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Browse items in The New-England magazine. Volume 9, Issue 9, September 1835
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  • The Pigs - A Poem, 153-160.
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  • Horsemanship, 160-169.
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  • United States Senate. Joseph Kent, 169-172.
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  • United States Senate. Ezekiel F. Chambers, 172-174.
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  • My Journal, 174-180.
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  • Spring-Notes of a Humming-Bird, 180-181.
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  • The Fight of the Falls, 181-189.
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  • A Complaint. Against Verbiage and Egotism, 189-195.
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  • The Rose-Colored Packet, 195-200.
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  • Sonnet. Dawn, 200-201.
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  • Scraps of Philosophy and Criticism, 201-208.
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  • Ocean Scenery, 208-210.
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  • Letters from Chili and Peru, to a Friend in New-England, 210-216.
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  • To ________, 216-217.
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  • Specimens of the Table-Talk of the late Samuel Taylor Coleridge, 217-220.
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  • The Gipsy; a Tale. By the Author of 'Richelieu', 220-223.
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  • Progressive Education. Translated from the French of Madame Neckar de Saussure; by Mesdames Willard and Phelps, 223-224.
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  • The Student's Manual, 224-226.
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  • Record of a School: exemplifying the general principles of Spiritual Culture, 226-227.
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  • The Wife and Woman's Reward, 227-228.
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  • Edmund Allerton, 228-229.
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  • The Drama, 229-232.
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  • Literary Annotanda, 232.
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