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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 29, Issue 161, November 1851
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  • Repeal of the British Corn Laws, 385-400.
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  • Parisian Saloons, 400-406.
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  • The Queen's Cup, Won at the Late Ryde Regatta by the Yacht America, 406-407.
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  • Some Irish Poets, 407-417.
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  • Reedyrill, 417-435.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. Major General John E. Wool, United States Army, 435-463.
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  • The Last of the Sacred Army, 463-467.
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  • Financial and Commercial Review, 467-476.
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  • Scientific, 476-477.
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  • Miscellaneous, 477-479.
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  • Naval Life; Or, Observations Afloat and on Shore. The Midshipmen. By W. F. Lynch, 479.
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  • Exerpta Ex. P Ovidii Nasonis Carminibus, 479.
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  • Gulliver Joi; his Three Voyages in Kailoo, Hydrogenia, and Ejario., 479.
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  • Millitoft; of the Days of James Ist. A Tale., 479.
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  • The Young Emigrant's Stories for Summer Days and Winter Nights, 479-480.
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  • Watching Spirits. By Mrs. Ellet, 480.
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  • The Fall of Poland; Containing an analytical and a philosophical account of the causes which conspired in the ruin of that nation. By L. C. Saxton, 480.
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  • Margaret: A tale of the real and ideal, blight and bloom, including sketches of a place not before described, called Mons Christi., 480.
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  • Vance's California Views, 480.
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  • The Mind and the Heart. by Franklin W. Fish, 480.
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  • Uncle frank's Home Stories, with illustrations, 480.
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  • A Book of Romances, Lyrics and Songs. By Bayard Taylor, 480.
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  • Sir Roger De Coverly. By "The Spectator", 480-480B.
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