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Opposed by Francis Corbin 4 165

Origin of Federal power discussed

by Gallatin 6 185

Relations of the theory to territory

acquired by purchase 1 401

State sovereignty under the Con-
stitution, Webster on 10 162

The right to secede, a part of 5 42

Toombs, Robert, on the secession of

Georgia 9 428

United States Government " Na-
tional, not Federal" 7 30

Virginia Resolutions read by

Hayne 10 159

" We the People," Patrick Henry

against 7 13

Spain

Aggression against, denounced by

De Witt Clinton 4 90

Castelar demands a federal re-
public 3 159

Chateaubriand discusses French in-
tervention in the Spanish crisis
of 1823 3 228

Columbus at the convent of Rabida 5 153

Isabella of Castile and Columbus. . 5 154

Si>anish colonial despotism in Amer-
ica 4 34

Spain in .\merica

Prentiss on 8 372



438



GENERAL INDEX



Spanish America vol. page
Clay on the Spanish-American Re-
publics ^ 30

Spanish America, Independence of

Canning, George — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) •• 10 312

Canning forces the recognition of

Spanish-American Republics 3 102

Castelar on the 3 164

Spanish -American War, The

Effect of, on European balance of

power 5 175

McKinley on results of Spanish-
American War 8 43

Special privilege, control of, by the

granting power 7 82

Special privileges as a fortress against

public rights 1 84

Spelling since Wyckliffe 2 11

Spencer and Ripon, cited by Balfour... 1 211
Spencer, Herbert, and Lloyd-George... 7 369
Spencer, Herbert, on the recrudescence

of barbarism ^ 368

Spencer, Lord, on the Finance Bill of

1894 7 266

Spiritualism and telepathy 7 382

Spiritualists in America

Dilke on 5 252

Spoils

Marcy, William L. — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 312

Spurgeon, Charles Haddon

Biography 9 263

Everlasting Oxydization — (Ser-
mon) 9 268

Born at Kelvedon, England 9 268

Squatter Sovereignty

Douglas on 5 297

Effect of the Dred Scott Decision

on the theory 7 340

Lincoln attacks it at Springfield... 7 338
Squatter Sovereignty in the message of

President Buchanan 2 308

Staffordshire, birthplace of Sir Oliver

Lodge 7 382

Stage, The

" Histrio-Mastix," The, of Prynne. 5 274
Prynne's ears cropped for criticiz-
ing it 5 216

Stamp Act, The

Doctor Chauncy's sermon on its re-
peal 3 258

Stanberry, Congressman, of Ohio, as-
saulted by Houston 7 73

Standing Armies

(See also Militarism, Etc.)
Denounced by William Pulteney... S 380

Hancock on the danger of 6 362

Henry, Patrick, on 7 29

Warren, Joseph, on 10 86

Wyndham, Sir William, on the

Army Bill of 1734 10 281

Stanley, Arthur Pcnrhyn

Biography 9 274

Pahnerston and the duty of Eng-
land — (Speech) 9 274

Born at Alderly, England 9 274

Stanley in Africa 5 18

Star Chamber, The

(Sec England.)

Erskine on 6 46

Hamilton on 6 340

Speech in, by Francis Bacon 1 198



Stark, Benjamin vol. page

Doolittle on his admission to the

Senate 5 '209

Starling, Samuel, Mayor of London

Tries William Penn S 299

" Statesman on the fence," David

Davis as the 5 20

States of the American Union

Courts of the States have no final
power to declare the nullity of

Federal enactments 1 264

Their legislative power to pass on

Acts of Congress 1 263

State Rights

(See also Sovereignty of the States and
Law, American Constitutional.)

