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The New-england Magazine : Volume 0002, Issue 1 January 1832: New England magazine

By J. T. and E. Buckingham

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Title: The New-england Magazine : Volume 0002, Issue 1 January 1832: New England magazine  
Author: J. T. and E. Buckingham
Volume: Volume 2
Language: English
Subject: Non Fiction, American Periodicals, Naval Yards & Naval Stations
Collections: Periodicals: Journal and Magazine Collection (Contemporary), The New-England Magazine Collection
Historic
Publication Date:
1832
Publisher: J. T. and E. Buckingham

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And E. Buckingha, J. T. (1832). The New-england Magazine : Volume 0002, Issue 1 January 1832. Retrieved from http://www.worldjournal.org/


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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-viii -- Original Papers: The New Year pp. 1 -- Original Papers: Retrospection J. T. B., pp. 1-4 -- Original Papers: The Masked Cavalier pp. 4-8 -- Original Papers: Is a Belief in Ghosts Consistent with Reason? pp. 8-13 -- Original Papers: The American Colonization Society pp. 13-23 -- Original Papers: Hymn to Plutus pp. 23-25 -- Original Papers: Selections from the Papers of an Idler. No. III. Feeling and Sentiment pp. 25-29 -- Original Papers: The Employments of Death pp. 29-30 -- Original Papers: Domestic Architecture pp. 30-36 -- Original Papers: The Dilemma O. W. H., pp. 36-37 -- Original Papers: Virginia J. M., pp. 37-46 -- Original Papers: Old Books O. W. H., pp. 46-49 -- Original Papers: The Song of the Fairies pp. 49-50 -- Original Papers: Letters from Ohio W., pp. 50-54 -- Original Papers: The Progress of Ridicule L., pp. 54-55 -- Original Papers: Dead Letters, Opened and Burned by the Postmaster-General, Revived and Published by Timothy Quicksand pp. 55-60 -- Original Papers: The Hebrew Minstrel's Lament Z., pp. 60-61 -- Original Papers: A Legend of Christmas Eve Z., pp. 61-65 -- Original Papers: Reform pp. 65-71 -- Original Papers: Sonnet A., pp. 71-72 -- Original Papers: To Mary P., pp. 72 -- Original Papers: A Brief Farewell B., pp. 72-73 -- Monthly Record: Politics and Statistics pp. 73-83 -- Literary Notices: The Bravo: a Tale. By the author of The Spy, The Red Rover, etc. pp. 83-85 -- Literary Notices: The History of America. Thomas F. Gordon pp. 85-86 -- Literary Notices: A Guide for Emigrants, containing Sketches of Illinois, Missouri, and the adjacent parts. J. M. Peck pp. 86-87 -- Literary Notices: A Manual containing information respecting the growth of the Mulberry tree, with suitable directions for the culture of Silk. J. H. Conn pp. 87-88 -- Literary Notices: The Cabinet of Natural History and American Rural Sports pp. 88 -- Literary Notices: The American Annual Register; for the year 1829-30, or the fifty-fourth year of American Independence pp. 88-89 -- Miscellanies: Miscellanies pp. 89-90 -- Obituary Notices: Obituary Notices pp. 90-92 -- Literary Intelligence: Literary Intelligence pp. 92

 
 


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