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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 51, Issue 235, October 1889
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  • Arthur Hugh Clough, 241-256.
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  • Master and Servant, 256-266.
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  • Coriolanus, 266-275.
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  • The Christian Evolution of a Secular State, 275-284.
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  • Joseph and his Brethren: a modern Yorkshire Mistery, 284-300.
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  • Is Theology a Progressive Science?, 300-310.
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  • Address of President Dwight at the Funeral of Professor Loomis, 310-317.
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  • Yale University Bulletin, 317-318.
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  • The Divine Comedy of Dante. John Augustine Wilstach, 318-319.
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  • The Expositor's Bible. Marcus Dods, William Alexander, and William Milligan, 319-320.
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  • Systematic Theology. A. H. Strong, 320.
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