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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 8, Issue 3, March 1835
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  • Mogg Megone. A Poem in Two Parts, 161-170.
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  • Old News. No. II. The Old French War, 170-178.
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  • Song, 178-179.
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  • Doings in the Metropolis, 179-182.
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  • Phrenology. In Reply to the Christian Examiner, 182-193.
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  • Trusting Love, 193-194.
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  • Will the Wizard, 194-205.
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  • Cities. No. II., 205-209.
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  • The Art of Packing, 209-214.
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  • The Rose in Winter, 214-215.
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  • Life of Crabbe, 215-220.
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  • Mr. Webster, 220-228.
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  • To ______, 228-229.
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  • Letter on Phrenology, 229-231.
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  • A Letter from the Capital, 231-233.
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  • A Brief Epistle, 233-234.
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  • Sephora, a Hebrew Tale, descriptive of the Country of Palestine, and of the Manners and Customs of the Ancient Israelites. Abridged and corrected from the London edition, by Rev. Thaddeus Mason Harris, D. D., 234-235.
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  • Inequality of Individual Wealth - the ordinance of Providence and essential to civilization. Dr. Wainwright's Annual Election Sermon., 235.
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  • Tales of the Border. By James Hall, 235-236.
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  • Allen Prescott; or, The Fortunes of a New-England Boy. By the Author of the "Morals of Pleasure" and the "Young Emigrants", 236-237.
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  • Oration on the Life and Character of Gilbert Motier Lafayette, delivered at the request of both Houses of Congress of the United States, before them in the House of Representatives at Washington, on the thirty-first of December, 1834. By John Quincy Adams, 237-238.
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  • Moore's Ancient Mineralogy, 238.
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  • The District School. By J. Orville Taylor, 238-239.
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  • History of the Rise and Progress of the Arts and Designs in the United States. By William Dunlap, 239-240.
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  • Cruise of United States Frigate Potomac round the World, in 1831, '34. Embracing Attack on Quallah Battoo. By Rancis Warriner, A. M., 240-242.
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  • Literary Annotanda, 242-243.
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  • Politics and Statistics, 243-248.
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