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Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 23, Issue 3, Jan 1882
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  • A Provincial Capital of Mexico, 321-333.
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  • The Revival of Lace Burano, 333-344.
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  • Coquette, 344.
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  • In November, 344-345.
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  • Through One Administration, 345-357.
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  • English and American Songbirds, 357-362.
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  • A Modern Instance, 362-375.
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  • The Farmer of Marshfield, 375-376.
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  • A Listener by the Sea, 376-377.
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  • The Caverns of Luray, 377-388.
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  • The Flower of Flame, 388-389.
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  • Oriental and Early Greek Sculpture, 389-411.
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  • The Increase of Divorce, 411-420.
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  • Schumann's Sonata in a A Minor, 420-421.
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  • Who Were the Chartists?, 421-431.
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  • From Mentor to Elberon, 431-438.
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  • The Horseman, 438-439.
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  • Reminiscences of Theirs, 439-449.
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  • Legal Aspects of the Mormon Problem, 449-453.
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  • Old Madame, 453-464.
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  • Civil Service Reform, 464.
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  • New Patches on an Old Garment, 464-465.
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  • Civil Service Reform, 465.
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  • Garfield on Civil Service Reform, 465-467.
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  • Communism in the Book Trade, 467.
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  • International Copyright, 467-468.
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  • A Forgotten Obligation to the Ministry, 468-469.
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  • The Good-Natured Man, 469-471.
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  • Dr. J. G. Holland, 471.
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  • Parton's "Voltaire" (A Reply from James Parton, with a rejoinder from The Writer of the Review), 471-472.
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  • The Sport where Pocahontas Rescued, 472.
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  • The Prince Imperial, 472-473.
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  • John D Champlin Jr.'s "Young Folk's History of the War for the Union", 473.
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  • Books for Children, 473.
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  • American History, 473.
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  • Armstrong's "Primer of United States History", 473-474.
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  • Susan Coolidge's "Cross Patch", 474.
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  • Samuel Adams Drake's "Around the Hub", 474.
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  • E. E. Hale's "Stories of Adventure", 474.
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  • H. H.'s "Mammy Tittleback and Her Family", 474.
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  • Rossiter Johnson's "Phaeton Rogers", 474.
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  • Louis Rousselot's "The Two Cabin-Boys", 474.
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  • H. E. Scudder's "Boston Town" and "The Children's Book", 474.
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  • F. R. Stockton's "Roundabout Rambles" and "Tales out of School", 474-475.
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  • Sidney Lanier's "The Boy's Mabinogion", 475.
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  • F. R. Stockton's "The Floating Prince", 475.
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  • H. B. Stowe's "A Dog's Mission" and "Little Pussy Willow" and "Queer Little People", 475.
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  • The Wesley Memorial, 475.
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  • The Atlanta Cotton Exposition, 475-479.
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  • The Midnight Chime, 479.
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  • Politeness, 479.
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  • Was it Chance?, 479-480.
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  • Behind Her Fan, 480.
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  • Quel Dommage?, 480.
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  • A Study from Nature, 480.
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  • Theology in the Quarters, 480.
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  • A Twilight Pastoral, 480-480B.
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