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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 38, Issue 2, Sept 1856
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  • The Party of the People, 87-99.
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  • The Philosophy of Life. Truth (Sword and Mail) No. 14, 99.
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  • The Philosophy of Life. Love (The Seed) No. 15, 99-100.
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  • The Philosophy of Life. Faith (The All in All) No. 16, 100.
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  • The Philosophy of Life. Charity (The Oasis) No. 17, 100-101.
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  • Le Cheval Noir, 101-108.
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  • Beatrice, 108-109.
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  • Progress vs. Isms, 109-119.
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  • Literary Criticism - The Expression, "Is, or Am Being", 119-128.
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  • A Fragment, 128-130.
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  • The Carbonari, 130-137.
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  • The Claims of the Opposition, 137-145.
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  • A Lost Treasure, 145-146.
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  • The Democratic Candidate for the Vice-Presidency, 146-156.
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  • Obermann, 156-162.
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  • Chronicle of the Month, 162-170.
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  • John Halifax, Gentleman. By the author of "Olive", 170-171.
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  • The States and Territories of the Great West; including Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Michigan, Wisconsin, Iowa, Minnesota, Kansas, and Nebraska. With a Table of Distances, a Map, and numerous Illustrations. By Jacob Ferris, 171-172.
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  • Trow's New-York City Directory. Compiled by H. Wilson. For the year ending May 1, 1857, 172.
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  • The Piazza Tales. By Herman Melville, 172-172B.
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