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Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 25, Issue 138, Dec 1849
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  • The New-York Election, 485-497.
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  • Girardin, the Journalist, 497-506.
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  • The King of the Rivers, 506-515.
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  • Translations from Horace - Ode XIX. To Glycera, 515-516.
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  • The True History of Alcibiades Scribo, Contributor, Concoctor, et cetera., 516-528.
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  • Songs for the People, 528-529.
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  • The Mosquito King and the British Queen, 529-538.
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  • Flogging in the Navy. Part IV. - Substitutes Detailed, 538-545.
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  • Principles of Zoology. Read to the Montgomery (Orange County) Literary and Scientific Society., 545-553.
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  • Earning a Living. A Comedy in Five Acts, 553-560.
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  • To the Austrian General Haynau, on the Murder of the Hungarian Count Bathyany, 560-561.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 561-566.
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  • Political Miscellany, 566-571.
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  • The Western World; or Travels in the United States in 1846 - 47; exhibiting them in their latest development, social, political and industrial; including a chapter on California. By Alexander Mackey, Esq., 571.
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  • Greenwood; A Directory for Visitors. By N. Cleveland, 571-572.
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  • The Miscellaneous Works of Oliver Goldsmith; including a variety of pieces now first collected. by James Prior, 572.
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  • The Neighbours. A Story of Every Day Life. by Frederica Bremer Translated from the Swedish, by Mary Howitt, 572.
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  • Lectures on Modern History, from the Irruption of the Northern Nations to the Close of American Independence. By William Smyth, 572-573.
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  • The Monuments of Egypt; or, Egypt a Witness for the Bible. By Francis L. Hawks, D. D., LL. D., 573.
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  • Orations and Occasional Discourses. By George W. Bethune, D. D., 573-574.
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  • Iconographic Encyclopaedia of Science, Literature and Art;' systematically arrange by G. Heck. The text translated and edited by Spencer F. Baird, A. M., M. D., 574.
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  • Family Pictures from the Bible. By Mrs. Ellet, 574.
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  • The History of England, from the Invasion of Julius Caesar to the Abdication of James II, 1688. By David Hume, Esq., 574.
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  • Latin Classical Texts., 574-575.
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  • The Canadian Guide Book; with a Map of the Province, 575.
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  • Glimpses of Spain; or Notes of an Unfinished Tour in 1847. By S. F. Wallis, 575.
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  • The Inedited Works of Lord Byron. Now first published from his Letters, Journals and other Manuscripts, in the possession of his son, Major George Gordon Byron, 575.
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  • Redburn: his first Voyage. Being the Sailor-boy's Confessions and Reminiscences of a son of a Gentleman in the Merchant Service. By Herman Melville, 575.
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  • Hearts and Homes; or, Social Distinction. A Story. By Mrs. Ellis, 575.
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  • Shakspeare's Dramatic Works; with Introductory Remarks and Notes, 575-576.
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  • The Old World; or, Scenes and Cities in Foreign Lands. By William Furniss, 576.
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  • Exercises in Greek Prose Composition. Adapted to the first book of Xenophon's Anabasis. By James R. Boise, 576.
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  • Shirley; a Tale. By Curren Bell, 576.
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  • Abbott's Histories - History of King Alfred of England. By Jacob Abbott, 576.
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  • The Nile: Pharaonic, Ptolemaic, Roman, Byzantine, Saracenic, Mamlook, Ottoman. Its Ancient Monuments, its Modern Scenery, and the varied Characteristics of its People, on the River, Alluvium and Deserts. By G. R. Gliddon, 576.
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  • La Ciencia de Teneduria de Libros, 576.
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