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VOL. PAGE 1 Beecher, Henry Ward 1813-1887 Speeches :

Raising the Flag over Fort Sumter 1 347

Effect of the Death of Lincoln..... 1 365 Celebrated Passages :

Bible and Sharp's Rifle... .....10 3941
Thurman, Allen G. 1813-1895
Speeches :

The 'Tilden-Hayes Election........ 9 3621
Vested Rights and the Obligations

of Contracts...................... 9 3626 Trumbull, Lyman

1813-1896 Announcing the Death of Douglas

opeen ).............................. 9 365 Clemens, Jeremiah

1814-1865 Cuba and « Manifest Destiny (Speech) ..............................

4 1292

3 Foreign War and Domestic Despotism

-(Celebrated Passages) .............10 3946 Wilmot, David

1814-1868
« Fanaticism” and “Property Rights »

-(Celebrated Passages)..............10 3963 Chapin, Edwin Hubbe11 1814-1880 Sermons:

The Suvereignty of Ideas .......... 3 1036
Peaceful Industry ..........

3 1037 The Source of Modern Progress.... 3 1038 Scientia Liberatrix..... ........ 3 1039

Rectitude Higher than Morality... 3 1040 Cobb, Howell

1815-1868 « Fifty-Four Forty or Fight »-(Speech) 4 1317 Stanley, Arthur Penrhyn 1815-1881

Palmerston and the Duty of England
-- (Speech).. ...

93506 Davis, David

1815-1886 On Appeal from the Caucus -(Speech) 5 1634 Macdonald, Sir John Alexander Speeches :

1815-1891 The Treaty of Washington., ........ 8 2891

Prerogative and Public Right...... 8 2895 Doolittle, James R.

1815-1897 Speeches :

The Attitude of the West in the

Civil War.......

In Favor of Re-Union....... 5 1894 Bismarck

1815-1898
A Plea for Imperial Armament -
(Speech).....

456 Bingham, John A.

1815-
Against the Assassins of President Lin-
coln - (Speech) ..........

....... 2 445 Robertson, Frederick W. 1816–1853

The Highest Form of Expression -
(Speech).......

....... 9 3319

1816-1887 Liberty and Eloquence - (Celebrated

Passages).............................10 3951 Field, Stephen J.

1816-1899 Intimidation of Judges — (Celebrated Passages)......

.................10 3950 Dawes, Henry Laurens 1816

The Tariff Commission of I
(Speech).........

.......... 5 1671 Davis, Henry Winter 1817–1865 Speeches : Reasons for Refusing to Part Coi pany with the South.....

outh ............. 5 1612 Constitutional Difficulties of Re

construction......................5 1647

VOL. PAGE Frelinghuysen, Frederick Theodore

1817-1885
In Favor of Universal Suffrage -

(Speech)....... Gough, John B.

1817-1886 Water -- (Celebrated Passages)........10 3961 Pierrepont, Edwards 1817-1892

Equality in America - (Celebrated Pas-
sages).........

.............10 3955 Douglas, Frederick

1817-1895
A Plea for Free Speech in Boston -
(Speech).......

...... 5 1906 Butler, Benjamin F.

1818-1893 Article Ten - (Speech)............ .... 3 832 Blair, Austin

1818-1894 Military Government-(Speech)...... 2 504 Boutwell, George S. 1818

President Johnson's " High Crimes and

Misdemeanors » -(Speech).......... 2 604 Evarts, William Maxwell 1818–

The Weakest Spot of the American

System - (Speech)................... 6 2082 Brooks, Preston S.

1819–1857 The Assault on Sumner - (Speech) ... 2 651 Wise, Henry A.

1819-1869
« Dark Lanterns in Politics - (Cele-

brated Passages) .....................10 3944 Kingsley, Charles

1819-1875 Human Soot -(Speech)............... 7 2645 Lowell, James Russell 1819-1891 Speeches:

The Poetical and the Practical in

America .......................... 7 2808

Pope and His Times................ 7 2815 Crispi, Francesco

1819-
Speeches :

At the Unveiling of Garibaldi's
Statue

...... 4 1467 Socialism and Discontent.......... 4 1469 Ruskin, John

1819-1900 Iscariot in Modern England-(Speech) 9 3354 Burlingame, Anson

1820-1870 Massachusetts and the Sumner Assault

- (Speech). ........................... 2 820 Vallandigham, Clement L. 1820-1871

Centralization and the Revolutionary

Power of Federal Patronage.........10 3674 Tyndall, John Speeches:

