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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 29, Issue 159, miscellaneous front pages, 193-194.
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  • Census, 195-205.
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  • Rivalry of Murat and Davoust, 205-209.
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  • Our Literature - To-Day and To-Morrow, 209-216.
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  • Bloomer-Rights, 216-217.
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  • Farming, 217-224.
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  • Simile, 224-225.
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  • Reedyrill, 225-246.
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  • Varieties of the Human Race, 246-257.
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  • Our Land Shall Never Wear a Crown, 257-258.
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  • Some Irish Poets, 258-267.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. Pierre Soule, of Louisiana, 267-274.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 274-279.
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  • Miscellaneous, 279-282.
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  • Sketches of European Capitals. By William Ware, 282-284.
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  • Episodes on Insect Life. By Acheta Domestica, M. E. S., 284.
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  • Lectures on the Lord's Prayer. By Wm. R. Williams, 284.
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  • Popular Cyclopedia of Biblical Literature. By John Kitto, D. D., 284-285.
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  • The Great Harmonia; being a Philosopher's Revelation of the Natural, Spiritual, and Celestial Universe. By Andrew Jackson Davis, 285.
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  • The Stone Mason of Saint-Point. A Village Tale. By A. De Lamartine, 285.
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  • The Elements of Algebra, Designed for Beginners. By Ellis Loomis, M. A., 285-286.
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  • Travels and Adventures in Mexico: In the course of Journeys of upwards of 2,500 miles, performed on foot. By W. W. Carpentier, 286.
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  • Memoir of the Rev. Edward Bickersteth, late Rector of Walton, Herts. By F. R. Birks, M. A., 286.
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  • London Labor and the London Poor; a Cyclopedia of the condition and earnings of "those that will work" "those that cannot work" and "those that will not work." By Henry Mayhew., 286.
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  • The Fate: A tale of stirring times. By G. P. R. James, Esq., 286.
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  • Pictorial Field-Book of the Revolution. By B. J. Lossing, 286-287.
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  • The Epoch of Creation. The Scripture doctrines contrasted with the Geological Theory. By Eleazer Lord, 287.
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  • Iconographic Encyclopedia of Science, Literature and Art; systematically arranged. By G. Heck, 287.
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  • A Dictionary of Machines, Mechanics, Engine-Work and Engineering; designed for practical working-men and those intended for the Engineering profession., 287.
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  • Life and Manners; from the Autobiography of an English Opium-Eater. By Thomas DeQuincy, 287.
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  • True Patriotism. An address spoken at Geneva, July 4th, 1851. By Park Benjamin, 287.
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  • Io: A Tale of the Olden Fane. By K. Bartow, 287-288.
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  • Home is Home: A Domestic Tale, 288.
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  • The Helleniad: An Epic Poem. Founded on the events connected with the successive invasions of Ancient Greece, by the Persians. By George McHenry, 288.
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  • A Manual of Roman Antiquities: illustrated with numerous engravings. By Charles Anthon, LL. D., 288.
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  • Harper's Magazine, for August, 288-288B.
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