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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 48, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-2.
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  • Reminiscence, 3-4.
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  • Dagnan-Bouveret, 4-15.
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  • Minorchord, 15-16.
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  • Pudd'nhead Wilson, 16-24.
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  • Articles by James Russell Lowell. Fragments, 24-28.
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  • Contrasts of English and American Scenery, 28-30.
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  • Hunting an Abandoned Farm in Upper New England, 30-43.
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  • The Heart of the World, 43-44.
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  • A Loan of Half-Orphans, 44-57.
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  • The Century Series of American Artists. A Lady in Black, 57-58.
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  • Old Dutch Masters. Aelbert Cuyp, 58-60.
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  • Notes of a Book-lover. Bookbindings of the Past, 60-74.
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  • The Kearsarge, 74-75.
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  • "Their Exits and Their Entrances", 75-82.
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  • Love and May-Time, 82-83.
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  • Across Asia on a Bicycle. Beyond the Bosporus, 83-98.
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  • Witherle's Freedom, 98-102.
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  • Coeur D'Alene, 102-115.
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  • Capture of the Slave-Ship "Cora", 115-130.
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  • Zmai Iovan Iovanovich, 130-131.
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  • Paraphrases from the Servian Translations after Translations by Nikola Tesla, 131-134.
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  • Mr. Pate's Only Infirmity, 134-137.
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  • The Imitative Functions and their Place in Human Nature, 137-145.
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  • Flash-Lights, 145-151.
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  • Political Reform. What is Political Economy?, 151-152.
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  • Labor. The Foreign Element in Trades-Unions, 152-153.
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  • Political Reform. Popular Education in Citizenship, 153-154.
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  • Political Reform. The Common Sense of Civil Service Reform, 154-155.
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  • General Hill's Article on Stonewall Jackson, 155-156.
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  • The Depletion of American Forests, 156.
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  • Stonewall Jackson at Port Republic, 156-157.
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  • The English Language in America, 157-158.
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  • The Century Series of American Artists. Open Letter, 158-159.
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  • Outlines, 159.
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  • Sleepy Man, 159-160.
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  • Men and Women, 160.
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  • The Tests, 160.
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  • The Evolution of a "Name", 160-162.
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