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Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 28, Issue 152, February 1851
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  • Free Trade, 97-119.
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  • John Randolph, 119-127.
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  • The Valley of Pomperaug, 127-128.
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  • Vergniaud, 128-139.
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  • The South, 139-147.
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  • Stanzas. To the Light in an Opposite Window, 147-148.
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  • The Constitutional Power of Congress Over Public Improvements, 148-155.
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  • The Navy. Annual Report of the Secretary of the Navy, 155-161.
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  • "Secrets Worth Knowing," Found Out, 161-162.
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  • Edgar Allan Poe, 162-173.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. The Hon. Thomas B. Florence, 173-177.
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  • Epigram, 177-178.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 178-184.
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  • A Defence for Fugitive Slaves, Against the Acts of Congress, 1793 and 1850. by Lysander Spooner, 184.
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  • Reveries of a Bachelor: or, A Book of the Heart. By Ik. Marvel, 184.
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  • Celebrated Saloons: by Madame Gay - and Parisian Letters, by Madame Girardin. Translated from the French, by L. Villard, 184-185.
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  • The Girlhood of Shakspeare's Heroines. By Mary Cowden Clarke, 185.
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  • A Copious and Critical Latin-English Lexicon, founded on the larger Latin-German Lexicon of Dr. William Frieund; with additions and corrections from the Lexicons of Gesner, Facciolati, &c. By E. A. Andrews, LL. D., 185.
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  • True Protestantism: An Address Delivered at the Sunday Institute, Philadelphia. By T. Illman, 185.
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  • Lives of the Queens of Scotland and English Princesses, connected with the Regal Succession of Great Britain. By Agnes Strickland, 185.
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  • The Mothers' Recompense: A Sequel to "Home Influence". by Grace Aguillar, 185.
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  • Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. By B. J. Losing, 185-186.
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  • A New Classical Dictionary of Greek and Roman Biography, Mythology, and Geography. by William Smith, LL. D. Revised, with numerous Corrections and Additions. By Charles Anthon, LL. D., 186.
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  • DeQuincey's Writings; Miscellaneous Essays. By Thomas DeQuincey, 186.
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  • Faust: A Dramatic Poem. By Goethe Translated into English Prose, with Notes. By A. Raynard, Esq., 186.
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  • Shakspeare's Dramatic Works, with Introductory Remarks and Notes, Original and Selected., 186.
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  • Henry Smeaton: A Jacobite Story of the Reign of George the First. By G. P. R. James, Esq., 186-187.
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  • Fadette: A Domestic Story. From the French. By Matilda M. Hay, 187.
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  • British Periodical Literature. Republication of the London Quarterly, The Edinburgh, The North British Review, and the Westminster Reviews, and Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, 187.
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  • Bards of the Bible. By George Gilfillan, 187.
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  • Schmitz and Zumpt's Classical Series, 187-188.
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  • The Island World: or, The Pacific: Being the Personal Narrative and Results of Travel through the Sandwich Islands, and other parts of Polynesia. By Rev. Henry T. Cheever, 188.
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  • The Restoration of the Jews, with the Political Destiny of the Nations of the Earth, as foretold in the Prophecies of Scripture, with a Biographical Sketch of the Author. By Seth Lewis, 188.
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  • The Plough, the Loom, and the Anvil. By J. S. Skinner, 188.
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  • State Debt. The able speech of Mr. Stanton, 188-189.
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  • Ourselves, 189-192B.
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