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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Putnam's monthly magazine of American literature, science and art. Volume 8, Issue 47, November 1856
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  • Lawyers, 449-459.
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  • Hendrik's Prophecy - A Song, 459-460.
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  • The Tragedy of Hairston, 460-471.
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  • De Tocqueville on the Causes of the French Revolution, 471-482.
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  • To Niagara, 482-483.
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  • Scampavias, 483-499.
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  • Frontier Yarns, 499-507.
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  • Blondine, 507-508.
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  • Glimpses of Nineveh - B. C. 690, 508-517.
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  • The Last Years of Heinrich Heine, 517-527.
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  • The Mezzo-Matti, 527-533.
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  • A Word Before Election, 533-536.
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  • The "getting up" of books, 536.
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  • The Golden Dagon, 536.
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  • The Oriental Acquaintance, by J. W. De Forrest, 536.
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  • Sinai and Palestine of A. P. Stanley, 536.
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  • Burton's Personal Narrative of a Pilgrimage to El Medina and Mecca, 536.
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  • Modern Greece, by Henry M. Baird, 536.
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  • Bothwell, 536-537.
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  • Dred, by Mrs. Stowe, 537-539.
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  • Miss Warner's Hills of the Shatemuc, 539.
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  • Victoria; or, The World Overcome, 539.
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  • Household Words of Lizzie Petit, 539.
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  • Western Border Life, 539-540.
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  • Fashionable Life, by Mrs. Eastman, 540.
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  • Dr. Kane's Arctic Explorations, 540-547.
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  • Illustrations of the Danube, 547.
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  • Art-Treasures of Vienna, 547.
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  • Bishop Wainwright's Memorial, 547.
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  • Life of Talleyrand by McHarg, 547-548.
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  • Memoir of Harriet Preble, 548.
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  • The Swiss Reformer, Zwingli, 548-549.
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  • Life in the Itineracy, 549.
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  • Mr. Parsons' Essays, 549.
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  • Knights and their Days, by Doran, 549.
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  • Little & Brown's Edition of British Essayists, 549-550.
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  • Long's Classical Atlas, 550.
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  • De Courcey's Catholic Church in the United States, 550.
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  • Stroud's Laws relating to Slavery in the United States, 550.
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  • Prof. Draper's Human Physiology, 550-551.
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  • Comments on Current Matters, 551-557.
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  • The World of New York, 557-560.
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