AM banner

The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 7, Issue 2, August 1834
Previous issue | Next issue

Notes: Page images are mounted at Cornell University Library.
The text viewable for this collection was generated from the page images by optical character recognition (OCR). No corrections have been applied. [More about text]

  • Statesmen - Their Rareness and Importance. Daniel Webster, 89-104.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The World, 104-105.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Remarks on the Eloquence of Debate, 105-117.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Things which I Like Not, 117-124.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • La Fayette, 124-126.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Criminal Jurisprudence, 126-132.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Antlers, 132-135.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Magnanimity, 135-139.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Passion for Life, 139-140.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Observations on the Study of Mineralogy, 140-143.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The College Catalogue, 143-144.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Love and Wisdom, 144-145.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Autobiography of Mathew Carey. Letter XX, 145-148.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Associations, 148-149.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • A Gainer, 149-150.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Outre-Mer; a Pilgrimage beyond the Sea. No. II, 150-154.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • A Letter to his Countrymen, by J. Fenimore Cooper, 154-157.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Kentuckian in New-York. By a Virginian, 157-159.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Miscellaneous Discourses and Reviews; by Heman Humphrey, D. D., President of Amherst College, 159-162.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Poems, by S. G. Bulfinch, 162-163.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Don Carlos; a Dramatic Poem, by Frederick Schiller. Translated from the German, by the Author of "A Volume from the Life of Herbert Barclay", 163-165.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Politics and Statistics, 165-166.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Our File, 166-168.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information


  • Return to The New-England magazine.
    Return to List of Periodical Titles
    Return to The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals