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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 31, Issue 2, Dec 1885
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  • The City of Persia: Teheran, 163-176.
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  • Saint Elizabeth, 176-177.
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  • A Child of the Age, 177-192.
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  • The Interpreter, 192-193.
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  • The Private History of a Campaign that Failed, 193-204.
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  • Eve, 204-205.
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  • The Bostonians, 205-215.
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  • The Solitary Knight, 215-217.
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  • An American Lordship, 217-228.
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  • The Poet, 228-229.
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  • John Bodewin's Testimony, 229-243.
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  • The "Lamia" of Keats, 243-251.
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  • Mrs. Helen Jackson (H. H.), 251-255.
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  • Habeas Corpus, 255-257.
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  • The Last Poems of Helen Jackson (H. H.), 257.
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  • Acquainted with Grief, 257.
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  • Fealty, 257.
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  • The Poet's Forge, 257.
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  • Vision, 257-258.
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  • Vanity of Vanities, 258-259.
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  • The Lesson of Greek Art, 259.
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  • A Last Prayer, 259-270.
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  • Bird-Enemies, 270-274.
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  • Faith-Cures, 274-278.
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  • The Haunted Heart, 278-280.
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  • The Monitors, 280-299.
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  • The Loss of the Monitor. By a Survivor, 299-303.
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  • Dangers in Food and Drink, 303-307.
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  • At Mrs. Berty's "Tea", 307-311.
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  • Transfigured Mercantilism, 311-312.
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  • The Sunday-School and Good Literature, 312-314.
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  • What Shall Be Done With Our Ex-Presidents?, 314.
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  • What Shall Be Done With Our Ex-Presidents?, 314-315.
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  • What Shall Be Done With Our Ex-Presidents?, 315-316.
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  • What Shall Be Done With Our Ex-Presidents?, 316.
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  • The Poetic Outlook, 316-318.
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  • Wanted - A Universal Tinker, 318-319.
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  • The Sultan of My Books, 319-320.
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  • De Libris, 320.
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  • On the Fly-Leaf of a Book of Old Plays, 320-322.
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