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The New-england Magazine : Volume 0001, Issue 1 July 1831: New England magazine

By J. T. and E. Buckingham

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Title: The New-england Magazine : Volume 0001, Issue 1 July 1831: New England magazine  
Author: J. T. and E. Buckingham
Volume: VolumeĀ 1
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Naval Yards & Naval Stations
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection, The New-England Magazine Collection
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Publisher: J. T. and E. Buckingham


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Description:The New England Magazine began as a continuation of The Bay State Monthly, and included that periodical's name in its title initially.

Table of Contents
Table of Contents: Miscellaneous Front Pages pp. i-iv -- Original Papers: On the Consideration Due to the Mechanical Arts F., pp. 1-10 -- Original Papers: The Italian Exile H., pp. 10-11 -- Original Papers: The late Joseph Natterstrom pp. 11-20 -- Original Papers: Letter on the Chanting Cherubs Tyro., pp. 20-26 -- Original Papers: Lines Written in Sadness pp. 26-27 -- Original Papers: The Schoolmaster pp. 27-30 -- Original Papers: Letters from Ohio W., pp. 30-34 -- Original Papers: The Mysterious Mustard-Pot pp. 34-40 -- Original Papers: From the Mss. of a Traveler in the East pp. 40-43 -- Original Papers: The Progress of Exaggeration pp. 43-49 -- Original Papers: To the Poles H., pp. 49-50 -- Original Papers: Americans in Italy D., pp. 50-54 -- Original Papers: Junius and his Letters T., pp. 54-59 -- Original Papers: From the Spanish of Luis de Gongora L., pp. 59-60 -- Original Papers: A Blacklegs and a Bluestocking pp. 60-63 -- Original Papers: Lord Byron's Religious Opinions Percy, pp. 63-69 -- Politics and Statistics: United States pp. 69-78 -- Politics and Statistics: New York pp. 78-79 -- Politics and Statistics: Georgia pp. 79-80 -- Literary Notices: A Comprehensive Pronouncing and Explanatory Dictionary of the English Language. J. E. Worchester. pp. 80-81 -- Literary Notices: The Introductory Discourse and Lectures delivered in Boston, before the Convention of Teachers pp. 81-83 -- Literary Notices: A Sermon preached at the Annual Election, May 25, 1831. Rev. Lenord Withington. pp. 83-86 -- Literary Notices: An Address to the Members of the Bar of Worcester County, Massachusetts, October 2, 1829. Joseph Willard. pp. 86 -- Literary Notices: The Triumphs of Faith; a Poem. Rev. Daniel Huntington. pp. 86-87 -- Literary Notices: A Lecture, read before the Worcester Lyceum, March 30, 1831. Emory Washburn. pp. 87-88 -- Literary Notices: An Address delivered at Northampton, before the Hampshire, Franklin and Hampden Agricultural Society, October 27, 1830. Samuel C. Allen. pp. 88 -- Literary Notices: The Dutchman's Fireside. A tale by the author of Letters for the South, John Bull in America, The Backwoodsman, &c. pp. 88-89 -- Literary Notices: Travels in Malta and Sicily. Andrew Bigelow, Author of Leaves from a Journal in North-Britain and Ireland. pp. 89-91 -- Literary Notices: American Common-Place Book of Poetry. George B. Cheever. pp. 91-92 -- Miscellanies: Michigan pp. 92 -- Miscellanies: Fossil Bones pp. 92-93 -- Miscellanies: Indian Relics pp. 93 -- Miscellanies: Madder and Barilla pp. 93 -- Miscellanies: Domestic Silk pp. 93-94 -- Ordinations, Installations, &c.: Ordinations, Installations, &c. pp. 94 -- Deaths: Samuel Freeman pp. 94-95 -- Deaths: Ms. James Bancroft pp. 95 -- Deaths: George Alexander Otis pp. 95 -- Deaths: Abraham H. Schenck pp. 95-96 -- Literary Intelligence: Works in Press pp. 96 -- Literary Intelligence: Works Proposed pp. 96 -- Literary Intelligence: Recently Published pp. 96


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