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  • The New-England magazine. / Volume 6, Issue 4, miscellaneous front pages, 265-278.
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  • Remembrances, 279-280.
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  • The Nobleman and the Fisherman, 280-289.
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  • The Bethel Flag, 289-293.
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  • Fanny Waite, 293-302.
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  • Ethan Allen, 302-306.
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  • Autobiography of Mathew Carey, 306-314.
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  • A Short Chapter on Long Ears, 314-316.
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  • My Whiskers, 316-318.
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  • Patriotism, 318-325.
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  • Principles of Government; a Treatise on Free Institutions. Nathaniel Chipman, 325-328.
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  • The Deist's Immortality and an Essay on Man's Accountability for his Belief. Lysander Spooner, 328-332.
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  • The Writings of Robert C. Sands, in Prose and Verse, 332-335.
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  • The Promise of Universal Peace. Henry Ware, 335-336.
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  • An Account of Jane C. Rider, the Springfield Somnambulist. L. W. Belden, 336-339.
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  • Celebration of the Forty-Fifth Anniversary of the First Settlement of Cincinnati, and the Miami Country, on the 26th day of December, by natives of Ohio, 339-340.
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  • "The Burning of the Ephesian Letters". John Pierpont, 340-342.
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  • Remarks on the Importance of promoting Literary and Social Concert, in the Valley of the Mississippi. Daniel Drake, 342-343.
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  • An Introductory Address,delivered before the Young Men's Association for Mutual Improvement, of the city of Albany. D. D. Barnard, 343.
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  • Sketch of the History of Attleborough from its first Settlement to the present Time. John Dagget, 343.
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  • Euphemio of Messina; a Tragedy, translated from the Italian of Silvio Pellico, 343-344.
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  • Memoir and Poems of Phillis Wheatley, 344-345.
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  • Politics amd Statistics, 345-349.
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  • Deaths, 349-352.
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