their pulpits polluted, were they to be oc^ cupied by dissenting ^ministers/ ’ HdfP ever, every person, |0Satever may be the liberality of his views on Christian sub jects, must, in the present state of religious society, be \ considered as connected with edpe particular denomination; ai section of the Christian church with I have been more particularly coi for twenty years past, is that which under the fame of Independants; twish^yHnd a Christian intercoui good jnSrof all denominations.^ 3 Gospel Publisher. mjwSmfc your Children.—-One of the most learned men of the present day made the following short comment on the education of children: > “ If the time shall ever come when this ity republic shall totter—when the icon which now rises in a pillar of fire, > sign and wonder of the wfcrld, jjnfLwax Sjjb the c&use will be found in^jPfl^no rance off the people. If our Union is still to continue to cheer the hopes and ani mate the efforts of the oppressed of all nations; if long days of blessedness are to attend our country in her career of glory; if you would have the sun continue to shed its unclouded rays" on the face of freemen, then educate all the child||« in the land.” _ As Eltetthifred Iseley is expect ed to travel quite extensively the ensuing year, both in North Carolina and Virgi iiHt ho is hefbby authorize to act as gene ral agent for the Christian Sun. As a large number of our subscribers reside wilhin the range of his ministerial opera tions, they ar# hereby requested to pay the amount due upon their subscriptions fimthe^Sun to him. And likewise, he is hereby authorized to procure and receive the names of nfew subscribers for the pa per, and we sincerely hope that kind friends and patrons will exert themselves to enbif|{vfnd extend our present sub ||n thusbringing forward the name of brother Iseley a9 oifr agent, we wish it not to be understood that we - ; ! nullify the appointment made in tlie first number, of the all minister* of the Chris tian denomination, to act as agents. We merely mention the name oSf brother Ise ley, because he is travelling at large, and in consequence of passing frequently through our vicinity, it affords a favorable oppor tunity for subscribers to make remittan Payments received for First Volume of the Christian Sum >" Thomas Lynch, esq. John W. Shaw, . Bedford M‘Cray, Alvis King, James Dick ey, William Walker, William Shaw, Bing ham Apple, Christian Iseley, Elder Adfrea Iseley, Robeit S. Moffitt, Charles Moffitt, Aaron A. Sewel, William Merritt, Lud wick Clapp, Mrs. Rachel Iseley, William : Albright, Elder Martain Staley, Benjamin \\jgy, David VestdT, Enos Moss, Elder Henry B. Hayes, Charles E. Finch, Elder Littlejohn Utley, $3, Samuel P. Moore, Emanuel Clapp, James Whitsitt, Milton Holt, Col. Joseph Holt, N. C. fflfBT God willing, Elder Alfred Apple will preach at Kedar meeting house, War ren county, N. C., on the 27th and 28th at the following places in Virginia, Thursday the 6th of Jfne, at Providence, Halifax county; on Friday the 7th, at Shi loh|ifOii Saturday the 8th, at Christian Cha pel; %n Sunday the 9th, at Pleasant Grove; on Tuesday the 11th, at Liberty Grove; on Wednesday the 12th, atToomer’s; on Thursday the 13th, at Redfefe’s; on Friday the 14th, at ChapePs; on Sundayifhe 16th, at Concord. Brethren andfrienas will be so good as to give as much publicity to the above list of appointments as possible. THE CHRISTIAN SUN, Is published at Hillsborough, N. C. on the first of each month, at one dollar per annum, pay. able in advance. Edited by Elder D. W. Kerr, of Junto. fAM commuMbliona must be addressed to Elder D. VV. Kerr, P. M., Junto, Orange coon* of April, fjMF* Elder Alfred Iseley will Printer.

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