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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Scribners monthly, an illustrated magazine for the people. Volume 7, Issue 3, January 1874
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  • The Singer's Hills, 257-260.
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  • The Great Air line to the Moon. (Adapted from Jules Verne.), 260-271.
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  • Boudoir Prophecies, 271-272.
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  • The Haunted House, 272-274.
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  • Earthen Pitchers, 274-281.
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  • Irreparable, 281-282.
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  • Annals of an English Abbey, 282-294.
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  • Speech-Making in Congress, 294-301.
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  • The "Christus", 301-302.
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  • The Great South: Glimpses of Texas, I, 302-331.
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  • The Duke's Stratagem, 331-332.
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  • Charles Dudley Warner, 332-335.
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  • "It used to be in the Olden Time", 335-336.
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  • Katherine Earle (Illustrated by J. W. Champney and Mary A. Hallock), 336-343.
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  • A Monte Flat Pastoral. How Old Man Plunkett went Home, 343-351.
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  • Thoughts Suggested by Froude's "Progress", 351-360.
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  • Captain Millicent, 360-368.
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  • Topics of the Time, 368-371.
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  • The Old Cabinet, 371-372.
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  • Home and Society, 372-374.
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  • Culture and Progress, 374-380.
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  • Nature and Science, 380-383.
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  • Etchings, 383-384.
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