AM banner

The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 20, Issue 106, April 1847
Previous issue | Next issue

Notes: Page images are mounted at Cornell University Library.
The text viewable for this collection was generated from the page images by optical character recognition (OCR). No corrections have been applied. [More about text]

  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 20, Issue 106, miscellaneous front pages, 289-290.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Mexican War - Its Origin and Conduct, 291-299.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • An Album Dedication, 299-300.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Punishment and Penalty, 300-306.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Jean-Charles-Leonard De Sismondi, The Historian of Italy and France, 306-316.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Nationality of Literature, 316-321.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • System of Positive Philosophy III. The Theological and Metaphysical Philosophy Compared with the Positive, 321-328.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Poems for the People. No. 4. Albert Merle - A Ballad, 328-329.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Scenes from the Life of Diderot, 329-334.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Natural Justice of War, 334-336.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Verse Limnings. No. 2. The Vain and Proud, 336-337.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Last Words of the Learned, 337-348.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Letters from Jerusalem, 348-355.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. Ellis Lewis, 355-364.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Financial and Commercial Review, 364-369.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Gossip of the Month, 369-378.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Chambers' Cyclopedia of English Literature. Edited by Robert Chalmers, 378.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • History of the Discovery and Settlement of the Valley of the Mississippi by the three great European Powers, Spain, France and Great Britain, and the subsequent occupation, settlement and extension of civil government. By John W. Monette, 378-379.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Modern Chivalry; or the Adventures of Capt. Farrago, and Teague O'Regan. By H. H. Brackenridge, 379.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • New French Reader. By A. G. Callot, 379.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Quadrupeds of North America. By John James Audubon, F. R. S., and Rev. John Bachman, D. D., 379.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • History of the Roman Republic. By J. Michelet. Translated by Wm. Hazlitt, 379.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Travels in Peru. By Dr. J. J. Van Tschudi, 379-380.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Fireside Friend, or Female Student. Being advice to Young Ladies on the important subject of Education. By Mrs. Phelps, 380.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Institutes of Medicine. By Martin Payne, A. M., M. D., 380.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Amenities of Literature. Consisting of Sketches and Characters of English Literature. By J. D'Israeli, 380.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Rambles About the Country. By Mrs. E. F. Ellet, 380-381.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • An Exposition of the Apocalypse. By David N. Lord, 381.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Pre-Adamite Earth: Contributions to Theological Science. By John Harris, D. D., 381.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • Life of Napoleon. By William Hazlitt, 381-382.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information

  • The Twenty-Ninth Congress, 382-384B.
    Display Options: View page images  |  View text  |  View bibliographic information


  • Return to The United States Democratic review.
    Return to List of Periodical Titles
    Return to The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals