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VOL.

4



Cobden, Richard 1804-1865

Speeches :

Free Trade with All Nations
Small States and Great Achieve-
ments
Celebrated Passages:

Armament Not Necessary 10

Uhlman, D. (Nineteenth Century) 10

Sovereignty of Individual Man-
hood — (Celebrated Passages)
Garrison, William Lloyd

1804-1879 6

Speeches:

" Beginning a Revolution "
The Death of John Brown
The Union and Slavery
At Charleston, South Carolina,
in 1865
Celebrated Passages:

" The Covenant with Death and

Agreement with Hell" 10

As Harsh as Truth 10

Beaconsfield, Lord. See also Disrieli.
Speeches: 1804-1881 1

The Assassination of Lincoln
Against Democracy for England
The Meaning of Conservatism
Celebrated Passages:

Liberalism 10

Dod, Albert B. 1805-1845 5

The Value of Truth — (Sermon)

Mazzini, Giuseppe 1805-1872 8

To the Young Men of Italy —
(Speech)

Brownlow, William Gannaway

Speeches: 1805-1877 2

The Value of the American

Union
Grape Shot and Hemp
Field, David Dudley 1805-1894 6

Speeches :

In Re Milligan — Martial Law

as Lawlessness
In the Case of McCardle — Ne-
cessity as an Excuse for
Tyranny
The Cost of " Blood and Iron "
Allen, William 1806-1879 10

" Fifty-Four Forty or Fight "
— (Celebrated Passages)

Dayton, William L. 1807-1864 5

Speeches :

Arraigning President Polk
Issues Against Slavery Forced
by the Mexican War

Hammond, James H. 1807-1864
Celebrated Passages:

Cotton is King 10

Mudsills 10

Adams, Charles Francis 1807-1886 1

The States and the Union —
(Speech)

Prentiss, Sergeant Smith

1808-1850 8

On New England's " Forefathers'
Day " — (Speech)



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312



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302

298



299
263

129



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119



299



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298

308

29



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298



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VOL. PAGB

Chase, Salmon P. 1808-1873 3 211

Speeches :

Thomas Jefferson and the
Colonial View of Manhood
Rights
Three Great Eras
Celebrated Passages:

"An Indestructible Union of In-
destructible States " 10 308

Johnson, Andrew 1808-1875 7 177

Speeches:

Inaugural Address

The St. Louis Speech for which

He Was Impeached
At Cleveland in 1866
Celebrated Passages:

Swinging Around the Circle... 10

Boardman, Henry A. 1808-1880 10

Constitutional Liberty and the
American Union — (Celebrated
Passages)

Davis, Jefferson 1808-1889 5

Speeches:

Announcing tho Secession of

Mississippi
Inaugural Address of 1861
Against Clay and Compromise
Celebrated Passages:

"Let Us Alone" 10 305

Hilliard, H. W. 1808-1892

Celebrated Passages:

Constitutional Government 10 298

Manhood 10 306

Manning, Henry Edward, Cardinal

1808-1892 8 69

" Rome the Eternal "—(Sermon)

Raynor, Kenneth 1808-(?) 10 311

Rerolutionists of Seventy-Six —
(Celebrated Passages)

Poe, Edgar Allan 1809-1849 8 358

The Love for the Beautiful in
Speech — (Speech)

Lincoln, Abraham 1809-1865 7 335

Speeches :

The House Divided Against It-
self
Interrogating Douglas
On John Brown
The Gettysburg Address
Second Inaugural Address
His Speech before Death

Curtis, Benjamin Robblns

1809-1874 4 334

Presidential Criticisms of Congress
— Defending Andrew Johnson
— (Speech)

Humphrey, E. P. 1809-1887 10 305

Limitation — (Celebrated Passages)

Pike, Albert 1809-1891 10 308

Moral Influences — (Celebrated
Passages)

Holmes, Oliver Wendell

1809-1894 10 295

Boston the Hub — (Celebrated
Passages)



