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AN ASSOCIATION OF GENTLEMEN.
CONTENTS, New Year,
! Reciprocal duties of minister The hour of Death.
5 and people. Publie worship, 26 Opinions of Tertullian,
7 The means of cultivating love Claims of Christianity to our
to God i careful attention and study, 13 He that is not against us is on Orthodox encharitableness, 21 | our part,
EF DAVID FELT, NEW YORK..
JOHN MARDES, LONDON.
This work is intended for the defence and wider dissemination of the religious views which commend themselves to the Unitarian, as the most scriptural and rational. But in pursuing these objects, we hope never to forget that the great principles of Christianity are the peculiar property of no denomination of Christians, but are held in common by them all. While we strive to dispel those prejudices which give to error its most efficient support, we shall labor yet more earnestly to correct those misapprehensions which have reached the heart with their influence, and caused a feeling of abhorrence to mingle with the love of supposed truth in the minds of our opponents.
The Unitarian Advocate and Religious Miscellany is open for discussions on all important topics of morals and religion. Essays and Dissertations relating to Scriptural interpretation, and adapted to throw light on the sacred volume, and assist the serious inquirer in his pursuit of truth, will be especially welcome. A temperate exposure of prevailing erroneous opinions, and an open though charitable and candid defence of what is esteemed important truth in opposition to these opinions, will be frequently attempted in this work.
Writers will receive 50 cents a page for all matter contributed and accepted.
CONDITIONS. I, The Unitarian Advocate and Religious Miscellany will be published on the first day of every month, commencing with January, 1830, each number to contain 48 pages duodecimo, handsomely printed on superfine paper, with new type—the whole making two volumes a year, of 288 pages each.
II. Price, Two Dollars a year—to be paid on the delivery of the 3d number.
III. Any person who shall procure five subscribers, shall receive one copy gratis.
IV. Agents will be supplied with the work on the following terms, viz--For one hundred copies, one third discount; fifty copies, one fourth discount.-Any number less than fifty, one fifth discount.
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L. C. BOWLES, Publisher, Boston.