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Theology. Stanley's Jewish Church, 439. Colenso on Romans, 441. MA-

han on Colenso, 443. Bunsen's Bibelwerk, 445. — Philosophy and Sci-
ence. Herbert Spencer's System of Philosophy, 445. Huxley on Spe-
cies, 447. Renan on Language, 448. Marsh on the English Language,
448. - History and Politics. Savonarola, 451. Rebellion Record, 454.
Pamphlets on the Present War, 455. Junkin's Political Fallacies, 456.
Cochin on Slavery, 456. Census of 1860, 457. Fisher's Trial of the
Constitution, 458. Fisher on Representation, 461.

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JANUARY, 1863.




By M. AUGUSTIN COCHIN. Translated by Miss Mary L. Booth, translator of M. GASPARIN'S

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