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The American Whig Review : Volume 0010, Issue 21 Sept 1849: American Review: A Whig journal of politics, literature, art, and science

By Wiley and Putnam

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Title: The American Whig Review : Volume 0010, Issue 21 Sept 1849: American Review: A Whig journal of politics, literature, art, and science  
Author: Wiley and Putnam
Volume: VolumeĀ 10
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Literary Magazine
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The American Whig Review Collection
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Putnam, W. A. (1849). The American Whig Review : Volume 0010, Issue 21 Sept 1849. Retrieved from

Description: The American Whig Review was a monthly Whig journal of politics, literature, art, and science. It was published in the mid-19th century in New York by Wiley and Putnam.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Short Chapters on Public Economy pp. 221-231 -- The Present State of Trade pp. 231-235 -- Anderport Records. No. I. Reginald, Son of Anthony pp. 235-247 -- What is Music? H. S. Saroni, pp. 247-252 -- A Lesson for Politicians. R., pp. 252-258 -- M'lle de la Seigliere pp. 258-277 -- Faith, A Hymn the late James Staunton Babcock, pp. 277-278 -- The Republic. No. IV - Things as They are at Present, Compared with the Past H. Warner, pp. 278-296 -- The Confederacy Athenion, pp. 296-301 -- Read's Poems S., pp. 301-311 -- Political Miscellany pp. 311-327 -- Critical Notices: Retribution; or, the Vale of Shadows - A Tale of Passion. By Emma D. E. Nevitt Southworth. pp. 327 -- Critical Notices: David Copperfield. No. 4.By John Wiley pp. 327 -- Critical Notices: History of the Constituent Assembly of France - from May 1848. By J F Cockran, Esq. pp. 327 -- Critical Notices: Bulwer and Forbes on the Water Treatment. Edited, with additional matter, by Roland S. Houghton, A. M., M. D. pp. 327 -- Critical Notices: The History of Pendennis - his fortunes and misfortunes, his friends and his greatest enemy. By W. M. Thackeray pp. 327 -- Critical Notices: The works of Washington Irving - New edition, revised by the Author's own hand. Vol II. The Sketch Book pp. 327 -- Critical Notices: A Second Visit to the united States of North America. By Sir Charles Lyell, F. R. S. pp. 327-328 -- Critical Notices: Humes's History of England pp. 328 -- Critical Notices: The Seven Lamps of Architecture. By John Ruskin pp. 328 -- Critical Notices: The Early Dramas and Romances of Schiller pp. 328 -- Critical Notices: Humboldt's Cosmos pp. 328 -- Critical Notices: The History of Alexander the Great, and the History of Julius Caesar pp. 328-329 -- Critical Notices: Mardi; and a voyage thither. By Herman Melville pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: A Supplement to the Plays of Shakspeare, comprising the Seven Dramas that have been ascribed to his pen. Edited by W. Gilmore Simms, Esq. pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: Oliver Goldsmith. By Washington Irving pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: The Lady Alice; or, The New Una pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: A Treatise of Algebra, for the use of schools and colleges. By S. Chase pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: Mechanic's Assistant. A thorough practical treatise on the Mensuration and the Sliding Rule. By D. M. Knapen, A. M. pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: Memorial of the Late Hon. David S. Jones, with Appendix of Notices of the Jones Family of Queen's County. pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: Letters from the Alleghany Mountains. By Charles Lanman pp. 329 -- Critical Notices: Story of a Genius, or Cola Monti. By the author of How to Win Love, Michael the Miner. pp. 329-330 -- Critical Notices: Works in Press. New Illustrated Gift-Books pp. 330 -- Critical Notices: New Juveniles pp. 330-330D


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