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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Atlantic monthly. Volume 68, Issue 406, August 1891
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  • The Lady of Fort St. John, 145-158.
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  • A Disputed Correspondence, 158-172.
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  • Notes from the Wild Garden, 172-178.
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  • Two Little Drummers, 178-185.
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  • The Pea Fields, 185-186.
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  • A Colonial Inquisitor, 186-191.
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  • General Sherman, 191-204.
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  • Harebell, 204-205.
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  • The House of Martha, 205-215.
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  • The Queen's Closet Opened, 215-227.
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  • The Reform of the Senate, 227-233.
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  • The Marriages, 233-252.
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  • Sweet Peas, 252-253.
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  • The Oppression of Notes, 253-257.
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  • Six Centuries of Self Government, 257-263.
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  • Browning's Life, 263.
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  • Mrs. Sutherland Orr: Life and Letters of Robert Browning, 263-268.
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  • Murray's Memoirs, 268.
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  • Samuel Smiles: A Publisher and his Friends. Memoir and Correspondence of the Late John Murray, 268-272.
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  • Canada and the Canadian Question, 272.
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  • Goldwin Smith: Canada and the Canadian Question, 272-276.
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  • Novel Economics, 276.
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  • George Gunton: Principles of Social Economics inductively Considered and practically Applied, 276-279.
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  • Comment on New Books, 279-282.
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  • Contributor's Club, 282-288.
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