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Jahn Edgar Bloomfield,
THE REMAINS OF THE LATE JOHN
APPARENT CONTRADICTIONS HAR- BIOGRAPHY.
QUARTERLY RECORD. Review.
NICHOLS AND SON,]
[CHANDOS ST., STRAND.
All communications to be addressed to the Editor, 51, King Street,
Books for review not to be sent later than the 20th of September.
prevented the Editor from giving lengthened reviews of works sent for his notice, but he trusts in the forthcoming number to do full
justice to this important part of his journal. The second number will appear on the first of October.
The Biblical Messenger;
AND QUARTERLY RECORD.
“ Gather up the fragments that nothing be lost.”
ADDRESS. It is expected that the Editor of any new periodical should briefly state his intentions and sentiments; what interests he strives to maintain, and what objects he endeavours to promote-especially is this the case where there are so many claimants for public favour. The sincere desire of the Editor of the “ BIBLICAL MESSENGER” is to serve the cause of Christ, and to promote the knowledge of the distinguishing truths of the Bible. It will be bis aim to fill his journal with articles on scriptural subjects, and with intelligence deeply interesting to the church of God; written in a vigorous and forcible style. To expose error-by “contending earnestly for the faith once delivered to the saints.”
The principles of the glorious Reformation will be faithfully developed and constantly maintained. Whilst the doctrines of popery-whether propagated by its friends, or by those who under a professed antagonism are aiming to spread its pernicious sentiments, will meet with our unsparing opposition and exposure.