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Conde 2 159

Bourdaloue, Louis: The Passion of

Christ 2 189



432



GENERAL INDEX



Sermons and Pulpit Addresses —

i\,ltiinu-d VOL. PAGE

Rrooks, Phillips: Power over the

Lives of Others 2 244

liunyan, John: The Heavenly Foot-
man 2 315

Bushncll, Horace: The Dignity of

Human Nature 3 11

Butler, Joseph : The Government of

the Tonirue 3 21

Cahill. Daniel W.: The Last Judg-
ment 3 30

Calvin, John: The Necessity for

Courage 3 80

Campbell, Alexander: Mind the

Master Force 3 88

Carson, Alexander: The Glories of

Immortality 3 143

Chalmers, Thomas: When Old
Things Pass Away — War and
Truth — The Use of Living. . . 3 183
Channing, William Ellery: The

Man Above the State 3 200

Chajjin, Edwin Hubbell : The Sover-
eignty of Ideas — Peaceful In-
dustry — The Source of Modern
Progress — Scientia Liberatrix —
Rectitude Higher than Morality. 3 204
Chillingworth, William: False Pre-
tenses 3 274

Chrysostom, Saint John; The Bless-
ing of Death — The Heroes of
Faith — Avarice and Usury.... 3 805
Cranmer, Thomas: Against the Fear
of Death — Forgiveness of In-
juries 4

Cyprian: Unshackled Living 4

Cyril: The Infinite Artifices of

Nature 4

Damiani, Peter: The Secret of
True Greatness — New Testament

History as .'Mlegory 4

Davidson, Most Rev. Randall
Thomas, Archbishop of Canter-
bury: Hideous Outrages of Sub-
jugation 5

Dewey, Orville: The Genius of De-
mosthenes — • The Rust of Riches 5
Didon, P6re: Christ and Higher

Criticism 5

Dod, Albert B. : The Value of

Truth 5

Donne, John: Man Immortal, Body

and Soul 5

Dow, Lorenzo, Junior: Improve-
ment in America — Hope and

Despair 5

Drummond, Henry: The Greatest
Thing in the World — Prepara-
tion for Learning 5

Dwight, Timothy: The Pursuit of

Excellence 5

Edwards, Jonathan: Eternity of
Hell Torments — Wrath upon the
Wicked to the LTttermost — Sin-
ners in the Hands of an Angry

God 5 355

Fenelon, Franpois de Salignac de
la Mothe: Simplicity and Great-
ness — Nature as a Revelation.. 6 108
Fisher, John: The Jeopardy of

Daily Life 6 l.Sfi



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Sermons and Pulpit Addresses —

Continued VOL.

Flechier, Esprit: The Death of

Turenne 6

Gibbons, James, Cardinal: Address

to the Parliament of Religions. 6
Gregory of Nazianzus: Eulogy on

Basil of CsEsarea 6

Gunsaulus, Frank W. : Healthy

Heresies 6

Hare, Julius Charles: The Children

of Light

Herder, Johann Gottfried von: The

Meaning of Inspiration

Hildebert, Archbishop of Tours:

Rebecca at the Well 7

Kingsley, Charles: Human Soot...

Knox, John: Against Tyrants

Lacordaire, Jean Baptiste Henri:

The Sacred Cause of the Human

Race — Rationalism and Miracles

Lang, Most Rev. Cosmo Gordon,

Archbishop of York: Socialism

in England 7

Latimer, Hugh: Duties and Respect
of Judges — The Sermon of the
Plow — On the Pickings of

Officeholders

Leighton, Robert: Immortality....
Lewis, David, Bishop of LlandafF:

His Speech on the Scaffold

Luther, Martin: Address to the
Diet of Worms — The Pith of

Paul's Chief Doctrine

Manning, Henry Edward, Cardinal:

Rome the Eternal

Massillon, Jean Baptiste: The Curse

of a Malignant Tongue

Mather, Cotton: At the Sound of

the Trumpet

Melanchthon, Philip: The Safety of

the Virtuous

Moody, Dwight L. : Daniel and the

Value of Character

Newman, John Henry, Cardinal:

Property as a Disadvantage

Potter, Henry Codman: Washing-
ton and American Aristocracy..
Saurin, Jacques: The Effect of Pas-
sion

