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eat goodness as may engage us to a true thankfulness, such as may appear in our lives by an humble, holy, and obedient walking before thee all our days through Jesus Christ our Lord, to whom, with thee and the Holy Spirit, as for all thy mercies, so in particular for this victory and deliverance, be all honor and glory, world withaffliction, and with resignation to thy blessed will; comfort them with a sense of thy goodness, lift up thy countenance upon them, and give them peace through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen! II. for the wounded, the sick, and dying.--O, most gracious Father! we fly unto thee for mercy in behalf of those, thy poor servants, lyito thy unspeakable glory that thou hast redeemed the souls of thy servants from eternal death, and made them partakers of the everlasting life which is through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen! I desire that these prayers be used on the occasion above referred to, and so long as shall seem proper and expedient to you, and in that p
everal place and station, and all of us conjointly, as a greatly sinning and greatly punished people. What we want is faith; faith, to perceive that God is, and is a rewarder of them that diligently seek him; faith, to believe in him and in Jesus Christ, whom he hath sent; faith, to find out that there are better things to labor for than the good things of this present life, better uses of our days and means than making haste to be rich; faith, to lay the evil secrets of our hearts before ouronately invite you; and implore you, not only in public assemblage on the day set apart for national observance, but also continually, in every mode of approach to God in prayer, before and after the set time of solemn service, to supplicate our Father in Heaven for the bestowal upon this people of his unspeakable blessing of godly quietness in public peace. Affectionately and faithfully, your servant in Christ, William Rollinson Whittingham, Bishop of Maryland. Baltimore, August 14, 1861.
sake; but be merciful unto Thy people, whom thou hast redeemed, and be not angry with us forever. Pardon us, O gracious God, for Thy mercy's sake, and restore order, tranquillity, and fraternal unity amongst us, through the merits of Thy Son Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. ¶ After the General Thanksgiving, shall be said the following Prayer: Oh, Almighty God, the Sovereign Commander of the world, to whom belongeth power, which none is able to withstand, we commend to Thy Gracious protec their households; assuage their fears, encourage their hearts, and comfort them with Thy grace and heavenly benediction under any afflictions Thou shalt see fit to lay upon them. And grant that those Thy servants, and all of us, being duly impressed with a sense of thy goodness toward us in the past, may have cause to bless Thy name for the continuance of Thy mercies to us, and may ever express our thankfulness by a holy trust in Thee and obedience to Thy laws, through Jesus Christ our Lord.
ee in affliction, but for the glory of Thy name be appeased, and relieve those who are in tribulation. Through our Lord Jesus Christ, who with Thee and the Holy Ghost, liveth and reigneth God for ever. Amen. with the Litany of the Saints, and the prayer for the authorities, We pray Thee, O Almighty and Eternal God! who through Jesus Christ, hast revealed Thy glory to all nations, to preserve the works of Thy mercy, that Thy Church, being spread through the whole world, may continue, with oly, to endow with heavenly knowledge, sincere zeal, and sanctity of life, our chief bishop N. N., the Vicar of our Lord Jesus Christ, in the government of his Church; our own bishop, N. N., all other bishops, prelates, and pastors of the Church; anne worship, and proved their claim to our grateful and charitable remembrance. To these, O Lord, and to all that rest in Christ, grant, we beseech Thee, a place of refreshment, light, and everlasting peace, through the same Jesus Christ, our Lord an
se nature and property is ever to have mercy, receive the humble petitions, which, with one heart and one mouth, throughout this land are now offered unto Thee; and though we be tied and bound with the chain of our sins, yet let the pitifulness of Thy great mercy loose us. Give us grace seriously to lay to heart the great dangers we are in by our unhappy divisions. Take away all hatred and prejudice, and whatsoever else may hinder the restoration of Godly union and concord; that, as there is but One Body, and One Spirit, and One Hope of our Calling, One Lord, One Faith, One Baptism, One God and Father of us all; so we may once again be made to be of one heart and of one soul, united in one holy bond of Truth and Peace, of Faith and Charity, and may, with one mind and one mouth, glorify Thee; through Jesus Christ our Lord. Amen. Evening Prayer.--Proper Psalms, 49th and 90th. First Lesson, Ezek. 33d. Second Lesson, Hebrews 12th. Collect as in the morning — Special Prayers.
