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The Illustrated History of Methodism (1900)
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    Books of the Week (23 Reviews)
    American History Told by Contemporaries, Vol. III, by Albert Bushnell Hart
    1. American History Told by Contemporaries, Vol. III by Albert Bushnell Hart
    2. Annual Report of the American Historical Association for the Year 1899
    3. The Art of Translating by Herbert Cushing Tolman
    4. Bible Characters from the New Testament, Vol. I by Alexander Whyte
    5. The Blessed Damozel by Dante Gabriel Rossetti
    6. The Christian Doctrine of Justification and Reconciliation by Albrecht Ritschl, H.R. Mackintosh, and Alexander Beith Macaulay, ...
    7. A History of Chinese Literature by Herbert A. Giles
    8. An Essay on Western Civilization in Its Economic Aspects by William Cunningham
    9. Ethics: Descriptive and Explanatory by Sidney Edward Mezes
    10. The Foundations of Botany by Joseph Y. Bergen
    11. A History of American Baptist Missions by Edmund F. Merriam
    12. The History of Tammany Hall by Gustavus Myers
    13. The Illustrated History of Methodism by James W. Lee, Naphtali Luccock, and James Main Dixon, ...
    14. In Memoriam by Alfred Lord Tennyson
    15. The Miracles of Unbelief by Frank Ballard
    16. Outlines of Roman History by William C. Morey
    17. Philip Vickers Fithian: Journal and Letters, 1767-1774 by John Rogers Williams and Philip Vickers Fithian, ...
    18. Pioneers of Southern Literature by Samuel Albert Link
    19. The Promise of Peace, and Other Sermons by John Worcester
    20. Sweetbriar by L.M. Elshemus
    21. Winchester by Robert Townsend Warner
    22. Webs by Bert Finck
    23. A Woman's Life for Kashmir: Irene Petrie by Mrs. Ashley Carus-Wilson
    The Outlook, February 16, 1901, pp. 414-416