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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Living age ... Volume 35, Issue 441, October 30, 1852
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  • The History of Mary Queen of Scots. F. A. Mignet., 193-218.
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  • A Dirge of Love, 218-219.
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  • The Posthumous Portrait, 219-222.
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  • Girls Playing, 222-223.
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  • A Glimpse of Mauritius, 223-225.
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  • The Potato Disease, 225-226.
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  • Le Robinson Chretien. Madame Le Prince., 226-231.
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  • Lillian, and other Poems. Winthrop Mackworth Praed., 231-235.
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  • Changes in the Course of Trade, 235-236.
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  • The United States and the British American Fisheries, 236-238.
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  • Snow-Storm in the Sahara, 238-240.
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  • I'm Thinking of the Past, 240.
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