d--Francis Enwright, private.--Wounded, Michael F. Andrews, Lance Corporal; Cornelius Daniels, private; Andrew Dougherty, severely, since died; George L. Rice, private, severely; John Ledwidge, private, severely. Twenty-Fifth Ohio.--Wounded, John Everingham, private, Company E, slightly; Alex. Pemberton, private, Company E, slightly; Michael Mulgrove, Company E, slightly Twenty-Fourth Ohio.--Killed, John Riddle, Company B, by a six-pound shot.--Wounded, John Bailey, Company B, private; Christ. Reiner, Company B, private; and William F. Fuller, Company F, private, all slightly. Ninth Indiana.--Killed, Albert I. Abbott, private, Company C; Lewis E. Smith, private, Company H.--Wounded, James Arrick, Sergt., Company D; Murray McConnell, private, Company E; Thomas S. Bull, Sergeant, Company F; Henry Bishop, private, Company G; John H. Natus, private, Company F; Isaac S. Bryant, Corporal, Company E. Fourteenth Indiana.--Killed, Amos Boyd, private, Company C.--Wounded, Captain S.
we enjoin the most thorough self-examination in reference to the sin of complicity with that gigantic wrong which is the chief occasion of this Divine chastisement; that if there be among us any who, in their personal, social, or political relations, have failed to clear themselves of all responsibility for this iniquity, they may hasten to repent and bring forth fruits meet for repentance. 3. We deeply sympathize with the gallant men, our fellow-citizens, and many of them our brethren in Christ, who have taken their lives in their hands and gone forth to do battle for the great principles of civil and religious liberty, of justice and humanity, which the conspirators are seeking to subvert. We commend them to the Lord of Hosts, and pray that he will protect them in the camp and in the field, and make them victorious. 4. We tender to the loyal men in the rebellious States, who still resist the terrorism of the conspirators, and to the kindred and friends of our soldiers, who hav
to the food of man, and of those whose busy skill and handicraft combine to prepare for various use the crops of the earth and the sea :-- For the advantages of sound learning, placed within the reach of all children of the people, and the freedom and alacrity with which these advantages are embraced and improved: For the opportunities of religious instruction and worship, universally enjoyed by consciences untrammelled by any human authority:-- For the redemption of the world by Jesus Christ, for the means of grace, and the hope of glory. And with one accord, let us bless and praise God for the oneness of heart, mind, and purpose in which He has united the people of this ancient Commonwealth for the defence of the rights, liberties, and honor of our beloved country:-- May we stand forever in the same mind, remembering the devoted lives of our fathers, the precious inheritance of Freedom received at their hands, the weight of glory which awaits the faithful, and the infi
Jefferson Davis. The Confederate form of Prayer. The following is the form of prayer read in all the various churches and denominations throughout the Confederate States on the Fast Day, November 15. In the Jewish Synagogues the name of Christ was omitted: Almighty God, the Sovereign Disposer of events, it hath pleased Thee to protect and defend the Confederate States hitherto in their conflict with their enemies, and be unto them a shield. With grateful thanks we recognize Thee that it may please Thee to grant us Thy blessing upon our arms, and give us victory over all our enemies, wherever they may be. Preserve our homes and altars from pollution, and secure to us the restoration of peace and prosperity; all of which we ask in the name of Jesus Christ, our Blessed Lord and Saviour, to whom, with Thee, the Father and the Holy Spirit, we will give all the praise and glory in time and throughout all eternity. Amen and Amen. --Atlanta Southern Confederacy, Nov. 9.
Co. B--Privates Stephen Wilcox,----Sweet. Co. C--Private Erastus Sanders. Co. D--Private Moris E. Richards. Co. E--Capt. James R. Sherwood; Private Charles H. Allen. Co. I--Privates Christian Bliss, Levisone Packard, William Hackerthorn. Co. K--Sergeant Frank M. Rust; Private David Widman. Second Virginia regiment.--Killed.--Co. A--Private Gustavius Steider, shot in the head. Co. G--First Lieutenant Sickman. Wounded.--Co. D--Fourth Corporal John L. Heist, mortally. Co. C--Fourth Serg't Christ. Schweder, dangerously. Co. F--First Corporal James Stewart. Slightly Wounded.--Co. A--Second Lieutenant O. R. West, in the knee. Private Samuel L. Reynolds, in shoulder. Co. D--Private M. B. Mnyson, shot through body. Co. G--Private William Hulville, in cheek. Total killed20 Total wounded107 Total missing10 The foregoing is a true statement of facts, as they have occurred in the late battle at Camp Alleghany. Yours, &c., J. S. H. Wheeling Intelligencer account.
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