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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 7, Issue 5, November 1834
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  • Thoughts on the Causes of the Present Discontents, 345-352.
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  • The Story Teller. No. I. At Home, 352-359.
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  • A Rencontre on the Alleghanies, 359-365.
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  • Faust's Soliloquy, 365-366.
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  • Reflections of a Jail Bird, 366-371.
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  • To a Lady, 371-372.
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  • Etchings of the Senate, 372-378.
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  • Jonathan Jolter's Journal, 378-380.
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  • My Hat, 380-381.
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  • To Mimosa, 381-382.
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  • Scenes in Europe. Versailles, 382-384.
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  • Somewhat Tender, 384-385.
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  • Europe. No VI. Spain, 385-395.
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  • Pere La Chaise, 395-398.
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  • An Hour at Mount Vernon, 398-401.
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  • Autobiography of Mathew Carey. Letter XXIV, 401-407.
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  • Comments on the Times, 407-413.
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  • The Popular Reader or Complete Scholar, intended as a Reading-Book for the Higher Classes in Academies and other Schools in the United States. By the Author of the Franklin Primer, the Improved Reader, and the General Class-Book, 413-416.
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  • Mr. Gardiner's Address to the Phi Beta Kappa Society, on American Education in Classical Learning and Eloquence, 416-418.
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  • The Atlantic Club Book, by various authors. In two volumes, 418-419.
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  • Eulogy on Lafayette, delivered in Faneuil Hall, at the request of the Young Men of Boston, September 6, 1834. By Edward Everett, 419-421.
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  • Sketches of Society in Great-Britain and Ireland: by C. S. Stewart, Author of "a Visit to the South Seas", 421-422.
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  • Guy Rivers; by the author of Martin Faber, 422-426.
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  • A Discourse before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Brown University. Delivered September 3, 1834. By Asher Robbins, 426-427.
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  • Monthly Record, 427-430.
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  • Obituary Notices, 430-432.
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