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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 47, Issue 4, miscellaneous front pages, 481-482.
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  • Laurens Alma-Tadema, 483-498.
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  • The Arrival of the Mail, 498-502.
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  • Coeur D'Alene, 502-515.
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  • Criticism and Culture, 515-517.
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  • The Tramp at Home, 517-526.
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  • Le Rossignol, 526-527.
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  • The Century Series of American Artists. A Woman. Louis Loeb, 527-528.
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  • A Romance of Faith, 528-544.
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  • The Ramage Miniature, 544-547.
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  • Miss Sharpless's Needle-Work Portrait, 547.
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  • A Friend, 547-548.
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  • Pudd'nhead Wilson, 548-558.
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  • Mr. Ebenezer Bull's Investment, 558-563.
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  • Old Dutch Masters. Nicolass Maes, 563-567.
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  • Hunting with the Chetah, 567-575.
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  • The Guests of Mrs. Timms, 575-582.
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  • Nikola Tesla, 582-586.
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  • Irish Songs. "Mither's Swate Little Girleen", 586-588.
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  • Irish Songs. "A Kiss will pay for it a' ", 588-589.
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  • Irish Songs. "The Shadow Baby", 589-590.
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  • Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln's Place in History, 590-596.
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  • Abraham Lincoln. Lincoln's Gettysburg Address, 596-609.
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  • The Myth of the Land-Bill Allen, 609-616.
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  • A Study of Indian Music, 616-623.
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  • The Real Stonewall Jackson, 623-628.
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  • Uncontrolled, 628-629.
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  • The Rights of the "Unknown Authors", 629.
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  • A Test of Character, 629-630.
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  • First Step toward Municipal Reform, 630-631.
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  • Municipal Reform Suggestions, 631-632.
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  • The Anti-Spoils League, 632-633.
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  • The Current Criticism of Foot-ball, 633-635.
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  • Palmistry, 635-636.
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  • Abraham Lincoln. Variations in the Reports of the Gettysburg Address, 636-638.
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  • The Century Series of American Artists. A Woman. Louis Loeb, 638.
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  • Abraham Lincoln. Abraham Lincoln as an Advocate, 638-639.
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  • Accidents of the Tragic Stage, 639.
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  • Antithesis, 639-640.
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  • Country and Town, 640.
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