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OL. VIIl.-NO. 7.

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the "ery batrlements of Zion; and the Pastor's same ins,trulmEmtl~li~y throughout the wotld, The following relation of a heathen's ex· of ransomed sinnels BY H W. IONGFKLLOW heart would be less frequently pained by and what a mighty perience before he came to a know1edge-of cases. of church discipline, at ising fl'Om the present themselves to cheer the tremblmg Let us be patteut. These severe affilctlons t~acber on in his s! They are so many the truth, not only presents the darkness o~ a Not frum the grouuJ ame, :-\CHOOLS & BIBLE CLASSES, erratIC propensities of youthful converts. in the name of Christ tlOphies of grace But oftentlm s celestlsl beoedlctlOns As regards buying land, I am happy to in- heathen mind in an affecting light, but it shows The Deacons of the church might very ap- from the of darkness. The oftRellort_~rcp.",d hy J M ALLEN. adopted by the Seventh day Assume the dark dlsgu"e. form you that plenty of ground can be moder- man's absolute need of a revelation. It was propriately be appointed Superintendents of repeated shouts of AS:!OClBtiOD, Rnd published a.t,Its request. angels in heaven over And thongh at times. Impetuous with emotion the Sabbath Scho"\s in their lespective ne\gh- the repentant ;:,aOO!fltll School scholar, are so ately purchased, and that a firman froni the addressed by Sekesa, a Bechuana, to a mis· And angnish long 8uppreB8ed, (Concluded) borhoods. The Superintendent should ever many signals of su¢:cess. The Bwellmg bealt heave . . , mOllnlDg hIc:e the ocean, grand Sultan has recently arrived to that ef- sionary from w~om he had been hearing the nnw turn and consider for a moment be a man whose whole soul is in the cause That cau not be at rest. feet. Indeed, political affairs do now constrain It is the of to throw their influence of organizing and conducting and who is willing ~o work ~ccordingly. H~ the Arab--he being unable to pay the aunual Gospel. I the \Ve wdl be patlent, and H88uage tbe feelmg in favor of S Schools and Bible Classtaxes-to dispose of a land al!quired by un., Your view!;, 0 white man, are just what Schools, and our responsibilities in should strive to culuva~e hablts of punctuality, es. All the We can not wholly stay; . we have mentioned reBy SIlence ~auctifYlDg, not conceahng. worthy conquest. Thus there is not only full I wanted and sought for before I knew you. propnety, and a love for the Older, neatness, ~;'''>no,"'' ... n ,vith them. among many others, quire It; and, The gl'lel that must have way. prospect of purchasing the soil, but also of Twelve years ago" I went, in a cloudy has important duties to perform study?~ the Bible,. amollg all of his pupIls, the interests of Sabbath lequne it. How We see but [1Jmly through the mists and vapors hiring the proprietors to laDor on it. season, to feed my flock along the Tlotse, ,.PI"m'" to Sabbath Schools and Bible Classes. oigalllzmg, anangmg and conducting the many hours of time are spent in lIstless AmId these earthly damps; I would thankfully expres~ my gratitude ~mong the Malutis. Seated upon a rock, in cqTlCeived to be his duty to take the gene- school in a Tldatudral, easy, simple manner, so as inactivity 1 What s"em to u~ hke dIm, tunereal tapers. many young men and for the recent arrival of the £lO you mention- SIght of my sheep, I asked myself sad questo att~act an ehght those to be instructed. May be heaven'. dlBtant lomps. women, boys and are spending their ed as contlibuted by kind friends, and which tions-yes, sad, because I I could not answer of them, .and Bee that every Let lum see that all diVIsions and classes are Sabbaths in or worse than idleness There IS no death, what seems so 18 trnu~llloll, I received through Messrs. J?lack & Co. of them. The stars, said I-who touched them wjthinj the limits of his church, ~en supplied with suitable teachers. Let who ought to TillS Iffe 01 mortal breath stOl ing' theh minds with Beyroot. I have also recewed full information with his hana 1 OIl what pillars do they rest ~ Is IllIt a snburu 01 Ihe hte elYSian 18 weIl supplied with Sabbath hIm have a gellel al exercise in which the bibhcal knowle.:l for futme use ~ How Who.e poi tal W6 call death qf your boxes [shipped from N. Y. March 1st, The waters are not weary; they run without .lUling at least the warm season wh01e school may ulllte. TheIr exercIses many fatherA mothers in Israel are 1851,] being on the way to Jaffa. Let all ceasing, at night and morning alike; but In lhat gl eat c\Ol~tel's .tLlhlPss and seclUSIon. year. He shoulil see that the teach- should be, If pOSSIble, of such a nature.as to letting their seasons evaporate By ga:lIchan angels led, those Chrisl1an friends, who ate the donors of where do they rest 1 or who makes them run inte~est. and. instruct all. For the purpose of like the waters a sluggish stream, who Safe hom temptatIons, sare from Sill'S pollutIOn, these liheral grants, rest pBlfe!;tly assured that thus ~ Thp clouds also go, return, and fan in of his church is called out and b egmnmg righ t early to cultivate the spint ought to implOve He !Iv•• whom we call doad. gliding moment m preno innovation beyond what will best conduce water to thll earth. Whence do tlbey arise ~ If there is a superabundance and habit of benevolence, thete should be pating the young take their places 1 Thus to my poor brethren's