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The International Monthly Magazine, Volume 5, No. 1, January, 1852

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Author: Various Authors
Published: 1852
Language: English
Wordcount: 132,195 / 392 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 60.1
LoC Category: AP
Downloads: 512
Added to site: 2007.04.01
mnybks.net#: 16442
Genre: Periodical

The April number of the International Monthly Magazine completes the fifth volume, and the series. The Publishers respectfully announce to its readers and the public, that from the issue of the present Volume, the Magazine will be blended with Harpers' Monthly Magazine, and, therefore, suspended as a distinct publication.

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ir Edward Bulwer Lytton. (Continued.) 89, 239, 395, 530

Mahon's, Lord, History of the American Revolution, with Sketches of Washington, Patrick Henry, Franklin, La Fayette, Horne Tooke, Wilkes, Lord Thurlow, Burke, &c., 164

Men and Women of the Eighteenth Century, 300

Model Traveller: Frederick Gerstacker, 305

Mysterious History, Touching Apparitions, 306

Murder of La Tour, The.--By W. H. Stiles, 457

New-York Society, by the Last English Traveller, 443

Niebuhr, Barthold George, The Historian, 517

Noctes Amicitiæ.--Ambitious Christenings, 134.--The Passport System, 134.--A Mayor's Proclamation, 134.--Ingenious way of Hiding a Secret, 134.--Last Days of Alexander Lee, 134.--Anecdotes of Elephants, 134.--Madame Kossuth on Woman's Rights, 135.--Story of an English Lord in Paris, 135.--The Spectator on the sacrilege of Dramatists, 135.--Tipsey Drollery, 266.--Anthony Benezet and his Rats, 266.--Descartes and the Ladies, 266.--

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