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Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 29, Issue 112, July 1870
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  • St. Francis and his Time, 371-400.
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  • Is there a Probation between Death and the Judgment?, 400-421.
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  • Henry Ward Beecher, 421-441.
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  • The Free Churches of England, 441-448.
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  • Yale College - Some Thoughts Respecting its Future, 448-471.
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  • How the Rev. Dr. Stone Bettered his Situation, 471-496.
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  • Address of M. de Pressense, at Amsterdam, on the Bible and the School, 496-511.
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  • President McCosh's Logic, 511-531.
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  • Notices of New Books, 531.
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  • The Word! or Universal Redemption and Salvation: "Preordained before All Worlds." George Marin De La Voye, 531-535.
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  • Ecclesia; Church Problems considered in a series of Essays. Henry Robert Reynolds, 535-536.
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  • Christianity and the Greek Philosophy; or the relation between spontaneous and reflective thought in Greece and the positive teaching of Christ and his Apostles. B. F. Cocker, 536-537.
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  • A Manual of Church History. Henry F. Guericke. Translated by William G. T. Shedd, 537.
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  • An Essay in Aid of Grammar of Assent. John Henry Newman, 537.
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  • Studies in Church History. The Rise of Temporal Power - Benefit of Clergy - Excommunication. Henry C. Lea, 537-539.
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  • Steps of Belief; or Rational Christianity maintained against Atheism, Free Religion, and Romanism. James Freeman Clarke, 539.
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  • The Ante-Nicene Christian Library. Vols xv. and xvi., 539-540.
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  • A Treatise on the Christian Doctrine of Marriage. Hugh Davey Evans, 540.
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  • American Edition of Smith's Dictionary of the Bible, 540.
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  • Professor Hoppin's Homiletics, 540-541.
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  • Aspects of Humanity, brokenly mirrored in the over-swelling Current of Human Speech, 541.
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  • The History of Rome. By Theodor Mommsen. Translated by William P. Dickson, 541.
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  • The Typology of Scripture, viewed in connection with the whole series if the Divine Dispensations. Patrick Fairbairn, 541.
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  • Windfalls. By the author of "Aspects of Humanity", 541-542.
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  • The Private Life of Galileo. Compiled principally from his correspondence and that of his eldest daughter Maria Celeste, 542-543.
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  • Among my Books. James Russell Lowell, 543-544.
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  • Antonia. A novel. George Sand. Translated by Virginia Vaughan, 544-545.
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  • The American Colleges and the American Public. Noah Porter, 545.
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  • The Nation. The Foundation of civil order and political life in the United States. E. Mulford, 545-546.
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  • Recent Publications, 546.
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  • Warp and Woof. A book of Verse. Samuel Willoughby Duffield, 546-548.
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