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Thomas Chalmers • 36 Items / 1 Set, 30 Books, 2 Articles
The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns (1899)
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    Book Notes (Review)
    The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns, by Thomas Chalmers and Charles R. Hende...
    1. The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns by Thomas Chalmers and Charles R. Henderson
    Political Science Quarterly, September 1900, p. 577
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    Reviews (3 Reviews)
    A History of the English Poor Law, by Thomas Mackay
    1. A History of the English Poor Law by Thomas Mackay
    2. Chalmers on Charity by N. Masterman and Thomas Chalmers
    3. The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns by Thomas Chalmers and Charles R. Henderson
    Political Science Quarterly, March 1903, pp. 154-155
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    Books of the Week (15 Reviews)
    The Apostolic Age, by James Vernon Bartlet
    1. The Apostolic Age by James Vernon Bartlet
    2. The Black Wolf's Breed by Harris Dickson
    3. The Christian and Civic Economy of Large Towns by Thomas Chalmers and Charles R. Henderson
    4. The Fate of Madame La Tour by Mrs. A.G. Paddock
    5. Femmes D'Amerique by Th. Bentzon
    6. Healthy Exercise by Robert H. Greene
    7. Historical Tales from Shakespeare by Arthur T. Quiller-Couch
    8. The Logical Bases of Education by James Welton
    9. The Principles of Biology by Herbert Spencer
    10. Puritan Preaching in England by John Brown
    11. The Social Meaning of Modern Religious Movements in England by Thomas C. Hall
    12. Stephen the Black by Caroline H. Pemberton
    13. Two Children of the Foot-Hills by Elizabeth Harrison
    14. The Undoing of John Brewster by Lady Mabel Howard
    15. With Sword and Crucifix by Edward S. Van Zile
    The Outlook, February 24, 1900, pp. 463-464