334



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF ORATORS AND SUBJECTS



Gladstone, William Ewart

Speeches: 1809-1898 6

The Fundamental Error of
English Colonial Aggrandize-
ment
Home Rule and "Autonomy"
The Commercial Value of Ar-
tistic Excellence
Destiny and Individual Aspira-
tion
The Use of Books
On Lord Beaconsfield
Celebrated Passages:

The American Constitution 10

Winthrop. R. C. 1809-1894

Celebrated Passages:

Washington 10

The Union of 1776 10

Parker, Theodore 1810-1860 8

Speech: Daniel Webster after the

Compromise of 1850
Celebrated Passages:

Government of, by, and for the
People 10

Cavour, Camillo Benso, Count

1810-1861 3

Rome and Italy — (Speech)

Montalembert, Charles Forbes, Comte



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6 240



1810-1870



de
Speeches:

For Freedom of Education
Devotion to Freedom
" Deo et Caesari Fidelis "
Aiken, Frederick A. 1810-1878 1

Defense of Mrs. Mary E. Surratt
— (Speech)
Black, Jeremiah Sullivan

1810-1883 2

Corporations under Eminent Do-
main — (Speech)
Toombs, Robert 1810-1885 9

Speeches:

Territorial Acquisition and Civil

War
" Let Us Depart in Peace "
Clay, Cassius Marcellus 1810-1903 3
Speeches:
A Rhapsody

Aspirations for the Union

America as a Moral Force

Thackeray, William Makepeace

Speeches: 1811-1863

The Reality of the Novelist's

Creation
Authors and Their Patrons
The Novelist's Future Labors
Greeley, Horace 1811-1872

Celebrated Passages:

After-Dinner Speech on Frank-

lia 10

The Bloody Chasm 10

Sumner, Charles 1811-1874 9

Speeches:

The True Grandeur of Nations
Denouncing Douglas and Butler
Celebrated Passages:

Freedom Above Union 10



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317

273



301
173



8 177



108



75



421



386



381



301
313

sie



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VOL.
Hecker, Frederick Karl Franz

1811-1881 6

Liberty in the New Atlantis —
(Speech)

Benjamin, Judah Philip 1811-1884 1

Speeches:

Farewell to the Union
Slavery as Established by Law

Phillips, Wendell 1811-1884 8

Speech :

John Brown and the Spirit of
Fifty-Nine
Celebrated Passages:

Higher Law 10

Bright, John 1811-1889 2

Speeches:

Will the United States Sub-
jugate Canada?
Morality and Military Greatness

Drake, Charles D. 1811-1892 5

Against "Copperheads" —
(Speed )

Stephens, Alexander H. 1812-1883 9
Speeches:

The South and the Public Do-
main
The Confederate Constitution

Rollins, James Sidney 1812-1888
Celebrated Passages:

Free Speech in Parliament and

Congress 10

Southern Patriotism 10

The Constitution as It Is, and
the Union as It Was 10

Burchard, Reverend Samuel Dickinson

1812-1891 10

*' Rum, Romanism, and Rebel-
lion " — (Celebrated Passages)

Douglas, Stephen A. 1813-1861 5

Speeches:

Reply to Lincoln

" Expansion " and Co-operation

with England
Kansas and " Squatter Sover-
eignty "
The John Brown Raid
The Issues of 1861

Chandler, Zachariali 1813-1879 3

On Jefferson Davis — (Speech)

Beecher, Henry Ward 1813-1887 1

Speeches:

Raising the Flag over Fort

Sumter
Effect of the Death of Lincoln
Celebrated Passages:

Bible and Sharp's Rifle 10

Thurman, "Allen G. 1813-1895 9

Speeches:

The Tilden-Hayes Election
Vested Rights and the Obliga-
tions of Contracts
Trumbull, Lyman 1813-1896 9

Announcing the Death of Douglas
— (Speech)



FACE
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400
818



302
218



309



280



800
311

813
311

286



198
361



296
403



438



CHROXOLOGICAL INDEX OF ORATORS AND SUBJECTS



335



VOL.

