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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 31, Issue 172, Oct 1852
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  • Frank Pierce and Major-General Scott, 289-301.
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  • Circassia and the Caucasus, 301-305.
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  • Campaign of Charles Albert and of the Republicans. Second Campaign of Charles Albert, 305-326.
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  • The Spaniards at Havana and the Whigs at Washington, 326-337.
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  • Our Foreign Relations. Central America - The Crampton and Webster Projet, 337-352.
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  • Personal Narrative of Louis Schlesinger, of Adventures in Cuba and Ceuta, 352-369.
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  • Napoleon the Little., 369-386.
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  • Republican Sketches - Continuation. Ciceroacchio: or, the Roman Patriot, 386-397.
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  • Press-Religion - Mr. Brownson's Catholicity, and his Republicanism, 397-408.
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  • The Great Dead, 408-408B.
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