welfare) and the extend- Who senas them 1 It surely is not the Baroplace, and a deficiency in another, let regular periods for taking collections for be days, months, centuries-of pte , TIDINGS I'ROM JERUSALEM. ing of my consistent plans on their behalf, is the kas (lain-makers,) who gave us the rain, for _, nsfm unlll the deficiency is supplied. nevolent object~. The frequency and amount cious Sabbath is uselessly spent. devoted aim of their humble I servant, m my how could they. make it 1 The wind-what To the Editors ot the Sabba.th Recorder Oth" ..A. of COUlse, call assist in this matter' of these contnhutlOns mIght depend upon [::;abbath are of especial importance one desir~, ~nd self-same ~Ofirse of duty for is it t Who blings it, or takes it away, makes , Clrcumstancesand the dtscretion of those hav· A devoted SIster having recently returned to the Baptist Denomination. them, omlttmg those secular :ind selfish Vlews It billw, and roftr, and frighten us 1 Do I pastOl is suppose\!, from the vel y ing charge of the schools; but they should, The lest of tIle I is continually actmg from a VIsit to the Holy Land, and being en- whICh compose the bane of tlie present age. know how the corn grows 1 Yesterday, there nalture/ ot his callmg, to undelstand the wants nevertheless, be systematic. At stated sea- upon our charactel1stics like couraged flOm what she saw and heard to I humbly tTust, dear friends, that you are was not a blade to be seen in my field. Tovarious neIghborhoods better than any sons, determined by mutual agleement, a part a vast sponge, ing to absm b our vita!tty. hope that great good mIght be done among convinced that I can never slJtmk fiom 1,1 pur- day, I return and find something. It is very He also knows those of his con- or the whole of the session should he devoted It iA the pm e love of truth alone, that will sepose now lJecome f'my duty, nor turn fr'J'll'a small. I can scarcely S;;e it, but it will grow gn'g",~IU>Il who al"e suitable for teachers. There tnt a Sabbath School Prayer Meeting. At cure onr youth the seductive influences the children of Abraham by Sabbath-keeping premedltat~d object, now, I trust, to be event up hke to a young man. Who can have given these meetingl\ the general intetests of Sabof 11che., and wOlldly happiness, Chnstlans in that most mteresting portion ually established. I shall follow your direc- the ground wisdom and power to produce it 1 neighborhoods which hold bl1ck from bath Scbools should he remembered at the more easily by falling in with popu- the world, ha.~ determined, with a numbel nons respednng the mill, trustmg It will fully Tlten I burwd my /01 eltead in my hands. enterprise for want ofa little encour- ThlOne of Grace. Players for all impenilCnt lar opmion. derelictions flOm rlght- families from Pennsylvania, who have volun- answer the jPurpose for which it was benevo"Again, I thought within myself, and I ag,~rnl~n.~ and assistance OIf the part of their Sahbath School children-prayers fOl those from the Bible bath-which have hItherto teered fOl the purpose, to return to Jerusalem, lently mtended. said, We all depalt, but this country lemains, There are many young men and just commencmg a Chustian life, or that Ole chatacterized members of the denomiAbout Jerusalem, I can afford YOLI but a it a.lone remains, fot we all go way, But seeking such a life-prayers fm heathen cll1lwith all rIle necessary agricultm al implements nation, can be only by eady and scanty descnptlOn, tlungs always assuming the whIther do we go 1 My. heal t answered, WIlling and anxlOUS to eno"age in such d ten t h at are deprived of ltke blessmgsfaithfully the young in all of the for the establishment of an Agrwultltral M an- ~ame general character, although there is cer- Perhaps othel' men live besides us, and we hut l,ept back by diffidence and the players fOI teachers, parents, pastors-fm all great truths of BIble, and especially in ual Labor Sc1tool, or, rather, to join one al- ramly a stir m the government 11lghly favoring shall go to them. A second time it said, Pergiving offense, who might be brought of the great interests of humanity-should be those truths form om distinctive clHu- ready estabh8hed by a wotthy reSIdent, Mr. colonizatIOn. '" '" '" '" baps those men li... e under the earth, and we [)III.'IW a little timely encouragement. After offeted. To add interest and varIety, and 10 actelistics. 1must be taught to chng to Meshullam, who is a convert from Judaism, The Jews become more attached and shall go 10 them. But another thought arose schools have been established, let him give inSlruction, occaslOnallecturos should he truth, .and It as they would thmr Itfefnendly to my undertaking, and Artoss con- against it, and said, Those men under the school at least once 01 twice each delivered to the school by the pastor or some bloo.:l. They not only love the truth, and a zealous Sabhath-koeper, amI thus en- tmues to prove a blessing to many of them, eartl1-whence come they? Then my healt other person. For the same pur posc, and fOl hut they must be to contentl for tt- courage the poor .' I'WB to learn and practice whom I allow full lIberty to supply tl1eiI house- rose and spoke to me, saying, All men do s.eolsOlII, to see how they me getting along, and making reaclers and thinkel s, the scholats fight fm II. Any uuth in advance of 01 the ollly means of ill lcpendence and efficiency. holds wit~ vegetables, alluring them by