Clemens, Jeremiah 1S14-1865 4

Cuba and " Manifest Destiny " —

(Speech)
Foreign War and Domestic Des-
potism — (Celebated Passages) . .10
Wilmot, David 1814-1868 10

" Fanaticism " and " Property
Rights —(Celebrated Passages)
Chapin, Edwin Hubbell 1814-1880 3

Sermons:

The Sovereignty of Ideas
Peaceful Industry
The Source of Modern Progress
Scientia Liberatrix
Rectitude Higher than Morality
Cobb, Howell 1815-1868 4

" Fifty-Four Forty or Fight "
— (Speech)

Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn

1815-1881 9

Palmerston and the Duty of Eng-
land — (Speech)

Davis, David 1815-1886 5

On Appeal from the Caucus —
(Speech)

Macdonald, Sir John Alexander

Speeches: 1815-1891 8

The Treaty of Washington
Prerogative and Public Right

Doolittle, James R. 1815-1897 5

Speeches :

The Attitude of the West in the

Civil War
In Favor of Re-Union
Bismarck 1815-1898 2

A Plea for Imperial Armament
— (Speech)

Bingham, John A. 1815-1900 2

Against the Assassins of President
Lincoln — (Speech)

Robertson, Frederick W.

1816-1853 9

The Highest Form of Expression
— (Speech)

Preston, William 1816-1887 10

Liberty and Eloquence —(Cele-
brated Passages)
Field, Stephen J. 1816-1899 10

Intimidation of Judges- — (Cele-
brated Passages)
Dawes, Henry Laurens 1816-1903 5

The Tariff Commission of 1880
— (Speech)

Davis, Henry Winter 1817-1865 5

Speeches :

Reasons for Refusing to Part

Company with the South
Constitutional Difficulties of Re-
construction

Frelinghuysen, Frederick Theodore

1817-1885 6 176

In Favor of Universal Suffrage

(Speech)



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317

204



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274



20



28



269



60



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56



305



304



52



2S



VOL

Gough, John B. 1817-1886 10

Water — (Celebrated Passages)

Pierrepont, Edwards 1817-1892 10

Equality in America — (Celebrated
Passages)

Douglas, Frederick 1817-1895 5

A Plea for Free Speech in Boston
— (Speech)

Butler, Benjamin F. 1818-1893 3

Article Ten —(Speech)
Blair, Austin 1818-1894 2

Military Government — (Speech)
Boutwell, George S. 1818-1905 2

President Johnson's " High
Crimes and Misdemeanors "
— (Speech)

Evarts, William Maxwell

1818-1901 6

The Weakest Spot of the Ameri-
can System — (Speech)

Brooks, Preston S. 1819-1857 2

The Assault on Sumner —
(Speech)

Wise, Henry A. 1819-1869 10

" Dark Lanterns " in Politics
— (Celebrated Passages)

Kingsley, Charles 1819-1875 7

Human Soot — (Speech)

Lowell, James Russell 1819-1891 7

Speeches :

The Poetical and the Practical

in America
Pope and His Times

Crispi, Francesco 1819-1901 4

Speeches :

At the Unveiling of Garibaldi's

Statue
Socialism and Discontent
Ruskjn, John 1819-1900 9

Iscariot in Modern England —
(Speech)

Palmer, Benjamin W. 1819-1902 10

Lee and Washington — (Celebrated
Passages)

Burlingame, Anson 1880-1870 2

Massachusetts and the Sumner
Assault — (Speech)
Vallandigham, Clement L.

1820-1871 10

Centralization and the Revolution-
ary Power of Federal Patron-
age

Tyndall, John 1820-1893 10

Speeches:

The Origin of Life
Democracy and Higher Intellect

Coleridge, John Duke 1820-1894 4

The Sacredness of Matrimony
— (Speech)

Caird, John 1820-1898 3

The Art of Eloquence —(Speech)



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309
282

16

109
203



66
254
298

196
385

233

121
308
419

27

19

127
34



336



CHROXOLOGICAL INDEX OF ORATORS AND SUBJECTS



VOL.

2



Ludwig Ferdi-
1821-1894 6

of Creation —

1821-1900 10

-(Celebrated Pas-



Blair, Francis Preston 1821-1875
Speeches:

The Character and Work of

Benton
The Deathbed of Benton
On the Fifteenth Amendment

Breckenridge. John C 1821-1875

The Dred Scott Decision —
(Speech)

Helmholtz, Hermann
nand von
The Mystery
(Speech)

Storrs, R. S.

