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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 36, Issue 4, miscellaneous front pages, 265.
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  • The Federal Union - Shall it be Preserved?, 266-281.
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  • Revolution and Reaction, 281-291.
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  • The Poets and the World. A Rodomontade, 291-293.
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  • Zodiacal Symbolism - Part III. The Primitive Era, 293-303.
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  • Spirit-Land, 303-305.
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  • Minor Usurpations of the Federal Government, 305-309.
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  • The Winter of the Heart, 309-310.
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  • Parables and Their Dangers, 310-316.
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  • The Cross, 316-317.
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  • The Nebraska-Kansas Bill, 317-321.
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  • To My Segar, 321-322.
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  • Human Nature in Chunks. Chunk No. 13 - Biographies; or, "Our Jemmie", 322-325.
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  • Human Nature in Chunks. Chunk No. 14 - Our Bachelor, 325-329.
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  • A New Military Literature, 329-331.
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  • Young Twist and Young America. An Application, 331-332.
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  • Have You Heard Mr. Chapin?, 332-341.
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  • Early Love, 341-342.
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  • The Democratic Party and its Opponents, 342-346.
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  • Extract. From an Unpublished Poem, "Strife of the Poets", 346-348.
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  • A Voice to America; or, the Model Republic, its Glory, or its Fall., 348.
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  • Poems. By Franklin W. Fish, 348.
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  • A Visit to the Camp before Sebastopol. By Richard C. McCormick, Jr., 348-349.
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  • Cone Cut Corners; the Experience of a Conservative Family in Fanatical Times. By Benauly, 349.
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  • Entertainment. Rachel at the Metropolitan, 349-350.
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  • The Academy of Music, 350-350D.
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