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  • The New-England magazine. / Volume 3, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-vi.
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  • Early American Artists and Mechanics, 1-7.
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  • Sports of Childhood, 7-9.
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  • The Schoolmaster, 9-13.
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  • The Writings of Sir Walter Scott, 13-16.
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  • The Farewell, 16-17.
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  • Our Village Poet, 17-21.
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  • Ugly Reflections, 21-22.
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  • Life beyond the Frontier, 22-33.
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  • Dramatic Reminiscences, 33-40.
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  • A Poet's Repinings, 40-42.
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  • A Chapter on Field Sports. Experimental and Philosophical, 42-48.
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  • Humors of a Oriental. Translated from the Persian of the Tootee Nameh, 48-52.
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  • A Morning in June, 52-53.
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  • Reminiscences of a Retired Militia Officer, 53-57.
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  • Death and the Lady. A Duet, 57-59.
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  • Stephen Girard, 59-63.
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  • A Vision, 63-64.
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  • The Night Season, 64-65.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 65-76.
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  • Swallow Barn; or a Sojourn in the Old Dominion, 76-79.
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  • The History and Geography of the Mississippi Valley. To which is appended a Condensed Physical Geography of the Atlantic United States, and the Whole American Continent. By Timothy Flint, 79-80.
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  • The Soul of Man. A Sermon, preached at the Tabernacle Church, Salem, Mass. April 22, 1832. By Leonard Withington, Pastor of the First Church in Newbury, 80-81.
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  • The Alhambra. By the Author of the Sketch Book, 81-82.
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  • The Faith of the Pilgrims; a Sermon, delivered at Plymouth, on the Twenty-Second of December, 1831. By John Codman, D. D., 82.
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  • A Discourse, delivered before the Massachusetts Society for the Suppression of Intemperance, May 23, 1832. By William Sullivan, 82-83.
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  • Ladies' Family Library. By Mrs. Child, 83-84.
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  • Correspondence between the First Church and the Tabernacle Church in Salem. In which the Duties of Churches are discussed, and the Rights of Conscience vindicated, 84.
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  • Biography of Stephen Girard. By Stephen Simpson, 84.
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  • Commentaries on the Law of Bailments. By J. Story, LL. D. 1832, 84-85.
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  • Deaths, and Obituary Notices of Persons Lately Deceased, 85-88.
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  • Literary Intelligence, 88-88B.
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