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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 14, Issue 68, miscellaneous front pages, 109-110.
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  • Mr. Calhoun's Parliamentary Eloquence. Life and Speeches of John C. Calhoun, 111-130.
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  • Greylock, 130-131.
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  • Lines to Frederika Bremer., 131-133.
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  • The Spoliation of American Commerce, First by the French and then by our Own Government, 133-141.
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  • The Poor Debtor, 141-146.
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  • Resignation - A Tale, from the French, 146-155.
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  • Lines, 155-156.
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  • One of the Problems of Our Age, 156-168.
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  • The Harmony of the Universe, 168-169.
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  • Our Indian Policy ( With a Map), 169-185.
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  • Niagara, 185-186.
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  • The Antiques at Paris. From Schiller, 186-187.
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  • An Incident in the Peninsular War, 187-188.
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  • Sonnet, 188-189.
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  • Prescott's Conquest of Mexico, 189-196.
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  • Perseverando. From the French of Victor Hugo, 196-197.
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  • Drake's Poems, 197-202.
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  • Clevenger (With a drawing of his statue of an Indian Chief), 202-206.
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  • Sonnet. The Poet, 206-207.
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  • Monthly Financial and Commercial Article, 207-212.
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  • The American Themis: a Journal of Jurisprudence and Judicature, 212.
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  • A Lecture on the Mixture of Civil and Ecclesiastical Power in the Governments of the Middle Ages. By Rt. Rev. Dr. Hughes, Bishop of New York, 212-213.
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  • Simcoe's Military Journal. A history of the operations of a partisan corps, called the Queen's Rangers, commanded by Lieut. Col. J. G. Simcoe, 213-214.
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  • The Correspondence between Burns and Clarinda. With a memoir of Mrs. M'Lehose (Clarinda). Arranged and edited by her grandson, W. C. M'Lehose, 214.
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  • Biographical Notice of Edward Livingston, read before the American Philosophical Society. By Henry D. Gilpin, 214.
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  • The Mothers of England: their Influence and Responsibility. By Mrs. Ellis, 214-215.
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  • The Silk Culture: with historical sketches of the silk business in Europe and the United States; the natural history of the silk-worm, mulberry-tree, etc., 215.
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  • Lyra Apostolica., 215.
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  • The Churchman's Companion in the Closet: or a Complete Manual of Private Devotions. Edited by Francis E. Paget, M. A., 215.
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  • The Imitation of Christ; Four Books. By Thomas A'Kempis, 215.
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  • Poems. By James Russell Lowell, 215.
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  • Mexico as it Was and as it Is. By Brantz Mayer, Secretary of the U. S. Legation to that country in 1841 and 1842, 215-216.
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  • American Naval Biography, comprising the Lives of the Commodores, and other commanders distinguished in the history of the American Navy. Compiled from the best authorities. By John Frost, LL. D., 216.
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  • The Lily of the Valley. Translated from the French, 216.
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  • Victorine, a Tale from Real Life., 216.
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  • Monthly Literary Bulletin, 216-219.
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  • New York Historical Society, 219-220B.
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