Thoughts on Man in His Relations to God and to External Nature, with Minor Poems. London: William Pickering, 1852.
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Edgar Allen Poe. Tales of Mystery, Imagination, and Humour, Second Series. London: Clarke, Beeton, and Co., 1852.
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Frederick Douglass, once a slave, became a brilliant and powerful leader of the anti-slavery movement. In 1852, he was asked to speak in celebration of the Fourth of July.
Wm. Guy bought 1 singletree for 45 cents.(A singletree is the wooden or metal bar used to balance the pull of a draft animal (horse, ox, mule) as the animal pulls a vehicle.) 38 more words