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Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 34, Issue 130, January 1875
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  • New Englander and Yale review. / Volume 34, Issue 130, miscellaneous front pages, i-viii.
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  • Central Asia, 1-29.
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  • Herbert Spencer's Proposed Reconciliation between Religion and Science, 29-61.
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  • The Pardoning Power, 61-92.
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  • Matthew Arnold's "Literature and Dogma", 92-123.
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  • Grote and Curtius, 123-132.
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  • Dr. Bacon's "Genesis of the New England Churches", 132-151.
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  • The Genesis of Rights in Natural Law, 151-160.
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  • The Heroic Age of America, and its Legacy, 160-175.
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  • Notices of New Books, 175.
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  • The Paraclete: An Essay on the Personality and Ministry of the Holy Ghost, with some reference to current discussions, 175-176.
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  • God in Human Thought: or, Natural Theology traced in Literature, ancient and modern, to the time of Bishop Butler, etc. E. H. Gillett, 176-177.
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  • Christian Dogmatics: A Text-Book for Academical instruction and private study. J. G. Van Oosterzee. Translated by John Watson Watson and Maurice L. Evans, 177-178.
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  • Christianity and Science. A Series of Lectures, delivered in New York in 1847, on the Ely Foundation of the Union Theological Seminary. Andrew P. Peabody, 178.
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  • The Superhuman Origin of the Bible Inferred from Itself. Henry Rogers, 178-179.
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  • Strength and Beauty. Discussions for Young Men. Mark Hopkins, 179-180.
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  • The Scottish Philosophy; Biographical, Expository, Critical, from Hutcheson to Hamilton. James McCosh, 180-181.
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  • Three Essays on Religion. John Stuart Mill, 181-183.
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  • Christian Truth and Modern Opinions. Seven Sermons preached in New York by Clergymen of the Protestant Episcopal Church, 183.
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  • Synoptical Lectures on the Books of Holy Scripture. Second Series. Isaiah - Acts. Donald Fraser, 183.
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  • The Translation of St. Augustine, 183-184.
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  • Grace for Grace. Letters of Rev. William James, 184-185.
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  • The Earth as Modified by Human Action. A new edition of Man and Nature. George P. Marsh, 185-186.
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  • Manual of the Constitution of the United States. Israel Ward Andrews, 186-187.
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  • Hazel Blossoms. John Greenleaf Whittier, 187-188.
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  • Correspondence of William Ellery Channing, D. D., and Lucy Aikin, from 1826 to 1842. Edited by Anna Letitia Le Breton, 188-190.
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  • A Theory of Fine Art. Joseph Torrey, 190-191.
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  • History of the United States, from the Discovery of the American Continent. George Bancroft, 191-192.
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  • History of the Rise and Fall of the Slave Power in America. Henry Wilson, 192-193.
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  • The Life of Benjamin Franklin, written by himself. Edited by John Bigelow, 193-194.
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  • The History of the Norman Conquest of England; its causes and its results. Edward A. Freeman, 194-195.
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  • New Publications, 195-200.
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