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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 2, Issue 2, February 1832
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  • Eloquence and Eloquent Men, 93-101.
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  • Our Birds. A Talk in the Way of Ornithology, 101-107.
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  • College Honors, 107-112.
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  • Extract from the Jewish Convert. An Unwritten Tale, 112-118.
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  • Dramatic Reminiscences, 118-122.
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  • Lines Written in the Album of a Young Bride, 122-123.
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  • Oregon Territory, 123-132.
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  • East Rock, 132-134.
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  • The Autocrat of the Breakfast Table, 134-138.
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  • Commodore Tucker, 138-145.
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  • The Hermitage of Candu. An Oriental Tale, 145-149.
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  • The Late Stephen Girard, 149-154.
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  • The Complaint and petition of the Much-Abused It, 154-156.
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  • Sonnet, 156-157.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 157-171.
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  • A Memoir of the Life of Daniel Webster, 171-173.
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  • Encyclopoedia Americana: a Popular Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, Literature, History, Politics, and Biography, brought down to the present time, 173-174.
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  • Religion the only Safeguard of National Prosperity. John H. Hopkins, 174-175.
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  • Words of Truth. By the author of "The Well Spent Hour" and "The Warning", 175-176.
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  • The New-England Magazine - English Grammar, 176-177.
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  • Deaths, 177-180.
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  • Literary Intelligence, 180.
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