The Origin of Life ................. 9 3664

Democracy and Higher Intellect .. 93668 Coleridge, John Duke 1820-1894

The Sacredness of Matrimony (Speech) 4 1355 Caird, John

1820-
The Art of Eloquence (Speech)........ 3 855
Blair, Francis Preston 1821-1875
Speeches :

The Character and work of Benton 2 509
The Deathbed of Benton .......... 2 514

On the Fifteenth Amendment..... 2 516 Breckenridge, John C. 1821–1875

The Dred Scott Decision - (Speech). 2 615 Helmholtz, Hermann Ludwig Ferdinand

1821-1894 The Mystery of Creation - (Speech).. 7 2465 Storrs, R. S.

1821Short Sermons-(Celebrated Passages) 10 9959 Grant, Ulysses S.

1822-1885 Freedom and Education – (Celebrated

Passages)............................10 3947

....... 6

1891

von

1823

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VOL. PAGE Hayes, Rutherford B.

1822-1893
Bragg, Edward S.

1827Inaugural Address — (Speech)......... 7 2434 Loving Him for His Enemies-(CeleService to Party and Country-(Cele

brated Passages) ..................... 10 3951 brated Passages) ................. ...............10 3958 Randall, S. J.

1828-1890 Hale, Edward Everett 1822

Protection and Free Trade Under the Boston's Place in History -- (Speech).. 6 2355

Constitution-(Celebrated Passages) 10 3936 Meagher, Thomas Francis 1823-1867

Bayard, Thomas F.

1828-1898 The Withering Influence of Provincial

A Plea for Conciliation in 1876 Subjection1 - (Speech)................ 8 2999

(Speech).............................. 1 205 Marvin, Bishop E. M

1823-1877

Edmunds, George F. 1828Christ and the Church -(Celebrated

The Constitution and the Electoral Passages).............................10 3952 Commission - (Speech).............. 5 1971 Morton, Oliver P.

1823-1877
Conkling, Roscoe

1829-1888
Reasons for Negro Suffrage............ 8 3079 Speeches :
Hill, Benjamin Harvey 1823-1882

Nominating General Grant for a "A Little Personal History”........... 7 2507

Third Term ...................... 4 1366 The Stalwart Standpoint,...

4 1369 Colfax, Schuyler

1823-1885 The Confiscation of Rebel Property

Against Senator Sumner........... 4 1974 (Speech) ....... ......... 4 1361 Schurz, Carl

1829

Public Offices as Private Perquisites Hughes, Thomas

1823-1896 The Highest Manhood - (Speech)....7 2539

(Speech) ............................. 9 3384 Müller, Max

Burke, Father « Tom 1823

1830-1883 The Im passable Barrier between

Celebrated Passages:
Brutes and Man - (Speech) ......... 8 3080

All Men Fit for Freedom ..........10 3939

America and Ireland..............10 3941 Sherman, John

1823The General Financial Policy of the

Freedom of Conscience ............10 3946 Government -(Speech).............. 9 3442 | Arthur, Chester Alan 1830-1886 Smith, Goldwin

Inaugural Address — (Speech)......... i 180 Speeches :

Blaine, James G.

1830-1893
The Lamps of Fiction ............. . 9 3165 Oration on Garfield — (Speech)........ 2 482
The Origin and Causes of Progress 9 3471 Conkling's.« Turkey-Gobbler Strut -
The Secret beyond Science ........ 9 3476

(Celebrated Passages)................10 3943 Williams, George H.

1823-
Swing, David

1830-1894 Pioneers of the Pacific Coast............10 3955 Apothegnis - (Celebrated Passages)...10 3959 Carpenter, Matthew Hale 1824-1881

Crapo, William Wallace 1820-
Speeches :

Public Office a Public Trust – (Cele-
Replving to the Grand Duke Alexis 3 974

brated Passages).....................10 3936 The Louisiana Returning Board... 3 976

Diaz, Porfirio

1830In Favor of Universal Suffrage.... 3 978

Mexican Progress - (Speechi).......... 5 1832 Cox, Samuel Sullivan 1824-1889

Knott, J. Proctor

1830-
Speeches :
Against the Ironclad Oath.......... 4 1436

The Glories of Duluth - (Speech).....7 2653
The Sermon on the Mount... ... 4 1446 Vest, George Graham 1930-
Stephen A. Douglas and His Place

Celebrated Passages :
in History ......................

