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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Continental monthly: devoted to literature and national policy. Volume 4, Issue 2, August 1863
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  • Our Future, 121-135.
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  • God's Harp. From an Unwritten Poem, 135-136.
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  • Autumn Leaves, 136-138.
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  • Across Maine in Mid-Winter, 138-150.
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  • Diary of Frances Krasinska; or, Life in Poland during the Eighteenth Century, 150-159.
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  • The Sleeping Peri. Lines Suggested by Palmer's Statue, 159-160.
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  • My Lost Darling, 160-168.
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  • Reason, Rhyme, and Rhythm. Chapter IV. Unity, 168-175.
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  • The Buccaneers of America. II., 175-188.
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  • Under the Palmetto, 188-204.
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  • A Spirit's Reproach, 204-207.
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  • Jefferson Davis and Repudiation, 207-227.
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  • Evergreen Beauty, 227-229.
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  • Dying in the Hospital, 229-231.
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  • Weak Lungs, and How to Make Them Strong; or, Diseases of the Organs of the Chest. By Dio Lewis, M.D., 231.
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  • Life of Chopin, by F. Liszt. Translated from the French by Martha Walker Cook, 231-233.
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  • Rockford; or, Sunshine and Storm. By Mrs. Lillie Devereux Umsted, 233-234.
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  • Good Thoughts in Bad Times, and Other Papers. By Thomas Fuller, D.D., 234.
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  • The Gentleman. By George H. Calvert, 234.
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  • Point of Honor. By the Author of the 'Morals of May Fair', 234.
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  • Science for the School and Family. Part I. Natural Philosophy. By Worthington Hooker, M.D., 234-235.
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  • The Story of the Guard: A Chronicle of the War. By Jessie Benton Fremont, 235.
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  • Substance and Shadow; or, Morality and Religion in their Relation to Life. By Henry James, 235-236.
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  • Books Received, 236-237.
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  • Editor's Table, 237-240D.
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