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PART FIRST.

MORAL AND DIDACTIC

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Truth,

Frayssinous, 37 40. Death is Compensation, Rousseau, 69

2. Immortality,

Massillon, 38 41. Fate of Charles XII., Johnson, 70

3. Utility of the Beautiful, Ruskin, 39 42. Our Duties,

Story, 71

4. The Mind of Man,

Akenside, 40 13. Love of Country, Montgomery, 72

5. The World,

T'alfourd, 41 44. Nature a Hard Creditor, . Carlyle, 73

6. Mechanical Epoch, Kennedy, 41 45. Time's Midnight Voice, ... Young, 74

7. To-lay,

Withington, 42 46. The Common Lot, Montgomery, 75

8. Duellist's Honor,

England, 43 | 47. True Source of Reform, Chapin, 76

9. Day Conceals what Night Reveals, 48. The Beacon Light,

Pardoe, 17

Nichol, 44 19. Cleon and I,

Mackay, 17

9. Sonnet,

. White, 45 50. Problem for the U. States, Boardman, 78

10. Man's Material Triumphs, Fayet, 45 51. American Experiment, Everett, 78

11. Fortitude,

Anonymous, 46 52. The Ship of State,

Lunt, 79

12. The United States of Europe, : Hugo, 46 52. Lines, .

Longfellow, 80

13. The Peace Congress of the Union, 53. Art, :

Sprague, 80

Everett, 48 54. The Pilot,

Bayly, 81.

14. The Spirit of the Age, . . . Beckwith, 49 | 55. Death Typified by Winter, Thomson, 82

15. Moses in Sight of the Promised Land, 56. Religious Inducements, James, 83

Peabody, 50 57. Never Despair,

Logos 84

16. Necessity of Law,

Hooker, 50 58. Charity,

Talfourd, 84

17. Justice,

Carlyle, 51 59. The Battle-field,

Bryant, 85

18. To-morrow,

Cotton, 52 60. Dizzy Activities,

Everett, 86

19. Eloquence of Action, Webster, 53 61. The Good Great Man, Coleridge, 87

20. Sincerity the Soul of Eloquence, Goethe, 53 62. Taxes,

Sydney Smith, 87

21. The Christian Orator, . l'illemain, 54 63. The Press,

Elliot, 88

22. Affectation in the Pulpit, . Couper, 55 64. Defence of Poetry,

Wolfe, 89

23. Ctility of llistory,

De Segur, 56 65. Great Ideas,

Channing, 89

24. False Coloring lent to War, Chalmers, 57 66. England,

Elliot, 90

25. Death's Final Conquest, Shirley, 53 67. Hallowed Ground, Campbell, 91

26. Religion, .

Lamartine, 58 68. Nature Proclaims a Deity, Chateau-

27. The Saviour's Reply,

Milton, 59

briand, 92

23. Nobility of Labor,

. Dewey, 60 | 69. What we owe the Sword, . . Grimké, 92

29. Labor is Worship,

Osgood, 61 70. Abou Ben Adhem, .

Hunt, 93

30. Moral and Physical Science, . . Chapin, 62 71. Polonius to Laertes, Shakspeare, 94

31. The Order of Nature,

. Pope, 63 72. Where is he,

Neele, 94

32. Future Empire of our Language, 73. International Sympathies, Wayland, 95

Bethune, 63 74. Worth of Fame, .

Baillie, 96

33. Compensations of the Imagination, 75. Frivolous Pleasures,

Young, 97

Akenside, 64 76. Forgive,

Heber, 97

34. The Great Distinction of a Nation, 77. Science Religious, Hitchcock, 98

Channing, 65 78. Triumphs of the English Language,

35. What Makes a Hero,

. Taylor, 66

Lyons, 99

36. The Last Hours of Socrates,

66 79. The Water Drinker, . E. Johnson, 99

37 To a Child, .

Yankee, 67 80. The Days that are Gone, Mackay, 100

38. America's Contributions, Verplanck, 68 81. The Work-shop and Camp,

101

39. The True King, .

· Hunt, 69 1 82. The Wise Man's Prayer, Johnson, 102

PART SECOND.

