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American Union — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 298

Bocarme, ^Madame

Used as an illustration in the case

of Mrs. Surratt 1 132

Bolingbroke, Lord

Biogtaphy 2 138

Representative Passages:

Misfortune and Exile 2 138

Patriotism 2 147

Bonaparte, Napoleon

Address to the army of Italy 10 293

At Elba 3 11

Europe, all Cossack or all Republi-
can 9 166

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Bonaventura, Saint vol. page

Biography 2 149

The Life of Service — (Sermon). 2 149
Bonds, extravagance and corruption in

the issue of 7 68

Books

The Hundred Best, by Sir John

Lubbock 7 397

(See Literature.)
Booted and spurred privilege

Rumbold against 9 119

Booth. John Wilkes

Assassin of President Lincoln.... 1 117

Bingham on his conspiracy 2 50

His murder of President Lincoln

described 2 53'

Booth, William

Biography 2 152

Moral Courage Against Ridicule. 2 152
Borden, Robert Laird

Biography 2 154

Hope for Liberty and Democracy 2 154
Young Canada and the Years to

Come 2 156

The Canadian Navy 2 156

The Cost of Prosperity 2 157

Bossuet, Jacques Benigne

Biography 2 159

Funeral Oration over the Prince of

Conde 2 161

Boston

Brooks, Phillips, in 2 244

Dickens on its culture 4 160

Douglas, Frederick, at Music Hall

in 1S60 5 282

Garrison, William Lloyd, in the

Boston jail 6 213

Hale on Boston's place in history. 6 319
Holmes, Oliver Wendell, on Boston

as the Hub 10 295

Its port closed by England 1 75

Merchants' association of, ad-
dressed by Grady 6 273

North, Lord, proposes to close its

harbor 1 405

Ouincy's, Josiah, oration, at the

Second Boston Centennial S 402

The massacre of, 1770, commented

on by John Adams 1 47

Boston Massacre, the

Adams, John, on 1 47

Hancock on 6 857

Quincy's, Josiah, defense of the

British soldiers S 398

Warren's oration on 10 81

Botts, John Minor

Imprisoned by the Confederates.. 4 136
Boudinot, Elias

Biograpliy 2 180

The Mission of America —

(Speech) 2 181

Bourdaloue, Louis

Biography 2 189

The Passion of Christ — (Ser-
mon) 2 190

Boutwell, George S.

Biography 2 203

President Johnson's " High Crimes

and Misdemeanors "— (Speech) 2 204
Bragg, Edward S.

Loving Him for His Enemies —

(Celebrated Passages) 10 305

Breach of promise

Coleridge on 4 127



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Breckciiriilgc, John C.

liiography

The Dred Scott Decision —

(Speech) 2

Brethren in Unity '
Weaver, James B. — (Celebrated
Passages) ^0

Brewer, David J.

Un oratory — Demosthenes and
his art; Webster's reply to
Hayne; oratory, the masterful
art; Cicero against Catiline;
Anglo-Saxon oratory; oratory of
Modern Europe; scope of the

World's Best Orations 1

and Lloyd-George 7

John

Biography 2

Speeches:

Will the United States Subju-
gate Canada ?

Morality and Military Great-
ness

American institutions defended by
Bristol, visited by King Edward



VOL. PACK

. 2 215



215



316



Bright
Bright.



British and Anglo-Saxon Orators
(.See also under Ikki.and, Canada, etc.)

ylilrcd — (Sermons) 1

Anselm, Saint — (Sermon) 1

Arnold, Thomas — (Sermon) .... 1
Asquith, Herbert Henry —

(Speeches) 1

Avebury, Lord — -(See Lubbock).. 7

Bacon, Francis — (Speech) 1

Balfour, Arthur James —

(Siieeches and Address) 1

Barre, Colonel Isaac — (Celebrated

Passages) 10

Barrow, Isaac — (Sermon) 1

Baxter, Richard — (Sermon) .... 1
Beaconsfield, Lord — (Orations and

speeches) 1

Bede, the Venerable — (Sermons) 1

Belhaven, Lord — (Speech) 1

Birrell, Augustine — (Introduction). 1

Bolingbroke. Lord 2

Booth, William — (Sermon) 2

Borden, Robert Laird —

(Speeches and Address) 2



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196

206

313
234

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334

293
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Bright, John — (Speeches) 2