be- milch e~ Wo to tIme! 1 recalled many such suggestions, and give such should he well suppltec1 WIth slIit.lble leadmg lrl oppositlon to opimon, is mamtain In a J OUlnal recently pllbl1shed 111 Philadel- ne.volent (l!smterestedness to ald m promoting wlOngs which I had done to others, and bea"Vl~" and instr~ction, as he may deem neces- of matter. In tIllS age of schools, of books, and ed only by dete effort, and those adoptplogless, the young are readeIs, and will he plna, the SIsteI 1ll questIOn has mserted a very m- tIns prosperous cause. Notwithstanding the cause of them my conscience gnawed me~'n. lllg such truth expect to lead a militant many fa~al falls of this country mto. the hands secr?t, as I sat alone on the rock. I say, I w s n 'mtellectual sph it is awakened, sary. Let him, if possihle, hold an annual rea d ers. A !tfe. Those to our denomioation tm estmg COl respondence with MI. MesllUllam ,. of rapacIOUS tyrants, and the desolatlOns of the afrald. I got up and un after my she , ex:anjif13lti('on of all the Sc11001s under his su- and it must be met, cherished, and dIrected in hme got to lead a life. Thev shol1](1, and a few days .ince the following letter was past, how endearmg IS the thought, that much tlying to enliven myself; hut I trembl d ThIS examination may be of each a pl"Oper manner. There is emphatically a therefore, be accordingly: [N. Y. Observer.!1 leceived l)y her son, and published in The that remains to be fulfilled is written in her much!" separately, or of all collelJively-the youthful hungerillg and thirsting after knowbeg leave Committee fav9r, and to be accomplished in leading her • Presbyterwn. To those who have ~ead the In conclusion, would be better. These s¥sons should ledge, and the youth must be supplied WIth ancient and despised sons to the mdustriallaFrom the Chnstinn Wntchman an~-RofiectJ consideration the follow- Narrative, this will he especially interesting. healthy, nourishing food, 01 they WIll feed on to present for bOI. of cultivating and rebnildmg theIr own CATCHING A MAN-CATCHER, 1Il ascertammg the profiCIency of the husks and deadly hel bs f they must be led to ing resolutions JERUSALEM. Mny 21. 1851 fertIle land. In glancing at the country in its 'I SC~IOl!lrs, their mtelest and faithfulness in the pure fountains, wlleIe they may slake theh J. Resolved. 'ruat Assoclatton recommends to our My DE m CIIIUSTIAN FRlF.NDS,-With full present state, there is much to encourage and Several of the mimsters ejected by the Act of rIle Bible, their mot al depOl tment, mtellectual and moral thirst, or they WIll drink churches generally tlt~:;~.s~:=~~~~~.X~~~of SahhathSchools ab orerm m III every portion of 11 dBtrlcts where they demonstratlOns of J'oy we received J \vel- anl'mate tile dl'Sl'nterested l ' th e L ord' r> 0 f un110rmlty, r ' 1662, umle . d with M1e mpiI giving addresses for the especial hene- at poisoned pools. call pOSSIbly he 0".,61,'0.1 come letter, (dated March 10,) in answer to vineyard. nent Richard Baxter in establishing a lecture the young. We hail with pleasure the beginnings -2 Resolved, rhat cordlall. recommend lhe "Sab whICh I lesume our commumcations. Every Such, dear friends, is the state of affairs, and in a private house. The time-of worsl1ip e' ery Sahbath School .chol.lf, thmg tends to encourage me m this duty, while my prospect is more encouraging when I con- being at a very early lionr, Mr. BaXter one this or some similal method should be whlCh the denomination is making to supply hath School V18lhlr our llldl'lIJnal efi'lJrts to hu\ e It this demand of th~ youthful mind. The httle anll that we wllI the facts to be related WIll con'ley some inti- fidently rely that one object animates you and evenmg left home with a view 6f being thera such. "lOIU"'" by Pastors generally, it would give winged " Vmtor," that has come to our Sab- taken aOLI reod by matIOn of the ,eteadfastness lequired m pro- me-a de~cendan~ of t?oselwhom your efforts ready for the morning. Tbe night, however, AssocmtlOu recommends to the ch:arj;Jlctllr, pelinanence, and efficiency, to these hath Schools for a feW'months past, has come 3 Resolved. T SOCle1}, not only the motmg every new and benevolent enterprise. have befrIended m thIS sacred cause. NolO, Ibeing dark lie lost his way and after wanderO\OllUL"" which cannot otherwise be attained, as a messenger of richer things yet in store. Se, enth-dny ~-r"'1 ong tIme he came' to a gentleman's of books snitable till The firiends of Israel, on the other hand, therefiore ,IS . tl.I e t tmc 0f ch eeTIng . tlIe co~nten- I.mg fior a I '· and Sabbath-::lchool libmries. could not have encouraged a more worthy a.n?es of God's servants, an~ of sendmg, m an- house, where he asked dhection. The serI."nnl.va link that is greatly needed in the Aheady haveits monthly visitations left an imeducation of the young. When a press upon those who have been favored with sphere of Christian labor, which is well cal- tIClpa~on?f the blessed events, th~ heralds to vant mformed his master of this fact, who, J. MALLEN, } C Pocitn,,' Its calls. They have already learned to welD. E. MAXSON, om. culated to ushel m the blessed events record- proclaIm, III th~ wor.ds ~fthat admlrabte'lliI;Bs- thinking it unsafe that so respectable a lookmg has discharged his duty to the older come it as a httle fl~end, companion, and ed in sacred history, "when the fullness of the age of holy Writ, whICh msplres u~ to "reJOIce man shonld be wandering on the common at of his flock, the wants of the younger counselor. Already they begin to think its Gentiles shall come in, and so all Israel shall WIth Jerusalem, and be glad 'Vlth her," for so late an hour, invited him to stay. Mr. Baxnot been met. Preaching from neigh- visits are like angels' visits, "few and far beDEATH OF CHRISTIAN NATIVES, " tlt~ LORD hath founde~ ~!