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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 3, Issue 3, March 1863
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  • Turkey, 257-274.
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  • False Estimations, 274-276.
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  • The Blue Handkerchief, 276-279.
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  • Gold, 279-282.
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  • Last Words, 282-288.
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  • Parting, 288-289.
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  • A Merchant's Story, 289-315.
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  • The Captain of '63 to His Men, 315-316.
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  • The Vision of the Monk Gabriel, 316-318.
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  • The Century of Inventions. Containing a Few Comments on the Work of that Name, Published by the Marquis of Worcester, in 1663, 318-330.
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  • The Lady and Her Slave, 330-334.
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  • For and Against, 334-340.
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  • European Opinion, 340-348.
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  • The Huguenots of Virginia, 348-353.
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  • To-Morrow, 353-354.
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  • Montgomery in Secession Time, 354-365.
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  • Shakspeare for 1863, 365-366.
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  • The Union. V. Illinois and Missouri Compared, 366-373.
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  • The Soldier's Burial, 373-374.
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  • The Results of Emancipation. by Augustin Cochin, 374-375.
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  • War Songs for Freemen. Dedicated to the Army of the United States., 375-376.
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  • The National Almanac and Annual Record for 1863, 376-377.
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  • The Orpheus C. Kerr Papers. Second Series, 377-378.
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  • Poems. By Thomas Bailey Aldrich, 378.
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  • Modern War: Its Theory and Practice Illustrated from Celebrated Campaigns and Battles. By Emeric Szabad, Captain U.S.A., 378.
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  • The Pirates of the Prairies; or, Adventures in the American Desert. By Gustave Aimard, 378.
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  • Andree de Taverney, or the Downfall of French Monarchy. By Alexander Dumas, 378.
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  • Verner's Pride; a Tale of Domestic Life. By Mrs. Henry Wood, 378-379.
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  • Editor's Table, 379-384D.
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