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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The American Whig review. Volume 6, Issue 4, Oct 1847
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  • The Whigs and the War, 331-347.
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  • Catholic Reaction Against the Great Reformation, 347-361.
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  • Night in the Brazils, 361-362.
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  • The Principle of Life, 362-370.
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  • Opinions of the Council of Three. The Nature of this Government, 370-376.
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  • Kate Russell; or, a Chapter from the First Part of My Life, 376-381.
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  • Inductive Theory of Civilization. The Social System and its Modern Reformers, 381-399.
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  • Men, Women and Books, 399-405.
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  • May, 405-406.
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  • The Life and Opinions of Philip Yorick. Esq., 406-415.
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  • Lord Campbell's Lives of the Old Chancellors, 415-429.
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  • Sonnet to --, 429-430.
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  • Our Recent Corn Trade: Its Origin and Probable Results, 430-436.
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  • Foreign Miscellany, 436-439.
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  • The Power of the Soul over the Body, considered in relation to Health and Morals. George Moore, 439-440.
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  • Discourse on the Uses and Importance of History, Illustrated by a Comparison of the American and French Revolutions. William C. Rives, 440-440B.
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