MARTIAL AND POPULAR.

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1. Scipio to his Army, .

Livy, 103 12. Caius Marius,

Sallust, 115

2. Hannibal to his Army,

Id., 104 13. Caius Gracchus,

Knowles, 116

3. Regulus to the Roman Senate, Orig'l, 105 14. Galgacus,

Tacitus, 117

4. Leonidas to his Three lundred, Pichat, 107 15. Icilius on Virginia's Seizure, Macaulay, 118

á. Brutus over the dead Lucretia, Orig'l 16. The Spartans' March, Hemans, 119

and compiled, 107 17. The Greeks' Return,

Id., 119

6. Achilles' Reply, Couper's Homer, 108 18. Ole,

Collins, 126

7. Hector's Rebuke,

Id., 109 19. Virginius' Refusal to Claudius, Livy, 120

8. Hector's Exploit,

Id., 110 | 20. Canuleius against Patrician Arrogance,

9. Hector Slain,
Id., 111

Id., 121

10. Telemachus to the Chiefs, Fenelon, 113 21. Catiline to his Army, · Jonson, 122

ul. Titus Quintius,

Livy, 114 | 22. Spartacus to the Gladiators, keliogg, 123
78. Results of American War, F01, 235

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ANCIENT

41. Reconciliation with America, Chatham, 201

1. Against Philip, : : . . Demosthenes, 159 43. Lord North's Ministry,

42. Repeal claimed as a Right, . Id., 202

Id., 203

2. Degeneracy of Athens,

Id., 160 45. On Employing Indians,

3. Democracy hateful to Philip, . . Id., 161 45. Ruinous Consequences,

Id., 204
4. Venality the Ruin of Greece, Id., 162 46. America Unconquerable, .

Id., 205
5. Demosthenes Denounced, Æschines, 163 47. Frequent Executions,

II., 206

8. Exordium, :

Meredith, 207

· Demosthenes, 165 48. Parliamentary Innovations, Beaufoy, 208

7. Public Spirit of Athenians, .

8. Demosthenes not Vanquished, .. Id., 167 50. America's Obligations,

11., 166 49. Religious Persecution, . Compilation, 209

9. Catiline Denounced, • Cicero, 168 51. Reply to Lord North,

Barré, 210

10. Catiline Expelled, .

Id., 169 52. Bold Predictions,

Id., 211

11. Verres Denounced,

Wilkes, 212

Id., 170
53. Conquest of Americans,

Id., 213

51. Reply to Duke of Grafton, Thurlow, 214

FROM THE FRENCH.

