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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 28, Issue 107, April 1869
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  • The San Kiau, or the Three Religions of China, 223-249.
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  • False Definitions of Faith, and the True Definition, 249-269.
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  • Yale College, and the Late Meeting of the Alumni in New York, 269-308.
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  • Spain, and the Late Revolution, by an eye-witness in the winter of 1868-9, 308-319.
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  • The American Colleges and the American Public, No. II, 319-361.
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  • Princeton Exegesis, No. II. - Its Dealing with the Testimony of the Scriptures against the Doctrine of a Limited Atonement, 361-406.
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  • Notices of New Books, 406.
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  • The Princeton Review for January, 406-408.
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  • The Writings of James McCosh, President of the College of New Jersey, 408-414.
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  • Professor Hadley's Article on the Language current in Palestine in the first century, and used in the discourse and conversations reported in the New Testament, in the American edition of Smith's Bible Dictionary, 414-417.
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  • The Anti-Nicene Christian Library: The Writings of Origen, 417-418.
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  • Winer's Grammar of the New Testament; Revised Translation. J. Henry Thayer, 418-420.
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  • Sermons on the Failure of Protestantism and on Catholicity. Ferdinand C. Ewer, 420-426.
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  • The American Church Register: Adapted to Churches of Various Denominations. Daniel P. Noyes, 426.
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  • The Evidences of Christianity, with an Introduction on the Existence of God and the Immortality of the Soul. Ebenezar Dodge, 426-429.
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  • The Law of Love and Love as Law; or Moral Science, Theoretical and Practical. Mark Hopkins, 429.
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  • The Office and Work of the Christian Ministry. James M. Hoppin, 429-431.
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  • Congregational History. 1200-1567. John Waddington, 431-435.
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  • History of Stamford, Connecticut. E. B. Huntington, 435-436.
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  • China and the Chinese. John L. Nevius, 436-439.
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  • The Life of the Rev. William Marsh, D. D. By his daughter, the author of the "Memorials of Captain Hedley Vicars", 439-440.
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  • Manual of Latin Grammar. William F. Allen and Joseph H. Allen, 440-444.
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  • A Manual of Mythology in the form of Question and Answer. George W. Cox, 444.
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  • The Study of Languages brought back to its True Principles, or the Art of Thinking in a Foreign Language. C. Marcel, 444-447.
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  • A System of Mineralogy. Descriptive Mineralogy. Comprising the most recent Discoveries. James D. Dana and George J. Brush, 447-451.
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  • Portraits of Celebrated Women. C. A. Sainte-Beuve. Translated by H. W. Preston, 451-456.
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  • The Conscript; A Story of the French War of 1813. MM. Erckmann-Chatrain, 456-457.
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  • Constance Aylmer; A Story of the Seventeenth Century. H. F. P., 457-460.
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  • Realmah. By the author of Friends in Council, 460-461.
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  • A Half Century with Juvenile Delinquents; or the New York House of Refuge and its Times. B. K. Pierce, 461-462.
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