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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Living age ... Volume 35, Issue 442, November 6, 1852
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  • Alphonse Karr, 241-250.
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  • The Home of Taste, 250.
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  • Ah! how fair the world would seem, 250-251.
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  • On the Study of Words. Chenevix Trench., 251-258.
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  • On Animal Electricity. H. Bence Jones., 258-259.
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  • The Songs of Scotland, 259-262.
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  • Anecdote of Burns in the '93, 262.
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  • The Hare and the Lion: an Indian Political Libel, 262-263.
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  • My Novel; or, Varieties in English Life, 263-284.
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  • Adventures in Japan, 284-288.
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  • The Countess, 288.
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