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INDEX

TO THE TWENTY-FOURTH VOLUME.

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Gossip of the Month.—The Review and the Baltimore Resolutions. John

Bigelow, Esq. Mr. Forrest. The Opera, &c., &c., , · 83, 185
Human Rights vs. “ Divine Rights," . . . . . . . 291

Lines Written in an Album. (From the French of Beranger,) .

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Minna Von Barnhelm. A Comedy, in Five Acts. Translated from the
German of G. E. Lessing, .

. . 176, 225, 345, 436, 535
Macaulay's History of England. By H. T. Tuckerman. The History of

England, from the Accession of James II. By Thomas Babington Ma-

cauley. Vols. I. and II. . . . . . . . . . 205
Municipal Government, . . . . . . . . . 481

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Prophecies for the Past. By Eugene Lies, ..
Pierre Jean de Beranger : His Life and Writings,
Popular Portraits with Pen and Pencil. Samuel D. Patterson, . ..

John Wentworth, of Illinois,
G. S. Downs, of Louisiana, .

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Rambles in California, .

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Robespierre, .

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Some Characteristics of the Germans and their Literature,
Select Library, of the German Classics.—The Alexis and Dora of

Goethe, à, il blogau. Au co bylo . . 66, 460
Stanzas to Louis Napoleon, . j • • •

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Vergniaud. By the author of Robespierre,
Verses on the Day of Waterloo. (From the French of Beranger.) :
Westward, Ho! By Eugene Lies, . .
Wealth—Want-Labor. By the Editor of the “Herald of Truth," .

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en ve AT DUVAD....

Office of the Democratic Review,

January 1st, 1849.
To our extreme annoyance the plate for the January No, has been de-
tained through accidents entirely beyond our control. We must throw
ourselves on the indulgence of our subscribers, who are little aware of the
harassing difficulties attending this part of our labors. The delays ensuing
from vast distances, the caprice of individuals, and the illness of artists,
&c. &c., are only amongst the principal obstacles with which we are
monthly obliged to contend, and which often tempt us to lay aside this
troublesome accompaniment to the Review. Rather than adopt this course,
which would be only to spare ourselves, we prefer to make an occasional
appeal to our patrons, with the honest assurance that no pains shall ever
be omitted on our part to meet public expectation in this, as in the other
more important features of this work.

ED. DEMOCRATIC Review.

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