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South Carolina (South Carolina, United States) (search for this): article 1
ction at Bethel church and on the plains of Manassas, proved to disastrous to himself, when his legions were sent howling back to their capital in consternation and dismay. Well might we ask "where is the furry of the oppressor as if he were ready to destroy" And now one of their foremost orators who made himself conspicuous on the floors of Congress for his bitterness against us had lately been stain by Southern bullets.--he who said that Massachusetts should yet furnish a Governor for South Carolina. Peace to his ashes. We wish to his spirit no harm but we could ask "Is he ready to destroy; where is the tury of the oppressor?" Our sufferings are not unknown to Him who rules the sea, and the anxiety of the captive exile is shown to him. He has not forgotten us when we suffer. He is the "retiner." Like the refiner of gold and silver who sits watching the operation of the fire, increasing it when he sees necessary, but withdrawing the gold and silver at the proper moment when a
Georgia (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
the fire, increasing it when he sees necessary, but withdrawing the gold and silver at the proper moment when all the impurities have been removed, so God is now purifying us by making us to pass through a season of tribulation and suffering, and when we shall have been refined and purified, He will say "It is enough." The peroration of the discourse was surpassingly eloquent and affecting. None who were present will ever forget the pathetic allusion to the dying words of the youthful Georgia soldier, recalled by the words in the text, "And have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand. " Few have had so beautiful a tribute to their memory, as the preacher paid to that of this soldier hero, who had looked death right in the face upon the field of battle, escaped that field of carnage at Manassas only to fall a victim to the merciless typhoid, far from his home in a cheerless Richmond hotel. This youth said on being asked if he was afraid to die, "Oh no, I am not afraid to die; I
Massachusetts (Massachusetts, United States) (search for this): article 1
rwhelm us, but whose first efforts at our destruction at Bethel church and on the plains of Manassas, proved to disastrous to himself, when his legions were sent howling back to their capital in consternation and dismay. Well might we ask "where is the furry of the oppressor as if he were ready to destroy" And now one of their foremost orators who made himself conspicuous on the floors of Congress for his bitterness against us had lately been stain by Southern bullets.--he who said that Massachusetts should yet furnish a Governor for South Carolina. Peace to his ashes. We wish to his spirit no harm but we could ask "Is he ready to destroy; where is the tury of the oppressor?" Our sufferings are not unknown to Him who rules the sea, and the anxiety of the captive exile is shown to him. He has not forgotten us when we suffer. He is the "retiner." Like the refiner of gold and silver who sits watching the operation of the fire, increasing it when he sees necessary, but withdrawin
Savannah (Georgia, United States) (search for this): article 1
to the Commander above. I did want again to see my mother, but I musn't mind that. We shall meet in a better land" After a time, and almost his last words, he said, "If I could only see my mother and get her last kiss. I would willingly die and go up yonder to a sweet little sister we buried six short months ago. Oh, Mr. Duncan, wouldn't that be Grand — wouldn't that be Grand." The name of this young hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regiment, commanded by the gallant and lamented Bartow. They were worthy of each other. May their example animate and strengthen us for the future contest. "And I have put my words in thy mouth, and have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand. " Trinity Church. The Rev. J. D. Coulling preached as excellent sermon at Trinity (M. E) Church, from the 20th chapter of 2d Chronicles, 9th verse "If, when evil come
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hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regiment, commanded by the gallant and lamented Bartow. They were worthy of each other. May their example animate and strengthen us for the future contest. "And I have put my words in thy mouth, and have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand. " Trinity Church. The Rev. J. D. Coulling preached as excellent sermon at Trinity (M. E) Church, from the 20th chapter of 2d Chronicles, 9th verse "If, when evil cometh upon us, as the sword, judgment, or pestilence, or famine, we stand before this house and in Thy presence, (for Thy name is in this house,) and cry unto Thee in our affliction, then Thou will hear and help. " In considering the subject, the speaker went on to show the certainty of an overruling Providence in the circumstances by which we were at present surrounded. The degeneracy and wickedness of the No
