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Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 1, Issue 2, August 1831
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  • Herbrew Poetry, 97-104.
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  • Hymn to the South-West Wind, 104-105.
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  • Orthography, 105-110.
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  • From the Mss. of a Traveler in the East, 110-112.
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  • Lord Byron's Religious Opinions, 112-119.
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  • The French Revolution, 119-132.
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  • Curiosity Baffled, 132-141.
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  • Wit and Wisdom, 141-142.
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  • Selections from the Papers of an Idler, 142-144.
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  • Horticulture, 144-149.
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  • New Haven, 149-151.
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  • The Workingmen, 151-153.
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  • Literary Portraits, 153-159.
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  • A Flight of Fancy, 159-161.
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  • Junius, 161-164.
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  • To a Mountain Brook, 164-165.
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  • United States, 165-166.
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  • Massachusetts, 166.
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  • Pennsylvania, 166-167.
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  • Ohio, 167-168.
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  • The American Library of Useful Knowledge, 168-170.
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  • The History of New-Hampshire. Jeremy Belknap., 170-171.
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  • Native Bards; a Satirical Effusion. J. L. M., 171-172.
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  • Tales of the Puritans, 172.
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  • An Oration, pronounced before the citizens of Boston, July 4, 1831. John G. Palfrey., 172-173.
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  • An Elementary Treatise on Geometry. Francis J. Grund., 173.
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  • The Young Ladies' Class Book. Ebenezer Bailey., 173-174.
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  • A Lecture on Classical Learning. Cornelius C. Felton., 174-175.
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  • Haverhill; or Memoirs of an Officer. James A. Jones., 175-176.
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  • The late Isaiah Thomas, 176.
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  • African Colony, 176.
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  • The Horned Snake, 176.
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  • Mines and Minerals, 176-177.
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  • New Food for Cattle, 177.
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  • New Application of Horse Power, 177.
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  • A Fairy Land, or New El Dorado, 177.
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  • Palm Leaf Hats, 177-178.
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  • James Monroe, 178-180.
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  • Ms. Samuel Savage, M.D., 180.
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  • Paul Moody, Esq., 180-181.
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  • Col. James Swan, 181-182.
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  • Col. Nathaniel Rochester, 182-183.
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  • Hon. John C. Thompson, 183-184.
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  • Works Published, 184.
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  • In Press, 184.
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