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Biblical and General Literature, Cheological Discussion, the Distory
of Theological Opinions, etc.
BY ABSALOM PETERS, D.D.
SECOND SERIES. VOL. SECOND.-NOS. III, IV.–WHOLE NOS. XXXV, XXXVI.
Have infants any proper know Art. XI. ANTE-COLUMBIAN
ledge of the divine law ? . 29 HISTORY OF AMERICA, Digh-
TEACHERS' SEMINARIES. By
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ON CHRISTIAN PERFECTION. By
10. Adam's Jubilee of the Con-
Art. VIII. ON THE NATURAL
12. Philip's Life and Times
SOUNDS. By Prof. J. W. 13. Sawyer's Mental Philo-
sophy, . .
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