Clinton, De Witt, for 4 87

Coercion of a State pronounced im-
possible by Hamilton 6 328

Davis, Jefferson, on 5 36

Delegated and reserved powers of

the States 3 48

Edmunds on 5 345

First Federal Congress on State

jurisdiction over slavery 10 122

Gallatin on 6 185

Hayne on Foot's Resolution 6 404

Lansing declares them ineffective

against Federal power 7 275

Martin, Luther, on the sacrifice of
State rights under the Constitu-
tion 8 107

New England's attitude on 1 368

Seward on the self-existence of the

States 9 179

South Carolina's claim stated by

John C. Calhoun 3 48

State rights and Federal sover-
eignty, Jackson on 7 145

The Tenth Amendment to the Fed-
eral Constitution 3 48

Step to the Music of the Union

Choate, Rufus — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 312

Stephens, Alexander H.

Biography 9 280

Speeches:

The South and the Public Do-
main 9 281

The Confederate Constitution. 9 283
Born near Crawfordville, Georgia.. 9 280
Stevens, Thaddeus

Biography 9 287

Speeches:

Against Webster and Northern

Compromisers 9 288

The Issue against Andrew

Johnson 9 292

Blaine pronounces him a great

leader 2 97

Born in Caledonia county, Ver-
mont 9 287

Denounced by President Johnson.. 7 182
Manages the impeachment of An-
drew Johnson 9 287

Stigmatization as a punishment 5 218

Stockdale, John

Defended by Erskine 6 24

Stoke Poges

Home of Sir Edward Coke 4 119

Stokes, Sir George 4 261

Stone, Capper and Baden-Powell

Characterization 9 294



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439



Stone, Capper and Baden-Powell —

Continued vol. page

Bombarding England from the Air 9 295
Colonel F. G. Stone — Limiting

Bombardment by Law 9 295

Colonel Capper — Dropping Down

Explosives 9 297

Major Baden- Powell — Explosives

from Balloons 9 298

Mr. Percival Spencer — Bombard-
ing London 9 299

Storrs, R. S.

Short Sermons — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 313

Story, Joseph

Biography 9 300

Intellectual Achievement in Amer-
ica— (Speech) 9 300

Passing of the Indians — (Cele-
brated Passages) 10 309

Born at Marblehead, Massachu-
setts 9 300

Strafford, The Earl of

Biography 9 303

His Defense when Impeached for

Treason — (Speech) 9 309

Answered by Pym S 389

Born at London, England 9 308

Digby on his attainder 5 240

" Strict Construction "

Buchanan on 2 312

Strongbow, Earl of Pembroke 7 264

Strong Government

Jefferson, Thomas — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 313

Strype, John, on Thomas Cranmer.... 4 220
Stukely, Sir Louis

In the case of Sir Walter Raleigh. 9 20

Subsidies to railroads 2 312

Succession Duty Act of 1853, Glad-
stone's 1 175

Suez Canal, The

Churchill on 3 318

Suffrage in America

Carpenter on 3 140

Negro opposed by President John-
son 2 212

Randolph on 9 31

Woman suffrage 3 141

Suffrage in England, Chamberlain on.. 3 197
Suggestion

Its power in literature and oratory. 1 234
Sumner, Charles

Biography 9 316

Speeches:

The True Grandeur of Nations 9 317
Denouncing Douglas and But-
ler 9 323

Celebrated Passages:

