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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 7, Issue 4, October 1834
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  • Political Parties, 265-276.
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  • A New Theory of Comets, 276-289.
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  • Visions of the Past, 289-296.
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  • Rainy Day Musings, 296-302.
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  • Importance and Obligations of Truth, Philosophically Considered, 302-308.
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  • Stanzas, 308-309.
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  • My Books. No. XII. The Columbian Orator, 309-316.
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  • Mount Auburn, 316-320.
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  • Autobiography of Mathew Carey. Letter XXII, 320-329.
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  • A Simile, 329-330.
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  • My Coat and Trowsers, 330-331.
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  • The Token and Atlantic Souvenir. Edited by S. G. Goodrich, 331-333.
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  • A Reply to the Letter of J. Fenimore Cooper. By One of his Countrymen, 333-336.
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  • Things as they are: or, Notes of a Traveler through some of the Middle and Northern States, 336-339.
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  • A Discourse pronounced at the Inauguration of the author as Royal Professor of Law in Harvard University, August 29, 1834. By Simon Greenleaf, 339.
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  • The Teacher's Office - Inaugural Address of Rufus Babcock, Jun. President of Waterville College, July 29, 1834, 339.
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  • Baccalaureate Address, delivered August 11, 1834, at the Third Annual Commencement of the University of the State of Alabama. By Alva Woods, President of the University, 339-340.
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  • Our File, 340-341.
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  • Universities and Colleges, 341-344.
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  • Deaths, 344.
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