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  • The American Colonization Society, 273-283.
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  • The Schoolmaster. Chap. III. The Village of Auteuil, 283-287.
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  • The Billet-Doux, 287-288.
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  • Thoughts on the Moral and Other Indirect Influences of Rail-Roads, 288-300.
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  • The Comet, 300-302.
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  • England and America, 302-306.
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  • A Winter Soliloquy, 306-307.
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  • Snakes, 307-310.
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  • The First Day of April, 310-313.
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  • Hints Towards the Formation of a Society for the Suppression of Eating, 313-320.
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  • Geographical Sketch of Oregon Territory, 320-327.
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  • Our Birds. A Talk in the Way of Ornithology, 327-330.
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  • Spring, 330-332.
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  • The Death of Agrican the Moor, 332-333.
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  • Loose Thoughts on Plagiarism. Humbly Dedicated to the Editor of the Portland Advertiser, 333-336.
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  • Rhine Song, 336-337.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 337-345.
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  • An Oration delivered before the Legislature of Massachusetts, at their request, on the Hundredth Anniversary of the Birth of George Washington. Francis C. Gray, 345-348.
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  • The Forsaken. A Tale. By the author of "Caius Marius", 348.
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  • The National Calendar, and Annals of the United States; for 1832. Volume X. Peter Force, 348-349.
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  • A Discourse delivered before the Boston Mercantile Association, and others assembled on their invitation, Feb. 7, 1832. William Sullivan, 349-350.
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  • An Essay on the Construction of School-Houses. William A. Alcott, 350.
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  • The Life of Governeur Morris. Jared Sparks, 350-354.
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  • An Oration, delivered at the request of the Washington Light Infantry Company. Thomas B. Fox, 354.
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  • An Oration pronounced at Plymouth, at the request of the Young Men of the Town, on the Centennial Anniversary of the Birth-day of George Washington. Solomon Lincoln, 354.
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  • The Polish Chiefs: an Historical Romance. By the author of "Sketches of Character", 354-355.
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  • Stories of Common Life, 355.
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  • Retrospections of the Stage. John Bernard, 355.
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  • A Medical and Topographical History of the Cholera Morbus. Scouttetten, 355.
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  • Nautical Reminiscences. By the author of "A Mariner's Sketches", 355-356.
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  • Biography of Self-taught Men. B. B. Edwards, 356-357.
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  • Miscellanies, 357-359.
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  • Deaths, 359-360.
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  • Literary Intelligence, 360.
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