Freedom Above Union 10 300

Assaulted by Brooks 9 316

Attacked by Conkling 4 146

Born in Boston, Massachusetts... 9 316
Brooks, Preston S., explains assault

on 2 254

Compares Douglas to a polecat.... 2 419
His oration on Kansas praised by

Burlingame 2 421

Said by Douglas to rehearse his

speeches 9 327

Speech on Kansas 9 323

Sumner Assault, The

Burlingame on 2 420

Speech which provoked it 9 323



Sumter, Fort voU page

Beecher, Henry Ward, address on

raising the flag over it in 1865. 1 352
Its fall described by Henry Ward

Beecher 1 353

Super taxes and land taxes in England. 7 372

Supreme Court of the United States

Binney, Horace — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 313

Bollman and Swartwout decision on

conspiracy 9 25

Burges on the bill to increase its

judges 2 329

Carpenter, Matthew Hale, in the

McCardle case 3 135

Chase, Samuel P., Chief-Justice of. 3 211

Cummings rersiis State of Mis-
souri, principle involved in.... 2 128

Dred Scott Decision, John C. Breck-

enridge on 2 215

Its decision on United States bank

referred to by Benton 2 23

Jay, John, its first Chief-Justice. 7 152

Jurisdiction of, between States and

the Union 3 48

Lincoln-Douglas debate on its rela-
tions to slavery 5 291

McCardle case, necessity as an ex-
cuse for tyranny 6 127

Milligan case — Martial law as law-
lessness 6 118

Milligan case cited by Blair 2 128

On railroads as public highways.. 2 78

Pennsylvania College cases cited by

Thurman 9 411

Rutledge, John, an Associate-Justice

of 9 138

Story, Joseph, Associate-Justice of. 9 300

Test oath decisions 2 113

Tomlinson zrersus Jessup, corpora-
tion charters 9 409

Surratt, John H.

Conspiracy against President Lin-
coln 1 117

His connection with Booth 2 53

Surratt, Mrs. Mary E.

Defense of, by Frederick A. Aiken 1 109

The indictment against her quoted. 1 117

Her secret interview with Booth.. 2 53
Swinburne, Algernon Charles

On Victor Hugo, quoted 7 94

Swing, David

Apothegms — (Celebrated Passages).10 313
" Swing Around the Circle " and Arti-
cle Ten of the Johnson impeachment. 3 18
Swinging Around the Circle

Johnson, Andrew — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 313

Swiss Confederation, The

Discussed by Oliver Ellsworth 5 374

Swiss Orators

Zollicofer, Joachim — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 319

Zwingli, Ulrich — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 319

Swiss Republic, The

Madison on its organization S 63

Sylla

Orders the death of Damasippus.. 3 28

T

Tacitus, attitude of, toward Christianity 5 234
Taft, William Howard

Biography . . . , 9 331



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Taft, William Howard — Continued vol.

Modern Industrial Problems 9

National Policies in \\'ar and Peace 9
The " Dependencies " and the

Southern States 9

Strikes, Boycotts and Injunctions.. 9
Wealth and Poverty in the Courts 9
Talfourd, Sir Thomas Noon

