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  • New Englander and Yale review. / Volume 28, Issue 106, miscellaneous front pages, i-xii.
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  • The System of Instruction at West Point: - Can it be Employed in our Colleges?, 1-19.
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  • How to build a Nation, 19-47.
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  • The Renaissance in China, 47-69.
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  • The American Colleges and the American Public, No. I, 69-114.
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  • Prof. Noah Porter's Work on the Human Intellect, 114-137.
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  • The Presbyterian Disruption of 1838. - A Review of Rev. Dr. S. J. Baird's History of the "New School", 137-183.
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  • Notices of New Books, 183.
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  • The Divinity of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ; Eight Lectures Preached before the University of Oxford, in the year 1867. Henry Parry Liddon, 183-184.
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  • The Christian Doctrine of Sin. Julius Muller. Translated by William Urwick, 184.
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  • The Doctrine of the Atonement, as taught by Christ himself. George Smeaton, 184-185.
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  • Gropings after Truth. A Life Journey from New England Congregationalism to the One Catholic and Apostolic Church. Joshua Huntington, 185-187.
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  • Symbolism; or, Exposition of the Doctrinal Differences between Catholics and Protestants, as evidenced by their symbolical writings. John Adam Mohler. translated by James Burton Robertson, 187.
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  • The Holy Communion. Its Philosophy, Theology, and Practice. John Bernard Dalgairns, 187-188.
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  • Moral Use of Dark Things. Horace Bushnell, 188.
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  • Sermons. Rev. Newman Hall, 188-189.
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  • The Hour which cometh, and now is. Sermons preached in Indiana-Place Chapel, Boston. James Freeman Clarke, 189-190.
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  • Sermons. George Shepard. Memorial by D. S. Talcott, 190.
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  • The Military and Civil History of Connecticut during the War of 1861-1865. W. A. Croffut and John M. Morris, 190-192.
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  • Cyclopaedia of Biblical, Theological, and Ecclesiastical Literature. John M'Clintock and James Strong, 192.
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  • The American Reprint of Smith's Bible Dictionary, 192.
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  • The Kingdom of Satan. Augustus Blauvelt, 192-193.
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  • The Gates Ajar. Elizabeth Stuart Phelps, 193.
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  • The Worship of Jesus in its Past and Present Aspects. Samuel Johnson, 193-194.
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  • Mental Science. A Compendium of Psychology, and the History of Philosophy. Alexander Bain, 194.
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  • The Revelation of Law in Scripture: Considered with respect both to its own nature, and to its relative place in successive dispensations. The third series of the "Cunningham Lectures." Patrick Fairbairn, 194-197.
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  • Essays: Philosophical and Theological. James Martineau, 197-198.
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  • The History of Vermont from its discovery to its admission into the Union. Hiland Hall, 198-201.
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  • Sketch of the Official Life of John A. Andrew, as Governor of Massachusetts, 201.
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  • The History of the Episcopal Church in Connecticut, from the death of Bishop Seabury to the present time. By E. Edwards Beardsley, 201.
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  • The New England Tragedies. Henry Wadsworth Longfellow, 201-204.
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  • The Earthly Paradise. William Morris, 204-206.
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  • Yesterday, To-day, and For-Ever: A Poem in Twelve Parts. Edward Henry Bickersteth, 206-208.
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  • Ab-sa-ra-ka; or, the Home of the Crows. Being the experience of an Officer's Wife on the Plains, 208.
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  • Poems. Lucy Larcom, 208-209.
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  • First Principles of Popular Education. S. S. Randall, 209-210.
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  • In the School room. Chapters in the Philosophy of Education. John S. Hart, 210.
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  • Resources of the Pacific Slope. J. Ross Browne, 210-211.
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  • The Ideal in Art. H. Taine. Translated by T. Durand, 211-212.
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  • A Treatise on Algebra. Elias Loomis, 212.
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  • Inauguration of James M'Cosh as President of the College of New Jersey, Princeton, October 27, 1868, 212-213.
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  • Essays on the Progress of Nations, in Civilization, Productive Industry, Wealth, and Population. Ezra C. Seaman, 213.
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  • Plain Thoughts on the Art of Living. Washington Gladden, 213.
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  • Plymouth Pulpit, 213.
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  • The Materia Medica in its Scientific Relations, 213-214.
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  • Analysis and Proof-Texts of Julius Muller's System of Theology. Henry B. Smith, 214.
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  • Our Life in China. Helen S. C. Nevius, 214.
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  • Scotia's Bards, 214-215.
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  • The "First," "Second," "Third," "Fourth," and "Fifth, or Senior Year" of the Graduated Sunday School Text-Books. Charles E. Knox, 215.
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  • Watchwords for the Warfare of Life. From Dr. Martin Luther. Translated and arranged by the Author of "Chronicles of the Schonberg-Cotta Family", 215-219.
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  • Happy Thoughts. F. C. Burnand, 219.
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  • Marryatt's Works, 219.
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  • The Atlantic Monthly. 1869. Edited by Donald G. Mitchell, 219.
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  • The New England Tragedies in Prose. Rowland H. Allen, 219-221.
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  • Publications of the American Tract Society, 150 Nassau St., New York City, 221.
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  • The Reprints of the British Periodicals. By the Leonard Scott Publishing Co., 221-222.
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