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  • The New Crusade, 331-346.
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  • The Round Table of the Clever Fellows. (From the French), 346-353.
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  • Her Name, 353-354.
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  • The Public Lands, 354-366.
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  • Destiny. A Portuguese Tradition., 366-371.
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  • American Leaders. No. I - Thomas Jefferson, 371-385.
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  • To a Cricket, 385-387.
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  • Hypocrisy, 387-388.
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  • Prince Ha-Af-Rite. Extracts from a Letter to his Father in the Bonin Islands, 388-393.
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  • May-Song, 393-394.
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  • Sultan Abdel Medjid, 394-399.
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  • Epitaphs, 399-402.
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  • British Philanthropy, 402-405.
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  • "The Common Defense and General Welfare", 405-411.
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  • On a Chinaman in Broadway, 411-412.
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  • Lines. "The Path that Once was Gay", 412-413.
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  • Grace Lee. By Julia Kavanagh, 413.
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  • The Summer Land: a Southern Story. By a Child of the Sun., 413-414.
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  • The Ways of Life. Showing the right way and the wrong way; contrasting the high way and the low way; the true way and the false way. By Rev. G. S. Weaver, 414.
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  • Outlines of History; illustrated by numerous Geographical and Historical Notes and Maps. By Marcus Wilson, 414-415.
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  • Napoleon par Alexander Dumas. For the use of Colleges and Schools. By Louis Fasquelle, LL. D., 415.
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  • Satire and Satirists. By James Hannay, 415.
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  • Lectures delivered before the Young Men's Christian Association in Exeter Hall, London, from November, 1853, to February, 1854, 415-416.
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  • The Difficulties of Infidelity. by George Stanley Faber, M. D., 416.
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  • The Chemistry of Common Life. By J. F. Johnson, M. A., F. R. S., F. G. S., 416.
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  • Success in Life. The Artist. By Mrs. L. C. Tuthill, 416-417.
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  • The Christian Retrospect and Register: a Summary of the Scientific, Moral, and Religious Progress of the first half of the Nineteenth Century. By Robert Baird, 417.
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  • A Complete Concordance to the Holy Scriptures of the Old and New Testaments; or, a Dictionary and Alphabetical Index to the Bible. By Alexander Cruden, M. A., 417.
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  • Poets and Poetry of Europe. By Henry W. Longfellow, 417.
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  • The Slave of the Lamp. By William North, 417-418.
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  • A South-Side View of Slavery; or, Three Months at the South in 1854. By Nehemiah Adams, D. D., 418.
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  • History of Catholic Missions among the United States; from 1529 to 1854. By John Gilmary Shea, 418-418B.
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