Spurgeon, Charles Haddon: Ever-
lasting Oxydization

Talmage, T. De Witt: Admiral

Dewey and the Navy 9

Taylor, Jeremy: The Foolish Ex-
change 9

Tertullian: The Beauty of Patience 9
Tyndale, William: The Use and

Abuse of Images and Relics.... 10
Wesley, John: The Poverty of Rea-
son — Sacra Fames Auri — On

Dressing for Display 10

Whitefield, George: The Kingdom

of God 10

Wyckliffe, John: A Rule for Decent
Living — Good Lore for Simple
Folk — Mercy to Damned Meti
in Hell — Concerning a Grain

of Corn 10

Servetus

Burned at Geneva 3

Service to party and country

Hayes, Rutherford B. — (Celebrated
Passages) 10



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General index



433



Seward, William H. vol. page

Biography 9 162

Speeches:

The Irrepressible Conflict... 9 164

Reconciliation in 1865 9 178

Born in Orange county. New York 9 163

Conspiracy to assassinate him 2 58

Out-generaled in the Republican

convention of 1860 9 1C3

Reads the inscription on Jefferson's

tomb 3 223

Shakespeare

Banquo's ghost in Webster's reply

to Hayne 10 118

Bushnell on the beauties and foul-
ness of his works 3 79

Compared to Young by Lord John

Russell 9 131

Emerson on his chief merit 5 394

Extraordinary character of his time 5 274
Ingersoll on his creative faculty.. 7 133

Method of his Hamlet 1 234

Quoted by Robertson, on life.... 9 61
Shell, Richard Lalor

Biography 9 183

Speeches:

Ireland's Part in English

Achievement 9 183

In Defense of Irish Catholics. 9 189

Born at Tipperary, Ireland 9 183

Shelburne, Lord

A friend of Washington 5 172

Answered by Burke 8 201

On money bills 8 201

Shelley's publisher tried for blasphemy. 9 345
Sheridan, Richard Brinsley

Biography 9 191

Speeches:

Closing Speech Against Hast-
ings — The Hoard of the

Begums of Oude 9 192

On the French Revolution 9 208

Patriotism and Perquisites.... 9 209

The Example of Kings 9 210

Celebrated Passages:

Commercialism Militant 10 297

Born at Dublin, Ireland 9 191

Sheridan, Fox, and Burke 1 xiv

Sherman, John

Biography 9 212

The General Financial Policy of

the Government — (Speech).... 9 212
Born in Lancester, Ohio 9 212

Ship-Money

(See Hampden.)
Crawley impeached by Waller in

the case of 10 63

Hyde, Earl of Clarendon, against

the King 7 112

Shoot Him on the Spot

Dix, John A. — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 312

Short Sermons

Storrs, R. S.— (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 313

Siddons present at the Hastings trial.. 2 338
Sidmouth, Mrs. Partington and the great

flood of 9 247

Sidney, Algernon

Biography 9 222

His Speech on the Scaffold — " Gov-
ernments for the People, and
Not the People for Govern-
ments "— (Speech) 9 222

28



Sidney, Algernon — Continued vol. page

Born in Kent 9 222

Sidney's death at Zutphen, Sumner on. 9 322
Sidney, Sir Philip

Reed, Thomas B., on his death.... 9 47
Silver coinage

Bland on 2 132

Discussed by William J. Bryan 2 294

Sink or Swim, Live or Die

Webster, Daniel — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 312

" Sink or Swim, Live or Die, Survive
or Perish," attributed to John Adams

by Webster 10 203

Sisters of Charity, The 6 229

Skilled labor in England, Archbishop

Lang on 7 263

Skunk, The, " a noisome, squat, and

nameless animal" 9 330

Slander

Barrow on 1 235

Slander as a social evil, Massillon on. 8 115
Slanderers as Insects

Brougham, Lord — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 312

Slavery

Abolition in the Northwest Terri-
tory proposed by Jefferson. .. .10 125

Beecher, Henry Ward, discussion

of 1 359-63

Benjamin, Judah P., on its protec-
tion by law 1 407

British slave trade, Wilberforce on

the 10 245

Brougham, Lord, on higher law in

England 10 303

Canning on Christianity and slav-
ery 3 106

Effects of Christianity on slavery. 6 231

Emancipation of British negroes

discussed by Lord Derby 5 176

Slavery In America

African slave trade begun in 1621. 6 176

Brown, John, raid 5 299

Brown, John, speech at his trial in

1859 10 302

Compromise of 1850 denounced by

Thaddeus Stevens 9 288

Confederate Constitution and negro

equality 9 285

Davis, Jefferson, on slavery and the

Declaration of Independence. . . 5 39
Douglas, Frederick, and the Anti-
slavery Society 5 282

