Southern District of Neia-York, ss.
i L s J^E IT REMEMBERED, That ou the twenty-third
3_& day of November, A. D., 1843, Christopher Rush,
of the said District, has deposited in this Office the title of a Book,
the title of which is in the words following, to wit:
" A short account of the Rise and Progress of the African Me¬
thodist Episcopal Church in America, written by Christopher Rush,
^Superintendent of the Connexion, with the aid of George Collins.
AUo, a concise view of Church order or government, from Script"*^
ai/d from some of the best authors on the subject of Church_ ^_,\ -.v."
nit'iit, relative to Episcopacy:"—the right whereof ts-^laims as Au-
tho' and Proprietor. In conformity with an act of Congress, entitled
" Aii Act to amend the several Acts respecting copy-rights."
" CHARLES D. BETTS,
n'lerk of the Southern District of New-York.