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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 30, Issue 116, July 1871
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  • The Opening of the New Northwest, 367-389.
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  • Tai-Ping-Wang, and the Chinese Rebellion of 1853-1862, 389-408.
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  • Life in the Roman Catholic Church during the first French Revolution, as illustrated by the Memoirs of the Marquise de Montagu, 408-464.
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  • Evolutionism in Natural History as related to Christianity, 464-471.
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  • Mirabeau as a Statesman, in the light of the history of France during the last eighty years, 471-506.
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  • Yale College. - Some Thoughts Respecting its Future. Fourth Article, 506-528.
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  • Notices of New Books, 528.
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  • The Religion of the Present and of the Future: Sermons preached chiefly at Yale College. Theodore D. Woolsey, 528-530.
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  • Sermons to the Natural Man. William G. T. Shedd, 530-534.
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  • Sermons preached upon several occasions. Robert South, 534-535.
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  • Culture and Religion in some of their relations. J. C. Shairp, 535-536.
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  • Sermons and Lectures. William McCombie, 536-537.
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  • Culture and the Gospel; or a Plea for the Sufficiency of the Gospel to meet the Wants of an Enlightened Age. S. McCall, 537-538.
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  • The Problem of Evil. Ernest Naville, 538-539.
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  • American Religion. John Weiss, 539-540.
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  • Anti-Janus. Dr. Hergenrother. Translated by J. B. Robertson, 540-541.
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  • Ante-Nicene Fathers, 541.
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  • Christianity and Positivism. James McCosh, 541-542.
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  • A History of Christian Councils from the Original Documents, to the Close of the Council of Nicaea, A. D. 325. Charles Joseph Hefele, 542.
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  • Psychology; or the Science of the Mind. Oliver S. Munsell, 542-543.
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  • Alfred the Great. Thomas Hughes, 543-544.
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  • Musings over the "Christian Year" and "Lyra Innocentium." Charlotte Mary Yonge, 544-545.
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  • Literature and Life. Edwin P. Whipple, 545-547.
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  • Fragments of Science for unscientific people. John Tyndall, 547-548.
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  • The Physical Cause of the Death of Christ, and its relation to the principles and practice of Christianity. William Stroud, 548-549.
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  • A Critical Dictionary of English Literature, and British and American Authors. S. Austin Allibone, 549.
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  • The Two Brothers, and other Poems. Edward Henry Bickersteeth, 549-550.
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  • A Text-Book of Elementary Chemistry. George F. Barker, 550-551.
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  • A Hand-Book of Legendary and Mythological Art. Clara Erskine Clement, 551.
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  • English, Past and Present. Richard Chenevix Trench, 551.
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  • Thoughts about Art. Philip Gilbert Hamerton, 551-552.
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  • A Hand-Book of Anglo-Saxon and Early English. Hiram Corson, 552-554.
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  • Recent Publications, 554-556.
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