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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 26, Issue 143, May 1850
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  • The Conspiracy of Fanaticism, 385-401.
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  • John C. Calhoun, 401-415.
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  • John Keats, 415-422.
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  • The Revulsion, 422-433.
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  • A Surprise, 433-439.
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  • The Jesuit; or the Amours of Capt. Effingham and the Lady Zarifa, 439-450.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. John McKeon, 450-460.
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  • James A. Seddon, or Virginia, 460-463.
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  • The Dream, 463-467.
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  • Financial and Commercial review, 467-470.
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  • Political Miscellany, 470-476.
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  • The Works of Washington Irving - Mahomet and his Successors. By Washington Irving, 476.
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  • Gleanings from the Poets, for Home and School. Selected by the author of "Theory of Teaching", 476.
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  • Atheism Among the People. By Alphonse de Lamartine, 476.
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  • The Church of the World. A Lecture delivered for the Benefit of St. John's Orphan Asylum, Philadelphia. By the Right Rev. John Hughes, D D., 476-477.
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  • King Rene's Daughter: A Danish Lyrical Drama. By Henrick Kertz. Translated by Theodore Martin, 477.
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  • The Gallery of Illustrious Americans; containing the Portraits and Biographical Sketches of Twenty-four of the most Eminent Citizens of the Republic, since the Death of Washington. Edited by Charles Edward Lester, 477.
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  • Latter-Day Pamphlets. Edited by Thos. Carlyle, 477.
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  • Lays of the Fatherland. By John Savage, 477-478.
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  • Southey's Common-Place Book. Edited by his Son-in-Law, John Woodwarter, B. D., 478.
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  • The Pennsylvania Journal of Prison Discipline and Philanthropy., 478.
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  • Memoirs of a Hungarian Lady. By Theresa Pulszky. With a Historical Introduction. By Francis Pulszky, 478.
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  • Narrative of the United States' Expedition to the River Jordan and the Dead Sea. By W. F. Lynch, U. S. N., 478.
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  • The Life and Religion of Mohammed; as contained in the Sheeah Traditions of the Hyat-ul-Kuloob. Translated from the Persian. By Rev. James L. Merrick, 478-479.
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  • The Koran; commonly called the Alcoran of Mohammed. Translated into English immediately from the original Arabic. With explanatory notes, taken from the most approved commentators. By George Sale, Gent., 479.
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  • Lectures on Art, and Poems. By Washington Allston. Edited by Richard Henry Dana, Jr., 479.
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  • The Works of J. Fennimore Cooper - the Ways of the Slow; a Tale. By the author of "the Spy", 479-480.
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  • Los Gringos; or, An Inside View of Mexico and California, with Wanderings in Peru, Chili, and Polynesia. By Lieut. Wise, U. S. N., 480.
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  • People I Have Met; or, Pictures of Society and People of Mark. Drawn under a thin veil of fiction. By N. Parker Willis, 480.
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  • Night and Morning: A Novel. By Sir E. Bulwer Lytton, 480-480B.
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