55. Present Popularity, Lord Mansfield, 214

12. Against the Nobility, &c., Mirabeau, 171 56. Magnanimity in Politics, Burke, 215

13. Necker's Financial Plan,
Id., 172 57. American Enterprise,

Id., 216
14. Disobedience to National Assembly, Id., 173 58. American Taxation,

Id., 217
15. Reply, .
Id., 174 59. Despotism Uurighteous,

Id, 218

16. On being Suspected, .

Id., 175 60. Impeachment of Hastings, Id., 219

17. Eulogiumn on Franklin,

Id., 1774.61. Peroration against Hastings, . Id., 220

18. Church and State,
Id., 177 62. To the Bristol Electors,

Id., 221

19. To the French,

Vergniaud, 178 63. Marie Antoinette,

Id., 222

20. Terrorism of Jacobins, .

Id., 179 64. Irish Rights,

Grattan, 233

21. Against War, . Robespierre, 180 65. Reply to Flood,

Id., 224

Id., 181 66. National Gratitude,

Id., 225

23. Last Speech,
Id., 182 07. Catholic Disqualification,

Id., 226

24. To the Peers, .

Trélat, 183 68. Heaven on the side of Principle, Id., 228

25. The Republic,

Lamartine, 185 69. Against Corry,

Id., 227

26. Democracy adverse to Socialism, De 70. Union with Great Britain, Id., 228

Tocqueville, 185 71. The Catholic Question,

Id., 229

27. Practical Religious Instruction, Hugo, 186 72. Religion Independent, •. Id., 230

28. Necessity of Religion, .

id., 187 73. Sectarian Tyranny,

Id., 231

20. Universal Suffrage,

Id., 188 74. American War Denounced, Pitl, 232

30. Liberty of the Press,

Id., 189 75. Motion to Censure Ministry, . Id., 232

31. A Republic or Monarchy, Id., 190 76. Attempt to make him Resign, Id., 233

32. The Two Napoleons,

Id., 191 77. Barbarism of Ancient Britons, Id., 23+

79. Washington's Foreign Policy, Id., 236

BRITISH.

80. Liberty is Strength,

Id., 237

33. The End of Government, . Pym, 192 81. Democratic Governments,

Id., 238
34. Defence,
Earl of Stratford, 193 82. Partition of Poland,

Id., 239
35. Reducing the Army, Pulleney, 195 83. Atheist Government null, Sheridan, 210
36. Against Richard Cromwell, . Vane, 196 81. Political Jobbing,

Id., 211

37. How to make Patriots,.. Walpole, 196 85. Popular and Kinzly Examples, . 10., 241

38. Against Pitt (Earl of Chatham), . Id., 197 | 86. Reform in Parliament, . Lord Grey, 2+2

39. Reply to Waip ilesEarl of Chatham, 198 87. Conservative Innovators, Huskisson, 243

40. Reply to Grenville,

Id., 199 88. The Pension System, ii. Curran, 24

2. Mitality the basis of society,

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89. On Threats of Violence, Curran, 245 144. The Strongest Goverument, Jefferson, 297

-90. Religious Distinctions,

Id., 246 115. Freedom of Judges, Bayard, 293

91. War with France, Canning, 246 146. Judiciary Act, .

Morris, 299

92. Bank-notes and Coin,

Id., 247 147. Free Navigation,

Id., 300

93. Lord J. Russell's Motion, Id., 248 148. Foreign Conquest, Clinton, 301

94. Mr. Tierney's Motion,

Id., 249 149. Innovations, .

Madison, 302

06 Defence of Pitt,

Id., 250 150. Party Intemperance, Gaston, 202

96. Measures, not Men,

Id., 251 151. The Embargo,

Quincy, 305

97. Balance of Power,

Id., 252 152. Disunion,

Pinkney, 301

98. Collision of Vices,

Id., 253 153. British Influence, J. Randolph, 305

99. England and America, Mackintosh, 254 154. Greek Question,

Id, 306
100. Fate of Reformers, . Brougham, 255 155. Virginia Constitution,

Id., 307
101. Parliamentary Reform, . Id., 256 156. Against Duelling, Compilation, 303
102. Religious Liberty, O'Connell, 257 157. The Declaration, J. Q. Adams, 303

103. Irish Disturbance Bill,

Id., 258 158. Washington's Sword, &c., Id., 310

104. The Death Penalty,

Byron, 259 159. Cuion with Liberty, Jackson, 311

105. Charges against Catholics, Sheil, 260 100. War,

Binney, 312

106. Irish Aliens,

Id., 261 161. The Supreme Court,

Id., 312

107 Irish Establishment,

Id., 202 162. U. S. Constitution,

Legard, 313

108. Repeal of Union, .
Id., 263 163. On Returning to the U. States,

Id., 314

109. England's Misrule, .

Id., 284 164. In favor of War, 1813, . Clay, 315

110. Civil War, Lord Palmerston, 265 165. Jefferson Defended,

Id., 316
111. Reform,

Lord J. Russell, 266 166. Military Insubordination,
112. Irish Church,
Macaulay, 267 167. Noblest Public Virtue,

