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The pecuniary embarrassments which have existed in this city for a few months past, have occasioned an unexpected delay in the issuing of the first number of the LITERARY AND THEOLOGICAL Review, and have led to a new arrangement for its publication. The Editor previously appointed, has now become Proprietor of the work, and will conduct it entirely on his own responsibility, with the advice of an Association of Gentlemen in the city of New York, and its neighbourhood. The leading object of the work remains unaltered,—the statement and vindication of the doctrines of the Christian Religion, as held by the great body of the Reformed Church.

By the liberality of a number of benevolent persons belonging to various religious societies in this city, a fund has been raised for security to the proprietor, and to enable him to put the work at a moderate price, notwithstanding the great expenses attending it. It can thus be afforded at THREE DOLLARS per annum, if paid in advance; otherwise the price will be FOUR DOLLARS.

A liberal discount will be made to Agents and Theological Students, who unite in taking it.

The second number will be issued the first week in May, and from that period at intervals of three months.

The work will be published by D. APPLETON & Co., 200 Broadway, to whom all communications relating to its pecuniary concerns should be addressed. A list of agents will be hereafter published.

LEONARD Woods, Jun. New-York, March 5, 1834.

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