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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in Scribner's magazine. Volume 7, Issue 4, April, 1890
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  • Horace, Book I., Ode IV. - To Sestius, 399-400.
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  • Tadmor In The Wilderness, 400-417.
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  • The Rights Of The Citizen. I. As A Householder, 417-425.
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  • The Electric Railway Of To-Day, 425-443.
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  • Expiation, 443-455.
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  • Dawn And Dusk At Karnak, 455-456.
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  • Javan Hackett's Ill-Mended Fortunes, 456-471.
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  • In The Footprints Of Charles Lamb. II,, 471-487.
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  • Wagnerianism And The Italian Opera, 487-497.
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  • In The Valley, 497-513.
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  • A Meeting, 513-514.
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  • The New Methuselah, 514-525.
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  • The Point Of View, 525-530.
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