Brougham, Lord — (Speeches) ... 2

Bunyan, John — (Sermon) 2

Burke, Edmund — (Speeches; . . . li
Burke, Father " Tom "— (Cele-
brated Passages) 10

Butler, Josepk — (Sermon) 3

Byron, Lord — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10

Caird, John — -(Speech) 3

Campbell-Bannerman, Henry —

(Speech)

Canning, George — (Speeches) ..
Carlyle, Thomas — (Addresses) . .
Cecil, Lord Robert — (Speech)...
Chalmers, Thomas — (Sermons) .,
Chamberlain, Joseph — (Speeches)
Chatham, William, Viscount Pitt

and Earl of — (Speeches) 3 233

Chesterfield, Philip Dormer Stan-
hope, Earl of— (Speech) 3 263

Chillingworth, William — (Ser-
mon) 3 274



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British and Anglo-Saxon Orators —

Coniiv.ncd VOL.
Churchill, Randolph Henry Spen-
cer — (Speeches) 3

Churchill, Winston Leonard Spen-
cer — (Speech) 3

Cobbett, William — (Speech) .... 4
Ciibden, Richard — (Sjiecches) .. 4
Coke, Sir Edward — (Speech) .... 4
Coleridge, John Duke — (Speech) 4
Coleridge, Samuel Taylor — (Cele-
brated Passages) 10

Cranmcr, Thomas — (Sermons) .. 4
Cromwell, Oliver — (Speech) .... 4
Crookes, Sir William — (Address) 4
Culpeper, Sir John — (Speech) . . 4
Curran, John Philpot — (Speeches) 4

Curzon, Lord — (Speech) 4

Davidson, Most Reverend Randall
Thomas, Archbishop of Canter-
bury — (Speech) 5

Davitt, Michael — (Speech) 5

Denman, Thomas, Baron —

( Speech) 5

Derby, the P2arl of — (Speech)... 5
Dcring, Sir Edward — (Speeches) 5
D'Ewes, Sir Simon — (Speech).. 5
Digby, Lord George — (Speeches). 5
Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth,

Bart 5

Dillon, John — (Speech) 5

Donne, John — (Sermon) 5

Dorset, the Earl of — (Speech).. 5
Drummond, Henry — (Addresses). 5
Edward VII, R. et I. — (Speech

and Responses) 5

Eliot, Sir John — -(Speech) 5

Emmet, Robert — (Speech) 5

Erskine, Thomas, Lord —

(Speeches) 6

Falkland, Lucius. Lord — (Speech) 6
Farrar, Frederick William —

(Speech) 6

Finch, Sir Heneage — (Speech) . . 6

Fisher, John — (Sermon) 6

Flaxman, John — (Address) 6

Flood, Henry — (Celebrated Pas-
sages). 10

Fox, Charles James — (Speeches) 6
George V, R. et T. — (Address) . . 6
Gladstone, William Ewart —

(Speeches) 6

Grattan, Henry — (Speeches) ... 6
Grimstone, Sir Harbottle —

(Speech) 6

Hall, Robert — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10

Hampden, John — (Speech) 6

Hare, Jtdius Charles — (Sermon). 6
Harrison, Thomas — (Speech) .. 6

Hazlitt. William — (Address) 6

Holborne, Sir Robert — (Speech) 7
Hughes, Thomas — (Address) .... 7
Huskisson, William — (Celebrated

Passages) 10

Huxley, Thomas Henry — (Ad-
dress) 7

Hyde, Edward, Earl of Clarendon

— (Speeches) 7

James, Henry, Baron James of

Hereford — (.Speech) 7

Jikyll, Sir Joseph — .(Speech).... 7
Kelvin, William Thomson, Lord

— (Address) 7



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British and Anglo-Saxon Orators —

