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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 28, Issue 155, miscellaneous front pages, 385-393.
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  • Fallacies of Legislation. Illustrated by the Naval Appropriation Act of March 3, 1851, 394-401.
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  • Lord Holland's Foreign Reminiscences, 401-409.
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  • The English in Ceylon, 409-413.
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  • Geographical Morality, 413-416.
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  • Paris, 416-417.
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  • The Podesta's Daughter, 417-429.
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  • Race of the American Indians, 429-435.
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  • The Tear. From the French, 435-436.
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  • The Mint, 436-444.
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  • The Legend of the Lake of Bolsena, 444-448.
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  • Sonnet, 448-449.
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  • Popular Portraits with Pen and Pencil. Charles Stewart, U. S. Navy, 449-457.
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  • The Challenge, 457-459.
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  • Democratic State Senators, 459-465.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 465-470.
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  • Northern Democracy and the Union. The Late Silas Wright, 470-476.
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  • The United States: Its Power and Progress. By Guillaume Tell Poussin Translated from the French by Edmund L. Du Barry, M. D., 476.
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  • The Irish Confederates, and the Rebellion of 1798. By Henry M. Field, 476.
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  • Report of a General Plan for the Promotion of Public and Personal Health: Devised, prepared, and recommended by the Commissioners appointed under a resolve of the Legislature of Massachusetts., 476-477.
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  • The Practical Cook-Book, containing upwards of 1,000 Receipts: Consisting of directions for selecting, preparing, and cooking all kinds of meats, fish, poultry and game, soups, etc. By Mrs. Bliss, 477.
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  • The Celestial Telegraph; or, Secrets of the Life to Come, revealed through Magnetism; wherein the existence, the form and the occupations, of the soul after its separation from the body, are proved to be many years' experiments. By L. Alph Cahagnet, 477.
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  • The Works of J. Fennimore Cooper. Wing and Wing: or, Le Feu Follet. A Tale by the author of "Deerslayer" Revised and corrected., 477.
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  • William Penn: An Historical Biography from New Sources, with an extra chapter on the "Macaulay Charges" By William Hepworth Dixon, 477-478.
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  • The Conquest of Florida, by Hernando De Soto. By Theodore Irving, M. A., 478.
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  • Shakspeare's Dramatic Works, 478.
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  • London Labor, and the London Poor. By Henry Mayhew, 478.
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  • The House of the Seven Gables: a Romance. By Nathaniel Hawthorne, 478.
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  • The Rangers: or, the Tory's Daughter. A Tale: Illustrative of the Revolutionary History of Vermont, and the Northern Campaign of 1777. By the author of the "Green Mountain Boys", 478.
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  • The Commissioner: or, De Lunatico Inquirendo. By G. P. R. James, Esq., 478-479.
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  • Louisiana: Its Colonial History and Romance. By Charles Gayarre, 479.
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  • Physico-Physiological Researches on the Dynamics of Magnetism, Electricity, Heat, Light, Crystallization, and Chemism, in their relations to Vital Force. By Baron Charles Von Reichenback. The complete work from the German. By John Ashburner, M. D., 479.
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  • Wilhelm Meister's Apprenticeship and Travels. From the German of Goethe, 479.
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  • The Autobiography and Memorials of Captain Obadiah Conger, for fifty years Mariner and Ship-master from the Port of New-York. By Rev. Henry T. Cheever, 479.
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  • Second-Love: or, The World's Opinion. By Martha Martel, 479-480.
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  • Nature and Blessedness of Christian Purity. by Rev. R. S. Foster, 480.
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  • The Education of a Daughter. by Archbishop Fenelon. Translated from the French, 480.
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  • Curran and his contemporaries. By Charles Phillips, F. R. S., 480.
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  • Hurry-Graphs: or, Sketches of Scenery, Celebrities and Society. Taken from life. By N. P. Willis, 480.
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  • A Greek Grammar: for the use of High-Schools and Universities. By Philip Butman. Revised and enlarged by his son, Alexander Butman. Translated from German by Edward Robinson, 480.
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  • American Archaeological Researches. No. I The Serpent Symbol, and the Worship of the Reciprocal Principles of Nature in America. By E. G. Squier, A. M., 480-480B.
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