1 Free Meetings Advoc. (o.s.) 1 (1826)

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AUBURN, SEPTNMBE            , !S26 .......... N,. .
l'y this shall all men  know  that ye  ave 1Yf 3(  have ](vy! one  to
another.--thn 123.
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.   :-O ill I:'e are a great nu'anr o' Periodicals at pr-cnit, issu..
in- from the Press, there are nbne that are advocating the cause
of freedom in religion.
There are a few editors who have nobly come out to lay before the
publick the Tyranny, Oppression, and deception that are carried on
under the cloak of religin, there are others that are engaged in an una-
vailing controversy abhut doctrines and ceremonies.
In the Advocate an attempt will be made to lay before the publick
the true principles of religious freedom ; that we may know when our
conduct is founded on freedom and when it isnot, and surely we cannot
be too well informed on this subject.
Arguiments in ftvour of free meetings for religious exercise will be
inserted, with all the information that can be collected respecting the
progress of such meetings.
Doctrinal and ceremonial controversy will not ho admitted; but
these proceedings in the religious world ca!culated to injure or !,-
troy our liberties will be noticed.
VON4
The ADVOCATE will be published on the first and fftoeath of
each month on a half sheet of paper in pamphlet form, containing eight
pages.
For the eight numbers to be published this year, thirty seven and a
half cents; payment as to time and manner will be made as easy as pos-
sible. Subscribers disapproving of the Advocate after receiving the
three first numbers, may return them to the publisher and receive back
their pay. But those who do not return the thr-je first numbers before
the fourth is published will be considered subscribers for the eight
numbers.
Orders and communications post paid will be attended to if left at
the Post-Office, or at the subscriber's shop on North Street near
the Bridge.
Persons in the country willing to become agents for circulating the
Advocate, or post riders are. reque5ted to call on the subscriber to make
frra.mtemflls to t! :t effect,      WILLIAM ANDREWV,

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