~,n, and the poor ter readily accepted the invitation, and was be saved." bOlrbolod to neighborhood will not entirely tween." Alteady they begin to reckon time With expectations such as these, and as a of hIS people shall ~ust III It. . treated with great hospitality. His conversab)16 its calls, and ask, "When will it be next I have great Inlo,oQ'·"·P says MI. Mathews. laborer in common with my brethren, I am And here, dear fnends, r conclude WIth t~e tion gave his host a high opinion of his good those wants. VIsiting from house to ~ nth 1" And why 1 .. So that we cao wnting from Zealand to the English willing to clear the roads, and cut asunder the uUlted and best Wlshes of m.yse1f a?d famIly sense and extensive mformati!Jn. The gentlewill not entirely meet them. Sabbath have our Sabbatft-School l'isitm·." But this Chulch SOClety, in reporting the rocks, to prepare the" bighway," and r~joice, to ~ou, and to all our Am~l1.can frIends, as- man wishing to know the quality of his guest, ::"c.l1ol)ls and BIble Classes alone will meet awakening is not enough. The impression case of Arihia, mother of a young man though m so doing I shpuld explre in VIew of sunng you that I am ever w1l1mg to spend and after supper said ' peculiar wants. That minister of the must be followed up-the youthful demands named Paul, died a happy behever m the their restored mheritance. In the glOrIOUS be spent for service of my • "As most pe:sons have some employment years since, this woman prospect before me, it would be no less than your and thOlr devoted brother m Chnst or profession in life, I have no doubt, sir, that nU'IIt'Llf there should be any such , who thinks must be supplied. We need good Sabbath Lord. Some School Libraries-those that are anapted to was one or the . at Okahu, at the murmuring against the Divine Providence- Jesus. JOHN MESIIULLAM. you have yours." , these schol)ls do not come wlthin the scope th e wants of Seventh-day Baptist youth, from foot of the mountain range at the W 0 t roug a " ' 1Wl 1 ever prepare the CIW\LE8 A MINOR. • lctlOns • Mr. Baxter replied with a smile, .. Yes, sir, h fR h h duties, or does not filel a lively inte/est which they can draw and read from week to back of our She possessed a simA NOBLE AM]ITION. I am a man-catcher." hearts of his true servants for his purposeple, lively, and faitn in the Redeemer. should I reluctantly repeat the disappointments has mlstaklm the extent of the duties week. _ I " A man-catcher, are you 1" said the gentle- • she had been a wicked I have endured since our last interview, as office-does lIot nghtly understand the The Teachers of the various classes have She often said "Ialwaysthoughtthat if I could contribute man; "I am very glad to heal you saylStJ, before the Gospel came; they conduce finally to the most salutary re- to the saving of a single soul, it would be a for you are the very person I want. I a;,t.a im,nn,rt"mr.p. anu power of this system of Sab- important and responsible duties resling upon it to be .. God's work of suIts. * '" * * * star, a crown, a glorious down," said a very Justlce of the Peace in this district, and instructIOn. It is his duty to meet the them. Upon them devolves the ImmedIate mercy" to her to hear the words oflile. I will now describe minutely the present eminent servant of Christ. Weare so con commiSSIOned to secure the of pick of' tIle human miud after divine duty of Impartmg religious instruction to I hud known for many yeals, and, wheth- state of Artoss, where every thing so abun- stituted as to be influenced by the hope of re- Baxtel/ who is expected to preach at tnlth~ wherevel.' such desires may he found. ~hose ill theit lespective classes. The eternal mterests of souls depend upon the proper and er in health.or flltl1Clt!Oln, I esteemed it to be a dantly prospers, that it leads me to conclude ward. God has Iecognized this principle of venticle in the'neighborhood early with her. She could that my example and success will actuate my our natu1e, amy has adapted his religion to it. morning; you shall go with me, and I doubt T]ler'e is such a desire inherent in the minds faithful discharge of theIr duties. Those privilege to not read, but ruemory was well stored brethren to help in promoting this interesting The hope of reward has its place as a motive not we shall easily apprehend the r1gne." I all, especially in the youlhful mind. The under their charge are most of Ihem young wilh Gospel and her case, as well as labor. I have previously informed you that to Christl an action, though it IS by no means Mr. Baxter very prudently consented to acA~lhenilmshad their tho~sands of altars smoking and phable, Just beginning to receive the im- numerous otl1ej·s that we have known, serves last winter my farm was immersed in a deluge the fundamental prinCIple of such action. company him. Accordingly, the gentlelPan, as many and diver~ gods/yet they were pressions of truth. Some of them, perhaps, to show the benefit of om- mcompara- of water, in consequence of the rains haVlng The Christian does not serve