..... 4 1419

Imperialism Old and New.........10 3949 Curtis, George William 1824-1892

The Ligament of Union............10 3970 Speeches :

Garfield, James Abram 1831-1881
His Sovereignty Under His Hat.... 4 1570 Speeches :
Wendell Phillips as a History-

Revolution and the Logic of Coer-
Maker .....

cion.......

.......... 6 2226 Huxley, Thomas Henry 1825-1895

The Conflict of Ideas in America.. 6 2331 The Threefold Unity of Life-(Speech) 7 2557 Farrar, Frederick William 1831Brown, B. Gratz 1826–1885

Funeral Oration on General GrantA Prophecy – (Speech)...

.... 2 675

(Speech) .......

.........

.................... 6 2128 Dougherty, Daniel

1826-1889
Castelar, Emilio

1832–1899 « Hancock the Superb » — (Speech).... 5 1904 Speeches:

A Plea for Republican Institutions 3 998

1826– Henderson, John B. Celebrated Passages:

In the Campo Santa of Pisa ....... 3 2003
The Right to Make Foolish

Choate, Joseph Hodges 1832-
Speeches ..............

.........10
......
3948

Farragut - (Speech). ....... ....... 3 1109
War and Military Chieftains........10 3961 Flanagan, Webster M.

1832Why Not Let Well Enough Alone? 10 3963

« What Are We Here For ? » Hoar, George Frisbie 1826

brated Passages).....................10 3963 The Great Men of Massachusetts

Talmage, T. De Witt

1832(Speech).... ......................... 7 2516 Admiral Dewey and the Navy-- (SerChallemel-Lacour, Paul Amand

mon) ................ ............... 9 3584 1827-1896 Ingersoll, Robert G.

1833-1899 Humboldt and the Teutonic Intellect.. 3 1018 Speeches : Voorhees, Daniel W. 1827-1897

Blaine, the Plumed Knight........ 7 2578 Speeches :

At His Brother's Grave .....
Speech in the Tilden Convention. . 10 3697

A Picture of War...........

2582 An Opposition Argument in 1862 ..10 3700

The Grave of Napoleon....

4

1571

w

............................

ake

5

1880

1843-

........ 8 2905

Ingersoll, Robert G.- Continued
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VOL. PAGE
Speeches: - Continued

Zola, Émile

1840-
The Imagination......

7 2585 His Appeal for Dreyfus— (Speech)....10 3931
Life................................ 7 2587

Laurier, Sir Wilfrid

1841-
Harrison, Benjamin 1833-

Speeches :
Inaugural Address - (Speech).......... 6 2408

The Character and Work of Glad.
The Only People Who Can Harm US-

stone ....

.......... 7 2732
(Celebrated Passages) ...............10 3960

Canada, England, and the United
Ingalls, John J.
1833-

States in 1899..................... 7 2737
The Undiscovered Country - (Speech) 7 2574 Daniel, John W.

1842-
Weaver, James B.
1833-

Speeches :
« Brethren in Unity (Celebrated Pas-

At the Dedication of the Washing-
.........10 3962
ton Monument...

.4 1608
Spurgeon, Charles Haddon 1834-1892

Was Jefferson Davis a Traitor ?.... 4 1615
Everlasting Oxydization - (Sermon).. 9 3500 Dilke, Sir Charles Wentworth 1843-
Depew, Chauncey M. 1834-

Representative Extracts :
Speeches:

America,

............ 5 1873
The Columbian Oration............ 5 1769

Omphalism.......
Liberty Enlightening the World .. 5 1782 McKinley, William
The Military Spirit in America... 5 1785 Speeches :
England and America Since the

American Patriotism.... ......... 8 2899
Spanish War........
........ 5 1790

The Dedication of the Grant Monu-
Poetry and Politics in Britain ..... 5 1796

ment ...,
Gibbons, James Cardinal 1834-

Celebrated Passages :
To the Parliament of Religions -

Benevolent Assimilation...........10 3941
(Speech) ..............

