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  • The New-England magazine. / Volume 5, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-2.
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  • E. B., 3-4.
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  • Stanzas, 4-5.
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  • Reflections on Man, His Relations and Interests, 5-7.
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  • The Wood-Demon, 7-8.
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  • The Philadelphia Lady. Athenaeum Gallery - No. XX, 8-9.
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  • Montfort and Isabel. A Tale, 9-25.
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  • Fable, 25-26.
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  • New-England Superstitions, 26-31.
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  • Autobiography, 31-34.
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  • Married Women, 34-44.
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  • Six Verses, 44-45.
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  • Thoughts on the Study of the Greek and Latin Languages, 45-54.
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  • Ladies' Fairs, 54-59.
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  • A Reflection, 59-60.
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  • Notice of Mr. Senator Johnston, 60-64.
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  • Select Sentences, 64-65.
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  • A Memoir of the Life of William Livingston. Theodore Sedgwick, Jr., 65-68.
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  • The Mother at Home; or, the Principles of Maternal Duty familiarly illustrated. John S. C. Abbott, 68-70.
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  • Pencil Sketches; or Outlines of Character and Manners. Miss Leslie, 70-73.
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  • Rosine Laval; a Novel. Mr. Smith, 73-76.
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  • A Statement of Reasons for not believing the Doctrines of Trinitarians, concerning the Nature of God, and the Person of Christ. Andrews Norton, 76-78.
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  • Phrenology, in Connexion with the Study of Physiognomy. J. G. Spurzheim, 78-80.
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  • Gems of the Month, 80-85.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 85-86.
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