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that I long for the universal and constant circulation of cheap tracts and books, it was because I longed for the universal and constant circulation of good cheap tracts and books that I became a printer. And I shall be glad to give up printing myself, as soon as I can see others doing the work. 6. MY DEAR FRIEND, I have at length made up my

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upon a subject, which you know has long occupied my thoughts, and which has often been talked over between us. I have resolved to become a PRINTER, and to make my press subservient to the interests of true religion, and to aid you in the spread of truth and charity, and in promoting a cheap literature among the people. I hope to be able in January, to commence a series of tracts, exhibiting and enforcing the great practical and regenerating ideas of Christianity, and proving the falsehood of the delusions which have passed current under the name of orthodoxy. Some of these tracts will be original, and others selected from the best efforts of Unitarians and others.

I wish those who are engaged in the sale of your works, would engage in the sale of mine, and would communicate to me ky letter their wish to do so. Perhaps if you were to name the subject on the back of some of your publications it would be useful. Barnardcastle,

Your's affectionately,
Dec. 2, 1845.

GEO. BROWN.” The CHRISTIAN will now be resumed, No. 33 will be published on Jan. 1st, 1846: and other numbers will follow, it is expected, till the second volume is completed. Price ld.

To those who would like to read an anti-Trinitarian newspaper, I would take this opportunity of recommending the

Inquirer.” It may be got from. R. Kinder, Green' Arbour Court, Old Bailey, London. It frequently contains articles that do not meet my views, yet it is, on the whole, the most benevolent, the most impartial, the most candid, the most liberal, and in every respect, for aught I can see, the best religious newspaper in the kingdom. If six persons were to join for it, it would only cost them a penny a week.

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ERRATUM. In the 578 p., 2nd col., 1st line, for “Recompense to man,” read, Recompense not to man.

J. BARKER, PRINTER, WORTLEY, NEAR LEEDS,

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