James A. Duncan (search for this): article 1
Fast day sermons. We append some sketches of sermons delivered in this city on the late Fast Day, which the heavy demand upon our columns obliged us to defer yesterday: Broad street Methodist Church. The Rev. James A. Duncan preached a most appropriate, instructive and powerful discourse, to a large congregation, from the words contained in the 51st chapter of the prophecies of Isaiah, from the ninth to the sixteenth verses inclusive. "Awake, awake, put on strength, O arm of the Lo that. We shall meet in a better land" After a time, and almost his last words, he said, "If I could only see my mother and get her last kiss. I would willingly die and go up yonder to a sweet little sister we buried six short months ago. Oh, Mr. Duncan, wouldn't that be Grand — wouldn't that be Grand." The name of this young hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regim
J. D. Coulling (search for this): article 1
dn't that be Grand." The name of this young hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regiment, commanded by the gallant and lamented Bartow. They were worthy of each other. May their example animate and strengthen us for the future contest. "And I have put my words in thy mouth, and have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand. " Trinity Church. The Rev. J. D. Coulling preached as excellent sermon at Trinity (M. E) Church, from the 20th chapter of 2d Chronicles, 9th verse "If, when evil cometh upon us, as the sword, judgment, or pestilence, or famine, we stand before this house and in Thy presence, (for Thy name is in this house,) and cry unto Thee in our affliction, then Thou will hear and help. " In considering the subject, the speaker went on to show the certainty of an overruling Providence in the circumstances by which we were at present surr
George Whitfield Stevens (search for this): article 1
e to make a good report to the Commander above. I did want again to see my mother, but I musn't mind that. We shall meet in a better land" After a time, and almost his last words, he said, "If I could only see my mother and get her last kiss. I would willingly die and go up yonder to a sweet little sister we buried six short months ago. Oh, Mr. Duncan, wouldn't that be Grand — wouldn't that be Grand." The name of this young hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regiment, commanded by the gallant and lamented Bartow. They were worthy of each other. May their example animate and strengthen us for the future contest. "And I have put my words in thy mouth, and have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand. " Trinity Church. The Rev. J. D. Coulling preached as excellent sermon at Trinity (M. E) Church, from the 20th chapter of 2d Chronicles, 9th ve
P. T. Moore (search for this): article 1
, bringing the mind of the hearer crossly home to the promise of the text that God will hear and who call upon his name in this Second Presbyterian Church. On of the most able and eloquent sermons of the day was delivered by the Rev Moore, at the above-named church, (the gradations of the First and Second having ted on the occasion.) from 2d Chronicles, chapter, 34th and 35th verses: "If the people go out to war against their enemies the way that thou shalt send them, and ey pe war thus far: on many red fields of battle, where youthful volunteers and raw militia have stood, like walls of stone, the shock of out numbering hosts, and turned back the billows of fire which swept along to consume them, have we seen fulfilled the power of a nation's prayers. We do not attempt to give the beautiful language in which Dr. Moore invoked the people to resort to God in time of war. The sermon will doubtless be published in pamphlet form, and we recommend its perusal to all.
a time, and almost his last words, he said, "If I could only see my mother and get her last kiss. I would willingly die and go up yonder to a sweet little sister we buried six short months ago. Oh, Mr. Duncan, wouldn't that be Grand — wouldn't that be Grand." The name of this young hero who thus quested not before the last enemy, is George Whitfield Stevens, of Savannah, Ga., a member of the Oglethorpe Infantry, and of the immortal Eighth Regiment, commanded by the gallant and lamented Bartow. They were worthy of each other. May their example animate and strengthen us for the future contest. "And I have put my words in thy mouth, and have covered thee in the shadow of mine hand. " Trinity Church. The Rev. J. D. Coulling preached as excellent sermon at Trinity (M. E) Church, from the 20th chapter of 2d Chronicles, 9th verse "If, when evil cometh upon us, as the sword, judgment, or pestilence, or famine, we stand before this house and in Thy presence, (for Thy name
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