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Table of Contents for Volume XVII (1866)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume XVII:  1866
ARTICLE 
Volume XVII.—NO. 1., July 1866.
PAGE
I.
Buckle’s History of Civilisation in England, by S.J. Barnett, Esq.
1
II.
The Beautiful, by the Rev. John Martin Philip Otts 
31
III.
Life and Times of Dr. Spring, by the Rev. Andrew F. Dickson
53
IV.
The General Assembly of 1865, by Anonymous
67
V.
Critical Notices
112
 
Volume XVII.—NO. 2., September 1866.
 
I.
The Benefits of Infant Baptism, by the Rev. Charles Allen Stillman
149
II.
The Study of Language as a Training of the Mind, by Professor W. Blair
162
III.
Buckle’s History of Civilisation in England (Concluded), by S.J. Barnett, Esq. 
178
IV.
Death, the Resurrection, and the Intermediate State, by Anonymous
218
V.
The Northern General Assembly (O.S.) of 1866, by the Rev. John B. Adger
244
VI.
Critical Notices
285
 
Volume XVII.—NO. 3., November 1866.
 
I.
Renan’s Origins of Christianity, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D., Professor of Biblical Literature, Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C. 
301
II.
The Science of Pastoral Theology, by the Rev. John H. Rice, D.D., Mobile, Ala.
330
III.
Modern Infidelity, by the Rev. Donald Fraser, Monticello, Fla.
342
IV.
Pastoral Relations and Duties, by the Rev. John Douglas, Mecklenberg Co., N.C.  
350
V.
Female Education, by the Rev. Joseph M. Atkinson, Raleigh, N.C.  
364
VI.
Critical Notices   
378
 
Volume XVII.—NO. 4., December 1866.
 
I.
Robinson’s Discourses of Redemption, by Anonymous
443
II.
The Future Kingdom of Christ, by the Rev. John H. Bocock
467
III.
The Christian’s Duty toward his Enemies, by Anonymous
493
IV.
The Scriptural Doctrine of the Second Advent, by the Rev. Thomas Smyth
509
V.
History of Julius Caesar, by Anonymous
551