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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 14, Issue 56, November 1856
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  • The Hypothesis: its Place in Reasoning, 481-497.
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  • The Puritan Clergy of New England, 497-515.
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  • Mrs. Stowe's New Novel, 515-527.
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  • National Sins and their Retribution, 527-543.
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  • The last Seven Years of the Life of Henry Clay, 543-560.
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  • Recent Aspects of International Law, 560-573.
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  • Emerson's English Traits, 573-593.
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  • God on the side of the Oppressed, 593-606.
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  • Notices of Books, 606.
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  • The Congregational Hymn and Tune Book, containing the Psalms and Hymns of the General Association of Connecticut, adapted to suitable tunes, 606-609.
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  • Religion in America: or an account of the origin, relation to the State, and present condition of the Evangelical Churches in the United States, 609-614.
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  • Memoir of His Honor Samuel Phillips, LL. D., 614-615.
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  • Magdalen Hepburn: A Story of the Scottish Reformation, 615-616.
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  • John Halifax, Gentleman, 616-617.
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  • The Philosophy of the Weather. And a Guide to its changes, 617-618.
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  • A Letter to an American Missionary, from the Bishop of Natal, 618.
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  • An Answer to Dr. Colenso's Letter on Polygamy, 618.
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  • Principles of Chemistry; embracing the most recent discoveries in the science and the outlines of its application to Agriculture and the Arts, 618-622.
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  • Oriental Acquaintance; or Letters from Syria, 622-624.
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  • A Key to the Bible; Being an Exposition of the History, Axioms, and General Laws of Sacred Interpretation, 624.
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  • Two Discourses on our own Religious Affairs, 624-625.
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  • Sacred Praise. An Earnest Appeal to Christian Worshippers, in Behalf of a Neglected Duty, 625-627.
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  • Christian Theism: The Testimony of Reason and Revelation to the Existence and Character of the Supreme Being, 627-628.
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  • The Kidnapped and the Ransomed. Being the personal recollections of Peter Still and his wife "Vina" after forty years of slavery, 628-632.
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