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LONDON, 377, STRAND,
January, 1858.

TO THE CLERGY AND LAITY GENERALLY, TO HEADS OF FAMILIES, TO AUTHORS AND PUBLISHERS, AND TO ALL WHO ARE INTERESTED IN RELIGIOUS LITERATURE.

IN

N an age of great ecclesiastical and polemical activity, when theological and religious publications occupy a most important rank in literature: when Romanism and Dissent are modifying their developments, and resorting to the Press for the dissemination of their principles; and when on the Continent, and especially in Germany, Theology is undergoing many important changes, it can hardly be doubted that there is a wide opening for a learned, impartial, and exclusively critical Journal, conducted on true Church of England principles.

Such a Journal is the LITERARY CHURCHMAN. Commenced in 1855, it has pursued its course to the present time, and has succeeded in attracting the approbation and support of a considerable number of Churchmen, including bishops, clergy, and some of the most influential laity.

At the close of the past year the Editor issued a Circular of Enquiries to his subscribers, and received in return the most satisfactory testimony to the soundness of its principles, the learning and literary ability of its articles, the excellence of its form and general arrangements, and the desirability of proceeding with it on the same plan in future. Thus encouraged, the Editor, assisted by an able staff of writers, and strengthened by an enlarged proprietary and fresh assurances of support, enters upon another year, and requests the attention of the Public to his Journal, as the only one in existence that professes to treat the same range of subjects in the same learned and complete manner.

To Authors it presents an effective means for making the merits of their publications known; while, from the fact of its appearing so frequently, it becomes a better medium for advertising new books than any of the monthly or quarterly periodicals. It is also a desirable advertising medium for all who wish to secure the attention of the clergy and higher classes of educated laity..

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