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Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 21, Issue 109, July 1847
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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 21, Issue 109, miscellaneous front pages, C-2.
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  • Repudiation, 3-15.
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  • Jacqueline Pascal, 15-23.
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  • Laws of Nations, 23-32.
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  • Stanzas, 32-33.
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  • History of the English Revolution of 1640, 33-45.
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  • Mirabeau, 45-48.
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  • The Frost-King's Raid, 48-49.
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  • Morell's History of Modern Philosophy, 49-56.
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  • Lines, On Observing the Cross which Surmounts the Spire of Grace Church, Faintly Appearing through a Dispersing Fog, 56-57.
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  • The Red Rose; A Tale of War in La Vendee. (From the French of A. Dumas), 57-65.
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  • The Principle of Life, 65-73.
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  • Odds and Ends from a Portfolio. Some Domestic Peculiarities of Authors, 73-77.
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  • Sonnet. To Mary, 77-78.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. Henry C. Murphy, 78-81.
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  • Gossip of the Month, 81-82.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 82-89.
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  • Association Discussed. By H. Greeley and H. J. Raymond, 89-90.
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  • The Life of Edmund Kean., 90.
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  • A History of Rome: From the Earliest Times to the Death of Commodus, A. D. 192 By Leonhard Schmitz, F. R. S. E., 90.
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  • Homes and Haunts of the most Eminent British Poets. By William Howitt, 90-91.
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  • Washington and his Generals. By J. T. Headley, 91.
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  • Notes on the Early Settlement of the Northwestern Territory. By Jacob Burnet, 91.
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  • The American Loyalist; or Biographical Sketches of adherents to the British Crown in the War of the Revolution. By Lorenzo Sabine, 91-92.
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  • Domestic Slavery, considered as a Scriptural institution; in a correspondence between the Rev. Richard Fuller and Rev. Francis Wayland, 92.
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  • Allen Lucas, the Self-Made Man. By Emily Chubbuck, 92.
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  • The Life of Punchinello. From the French of Octave Teuillet, 92.
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  • Genius, Good Fellows, etc. By Charles Nodier, 92.
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  • Bean Flower and Pea Blossom. By Charles Nodier, 92.
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  • Good Lady Bertha Honey Broth. By Alexander Dumas, 92.
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  • The Natural History of the "Gent" By Albert Smith, 92.
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  • A Summer in the Wilderness; Embracing a Canoe Voyage up the Mississippi and around Lake Superior. By Charles Lanman, 92-92B.
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