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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 6, Issue 22, Oct 1839
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  • Bryant's Poems, 273-287.
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  • The Projected Ship Canal to Connect the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, 287-308.
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  • The Leal Land, 308-309.
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  • Statistics of the United States, 309-319.
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  • A Legend of the Whirpool, 319-322.
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  • Sketches over the Sea. Elsineur and Trolhatta, 322-327.
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  • Castle of Chillon, 327-328.
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  • Scenes and Stories in Many Lands. No. II. The Spanish Daughter, 328-337.
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  • Sonnet. On an Engraving of Mrs. Fanny Kemble Butler: After Sully, 337-338.
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  • Departed Heroes, 338-339.
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  • Political Portraits, with Pen and Pencil. No. XVI. Charles Jared Ingersoll, 339-355.
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  • The Dissolution of the Whig Party, 355-368.
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