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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Century; a popular quarterly. Volume 49, Issue 5, Mar 1895
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  • Napoleon as a French Patriot, 643-670.
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  • Eugene Ysaye, 670.
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  • Katahdin, 670-673.
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  • Summers, 673-674.
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  • An Errant Wooing, 674-687.
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  • Herman Von Helmholtz, 687-691.
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  • The Horse-Market, 691-700.
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  • Old Dutch Masters. Pieter de Hooch, 700-702.
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  • Casa Braccio, 702-716.
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  • Cheating at Letters, 716-723.
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  • Two War-Time Conventions, 723-737.
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  • Beyond the Adriatic, 737-749.
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  • "As Some Mysterious Wanderer of the Skies", 749-750.
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  • Jean Carries: Sculptor and Potter, 750-763.
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  • A Vital Question, 763-769.
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  • Blackmail as a Heritage; or, New York's Legacy from Colonial Days, 769-780.
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  • The Hard Trigger, 780-789.
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  • Civic Self-Knowledge, 789.
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  • Proem to a Victorian Anthology, 789-790.
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  • The Cure for Municipal Corruption, 790-791.
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  • A Grave of Heroes at Chattanooga, 791-792.
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  • Noah Brooks's References to Charles Sumner, and Rejoinder, 792.
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  • Noah Brook's References to Charles Sumner, 792-794.
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  • What Has the United States Done with Alaska?, 794.
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  • The Whipping-Post for Tramps, 794-796.
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  • The Woman Question Once More., 796-797.
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  • The Highrob Chan Tow, 797-800.
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  • An Angler's Wish in Town, 800-802.
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