God became of the following morning, took Mr. Baxter to coming from families where little 01 no attence, and also of duly and sys- been so unremitted and protracted, that m)' the advantages which resl1lt from Ihe service. place where the meetmg was to be satisfied until they h d one dedicated to the tion is paid to religious instruction, are now to ble church tematically the native teacbers. cot was nearly lost in the inundation. Al- The advantages ate not the condltions which When they arlived there, a con god. Thu~ man ever toils and receive their first lessons in biblical knowThe last Hme went to see her she l"epeated though this was calculated to discourage on, restless a~d unsatisfied, amid the ledge. They al'e twigs of future oaks. Now, lead him to engage in the sel"Vice; but selV- ber of the people were hovering the first and verses of the 23d Psalm. most enterprising, it was not long an obstacle ing God from a principld of love, he may be seeing the lustice, they siJflpecteil and conflictmg theories and falsities they may be eastly bent, and During my from home she died hap- to the interpldlty which, in like necessitous influenced by the rewards WhICh a God of love tlOns, and were afraid to entcr house. tM'OIfO'n up by the worr ings of his own mind, "J UBt as the tWlg.s bent, the tree's lOclmed ;" pily, conversi much with her teacher and emergenc18s, has marked my course of life. gtaciously sets before liim. Moses had re- The Justice now intimated to Mr.13axter his hereposesupontr~ths bearibg the impress but, if permitted to grow on, until they be- others of her I inqniIed of her Wah the few laborers then about me, I set ac- spect to the }f,cl)mpense of lBwal d; so may we. fears that Baxter had been appIized of hIS inpaltlcular words did your cOldmgly to work, contliving to recover what direct revela~onfIOtn Deity. For the pur- come rugged, gnarled oaks, they wlll defy all son-in-law, .. The highest rewalds are promised to those tentions, and would dIsappoint them, and proher childten~" He said, seemed to me the last fragments of my indus- who are mstlllmental ill the salvation of sonls. posed to extend their ride, that the peaple of supplying thiJ demand of the hu~an the powers of man to bend them. There is mother leave I adownwald tendency inthe youthful mind, left .. She talked with her teacher; but her try. However, by the assistance of Provi- They that turn many tOI righteousness shall mIght be encouraged to assemble, and glVe I revealing to man his own condItion, and to run its own course, unchecked, unlTuided, unwas, tbat she had been for- dence, I soon restored things to their fQTII1er shine as the stars forevfr and ever. Here them an opportunIty of fulfilling /heir com- I and that it was God's footing and pristine beauty. IThese incessant then is scope for the exercise of that plinci- mission. T.hey did so j but on lJteir return " l'l,,"UlIIlg him directly up to the fountain of all guarded by the friendly hand of ~xperience and truth, the minister preaches ser- and love. That turbid river, swollen by reawhich had made the diffel- and long rains did no less havoc in the city, pIe of action which looks to the hope of re- they still found the people unwillibg to nSSCIIl,- I QhlJdl:en fully undeIstood this to owing to which many houses crumbled to wards; here is scope for a noble ambition. ble. The mawstrate, now supposing that he I in which it is his object to concentrate son of storms and tempests, until property, sai . . 1 happiness, and hfe, yield to its wrathful sweep, were to attend to the same ruins, and every where about the town frag"If yon were-an ambitious man," said one should be disappointed of his object,6 d to able to make them also wise ments of habitations strewed and closed the to a minister of talent and education, who was MI. Baxter, that a,s these people wele milch mind upon some particular prmClp e or had its origin high up in the mountain, from collating different portions of revela- a little spring, whose pUle, sparkling waters, unto I".ti ...·n I court-yards and open passages. But this sea- settled in a rethed and obscure parish, "you disaffected to the governmetlt, he would feelll named Nathaniel, died in our son, however, was one of the rarest that has wonld 1I0t stay in such a place as this." in refel ence to this one point, and en- as they came leaping down the mountainobliged to him if he would address them on ~ettlement a month ago. This man occurred in this country ·on the annals of his"How do you know that I am not an am- the subject of loyalty and go lId behaviour. mrcIIl" its claims npon the hearer hy argument side, could have been turned at pleasure by a Mr. Baxler replied, that as they met for worersuasion. For the same purpose, of man's hand. So, innocent, joyous chlldhood, embraced UtlJ!l!luamlity ten years ago, and was tory. Many aged and experienced citizens bitlO\ls man 1" said the pastor. . can be directed at wtll into whatever chan· a constant P on the means of grace. assured me, that for the space of eighty years .. You do not act like one." ship, it was probable such an address mmd to truth, a~d of preparing it in nel you may please; but, if left to itself until He lived two mIles off, but, though lame as no such rains fell. In May (the present month) "I have my plans os well as others-the re- would not satisfy Jhe bu\ tbat if the 1 to instruct other m nds, we have Theolo- it is rolled and tossed br the storms