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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 9, Issue 8, August 1835
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  • The Garden, 81-87.
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  • Are Great Minds Prone to Skepticism?, 87-97.
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  • Napoleon's Epitaph, 97-99.
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  • The Vision of the Fountain, 99-105.
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  • I Will Remember Thee, 105-106.
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  • The Origin and Progress of Music. No. II., 106-117.
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  • Summer Philosophy. A Colloquial Lecture, 117-122.
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  • Parting, 122-123.
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  • Church Reminiscences, 123-128.
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  • Sonnet, 128-129.
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  • Literary Humbug, 129-132.
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  • Smoking, 132-135.
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  • An Apology, 135-136.
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  • The Monikins. Edited by the Author of "The Spy", 136-137.
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  • The New Practical Translator; or, an Easy Method to learn how to translate French into English. By Mons. B. F. Bugard, 137-138.
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  • Popular Cyclopedia of History. By F A Durivage, 138.
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  • Erato. By William D. Gallagher, 138-139.
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  • The Horticultural Register and Gardener's Magazine. Conducted by T G Fessenden and T E Teschemacher, 139-140.
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  • Six Months in a House of Correction, 140-141.
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  • The Italian Sketch-Book, 141-142.
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  • An Oration, pronounced before the Inhabitants of Boston, July the fourth, 1835, in Commemoration of American Independence. By George S Hillard, 142-143.
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  • The Life of Aaron Burr. By Samuel L Knapp, 143-144.
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  • Literary Annotanda, 144-145.
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  • Obituary, 145-152.
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