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Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 3, Issue 4, Oct 1832
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  • West-Point, and the United States Military Academy, 265-278.
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  • Female Education, 278-284.
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  • The Schoolmaster, 284-290.
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  • The Fortunes of Mendokaycheenah, 290-296.
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  • The Fair Eckbert. Translated from the German, 296-304.
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  • Sonnet. From the Spanish of Francisco de Medrano. Art and Nature, 304-305.
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  • Early American Artists and Mechanics. No. II. Paul Revere, 305-314.
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  • Horace in Boston, 314-316.
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  • Europe. No. II. France, 316-327.
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  • Dialogue. Between a Coffin and a Diamond Ring, on the Finger of a Corpse, 327-329.
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  • Commencement, 329-333.
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  • Selections from the Papers of an Idler. No. IV. Miseries of an Invalid, 333-338.
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  • Scintillations of Science. Letter from Miss Boadicea Bluebottle to Her Cousin in the Country., 338-340.
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  • Lines Written at Sea, 340-341.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 341-342.
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  • A System of Universal Geography, Popular and Scientific, comprising a Physical, Political, and Statistical Account of the World and its various Divisions. By S. G. Goodrich, 342.
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  • History of the United States, to which is prefixed a brief Historical Account of our English Ancestors, from the Dispersion at Babel, to their Migration to America; and of the Conquest of South-America, by the Spaniards. By Noah Webster, LL. D., 342-343.
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  • View of the Valley of the Mississippi; or the Emigrant's and Traveler's Guide to the West., 343.
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  • A Dictionary of Biography; comprising the most eminent characters of all Ages, Nations, and Professions. By R. A. Davenport, 343-344.
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  • The History of Plymouth; by James Thacher, M. D. A. A. S., 344.
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  • Dreams and Reveries of a Quiet Man; consisting of the Little Genius and other Essays. By one of the Editors of the New-York Mirror, 344-345.
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  • Studies in Poetry and Prose; consisting of selections, principally from American writers. By A. B. Cleaveland, M. D., 345.
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  • The Missionary Gazetteer; comprising a Geographical and Statistical Account of the various Stations of the American and Foreign Protestant Missionary Societies of all Denominations. By B. B. Edwards, 345-346.
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  • The American Pharos, or Light-House Guide; founded on the Official Reports a General View of the Coast. By Robert Mills, P. A., 346.
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  • An Oration delivered before the Citizens of Newburyport, on the Fifty-sixth Anniversary of American Independence. By Caleb Cushing, 346-347.
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  • Universities and Colleges, and Literary Societies, 347-349.
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  • Deaths, and Obituary Notices of Persons Lately Deceased, 349-352.
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  • Our File, 352.
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