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ROMAN CATHOLIC RELIGION
HELD IN THE SYCAMOBE-MMET MEETING HOUSE, CINCINNATI
OF BETHANY, VIRGINIA,
RT. REV. JOHN B. PUR/CELL,
BISHOP OF CINCINNATI.
TAKEN DOWN BY REPORTERS, AND REVISED BY THE PARTIES.*'
- Believe not every spirit, but try the spirits: for many false prophets
j. "Jf he will not hear the church, let him be to thee as the heathen and
the publican."—Jesus Christ.
Entered According to Act of Confess, in the year 1837,
Br J. A.. JAMES AND CO.,
in the Clerk's Office for the District Court of Ohio.
We the undersigned, having sold and conveyed to J. A. James and Co., of Cincinnati, for a certain sum per copy, (to be paid by them to us, or to our order, and to be appropriated to two public charitable institutions, as agreed on between ourselves,) for all that shall be printed; the exclusive right of printing and publishing the DEBATE on the ROMAN CATHOLIC RELIGION, held in 'the Sycamore Street Meeting House, Cincinnati, from the 13th to the 21st. of January 1837, inclusive, between ourselves, and taken down by Reporters, era.ployed by the said J. A. James & Co., and revised, corrected, and approved by us, do hereby make known that the edition or editions published by J. A. James & Co., or by their authority, and revised by us, must be considered the only correct and authorized editions of said DEBATE. Cincinnati, Fer. 1st 1837. t JOHN B. PURCELL,