Biography 9

The Queen against Moxon — Shel-
ley as a Blasphemer — (Speech) 9

Born at Doxey, England 9

Quoted by S. S. Cox 4

Talmage. T. De Witt

Biography 9

Admiral Dewey and the Navy —
(Sermon) 9

Born at Bound Brook, New Jersey. 9
Tariff, The

Buchanan on 2

Calhoun attacked as a Protectionist
explains 5

Clay on the American system and
the home market 4

Cobden on free trade with all na-
tions 4

Cottons, how taxed under the tariflF
of 1816 3

Corn Laws, Peel, Sir Robert, on the
repeal of g

Discussed with State rights and
the Force Bill, by John C. Cal-
houn 3

Free trade principles in levying
tariff taxes, Sherman on 9

Harrison, Benjamin, on protection 6

Hayne cited on the tariff of 1824. 4

Hayne on resistance to unlawful
taxation 6

Iron, how protected under the tariff
of 1816 3

Martin, Luther, on 3

Monopoly under protective taxation 3

Nullification and the tariff of 1828,
Webster on 10

Pennsylvania idea explained by Dal-
las 4

Protection prohibited by the Con-
federate Constitution 9

Protective tariffs declared unlawful 3

Randall on protection and free
trade 10

Tariff commission of 1880, Dawes
on 5

Tariff duties of 1865 payable in
gold 9

Tariff of 1816, Calhoun's motives
in supporting it 3

Tariff of 1816, its duties reviewed
by Calhoun 3

Tariff of 1816, Webster on 10

Tariff of 1824, Clay on 4

Tariff of abominations in 1828... 3

Tariff of 1824-28, Webster on.. 10

Tariffs of 1842 and 1846, Toombs
on 9

Tariff taxation, Taft on its prime
motive 9

War tariff, Voorhees on 10

Webster on the constitutionality of
protection 10

Webster's vote against the tariff of
1824 10

Woodbury, Levi, on the tariff of
1842 10

Wool duties and Randolph's humor 2



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335

337
340
34 2

345

345
345
211

364

364
364

311
53
39

103
53

285

45

221

375

41

411

52
47
67

163

374

284
47

310
52

220

57

51

139

41

59

139

425

334
59

140

146

318
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Tariff, The — Continued vol. paob

Wool and woolens under the tariff

of 1824 10 147

Tariff, Imperial, favored by Chamberlain 3 198

Taxation

Dawes on tariff for revenue 5 54

Discriminating taxation of the

wealthy 5 402

Discussed by Francis Corbin 4 170

Holborne on ship-money 7 68

Income taxes, Mirabeau on g 155

Marshall on direct taxes in the

United States g 93

Massachusetts on direct Federal tax-
ation 6 356

Reduced under Jackson 2 22

Revenues from drunkenness and

vice, Chesterfield on 3 263

Taxation in England, Whig theory

of . . . 7 150

Taxation in peace for war purposes

ruinous 9 106

Taxation, local, in England, de-
nounced as clumsy 3 329

Taxation no part of legislation 7 150

Taxation through " tacking " in

omnibus bills 7 266

Taxes as dum-dum bullets 9 102

Taxes in England, grants of the

Commons 1 172

Tea taxes and the American char-
acter (Barre) 10 313

Tradesmen, taxation of, compared

with taxes on feudal estates 7 373

Unnecessary taxation a robbery

(Calhoun) 10 313

Taxation without representation, Warren

on 10 83

Taylor, Jeremy

Biography 9 369

The Foolish Exchange — (Sermon) 9 369

Born at Cambridge, England 9 369

Taylor, Robert L.

Irish Heroism — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 304

Tea Taxes and the American Character
Barre, Colonel Isaac — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 313

Tecumseh

His address to General Proctor.. 7 115

Telegraph and social isolation g 43

Telepathy and spiritualism 7 382

Telephone and phonograph in English

political reporting 9 99

Telescopes

Lardner on their limitation 7 278

Tenants of the Duke of Somerset.... 5 147

Tennessee

Boutwell charges that Tennessee
bonds were held by President

Johnson 2 212

Brownlow's flag in Knoxville 2 288

Brownlow, W. G., in Tennessee his-
tory 2 288

Conditions of its organization as a

State 2 43

Crockett, David, as a pioneer orator 4 248

Grundy, Felix, against Calhoun 3 VI

Houston, Samnel, Governor of Ten-
nessee 7 73

Jackson, Andrew, and Tennessee

leadership 7 144

Johnson, Andrew, a tailor in 7 178

Old Tassel's speech to Colonel Mar-

ttn , J ,.,••,,,,,•,,.,,,,,,,. 7 11/



GENERAL INDEX



441



Tennessee — Continued vol. page

Oratory of Johnson and Brownlow. 3 17
Rugby colony founded by Thomas

Hughes 7 87

Taylor, Robert L., on Irish hero-
ism 10 304

Union sentiment in 2 289

Territorial acquisition and civil war,

by Robert Toombs 9 422

Territorial legislation of Congress

Toombs on 9 422

^Territories of the United States

Harrison on the admission of

Northwestern Territories 6 381

Terrorism defended by Robespierre.... 9 68
Terrorism in government, Morley on.. 8 204
Tertullian

