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Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 39, Issue 155, March 1880
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  • Mr. Mallock and his Critic, 153-174.
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  • New England Poetry of the Seventeenth Century, 174-198.
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  • Edwin Arnold's Light of Asia, 198-215.
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  • The National Council, 215-233.
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  • A Chapter of Maine History, 233-271.
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  • Taxes de la Penitencerie Apostolique, d'apres l'Edition publiee a Paris en 1520, etc. A. Dupin de St. Andre, 271-272.
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  • The Keys of Sect: or, , the Church of the New Testament compared with the Sects of Modern Christendom. Julian M. Sturtevant, 272-273.
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  • The Bible Doctrine of Man. John Laidlaw, 273-275.
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  • The History of the Passion and Resurrection of our Lord considered in the light of modern criticism. F. L. Steinmeyer, 275-276.
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  • Endless punishment in the very words of its Advocates. Thomas J. Sawyer, 276-277.
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  • Sermons Parochial and Occasional. J. B. Mozley, 277.
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  • The Emotions. James McCosh, 277.
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  • The Life of Christ. James Stalker, 277-278.
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  • New and complete edition of Dr. McCosh's Works, 278-279.
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  • A System of Moral Science. Laurens P. Hickok. revised with cooperation of Julius Seelye, 279.
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  • Of Mr. Spencer's Formula of Evolution, as an exhaustive statement of the Changes of the Universe. Malcolm Guthrie, 279.
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  • The Pathology of Mind. Henry Maudsley, 279-280.
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  • The Faith of Reason: a series of Discourses on the leading topics of Religion. John W. Chadwick, 280-281.
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  • Memoir of Henry Armitt Brown, together with four Historical Orations. Edited by J. M. Hoppin, 281-288.
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  • The Letters of Charles Dickens. Edited by his sister-in-law and eldest daughter. In two volumes, 288-289.
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  • Memoirs of Prince Metternich, 1773 - 1815. Edited by Prince Richard Metternich; translated by Mrs. Alexander Napier, 289-291.
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  • "The New Plutarch," Gaspard de Coligny. Walter Besant, 291-292.
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  • Times before the Reformation, with an account of Fra Girolamo Savonarola. William Didwiddie, 292-293.
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  • Lives of the Leaders of the Church Universal, from the days of the Successors of the Apostles to the present time. F. Piper, 293-295.
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  • The Reader's Handbook of the American Revolution. Justin Winsor, 295-296.
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  • The Autobiography and Correspondence of Mrs. Delany. S. C. Woolsey, 296.
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  • The Exploration of the World. Jules Verne, 296-297.
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  • Chronological History of Plants: Man's Record of his own existence illustrated through their names, uses, and companionship. Charles Pickering, 297-298.
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  • All quiet along the Potomac, and other poems. Ethel Lynn Beers, 298-299.
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  • Uarda: A Romance of Ancient Egypt. Georg Ebers, 299-302.
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  • Along the Way. Mary Mapes Dodge, 302.
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  • The Pre-historic World. Elie Berthet, 302-303.
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  • The Transmission of Life. George H. Napheys, 303-304.
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  • The Merry-go-round. R. W. Raymond, 304.
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