NEW-YORK, Jan. 1, 1835.To Messrs. Leavitt, Lord & Co.,Gentlemen,-Learning that you are about to publish in a small volume, the articles, signed Brutus, (whichrecently appeared in the New-York Observer, shewing that a conspiracy is formed against the UnitedStates by the Papal powers of Europe,) the undersigned, who read those articles with interest, have greatsatisfaction in expressing their approbation of your undertaking. These articles are written by agentleman of intelligence and candor, who has resided in the south of Europe, and enjoyed the bestopportunities for acquaintance with the topics on which be writes.While we disapprove of harsh, denunciatory language towards Roman Catholics, their past history, andthe fact that they every where act together, as if guided by one mind, admonish us to be jealous of theirinfluence, and to watch with unremitted care all their movements in relation to our free institutions. Asthis work is now to be published in a portable form, and with additional notes by the author, we hope itmay obtain an extensive circulation and a careful perusal.Yours, with friendly regard,JAMES MILNOR,THOMAS DE WITT,N. BANGS,JONATHAN GOING.*** The gentlemen who have signed the above letter represent four Protestant denominations, viz. theEpiscopal, Presbyterian, Methodist, and Baptist.________________
Extract from Zion's Herald a Methodist paper published in Boston, Mass.