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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 31, Issue 6, Apr 1886
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  • Creole Slave Songs, 807-828.
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  • Compensation, 828-829.
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  • John Bodewin's Testimony, 829-838.
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  • Past, 838-859.
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  • The Water-Text, 859-860.
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  • The Minister's Charge, 860-872.
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  • April's Lady, 872-877.
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  • Toy Dogs, 877-878.
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  • The Pug, 878-879.
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  • King Charles Spaniels, 879-880.
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  • The Japanese Spaniel, 880.
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  • The Blenheim Spaniel, 880-881.
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  • The Italian Greyhound, 881-882.
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  • The Yorkshire Terrier, 882-883.
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  • Toy Terriers, 883-884.
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  • Glimpses of Longfellow in Social Life, 884-889.
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  • Italy, from a Tricycle, 889-894.
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  • Sister Tabea, 894-900.
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  • Young Love is Lord, 900-901.
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  • Life on the "Alabama", 901-911.
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  • Cruise and Combats of the "Alabama", 911-923.
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  • The Duel Between the "Alabama" and the "Kearsarge". By the Surgeon of the "Kearsarge.", 923-935.
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  • Government Aid in Marking Battlefields, 935.
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  • In Vindication of General Rufus King, 935-936.
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  • A Statement from the Commissary General, 936-937.
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  • Christianity and Popular Education, 937-946.
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  • Strikes, Lockouts, and Arbitration, 946-953.
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  • The Grant Memorial, 953-957.
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  • Good Signs on the Lecture Platform, 957-958.
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  • The Tinkering of Hymns, 958-960.
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  • Shall the Federal Government Give Aid to Popular Education?, 960-961.
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  • Lobbying and its Remedy, 961-962.
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  • Lobbying in England, 962-963.
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  • Some Recent Experiments in Hybridization, 963.
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  • Lobbying: Senator Boutwell's Plan, 963.
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  • Discarded, 963.
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  • Uncle Esek's Wisdom, 963-964.
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  • Burning the Love-Letters, 964.
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  • A Cure for Heroics, 964.
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  • To Frederick Locker, 964.
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  • The Truth About It, 964.
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