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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 9, Issue 11, November 1835
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  • A Peep at Cadiz, 313-320.
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  • Impromptu, 320-321.
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  • Sketches from Memory. No. I., 321-327.
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  • An Extract. From the Ms. of "Edmund Allerton", 327-332.
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  • Reminiscences, 332-336.
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  • English Grammar, 336-340.
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  • The Devil in Manuscript, 340-346.
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  • Letters from Peru. No. II, 346-350.
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  • The Sky, 350-352.
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  • Scenes in Europe. Rome - No. I., 352-358.
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  • Mary, 358-360.
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  • Excerpts from Victor Hugo. Satirists and Moralists, 360-366.
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  • Daybreak in June, 366-368.
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  • Ohio and Michigan, 368-374.
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  • Sonnet. Written during the Warm Days in October, 374-375.
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  • Old Maids; their Varieties, Characters and Conditions., 375-379.
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  • Beauties of Washington Irving, 379-380.
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  • The Linwoods; or, Sixty Years since in America. By the Author of "Hope Leslie", 380-381.
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  • Harvardiana. Vol. II., No. I, 381-382.
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  • Tesoretto dello Studente della Lingua Italiana, o Raccolta di brevi e dilettevoli anedotti de L. Sforzosi; con note explicative in Inglese da Francesco M. G. S., 382-385.
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  • An Address delivered before the Sunday School Society of Newburyport, at their third Anniversary. By R. C. Waterston, 385-386.
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  • Ship and Shore; or, Leaves from the Journal of a Cruise to the Levant. By an Officer of the United States Navy, 386-388.
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  • The Brothers; a Tale of the Fronde, 388-390.
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  • Horse-Shoe Robinson; a Tale of the Tory Ascendancy. By the Author of 'Swallow Barn', 390-391.
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  • Plan of Boston, 391-392.
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