and pas- well as old, nhthinO" hilt very bad weather or the heat has been such, that throughout every suIts may not appear as soon, perhaps." Justico would engage in prayer hil would enSeminaries establi ed, where the stndent sions of life, it will sweep on. regardless of op- illness would from church. When valley and plain yon may observe the strong, " Are you engaged ill some great work 1" deavor to say something to them. T-he genpoorly, five ,weeks since, he brown Arab, gathering and fanning the harvest, " I am-but the work does not relate to tleman replied that he had not his book taughtSystematic.Theology, with the truths posing circumstances-regaldless of the he founn ~ettIement, and sent word to us not usually ripe even in June, (doubtless oc- hterature or science. I am not ambitious, with him, or he would readily comply Wldl the the Bible, collected from their scattered world's welfare and happiness. The Teach· ers step forward and assume the responsibiliIn a little time his hands casioned by the late plentiful rnins ') My in the ordmary sense of the term. I proposal; but expressed blS that ~o!titi()lls, clil'ped, cut, and compacted into for- ty of dIrecting the youthful mind into the "''''''''P'.Y, and he was told that proba- farm, however, exhibits the most strIking and not desire to occuPY the high places of the Mr. Baxter was able to play with them, as systems. For the same purpose, of in- proper channel. It is a fearfuI'resPQnsibility. Lord's call to him to leave lively feature in -an the neighborhood; every eruth, but I do de.ire to get near my Master's well as to talk to them; and requested1him to was quite resigded to it ; two thing is still in bloom, and from the summit of th10ne in heaven. I care but little for popu- begin with prayer. ~trlLlctiing those whose minds are not so fully Let them prepare to meet it. Let them pray \ I 'I~epar"d fo either of the other methods, we for Divine wisdom and gujdance. Let them years hplf;m~-I he had, feeling himself lonely, the mountains the valley displays the richest lar applause, but I desire to secure.the ap- Theyentered the house, followed! 1>ytlle devoto take him if it were his view of an earthly paradise. 0 that there probation of God. The salvation of souls is people; Mr. Baxter pray.ed With ::j8lbl>!ltn Schools and Bible Classes, in study faitbfully ~nd prayerfully th? lessons prayed the f which they have Impressed npon therr classes. will. It delight to have the Word of were united hearts and hands to assist in mak- the work he is most intereste.l in, and to the tion and fervor j the magistrate, by,·...",- • simple truths 0 -revelation, tbe first If possible, all of the teachers of each school God read him, and to be prayed with. ing It indeed the seat of blessedness and chari- successful prosecution of which he has promis- was soon melted into tears. The g a divine 1Illi,ncilplElS of religion, are presented in a man- sbould meet together and consult over their Three days he died I visited him, when ty ! The pomegranate, fig, peach, and pear, ed the largest rewards." tben preached iu his usual faithful an zealous is buzzing about me." He enclose the sides in beauty, and the fair vine Reader, bave you any claim to the rewardS manner, and when he had concluded e turned lld:apt:ed ito the capacities of the recipients. lessons, and over the interest of their schools. he said, .. Satan wanted, when he said, enhances the salubrious air of health and the $inister's duty to support and this means, erroneouS views may be re- was asked connected with doing good to men 1 HavB to the Justice and said,r .. Sir, I am the very Dick Baxter of whom "To troub1e darken me." On being ask- erty. The productions of Artoss this year you been instrumental in the salvation of a others. why is it noL his duty to support Immreriorto i~$ule a pastoral, threatening with Sah atll,;s, an am pro.ane among t em. becomes a Protestant and' a Republican, cer- the center. I would dp more towards compelling tbe reHenry Clay' says: "I should have been eX(:onlm1unicati$n the conductors of the news- They have violated the law in saying, "One sentiments, oft-repeated in these produc~ect of the community at large, in this read- glad, by.my presence, to have demonstrated paper press offl\blta, unless they speak with day in seven" is the Sabbath, instead of" The '''''r.n~_ both pOlitical and religious, which are Th~ Presbyteriah Church at Bound Brook, ing age of the world, than almost an oth my co,!-,;ction that, while all sincere Christians his Popeship, and with more seventh day." They have put no palpably at open war with the rights of man N. J., was struck lwith lightning, and very y er are StriVIng to arnve at the Bame state of future . _ The Frankfort between the holy and profane-between what and the liberty of conscience. I ""''''J d~ag~d, oli Sabbath, JUI, 19• one thing that could be said of us. 'People bliss-no matter by what different roacls they , [










THE OJ.LlL'.LJ'.I.1.L.LTH RECORDER, JULY 31, 1851. Q;tntrcd lnttlHgtnct. 1!nro}lean News. By the steamer AmerICa we have later newS f~om Europe j but there IS not much worth copying. j ConcernmO" the ExhlbitJon, we have the stereotyped :nnouncement that It contmues throni7ed The pl1zes are not to be awarded till after the close, the pellod for WhICh has been fixed for abont the mIddle of Octobel It IS mtended that arrangements shall be made for hghtmg up the hUlldmg III the eve Ulngs.

