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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 6, Issue 2, February 1834
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  • Autobiography of Mathew Carey, 93-106.
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  • A Specimen of the Acted Drama, 106-109.
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  • The Times of Our Grandfathers, 109-118.
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  • "Lo Util Y Lo Agradable", 118-121.
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  • Connecticut As It Was, 121-125.
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  • Human Life, 125-130.
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  • The Eating Philosopher, 130-133.
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  • Nicolo Paganini, 133-135.
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  • My Books, 135-144.
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  • The Opposing Claims of the Old and the New, 144-148.
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  • The Thunder Storm; a Tale of Old Customs, 148-154.
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  • My Boots, 154-156.
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  • Bishop Lowth's Epitaph on his Daughter, 156-157.
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  • The Holy Bible. Noah Webster, 157-160.
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  • The Christian Rule of Marriage. An Essay. Howard Malcom, 160-162.
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  • The Spirit of Life; a Poem. Willis Gaylord Clark, 162-165.
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  • Life of Friedrich Schiller, 165-166.
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  • Forty Year's residence in America; or the Doctrine of a Particular Providence exemplified in the Life of Grant Thorburn, Seedsman, New-York. Written by Himself, 166-170.
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  • The History and Geography of the Mississippi Valley. Timothy Flint, 170-171.
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  • An Address before the Hampshire, Franklin, and Hampden Agricultural Society; delivered in Greenfield, Oct. 23, 1833. Henry Colman, 171-173.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 173-179.
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  • Deaths, 179-180.
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