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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 33, Issue 2, miscellaneous front pages, 161-162.
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  • Ashland, the Home of Henry Clay, 163-170.
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  • Henry Clay, Reminiscences by His Executor, 170-182.
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  • Idylls, 182-183.
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  • The Minister's Charge, 183-193.
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  • Contemporary French Sculptors, 193-200.
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  • A Coward, 200-207.
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  • An "American Beauty", 207-214.
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  • Sunrise-Sunset, 214-215.
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  • The Hundredth Man, 215-237.
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  • Songs of Christmas, 237-238.
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  • The Food Question in America and Europe, 238-248.
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  • Lincoln as Soldier, Surveyor, and Politician, 248-255.
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  • Old Chelsea, 255-278.
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  • The Second Day at Gettysburg, 278-296.
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  • "Round Top" and the Confederate Right at Gettysburg, 296-306.
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  • The Capitulation of Harper's Ferry, 306-308.
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  • Ripley's Brigade at South Mountain, 308-309.
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  • General Lee Trusting in Providence at Antietam, 309-310.
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  • A Little Millerite, 310-318.
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  • The Labor Question, 318.
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  • To Our Readers - In Confidence, 318.
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  • The Eight-Hour Working-Day, 318-320.
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  • Appropriations and the Veto, 320.
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  • The Congressional Balance Sheet, 320-322.
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  • Church Union. From a Methodist Episcopal Point of View, 322-324.
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  • George Bancroft on the Legal-Tender Decision, 324-325.
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  • Practical Help for Ireland, 325-326.
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  • A Rhyme of the Cornfield, 326.
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  • Uncle Esek's Wisdom, 326-328.
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  • Lines to a Very Shy Young Woman, 328.
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  • Momentous Words, 328.
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  • The Perils of a Poet, 328.
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  • Uncle Gabe at the Party, 328-330.
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