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October 1, 1853 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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Arab-like face, he moat eloquently speaks of Saviour’s love. He speaks of the delightful communion season he had with Christ when alone the mountains. I took piece of bread,” be says, and some of the pure juice of the grape, and 1 sat down alone among the wild mountains to sup w
February 1, 1855 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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245 actively antagonistic to the truth ; while the oppressions of Protestant confessors in Italy, France, and. Hungary plainly evince that the practical wickedness of the Papacy is increasing wherever it has power or influence. The recent introduction of the full Romish Hierarch
March 1, 1855 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
GENERAL RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

GENERAL RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE.

God of Gods, the Lord, the Great God, the Mighty and Terrible.” Behind the arch a great table for perfumes, upon which six candlesticks are placed; in the first two candlesticks are torches; in the middle ones are two candles; in the two end ones are two lamps. TheSe candlestick
March 1, 1855 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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The Southern Reformed Presbytery, at its meeting at Loughbrickland, on the Ist Tuesday of February, licensed Mr. William Hanna. He had delivered the usual exercises with much approbation ; and he has given large promise of being a useful labourer in the Redeemer’s vineyard. We c
March 1, 1855 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 

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August 1, 1853 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

ECCLESIASTICAL INTELLIGENCE.

William Bussell of Bruslee, Ballyclare, was called to preside. The Chairman introduced the business of the meeting by a few appropriate remarks. The Secretary, Mr. Peter Beynolds, instead of reading a written report, proceeded to make a few verbal statements, showing that the as
August 1, 1853 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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cer complying'with the Papal requisition shall at once be dismissed from his service. This is well so far, but it will require much more stringent measures of defence to check effectually the rest- less machinations of the Papacy. The Parliamentary intelligence presents little t
August 1, 1853 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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sent time to renew the Covenants was next pointed oat. This was shown to be furnished by defection from covenanted attainments in the Churches, and the active and untiring efforts of enemies against the cause of God. The British Covenants are the best barrier against the inroads
November 1, 1853 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland
 
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November 1, 1853 - Monitor, and Missionary Chronicle, of the Reformed Presbyterian Church in Ireland - Belfast, Antrim, Northern Ireland