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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 21, Issue 112, October 1847
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  • New Territory versus No Territory, 285-294.
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  • New Poetry in New England, 294-301.
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  • The English Revolution of 1688, 301-305.
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  • The Abuses of Law Courts, 305-312.
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  • To L. L. W., 312.
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  • To the Same, 312-313.
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  • The Dream. Translated from the German of Heinrich Heine, 313-314.
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  • British Arrogance, 314-332.
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  • The Voyage of Life. Translated from the German of Heine, 332-333.
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  • The French Drama. The "Burgraves" of Victor Hugo, 333-338.
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  • Railroads, 338-344.
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  • The Months, 344-347.
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  • The History of the Church in Narragansett, 347-353.
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  • The Border Settlement; or, the Tory's Daughter, 353-360.
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  • Nathan Clifford, 360-365.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 365-370.
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  • Gossip of the Month, 370-380.
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  • The Lives of the Queens of England, from the Norman Conquest. By Agnes Strickland, 380.
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  • Endless Amusement: a collection of nearly 400 entertaining experiments in various branches of science., 380.
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  • The Natural History of the Ballet-Girl. By Albert Smith, 380.
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  • Half Hours with the Best Authors. By Charles Knight, 380.
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  • The Journeyman Joiner, or the Companion of the Tour of France. By George Sand, 380.
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  • Chamber's Miscellany of Useful and Entertaining Knowledge. Edited by Robert Chambers, 380-380B.
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