Life and Letters of Phillips Brooks - Vol. 1

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LIFE AND LETTERS OF PHILLIPS BROOKS

BY ALEXANDER V. G. ALLEN Professor in the Episcopal Theological School in Cambridge

With Portraito and Illustrations VOLUME I

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
  • Preface v
  • Contents xv
  • List of Illustrations *
  • Chapter I - The Ancestry 1
  • Chapter II 31
  • Chapter III - 1851-1855 68
  • Chapter IV - September, 1855 -- October, 1856 100
  • Chapter V - 1856-1857 144
  • Chapter VI - 1857-1858 197
  • Chapter VII - 1857-1858 217
  • Chapter VIII - 1858-1859 268
  • Chapter IX - 1859 302
  • Chapter X - 1859-1860 330
  • Chapter XI - 1860-1861 353
  • Chapter XII - January to August, 1862 386
  • Chapter XIII - September to December, 1862 409
  • Chapter XIV - 1863 437
  • Chapter XV - 1864 481
  • Chapter XVI - 1865 525
  • Chapter XVII - 1865-1866 The Year Abroad 556
  • Chapter XVIII - 1866-1867 582
  • Chapter XIX - 1868-1869 598
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