JENNY LIND AT AUBURN-Mad'Jle Lind made her appearance on foot m the streets at Auburn sevel al tImes, while in that cIty-and because she could do so WIthout the annoyance of a tram of followers She vIsIted the pnson also, and was conducted through the shops, occaSIOnally speaktng encouragmg words to tbe conVIcts, who weI e permItted by the keeper, undel a lelaxatIon of the rules, to reply In one orthe shops, a conVict, aware of her presence, sent round a shavmg among hIS fellows, on WhICh her name was wnttell WIth chalk The kmd mterest she exhIbited 111 theIr hehalf, seemed to touch the hearts not a few of them Mad'lle Lmd also VISIted Owasco Lake, fanlous for Its echo She SUII~ the echo song there, and was enchanted With the preciSIOn Wlth whIch her own notes came back to her Alb Argus

An lIon belll-tmNflt to be 100 feet high, IS Ibemg erected 32d street, near the North RIVer, New The bell for thIS tower Will weIgh pounds, hemg about doub le tbe weIght any other bell now m use m the State foundatIOn IS hud 14 feet below the SUl"1iit!tl of the ground, and IS SUppOl ted and WIth Iron shafts sunk 10 sohd lOck The WIll command a vIew of the whole and a watch Will he kept III the 0 fOl fil es, undel the directIon of the fire

On the 22d mst , as the express tram on the UtIca and Syracuse RaIlroad was comIng East, when about a mIle West of Canestota, an old lady about fifty years of age, saId to be deaf, and carryIng a parasol over her hearl, stepped out from some bushes, (where she had been gathellng belrIes,) upon the tIack, and walked dllectly agaInst one of the pa8senger calS, which hit her UpOIl the temple, throwmg her a distance of about twenty feet, and kIllIng ber mstantly An ASSOCIatIOn In Baltimore. entItled the "Balance of Power," have detelmlned to contnbute a beautiful block of Maryland marhlato the NatIOnal Washmgton Monument. It WIll be three by foUl feet m leugth alld breadth, and beal m embossed work the fol· lowmg InscrIptIOn: "The Balance of Power Will Pre SCI ve the U mon" The word balance IS to be symbolIzed by a pall of bandsome scales



A part of the roof of the Ene Ralhoad machme WhICh the wOlkmen were m fell on SIxth-day last, killIug f B "" I 1 I h d I h o uua 0, tIe pnnClpa mec alllC, an s Ig tly lllJurIng two others Funds are to be raised m Cleveland, OhIO,

RXCtDtive Gomml\tee of the Easler. ASloelatioB. THE ExecuU~e Oommlttee of tbe Seventh-day Baptlst E.sleru Assomauon wIll (by tbe permISSIOn of PrOVIdence) meet at the meeung·honse of the first Church Hl Hopkmton, ou tbe first day of the week followmg the furlh Sabbath In August, at 9 o'clock A. M S S GR[SWOLD, Sec GRE""MANVILLE, Ot, July23, IB~I I

tilr the erectIOn of a SUItable monument to Our Annlvcrsanes. the m~mory of the pel sons kIlled by the burnTHE MISSIONARY SOCIETY -Tbe Nmlh Anmmg of the steamer GrIffith, on ILake Ene, a venary of the Seventh dav BaptIst MISSIOnary SocIety few months aooo WIll be held (D V) "(Ith the FIrst Ohurch lU Brookfield MadIson Co, NY, on Ihe fifth day 01 tho week The Champlam and St. Lawrence R1ldh',o!l(11 hefore Ihe .econd Sahb.!h In September, (tllh day of 11 b I d fi S J Ii R ' the month,)commenclIlg at 10 o'clock A MEld Na WI e comp ete rom tons to ouses thanV HulIJsexpecledtopreacbtbeopenlDgdl8Coulse Pomt m the course of the I1resent month, , formmg an unbroken railroad pommuDlcatlon THE PUBLlSHfNG SOCIETY -The Second AnD!between Montreal and New York ,ersary of the Seventh.day BaptIst Pobh~blDg Society WIll be beld wltb tbe FlTRt ohurch In Rrookfield, NY, The number of vessels (exclUSIVe of Bay on Slxtb-day, Sept 12,1851 craft) 111 thIS port ~uesday evenIng, wM 562, THE TRAOT SOCIETY -1he Elghtb Anlllversarv of whIch 23 were steamshIps, 1 193 shIps, 93 of the Amencan Sabbalh Tract S'oclety WIll he beld WIth the FIrst Church tn Brookfield on Flrst-day, Sept barks, 126 bllgS, and 217 schooners

