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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 3, Issue 2, Aug 1832
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  • Literary Portraits. No. IV. Charles Sprague, 89-95.
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  • The Benjamin Franklin, 95-97.
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  • The Nervous Man, 97-104.
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  • A Natick Tale, 104-110.
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  • Reminiscences of a Retired Militia Officer. No. IV., 110-113.
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  • Walking, 113-115.
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  • The Comet and the Cholera. A Letter to the Editors on Popular Excitement, 115-120.
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  • New-York, 120-122.
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  • The Phantom Ship, 122-128.
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  • Life beyond the Frontier, 128-133.
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  • Some Passages in the Hebdomadary of an Editor, 133-138.
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  • Choice of a Profession, 138-144.
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  • Domestic Manners of the Americans, 144-147.
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  • The Cholera, 147-157.
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  • Leaves Torn out of a Scrap Book. No. II, 157-159.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 159-165.
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  • History of the late Polish Revolution, and the Events of the Campaign. By Joseph Hordynski, Major of the late Tenth Regiment of Lithuanian Lancers, 165-167.
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  • The Practical Tourist, or Sketches of the State of the Useful Arts, and of Society, Scenery. By Zachariah Allen, 167-169.
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  • Progressive Exercises in English Composition. By R. G. Parker, Principal of the Franklin Grammar School, Boston, 169.
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  • Legends of the West. By James Hall, Author of Letters from the West, 169-170.
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  • Encyclopedia Americana, Vol. X, 170-171.
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  • Universities and Colleges, 171.
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  • Miscellanies, 171-175.
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  • Our File, 175-176.
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  • Literary Intelligence, 176.
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