Id., 317

113. Hours of Labor,

Id., 269 168. Expunging Resolution,

Id., 3184

14. Reform, to Preserve,

Id., 269 169. Independence of Greece,

Id., 319

115. Men always fit to be Free, Id., 270 170. Prospect of War, . Calhoun, 320

116. Second Bill of Rights,

Id., 270 171. The Force Bill,

Id., 321

117. Public Opinion, the Sword, Id., 271 172. Purse and Sword,

Id., 3:22
118. A Government should Grow, Id., 272 173. Liberty the Meed,

Id., 323

119. Reform irresistible,

Id., 273 174. Popular Elections, McDuffie, 324

120. Reply to 119,

Croker, 275 175. Military Qualifications, . Sergeant, 325

121. Perils of Reform,

Id., 275 176. Opposition,

Webster, 326

122. Copyright,

Talfourd, 276 177. Moral Force,

Id., 327

123. Literary Property, .

Id., 277 178. Sympathy with South America, Id., 328

124. International Copyright, Id., 278 179. The Poor and Rich,

Id., 3:29
125. Legislative Union,
Peel, 279 180. Sudden Conversions, .

Id., 330
126. American Vessels,
Cobien, 280 181. Constitution Platform,

Id., 33

182. Resistance to Oppression,

Id., 332

183. Peaceable Secession,

Id., 333

AMERICAN

184. Clay's Resolutions, .

Id., 333

127. Resistance,

Henry, 281 | 185. Justice to the Whole,

128. War inevitable,

Id., 252 186. Matches and Over-matches,

129. Return of British Fugitives, Id., 283 187. S. Carolina and Mass.,

Id., 336
130. Supposed Speech,
Olis, 284 188. Liberty and Union,

Id., 338

131. For Independence,

Lee, 285 189. Reply to Webster,

Hayne, 339

132. Federal Constitution, Franklin, 286 190. The South in 1776,

Id., 310

133. God Governs,

Id., 287 191. The South in 1812,

Id., 341

134. For a Declaration,

Adams, 298 192. Defalcations,

Prentiss, 312

135. Conclusion of foregoing,

Id., 289 193. American Laborers, Naylor, 313

136. On Government,

Hamilton, 290 194. Fulton's Invention, . Hoffman, 31+

137. U. S. Constitution, .

Id., 291 195. Sectional Services, ..Cushing, 345

138. Aristocracy, .

Livingston, 292 196. National Hatreds,

Choate, 346

139. Extent of Country, : Ramlalph, 293 197. Precedents,

Cars, 347

140. France and the U. 8. . Washington, 294 108. On Intervention, J. Clemens, 348

141. Foreign Influence,

Id., 294 200. Hazards of Prosperity, W. R. Smith, 349

1+2. Sanctity of Treaties,

Ames, 295 201. Flogging in the Navy, . . Stockton, 350

113. The British Treaty,

. Id., 296 | 202. Gov't Extravagance, Crittenden, 352

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1. The Crucifixion,

Croly, 401 25. Fate of Virginia,

Macaulay, 432

2. Seventh Plague of Egypt,

Id., 403 26. Iloratius at the Bridge,

Id., 433

3. Three Days of Columbus, Delavigne, 405 27. Execution of Montrose, Aytoun, 435

4. Destruction of the Philistines, Milton, 407 28. Peace and War,

Shelley, 437

5. Satan's Encounter with Death, . Id., 408 29. America to Britain,

Allston, 438

6. Belshaziar's Feast,

Hughes, 409 | 50. Old Ironsides,

Holmes, 439

7. Bernardo del Carpio, Hemans, 411 31. Ball at Brussels,

Byron, 439

8. Casabianca,

Id., 412 32. The Dying Gladiator,

Id., 441

9. Rocks of My Country,

Id., 413 33. Degeneracy of Greece,

Id., 441

10. The Two Homes,

Id., 413 34. Sennacherib,

Id., 442

11. Invocation,

Ia., 414 | 35. The Teinpest stilled, . Lyons, 443

12. Lochinvar,

Scott, 414 36. Excelsior,

Longfellow, 444

13. Marmion taking Leave,

Id., 416 37. To the Rainbow,

Campbell, 445

14. Death of Marmion,

