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    pont«4 lit ilt« odition ^ our rablicaHoiL I to M jwM i ^ v ^ ^ ' a i r C w i ^ ^ ^ J e r o M ^ Clltitiiibfr, cnooncyil^^

    IB̂ tOll t M i ^ f ^ boforo eluktigea Arbm rerSfioa were •greed apon. CertKin It b, UtH-jiyiir out of erery fiTe cbaugw adopted bjr tboin are hi exact b»rmony ofaeaw w!Ui tbe Union's venion, wbito^'ln lititU' }n«nble f t t t lanm the Canterburr renderings are tefi^am with tlu>»e of the Ulblo Union. I'ake one notaUe esampltt. In tJie Mar^i pumW of th« CotemjMMitrTf Cauoii PaWmr «t«.tventy- foar ea«es In wbicb tbo Canterbury Teraion i«udeni tha "Bix^ t grilai , ttiw^^ God, atte^i^t gr̂ o t̂ thiiifs for ^ , the i-Mis^poe bf;tbb|;asl XiitTIa Opjaipaojr,. Wd̂ ^̂ ^̂

    did hiifisionai-y, w r k thbre f(^rj;^hri^ and patted his ilaily bread u tut indjl^ 8tu«i)|o(l the laat^rw langqagei, esU^bliihwl eliurehes and'sotiooii

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    to lead his tlrst convert down into tho OangOH for burial with Jphus there, When the g m t Bible Society ol Britain rojootod his ttunslati'jnii, beojwta « of il̂ olt̂ fldelfty, by tiaih ho stood ai ' f e a r ^ ^ agulnst the entreaty of iVIonds and Uie reslsten,,.). of Ibos. In a letter to thelateDr. Sharp, of Boston datcfCalcutta^; Yate«;«iy«of him J "When I Avas In Etiglaml, •tftdr my .visit to AJuerioa, Mr. JlMghqij (li loving Baptist and Socrc- t^ry of tho British Bible Society) coiiversed wlUi {î e on tho subject, and wrote, upon It to Dr. Oaroy, l|» consequence of complaints soiit home from CaU ciitla, ho (Hughes) had como to tho conclusion thiJt it was dosU'ablOf for the sake of iMiane to transfoc aiiduot t»'n««lftle, thewoi-d baptizp>', buthowmhl not iMjrsnado either of us that It was our duty to l>o unfaithful, even for tho sako of peace. JJr. CJaitsy would novcr listen, for a moment, to anv l)^opo8als of the kind." Thus, by faith, ho threw himself back upon tho great apostollo truth, "Fir«t pure, then peaceableand there ho stood unmov- ed, till, ripe iu grace and ready for glory, at tho age of eovouty-thrco, ho laid his beautiful head upon the bosom of Jesus, and full aslcpp, the revoml father of onr modern missions.

    By faith Adonlram Judson, having conseciatwl ldin«elf to India, oonimittod hiinaelfto tho great deep, but being captured by a French privateer and Iminurcd In a French dungoon, he was return- ed to his own cOiuitry. By faith be launched for the second time, and for four long months was tossed upon tho sea before reaching Calcutta. By fsith ho discovered a neglected duty, and perforin- e4 it at Soramiwro, when William Ward liiimorsqil him on his faith In Christ By faith ho undertook the formidable task of mistering tho Orlontal lan- guages, Carey had served soveti long years for tho boptlsm of his Bengal Leah in tho Ganges, and se Jiidson wai(ed seven years more for tht/ hniitism of h.lsBumian Kachel In tlio Irrawaddi. By faith he wont to Ava, where ho was arrested as a spy, was thrown Into a noisome dungeon, whore he lay uIno montlis, and then was condemned to death. UehiK released, ho took his family to Amherst, where, by. faith, he burled his seraphic wlfo under tho Ilopla t?ee to sleep, with "little Maria" at her side, till Gml shall raise tho missionary mother and lior child from tho dead, Aftor years of toil, In which ho began his groat Dictioniry, translated Ills great Bible, and planted numerous churches, tho hand of death was laid upon his sccoiid noble wife. Ho at- tempted to bring her to her American homo, where she could sloop , among her own people, but, by faith, ho burled her on the Inland of St, Helena, tho prlsop of Napoleon. When he finished his great Blblorln l83i, and the American Bible Society re- fused to sustain his fldelitv, ho flinched not in one nerve. But bn Dooeinbcr 25, 1840, ho wrote from Maulmain! "I rejoice In the formation of the Blblo TranslaUon Society, and In the continued prosper- ity of the AmoriedJi and Foreign Blbte Seclety. I verily beliovo that it was by the special providence of Ood thftt the old Btblbsooleiies were left to tAke tl̂ o unjuittifiablbdourso that tliey didi, in oider that the peculiar truths, whloh distlngulsli the Baptist denomination, might bo brought forward In a man- ner •iinprooodonted ond itUIi^iiiely Iriumphttnt." By yaltU he IcCit America to flnlsh his work In Bur- mah, hut died on the sea, and his body was buried ' in the sea, where Jehovah wrapped the weeds ai^ttnd his brow, a pure emblem of that ei'own of llfd whloh JostlB will i^ve the scarred >varflor In thitday, ' ' / . ;

    ; I "Aj^ what shall I say ,more ?? Time falls mo to speak of Thomas, Klneald aud Wade; of Cone, Colgate and Maelftv* and thousands or other Bap' tlst'horocs, who, 'a8.i Tht lawyer, jpoHtleian, or preacher, who uBe«;hofo*« hw audlenoo, with i ppmpom display of orudltlon, w^ounees In ^rahdltoqustot-style Ids proposlUons, Md when exputtttiottisoii tip-toia^n oars pHckod 1 iLS® word^blunddrs' at the duUet, ox- niblting udpardonablo Ignorance, covers himmlf


    ptlblish^ Is^ai^ifeMtDUf^rimit^^ .•M^: and'that no'vw*ti«i«er pail claim It as A r^lif to eomnnwe iii anr Baptist church. But while this i« true, a ehntvh

    «ud OHffht̂ Uirongh eoartesy, to.luvlU!bi«Uii«a 6t the same Ikith and order."

    Kbw, If one So humble andm obseufe aaiHiyaelf may dare to eritlelrjj anything Dr. Feudlelua may

    I will venture to say that "the lega of tiie iame are unequal." ''No member of om Baptist eliureh can claim It as a f i>A

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    : fliiigit^iftj^flii of a tiuiforin Uw iipoii (the

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    liairifll^uUoD of l?Qnu«ylviiifla, inlght (ioiirur Um rlghU of to anolh«r, miiftot, by complying wl