Biography 9 376

The Beauty of Patience — (Ser-
mon) 9 376

Born at Carthage in Africa 9 376

Quoted by Donne 5 267

Test Oaths

In England under the Stuarts 4 203

South Carolina test oath and the

Nullification ordinance 3 65

Suspended by Andrew Johnson.... 2 206

Texas

Admission of, objected to by Massa-
chusetts 1 404

Annexation of Texas discussed by

Sumner 9 319

Clay on its annexation 4 60

Crockett dies at the Alamo 4 248

Enters the Union freely 2 314

Houston, Samuel, first President of

Texas 7 73

Houston reproaches the State 7 76

Seward on the annexation of Te-xas 9 172
Thackeray, William Makepeace

Biography 9 381

Speeches:

The Reality of the Novelist's

Creation 9 381

Authors and Their Patrons.. 9 383
The Novelist's Future Labors. 9 385
Character of his after-dinner

speeches 9 381

Thebes

Swept from the face of Greece.... 1 104
The Bloody Chasm

Greeley, Horace — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 313

The Constitution as It is, and the Union
as It Was
Rollins, James Sidney — (Cele-
brated Passages) 10 313

" The ends I aim at shall be my
Country's, my God's and Truth's,"

Webster 10 226

The Flag of Yorktown

Tyler, John — (Celebrated Pas-
sages) 10 814

" The guilty soul cannot keep its own

secret," Webster 10 221

The Ligament of Union

Vest, George Graham — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 314

The Only People Who Can Harm Us
Harrison, Benjamin — (Celebrated

Passages) 10 314

The poverty of reason, by John Wesley.lO 228
The Right to Make Foolish Speeches
Henderson, John B. — (Celebrated

Passages) . . . , 10 303



Thermopylse vol. page

Robespierre on 9 72

The South and the Public Domain, by

Alexander H. Stephens 9 281

The Tyrant's Plea, Necessity, by Ed-
mund Waller 10 63

The whole continent of North America
will be dismembered from Great

Britain (Wilkes) 10 258

Thiers, Louis Adolphe

Biography 9 388

Mexico and Louis Napoleon's Poli-
cies — -(Speech) 9 389

Born at Marseilles, France 9 388

Thomas, George H.

Army of the Cumberland reorgan-
ized by him 2 93

Thomson, Sir Joseph John

Biography 9 400

Roentgen Rays and other Great Dis-
coveries 9 400

Forces which Move the World 9 401

Energy and the Explosion of the

Earth 9 402

Thor and the Midgard serpent 9 323

Thorp, Justice

Executed for bribery S 395

Thraldom abolished by birth under Eng-
lish liberty 3 93

Thucydides

Cleon's speech from his history of

the Peloponnesian War 4 79

Thurloe, Whitlocke and Somers 1 xiii

Thurman, Allen G.

Biography 9 403

Speeches:

The Tilden-Hayes Election... 9 403
Vested Rights and the Obliga-
tions of Contracts 9 408

Born at Lynchburg, Virginia 9 403

Tilden, Samuel J.

Advocate of moderation in 1876.. 1 269
Tilden convention at St. Louis ad-
dressed by Daniel W. Voorhees. . . .10 51
Tilden-Hayes election. The

Thurman on 9 403

Tolstoi and Locke 3 96

" Tom Jones," by Fielding, Randolph

on 9 32

Tooke, John Home

Biography 9 414

The " Murders at Lexington and

Concord" — (Speech) 9 415

Born at Westminster, England.... 9 414

Tried before Mansfield 9 415

Toombs, Robert

Biography 9 421

Speeches:

Territorial Acquisition and

Civil War 9 422

"Let Us Depart in Peace".. 9 428

Born in Wilkes county, Georgia... 9 421

Torpedoes and explosives, Maxim on... 8 126

Torture

At Athens, Isseus on 10 304

Practiced in India under Hastings. 2 398
" Tory guillotine and closure," Asquith

on 1 177

"Tory Squires," Dillon on 5 259

Tower of London

Referred to by Sir Walter Raleigh. 9 19

Trade as War. Ruskin on 9 123

Transcendentalists and Fanatics

Stevens, Thaddeus on , 9 288



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1
5



Transvaal Republic, The VOL.

