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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The International magazine of literature, art, and science. Volume 3, Issue 3, June 1851
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  • Henry William Herbert, "Frank Forester", 289-292.
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  • Trenton Falls, 292-296.
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  • New Proof of the Earth's Rotation, 296-298.
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  • The Butcher's Leap at Munich, 298-299.
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  • Neglect of the Preservation of Egyptian Antiquities, 299-300.
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  • Henry Rowe Schoolcraft, 300-303.
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  • The Margravine of Anspach, 303-305.
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  • London Described by a Parisian, 305-307.
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  • The Beautiful Streamlet and the Utilitarian, 307-308.
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  • Sir Emerson Tennant on American Missions in Ceylon, 308-311.
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  • A Paper of..... Tobacco, 311-312.
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  • Lord Jeffrey and Joanna Baillie, 312.
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  • Authors and Books, 312-327.
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  • The Fine Arts, 327-330.
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  • The Meeting of the Nations in Hyde Park, 330-331.
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  • The Second Wife: or, The Tables Turned, 331-333.
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  • A Story without a Name, 333-346.
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  • The Count Monte-Leone: or, The Spy in Society, 346-357.
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  • A Festival Upon the Neva, 357-363.
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  • Politeness: In Paris and London, 363-366.
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  • The Lion in the Toils, 366-372.
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  • The Man of Tact, 372-373.
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  • A Wreck of the Old French Aristocracy. An Incident of Travel in the Limousin, 373-376.
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  • The Cloister-Life of the Emperor Charles V, 376-386.
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  • Our Phantom Ship among the Ice, 386-393.
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  • Madame De Genlis and Madame De Stael, 393-394.
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  • The Smuggler Malgre Lui, 394-396.
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  • The True History of Agnes Sorel, 396-397.
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  • Prospects of African Colonization, 397-399.
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  • My Novel: or, Varieties in English Life, 399-409.
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  • A Glimpse of the Great Exhibition, 409-410.
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  • Dr. David Strauss in Weimar, 410-413.
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  • Great Men's Wives, 413-416.
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  • A Legend of St. Mary's, 416-417.
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  • Mary Kingsford. From the Recollections of a Police-Officer, 417-423.
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  • The United States, 423-428.
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  • Recent Deaths, 428-429.
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  • E. E. Marcy, M.D., Author of the "Homoeopathic Theory and Practice", 429-431.
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  • Ladies' Fashions for the Season, 431-432.
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