Douglas on Squatter Sovereignty.. 5 297
Dred Scott case reviewed by Lin-
coln 7 339

Emigrant Aid Society of New Eng-
land 5 300

First slave ship said to have been

fitted out in Massachusetts 4 392

Garfield on 6 205

Garrison organizes the Massachu-
setts Antislavery Society 6 2t)8

Georgia prohibits slavery 4 391

Hill on its existence at the South. 7 54
Irrepressible Conflict, speech of

William H. Seward 9 164



434



GENERAL INDEX



Slavery In America ^ Continued vol. page
Issues against, forced by the Mex-
ican War 5 69

Jcflfcrson on emancipation, quoted

by Lincoln 7 353

Jefferson's clause abolisliing slavery

in the Northwest Territory 3 219

Lincoln on the Fugitive Slave Law 7 347
Massachusetts Antislavery Society,
Annual report of, quoted by

Toombs 9 454

Mexican slave law abrogated 9 174

.Mudsills by James IL Hammond.. 10 308

.\at Turner Insurrection 8 325

New England slave trade, Grady on 6 27C
Nullification of Fugitive Slave Law,

Garrison on 6 212

Opposed by Governor Randolph of

Virginia 10 121

Ordinance of 1787 discussed by

Webster 10 120

Parker on William and Ellen Craft 8 274
Parker, Theodore, attacks Daniel

Webster 8 274

Party positions on, stated by J. C.

Brcckenridge 2 210

Petition for its abolition presented

to the first Congress 10 121

Phillips, Wendell, on John P.rown. 8 31 S
Property in slaves under the Con-
stitution 2 217

Puritans of New England as slave

owners 4 392

Sectionalism and abolition, Vallan-

dighani on 10 34

Slave insurrections, Lincoln on... 7 352
Slavery abolition promoted by Wil-

berforce 10 245

Slavery and the annexation of

Cub:i, Giddings on 6 2.''i4

Slave trade in the first Congress.. 10 122
South Carolina's protest of 1727

against it 4 391

Twelve out of thirteen States slave-
holding in 1787 4 393

Van Buren, Martin, on its abolition

in the District of Columbia 9 172

Virginia statesmen prohibit slavery

in Northwest Territory 4 392

Slave Trade

.\pproved in England, when 2 263

Condemned by the first American

Congress 3 212

Pitt on England's share in 8 345

Slidell, Senator

Referred to by Judah P. Benjamin 1 401
Smith, Adam

On land values 1 178

On taxing ground rents 3 328

Smith, Gerrit

Biography 9 227

Liberty Destroyed by National

Pride — (Speech) 9 227

Born at Utica, New York 9 227

Smith, Goldwin

Biography 9 232

Speeches:

The Lamps of Fiction 9 233

The Origin and Causes of

Progress 9 239

The Secret Beyond Science. 9 244
Born at Reading, England... 9 232



Smith, Sidney voL. page
Biography 9 047

Speeches:

Mrs. Partington in Politics.. 9 247
The Results of Oppression.. 9 250
Reform and Stomach Troubles 9 252
" Wounds, .Shrieks, and

