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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 19, Issue 100, miscellaneous front pages, 241-242.
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  • Slaves and Slavery, 243-255.
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  • Hochelaga, 255-260.
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  • Comparative View of the Relative Advantages of Constructing Steam-Ships of Wood or of Iron in the United States, for Ocean Navigation, 260-264.
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  • Minstrelsy; Ancient and Modern, 264-267.
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  • What is Truth?, 267-272.
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  • The Indian Lover, 272-273.
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  • The Elements of Morality; Including Polity, 273-284.
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  • Morni and Ethnea. A Legend of St. Columbia, 284-289.
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  • Literary Larcenies, 289-298.
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  • Haydn's Apprenticeship. Translated from the German, 298-302.
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  • Sonnet. All Mortal Performance but Progress, 302-303.
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  • A Dream of the World, 303-305.
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  • Human Clothing, Dyeing, and Calico Printing, 305-312.
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  • The Broken Heart. A Tale of Hispaniola., 312-316.
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  • Modern English Poets, 316-321.
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  • Financial and Commercial Record, 321-327.
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  • Liddell & Scott's Greek-English Lexicon, with corrections and additions. By Henry Drisler, M. a., 327-328.
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  • American Tableaux. No. 1 Sketches of Aboriginal Life. By V. V. Vide, 328.
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  • Eclogues and Georgies of Virgil; with English notes, critical and explanatory, and a Metrical Index. By Charles Anthon, LL. D., 328-329.
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  • Martin the Foundling. By Eugene Sue, 329.
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  • Father Darcy, by the author of "Two Old Men's Tales," " Mount Sorel", 329-330.
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  • The Evils suffered by American Women and Children; the Causes and the Remedy. An Address. By Miss C. E. Beecher, 330.
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  • What is Christianity. By Thomas Vowler Short, 330.
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  • Blanche of Brandywine; or September, 1777. A Romance, combining the Poetry, Legend and History of Brandywine. by George Lippard, 330-331.
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  • The History of Civilization, from the Fall of the roman Empire to the French Revolution. By F. Guizot, 331.
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  • Margaret; or the Pearl. By Rev. C. B. Taylor, M. A., 331-332.
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  • Gossip of the Month, 332-336B.
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