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=00 ! m -CO -co -to * PROFESSOR J.S.WILL MONDAY LECTURES.BOSTON BY COOK.JOSEPH ThreeBIOLOGY. "With Preludes on Current Events. 12mo. Sixteenth thousand ....Colored Illustrations. $1.50 on CurTRANSCENDENTALISM. "With Preludes l-nio. Eleventh thousand 1.50rent Events, on Current Events.ORTHODOXY. With Preludes Sixth thousand 1.50 CONSCIENCE. With on 1.50(Just ready) HEREDITY. With Preludes on Current Events. (In 1.50 press) MARRIAGE. With on (In 1.50 press) is a to be accounted for. No other American orator has"Joseph Cook phenomenon (lone what he has or like and, to the no voice woulddone, any thins it; prior experiment, have been bold to its success." Rev. A. P. Harvardenough predict Professor Peabody of Unirertilij. Lectures are so full of of of illu"These crowded knowledge, thought, argument, mined with such es of and so withpas-au eloquence power, spiced frequently deep-cutting thai I could make no abstract from them withoutthough good-natured Irony, utterly them." Kev. Dr. Thomas ex-President of Harvard University, in themutilating Jlill, C/nislian lirgixter. " Mr. Conk is a Ilis as it now stands, the latestspecialist. work, represents fairly very and best researches. M. M.D., A eiv York.Ceo-ge Heard, of "The book well to outsiders a certain little known of conservative scienpresents stage cannottific thought, which thev reach anywhere else in so accessible and compact a form." Joha tlcC the the South.
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PROFESSOR J.S.WILLMONDAY LECTURES.BOSTON
BY COOK.JOSEPH
ThreeBIOLOGY. "With Preludes on Current Events.
12mo. Sixteenth thousand ....Colored Illustrations. $1.50
on CurTRANSCENDENTALISM. "With Preludes
l-nio. Eleventh thousand 1.50rent Events,
on Current Events.ORTHODOXY. With Preludes
Sixth thousand 1.50
CONSCIENCE. With on
1.50(Just ready)
HEREDITY. With Preludes on Current Events. (In
1.50
press)
MARRIAGE. With on (In
1.50
press)
is a to be accounted for. No other American orator has"Joseph Cook phenomenon
(lone what he has or like and, to the no voice woulddone, any thins it; prior experiment,
have been bold to its success." Rev. A. P. Harvardenough predict Professor Peabody of
Unirertilij.
Lectures are so full of of of illu"These crowded knowledge, thought, argument,
mined with such es of and so withpas-au eloquence power, spiced frequently deep-cutting
thai I could make no abstract from them withoutthough good-natured Irony, utterly
them." Kev. Dr. Thomas ex-President of Harvard University, in themutilating Jlill,
C/nislian lirgixter.
"
Mr. Conk is a Ilis as it now stands, the latestspecialist. work, represents fairly very
and best researches. M. M.D., A eiv York.Ceo-ge Heard, of
"The book well to outsiders a certain little known of conservative scienpresents stage
cannottific thought, which thev reach anywhere else in so accessible and compact a
form." Joha tlcC the the South.Professor rady of University of
"
far the mo-t of recent discussions in this both in method andUy sa:ist:ic:ory field,
execution." 1 roies.iar lionlfn P. Bowne of lioston University.
" is a master of He shows ofMr. Cook frcat analysis. sinsrular justness view in his
1manner of treat in the most d rlicult and themes. Princeton Review.c perplexing
"The Lectures are and R.remarkably eloquent, vigorous, powerful." Payne Smith,
Dean of Cm.terbuni.
are wondcifnl of"They specimens shrewd, and Rev. Dr.clear, vigorous thinking."
the * I ai-k.Angus, College, Urgent
"These are woiidi-rf.il Lectures." Rev. C. If.very S/iuryron.
"The Lectures arc in wav of a order. are and clear."every high They profound yet
/?. Alex. Knletgh, D.D., London.
"These wonderful Lectures shiml forth alone amidst the literature of thecontemporary
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class to which London Review.they belong." Quarterly
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a wide across the teterritories of rival theTraversing very field, cutting right specialists, ,
work rk on containscontain not one scientific either of fact or
" Biology important misstatcnient,
Jlibliothcca Sac
theory."
-MIS and siiL from the of thegestive. Interesting glimpses they give present
ofphases in what is the most in thespeculation emphatically thoughtful community
United States." London Spectator.
I admired the rhetorical power with before a mixedwhich, large audience, the speaker
knew how to handle the difficult of and to cause the oftopic biologv, teaching German
philosophers and to be Schoberlein Uni-theologians respected." Professor of Gottingen
vertity.
OSGOOD & Publishers.HOUGHTON, CO.,MONDAY LECTURES.BOSTON
CONSCIENCE,
EVENTS.WITH PRELUDES ON CURRENT
BY COOK.JOSEPH
til
" much that man hasEthical science now teaches not so conscience,
that DORNER.as conscience lias man."
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AND COMPANY.OSGOODHOUGHTON,
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1879.BT
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COPYRIGHT, 1878,
BY JOSEPH COOK.
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