Short Sermons —
sages)
Grant, Ulysses S. 1822-1885 10

Freedom and Education — (Cele-
brated Passages)

Hayes, Rutherford B. 1822-1893 6

Inaugural Address (Speech)
Service to Party and Country —
(Celebrated Passages) 10

Hale, Edward Everett 1822-1909 6

Boston's Place in History —
(Speech)

Meagher, Thomas Francis

1823-1867 8

The Withering Influence of Pro-
vincial Subjection — (Speech)

Marvin, Bishop E. M. 1823-1877 10

Christ and the Church — (Cele-
brated Passages)

Morton, Oliver P. 1823-1877
Reasons for Negro Suffrage

Hill, Benjamin Harvey 1823-1882
"A Little Personal History "

Colfax, Schuyler 1823-1885

The Confiscation of Rebel Property
— (Speech)

Hughes, Thomas 1823-1896

The Highest Manhood — (Speech)

Miiller, Max 1823-1900

The Impassable Barrier between
Brutes and Man — (Speech)

Sherman, John 1823-1900

The General Financial Policy of
th e Government — (Speech )

Smith, Goldwin 1823-1910

Speeches :

The Lamps of Fiction
The Origin and Causes of Pro-
gress
The Secret beyond Science

Williams, George H. 1823-1910
Pioneers of the Pacific Coast

Carpenter, Matthew Hale

Speeches: 1824-1881

Replying to the Grand Duke

Alexis
The Louisiana Returning Board
In Favor of Universal Suffrage



PACE

112



8



8



215

428
313
301

396

312
319

136

306

216

47

133

87
223

212

232



VOL.

4



10 309



185



Cox, Samuel Sullivan 1824-1889
Speeches:

Against the Ironclad Oath
The Sermon on the Mount
Stephen A. Douglas and His
Place in History

Curtis, George William 1824-1892 4

Speeches:

His Sovereignty Under His Hat
Wendell Phillips as a History-
Maker

Kelvin, William Thomson, Lord

1824-1907 7

Inspiration and the Highest Edu-
cation — (Speech)

Huxley, Thomas Henry

1825-1895 7

The Threefold Unity of Life
— (Speech)

Brown, B. Gratz 1826-1885 2

A Prophecy — (Speech)
Dougherty, Daniel 1826-1892 5

" Hancock the Superb " — (Speech)

Henderson, John B. 1826-

Celebrated Passages:

The Right to Make Foolish

Speeches 10

War and Military Chieftains. .10
Why Not Let Well Enough
Alone? 10

Hoar, George Frisbie 1826-1904 7

The Great Men of Massachusetts —
(Speech)

Challemel-Lacour, Paul Amand

1827-1896 3

Humboldt and the Teutonic Intel-
lect
Voorhees, Daniel W. 1827-1897 10

Speeches:

Speech in the Tilden Convention
An Opposition Argument in
1862
Bragg, Edward S. 1827- 10

Loving Him for His Enemies —
(Celebrated Passages)
Randall, S. J. 1828-1890 10

Protection and Free Trade Under
the Constitution — (Celebrated
Passages)
Bayard, Thomas F. 1828-1898 1

A Plea for Conciliation in 1876 —
(Speech)

Edmunds, George F. 1828- 5

The Constitution and the Electoral
Commission — (Speech)

James, Henrv, Baron James of Here-
ford ' 1828- 7
Old Whig Principles — (Speech)

Conkling, Roscoe 1829-1888 4

Speeches:
Nominating General Grant for a

Third Term
The Stalwart Standpoint
Against Senator Sumner



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189

104

274
280



302
315

317
60



183
51

305
310

269
344

149
1S7



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF ORATORS AND SUBJECTS



337



VOL. PAGE

Schurz, Carl 1829-1906 9 153

Public Offices as Private Per-
quisites — (Speech)

Wool worth, James M. 1829- 10 318

Individual Liberty — (CelebrateH
Passages)