English relations with 3

Treason

Death penalty for, demanded by

Phillips Brooks 2

Rumbold executed for, in Edin-
burgh 9

Treasury of the United States

Sherman on treasury notes........ 9

Treasury surplus as an evil, Harrison
on 6

Treaties

Abrogation of, by Congress 1

Ames, Fisher, on the British treaty. 1

Barbour, James, on their constitu-
tional aspect 1

Barbour, James, " On Treaties as
Supreme Laws " 1

Clayton-Bulwer treaty discussed by
Bcaconsfield 1

Commerce, foreign, Treaty-making
over, supreme in the United
States 1

Considered as bargains between na-
tions, by Fisher Ames

Clayton-Bulwer Trea'ty in 1853

Douglas, Stephen A. on their obliga-
tions 4

Everett on the Clayton-Bulwer
Treaty 6

Guadalupe Hidalgo Treaty dis-
cussed by John M. Clayton 4

" Louisiana Treaty " with France. 1

Supreme Court decisions on treaties
above the power of Congress... 2

The Jay Treaty, how negotiated... 5

Treaty of Ghent, negotiated by Gal-
latin 6

Washington, The Treaty of, MaC'

donald on .

" Troades," The, of Seneca 9

True Grandeur of Nations, The, by

Charles .Sumner 9

Trumbull, Lyman

Biography 9

Announcing the Death of Douglas
— (Speech) 9

Born in Colchester, Connecticut.. 9

Trials

Bacon on the trial by combat 1

Isaeus on the estate of Ciron —

(Celebrated Passages) 10

Trials, Speeches and Orations at
Celebrated

Adams, Jolin: Defending Soldiers
Engaged in the Boston Massacre. 1

.(Eschines: Against Ktesiphon 1

Aiken, Frederick A.: Defending
Mrs. Mary E. Surratt 1

Bacon, Lord: Star Chamber Speech
Prosecuting Duelists 1

Bingham, John A.: Against the As-
sassins of President Lincoln.... 2

Boutwell, George S. : President
Johnson's " High Crimes and
Misdemeanors " 2

Brougham, Lord: Closing Argument
for Queen Caroline 2

Brown, John: Speech at his trial
in 1859 10

Burke, Edmund: Opening the brib-
ery charge against Hastings.... 2

Butler, Benjamin F. : Article Ten
(.Argument Impeaching Andrew
Johnson) . . . ,..,..,.»,^.,.., 3



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119
214
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226
144

220

220

340

225

150

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330
172

180

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159

317

436

436
436

204
304



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Trials, Speeches and Orations at

Celebrated — Continued VOL. page

Cicero, Marcus Tullius: Impeaching
Catiline — Prosecuting Gavius —
Defending Milo — Defending Mu-
rena — Defending Archias 3 330

Coke, Sir Edward: Prosecuting Sir

Walter Raleigh 4 119

Coleridge, John Duke: The Sacred-

ness of Matrimony 4 127

Cranmer, Thomas: His speech at

the Stake 4 220

Curran, John Philpot: In the Case
of Justice Johnson — Civil Lib-
erty and Arbitrary Arrests — For
Peter Finnerty and Free Speech

— England and English Liberties

— In the Case of Rowan 4 268

Curtis, Benjamin Robbins: Presi-
dential Criticism of Congress... 4 3'34

Demosthenes: The Oration on the

Crown 5 62

Deseze, Raymond: Defending Louis

XVI 5 187

Dexter, Samuel: " The Higher

Law" of Self-Defense 5 201

Emmet, Robert: His Protest

Against Sentence as a Traitor.. 5 405

Erskine, Thomas, Lord: Against
Paine's " The Age of Reason '*
— " Dominion Founded on Vio-
lence and Terror " — Homicidal
Insanity — In Defense of Thomas
Hardy — Free Speech and Funda-
mental Rights 6 11

