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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Living age ... Volume 10, Issue 121, September 5, 1846
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  • De la Democratic chez les Predicateurs de la Ligue. M. Ch. Labitte., 441-451.
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  • The Free Church of Scotland and the Three Thousand Pieces, 451.
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  • Views and Reviews in American Literature, History and Fiction, 451-452.
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  • The Cadet of Colobrieres, 452-460.
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  • Flogging at Hounslow, 460-461.
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  • History of the Indian Tribes of North America. T. L. McKenney, Esq. and James Hall, Esq., 461-467.
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  • The Poetry of Steam, 467.
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  • The Aggrieved Professors, 467-468.
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  • The Life and Adventures of Miss Robinson Crusoe, 468-470.
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  • On Whipping, 470-471.
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  • A Case for Female Sympathy, 471-472.
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  • The Hyde Park Corner Clock, 472.
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  • A New Roman Road, 472.
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  • Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Soldiers, 472-473.
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  • Slaves in Smock Frocks, 473.
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  • The Balm of Speech, 473.
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  • Night, 473-474.
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  • The History of St. Giles and St. James, 474-482.
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  • Mr. Lane's Life at the Water Cure, 482-483.
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  • The Anti-Slavery that might Succeed, 483-484.
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  • Slavery and Time, 484-486.
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  • Peace Societies; and Elihu Burritt, the Learned American Blacksmith., 486-488.
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  • The Orientalism of Napoleon, 488.
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