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Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 30, Issue 167, May 1852
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  • Daniel - '76, '98, '44, '48, and a Fast Man!, 385-396.
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  • Fogy Literature. A Short Chapter, 396-401.
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  • The Crisis in Europe. Intervention of the United States, 401-425.
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  • The United States Ocean Mail Steamship System, 425-430.
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  • Natural History of Man, 430-444.
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  • Men and Women of the Eighteenth Century - Dufresny, 444-449.
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  • The Maine Liquor Law, 449-456.
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  • General Cass on European Monarchy, 456-469.
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  • Musings, 469-472.
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  • Baltimore Convention - The Future, 472-475.
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  • Song Leaves from the Book of Life and Nature. By an American, 475.
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  • The Greek Girl: A Tale, in Two Cantos. by James Wright Simmons, 475-476.
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  • Putnam's Semi-Monthly Library, 476.
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  • Hood's Own Selected Papers, with woodcuts, 476.
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  • The World Here and There, or Notes of Travellers. Edited by Charles Dickens, 476.
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  • Walks and Talks of an American Farmer in England By F. L. Olmstead, 476.
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  • The Year-Book of Facts in Science and Art: exhibiting the most important discoveries and improvements of the past year in Mechanics and the useful arts. By John Timbs, 476.
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  • Adventures of Col. Vanderbomb (of Slough Creek) in Pursuits of the Presidency. Also, the Exploits of his Secretary. by J. B. Jones, 476.
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  • Bleak House. Nos. 1 and 2. By Charles Dickens, 476.
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  • Remorse, and other Tales. By G. P. R. James, Esq., 476.
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  • The Yellowplush Papers. By Wm. H. Thackerary, 476.
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  • Life and Works of Robert Burns. Edited by Robert Chambers, 476-477.
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  • Recollections of a Literary Life; or, Books, Places, and People. By Mary Russell Mitford, 477.
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  • Life in the Sandwich Islands; or, The Heart of the Pacific, as it was and is. By Rev. Henry T. Cheever, 477.
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  • Life and Services of General Winfield Scott; including the Siege of Vera Cruz, the Battle of Cerra Gordo, and the battles in the valley of Mexico. By Edward D. Mansfield, 477-478.
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  • Hand-book of the Useful Arts. By T. Antisell, M. D., 478.
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  • Memoirs of Benevenuto Cellini, a Florence Artist, written by herself. Containing a variety of information respecting the arts and history of the sixteenth century. With the notes and observations of G. P. Carpani. Translated by Thomas Roscoe, Esq., 478.
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  • Characters in the Gospels. By Rev. E. H. Chapin, 478.
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  • Home and Social Philosophy. Edited by Chas. Dickens. Whimsicalities. By Thomas Hood, 478.
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  • Analysis of the English Language; with a complete classification of sentences and phrases according to their grammatical structure. By S. W. Clark, A. M., 478.
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  • Kenneth; a Romance. By G. W. N. Reynolds, 478-479.
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  • "As Good as a Comedy;" or, The Tennesseean's Story. By an Editor, 479.
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  • Wayland. By Mrs. Caroline Lee Hentz, 479.
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  • The Use of Sunshine. By S. M., authoress of "The Maiden Aunt," "Story of a Family", 479.
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  • A Public Lecture, delivered by Professor J. R. Buchanan, 479.
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  • Pius VII. and Napoleon. A lecture delivered before the Catholic Institute of New York, Feb. 5, 1852. By Rev. Aug. J. Thebaud, 479.
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  • Narratives of Sorcery and Magic, from the most authentic sources. By Thomas Wright, M. A., F. S. A., 479.
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  • The Standard Speaker: Containing Exercises in Prose and Poetry, for Declamation in Schools, Academies, Lyceums, Colleges, &c. By Epes Sargent, 479-480.
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  • The United States Economist, 480-480B.
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