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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 19, Issue 99, miscellaneous front pages, 161-162.
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  • The Tariff - Its History and Influence, 163-175.
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  • Imaginary Commonwealths, 175-186.
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  • American Actors in England, 186-192.
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  • The Old Arm-Chair that Rocks So Easy, 192-193.
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  • Haydn's Apprenticeship. Translated from the German, 193-198.
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  • Miss Fuller's Papers on Literature and Art., 198-202.
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  • Sonnet. First Purposeless Strivers of the Imagination, 202-203.
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  • Literary Larcenies, 203-209.
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  • Papers of an Old Dartmoor Prisoner, 209-217.
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  • Reasons why the Aspect of Society in England and the United States of America is and Must be Fundamentally Different. No. II., 217-224.
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  • A Song of the Stars, 224-230.
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  • Financial and Commercial Record, 230-235.
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  • The Statesmen of the Commonwealth of England: with a Treatise on the Popular Progress in English History. by John Foster, 235-236.
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  • A Text-Book of Chemistry, for the use of Schools and Colleges. By John William Draper, M. D., 236.
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  • Expedition to Borneo, by H. M. S. Dido, for the Suppression of Piracy, with extracts from the Journal of James Brooke, Esq., of Sarawak, no Agent for the British Government in Borneo. By Capt. the Hon. Henry Keppel, 236.
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  • French Domestic Cookery; combining Elegance with Economy, 236-237.
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  • The Redskins; or, Indian and Ingin: being the Conclusion of the Littlepage Manuscripts. By J. Fennimore Cooper, 237.
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  • Temper and Temperament. By Mrs. Ellis, 237-238.
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  • Napoleon and his Marshals. By J. T. Headley, 238.
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  • Coffee, Tea, and Chocolate: their influence upon the health, intellect, and the moral nature of man., 238.
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  • Memoirs and Essays on Arts, Literature and Social Morals. By Mrs. Jameson, 238-239.
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  • Dolores. A Novel. By Harro Harring, 239.
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  • Spark's American Biography, 239.
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  • Lord Brougham's "Lives of Men of Letters and Science, who flourished in the time of George III.", 239-240.
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  • Zenobia; or the Fall of Palmyra. By William Ware, 240.
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  • The Statesman's Manual, 240.
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  • A Year with the Franklins; or, To Suffer and be Strong. By E. Jane. Cate, 240-240B.
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