Evarts, William Maxwell: The
Weakest Spot of the American
System 6 56

Field, David Dudley: In Re Milli-
gan. Martial Law as Lawless-
ness — In the Case of McCardle
• — Necessity as an Excuse for
Tyranny 6 119

Harper, Robert Goodloe: Defend-
ing Judge Chase 6 389

Jekyll, Sir Joseph: Resistance to

Unlawful Authority 7 168

Labori, Maitre Fernand: The Con-
spiracy against Dreyfus 7 234

Lysias: Against Eratosthenes for

Murder 7 428

Mackintosh, Sir James: Peltier and

the French Revolution S 47

Mansfield, William Murray, Earl
of: In the Case of John Wilkes

— In the Case of the Dean of

St. Asaph g 74

Montalembert, Charles Forbes,
Comte de: For Freedom of Edu-
cation g 177

More, Sir Thomas: His Speech

when on Trial for Life 8 193

Penn, William: The Golden Rule

against Tyranny 8 299

Plunkett, William Conyngham
Plunkett, Baron: Prosecuting
Robert Emmet 8 350

Quincy, Josiah, Jr.: Lenity of the
Law to Human Infirmities —
(Celebrated Trials) 8 399

Raleigh, .Sir Walter: Speech on the

Scaflfold — (Celebrated Trials).. 9 18

Randolph, Edmund: Defending

Aaron Burr— (Celebrated Trials) 9 23,



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443



Trials, Speeches and Orations at

Celebrated — Continued vol. page

Robespierre: Demanding tlie King's

Death 9 75

Rumbold, Ricliard: Against Booted

and Spurred Privilege 9 119

Sheridan, Richard Brinsley: Clos-
ing Speech against Hastings —
The Hoard of the Begums of

Oude 9 192

Sidney, Algernon: Speech on the
Scaffold — Governments for the
People and Not the People for

Governments 9 222

Socrates: Address to His Judges

after They Had Condemned Him 9 260
Stevens, Thaddeus: The Issue

against Andrew Johnson 9 292

Strafford, The Ear! of: His Defense

■when Impeached for Treason... 9 S09
Talfourd, Sir Thomas Noon: The
Queen against Moxon — Shelley

as a Blasphemer 9 345

Tooke, John Home: On the Mur-
ders at Lexington and Concord. 9 415
Vane, Sir Henry: A Speech for

Duty in Contempt of Death.... 10 39
Waller, Edmund: "The Tyrant's

Plea, Necessity " 10 63

Webster, Daniel

Dartfhouth College versus
Woodward • — On the Obli-
gation of Contracts 10 214

Exordium in the Knapp Mur-
der Case 10 219

Wirt, William: Burr and Blenner-

hasset 10 262

Zola, Emile: His Appeal for Drey-
fus 10 285

Truck Act of English Parliament 4 349

Turenne, Viscount

Flechier on his death 6 146

Turkey's relations to Russia 7 419

Turko-Grecian War

European intervention in 5 175

Turner societies in America

Hecker on their object 6 420

Twentieth Century Civilization and Eng-
lish leadership 1 168

Twentieth Century Orations and
Addresses

Asquith, Herbert Henry

" Loaded Dice "— The Lords
Against the Constitution —
The Social Fabric as the

Condition of Values 1 168

Balfour, Arthur James

The Lords as Appellants to
the People — The Lords as
Upholders of Government
"Of, By and For the
People" — Dreadnoughts
and Dukes — Education con-
tinued Through Life 1 206

Booth, William

Moral Courage Against Ridi-
cule 2 152

Borden, Robert Laird

Hope for Liberty and Democ-
racy — Young Canada and
the Years to Come — The
Canadian Navy — The Cost

of Prosperity 2 154

Caitiphell-Bannerman, Henry

The Supremacy of the People 3 93



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Addresses — Continued vol. page

Canterbury, The Archbishop of

(See Davidson, Most Reverend

Randall Thomas) 5 15

Cecil, Lord Robert

The Limehouse Policy 3 180

Chamberlain, Joseph

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