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Table of Contents for Volume I (1847 - 1848)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume I, 1847 - 1848.
ARTICLE 
Volume I.—NO. 1., June 1847.
PAGE
I.
The Office of Reason in Regard to Revelation, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D.     
1
II.
The Relation between the Work of Christ and the Condition of the Angelic World, by the Rev. Rev. Benjamin Morgan Palmer, D.D.                                                                               
34
III.
The Baptism of Servants, by the Rev. George Howe
63
IV.
An Exposition of Matthew XVI. 18,19, by Anonymous
103
V.
The Letters and Speeches of Oliver Cromwell, by Anonymous
121
VI.
Critical Notices 
159
 
Volume I.—NO. 2., September 1847.
 
I.
Personality, Deity, and Operations of The Holy Spirit, by Anonymous
1
II.
Sketches of North Carolina, by Anonymous 
30
III.
Fictitious Literature: Tancred, or the New Crusade, by Col. W.F. Hutson 
57
IV.
The General Assembly, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell
78
V.
An Effectual Control of the Will and Conduct of Men by the Spirit of God, Anonymous                
105
VI.
The Poetry of the Pentateuch, by Anonymous  
117
VII.
Critical Notices   
133
 
Volume I.—NO. 3., December 1847.
 
I.
The Divine Appointment and Obligation of Capital Punishment, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth 
1
II.
The Intellectual and Moral Character of the Jews, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer
30
III.
The Late Dr. Chalmers, and the Lessons of his Life, from Personal Recollections, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
56
IV.
The Religious Instruction of the Black Population, by the Rev. John B. Adger 
89
V.
A Critical Examination of I Peter iii. 19, by the Rev. W.M. Smythe, A.M., Dallas Co., AL 
120
VI.
The Christian Pastor, by the Rev. J.H. Thornwell  
127
VII.
Critical Notices
153
 
Volume I.—NO. 4., March 1848.
 
I.
Lectures on Foreign Churches, by the Rev. John B. Adger
1
II.
Presbyterianism – The Revolution – The Declaration of Independence, and the Constitution, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
33
III.
The Moral Condition of Western Africa, by the Rev. John Leighton Wilson, of S.C.  
79
IV.
An Inquiry into the Doctrine of Imputed Sin, by the Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer   
97
V.
Alexander’s Isaiah, by the Rev. George Howe
129
VI.
Critical Notices 
154