Booth, William 1829- 2 152

Moral Courage Against Ridicule

— (Celebrated Passages)

Burke, Father " Tom "

1830-1883
Celebrated Passages:

All Men Fit for Freedom 10 293

America and Ireland 10 295

Freedom of Conscience 10 300

Arthur, Chester Alan 1830-1886 1 165

Inaugural Address — (Speech)

Blaine, James G. 1830-1893 2 86

Oration on Garfield — (Speech)
Conkling's "Turkey-Gobbler Strut"

— (Celebrated Passages) 10 297

Swing, David 1830-1894 10 313

Apothegms — (Celebrated P a s-
sages)

Vest, George Graham 1830-1904
Celebrated Passages:

Imperialism Old and New.... 10 303
The Ligament of Union 10 314

Diaz, Porfirio 1830- 5 208

Mexican Progress —(Speech)

Knott, J. Proctor 1830- 7 203

The Glories of Duluth — (Speech)

Crapo, William Wallace

1830- 10 310

Public Office a Public Trust —
(Celebrated Passages)

Garfield, James Abram

1831-1881 6 198

Speeches:

Revolution and the Logic of

Coercion
The Conflict of Ideas in America

Farrar, Frederick William

1831-1903 6 100

Funeral Oration on General Grant

— (Speech)

Castelar, Emilio 1832-1899 3 159

Speeches:

A Plea for Republican Institu-
tions
In the Campo Santa of Pisa

Talmage, T. De Witt 1832-1902 9 364

Admiral Dewey and the Navy —
(Sermon)

Choate, Joseph Hodges

1832- 3 277

Farragut — (Speech)

Flanagan, Webster M. 1832- 10 317

" What Are We Here For?" —
(Celebrated Passages)

Allen, Ethan 1832- 1 139

A Call to Arms — (Speech)

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VOL. PAGE

Crookes, Sir William 1832- 4 268

The Realization of a Dream —
(Speech)

Ingersoll, Robert G. 1833-1899 7 125

Speeches:

Blaine, the Plumed Knight

At His Brother's Grave

A Picture of War

The Grave of Napoleon

The Imagination

Life

Ingalls, John J. 1833-1900 7 122

The Undiscovered Country —
(Speech)
Harrison, Benjamin 1833-1901 6 372

Inaugural Address — (Speech)
The Only People Who Can Harm

Us — (Celebrated Passages) 10 314

Weaver, James B. 1833- 10 316

" Brethren in Unity " (Celebrated
Passages)

Spurgeon, Charles Haddon

1834-1892 9 268

Everlasting Oxydization — (Ser-
mon)

Depew, Chauncey M. 1834- 5 149

Speeches:

The Columbian Oration
Liberty Enlightening the World
The Military Spirit in America
England and America Since the
Spanish War

Gibbons, James, Cardinal

1834- 6 224

To the Parliament of Religions —
(Speech)

Lubbock, Sir John (Lord Avebury)

1834- 7 396
The Hundred Best Books —

(Speech)

Brooks, Phillips 1835-1893 2 244

Addresses:

Lincoln as a Typical American
Power over the Lives of Others
Bland, Richard P. 1835-1899 2 132

The Parting of the Ways —
(Speech)
Potter, Henry Codman

1835-1908 g 362

Washington and American Aris-
tocracy — (Speech)
Nobility of Ascent — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 308

Adams, Charles Francis, Junior

1835- 1 33
The Battle of Gettysburg —

(Speech)
Campbell— Bannerman, Henry

1836-1908 3 93

The Supremacy of the People —
(Speech)
Chamberlain, Joseph 1836- 3 191

Speeches:

Empire and Home Rule
The Megaphone and Manhood
Suffrage



338



CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF ORATORS AND SUBJECTS



VOL. PACE

Moody. Dwight L. 1837-1899 8 188

Daniel and the Value of Character
— (Sermon)
Geveland, Grover 1837-1908 4 82

Speech :

First Inaugural Address
Celebrated Passages:

Communism of Capital 10 297

Condition, Not Theory 10 297

Innocuous Desuetude 10 303

Brewer, Justice David J.

