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The Century Magazine
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Weather-Telegrams and Storm-Forecasts by the American Signal Service
by T.B. Maury, pp. 465-489 -
King Gambrinus and His Subjects
by William Wells, pp. 490-496 -
Will She Ride or Walk?
by Miss Trafton, pp. 497-503 -
In a Garret
by Elizabeth Akers Allen, p. 504 -
by Hans Christian Andersen, pp. 505-515 -
by Lois Brooke, p. 516 -
The Ancient Fenians
by L. Clark Seelye, pp. 517-523 -
Victor Emmanuel's Queen
by Elizabeth C. Kinney, pp. 524-528 -
Life in the Cannibal Islands
by J.C. Bates, pp. 529-542 -
by George MacDonald, pp. 543-555 -
An Autobiographical Story
The Celestials in Sunday-School
by James L. Bowen, pp. 556-558 -
by Mary L. Ritter, p. 559 -
Topics of the Time
, pp. 560-561 -
The Old Cabinet
, pp. 562-564 -
Beyond the Seas
, pp. 565-568 -
Home and Society
, pp. 569-570 -
Books and Authors at Home and Abroad
, pp. 571-575 -
Miriam and Other Poems, by John Greenleaf Whittier, ...
A Musical Party
by C.G. Bush, p. 576 -
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