MR O. C. BROWN'S LECTURE.
TO THE BDITOB.
Sir, — I am sore yoa vroald be sorry for yonr valuable journal to ba the means of spreading wrong ideas of men and things In any particular. Aod I ma sure Mr Brown wculd be extremely grieved for any one to ran aw»y with wrong impreeafoas of his teaching of Holy Writ- I mty hare say tbat yonr correspondent 11 Enquirer " Is wrong m aasertlng that Mr Brown holds the "Lake of fire" to be figurative j not so, but literal In the sternest sodbb. Any who may be doubtful on thta will do well to attend and hear Mr Brown— "not Indulge In sophistries," bub explain matter of fact, literal statements of the B ble which conoern every one of us. — Yoors eto , Conditional Immoetaiitf.
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