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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 11, Issue 50, miscellaneous front pages, 111-112.
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  • Do the Various Races of Man Constitute a Single Species?, 113-140.
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  • The Constitution - The Framers and the Framing, 140-150.
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  • Lines. Sing On, Thou Wayward Wind!, 150-151.
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  • New Notes on Russia, 151-161.
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  • Madame D'Arblay's Diary and Letters, 161-175.
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  • The Poets and Poetry of America, 175-179.
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  • The Prince of Edom, 179-181.
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  • The Yeoman's Revenge, 181-194.
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  • Home Flowers, 194.
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  • The Rebellion of Freedom, 194-196.
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  • Democracy and Literature, 196-200.
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  • Anni. Pencilled in a Volume of Tennyson's Poems, 200-201.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. No. XXXII. Thomas Wilson Dorr, of Rhode Island, 201-205.
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  • Clay in the Field Again!, 205-209.
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  • Monthly Financial and Commercial Article, 209-215.
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  • Poems. By Alfred Tennyson, 215.
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  • The Fountain, and other Poems. By William Cullen Bryant, 215.
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  • The Poetical Works of John Sterling., 215-216.
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  • The Climate of the United States, and its Endemic Influences. By Samuel Forry, M. D., 216.
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  • Forest Life. By the author of "A New Home", 216-217.
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  • Elements of Agricultural Chemistry and Geology. By Jas. F. W. Johnston, 217.
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  • A Discourse delivered upon the Opening of the New Hall of the New York Lyceum of Natural History. By John W. Francis, M. D., 217.
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  • A Treatise on Algebra; embracing, besides the Elementary Principles, all the higher parts usually taught in Colleges. By Geo. R. Perkins, A. M., 217-218.
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  • A Treatise on the Right of Suffrage, with an Appendix. By Samuel Jones, 218.
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  • Facts involved in the Rhode Island Controversy, with some views upon the rights of both Parties, 218.
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  • A Discourse delivered in the meeting House of the First Baptist Church, Providence, May 22, 1842. by Francis Wayland, 218.
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  • Review of Dr. Wayland's Discourse on the Affairs of Rhode Island. By a Member of the Boston Bar, 218-219.
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  • The American in Egypt, with Rambles through Arabia Petroea and the Holy Land, during the Years 1839 and 1840. By James Ewing Cooley, 219.
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  • Tales for the People and their Children. Little Coin, Much Care. by Mary Howitt, 219.
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  • A Memoir of India and Avghanistaun, with Observations on the Present Exciting and Critical State and Future Prospects of those Countries. By J. Harlan, 219-220.
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  • Monthly Literary Bulletin, 220-222B.
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