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This work was instituted for a high and ho once entered the minds of its founders. T enriching them. It was consecrated to Chi the church, whatever these at any time mig system of religion which was planted on this great and beneficent institutions which they 1 sure of ability the work has been conducte it does not become us to decide. We responsibility, which the interests of the wor and manifest, and in the opinion of those be: encouragement to perseverance. It is possil in time to come, that it has hitherto been ; 1 please to retire from the field of controversy sary to devote so much attention to them. able task of stating and applying truth, of
It will be seen, that the Spirit of the Pilg decide, under what circumstances it shall be out a feeble and precarious existence; or v With our past subscription, we have no reaso pressing; and we have never, except in a fer support of this kind should be freely offere numerous, embracing certainly the more intel® We feel bound at this time to say to our friends co-operation, in procuring us a more cxtended and if it is to be continued, it must be suppor
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