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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 51, Issue 233, August 1889
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  • George Meredith as a Theorist, 81-96.
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  • Montana as it was, and as it is, 96-118.
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  • The Medical Profession, The Medical Sects, and the Law, 118-135.
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  • The Gentleman in Politics, 135-143.
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  • Address of President Dwight at the Funeral of Ex-President Woolsey, 143-154.
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  • French Traits. W. C. Brownell, 154-157.
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  • The Economic Interpretation of History. James E. Thorold Rogers, 157-158.
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  • A Grammar of the Hebrew Language. William Henry Green, 158-160.
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