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Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 22, Issue 118, Apr 1848
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  • The French Revolution, 289-301.
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  • The Present Reforms of Pope Pius IX. And Their Effect Upon the Roman Church, and the Governments of Italy., 301-308.
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  • Freedom of Opinion, 308-317.
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  • The Children of France. From the French of Beranger, 317-318.
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  • Lines. Written in an Album, 318-319.
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  • The Middle Kingdom, 319-334.
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  • Woodchucks, 334-340.
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  • The Adventures of Christopher Columbus; A Sequel to Boabdil's Departure from Granada., 340-344.
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  • A Duel in 1788, and in 1794, 344-354.
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  • Follies of the Faculty, 354-363.
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  • Popular Portraits with Pen and Pencil. Hon. Joshua A. Lowell, 363-375.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 375-379.
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  • Gossip of the Month, 379-381.
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  • The Mysteries and Miseries of New York. By Ned Buntline, 381-382.
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  • The Family and School Monitor, 382.
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  • Eva; or the Isles of Life and Death. A Historical Romance. By Edward Maturin, Esq., 382.
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  • A Summer in Scotland. By Jacob Abbott, 382.
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  • The Bachelor of the Albany. By the author of the Falcon Family, 382.
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  • American Mnemotechny; or the Art of Memory, Theoretical and Practical; on the basis of the most recent Discoveries and Improvements in Europe and America &c. &c., 382-383.
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  • The Origin, Progress, and Conclusion of the Florida War; To which is appended a Record of Officers, Non-Commissioned Officers, Musicians, and Privates, of the United States' Army, Navy, and Marine Corps. By John T. Sprague, 383.
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  • A System of English Versification; Containing Rues for the structure of the different kinds of verse. Illustrated with numerous Examples from the best Poets. By Erastus Everett, A. M., 383.
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  • Ollendorff's New Method of Learning to Read, Write, and Speak the Spanish Language. By M. Velasquez and P. Simonne, 383.
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  • A Reply to Doctor Milnor's "End of Religious Controversy" so far as the Churches of the English Communion are concerned. By Samuel Farmar Jarvis, D. D., LL. D., 383.
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  • The Thousand and One Nights. Illustrated with 600 beautiful designs on wood., 383.
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  • Manesca's Oral System of Teaching Living Languages. Illustrated by a Practical Course of Lessons in the Spanish Language, through the medium of the English. By Don Carlos Rabadon, 383-384.
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  • Chess for Winter Evenings, Containing the Rudiments of the Game, and Elementary Analyses of the most Popular Openings, exemplified in Games actually Played by the Greatest Masters. by H. R. Agnell, 384.
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  • Posthumous Works of the Rev. Thomas Chalmers, D. D., LL. D. Edited by William Hanna, LL. D., 384.
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  • North British Review., 384.
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  • London Quarterly and Edinburgh Review, 384-384B.
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