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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Scribner's magazine. Volume 1, Issue 3, March, 1887
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  • The Stability Of The Earth, 259-280.
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  • Aunt Fountain's Prisoner, 280-289.
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  • Reminiscences Of Siege And Commune Of Paris. Third Paper - The Commune, 289-308.
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  • Seth's Brother's Wife, 308-323.
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  • The Story Of A New York House, 323-332.
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  • An Interlude, 332-333.
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  • The Bayeux Tapestry, 333-348.
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  • The Residuary Legatee; Or, The Posthumous Jest Of The Late John Austin, 348-354.
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  • Ballade Of The Penitents, 354-355.
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  • What Is An Instinct?, 355-366.
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  • Father Andrei; The Story Of A Russian Priest, 366-378.
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  • "Cordon!", 378-386.
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