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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 35, Issue 4, April 1855
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  • Russia and the Anglo-French Alliance, 237-248.
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  • Saddened Hearts, 248-250.
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  • "Liberal Education", 250-257.
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  • An Allegory, 257-259.
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  • The London Times, 259-263.
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  • The Medical Controversy. The Old and the New School, 263-271.
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  • Burning of Moscow, 271-276.
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  • Human Nature in Chunks. Chunk No. 11 - Jonathan - a Character, 276-281.
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  • The Magyar, 281-284.
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  • "Our Transatlantic Cousins", 284-289.
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  • Rondeau Extempore. To the Accompaniment of a Chime of Bells, 289-290.
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  • The Bells, 290-291.
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  • Mr. Joseph Hume, 291-305.
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  • To --------, 305-306.
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  • Our Language Destined to be Universal, 306-314.
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  • To a Spider, 314-315.
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  • Diapers and Dimples. Barnum's Last, 315-319.
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  • Czar Nicholas Dead. The Truculence of England, 319-321.
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  • Drift-Wood, 321-328.
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  • Russia As It Is. By Count A. De Gurowski, 328.
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  • A Year of the War. By Adam De Gurowski, 328-329.
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  • My Courtship and its Consequences. By Henry Wikoff, 329-330.
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  • A Complete Treatise on Artificial Fish-Breeding. Translated and edited by W. H. Fry., 330.
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  • A Long Look Ahead; or, the First Stroke and the Last. By A. S. Roe, 330-330B.
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