Continued vol. pace

Kingsley, Charles — (Address) ....7 196
Lang, Most Reverend Cosmo Gor-
don, Archbishop of York —

(Speech) 7 260

Lansdovvne, The Marquis of —

(Speech) 7 264

Lardner, Dionysius — (Address).. 7 277

Latimer, Hugh — (Sermons) .... 7 281
Laurier, Sir Wilfrid — (Speeches

and Address) 7 292

Leighton, Robert — (Sermon) ... 7 321

Lenthall, William — (Speech) ... 7 327
Lewis, David, Bishop of Llandaff

— (Speech) 7 331

Lloyd-George, David — (Speeches) 7 868

Lodge, Sir Oliver — (Address)... 7 382
Lubbock, Sir John, Lord Avebury

— (Address) 7 396

Lyndhurst, Lord — (Speech) 7 419

Lytton, Edward George Earle Lyt-

ton Bulwer, Baron — (Address) 7 432
Macaulay, Thomas Babington Ma-

caulay. Baron — (Speeches) ... S 13

Macdonald, Sir John Alexander.. S 28
Mackintosh, Sir James —

(Speeches) S 47

Manning, Henry Edward, Cardinal

— (Address) S 69

Mansfield, William Murray, Earl

of — (Speeches) 8 74

Meagher, Thomas Francis —

(Speech) S 136

Meredith, Sir W. — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 300

Miller, Hugh — (Speech) S 144

Milton, John— (Speech) S 148

Montgomery, James — (Speech).. S 183

More, Sir Thomas — (Speech) S 193

Morley, John, Viscount Morley, of
Blackburn — (Speeches and Ad-
dress) S 199

Miiller, Max — (Speech) S 223

Newman, John Henry, Cardinal — •

(Sermon) S 230

O'Connell, Daniel — (Speeches) .. S 23.5
Palmerston, Henry John Temple,

Viscount — (Speeches) S 268

Parker, Sir Gilbert — (Introduc-
tion) 5 xi

Parnell, Charles Stewart —

(Speeches) S 280

Peel, Sir Robert — (Speeches) 8 285

Penn, William — (Speech) 8 299

Phillips, Charles— (Speech) 8 313

Pitt, William — (Speeches) 8 SS'S

Plunkett, William Conyngham

Plunltett, Baron — (Speech) .. S 350

Pulteney, William — (Speech) ... S 380

Pym, John — (Speeches) 8 387

Raleigh, Sir Walter — (Speech).. 9 18
Redmond, John E. — (Speech)... 9 40
Reynolds, Sir Joshua — (Address) 9 50
Robertson, Frederick W. — (Ad-
dress) 9 56

Rosebery, The Earl of —

(Speeches and Address) 9 99

Rothschild, Nathan Mayer, Baron

— (Speech) 9 108

Rumbold, Richard — (Speech) ...9 117

Ruskin, John — (Speech) 9 121

Russell, Lord John — (Address).. 9 126

Rutherford, Ernest — (Address)... 9 13.".



British and Anglo-Saxon Orators —

Continued vol. page

Sheil, Richard Lalor — (Speeches) 9 183
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley — -

(Speeches) 9 191

Sidney, Algernon — (Speech) 9 222

Smith, Goldwin — (Addresses) 9 232

Smith, Sydney — (Speeches) 9 247

Spurgeon, Charles Haddon — (Ser-
mon) 9 268

Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn — (.Ad-
dress) 9 274

Stone, Capper and Baden-Powell —

(Address and Debate) 9 249

Strafford, the Earl of — (Speech) 9 308
Talfourd, Sir Thomas Noon —

(Speech) 9 345

Taylor, Jeremy — (Sermon) 9 369

Thackeray, William Makepiece —

(Addresses) 9 381

Thomson, Sir Joseph John — (Ad-
dress) 9 400

Tooke, John Home — (Speech)... 9 414
Tyndale, William — (Sermon) ...10 15
Tyndall, John — (Addresses) ....10 19
^'ane, Sir Henry — (Speeches) . ..10 37

