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  • Federal Finances, 193-209.
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  • The Lays of Ancient Rome, 209-218.
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  • A History of the Divining Rod; with the Adventures of an Old Rodsman, 218-226.
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  • A Sermon to the Clergy, 226-235.
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  • The Jesuit; or the Amours of Capt. Effingham and the Lady Zarifa, 235-243.
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  • Judicial Encroachment, 243-252.
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  • Sir Thomas More, As a Statesman and a Scholar, 252-260.
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  • Memoir of Lewis P. Clover, A Prisoner of War, 260-266.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. David T. Disney, of Ohio, 266-273.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 273-279.
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  • Political Miscellany, 279-282.
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  • Scott's Works - The American Illuminated Abbotsford edition of the Waverley Novels; Embellished with tinted engravings, by H.W. Hewitt, 282.
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  • Consumption; its Prevention and Cure by the Water Treatment. By Joel Shew, 282.
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  • The Works of J. Fennimore Cooper - The Red Rover; A Tale: By the author of "the Spy", 282.
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  • Schmitz & Zrumft's Classical Series - Cicero, 282-283.
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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., 283.
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  • Elfreide of Guildall; A Scandinavian Legend, and other Poems. By Marks, of Barhambille, 283.
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  • Memoirs of the Life and Writings of Thomas Chalmers, D. D., LL. D. By his son-in-law, Rev. William Hanna, LL. D., 283.
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  • Dictionary of Mechanics, Engine Work, and Engineering, 283.
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  • The Modern Housewife, or Menagere; Comprising nearly 1,000 receipts for the economic and judicious preparation of every meal of the day, with those of the Nursery and Sick-room. By Alexis Soyer. Edited by an American Housekeeper, 283-284.
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  • The Water Cure - Bulwer and Forbes on Water Treatment. Edited, with additional matter, by Roland S. Houghton, A. M., M. D., 284.
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  • Experience in Water Cure; A familiar exposition of the Principles and Results of Water Treatment, in the cure of acute and chronic diseases, illustrated by numerous cases in the practice of the author. By Mary S. Gore Nichols, Water Cure Physician, 284-286.
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  • Poems. By Alonzo Lewis., 286.
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  • Annual Report of the Commissioner of Patents for the Year 1848, 286-287.
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  • De Bow's Commercial Review of the South and West; a monthly journal of trade, commerce, commercial polity, agriculture, manufacture, internal improvements, and general literature., 287.
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  • Lays of the Fatherland. By John Savage, 287-288.
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  • Iconographic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature and Art; systematically arranged by G. Heck. The text translated and edited by Spencer F. Baird, A. M., M. D., 288.
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  • Constance Lindsay. A Tale, 288.
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  • Abbott's Histories. History of William the Conqueror. By Jacob Abbott, 288.
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  • Hands not Hearts. A Novel. By Janet W. Wilkinson, 288.
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  • Elements of Natural Philosophy, designed as a text-book for Academies, High Schools, and Colleges. By Alonso Gray, A. M., 288.
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  • The Life and Correspondence of Robert Southey. Edited by his son, Rev. Charles Cuthbert Southey, S. B. A., 288.
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  • Lacon; or Many Things in a Few Words; addressed to those who think. By Rev. C. C. Colton, A. M., 288-288B.
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