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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 38, Issue 4, Nov 1856
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  • The Eve of Battle, 259-274.
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  • Uberti. A Tale of Florence, 274-280.
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  • Three Crows; or, the Man Who Had Like to Have Been Married in Spite of Himself, 280-291.
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  • Philosophy of Life. Training (The Falcon) No. 21, 291.
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  • Philosophy of Life. Root (Cleanliness of the Soul) No. 22, 291-292.
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  • Philosophy of Life. Endurance (Columbus) No. 23, 292.
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  • The Homes of America the Hope of the Republic, 292-298.
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  • Central America, 298-304.
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  • Reminiscences of the American Revolution and Times Immediately Succeeding., 304-324.
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  • The Crisis, 324-333.
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  • Chronicle of the Month, 333-341.
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  • It is never too late to Mend. By Charles Reade, 341-342.
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  • Confidential Correspondence of the Emperor Napoleon and the Empress Josephine, including letters from the time of their marriage until the death of Josephine. With numerous illustrative notes and anecdotes by John S. Abbott, 342.
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  • The Humorous Poetry of the English Language, from Chaucer to Saxe, with Notes Explanatory and Biographical. By J. Parton, 342-343.
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  • The Works of Q. Horatius Flaccus. The original text being reduced to the natural order and construction. By P. A. Nuttall. A New Edition, carefully revised and collated. By Thomas Clark, 343-344.
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  • The Court of Napoleon. By F. C. Goodrich, 344.
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  • Cornell's High School Geography, forming Part Third of a Systematic Series of School Geographies, comprising a Description of the World. By S. S. Cornell, 344.
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  • Oriental Acquaintance; or Letters from Syria. By J. W. De Forest, 344.
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