Saco, Me, on FrIday, A not occurred July 18th, glOwmg of the anest of Mr Gurney, fOI sellmg ',m"",' James Tuttle, a fnend of struck one of the WIt ~dmal WIseman has been worsted III an nesses named and a general fight en actIOn at law In Jelsey , sued Tuttle W(lS and subsequently Accounts from Ireland announce that the rescued from the but when the fight • potato dIsease has reappeared The extent was over he gave up Sevelal of the LONGEVITY -There are now hvmg m N ewand a large extra IS only partuil alk and I'S VICInIty, seven brothers and Sisters, pohce weI e badly Oliver Brown, a soldIer oftbe Re\olutlOn, 1_4_,_IS_5_1____--,--''-'-_--,-'__-,-__---:::'-'-_----+_ force has been lll, III antiCIpatIOn of An eclIpse of the sun was to OCCllI (and )\. gland fete was to have taken place on the youngest of whom IS m hIS 56th year more trouble arrests of noters have died at Templelon on the 11th lOSt Mr Centrnl Railroad of New Jeuey, probably dId) on Second-day mornmg of the the 11th, on board the Umted States steam- The last death was an mfant, m August, 1798, Brown was the last SUrvlvor,I' of those wno been made Summer Arrangements commencmg Monday March 31, 1851 present week It had peculIar lllterest for shIp Atlantic consequently there has not been a death m were engaged m the fight at ConcOld, AprIl THIS Road extends froljl ELIZABETH1'OR1, 35 the famIly m nearly 53 years The mother The followmg IS a ~tater.aetlt of the amount astrouom81s from the fact of Its bemg the only The bIll for the EmanCipatIOn of the Jews 19, 1775 I mIles to WHITE HOUSE N J reduemg the stag· of tt IS famIly dIed m her 73d year, the father of dutIes collected the prlOclpal ports for total echpse whICh wIll occur on the Northeln j tng between the termlllU" of the Road and EASTON has passed the Commons and been sent up to In IllS 85th-hiS mother III hel 89th, and hIS the yeal 30, 1851. New York, pomon of the earth untIl the 19th of August, The first tlam of cals left Saratoga on to 2') mlles the Lords It IS hoped that It WIll not, for 1 hIS hue lea,es New York by sleamboat Red Jacket two sIstels each In then 92d-one m Newark, $31,756,199, $6,577,540 j PhIladel 1887 It was to he only paroal m thIS coun- Thursday last for Boston, VIa WIJltehall, Bur the third time, meet an unllmely fate m that try, the depth of the shadow at New YOlk Cheshrre, and Fltchbnrg It IS saId from I"er No I NOIth Rner, and cpnueets wllh tram. hngtoD, the other m ElIzabethtown I ecently One phla,$3,667,838, 1,047,278, New branch of the Legtslature that thIS route IS nearel than Jl. way of AIon the New Jersey RaLlroad, whICh leaves New York belllg 3t OIgltS, or less than a thIrd of the the seven hves WIth a marrIed daughter, her- Olleans, 2,296,636, Charleston, $600,712, y "I _ frolll font of CortlalJd st sun's surface There IS httle news flom GeImany, except ~elfpast 50, whose husband IS one of mne Portland, $209,030 $208,994, St barty TRINS UP-Leave New York by steamboat Red fresh reports ofarrangmentsconcerted at War chIldren, the youngest m the neIghborhood T d .. ". I d H Jacket, pIer No 1 North RIver at 9 A M, passenger t LoUIS, 213,832, cmnatl, 105,191, New A dIspatch flOm Chateaugay, NY., Tueswo men, name lUurray fln ennessy, 1 l' M frelgnt, and 5 I'M, passenger, lind by N J saw fot the mlhtaIY .JIBposltIOn III Germany, 50, the oldeot dIed m lufancy, 57 yeals aO"o Haven, 102,139, 76,184, LOUISVille, day, July 22, says FIve young people, whIle employed In unloadmg a scboonet at Rall,oad foot of Oortland·st, at 9 AM, nnd 2 and at so as to suppress any I evolutionary attempt. All are marned, and but two ale lIvmg w7th 66,572, Oswego, , RIchmond, $70,235 Ilamed James AyreR, Garret Persey, J r, So· the wharf m Chadestown, Mass, got mto a P M FroDjl Italy, there IS an unusual number of the second connection Most of them reSIde fralllsieme Wh,le House and followlDg places for We leaIll flOm White Mountams, that phroma Persey, Mary CrIppen. and Emed fight, dnrmg whICh they fellj overboard alld b New ~ork as follows reports of ass assmat IOn The assaSSIll of Marco III and near N ewalk ThClr mothel IS In hel on Tuesday mght venerable patnarch of Daley, went out on the mill pond of the Cha- were oth drowned I WhIte House at 3!A M, freIght, 540 AM, passenger, EvangelIst! IS saId to have been arrested 80th year [N Y Tnbune. the mountalIls, Abel (]ran{Olrd. Esq , departed teaugay RIver fOl a saIl last mght The mght A severe drouth IS plevalling In e~stern at 140 P M thiS lIfe He died a Imgenug and pam- was qUlle dal k and by a sudden movement Vlr
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