In This Issue
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Recollections of Rome During the Italian Revolution (Part II)
The second in a three-part series of reflections on religion and governance in the papal city
The New Departure in Negro Life
“He is putting away childish things, and striving in his own crude, grotesque way to grasp matters of higher import.”
Ezra Ripley, D. D.
“He was a perfectly sincere man, punctual, severe, but just and charitable; and if he made his forms a strait-jacket to others, he wore the same himself all his years.”
A Roman Singer
The Trustworthiness of the Hebrew Traditions
A Noble Lady
The Bird of the Morning
Random Spanish Notes
An Only Son
What Instruction Should Be Given in Our Colleges?
A Good-by to Rip Van Winkle
The Songs That Are Not Sung
The East and the West in Recent Fiction
The Contributors' Club
Books of the Month