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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The Old Guard Volume 3, Issue 3, Mar 1865
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  • Colonial and State Unions, 97-103.
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  • The Peer and the Printer, 103-115.
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  • Moon-Light Maying, 115.
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  • Uhland, 115-116.
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  • The Celebrated Female Beauties of Hampton Court, 116-123.
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  • Epigram on the United States, 123-124.
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  • The "Damnable Heresay of State Sovereignty", 124-127.
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  • A Latin Epigram, 127-128.
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  • American Races, 128-138.
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  • Robert B. Taney and Edward Everett, 138-140.
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  • Epigram, 140-141.
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  • Editor's Table, 141-144.
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