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Connecticut Evangelical Magazinc.
Sin neceffarily leads to mifery. 206 RELIGIOUS INTELLIGENCE,
PRINTED BY HUDSON & GOODWIN, FOR THE EDITORS.
JAMES COGSWELI., D. D.
ELIJAH PARSONS, A. M.
O AS there are but a few setts of the Magazine now on hand, and as new subscribers are continually applying, it may perhaps become necessary to republish the fix first numbers. The Editors therefore request all those who are desirous of having the work from the beginning to send in their by the 20th of December, that its republication may commence in the course of next month, and that such a number of copies may be printed for the subsequent months, as to render another edition unnecessary. If 300 new fubferibers apply, the work will again go to press.
EVERY thing which has the appearance of controversy is incon. fiflent with the original plan of the Magazine : Nevertheless on many subjetts, especially expofitions of difficult paljages of scripture, it may be high, ly afeful and proper to publij different explanations of the same text, as a more likely way to develope the truth. In all such cases, the Editors requell their correspondents to write not in a controversial form, but simply Nate their sentiments with arguments in support of them, without a particular reference to any other writer in the Magazine.
THE Editors again return their thanks to the public for the liberal patronage given to this work. The subscriptions are numerous, and if their brethren in the ministry will assist them, they hope to be able to furnish a Magazine monthly which will be acceptable to their readers ; but without such affidance, the work cannot be long continued. They flatter themselves that a publication whufe objet is so benevolent will not be difcontinued for want of matter. Every circumstance, of a religious nature, which can be interesting to the public will be attended to. More matter is now was. ted.
THOSE who have anything to communicate are reminded that whatever is paid for postage is so much taken from the charitable fund to which the profits of the work are appropriated. Several letters bave already been fent, on which the postage was not paid.
at Subscribers are notified that when they wish to discontinue taking the Magazine, it is expe&ed they will give fix weeks previous notice to the publifbers. Until such notice is given they will be considered as bound to pay.
ALL remittances of pay are to be made direaly to the publisbers.--! Hudson & Goodwin, and no other person is authorized to settle an account.
THIS DAY PUBLISHED
ON VARIOUS SUBJECTS,
Br The Rev. NATHAN STRONG.
N. B. Subscribers living in New-Haven county may be furnished
sale at as low prices as the times
Books & Stationary. October 27
Just received from Philadelphia and New-York and for sale by
HUDSON & GOODWIN,
Rev. JOHN WITHERSPOON, D. D. L. L. D.
To which is prefixed,
An Account of the Author's Life,
of New-York.3 Vols.
and Historical account of the Places: A literal, criti-
tioned in the writings of the Old and New-Teftament. The whole comprising whatever important is known
concerning the antiquities of the Hebrew nation and Church of God; forming a sacred Commentary; a body of Scripture History, Chronology, and Divinity; and serving in a great measure as a Concordance to the Bible.
BY JOHN BROWN.