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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 2, Issue 2, August 1862
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  • Among the Pines, 127-143.
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  • Southern Rights, 143-144.
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  • Maccaroni and Canvas. VI., 144-154.
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  • Glances from the Senate-Gallery. II., 154-159.
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  • The Last Ditch, 159-160.
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  • Patience, 160-161.
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  • Rewarding the Army, 161-165.
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  • John McDonogh the Millionaire, 165-175.
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  • Helter-Skelter Papers, 175-179.
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  • Sketches of the Orient, 179-184.
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  • Witches, Elves, and Goblins, 184-190.
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  • A True Romance, 190-193.
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  • Huguenots of New-York City, 193-198.
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  • The Bane of Our Country, 198-200.
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  • The Molly O'Molly Papers, 200-206.
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  • Wounded, 206-207.
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  • Astor and the Capitalists of New-York, 207-217.
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  • Thunder all Round!, 217-218.
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  • Was He Successful?, 218-232.
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  • A Merchant's Story, 232-237.
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  • Corn is King, 237-238.
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  • Among the Pines. By Edmund Kirke, 238-239.
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  • Thomas Hood's Works. Vol. IV. Edited by Epes Sargent, 239.
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  • The Works of Thomas Hood. Vol. V. Edited by Epes Sargent., 239-240.
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  • Seventh Annual Report of the Insurance Commissioners of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, 240.
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  • Twenty-Fourth Annual Report of the Board of Education, 240.
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  • Concord Fight. By S. R. Bartlett, 240-241.
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  • Editor's Table, 241-252D.
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