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J. Alexander, Norwich.

W. L. Alexander, D.D., Edinburgh. H. Allon, Islington.

T. W. Aveling, Kingsland.

J. Bennett, D.D., London.

S. B. Bergne.

T. Binney, London.

A. M. Brown, LL.D., Cheltenham.

H. F. Burder, D.D., London.

J. Burder, M.A., Bristol.

J. Clayton, M.A., Brighton.

G. Clayton, Upminster.

E. R. Conder, M.A., Poole.

T. Craig, Bocking.

R. W. Dale, M.A., Birmingham.

T. East, London.

W. S. Edwards, London.

W. Ellis, Hoddesdon.

J. Fleming, Kentish Town.

H. J. Gamble, Upper Clapton.
J. N. Goulty, Brighton.
R. Halley, D.D., New College.
J. C. Harrison, Camden Town.

J. Hill, Clapham.

T. James, London.

A. Jack, M.A., North Shields.

J. Kelly, Liverpool.

J. Kennedy, M.A., Stepney.
W. Legg, B.A., Reading.

Rev. J. Leifchild, D.D., London.

J. Macfarlane, LL.D., Glasgow.

E. Mannering, London.

S. Martin, London.

E. Mellor, M.A., Halifax.

I. Vale Mummery, F.R.A.S., London.

J. Parsons, York.

E. Prout, London.

T. Raffles, D.D., LL.D., Liverpool.

R. Redpath, M.A., London.

G. Redford, D.D., LL.D., Worcester.

A. Reed, D.D., London.

J. Reynolds, Leeds.

H. R. Reynolds, B.A., Leeds.

H. Roper, Bristol.

J. Sherman, Blackheath.

J. Smart, D.D., Leith.

G. Smith, Poplar.

J. Spence, D.D.

J. Stoughton, Kensington.

J. Stratten, London.

W. Swan, Edinburgh.

S. Thodey, London.

P. Thomson, M.A., Manchester.
A. Tidman, D.D., London.

H. Townley, London.

W. Urwick, D.D., Dublin.
R. Vaughan, D.D., Uxbridge.
J. Young, D.D., London.
J. Viney, Highgate.








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typographical alterations, enables the Editor to introduce more matter into
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In the NEW SERIES, as in the OLD, there will be no flinching from the

assertion of thoroughly Evangelical opinions and sentiments, and no pains

will be spared to detect and expose error whenever it comes within that

circle of literature which it is the province of this Periodical to watch and

notice and now, as before, will the motto of our writers be "speaking

the truth in love."

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