Id., 417 38. Glenara,

15. Death of Bertram,

Id., 418 39. The O'Kavanagh,

Shea, 447

16. Love of Country,

Id., 419 40. Ode on the Passions, Collins, 448

17. Baron's Last Banquet, Greene, 420 41. The Greek and Turkman,

Croly, 450

18. How they brought the Good News 42. The Curse of Cain,

knor, 451

from Ghent to Aix, . Browning, 421 43. America,

Berkeley, 152

19. The Soldier from Bingen, Norton, 422 4. The World for Sale,

Hoyt, 452

20. The 'Torch of Liberty, Moore, 424 45. of Gen. Taylor, Conrad, 454

21. Sailor-boy's Dream, Dimond, 425 46.

Uhland, 455

22. Damon and Pythias, Schiller, 427 47.

Procter, 156

23. The Battle,

. Id., 429 48.

Revenge, Mickiewiez, 450

24. The Glove,

Id., 431 49. Charade on Campbell, ...

. Prued, 458

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1. Rome and Carthage, . Hugo, 471 23. Brutus and Cassius, .

. . Shakspeare, 493

2 Drones of the Coinmunity, Shelley, 472 24. Regrets of Drunkenness,

Id., 493
3. Cæsar's Passage of Rubicon, Knowles, 473 25. Cassius instigates Brutus,

Id., 500

4. Rolla's Address, .

Sheridan, 473 26. Cardinal Wolsey,

Id., 501

5. Richelieu to the King, Bulwer, 474 27. Hamlet to the Players,

Id., 502
6. Cromwell by Coffin of Charles I., Id., 475 28. Hamlet's Soliloquy,

Id., 503

7. Virtue of Great Examples,.. Byron, 476 29. Not ashamed of his Trade, Morton, 504

8. Marino Faliero to Conspirators, Id., 477 30. The Union and Government, . Simms, 507

9. Marino Faliero's Dying Speech, · Id., 478 31. Colonna to the King,

Sheil, 507

10. Catiline to his Friends, . Croly, 480 32. Address to the Swiss, . Schiller, 509

11. Catiline's Defiance,
Id., 481 33. Wm. Tell in Wait for Gesler,

Id., 502
12. Pride of Ancestry, . .
Id., 482 34. Wm. Tell's Escape,

Id., 511
13. Lochiel's Warning, . Campbell, 483 35. Wallenstein's Soliloquy,

Id., 512
14. Van Artevelde's Defence, . Taylor, 435 36. Belief in Astrology,

Id., 513
15. Duty to One's Country, . . · More, 486 37. Grief of Bereavernent,

Id., 514

16. St. Pierre to Ferrardo, Knowles, 487 38. Priuli and Jaffier,

Otway, 514

17. Wm. Tell on Switzerland, . Id., 488 39. Nothing in it, .. Mathews, 517

18. Tell among the Mountains, Id., 489 40. Moses at the Fair,

Coyne, 519

19. The Fractious Man,

Brueys, 489 41. Van den Bosch and Artevelde, Taylor, 520

20. Balthazar and the Quack, . Tobin, 491 42. The Weathercock, Allingham, 523

21. Brutus and Titus,

Lee, 492 43. Saladin and Malek Adhel,

523

22. Cato's Soliloquy, .

Addison, 495 44. Damon to Syracusans, : . . Banim, 530

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· Id., 547

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. Anon., 539 16. Poet and Alchemist,
8. One Story's Good till another is Told, 17. Blindman's Butt,

... Id., 513
Swain, 540 18. Farmer and Counsellor, :

9. The Great Musical Critic, .

541 | 19. Puff's Account of Himself, Sheridan, 550

· Id., 549

PART TENTH.

MISCELLANEOUS.

Pago

Pag.

1. Black Hawk to Gen. Street,

551 6. Pauper's Death-bed, : C. B. Southey, 551

2. Pushmataha to Sec. of War,

552 7. Hope,

Sarah F. Adams, 555

3. Supposed Speech of Chief of Pocomtuo

8. Death, ·

Horace Smith, 55.5

Indians,

Everett, 552 9. Lachrymose Writers, .

4 Logan to Lord Dummore,

553 10. The Sanctuary,

6 Moral Cosmetics, . . . Horace Smith, 554

Id., 650

Id., 657

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