Waller, Edmund — (Speech) 10 63

Walpole, Sir Robert and Horace —

(Speeches) 10 70

Wesley, John — (Sermons) 10 227

Whitefield, George — (Sermon) . ...10 238
Wilberforce, William — (Speech). .10 245

Wilkes, John — (Speech) 10 2 54

M'yckliffe, John — (Sermons) ....10 272
Vvyndham, Sir William —

(Speeches) 10 279

British Association for the Advance-
ment of Science 9 400

British Association for the Advance-
ment of Science, Crooke, president

of 4 260

British colonization in America, re-
viewed by President Roosevelt 9 85

British foreign loans. Lord Rothschild

on 9 111

British Naval Defense bills 5, 350

British Record in Africa, Wilberforce

on 10 246

British Royal Institution, addressed by

Marconi S 81

British securities. Lord Rothschild on.. 9 111
British slave trade in the eighteenth

century, Wilberforce on 10 245

British Whigs and American Republi-
cans 9 40

Brodie, Sir Benjamin 4 2G0

Brooks, Phillips

Biography 2 244

Speeches:

Lincoln as a typical American 2 244
Power over the lives of others 2 2. 01
Brooks, Preston S.

Biography 2 254

The Assault on Sumner —

(Speech) 2 254

Brougham, Lord

Biography 2 258

Speeches:

Against Pitt and War with

America 2 261

Closing Argument for Queen

Caroline 2 265

Celebrated Passages:

Higher Law in England 10 303



356



GENERAL INDEX



Brougham. Lord — Continued vol. page

Law Reform 10 304

Public Boiiefactors and their

Reward 10 310

Slanderers as Insects 10 312

Appoints Charles Phillips commis-
sioner in bankruptcy 8 313

His tribute to Burke quoted 2 334

On the character and eloquence

of the Younger Pitt 8 33H

On the character and oratory of

Mirabeau 8 154

Brown, B. Gratz

Biography 2 274

A Prophecy— (Speech) 2 275

Brown, Henry Armitt

Biography 2 283

Speeches :

One Century's Achievement.. 2 283
The Dangers of the Present. 2 285

The Plea of the Future 2 286

Brown, John

(See John Brown of " Ossawatomie.")
Browning, Robert. His poem of

"Saul" quoted 1 35

Quoted by Henry Drummond 5 318

Brownlow, William Gannaway

Biography 2 288

Speeches:

The Value of the American

Union 2 290

Grape Shot and Hemp 2 290

Brutality as a government method de-
nounced by Lord Morley 8 204

Brutus, Marcus, quoted by Bolingbroke 2 141
Bryan, William J.

Biography 2 293

The " Cross of Gold "— (Speech). 2 294

.^nswered by Cockran 4 116

Bryant, Edgar E.

War and the Constitution — (Cele-
brated Passages) 10 315

Bryant, William CuUen

Biography 2 302

The Greatness of Burns — (Speech) 2 302
A favorite after-dinner speaker.. 2 302
Bryce, James, lectures of, at Yale cited

by Borden 2 155

Bryce on tyrannical tendencies of

single chamber legislatures 1 212

Buchanan, James

Biography 2 306

Inaugural Address — (Speech).... 2 307
Buckley, Rev. R. M. on Curran and

the Irish school of oratory 4 269

Budget of 1909, British

(See also under England, Politi-
cal Economy, etc.)

