Excerpt from Quarterly Register and Journal of the American Education Society, 1829, Vol. 1
Eran institution which depends upon public interest and confidence brsupport, must maintain a free and uninterrupted intercourse with those whose patronage it seeks. For this purpose it often becomes necessary It establish a vehicle of its own, by Imus of which it may regularly nuke known its progress, and its stats, and be able to communicate anything else which is important to its wellbre. The Directors of the American Education Society have long felt the need of some such me dium of communication, and at a re cent meeting it was voted, to publish a sheet quarterly, to be devoted to the interests and objects of the Soci ety. It is not intended, by taking this course, to supersede the aid rhicb has been so long and so get uously given to the Society by the Editors of religious newspapers, but rather to supply them with more Want and copious mterials from ﬂuid: to make extracts; and the hope itcherisbed that instead of publishing less hereafter in support of the ob }wt which the Society is aiming to Wish, they will publish more.
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