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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 2, Issue 3, September 1862
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  • Henry Thomas Buckle, 253-256.
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  • The Angel on Earth, 256-257.
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  • The Molly O'Molly Papers, 257-261.
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  • That Last Ditch, 261-262.
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  • Hopeful Tackett - His Mark, 262-265.
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  • John Bull to Jonathan, 265.
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  • Jonathan to John Bull, 265-266.
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  • American Student Life, 266-274.
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  • Go In and Win, 274-275.
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  • John Neal, 275-281.
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  • The Soldier and the Civilian, 281-284.
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  • Volunteer Boys, 284-285.
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  • Author-Borrowing, 285-289.
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  • Intervention, 289-290.
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  • Maccaroni and Canvas. VII., 290-302.
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  • Anthony Trollope on America, 302-314.
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  • Up and Act, 314-318.
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  • Reminiscences of Andrew Jackson, 318-320.
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  • Shakespeare's Caricature of Richard III, 320-324.
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  • The Negro in the Revolution, 324-328.
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  • A Merchant's Story, 328-341.
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  • Take Care!, 341-342.
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  • Shoulder-Straps; or, Men, Manners, and Motives in 1862, 342-354.
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  • The Children in the Wood, 354-357.
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  • National Unity, 357-360.
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  • Was He Successful?, 360-365.
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  • An Army Contractor, 365-366.
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  • Why Paul Ferroll Killed His Wife. By the Author of Paul Ferroll, 366.
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  • The Channings. A Domestic Novel of Real Life. By Mrs. Henry Wood, 366.
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  • The Pearl of Orr's Island. A Story of the Coast of Maine. By Mrs. Harriet Beecher Stowe, 366-367.
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  • The Golden Hour, 367-368.
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  • Tragedy of Success, 368.
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  • The Hunchback of Notre Dame. By Victor Hugo, 368-369.
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  • Editor's Table, 369-376D.
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