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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The American Whig review. Volume 1, Issue 4, Apr 1845
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  • The Last Chief Executive, 331-341.
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  • Thiers' Revolution, 341-362.
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  • Road Song of Earth's Travelers, 362.
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  • Hymn to the Virgin. From the German of Novalis, 362-363.
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  • Some Words with a Mummy, 363-371.
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  • About Birds, 371-384.
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  • Waltoniana, 384-392.
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  • The Valley of Unrest, 392-393.
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  • The City in the Sea. A Prophecy, 393-394.
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  • Castes and Occupations of India, 394-404.
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  • Song of a Country to a City Bird, 404-405.
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  • "I Am Sir Oracle", 405-413.
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  • How Shall Life Be Made the Most of?, 413-424.
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  • Commercial Intercourse with Eastern Asia, 424-433.
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  • Eothen, or Traces of Travel brought home from the East, 433-437.
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  • Autumn Flowers, and other Poems. By Mrs. Southey, 437-438.
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  • Foreign Miscellany, 438-440B.
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