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Rationalism, Hurst's History of, article Sherman and Grant, by J. T. Headley,
Silliman, B , Life of, by G. P. Fisher, no-
Snow-Bound, by J. G. Whittier, noticed,
Song Withou: Words, noticed, 154.
Soul, loss of, Short Sermon on, 130.
Soul, True Theory of, article on, 437,
Spalding, James J, article by, 120.
monology and Witchcraft, by W. M'.
Splitting Hairs, 476.
Quarterly Issue of, 471; Sixth Volume 1.03.
Stanley, A. P.: History of the Jewish
Stevens, A.: Centenary of American Meth-
dism, noticed, 293.
325; Change in his preaching, 327 ; Strauss, 165.
Brooke, article reviewing, 325. Super natural and Natural, 165.
Supernatural Origin of Christianity, by
G. P. Fisher, article reviewing, 165.
land, noticed, 148.
Teeth on Edge, Sour Grapes, 161.
Temperance Recollections, by J. Marsh,
Temple, E., : Christian's Daily Treasury,
Theology of Hamlet, article on, 514.
phy's Commentary on Genesis, 393.
Toilers of the Sea, by V. Hugo, noticed,
ment of, 235.
Trinity, Robertson's view of, 339.
Trowbridge J. T.: Lucy Arlyn, noticed,
True Theory of the Soul, of Regeneration
and of Conversion, article on, 437.
Truth the Preacher's great instrument,
Imbecility and Suicide, by A. 0. Kel-
Unsanctified Scholarship, 160.
Whedon, D. D.: Commentary on the Gos-
pels, noticed, 457.
Whittier, J. G.; Snow-Bound, noticed,
adjacent, by H. Bushnell, article on, 590. Will, Freedom of, 115.
Wright, W.: Oil Regions of Pennsylva.
Wycliffites, by Mrs. Mackay, noticed,
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