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THE

Congregational
BOSTON REVIEW.

DEVOTED TO

THEOLOGY AND LITERATURE.

VOLUME L.

Sanctos ausus recludere fontes.

BOSTON:
JOHN M. WHITTEMORE AND COMPANY.

NEW YORK: M. W. DODD. PHILADELPHIA : W. S. AND A. MARTINE.

LONDON: TRUBNER AND COMPANY.

1861.

Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1861, by the

Boston REVIEW COMPANY, in the Clerk's Office of the District Court of the District of Massachusetts.

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This modern, thorough, bold Review is now in its fourth year. It aims to give a pure and safe literature and sound theology for the family and the church, and has already gained a wide attention and sympathy. Having proved that there is a field and a need for it, and having established itself without any expense of advertising or agency, it now proposes a much more general circulation, by advertising, canvassing, etc. Having established the REVIEW, the Editors and Proprietors mean to spare no labor or expense that will make it equal to the best of its kind. The coöperation of friends is solicited, and the candid examination of others.

The Editors are happy to announce to their readers that they already have upwards of forty contributors, with that goodly list increasing in each Number.

The Publishers also now feel warranted, as will be seen by the terms, in reducing the price of the REVIEW, making it cheaper than any Periodical of the kind and size.

The REVIEW is published by J. M. Whittemore & Co., 114 Washington Street, Boston, once in two months : -- on the first of January, March, May, July, September, and November.

Each number will contain about one hundred pages, and the six numbers for the year will constitute a volume equalling in size the usual volumes of quarterlies.

Its terms are now Two Dollars and Fifty Cents per annum, when paid in advance or within two months, otherwise Three Dollars. Those who have already remitted Three Dollars in advance for 1864, will be credited fifty cents on the next year. The postage on this Magazine is eighteen cents per year.

Any communications pertaining to its editorial department may be sent to • The Editors of the Boston Review, 114 Washington Street, Boston.” Orders for it, remittances, and any communications pertaining to its publication, may be sent to the Publishers.

Cloth Covers for the previous volumes of the REVIEW will be supplied by the Publishers at thirty cents each, or the volumes bound, at sixty cents each.

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