet&soorum is observed during Divine
service, and the most perfect respect is.manifes
ted for those who serve God.

scoor n toTheir high calling ever sincess iar
can arn. At Richmond two others. who
were stok in their tents, and could not therefore
att preaching, gave me their names as pro
estioners and requested me to write to their
iends at oyne, a they ad a terrnined o
ag ,
have been incessantly marching, and in deadly
conflict with the enemy. so that Sabbathe have
be.. as ...her J 30 we l-avehad but few
oPr-or= unmes f...r rill distin the las6
few days when wed Adve beed ia cam -and b .
P pvei
again the glorious opportunity of worshippinS

sea si tr (6_ _rislia bo ilI V x 9.


For he outera Chistan dvoate. wil fid fultwit he huband beaus hedoe sh ra afer t, oer~owad te lck ond bu thedar valey sutaied er nwavda rus inod r n &Er...r

PE14AE EDCATIN INRUSSA. nt fal in ith er wys, r chme wih he as shereaced te edg of he pnd bforelih ., .a cane eenssten

Although ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ pn th ouhpssse pirtyo lam cou. sgt t cnr y -o b.-.lf Iasi peace-i
on~~~~~~~. thscnien oteinuuain fFml 5 rtig n clin aeHports-AsMse halsw' teewrin o i A .Crn
College ye it ille senfomin r.Ilo~r. Ikette neer r<.ere ontesene ad afeciohfaterbutheloedpaybst, och soasonan sses~othe ans an nd fth
extr ck~r mthe enny agazne, ..115'*.that so n a eli est--mil herw r~p ur~g isag eea- hesaihe~heoied:.ust nshe ervieo# n A solaep h
precedence~~~~~~~~" intemttrms e eoddtobe n tu rcrefrtesevsafetig Nw o oefu "adoithn ol fn alatsrio a dn

amo temy ow cn thar tue p~saton bave lan buthe lkes ottocomein cntac Poorrr I tt. sh did't ejoy er ml at . c~n s Doateon o Jams an Elie ot
Co ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Balod yter unesod mar.~ try, cobdeya th-. with netle andi; musqutoes "''`''' al.SEwsvrymc rgtne n ihda .iyI
they ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ -rie hav the opprtnn nurfr obisnig on. Irets, ie mr he may. A frte wil She. tri togtot u hemr h o th1 fonarrit oand as
"Having ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ n -mnioe the Femalez Colee inn!en-etrn alwayssnsh hve enug to fret: at--epeial if;r he fatraesle;beie.eewsarido e-BP

educated;,,,,,, anotherlJtneB~:i:~~ which~jlll sevaothisre as~t to please~eU 8 them. And freter are geneall tosssasmchdttise s ity ndmwe
tion ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Y of1 anTIY eqa nube ofv the danheso efhsoaeoearfrnoi'omotptbhtarhrtflsrytrhr o ny .h .et .. .ie Iha nrsr Ba~enwre
respectable citize':"ns.~~" The~ agel atInepallstC hi own.UUI~ didobe~: no wi tour bes lre1 buo bet reached oue th ,sb rh Auute
all~~~~~~~o this timey theytb~s~Pt~tP~~h~~~j arem not allowed to quit the~e are sop selish tha theye haen ead o h A!"ailKtyasat.npd u n.
house, ecept whn any o their elation are feeling ofothers.All thigs m stbe done o shop a few dops of rtor fom her bck, "I'l his lst stra Wi r .

summr, herearelarg gadens an extnsie -i maes tem allos adunfelig, ad wen ktte, fo no I cnno finsh y wok t- 1 a e r.en

wheregymnsticeareitroduced Theprofessors'l: II. agement;. and thusth th aeo retripr

ersth found ini the capital non ofin them reidn PE C -A E S . I~ I..,. .; .. i l~ I ... 9r rma
onf ie pionraine; but gkirs thei ali.Jn. car ''Blse ar th pec makrs for the Iki *i '~ .j ' rj; il

sof te esablihmen, an ther is noth r, wth ation The ld p ilospher tauht tht vitileIeoo leson. Mamm, plase xpl n th gnh a hed i r. ad Mri. M Wood .r hi chaacte bit
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