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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 2, Issue 5, May 1832
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  • Hints to Editors of Newspapers, 361-367.
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  • Acrostic, 367-368.
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  • Dramatic Reminiscences, 368-373.
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  • To Lesbia, 373-374.
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  • On Eloquence, 374-380.
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  • Sonnet. To My Sister, 380-381.
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  • The Two Dogs, 381-390.
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  • Epigram, 390-391.
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  • The Clergyman's Daughter, 391-394.
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  • Maine, 394-403.
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  • Reminiscences of a Retired Militia Officer, 403-406.
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  • Words to Woman, 406-407.
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  • Literary Portraits. No. III. James G. Percival, 407-414.
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  • Leaves Torn Out of a Scrap Book, 414-416.
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  • Powow Hill. A Legend of Essex County, 416-421.
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  • Confessions, 421-424.
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  • Hymn to May, 424-425.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 425-435.
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  • Poems. Miss H. F. Gould, 435-437.
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  • The History of Haverhill, Massachusetts. B. L. Mirick, 437-438.
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  • Encyclopedia Americana, 438-440.
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  • A Memoir of Miss Hannah Adams, 440.
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  • Excerpta ex Scriptus Publii Ovidii Nasonis, 440-441.
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  • Contemplations of the Savior. S. Greenleaf Bullfinch, 441.
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  • Moll Pitcher, a Poem, 441-442.
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  • Fifteenth Annual Report of the American Society for Colonizing the Free People of Color of the United States, 442-443.
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  • The Visiter of the Poor. By a Lady of Boston. Intro by Joseph Tuckerman, 443-444.
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  • A Treatise on Shades and Shadows, and Linear Perspective. Charles Davies, 444.
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  • Views in the City of New York. Theodore S. Fay, 444.
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  • The Art of Being Happy. Timothy Flint, 444-445.
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  • The Letters of the British Spy. William Wirt, 445.
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  • The Cabinet of Natural History and American Rural Sports. J & T Doughty, 445.
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  • First Book of the Fine and Useful Arts. Marshall S. Perry, 445.
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  • A Third Book for Reading and Spelling. Samuel Worcester, 445.
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  • Report of the Case of alleged Contempt and Breach of privilege of the House of Representatives of Massachusetts, etc. on complaint of William B. Calhoun, Speaker, against David L. Child, a member, 445-446.
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  • The File, 446-447.
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  • Deaths, 447-448.
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  • Literary Intelligence, 448.
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