Life and Letters of Phillips Brooks - Vol. 2

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LIFE AND LETTERS
OF
PHILLIPS BROOKS

BY

ALEXANDER V. G. ALLEN

Professor in the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge

With Portraits and Illustrations

VOLUME II

NEW YORK E. P. DUTTON AND COMPANY 31 WEST TWENTY-THIRD STREET 1900

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • List of Illustrations x
  • Chapter I- 1869-1872 1
  • Chapter II- 1869-1872 35
  • Chapter III- 1873-1874 72
  • Chapter IV- 1873-1877 101
  • Chapter V- 1873-1877 124
  • Chapter VI- 1877-1879 146
  • Chapter VII- 1877-1878 174
  • Chapter VIII- 1879 209
  • Chapter IX- 1879-1880 241
  • Chapter X- 1881 276
  • Chapter XI- 1881-1882 305
  • Chapter XII- 1882 329
  • Chapter XIII- December, 1882-March, 1883 383
  • Chapter XIV- May-July, 1883 417
  • Chapter XV- September-December, 1883 441
  • Chapter XVI- 1869-1892 481
  • Chapter XVII- 1884-1885 546
  • Chapter XVIII- 1886 591
  • Chapter XIX- 1887 644
  • Chapter XX- 1888 670
  • Chapter XXI- 1889 699
  • Chapter XXII- 1890 729
  • Chapter XXIII- 1859-1893 Characteristics. Reminiscences. Anecdotes. Parish Ministry. Estimates 762
  • Chapter XXIV- 1891 817
  • Chapter XXV- 1891-1892 873
  • 1893- CONCLUSION 930
  • Index 947
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