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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 34, Issue 5, November 1854
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  • The European War, 373-386.
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  • The Campaign Prospectus. Platform and Proclamation of a Celebrated New-York Whig Daily, 386-388.
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  • The Triglobularic Mystery. An Essay on the Greatest Benefactors of the Human Race, 388-397.
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  • The Loss of the Arctic, 397-401.
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  • Drift-Wood, 401-404.
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  • My Love, 404-405.
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  • Suicide, 405-417.
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  • The Man of Toil, 417-418.
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  • To Vinophobists, 418-419.
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  • The Girondists, 419-433.
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  • The "Atlantic's" Bell, 433-434.
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  • Human Nature in Chunks. Chunk No. 1 - Woman's Rights. Crede Ratem Ventis!, 434-440.
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  • Human Nature in Chunks. Chunk No. 2 - Politics! Credulus Populus, 440-446.
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  • The Eyes and the Spectacles, 446-447.
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  • Science of Philology, 447-452.
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  • Scraps of Life. Contre-Coup No. 1, 452-454.
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  • The Science of Politics, 454-459.
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  • You Have Heard of Them. By Q., 459-460.
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  • The Great Red Dragon or the Master Key to Popery, by Anthony Gavin, 460.
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  • Ida Norman; or Trials and their uses. By Mrs. Lincon Phelps, 460.
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  • Influence of the Mechanic Arts on the Human Race. Two Lectures. By Charles Gayarre, 460.
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  • A journey to Central Africa; or Life and Landscapes from Egypt to the Negro Kingdom of the White Nile. By Bayard Taylor., 460.
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  • Sketches of the Lives and Judicial Services of the Chief Justices of the Supreme Court of the United States. By Geo. Van Santvoort, 460-461.
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  • Party Leader; Sketches of Thomas Jefferson, Alexander Hamilton, Andrew Jackson, Henry Clay, John Randolph of Roanoke, including notices of many other distinguished American Statesmen. By Jo. G. Baldwin, 461.
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  • Fashion and Famine, by Mrs. Ann S. Stephens, 461.
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  • Fifty years in both Hemispheres, or reminiscences of the life of a former merchant. By Vincent Nolte. Translated from the German, 461.
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  • Totemwell: by George Payson, author of "Romance of California", 461-462.
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  • Lossing's Pictorial History of the United States. For Schools and Families, 462.
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  • The Ladies Complete Guide to Crochet, Fancy Knitting and Needlework. By Mrs. Ann H. Stephens, 462-463.
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  • Amusements, 463-464.
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