From Volume VIII, December 20, 1845, of “The Star in the West”
The first number of a new Vol. was received to day, Dec. 13th. We have always read this paper with pleasure, for it is conducted with prudence and with an eye to enlighten as much as possible those who sit in the region of darkness and the shadow of death. Its general tone too, is good, and the cause of Universalism in Michigan, the State in which it is printed, finds in it a successful advocate. It is printed every other Thursday, in Alphadelphia, at $1 per annum in advance by Brs. Thornton and Billings,who are the Editors.