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  • To the Political Reader, 439-441.
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  • The Great Ship Canal Question, 441-442.
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  • The Lorngette; or Studies of the Town by an Opera-goer, 442.
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  • Languages and Literature of the Slavic Nations. Talvi, 442.
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  • Five Years of a Hunter's Life in the Far Interior of South Africa. Ronaleyn Gordon Cumming, 442-443.
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  • Lives of Eminent, Literary and Scientific Men of America. James Wynne, 443.
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  • Gibbon's Decline and Fall of the Roman Empire, 443.
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  • Margaret Percival in America, 443.
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  • The Recent Progress of Astronomy. Elias Loomis, 443.
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  • George Castriot, surnamed Scanderbeg, King of Albania, 443.
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  • Elements of Natural Philosophy. W. H. C. Bartlett, 443.
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  • Reminiscences of Congress. Charles W. March, 443.
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  • The Ichonographic Encyclopedia. Rudolph Garigue, 443.
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  • Dictionary of Mechanics and Engine Work, 443.
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  • Disturnell's Railroad, Steamboat, and Telegraph Book, 443-444.
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  • Shakespeare's Dramatic Plays, 444.
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  • History of Pendennis. Thackeray, 444.
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  • Domestic History of the American Revolution. Mrs. Ellet, 444.
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  • The Bible and Civil Government. J. M. Mathews, 444.
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  • Billiards without a Master. Michael Phelan, 444-445.
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  • Three Years in California. Rev. Walter Colton, 445.
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  • Auto-biography of Leigh Hunt, 445.
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  • Latter Day Pamphlets. Edited by Thomas Carlyle, 445.
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  • Unity of the Human Races Proved to be the Doctrine of Scripture, Reason, and Science. Rev. Thomas Smith, 445-446.
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  • Poems. H. W. Parker, 446.
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  • Impressions and Experiences of the West Indies and North America. Robert Baird, 446.
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  • Travels in Siberia. Adolph Erman, 446.
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  • Turkey and its Destiny; the result of journeys made in 1847 and 1848. Charles McFarlane, 446.
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  • The Illustrated Domestic Bible. Rev. Ingraham Cobden, 446.
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  • Shakespeare's Dramatic Works, 446.
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  • Appleton's Dictionary of Mechanics, Engine Works and Engineering, 446.
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  • Miscellanies. William R. Williams, 446-447.
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  • Mr. Dalton's Legatee - A Very Nice Woman. Mrs. Stone, 447.
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  • Stubbs Calendar, or the Fatal Boots. W. M. Thackeray, 447.
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  • "Europe, Past and Present." Francis H. Ungewitter, 447.
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  • The Rebels, or Boston before the Revolution. By the author of "Hobomok", 447.
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  • Norvel Hastings, or the Frigate in the Offing. By a "Distinguished Novelist", 447.
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  • The Initials, 447.
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  • A treatise on English Punctuation. John Wilson, 447-448.
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  • Rural Hours. By a Lady, 448-456.
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  • What Constitutes Real Freedom of Trade?, 456-468.
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  • Memoranda, Ethical, Critical, and Political, 468-470.
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  • Translation of the Dedication of Goethe's Faust, 470-471.
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  • Thomas Jefferson, 471-484.
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  • Memoir of the Public Life of Edward Everett, 484-493.
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  • Sonnets to Fill Blanks, 493-494.
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  • Uses and Abuses of Lynch Law, 494-502.
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  • Twenty More Sonnets; with a Preface and Notes, 502-511.
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  • The Bible and Civil Government, 511-518.
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  • British Policy Here and There: "Free Trade", 518-538.
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  • Pacific Railroad. The Senate Committee's Report in Favor of Whitney's Plan, 538-546.
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  • Miscellany, 546-550B.
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