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This is a large quarterly, edited by A. (Albert) T. (Taylor) Bledsoe, LL.D. It is a publication noted for its high character and ability, and, like the Journal of Speculative Philosophy, is creditable to the literature of the country.
(From Mercantile, Industrial, and Professional St. Louis by Ernst D. Kargan, 1902)

A publication containing philosophical and literary essays, some in German, and book reviews. Methodist Episcopal slant.