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Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 29, Issue 111, April 1870
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  • The Council of Constance and the Council of the Vatican, 191-219.
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  • A Critical Examination of Professor Huxley's "Physical Basis of Life", 219-236.
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  • Is the Doctrine of the Final Restoration of all Men Scriptural?, 236-259.
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  • Memoirs of Alexander Campbell, 259-272.
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  • Christianity a Universal Religion, 272-289.
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  • The Proprieties of the Rich, 289-295.
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  • The New Criticism, 295-317.
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  • Notices of New Books, 317.
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  • The End of the World, and the Day of Judgment. William Rounseville Alger, 317-319.
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  • Origin and Development of Religious Belief. S. Baring Gould. Part. I. Heathenism and Mosaism, 319-322.
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  • A Critical and Exegetical Commentary on the Acts of the Apostles. Paton J. Gloag, 322-324.
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  • Sorrow. John Reid, 324.
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  • The Book of the Prophet Ezekial, Translated from the original Hebrew. E. Henderson, 324-325.
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  • He that Overcometh; or a conquering Gospel. W. E. Boardman, 325-326.
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  • Light and Truth; or, Bible thoughts and Themes. Horatius Bonar, 326-327.
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  • The Earlier Years of our Lord's Life on Earth. William Hana, 327-328.
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  • The Family and the Church. Rev. Father Hyacinthe. Edited by Leonard Woolsey Bacon, 328-330.
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  • Pater Mundi; or, Modern Science testifying to the Heavenly Father. E. F. Burr, 330-331.
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  • Immortality. Four Sermons preached before the University of Cambridge. J. J. Stewart Perowne, 331-332.
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  • Music Hall Sermons. William H. H. Murray, 332-333.
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  • Essays on Some of the Peculiarities of the Christian Religion. Richard Whately, 333-334.
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  • The Sacrifice of Praise, Psalms, Hymns, and Spiritual Songs, designed for public worship and private devotion, with notes on the origin of Hymns, 334-337.
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  • Christian Hymnology. A Sermon. James O. Murray, 337-338.
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  • Hackett & Abbot's Edition of Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, 338.
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  • The Ante-Nicene Library, 338-339.
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  • The Sermons of Henry Ward Beecher in Plymouth Church, Brooklyn. From verbatim reports by T. J. Ellingwood, 339-341.
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  • History of England from the Fall of Wolsey to the Defeat of the Spanish Armada. James Anthony Froude, 341.
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  • Rev. Mr. Gage's "Relief Maps" of Palestine, 341.
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  • The Overture of Angels. Henry Ward Beecher, 341-343.
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  • The History of Rome. Theodor Mommsen. Translated by William P. Dickson, 343-346.
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  • The Life of Mary Russell Mitford. Edited by A. G. K. L'Estrange, 346-348.
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  • Life of James Hamilton, D. D., F. L. S. William Arnot, 348-349.
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  • Memoir of the Rev. William C. Burns, M. A. Islay Burns, 349-351.
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  • The Holy Grail, and other Poems. Alfred Tennyson, 351-357.
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  • The Earthly Paradise. A Poem. William Morris, 357-359.
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  • A Day by the Fire. Leigh Hunt, 359-360.
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  • Black Forest Village Stories. Berthold Auerbach. Translated by Charles Goepp, 360.
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  • Goethe's "Hermann and Dorothea." Translated by Ellen Frothingham, 360.
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  • The Villa on the Rhine. Berthold Auerbach. Portrait and Biographical Sketch by Bayard Taylor, 360-361.
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  • The Aeneid of Publius Virgilius Maro. Nathan Covington Brooks, 361-364.
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  • Society and Solitude. Ralph Waldo Emerson, 364-366.
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  • Ecce Femina. Carlos White, 366.
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  • Principles of Domestic Science. Catherine E. Beecher and Harriet Beecher Stowe, 366-367.
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  • Communion Wine and Bible Temperance. William M. Thayer, 367-370.
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