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Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 9, Issue 12, December 1835
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  • Friendship, 393-396.
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  • The Player on the Heart, 396-398.
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  • Sketches from Memory. No. II, 398-409.
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  • The Sea-Breeze at Matanzas, 409-410.
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  • An Execution in Spain, 410-417.
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  • Hailing a Portuguese Man-of-War, 417-419.
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  • Reflections on Thanksgiving Eve, 419-422.
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  • Visit to the Hunting Islands. From the Ms. of a Southern Schoolmaster, 422-428.
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  • The Madman's Mournful Madrigal, 428-429.
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  • A Plea for the Laboring Classes, 429-434.
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  • To R. H. D., 434-435.
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  • Misconceptions of Shakespeare upon the Stage, 435-440.
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  • Song of the Dying Minstrel, 440-441.
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  • The Possessed of a Devil, 441-445.
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  • Verses, for the Eye of a Splendid Young Friend, 445-447.
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  • Scenes in Europe. Rome. No. II., 447-456.
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  • Remnants, 456-461.
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  • Sonnet. By One Departing for Italy, 461-462.
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  • An Address, delivered before the Literary Societies of Amherst College. By Edward Everett., 462.
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  • An Address delivered at Bloody-Brook, in South Deerfield, in Commemoration of the Fall of the 'Flower of Essex'. By Edward Everett, 462-468.
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  • The Poetical Works of Mrs. Felicia Hemans; complete in one volume, 468.
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  • The Hawks of Hawk-Hollow. A Tradition of Pennsylvania. By the Author of "Calavar", 468-469.
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  • The Magnolia, 1836. Edited by Henry W. Herbert, 469-471.
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  • An Exposition of the Mysteries or Religious Dogmas and Customs of the Ancient Egyptians, Pythagoreans, and Druids. By John Fellows, A. M., 471-472.
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  • Legends of a Log-Cabin. By a Western Man, 472-475.
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  • Practical Phrenology. Illustrated with fine Engravings on wood. By Silas Jones, 475-477.
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  • The Opera. Mr. and Mrs. Wood, 477-479.
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  • To the Readers and Correspondents of the New-England Magazine, 479-480.
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