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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The American Whig review. Volume 14, Issue 80, Aug 1851
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  • Stray Leaves form the Unpublished History of the New World, 89-105.
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  • The Moral and the Artistic in Prose Fiction, 105-115.
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  • Mulchinock's Poems, 115-122.
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  • A Sketch of the Life and Character of William S. Mount, 122-127.
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  • Hungary: A Description of the Country, 127-138.
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  • Winterslow, 138-144.
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  • Hayti and the Dominican Republic, 144-162.
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  • Interpolations, 162-163.
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  • Benvenuto Cellini, 163-170.
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  • Unwritten Music, 170-171.
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  • David A. Bokee, 171-176.
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  • The Approaching Presidential Canvass, 176-178.
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  • American Archeological Researches. No. I. The Serpent Symbol, and the Worship of the Reciprocal Principles of Nature in America. E. G. Squier, 178.
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  • Travels in the United States, &c., during 1849 and 1850. Emmeline Stuart Wortley, 178.
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  • The Heir of Was-Wayland. Mary Howitt, 178-178B.
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