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A RECORD AND REVIEW
JOSEPH COOK, EDITOR
SUPPRESSION OF VICE
WITH THE COÖPERATION OF EMINENT SPECIALISTS IN
REFORM, AT HOME AND ABROAD
Hia Tucis, Via Crucis
VOL. I. - JANUARY-JUNE.— 1888
28 BEACON STREET
All rights reserved.
The Riverside Press, Cambridge:
FIELD, DAVID DUDLEY.
CLARK, Rev. Dr. N. G.
HASTINGS, H. L.
CLEVELAND, Pres. GROVER.
HODGKINS, LOUISE MANNING.
HOLMES, Dr. O. W.
Lawlessness of the Liberal Leagues, HOWARD, Rev. R. H.
British Peace Delegation, 355.
HOWELLS, W. D.
International Copyright, 219.
Federal Aid to Education, 356.
Socialists and Anarchists in the
Volcano Crests, 511.
See “Boston Monday Lectures." MAGOUN, Ex-Pres. G. F.
Courts of Conciliation in Iowa, 443.
CURTISS, Prof. S. I.
McNIECE, Rev. Dr. R. G.
Letter on Inspiration, 454.
OXLEY, J. MACDONALD.
The Fisheries Question, 132.
Mr. Spurgeon's Protest, 78.
Religious Journalism, 78.
International Copyright, 219.
Boston Hymn: God Over All, 313.
Coöperation in Church Work, 279.
On Free Trade and Protection, 113.
Boston Hymn : God All in All, 140.
International Copyright, 218.
Letter on Inspiration, 461.
Coöperation in Church Work, 273.
SUPREME COURT, Decision on Prohibi.
The Jesuit and the Public School,
Woman as Preacher, 21, 286.
Prohibition Party, 177.
Decoration Day Speech, 505.
Letter on Inspiration, 468.
Dorchester's Christianity in the United
Schaff's Church and State in the United
Currier's Life of Dr. Goodell, 436.
Fisher's Manual of Christian Evidences,
Moody's College of Colleges, 538.
BOSTON MONDAY LECTURES.
Undisputed Epistles, 241.
and Christ, 326.
4. Christ's Estimate of the old
Testament Scriptures, 416.
5. Fulfilled Predictions as an Evi.
dence of Inspiration, 527.
Federal Protection for Women in Utah,
International Council of Women at
erican Board, 549,
A RECORD AND REVIEW OF CURRENT REFORM.
VOL. I. - JANUARY, 1888. — No. 1.
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