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Table of Contents for Volume XXV (1874)
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The Southern Presbyterian Review – Volume XXV, 1874
ARTICLE 
Volume XXV.—NO. 1, January 1874.
PAGE
I.
Relations of Science to the Bible, by Professor R.T. Brumby, Athens, Ga. 
1
II.
The Paulicians, by Mr. T.T. Johnston, Theological Seminary, Columbia, S.C. 
31
III.
Lecky’s History of European Morals, by the Rev. A.F. Dickson, Chester, S.C. 
51
IV.
The Benediction not a Mere Form, by the Rev. W.H. Adams, Charleston, S.C.
71
V.
Cause—First and Final, by the Rev. J.A. Quarles, St. Louis, Missouri     
86
VI.

Critical Notices

133
 
Volume XXV.—NO. 2, April 1874.
 
I.
The Internationals, by G.J.A. Coulson, Esq., New York
145
II.
Is the Lot an Ordinance of God?, by the Rev. James B. Shearer, Gallatin, Tenn.
168
III.
Compulsory Education, by the Rev. J.G. Hunter, Georgetown, Ky.     
186
IV.
The Evangelical Alliance Conference of 1873, by the Rev. G.W. Leyburn, Winchester, Va. 
195
V.
Evangelization of the Coloured People, by the Rev. B.W. Moseley, New London, Va. 
225
VI.
A Further Examination of Certain Recent Assaults on Physical Science, by James Woodrow, Columbia, S.C. 
246
VII.
Critical Notices 
292
 
Volume XXV.—NO. 3, July 1874.
 
I.
The Morality of Actions, Volitions, Desires, Emotions, Cognitions, and Dispositions, by the Rev. L.G. Barbour, Danville, Ky. 
307
II.
The Outlook of Modern Science, by the Rev. W.S. Bean, Washington, Ga.
331
III.
Opium Smoking and the Chinese, by the Rev. H.C. DuBose, Soochow, China 
339
IV.
In What Sense are Preachers to Preach Themselves?, by J.R.W. [Rev. Joseph R. Wilson]   
350
V.
An Examination of Certain Hypotheses Concerning Perception and Sensation, by the Rev. J.F. Latimer, Prof. of Psychology, Logic, and Ethics in Davidson College, N.C. 
361
VI.
The General Assembly of 1874
379
VII.
Jean Calas, the Martyr of Toulouse, by the Rev. George Howe, D.D., Columbia, S.C.
413
VIII.
Critical Notices 
425
 
Volume XXV—NO. 4, October 1874.
 
I.
The Melchizedekan Priesthood, by the Rev. T.B. Balch, Prince William, Va.
431
II.
General Assembly vs. Government, by the Rev. J.S. Cozby, Mayesville, S.C. 
459
III.
Righteousness, New Nature and Faith, [reprinted from Waymarks in the Wilderness]     
478
IV.
Church Power, by the Rev. John B. Adger, D.D., Pendleton, S.C. 
490
V.
Virus, Mental and Moral, by G.J.A. Coulson, Esq., New York 
505
VI.
Gradualness Characteristic of all God’s Operations, by Prof. R.T. Brumby, Athens, Ga. 
524
VII.
Critical Notices
556