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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Living age ... Volume 52, Issue 662, January 31, 1857
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  • The Wreck of the Golden Mary, 257-301.
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  • Confessions of an English Opium-Eater. Thomas De Quincey, 301-305.
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  • The Geographical Society, 305-306.
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  • The Home of the Colored Race, 306-307.
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  • The Persian Expedition, 307-308.
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  • A New Calculating Machine, 308.
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  • Submarine Maps, 308-309.
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  • Autumn and Spring, 309.
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  • Crinolina, 309-310.
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  • Influence of Music on Idiots, 310-312.
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  • Manual of United States History. Samuel Eliot., 312-313.
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  • Rabelais, 313-320.
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  • Thomas Dowse, 320.
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