Archbishop of York on 7 2C0

Asquith on 1 170

Attacked by Balfour 1 209

Attacked by Lord Lansdowne... 7 265

Defended by Lloyd-George 7 37 7

Defended by Morley 8 200

Defended by Winston Churchill.. 3 324
Lansdowne amendment to, opposed

by Morley 8 200

Lord Curzon against 4 347

Lord Denman on 5 146

Lord James on 7 149

Lord Robert Cecil on 3 180

Lord Rosebery against 9 99

Lord Rothschild against 9 108

Redmond on 9 42



Bucll, Major-General vol. page

Publishes his thanks to Garfield. 2 92

Buller, Justice 10 217

Bulwcr-Lytton

(See LvTTON.)
Bunker Hill

Warren killed at the battle of.. 10 80
Bunker Hill monument

Webster's address at the laying of

its corner-stone 10 182

Bunyan, John

Biography 2 315

The Heavenly Footman — (Ser-
mon) 2 816

Burchard, Samuel Dickinson

Rum, Romanism, and Rebellion —

(Celebrated Passages) 10 811

Burges, Tristam

Biography 2 328

The Supreme Court — (Speech).. 2 329
Burke, Edmund

Biography 2 334

Speeches:

Opening the Charge of Brib-
ery against Hastings 2 337

Against Coercing America 2 406

Principle in Politics 2 412

Marie .Antoinette 2 417

Celebrated Passages:

Arbitrary Power Anarchical. .10 294
Arbitrary Power and Con-
quest 10 294

Fire Bells as Disturbers of

the Peace 10 299

Hampden's Twenty Shillings. 10 302

Judges and the Law 10 304

Brougham on his power as an

orator 2 334

His emotional nature 2 336

His speech on conciliation quoted

from by Edward A. Allen 1 xix

Matthews on his eloquence 2 334

Quoted by Chauncey M. Depew on
the influence of the United

States 5 160

Superior to every orator ancient

or modern 2 S'4

Burke, Sheridan and Fox, compared... 1 xiv
Burke's political principles defined by

Morley 9 82

Burke, Father " Tom "
Celebrated Passages:

All Men Fit for Freedom... 10 293

America and Ireland 10 295

Freedom of Conscience 10 200

Burlamaqui on war 4 91

Burlingame, Anson

Biography 2 419

Massachusetts and the Sumner As-
sault — (Speech) 2 420

Burlingame treaty, The 2 420

Burns, Robert

Centennial address of William Cul-

len Bryant on his greatness... 2 808

Burr, Aaron

Defended by Edmund Randolph.. 9 23
Prosecuted by William Wirt 10 262

Burr and Blennerhassett, by William

Wirt 10 262



GENERAL INDEX



357



Bushnell, Horace vol. page

Biography 3 11

The Dignity of Human Nature —

(Sermon) 3 11

Bute, the Marquis of, charged with

evading taxes 7 373

Uutler, Benjamin F.

Biography 3 16

"Article Ten "— (Speech) 3 18

His reply when denounced 3 16

Butler, Joseph

Biography 3 21

The Government of the Tongue —

(Sermon) 3 21

Butler, Senator, of South Carolina

Denounced by Sumner 9 323

Byars, William Vincent

English spelling since Wyckliffe.. 2 11
Byrhtnoth

His answer to the Danes 1 xlx

Byron, Lord

Capital punishment for Crimes
Fostered by Misgovernment —

(Celebrated Passages) 10 296

On the genius of Curran and

Erskine 4 270

Quoted by J. Proctor Knott 7 212

Stanza on Grattan 6 278



Cable, Lord Kelvin's work on the At-
lantic 7 189

Cabci's Icarian band, Dilke on 5 251

Cassar, Caius Julius

Biography 3 25

On the Conspiracy of Catiline —

(Speech) 3 25

Pleaconsfield on the effect of his

assassination 1 300

Commentaries of, studied by the

Prince of Conde 2 172

Compared to Cato 3 168

His death referred to by Lord

Belhaven 1 377

Robespierre on his profound art.. 9 72

Csesarism in England, Asquith on 1 176

Cahill, Daniel W.

Biography 3 30

The Last Judgment — (Sermon) . . 3 30
Caillard, Sir Vincent, on invasion of

England by flying machines 9 295

Caird, John

Biography 3 34

The Art of Eloquence — (Address) 3 34
Calcutta, Council of, addressed by Sir

Norman Baker S 205

Caldwell, Doctor

On Fisher Ames 1 144

Calhoun, John C.

