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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 30, Issue 168, June 1852
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  • Eighteen Fifty-Two, and the "Coming Man", 481-493.
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  • General Scott. Triumph of the Resurrectionists, 493-497.
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  • The Neutrality Law: What Does It Mean, What Prohibit and What Permit?, 497-513.
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  • Vanity versus Philosophy. Margaret Fuller Ossoli, 513-530.
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  • Liquor Legislation. Another Chapter on the Maine Law, 530-542.
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  • Pipe Visions - Number One. The Phosphor Witness, 542-554.
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  • The Crisis in Europe. Number Two. Intervention of the United States, 554-570.
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  • Whigs and Tories. A Short Sketch of the Party Divisions in England, 570-574.
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  • A History and Description of Modern Wines. By Cyrus Redding, 574.
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