Text: J. E. Heath (???), Notice of the Southern Churchman, Southern Literary Messenger, January 1835, 1:251, top of col. 2


[page 251, column 2:]


The Southern Churchman, edited by the Rev. William F. Lee, and published weekly in this city, has reached its fifth number. Almost every christian denomination among us, had the benefit of a paper devoted to its own peculiar interests, except the Episcopalians, until Mr. Lee commenced the publication of the Churchman. There can be no doubt of its success, under the management of an editor of Mr. Lee's distinguished talents and piety.



This short entry is the fifth and final item in the section bearing the general heading of “ORIGINAL LITERARY NOTICES.”

Neither W. D. Hull nor B. R. Pollin mention This item. Based on Hull's conclusions about the other items in this section, we might tentatively assigned it as having been written by J. E. Heath.


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