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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 7, Issue 26, February 1840
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  • The United States Democratic review. / Volume 7, Issue 26, miscellaneous front pages, i-96.
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  • Alas, Poor Henry Clay!, 99-111.
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  • Sonnet, 111-112.
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  • The Old Man's Counsel, 112-114.
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  • The Italian Opera, 114-129.
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  • Political Portraits. No XVII. Theodore Sedgwick, 129-153.
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  • The Maiden's Monument, 153-154.
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  • A Chronicle of Nieuw Amsterdam, 154-164.
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  • Parting Hours, 164-167.
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  • Currency Reform, 167-190.
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  • Sonnets on the Sonnet, 190-192.
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  • The Zephyr, the Rose, and the Star, 192.
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