Biography 3 43

Speeches:

Against the Force Bill 3 45

Denouncing Andrew Jackson. 3 72
Replying to Henry Clay. ... 3 74
Self-Government and Civiliza-
tion 3 77

Individual Liberty 3 78

Celebrated Passages:

Coercion and Union 10 297

Governmental Power and Pop-
ular Incapacity 10 301



Calhoun, John C. — Continued vol. page

Society and Government 10 312

Taxation when Unnecessary a

Robbery 10 313

The Cohesive Power of Capi-
tal 10 297

Defends himself against the

charge of being a protectionist. 3 54

Embargo opposed by him 3 57

California

Influence of transcontinental rail-
roads on 1 398

Mexican War fought for its con-
quest 5 58

Robert Toombs on its admission to

the Union 9 422

Seward on its admission in 1850. 9 172
Calvin, John

Biography 3 80

The Necessity for Courage — (Ser-
mon) 3 81

Calvinistic Methodist chapel and its

landlord 7 375

Cambon, Pierre Joseph

Biography 3 83

The Crisis of 1793 — (Speech) . . 3 84
Defends the Committee of Public

Safety in 1793 3 86

Cambridge University

Balfour educated at 1 207

Sir Simon D'Ewes on 5 194

Cameron, Lovett, in Africa 5 18

Cameron, Simon, Secretary of War

Reported on by committee 10 65

Campbell, Alexander

Biography 3 88

Mind the Master Force — (Ad-
dress) 3 88

Campbell-Bannerman, Sir Henry

Biography 3 93

The Supremacy of the People.... 3 97
Campbell-Bannerman becomes Prime

Minister in 1905 3 96

Campbell-Bannerman's resolution against

veto by the Lords 1 173

Canada

Bright, John, on the possibility of

its subjugation 2 220

Canada not as profitable to Eng-
land as India 4 352

Canadian and English spelling.... 2 13
Canadian Canal system, James J.

Hill on the 7 57

Canadian College in Rome 7 294

Canadian debt, Borden on increase

of 2 157

Canadian expenditures, Liberal and

Conservative 2 158

Canadian government promotes first

success in wireless telegraphy, g 83
"Canadian Nation," Borden on.. 2 156

Canadian Navy, Borden on 2 156

Canadian opportunities for young

men 2 156

Canadian-Pacific, The, and its

American promoters S 28

Canadian prosperity. Chamberlain

on 3 195

Canadian wireless station, Marconi

on 8 84

Chivalry of French Canadians... 7 295



358



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Canada — Continued vol.

Dickinson on its attitude in 1775. 5

DreadnouRlits for Canada 7

Duffy, Sir Charles, on Canadian

Home Rule 6

FieldinR and Laurier aid Marconi 8
First settlements of, on the St.

Lawrence 9

Georgian Bay Canal 7

Gladstone on Canadian autonomy. 6

Grand Pre. Nova .Scotia 2

Laurier, premier of, 1899 7

Lord Lansdowne, Governor-General

of 7

Macdonald, Sir John Alexander,

his work in federating Canada. S
Macdonald's reply to Pacific Rail-
way charges 8

Mackintosh on the autonomy of

British colonies 8

Montreal, Society of St. Sulpice. 7

Nova Scotia, Borden born in 2

Papineau, a French-Canadian

leader . . 6

Quebec, French-Canadians of 7

Quincy, Josiah, against its conquest

by the United States 8

Smith, Goldwin, professor in

Toronto University 9

Toronto News on New Zealand's

" Dreadnought " 7

Welland Canal 7

Winnipeg, Canada, Scientific ad-
dresses at 9

Canadian Orators

Borden, Robert Laird 2

Hill, James J 7

Laurier, Sir Wilfrid 7

Macdonald, Sir John Alexander —

(Speeches) 8

Smith, Goldwin — (Addresses) 9 .

