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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in New Englander and Yale review. Volume 53, Issue 248, November 1890
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  • Connecticut in the Revolution, 401-406.
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  • The Defense of Charleston Harbor in the Civil War, 406-411.
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  • The September "Popular Science Monthly" and Mr. White on "The Warfare of Science," and Mr. Huxley on its Light, 411-421.
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  • Webster's International Dictionary, 421-441.
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  • Two Thousand Years of Popular Comedy: Harlequin and his Ancestors, 441-462.
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  • Science and the Supernatural, 462-492.
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  • A Critic Criticized, 492-495.
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  • Why we have no Brownings or Tennysons in the United States. A Review of the Poems of Edward Rowland Sill, 495-504.
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  • Classical and Philological Society of Yale College, 504.
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