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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 5, Issue 4, October 1833
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  • Ancient Egyptians, 273-280.
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  • The Shetland Widow, 280-281.
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  • Thoughts on the Study of the Greek and Latin Languages, 281-287.
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  • Zephyr, 287-288.
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  • A Summer Spent in the Country, 288-294.
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  • The Errors of Youth, 294-299.
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  • My Books, 299-310.
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  • Auld Lang Sign, 310-312.
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  • Epitaph: on a Living Landlord, on his retiring from Business, 312-313.
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  • Reminiscences of a Rogue, 313-323.
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  • A Legend of the Indians, 323-326.
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  • Autumn, 326-327.
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  • Poems and Prose Writings. Richard H. Dana, 327-332.
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  • Life of Howard. Mrs. J. Farrar, 332-338.
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  • The Martyr's Triumph: Buried Valley: and other Poems. Grenville Mellen, 338-342.
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  • A Memoir of Zerah Colburn; written by himself, 342-346.
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  • Introductory Discourse, delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at Boston, August 22, 1833. William Sullivan, 346-347.
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  • Address delivered before the Horticultural Society of Maryland, at its First Annual Exhibition, June 12, 1833. John P. Kennedy, 347-349.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 349-354.
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  • Spirit of the Public Journals, 354-360.
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  • Deaths, 360.
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