1837-1910 1 ix

Oratory. The Masterful Art —
(Preface)

Porter. Horace 1837- 10 808

Mugwumps (Celebrated Passages)

Gambetta, Leon 1838-1882 6 189

France .\fter the German Con-
quest — (Speech)

Cook, Joseph 1838-1901 4 153

Ultimate America — (Speech)

Morley, John, Viscount Morley of

Blackburn 1838- 8 199

Speeches:

Dummy Lords or Dummy Com-
mons
" Millenium." " Pandemonium "

and " Pons Asinorum "
Brutality as an Imperial Method
The Golden Art of Truth-Tell-
ing

Hoyt, Reverend Doctor Wayland

1838- 10 295

Benevolent Assimilation and Mani-
fest Providence — (Celebrated
Passages)

Hill, James J. 1838- 7 56

A Canadian Lesson for the United
States — (Speech)

Reed. Thomas B. 1839-1902 9 44

The Immortality of Good Deeds —
(Speech)

Zola, Emile 1840-1902 10 285

His Appeal for Dreyfus —
(Speech)

Didon, Pere 1840- 5 231

Christ and Higher Criticism —
(Speech)

Watterson, Henry 1840- 10 316

Opening the World's Fair —
(Celebrated Passages)

Rothschild. Nathan Mayer, Baron

1840- 9 108

The Efflux of Capital — (Speech)

Edward VII. R. et I. 1841-1910 5 349

Speeches:

The Undivided Authority of the

Commons
Patriotism and Public Schools
Advantages of Local Colleges
Industry and Education
Government and Poverty
Enterprise and Competition
The Hazards of the Sea



VOL.

Laurier, Sir Wilfria 1841- 7

Speeches :

" Daughter Nations," Not Sat-
ellites
The British Flag in Csesar's City
The Character and Work of

Gladstone
Canada. England and the United
States
Daniel, John W. 1842-1910 4

Speeches:

At the Dedication of the Wash-
ington Monument
Was Jefferson Davis a Traitor?

McKinley, William 1843-1901 S

Speeches:

American Patriotism

The Dedication of the Grant

Monument
The World's Work in Civiliza-
tion
Celebrated Passages:

Benevolent Assimilation 10

Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth

1843- 5

Representative Extracts:
America
Omphalism
Allen, Edward A.
The Oratory



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1843- 1

of Anglo-Saxon



and



Countries — (Introduction)

Brown, Henry Armitt 1844-1878
Speeches :

One Century's Achievement
The Dangers of the Present
The Plea of the Future

Landsdowne, the Marquis of
1845-
Speeches:

" Predatory Taxation "
" Nationalizing " Land
Coercion and Repression as Im-
perial Policies

Parnell, Charles Stewart

1846-1891
Speeches :

His First Speech in America
Against Nonresident Landlords

Davitt, Michael 1846- 5

Ireland a Nation, Self-Chartered
and Self-Ruled — (Speech)

Rosebery, Archibald Philip Primrose,

Earl of 1847- 9

Speeches:

England under Socialism
Expansion and Dum-dum Bullets
" Penalizing Poor but Honest

Dukes "
Steaks from the Living Ox
Great Britain in Panorama
Preparations for Armageddon

Davidson, Most Reverend Randall
Thomas, Archbishop of Canter-
bury 1848- 5
" Hideous Outrages " of Subjuga-
tion — (Speech)



383



35



295
246



283



264



8 280



47



99



18



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339



VOL.

Balfour, Arthur James

1848- 1

Speeches :

The Lords as Appellants to the

People
The Lords as Upholders of
Government " Of, By and For
the People "
Dreadnoughts and Dukes
Education Continued Through
Life
Churchill, Randolph Henry Spencer

Speeches: 1849-1895 3

The Age of Action
Gladstone's Egyptian Inconsis-
tencies



PAGE

206



1850- 3

of Leadership —



Clark, Champ

The Courage
(Speech)

Taylor, Robert L. 1850- 10

Irish Heroism — (Celebrated Pas-
sages)

Birrell, Augustine 1850- 1

Introduction

Grady, Henry W. 1851-1889 6

The New South and the Race
Problem — (Speech)

