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Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 4, Issue 15, July 1846
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  • Influence of Traditionary or Unwritten Law upon Civil Government and Religion, 305-312.
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  • The Psalms in Worship, 312-331.
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  • The Fallen Eagle, 331-333.
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  • The Concision, as distinguished from the Circumcision of Apostolic Times, 333-344.
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  • Dr. D'Aubigne and his Miscellaneous Writings, 344-350.
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  • Stoddardeanism, 350-356.
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  • The Westminster Assembly, 356-364.
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  • Mr. Headley's New Book, 364-368.
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  • Morning, 368-369.
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  • War in its Democratic and Economic Relations, 369-381.
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  • The Moral Aspect at Washington, 381-384.
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  • Barnes on the Scriptural Views of Slavery, 384-401.
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  • Hopkins' Lectures before the Lowell Institute, 401-410.
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  • The Persecutions among the Armenians, 410-422.
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  • The New Hymn-Book, 422-428.
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  • Some Just Estimate of the War with Mexico, 428-433.
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  • The Nervous System, 433-447.
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  • Literary Notices, 447.
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  • Slavery Discussed in occasional Essays from 1833 to 1846. Leonard Bacon, 447-448.
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  • Memoir of the Life of Jeremiah Evarts. E. C. Tracy, 448-449.
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  • Typee: A Residence in the Marquesas. Herman Melvill, 449-450.
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  • Congregationalism and Methodism. Z. R. Hawley, 450.
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  • Plea for Western Colleges. Albert Barnes, 450-451.
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  • Unconscious Influence: a Sermon. Horace Bushnell, 451-452.
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  • The Doctrine of the Direct Witness of the Spirit. Frederick A. Ross, 452-453.
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  • Glimpses of the Dark Ages., 453.
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  • The Missionary Enterprise -- a collection of discourses on Christian Missions; by American Authors, 453-454.
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  • Essays of John Foster, 454.
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  • Rhetorical Dialogues. John E. Lovell, 454.
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  • The Young Speaker. John E. Lovell, 454.
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  • United States Speaker. John E. Lovell, 454.
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  • Young Pupil's First and Second Books. John E. Lovell, 454-455.
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  • Poems. O. Wendell Holmes, 455.
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  • Sacred Philosophy of the Seasons -- Spring. Henry Duncan, 455.
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  • The Jerusalem Sinner saved; The Pharisee and the Publican, &c. John Bunyan, 455-456.
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  • Authenticity and Inspiration of the Bible. The Author of "Bagster's Comprehensive Bible", 456.
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  • Bridges on the Christian Ministry, 456.
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  • Ollendorff's New Method of learning to Read, Write, and Speak the French Language. J. L. Jewett, 456.
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  • Reports of the Superintendent and Commissioner of Common Schools for Connecticut, 456.
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