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Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 49, Issue 2, Dec 1894
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  • The First Word, 163-164.
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  • Mary: Mother and Prophetess, 164-169.
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  • Napoleon at the Beginning of the Revolution, 169-198.
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  • A Christmas Guest, 198-202.
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  • "How to the Singer Comes the Song", 202-203.
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  • Francesco Crispi, 203-210.
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  • Old Dutch Masters. Anthony van Dyck, 210-215.
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  • Casa Braccio, 215-227.
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  • What Has Science to do with Religion?, 227-235.
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  • A Neighbor's Landmark, 235-244.
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  • Old Maryland Homes and Ways, 244-261.
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  • Chrysalis, 261-262.
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  • An Errant Wooing, 262-275.
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  • One Woman's Way, 275-282.
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  • Azelie, 282-289.
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  • A Walking Delegate, 289-297.
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  • The Floating Bethel, 297-302.
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  • The American Woman in Politics, 302-305.
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  • The World's Supply of Gold, 305.
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  • A New Napoleon, 305-306.
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  • The Reign of the Bicycle, 306-307.
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  • No Backward Step in Copyright!, 307.
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  • The Growth of Civil-Service Reform, 307-308.
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  • About Children, 308-310.
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  • The Century Series of American Artists. Our Christmas Pictures, 310-311.
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  • The Tramp and the Reform School, 311-312.
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  • The Christmas Goose, 312-316.
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  • The Penitent, 316-319.
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  • His Opinion of the Funny Young Man, 319-320.
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  • Her Violin, 320.
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  • A Fairy from the Sun-Shower, Quid pro Quo, Why the Army Became Quiet. Paraphrased from the Servian of Zmai Iovan Iovanovich, after literal translation by Nikola Tesla, 320.
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  • Merlin and Vivien, 320-322.
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