Drummond, Henry 1851-1897 5

Speeches :

The Greatest Thing in the

World
Preparation for Learning
A Talk on Books

Lodge, Sir Oliver Joseph

1851- 7

Electrons and the Infinity of the
Universe — (Speech)

Dillon, John 1851- 5

" Tory Squires and Servant Girls'
Dollars " — (Speech)

Redmond, John E. 1851- 9

Home Rule as a Dominant Issue
— (Speech)

Carson, Hampton L. 1852— 3

American Liberty — (Speech)

Asquith, Herbert Henry

Speeches: 1852- 1

" Loaded Dice "— The Lords

Against the Constitution.
The Social Fabric as the Con-
dition of Values

Maxim, Hudson 1853— 8

Airships and High Explosives in
War — (Speech)

Borden, Robert Laird 1854- 2

Speeches:

Hope for Liberty and Democ-
racy
Young Canada and the Years

to Come
The Canadian Navy
The Cost of Prosperity

Eetabrooke, Henry D. 1854- 10

Altruism — (Celebrated Passages)



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381



304



273



313



S82



258



40



147



168



126



154



293



VOL. PACK

Cockran, William Bourke

1854- 4 116

Answering William J. Bryan —
(Speech)

Schuyler, William 1855- 9 13

The Orator's Training in Amer-
ica — (Introduction)

Gunsaulus, Frank W. 1856- 6 817

Healthy Heresies — (Speech)

Thomson, Sir Joseph John

Speeches: 1856- 9 400

Roentgen Rays and Other Great

Discoveries
Forces Which Move the World
Energy and the Exijlosion of
the Earth

Graves, John Temple 1856- 10 801

On Henry W. Grady — (Cele-
brated Passages)

Taft, William Howard 1857- 9 331

Speeches:

Modern Industrial Problems

National Policies in War and
Peace

The " Dependencies " and the
Southern States

Strikes, Boycotts and Injunc-
tions

Wealth and Poverty in the
Courts

Eyars, William Vincent

1857- 2 11

English Spelling Since Wyck-
liffe — (Introduction)
Roosevelt, Theodore 1858- 9 82

Speeches:

The Making of America
Property Rights and Preda-
tory Wealth

Curzon, Lord 1859- 4 847

Speeches:

All Civilization as the Work of

Aristocracies
** Native Gentlemen " at Home

and Abroad
The Most Valuable British
Asset

Labori, Maitre Fernand

c. 1859- 7 234

The Conspiracy against Dreyfus
—(Speech)

Bryan, William J. 1860- 2 293

The " Cross of Gold "—(Speech)
Beck, James M. 1861-

Celebrated Passages:

Expansion and the Spanish

War 10 294

"World Politics" 10 319

Parker, Sir Gilbert 1862- 5 xi

The Fine Art of Eloquence,
Ancient and Modern — (Intro-
duction)

Hughes, Charles Evans

1862- 7 88

The Rights of Manhood — (Speech)



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VOL. PAGE

BeverJdgc, A. J. 1862- 10 295

Just (jovernnients and the Con-
sent of the Governed — (Cele-
brated Passages)

Gottheil, Richard 1863- 6 269

Tlie Jews as a Race and as a
Nation — (Speech)

Lloyd-George, David 1S63- 7 368

Speeches:

The Signs of a Fair Day Com-
ing

Clearing Jebusites Out of the
Land

Modern Issues in Ancient
Welsh

A Campaign Guide for Con-
servatives

Cecil, Lord Robert 1864- 3 180

The Limehouse Policy —
(Speech)

Lang, Most Reverend Cosmo Gordon,

Archbishop of York 1864- 7 260

Socialism in England — (Speech)

George V, R. et I. 1865- 6 220

The Priceless Gift of Printing
—(Speech)



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Rutherford, Ernest 1871- 9 135

Electrons and Atomic Explosions
— (Speech)

Marconi, William 1874- S 81

The Conquest of the Atlantic
— (Speech)

Churchill, Winston Leonard Spencer

1874- 3 324

Free Trade and the Unearned



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