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ROMAN CATHOLIC MAGAZINE,
FROM JULY TO DECEMBER, 1815.
“SI QUIS CATHEDRÆ PETRI JUNGITUR-MEUS EST."
38, Duke-ftreet, Grosvenor-square,
The Title of PUBLICIST, hitherto given to this Magazine, we beg leave to exchange for that of CATHOLICON, which we humbly conceive will be regarded as more characteristic of its views and objects, as well as more conformable to the Prospectus that appeared in the Laity's Directory for 1810, when it was first proposed under that title to the attention of the Catholic Public, although from intervening causes the actual period of its publication was delayed till July 1815.
The first Volume of the CATHOLICON being at length accomplished, its Sentiments and Claim to Sup. port may be easily appreciated : that the sphere of its utility may be enlarged, a more extended co-operation of Learning, Piety, and Talent, is now most humbly solicited, and will be gratefully acknowledged by
London, January 31,