Tears" in Government 9 258

Born at Woodford, England 9 247

On the descent of man.... 8 £24

Smithfield, England, as a place of mar-
tyrdom 2 153

Smollett

" The Tears of Scotland "—(Poem) 1 375
Smucker's " Life and Times of Henry

Clay," quoted 9 134

Sober Second Thought

Ames, Fisher — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 312

Society and Government

Calhoun, John C. — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 312

Social fabric as the condition of values,

.^.squith on 1 178

Socialism

Socialism and feudalism, John

Stuart Mill on 8 202

Socialism called the negation of
faith and family by Lord Rose-

bery 9 101

Socialism in England, Archbishop

Lang on 7 260

Socialism, Morley on " dangerous

tide" of 8 201

Socialistic fallacy in taxation. Lord

Lansdowne on 7 268

Socialists, Revolutionists and Anar-
chists " in England 5 148

Sociology and Politics

American character, The, Emerson

on 5 384

Arbitration in international dis-
putes, Hayes on 6 401

Archbishop Davidson on nonresi-
dent control of "natives" 5 16

Archbishop Lang on socialism.... 7 2C0

Aristocracy and republicanism, Liv-
ingston on 7 361

Army not a part of the govern-
ment 9 419

Asquith, Herbert Henry, on the

social fabric and values 1 178

Balfour on Conservatism 1 214

Berryer on corporations and the

press 2 4 8

Bismarck on force in government 2 64

Blair, Frank P., on progress as a

popular evolution 2 117

Borden on liberty 2 154

Bright on the results of privilege in

England 2 239

Bullets and righteousness. Reverend

Doctor Wayland Hoyt on 10 295

Burke on use of the governmental
power by commercial corpora-
tions 2 344

Calhoun on the cohesive power of

capital 10 297

Capital punishment for' crimes fos-
tered by misgovernment 10 296

Channing, William Ellery, on the

man above the State 3 200



GENERAL INDEX



435



Sociology and Politics — Continued voh. page

Chapin on peaceful industry 3 205

Charters, Colonel, celebrated epitaph

on 9 47

Chateaubriand on representative

government 6 75

Choate, Rufus, on the final end of

government 3 301

Chrysostom against usury 3 309

Civilization and aristocracy 1 168

Civilization and individual liberty,

Guizot on 6 310

Civilization, Seward on its cause. 9 164
Clay on the wantonness of Amer-
ican prosperity 4 57

Cobden and Bright as Noninterven-

tionists 10 27

Coercive government as anarchy,

Chauncey M. Depew on 5 150

Coercive government, Erskine on. 6 64
Collusion between banks and gov-
ernment on loans 2 32

Consent or force in government. .8 26
Co-operation discussed by Edward

Everett 6 87

Corn Laws, Sir Robert Peel on the

repeal of S 285

Corporation charters, Tomlinson

versus Jessup 9 409

Corruption in politics, Emerson on 5 386

Corruption of civil war 10 56

Corwin on military preachers 4 174

Cousin on liberty an inalienable

right 4 193

Cousin on true politics 4 198

Cox, S. S., on The Sermon on the

Mount 4 213

Crime rarer in free countries 9 66

Crimes of cunning, denounced by

Roosevelt 9 96

Curran, John Philpot, on the liber-
ties of the indolent 4 321

Cushing on revolution as a divine

right 4 357

Dangers of a salaried bureaucracy. 6 171
Dangers of the present, Henry Ar-

mitt Brown on 2 285

Davis, David, on the caucus in gov-
ernment 5 20

Degradation's revenge on exclusive-

ness 9 4 6

Democracy at Athens discussed by

Pericles 8 306

Democracy, Jefferson on 7 163

Democracy, Patrick Henry on the

genius of 7 28

Discriminating taxation 2 311

Distribution of food and railroad

rates 2 83

Duty in contempt of death, Sir

Henry Vane 10 39

Education and public safety,

Phillips on 8 319

Education free and compulsory,

Danton for 4 400

Elections and corporation control

of the currency under Jackson.. 2 18
Emerson on Man the Reformer... 5 384

Exploitation and Religion 5 15

Expositions as time-keepers of prog-
ress 8 41

Farewell Address of George Wash-
ington 10 94



Sociology and Politics — Continued vol. page
Feudalistic idea of trade, Ruskin

on 9 123

Force and terror as means of gov-
ernment 2 406

Foreign influence in America,

Washington on 10 106

Gambetta on universal education. 6 192
Geography and principle, Jefferson

on 10 36

Government by parties discussed by

Washington 10 102

Government by the better element,

opposed by Benton 2 14

Government of the best cannot be

elected 4 161

Government powers derived from

the people 4 200

Government to restrain the strong,

Pym on S 396

Hamilton, Andrew, on nonresist-

ance 6 337

Happiness of the governed, the end

of government 6 162

Happiness of the people, the object

of government 8 297

Hate in politics. Canning on 3 108

Hero worship as a force in society. 3 124
Hospitals as a result of Christian-
ity, Gibbons on 6 229

