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Biography | Henry G. Langley | 1844
Transcription 18 HENRY G. LANGLEY'S PUBLICATIONS.
THE UNITED STATES MAGAZINE,
AND
DEMOCRATIC REVIEW.
JOHN L. O'SULLIVAN, Editor.

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BANCROFT, PARK GODWIN, J. L. STEPHENS,
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PAULDING, EAMES, BRYANT,
SEDGWICK, A. H. EVERETT, CASS,
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BUTLER, CAMBRELENG.

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Constitutional Reform,' as a model of the style in which political controversy ought to be conducted."—An to-.r1merican.
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