The Cricket was a 19th-century American magazine. This general-interest magazine was similar in format and topics to those covered by Harper's Weekly. Publication dates are uncertain, but it existed at least in the 1890s. The magazine's motto was "To Have a Cricket in the Hearth Is the Luckiest Thing in All the World."

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  • The Cricket was a 19th-century American magazine. This general-interest magazine was similar in format and topics to those covered by Harper's Weekly. Publication dates are uncertain, but it existed at least in the 1890s. The magazine's motto was "To Have a Cricket in the Hearth Is the Luckiest Thing in All the World." (en)
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  • News and Politics
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  • United States
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  • Weekly
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  • To Have a Cricket in the Hearth Is the Luckiest Thing in All the World
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  • The Cricket was a 19th-century American magazine. This general-interest magazine was similar in format and topics to those covered by Harper's Weekly. Publication dates are uncertain, but it existed at least in the 1890s. The magazine's motto was "To Have a Cricket in the Hearth Is the Luckiest Thing in All the World." (en)
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  • The Cricket (en)
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  • The Cricket (en)
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