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the Gospel, nor would it be becoming if they should allow their own views or those of their contributors, to be rudely attacked in their own pages. The reader again is better satisfied when he knows what author is before him. And the writer himself, if his productions are approved, enjoys, in the influ. ence and credit they will confer upon him, that which is his right and his reward.
Notwithstanding then, the weight of a periodical as a whole, is divided, and so diminished by the publication of names, it will be the rule in this Review, to give the names with the title of each article, or in the table of contents, unless a request to the contrary is made.
We have thus presented the condition of the Southern Presbyterian Review frankly before our patrons. We have received thankfully the suggestions and criticisms our friends have made in their correspondence, and will endea vor to profit by them. Yet only by their efforts joined with our own can we hope for success. The labours and responsibility we assume for the public good are surely enough without any added annoyance of pecuniary troubles.
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