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14 APRIL 19

HARVARD COLLSTE LIBRARY

APR 18 1900

The

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FEATURES FOR THE WEEK

Martial Law in Idaho. The Puerto

Rican Bill. The Elections.

Admiral Dewey.
The Political Situation in Hawaii.

By Herbert P. Williams.
Paul's Doctrine of Election, By

Lyman Abbott.
Living in Paris in Exposition Year.

By E. R. Cutter.
An Old Quilt. By the Rev. J. H.

Vincent, D.D.
Poet and Critic. Books of the

Week. Correspondence.

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Vol. 64

April 14, 1900

No. 15

CONTENTS

THE WEEK :
The Doctrine of Election......

859 The Week in Congress.. 841 The Power of the Resurrection...

859 841 The Puerto Rican Bil..

860

A New Evangelism...... The Hawaiian Problem..

843 The Spring Elections.

843

CONTRIBUTED ARTICLES: The Kentucky Decision... 844 The Situation in Manila....

862 Martial Law in Idaho....

844

By Phelps Whitmarsh Political Independence in Pennsylvania.. 847 The Political Situation in Hawall........ 863 Moral Issues in Legislation...

847 By Herbert P. Williams The South African War... 848 The Bluebird (Poem).

865 In the Philippines...

849 By Joel Benton The Queen in Ireland. 849 Paul's Doctrine of Election......

866 The Attack on the Prince of Wales. .... 850 By Lyman Abbott The French Exposition..

850 | Living in Paris in Exposition Year...... 871 Osman Pasha.....

By Elizabeth R. Cutter Antarctic Exploration... 851 An Old Quilt......

873 Creed Subscription....

852 By the Rev. J. H. Vincent, D.D. Sunday at the Paris Exposition..

853 Religious Property in France...

853

BOOKS AND AUTHORS :
Poet and Critic......

875
EDITORIALS:
Books of the Week....

878 Dr. Gladden's Election.......

855 Russia in the Far East...

856
NOTES AND QUERIES..

.... 882 Admiral Dewey's Candidacy... 857 CORRESPONDENCE...

883

851

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