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Philosophy of skepticism and ultraism, wherein the opinions of Rev. Theodore Parker, and other writers are shown to be inconsistent with sound reason and the Christian religion.

Author: James B Walker
Publisher: New York, Derby & Jackson; Cincinnati, Rickey, Mallory & Webb 1857.
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Walker, James Barr, 1805-1887.
Philosophy of skepticism and ultraism.
New York, Derby & Jackson; Cincinnati, Rickey, Mallory & Webb; [etc.] 1857
(OCoLC)810297118
Named Person: Theodore Parker
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James B Walker
OCLC Number: 686333
Description: ix, 286 pages 19 cm

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