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  • The Knickerbocker
    , April 1846, pp. 364-368 - PDF
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    1. [+] Issues of the 1830s
      = 2 Years, 18 Issues, 520 Articles
      1. [–] Issues of the 1840s
        = 2 Years, 12 Issues, 318 Articles
        1. [+] Issues of 1843
          = 6 Issues, 157 Articles
          1. [–] Issues of 1846
            = 6 Issues, 161 Articles
            1. [+] January 1846 Issue
              = 30 Articles
              1. [+] February 1846 Issue
                = 27 Articles
                1. [+] March 1846 Issue
                  = 28 Articles
                  1. [–] April 1846 Issue
                    = 21 Articles
                    1. A Glimpse into Fairy-Land by S.M. Partridge, pp. 285-294 - PDF
                    2. The Lost One by H.W. Rockwell, Esq., p. 295 - PDF
                    3. John Stopford by John Waters#2, pp. 296-302 - PDF
                    4. The Reformer's Vision by a New Contributor , pp. 303-305 - PDF
                    5. The Executioner: A Narrative, etc. by C.A. Alexander, Esq., pp. 306-317 - PDF
                    6. The River Wave by The Sphepherd of Sharondale , p. 318 - PDF
                    7. Lights and Shadows of Fashionable Life by Peter Schemil, pp. 319-334 - PDF
                    8. Friends: From the French, p. 335 - PDF
                    9. 'A Long Time Ago' by Z. Barton Stout, Esq., p. 336 - PDF
                    10. Playing on one String by Harry Franco, pp. 336-341 - PDF
                    11. Mignon's Song by Miss Anna Blackwell, p. 342 - PDF
                    12. The Chain of the Foe: A Song of our Land by M.E. Hewitt, p. 343 - PDF
                    13. The Saint Leger Papers, pp. 343-352 - PDF
                    14. Moonlight on the River by John H. Rheyn, p. 353 - PDF
                    15. Count Julian: or The Last Days of the Goth, pp. 354-358 - PDF
                    16. Thackeray's Journey from Cornhill to Cairo, pp. 359-361 - PDF
                    17. Correspondence of Ralph Izard, of South Carolina, p. 362 - PDF
                    18. The Cousins: A Tale of Early Life, p. 363 - PDF
                    19. A Short Chapter on Advertisements, pp. 364-368 - PDF
                    20. Oil for Lamps that can never burn Dim, pp. 369-371 - PDF
                    21. Gossip with Readers and Correspondents, pp. 372-378 - PDF
                  2. [+] May 1846 Issue
                    = 27 Articles
                    1. [+] June 1846 Issue
                      = 28 Articles
                  3. [+] Issues of the 1850s
                    = 9 Years, 100 Issues, 2,688 Articles
                    1. [+] Issues of the 1860s
                      = 2 Years, 24 Issues, 537 Articles
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