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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 1, Issue 6, June 1862
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  • The Constitution and Slavery, 619-627.
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  • A Story of Mexican Life, 627-646.
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  • The Red, White, and Blue, 646-647.
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  • Maccaroni and canvas IV., 647-656.
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  • En Avant!, 656-657.
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  • Desperation and Colonization, 657-662.
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  • The Education to Be, 662-676.
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  • Travel-Pictures, 676-683.
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  • The Huguenots of Staten Island, 683-689.
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  • Recollections of Washington Irving, 689-700.
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  • Byronic Misanthropy, 700-701.
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  • New-England's Advance, 701-702.
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  • Was He Successful?, 702-709.
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  • Monroe to Farragut, 709-710.
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  • Among the Pines, 710-723.
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  • Picayune Butler, 723-724.
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  • Lectures on the Science of Language. By Max Miller, 724-725.
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  • The Life and Letters of Washington Irving. By his Nephew, Pierre M. Irving, 725-726.
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  • Beauties Selected from the Writings of Thomas De Quincey, 726.
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  • The Church in the Army; or the Four Centurions. By Rev. Wm. A. Scott, D.D., 726-727.
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  • Editor's Table, 727-746.
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