Hugo on Christ as a sacrifice for

liberty, equality, and fraternity. 7 97

Idealists in practical politics 5 286

Ijrnorance and partisanship 3 140

Imprisonment for debt, Danton

against 4 399

Individual influence, Brooks on.. 2 251

Individual liberty, Otis on 8 266

Inequality above the law 3 89

Inequality of fortune and currency

control 2 32

Infanticide and Christianity 6 228

Inherent right of self-government,

Rumbold on 9 119

" Jeflfersonian Democracy " defined

by Jefferson 7 163

Kingly government, Franklin on

the tendency to 6 172

Kingsley. Charles, on human soot. . 7 196
Knox, John, on the limitation of

governmental power 7 220

Kossuth, Louis, on local self-govern-
ment 7 223

Kossuth, Louis, on power without

justice 10 309

Labor-saving machinery, Webster onlO 212
Latimer on the pickings of office-
holders ; 7 290

Law as the safeguard of liberty,

Pym on 8 389

Law-making, Robespierre on the ob-
jects of 9 66

Liberty and equality as dangerous

names, Plunkett on 8 356

Liberty and equality as prizes 3 79

Liberty and the prohibition of evil. 4 196
Liberty, The history of, by Everett 6 64
Locke's philosophy of human rights 3 94
Macaulay on coercion alternative to

education 8 23

Maidservants and higher learning.. 3 115
Mazzini on love as a political prin-
ciple S 133



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GENERAL INDEX



Sociology and Politics — C<J>i/i>iu^(i vol.
Military power, Patrick Henry on. 7
Minorities in government valuable

when firm 6

Mirabeau on feudalism S

Mob lawlessness, Harrison on 6

Money in elections 10

Moral influence of intellect, Hugo

on ^

Morality and popular government,

Washington on 10

Moral law in its relation to na-
tions 2

Morals of the majority limiting the

minority 9

Multiplicity of laws, Isocrates

against 7

National debts fostered by banks. 2

Nature not altered by laws 10

Neutrality in politics forbidden by

Solon 4

Newspapers as influenced by cor-
porations 2

New Zealand's taxes on land val-
ues 7

Nonintervention and evolution. .. .10
Nonintervention urged by Washing-
ton 10

Objects of government stated by

Pym g

Passive obedience, Patrick Henry

on 7

Patriotism and public schools, by

King Edward VII 5

Patriotism as a duty, defined by

Jolin Hampden 6

Pauperism and public revenues

great in England 2

Pendleton on government and lib-
erty 8

Phillips, Wendell, on education and

government 8

Political equality of races, Alexan-
der H. Ste()hens on 9

Popularity, Mirabeau on its fickle-
ness 8

Power of government, Hamilton on 6
Power, Washington on its abuse... 10
Practical politics. Bishop Potter on S
Presidential abuse of patronage as

a causa of civil war 10

Printing and progress. King

George V. on 6

Progress as a mode of mind 10

Progress during the nineteenth cen-
tury, Webster on 10

Progress in modern times, Chapin

on 3

Providence in politics, John A. Dix

on 5

Pulteney on arbitrary and free

government 8

Pym on law and conquest 8

Radicalism and liberty, Montalem-

bert on 8

Railroad corporations agents of the

State 2

Railroad corporations parts of the

civil government 2

Railroad corporations " removed

for misbehavior " 2

Railroad development west of the
Mississippi 2



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196

168

317

33

103

104

243

46

142
32

281

159

8r,

379

27

107

390

21

351

349

240

293

319

285

171
347
103
366

28

221

27

185
206
262

386

387

180
79
80



306



Sociology and Politics — Continued vol.
Railroads described as public high-
ways, not private property 2

Reforms as a cover for corruption

and oppression 2

Religion as a basis of good govern-
ment, Cook on 4

Representation and taxation, Hamil-
ton on 6

Republican alliances with despots,

Demosthenes on 5

Resistance to unlawful authority,

Hampden on 6

Resistance to unlawful authority,

Jekyll on 7

Revenues from drunkenness and

vice, Chesterfield against 3

Revenues from prostitution in India

under Hastings 2

Robespierre against capital punish-
ment 9

Roosevelt on predatory wealth 9

Rothschild on capital 9

Schurz, Carl, in favor of civil serv-
ice reform 9

Self-government and the govern-
ment of others, Grattan on 6

Self-government as an education,

Depew on 5

Self-government, Capacity for, dis-
cussed by Calhoun 3

Sheridan on commercialism mili-
tant 10

Smith, Reverend Sydney, on strong

government 9

Social and political corruption char-
acterized by B. Gratz Brown... 2
Spending the earnings of posterity,

