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By a gentleman, we mean not to draw a line that would be invidious between high and low, rank and subordination, riches
R E A DERS.
Nothing can be more gratifying to an Editor, at the close of each succeeding volume of his work, than to be able to state the proud consciousness of increased success, and the probability of a still more extended patronage to the volume about to commence. We feel so satisfied with the behaviour of our friends towards our periodical bantling, that we have determined to extend our liabilities-to become owner as well as editor-and risk an increased expenditure in the conduct of our favorite work. We have no fears respecting the result.
Again, we tender our thanks to various of our contributors, whose steady kindness deserves our warmest gratitude. Philadelphia, December 1st, 1838.
W. E. B.