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A clerical monster. --The Rev. Dr. Tyng, of New York, and the Rev. Henry Ward Beecher, of Brooklyn, must look to their laurels. We had given them the credit of bearing off the palm of malevolence and diabolism, but they are completely thrown in the shade by the Rev. R. J. Breckinridge, of Kentucky. Never, from any devilish Divine, nor depraved newspaper, not even the New York Tribune, have we seen a demand for the blood of women and children! Hear the wretch. In a late sermon he says: "I have never believed in the doctrine of Purgatory, and have all my life fought against it; among other reasons, I have declared that in the whole grand sweep of God's moral government, I could find no place to locate it; and, if a place could be found, I saw no necessity for it, with the full provisions for redemption made in the Redeemer Christ. But if there ever was a time when such a place was needed, it is now, for a man occupying the stand point which I do, the conclusion forces it