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Table of Contents for Volume XII (1859 - 1860)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume XII:  1859-60
ARTICLE 
Volume XII.—NO. 1., April 1859.
PAGE
I.
The Deaconship, by Rev. James B. Ramsay, of Lynchburg, Va. 
1
II.
National Righteousness, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D., of Charleston, S.C. 
25
III.
The Changes Proposed in our Book of Discipline, by Rev. R.L. Dabney
36
IV.
Morphology, and its Connection with Fine Art, by Joseph LeConte, M.D., Professor of Chemistry, Minerology and Geology, in S.C. College
83
V.
Testimony of Modern Science to the Unity of Mankind, by J.L. Cabell, M.D., Professor of Comparative Anatomy and Physiology in the University of Virginia
115
VI.
The Telluric Portion of the Cosmos, by Prof. Daniel Kirkwood, Indiana University 
131
VII.
Inaugural Discourse on Church History and Church Polity, by Rev. J.B. Adger, D.D., Professor of Ecclesiastical History and Church Polity, Columbia, S.C.   
140
VIII.
The New Theological Professorship of Natural Science in Connection with Revealed                         Religion, by Rev. James A. Lyon, D.D., Columbus, Mississippi 
181
IX.
Notices of Recent Publications
196
X.
Periodical Literature
217
 
Volume XII.—NO. 2., July 1859.
 
I.
The First Pastoral Letter of the Synod of the Carolinas, by Anonymous
221
II.
The Lecture System—Its Influence upon Young Men, by Rev. John N. Waddel, D.D., Professor of Ancient Literature, La Grange College
258
III.
The Distinctions in the Godhead Personal and not Nominal, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D. 
289
IV.
The Principles of a Liberal Education, by Joseph LeConte, M.D.       
310
V.
The Hypostatical Union, by Anonymous
336
VI.
The Religious Instruction of our Colored Population, by E.T. Baird, D.D., Crawfordsville, MS  
345
VII.
Notices of Recent Publications 
362
VIII.
Periodical Literature
369
 
Volume XII.—NO. 3., October 1859.
 
I.
Revised Book of Discipline, by Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D., LL.D., Professor of Theology, Theological Seminary, Columbia
373
II.
Life and Writings of Maimonides, by Rev. James Cohen, A.M., Tutor in Hebrew, Theological Seminary, Columbia
407
III.
Natural Science and Revealed Religion, by Rev. Richard S. Gladney, Aberdeen, Miss.  
443
IV.
An Educated Ministry—The Board of Education, by Rev. Samuel D. Campbell, Geneva, AL 
468
V.
The Church a Spiritual Power, by a Georgia Pastor
476
VI.
The Revival of the Slave Trade, by Rev. J.L. Wilson, D.D., Secretary of the Board of Foreign Missions, N.Y.          
491
VII.
The General Assembly of 1859, by Rev. B.M. Palmer, D.D., New Orleans 
513
VIII.
Breckinridge’s Knowledge of God, Subjectively Considered, by Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D. 
604
IX.
Notices of Recent Publications
624
X. 
Periodical Literature
641
 
Volume XII.—NO. 4., January 1860.
 
I.
The Synod of Dort, by Rev. Enoch Pond, D.D., Professor of Theology, Bangor, Maine
646
II.
Symbolical Import of Baptism, by Rev. James Stacy, Newnan, Ga. 
663
III.
Moses and his Dispensation, by Anonymous
681
IV.
No Priest but Christ, by Rev. J.R. Gilland, Indian Town, S.C. 
691
V.
Private Christians in their Relations to the Unbelieving World, by Rev. J.M. Walker
712
VI.
The Present and Past Physical State of Palestine, by Rev. T.R.G. Peck, Pastor of the Huguenot Church, Charleston  
728
VII.
The American Board and the Choctaw Mission, by Rev. J.B. Adger, D.D.  
736
VIII.
The Raid of John Brown and the Progress of Abolition, by Rev. George Howe, D.D.    
784
IX.
Notices of Recent Literature
816
X.
Periodical Literature
839