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Table of Contents for Volume XIV (1861 - 1862)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume 14:  1861-62
ARTICLE 
Volume XIV.—NO. 1, April 1861.
PAGE
I.
The Princeton Review on the State of the Country, by Rev. John H. Rice, D.D., Louisville, Ky.  
1
II.
Coleridge, by the Rev. Enoch Pond, D.D., Theological Seminary, Bangor, Me. 
44
III.
Female Education, by Prof. Joseph LeConte, M.D., South Carolina College 
60
IV.
The Trinity of the Godhead the Doctrine of the Holy Scriptures, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D., Charleston, S.C. 
92
V.
Bunsen on the Bible, by Rev. George Howe, D.D., Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C.
96
VI.
A Vindication of Secession and the South, by Rev. Benjamin M. Palmer, D.D., New Orleans, La. 
134
VII.
Periodical Literature  
178
 
Volume XIV.—NO. 2, July 1861.
 
I.
The School, the College, and the University, in Relation to One Another and to Active Life, by Professor Joseph LeConte, M.D., South Carolina College
185
II.
The Trinity of the Godhead the Doctrine of the Scriptures, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D., Charleston, S.C.           
227
III.
Geology and the Bible, by Anonymous
246
IV.
Pulpit Orator, by a Georgia Pastor
275
V.
The General Assembly of 1861, by Rev. John B. Adger, D.D., Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C. 
296
VI.
Notices of Recent Publications
349
VII.
Periodical Literature
361
 
Volume XIV.—NO. 3, October 1861.
 
I.
The Battle of Fort Sumter: Its Mystery and Miracle—God’s Mastery and Mercy, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D., Charleston, S.C.
365
II.
The Waldenses and Infant Baptism, by Rev. J.L. Kirkpatrick, D.D., Davidson College, N.C. 
399
III.
Principles of Church Government, by Rev. J.B. Hillhouse, Laurens District, S.C.  
431
IV.
Analogy between the Formation of the Pihel Conjugation in Hebrew and the Perfect Tense in Latin, by Prof. E.L. Rockwell, Davidson College, N.C. 
444
V.
The Personality of God, as Affecting Science and Religion, by Anonymous 
450
VI.
The Scotch-Irish, and their First Settlements on Tyger River and Other Neighboring Precincts in South Carolina, by Rev. George Howe, D.D., Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C. 
472
VII.
Explanatory Note, by Rev. John B. Adger, D.D., Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C. [RE:  Comments in July issue on the presence of Southwestern delegates at General Assembly] 
502
 
Volume XIV.—NO. 4, January 1862.
 
I.
Inaugural Address of Rev. James Woodrow, Ph.D., Perkins Professor, Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C.
505
II.
Address of the Presbyterian Church in the Confederate States of America to All the Churches of Jesus Christ throughout the World, by Rev. J.H. Thornwell, D.D.
531
III.
The Art of Conversation, by Rev. B.M. Palmer, D.D., New Orleans, La. 
550
IV.
Timothy’s Office, by Rev. Thomas V. Moore, D.D., Richmond, Va.
569
V.
The Victory of Manassas Plain, by Rev. Thomas Smyth, D.D., Charleston, S.C. 
593
VI.
The General Assembly at Augusta, by Rev. James A. Lyon, D.D., Columbus, Miss. 
618