In This Issue
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The Flower of Liberty
Alexis De Tocqueville
Agnes of Sorrento
Health in the Camp
''The Stormy Petrel''
A Story of to-Day: Part Ii
Concerning People Who Carried Weight in Life: With Some Thoughts on Those Who Never Had a Chance
Why Has the North Felt Aggrieved With England?
The Wild Endive
The Contrabands at Fortress Monroe
The Washers of the Shroud
Sermons Preached in the Chapel of Harvard College
The Monks of the West, From St. Benedict to St. Bernard
Eighty Years' Progress of the United States, Showing the Various Channels of Industry and Education Through Which the People of the United States Have Arisen From a British Colony to Their Present National Importance
Electro-Physiology and Electro-Therapeutics: Showing the Rules and Methods for the Employment of Galvanism in Nervous Diseases, Etc. Second Edition
Memoir of Edward Forbes, F. R. S., Late Regius Professor of Natural History in the University of Edinburgh