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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 32, Issue 5, miscellaneous front pages, 653-654.
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  • A Summer with Liszt in Weimar, 655-670.
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  • Amateur Ballooning, 670-679.
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  • Balloon Experiences of a Timid Photographer, 679-694.
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  • A Pistol-Shot, 694-705.
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  • Lost Joy, 705-706.
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  • The Casting Away of Mrs. Lecks and Mrs. Aleshine, 706-715.
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  • The Sermon of a Statue, 715-716.
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  • A Glance at the Arts of Persia, 716-733.
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  • A September Violet, 733-734.
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  • The Minister's Charge, 734-745.
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  • The Successes and Failures of Chancellorsville, 745-761.
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  • Chancellorsville: Jackson's Attack Upon the Eleventh Corps, 761-770.
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  • Sedgwick's Assault at Fredericksburg, 770-777.
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  • Chancellorsville Revisited by General Hooker, 777-782.
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  • Chancellorsville: Lee's Knowledge of Hooker's Movements, 782-783.
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  • The Reserve at Antietam, 783.
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  • General Grant's Reasons for Relieving General William F. Smith, 783.
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  • A Correction from Whittier, 783-784.
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  • Notes from the Prairie, 784-790.
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  • Undying Light, 790-791.
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  • The Zoological Station at Naples, 791-799.
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  • A Song of the Mocking-Bird. (Dedicated to an English Skylark), 799-801.
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  • Legislative Inefficiency, 801-802.
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  • Divorce, Marriage, and the Mormon Problem, 802-803.
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  • Charity Organization, 803.
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  • The Forgotten Millions, 803-805.
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  • The Inefficiency of the House of Congress, 805-807.
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  • The Rev. Dr. Munger on "Evolution and the Faith", 807-808.
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  • Reply to: The Rev. Dr. Munger on "Evolution and the Faith.", 808.
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  • A Plan for Harmony between Labor and the Employing Interests, 808-809.
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  • "Danger Ahead" by Lyman Abbott, 809.
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  • A Photographer's Visit to "Petra", 809-810.
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  • In a Bob-Tail Car, 810-812.
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  • Her Choice, 812-814.
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