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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 8, Issue 4, April 1835
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  • Young Goodman Brown, 249-260.
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  • Random Leaves. No. I. From a Voyager's Common-Place-Book, 260-266.
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  • Mogg Megone. A Poem in Two Parts, 266-274.
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  • Glimpses of Society and Manners. By a Cosmopolitan. China, 274-281.
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  • Mr. Everett, 281-284.
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  • Credulous People, 284-290.
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  • Slavonia, 290-294.
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  • Aaron Burr. From the Journal of a Foreign Traveler, 294-297.
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  • Scenes in Europe. Parisian Theatres, 297-302.
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  • Philip Van Artevelde, 302-312.
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  • Sonnets. From the Italian, 312-313.
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  • Cabinet Councils. No. I, 313-321.
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  • Annual Report of the Trustees of the New-England Institution for the Education of the Blind, to the Corporation, 321-322.
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  • Prose Sketches and Poems; written in the Western Country, 322-323.
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  • A Winter in the West, 323-324.
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  • The Cavaliers of Virginia; or, The Recluse of Jamestown, 324-327.
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  • An Old Sailor's Yarns, 327-328.
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  • Horae Phrenologicae; being three Phrenological Essays: I. On Morality; II. On the best Means of obtaining Happiness; III. On Veneration. By John Epps, M. D., 328-329.
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  • Monthly Record, 329-330.
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  • Literary Annotanda, 330-332.
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