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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 42, Issue 173, March 1883
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  • New Englander and Yale review. / Volume 42, Issue 173, miscellaneous front pages, 144-163.
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  • Voices from the Spirit-Realm, 164-183.
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  • The Importance of Experimental Research in Mechanical Science, 183-196.
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  • The Plan of Paradise Lost, 196-212.
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  • The Human Mind, 212-230.
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  • Recent Infidelity: Its Extent and Remedies, 230-252.
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  • The Bible as a Book of Education, 252-273.
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  • Notices of New Books, 273.
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  • The Beginnings of History. Francois Lenormant, 273-274.
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  • A General Survey of the History of the Canon of the New Testament. Burke Foss Westcott, 274-275.
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  • The Theories of Darwin and their relation to Philosophy, Religion, and Morality. Rudolph Schmid, 275-276.
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  • Fundamental Questions chiefly relating to the Book of Genesis and the Hebrew Scriptures. Edson L. Clark, 276.
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  • Socrates., 276-277.
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  • Christian Ethics. H. Martensen, 277-278.
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  • Conferences on the Blessed Trinity. J. J. O'Connell, 278.
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  • Introduction to Christian Theology. Henry B. Smith, 278-279.
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  • Bibliotheca Theologica. John F. Hurst, 279-280.
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  • Acts of the Apostles, with Notes, critical, explanatory, and practical. Henry Cowles, 280-281.
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  • Gesta Christi: or a History of Humane Progress under Christianity. Charles Loring Brace, 281.
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  • Philosophic Series - No. II. Energy, Efficient, and Final Cause. James McCosh, 281.
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  • The Clerical Library. Outlines of Sermons on the Old Testament, 281-282.
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  • Magazine of Art, 282-283.
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  • Recent Publications, 283.
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  • The Art Amateur, 283-284.
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