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Universalist Quarterly and General Review.

CONDITIONS.-1. This Review is published in numbers, containing one hundred and eight octavo pages each, on superior paper and new type, corresponding with the present number.

2. It is issued quarterly, on the first of January, April, July, and October, making four numbers, or 432 pages, in the course of the year, at Two DOLLARS per annum, payable, in all cases, on the delivery of the first number.

3. Any person paying for six subscribers, in advance, shall receive the seventh copy gratis.

4. All letters and subscriptions to be directed (post paid) to "A. ToмPKINS, 25 Cornhill, Boston, Mass."

CONTENTS-OCTOBER NUMBER.

Art. XXV. THE RELIGION of Zoroaster, (Continued)
Art. XXVI.-DIFFICULTIES SURROUNDING THE DOCTRINE
OF THE RESURRECTION,
Art. XXVII.-THE PROMISE TO ABRAHAM,
Art. XXVIII.-CHRISTIANITY AND THE WAR,
Art. XXIX.-POETRY IN PROSE,

Art. XXX.-A SUMMARY OF THE EARLY CONFLICTS OF
CHRISTIANITY WITH HEATHENISM,

Art. XXXI.-THE UNITY OF THE RACE A BOND OF SYM-
PATHY,

Art. XXXII.-LITERARY NOTICES,

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The Universalist Register for 1862,

CONTAINS A complete Calender for the year; a Clergyman's Almanac; valuable articles on theology; a large number of interesting anecdotes; complete statistics of the Universalist Denomination, with a list of all the clergymen and their Post-office address. Every Universalist should have a copy of this annual record of our denomination. It is an invaluable publication. Send four three-cent įstamps to A. Tompkins, 25 Cornhill, Boston, and you will receive the Register by return mail, post paid.

PASTOR OF THE SOCIETY.

BOSTON: ABEL TOMPKINS, 25 CORNHILL, 1861.

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REV. OTIS A.[SKINNER, D. D.,

A DISCOURSE

Delivered in the Warren St. Universalist Church, on Sunday Oct. 6, 1861. BY REV. THOMAS B. THAYER,

PRICE 12 cents. Send 4 three-cent Stamps to A. TOMPKINS, 25 Cornhill, Boston, and you will receive the valuable Sermon by return of mail, post paid.

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UNIVERSALIST PUBLISHING HOUSE,
ABEL TOMPKINS, Proprietor.

NO. 25 CORNHILL, BOSTON.

KEEPS CONSTANTLY ON HAND

All Books Published in the Universalist Denomination,

INCLUDING

DOCTRINAL, PRACTICAL, AND MISCELLANOUS.

The works of BALLOU, BALFOUR, PAIGE, SKINNER, Whittemore, BaCON, WILLIAMSON, CHAPIN, MONTGOMERY, AUSTIN, SAWYER, THAYER, ADAMS, CLAPP, MANLEY, Lewis, MANFORD, MCMORRIS, MAYO, EMERSON, FRENCH, and many others, may be found among his publications.

Sabbath School Lesson, Service and Singing Books

constantly on hand, and furnished at the very lowest prices. Complete Catalogues sent by mail when desired.

BACON'S SABBATH SCHOOL SERVICE BOOK

Has been the established Service Book in the Universalist Denomination for many years. Over TWENTY-FIVE THOUSAND copies have been sold. The superiority of this book over all others consists in the variety and number of Special Services, the simplicity of language, the variety of music, and the appropriateness of the responses. There is nothing published that is equal to it. It is sold at the low rate of $2.50 per dozen.

JUVENILE

BOOKS

of every kind, suitable for Universalist Sabbath School Libraries, constantly on hand. Particular care is taken to select such books as are not objectionable to Universalists generally, and the largest assortment of Juvenile Books in Boston can be found at this store.

Universalist Societies and Sabbath Schools in all parts of the country will find it to their advantage to send directly to Boston for Library Books, as they will be sure to secure the RIGHT KIND of books, and at such low prices as will more than remunerate them for the cost of transportation. Perfect satisfaction warranted in all cases. As new books are being continually added to the stock, it is impossible to keep a complete list of Juveniles, and to secure such as are desirable in a Universalist Sabbath School Library, the following is all that is necessary to send:

1st. A catalogue of books already in your Library.

2d. The sum to be expended.

3d. The average age of the Scholars for whom the books are intended. Where volumes are desired for Teachers' Library or Department, let this fact be stated, and the books will be selected accordingly.

AGENTS WANTED.

Twenty or thirty good responsible men wanted in various parts of the country to sell Universalist publications, and to canvass for the "Ladies' Repository," to whom liberal discount will be made, by which an active, energetic man can make money. For particulars, and a catalogue of Universalist books, address

A. TOMPKINS, PUBLISHER, 25, CORNHILL, BOSTON, MASS.

WILLIAM A. HALL, PRINTER, 22 SCHOOL STREET, BOSTON.

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