Canning, George

Biography 3

Speeches:

England in Repose 3

Christianity and Oppression.. 3

Hate in Politics 3

Celebrated Passages:

Napoleon after the Battle of

Leipsic 10

Spanish-American independ-
ence 10

As a humorist and poet 3

Criticized by Edward Everett 6

On the abstract love of the cart

whip 5

Canterbury, Archbishop of 5

Canuleius

Against the Patricians — (Cele-
brated Passages) 10

Cape Town, first session of South Afri-
can legislature at 5

Capital, Lord Rothschild on the efflux
of 9

Capital and Labor

(See Labor and Capital.)

Capital Punishment

For Crimes Fostered by Misgovem-
ment
Byron, Lord — (Celebrated

Passages) 10

Robespierre on 9



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Capper, Col. John Edward, Commandant

of Balloon School at Aldershot. . . . 9
Carbon and cobalt in vvireless telegraph

coherer 8

Cardiff tailorshop and the Bute castle. 7
Carlisle, John G., quoted on Finance

and Coinage 2

Carlyle, Thomas

Biography 3

Addresses:

The Edinburgh Address 3

The Heroic in History 3

Carlyle, Macaulay, and Ruskin

Morley on 8

Carlyle on work and hope, quoted by

Borden 2

Carlyle's pessimism repudiated by Mor-
ley 8

Carnot, Lazare Nicolas Marguerite

Biography 3

Against Imperialism in France —

(Speech) 3

Caroline, Queen of England

Argument for, by Lord Brougham. 2
Carpenter, Matthew Hale

Biography 3

Speeches:

Rejilying to the Grand Duke

Alexis 3

The Louisiana Returning

Board 3

In Favor of Universal Suf-
frage 3

Carrying War Into Africa

Scipio — (Celebrated Passages) ..10
Carson, Alexander

Biography 3

The Glories of Immortality —

(Speech) 3

Carson, Hampton L.

Biography 3

American Liberty — (Speech) .... 3
Cass. LevTis

Biography 3

American Progress and Foreign

Oppression — (Speech) 3

Opposes Charles Sumner 9

Cassagnac

On the Dreyfus case 7

Castelar, Emilio

Biography 3

Speeches:

A Plea for Republican Institu-
tions 3

In the Campo Santo of Pisa. 3

Cathode rays, Crookes on 4

Catholicism defended by Sheil 9

Catholic University of Dublin 5

Catiline

Cicero against 3

Indirectly defended by Caesar — . 3
Cato the Elder

Woman's Rights — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10

Cato Uticensis

Biography 3

Against the Accomplices of Cati-
line — (Speech) 3

Characterized by Sallust 3

His loss of an election 2

His suicide referred to by Des-
moulins 5



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294


?3


373


300


112


113


124


210


155


204


128


129


265


135


136


138


140


296


143


143


147


147



150

151
326

238

159



160

165
262
189
258

333
25



318

168

169
168
146

193



GENERAL INDEX



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Catron, Justice vol. page

Opinion in the Dred Scott case.. 1 403

Cavaliers and Puritans

Depew on 5 1C5

Cavoitr, Camillo Benso, Count di

Biography 3 173

Rome and Italy — -(Speech) 3 174

Compared to Gladstone by Sir Wil-
frid Laurier 7 297

Cecil, Lord Robert

Biography 3 180

The Limehouse Policy 3 ISO

Celts in America

Dilke on 5 250

Cemetery Ridge at Gettysburg

Referred to by Charles Francis

Adams, Junior 1 S3

Censorship of the Press

Denounced by Constant 4 152

Royer-Collard on 9 114

Cent per cent in New England

Higginson, John — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 297

Centennial of 1876, Winthrop's oration

on— (Extract) ...10 317

Center of population. The, in United

States 6 374

Centralization

Centralization of money denounced

by Benton 2 30

Clay, Clement C, on the concen-
tration of banking capital 3 394

Corbin against Patrick Henry. ... 4 166
Centralization in the United States

Depew on 5 158

Excessive accumulation of money

denounced by Chillingworth . . . . 3 275
Giles on its growth in America. . . 7 4 08
Hecker on industrial centralization

in America 7 426

Lansing on its probable growth.. 7 274



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