James J. Hill on 7

Standing armies, Joseph Warren on.lO

Subjugation and religion 5

Sumner on the principle of national

greatness 9

Taft on industrial problems 9

Taylor, Jeremy, on tyrants in hell. 9
Terrorism defended by Robespierre 9
Universal suffrage, Frelinghuysen

on 6

Universal suffrage, Randolph

against 9

Use of public credit by corporations

denounced 2

Use of public funds for private

banking purposes 2

Virtue not created by laws, Isoc-
rates on • • • "^

War as it affects society 2

Wealth as a danger, Gladstone on. 6
Welfare of the public as a supreme

law 7

Wesley on undue accumulation. .. .10
Socrates

Biography 9

Address to His Judges After
They Had Condemned Him —

(Speech) 9

.\lcibiades> 5n his eloquence 9

Born at Athens 470 B. C 9

Buried by subscription 2

Proposes that his judges should
maintain him at the public ex-
pense 9



FAGB

78

346

163

332

143

351

168

263

387

63
94

108

154
297

157

77

297

258

281

57
87
15

321

333

871

6S

175

31

31

30

142
239

250

69
231

260



261
261
260
143



262



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437



Socrates — Continued vol. page
Robespierre on his belief in im-
mortality 9 72

Sentenced to death 9 264

Socrates and Christ, Sir Henry Vane

on 10 42

Solar systems and heavens 7 384

Soldiers shooting under orders indicted

for murder 9 417

Solon

His law against cowardice cited by

^schines 1 106

Constitution of, eulogized by Isoc-

rates 7 187

Solon on the best government, cited by

Tooke 9 415

Somers, Thurloe, and Whitlocke 1 xiii

Somerset, The Duke of, on the budget

of 1909 5 147

Sophroniscus, father of Socrates 9 260

Soudan, The

Churchill on 3 321

Soule, Pierre

American Progress — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 312

South Africa

Chamberlain on 3 193

Curzon on English profits from.... 4 353

England and Germany in 5 175

King Edward VII. on union of.... 5 349
South African war and fall of British

securities 9 111

Tsouth African war, Lloyd-George

mobbed during the 7 369

South American communication said to

be manufactured at Washington.... 9 35
■South American revolutions

Webster on 10 197

Southampton and aerial bombardment.. 9 296

South Carolina

Abbeville District, birthplace of

John C. Calhoun 3 44

Action against the stamp act 1 356

Charleston speech of William Lloyd

Garrison in 1865 6 213

Cheves, Langdon, sent to Congress

from 3 268

Convention of 1851 " to establish a

Southern Republic" 1391-2

Eulogized by John C. Calhoun.... 3 46

Hammond, James H., Cotton is

king 10 298

Hayne on the South Carolina doc-
trine 6 404

Hayne, Robert Y., a United States

Senator from 6 404

Interests of, stated by John C. Cal-
houn 3 58

Laurenses, Rutledges, and Pinck-

neys, etc., Webster on 10 156

Legare, Hugh S., on constitutional

liberty a tradition 10 298

MacDuffie, George, on representa-
tive government 10 310

Nullification decided on 3 64

Rutledge, John, President of South

Carolina in 1776 9 138

The "Carolina Doctrine" 3 66

Vote in the presidential election of

1800 1 260

Webster on South Carolina view of

the tariff 10 139



Southern patriotism vol. page
Rollins, James Sidney — (Cele-
brated Passages) 10 311

Southern States

Adams, Charles Francis, on their

grievances in 1861 1 30

Beecher, Henry Ward, addresses

them in 1865 1 357

Grady on their resources 6 275

Hayes, Rutherford B., on their

calamities 6 397

South Pole, approached by Lieutenant

Shackleton 9 99

Sovereignty of individual manhood

Uhlman, D. — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 312

Sovereignty of the States

Adams, John Quincy, on 1 77

Bayard, James A., against 1 259

Calhoun on its obligations 3 65

Evarts on 6 60

Faneuil Hall memorial of 1809

quoted by Hayne 6 409

Hamilton on the coercion of delin-
quent states 6 325

Hayne on Foot's Resolution 6 404

Hayne's doctrine of, defined by

Webster 10 158

Is the Government Federal or Na-
tional? by Luther Martin 8 104

Kentucky resolutions quoted by

Hayne 6 407

Lansing declares it subverted by the

Federal Constitution 7 274

Limitations of, discussed in Flet-
cher versus Peck 10 215

Madison on State sovereignty and

Federal supremacy 8 61

Madison report, Hayne on 6 405

Nullification reviewed by Jackson. 7 145



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