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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 35, Issue 2, Dec 1887
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  • The Sea of Galilee, 171-183.
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  • Perpetual Youth, 183-184.
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  • After the War, 184-199.
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  • The Hour-Glass, 199-200.
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  • Notes on Parisian Newspapers, 200-212.
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  • The Winging Hour, 212-213.
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  • Au Large, 213-226.
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  • Cathedrals. Durham, 226-243.
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  • Endless Resource, 243-244.
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  • The Dusantes: A Sequel to the Casting Away of Mrs. Lecks and Mrs. Aleshine, 244-254.
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  • The United Churches of the United States. II, 254-264.
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  • Twilight, 264-265.
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  • Abraham Lincoln: A History. Lincoln's Inauguration, 265-285.
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  • Prison Life of the Russian Revolutionists, 285-298.
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  • The Graysons: A Story of Illinois, 298-308.
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  • "From Out Eternal Silence Do We Come", 308-309.
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  • Pictorial Successes of Irving's Faust, 309-311.
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  • The Acting of Irving's Faust, 311-314.
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  • The Tonic Sol-Fa System. Opinions of a Teacher, 314-317.
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  • The Tonic Sol-Fa System. Opinions of a Critic, 317-319.
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  • Comrades, 319-320.
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  • The Confederate Strength in the Atlanta Campaign, 320.
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  • A Song in Camp, 320-322.
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  • A Rejoinder to General Robertson, 322-323.
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  • Ransom's Division at Fredericksburg, 323.
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  • An Anecdote of the Petersburg Crater, 323-325.
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  • Municipal Patriotism, 325-326.
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  • International Copyright, 326.
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  • The Seventieth Year of Our National Disgrace, 326-327.
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  • "Constitution Day", 327-328.
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  • Cheap Books, 328.
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  • International Copyright, 328-329.
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  • Occupations of the Blind, 329-330.
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  • Re-Unions, 330.
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  • The Frontispiece Portrait of Lincoln, 330-331.
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  • Helen, 331-332.
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  • At First Sight, 332.
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  • The Goddess. (Dedicated to T. B. Aldrich), 332.
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  • Meditations of a Jealous Rival, 332.
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  • Thou Didst Not Say Me Nay, 332-334.
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