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  • The Century; a popular quarterly. / Volume 56, Issue 4, miscellaneous front pages, 481-482.
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  • Arctic Monument Named for Tennyson by Dr. Kane, 483-493.
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  • The Seven Wonders of the World. The Statue of Zeus at Olympia, 493-495.
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  • The Seven Wonders of the World. The Mausoleum, 495-498.
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  • The Coon Dog, 498-507.
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  • Sangre De Cristo. A Romance of Spanish America, 507-516.
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  • The Horns, 516-517.
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  • Heroes of the Deep, 517-526.
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  • The Adventures of Francois, 526-537.
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  • The Trumpet in the Camp of Battle, 537-543.
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  • Two and Fate, 543-544.
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  • Gilbert Stuart's Portraits of Women. Nancy Pennington, 544-546.
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  • The Island of Porto Rico, 546-554.
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  • The Annunciation, 554-555.
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  • Facts about the Philippines, 555-563.
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  • Life in Manila, 563-573.
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  • An Artist with Admiral Sampson's Fleet, 573-577.
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  • Wild Eden, 577-578.
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  • The Sanitary Regeneration of Havana. By the Surgeon General of the Army, 578-583.
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  • Knights Errant, 583-584.
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  • Old English Masters. Sir William Beechey, 584-586.
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  • Cuba as Seen from the Inside, 586-593.
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  • Song, 593-594.
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  • Confederate Commerce-Destroyers. "The Confederacy's Only Foreign War", 594-600.
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  • Confederate Commerce-Destroyers. The Last of the Confederate Cruisers, 600-611.
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  • The Battle of Manila. The Destruction of the Spanish Fleet Described by Eye-Witnesses. I. Narrative, 611-618.
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  • The Battle of Manila. The Destruction of the Spanish Fleet Described by Eye-Witnesses. II. Diary Written during the Battle, 618-620.
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  • The Battle of Manila. The Destruction of the Spanish Fleet Described by Eye-Witnesses. Narrative of the Junior Surgeon of the Flag-Ship "Olympia", 620-624.
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  • The Battle of Manila. The Destruction of the Spanish Fleet Described by Eye-Witnesses. IV. Narrative of the Gunner of the "Boston", 624-628.
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  • How India Has Saved Her Forests, 628.
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  • A Mother of Spain, 628-630.
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  • The Austrian Edison Keeping School Again, 630.
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  • Jan Szczepanik, 630-632.
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  • National Good Neighborship, 632-633.
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  • An Attack All along the Line, 633.
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  • Concerning Empire, 633-634.
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  • A Middy in Manila, 634-642.
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  • Old English Masters. John Hoppner, 642.
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