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Review: An Address Delivered Before The Literary Societies Of The University Of Vermont, August 2, 1837 By George G. Ingersoll

Reviewed Works: An Address Delivered before the Literary Societies of the University of Vermont, August 2, 1837 by George G. Ingersoll; A Lecture on Popular Education by Philip Lindsley; An Address Delivered before the American Whig and Cliosophic Societies of the College of New Jersey, September 26, 1837 by Samuel L. Southard; Inaugural Address Delivered June 21st, 1837 by William M. Wightman; Address on the Moral Dignity of the Office of the Professional Teacher by Samuel Eells; Valedictory Address Delivered December 6th, 1837, at the Close of the Seventh Collegiate Year of the University of the State of Alabama by Alva Woods; An Address Delivered before the Philoclean and Peithesophian Societies of Rutgers College, July 18th, 1837 by Daniel D. Barnard; The Introductory Discourse, and the Lectures Delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at Worcester, Mass., August, 1837
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The North American Review
Vol. 46, No. 99 (Apr., 1838), pp. 556-559
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