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  • The New-England magazine. / Volume 8, Issue 1, miscellaneous front pages, i-iv.
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  • Story-Telling, 1-13.
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  • Lay, 13-14.
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  • Phrenology Vindicated. Part II., 14-19.
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  • A Rainbow at Sea, 19-20.
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  • The Gray Champion, 20-26.
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  • Quite Too Susceptible, 26-33.
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  • The Polish Exiles, 33-40.
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  • Lutzow's Wild Chase. From the German of Korner, 40-41.
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  • Mr. Greenough's new Group of Statuary, 41-44.
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  • Sonnet, 44-45.
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  • Colloquy between a Bank Note and a Gold Coin, 45-49.
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  • Epigram. On a Young Man about Town, 49-50.
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  • Naturalization, 50-53.
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  • Atheism in New-England, 53-62.
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  • Sonnet, 62-63.
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  • Sheridan Knowles's Visit to Cork, 63-67.
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  • Our Affairs with France, 67-71.
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  • A Discourse, pronounced at the Inauguration of the Author, as Eliot Professor of Greek Literature in Harvard University. By Cornelius C. Felton, A. M., 71.
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  • Mr. Cushing's Eulogy on Lafayette, 71-72.
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  • Boston Journal of Natural History, containing papers and communications read to the Boston Society of Natural History, 72-73.
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  • Hamlet, a Dramatic Prelude; in Five Acts. By James Rush, M. D. Author of the "Philosophy of the Human Voice", 73-74.
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  • Travels in the Equatorial Regions of South America. By A. R. Terry, M. D., 74-75.
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  • A Charge of the Grand Jury of the County of Suffolk, for the county of Suffolk, at the opening of the Municipal Court of the City of Boston, on the first Monday of December, A. D. 1834. By Peter Oxenbridge Thacher, Judge of that Court, 75.
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  • A Discourse on the professional Character and Virtues of the late William Wirt. By S. L. Southard, 75.
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  • Letters to a Gentleman in Germany, written after a trip from Philadelphia to Niagara. Edited by Francis Lieber, 75-77.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 77-80.
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