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Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 5, Issue 3, September 1833
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  • Hon. Edward Everett, 185-198.
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  • The Brave Man. A Ballad, 198-200.
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  • My Mother's Memory, 200-201.
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  • Thoughts on the Study of the Greek and Latin Languages, 201-210.
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  • The Proselytes. A Sketch, 210-214.
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  • A Lament, 214-216.
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  • Death Bed, 216-218.
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  • On a Broken Vase, 218-219.
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  • Selections from the Papers of an Idler, 219-223.
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  • Scenes at Home - Or, Nothing Strange, 223-230.
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  • Old Tenor, 230-232.
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  • The Issati Converts. A Tale of the Wilderness. In 1680, 232-243.
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  • The Group of Tam O'Shanter, 243-247.
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  • The Lost Star, 247-248.
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  • Outre-Mer; a Pilgrimage beyond the Sea, 248-250.
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  • Alphabet of Phrenology. H. T. Judson, 250-252.
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  • An Oration pronounced at Boston before the Colonization Society of Massachusetts, on the Anniversary of American Independence, July 4, 1833. Caleb Cushing, 252-254.
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  • The Life and Adventures of Dr. Dodimus Duckworth, A. N. Q. to which is added, the History of a Steam Doctor. By the author of "A Yankee among the Nullifiers", 254-258.
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  • An Oration delivered before the Gloucester Mechanic Association, on the Fourth of July, 1833. Robert Rantoul, Jr., 258-259.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 259-262.
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  • Deaths, 262-269.
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  • Our File, 269-272.
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