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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 51, Issue 236, November 1889
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  • The International Silver Coinage Proposed in the American Conference, 321-331.
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  • Considerations touching the School Question, 331-353.
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  • Our Indebtedness to the Negroes for their Conduct during the War, 353-365.
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  • The Heimskringla, 365-378.
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  • Lectures on Russian Literature. Ivan Panin, 378-380.
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  • Eight Hundred Miles in an Ambulance. Laura Winthrop Johnson, 380-382.
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  • The Reconstruction of Europe. Harold Murdock, 382-385.
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  • Gudrun. Mary Pickering Nichols, 385-386.
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  • Whither? Charles Augustus Briggs, 386-389.
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  • A Critical and Grammatical Commentary on St. Paul's First Epistle to the Corinthians. Charles J. Ellicott, 389-390.
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  • The Insane in Foreign Countries. William P. Letchworth, 390-391.
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  • Christian Theism: Its Claims and Sanctions. D. B. Purinton, 391.
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  • Kant's Critical Philosophy for English Readers. John P. Mahaffy, 391-393.
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  • The Principles of Empirical or Inductive Logic. John Venn, 393-394.
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  • Physical Realism. Thomas Case, 394-395.
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  • First and Fundamental Truths. James McCosh, 395-396.
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  • A Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful. Edmund Burke, 396.
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  • Prof. Simeon E. Baldwin on "The Centenary of Modern Government.", 396.
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  • The Tests of the Various Kinds of Truth. James McCosh, 396-399.
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  • Magazine of Art, The Art Amateur, 399.
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  • The Life-Work of the Author of "Uncle Tom's Cabin." F. T. McCray, 399.
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  • The Story of Boston. Arthur Gilman, 399-400.
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