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JULY AND OCTOBER, 1822.
“ Whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things
Printed at the Caxton Press, by Henry Fisher.
The EDITORS cannot present another Volume of their Work to the Public, without returning their thanks for increased support, and respectfully soliciting its extension. In the present day their object is peculiarly important, and will, they flatter themselves, commend itself to the cordial support of every friend to the connection which ought to be maintained between sound Literature and pure Religion.
The Fac-similes of Autographs of eminent men, introduced within the last year into this work—the Portrait presented to their readers with the present number—and the extension of their American correspondence, will, they trust, prove the sincerity of their professions, that no efforts will be wanting on their parts to render their Journal worthy of the public support, which they earnestly solicit.
CONTENTS TO NUMBER IX.
ORIGINAL LETTERS FROM EMINENT PERSONS.