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The Nineteenth Century in Print: Periodicals

Browse items in The United States Democratic review. Volume 7, Issue 28, April -May 1840
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  • Mr. Van Buren's Title to Re-Election, 283-297.
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  • The Debit System, or "Cr." and "Dr.", 297-301.
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  • Political Portraits with Pen and Pencil. No. XVIII. Richard Rush, 301-326.
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  • The Right of Petition, 326-341.
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  • A Few Free Thoughts on Free Trade, 341-349.
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  • France - Its King, Court, and Government, 349-443.
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  • Editorial Note, 443-446.
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  • Sketches over the Sea. No. V. Finland, 446-453.
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  • Bacon's Rebellion, 453-466.
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  • The Rev. Charles Follen, 466-472.
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