........ 6 2248 Brown, Henry Armitt 1844-1878
Lubbock, Sir John
1834-

Speeches :
The Hundred Best Books - (Speech).. 7 2820

One Century's Achievement....... 2 683

The Dangers of the Present.......
Brooks, Phillips
1835-1893

The Plea of the Future ............. 2
Addresses :

686
Lincoln as a Typical American.. 2 644 | Parnell, Charles Stewart 1846-1891

Power over the lives of Others.... 2 651 Speeches :
Bland, Richard P.
1835-1899

His First Speech in America ....... 8 3143
The Parting of the Ways – (Speech).. 2 530

Against Nonresident Landlords .. 8 3145
Davitt, Michael

1816-
Adams, Charles Francis, Junior

Ireland a Nation, Self-Chartered and
1835-
The Battle of Gettysburg – (Speech).. 1 31

Self-Ruled - (Speech)................ 5 1666
Potter, Henry Codman

Churchill, Randolph Henry Spencer
1835-

Speeches :
Washington and American Aristocracy

The Age of Action....

1144
- (Speech)......

....... 3
........ 8 3225
Nobility of Ascent -(Celebrated Pas-

Gladstone's Egyptian Inconsisten-

cies ............................... 3 1118
sages) ................................10 3951

Clark, Champ
Chamberlain, Joseph

1850-
1836–
Manhood Suffrage - (Speech)......... 3 1026

The Courage of Leadership - (Speech) 3 1207
Moody, Dwight L.

1837-1899
Taylor, Robert L.

1850–
Daniel and the Value of Character -

Irish Heroism – (Celebrated Passages) 10 3950
(Sermon)....
........ 8 3057 Grady, Henry W.

1851-1889
Cleveland, Grover
1837-

The New South and the Race Prob-
Speech :

lem - (Speech)....... ......... 6 2299
First Inaugural Address........... 4 1301 Drummond, Henry

1851-1897
Celebrated Passages

Speeches :
Communism of Capital..............10 3913

The Greatest Thing in the World.. 5 1941
Condition, Not Theory.

8913

Preparation for Learning ......... 5 1959
Innocuous Desuetude ......
de .............10 3919

A Talk on Books.................. 5 1964
Porter, Horace

1837-
Carson, Hampton L

1852-
Mugwumps (Celebrated Passages) ...10 3954 American Liberty — (Speech) ......... 3 985
Gambetta, Leon

18:8-1882

Cockran, William Bourke 1854-
France After the German Conquest -

Answering William J. Bryan--(Speech) 4 1339
(Speech)

......... 6 2217

Gunsaulus, Frank W. 1856-
Cook, Joseph

1838-
Ultimate America - (Speech), ........ 4 1381

Healthy Heresies – (Speech).......... 6 2353
Morley, John

Labori, Maitre Fernand c. 1859-
1838-
The Golden Art of Truth-Telling -

The Conspiracy against Dreyfus-
(Speech)....

8

(Speech)............
...... 3068

... 7 2684
Reed, Thomas B.

1839-
Bryan, William J.

1860-
The Immortality of Good Deeds --

The "Cross of Gold ” — (Speech). .... 2 604
(Speech).............................. 9 3307 Gottheil, Richard

1863-
Didon, Père
1840-

The Jews as a Race and as a Nation -
Christ and Higher Criticism - (Speech) 5 1856

(Speech)........

............... 6 2294
Watterson, Henry

1840-

C'hlman, D.

(Nineteenth Century)
Opening the World's Fair - (Cele

Sovereignty of Individual Manhood -
brated Passages).....................10 3962

(Celebrated Passages)...............10 3958

1849-1895

VOL. PAGE
Palmer, Benjamin M.

(Nineteenth Century)
Lee and Washington - (Celebrated

Passages)............. ............10 3934
Beck, James M. (Contemporary)
Celebrated Passages :

Expansion and the Spanish War..10 3940

* World Politics ...................10 3965
Beveridge, A. J.

(Contemporary)
Just Government and the Consent of
the Governed- (Celebrated Pas-

sages) ......... ....................10 3941
Bryant, Edgar E. (Contemporary)
War and the Constitution-(Celebrated
Passages).....

.........10 3961

VOL. PAGE
Estabrooke, Henry D. (Contemporary)

Altruism - (Celebrated Passages).....10 3939
Graves, John Temple (Contemporary)
On Henry W. Grady- (Celebrated Pas

...............................10 3947
Hoyt, Reverend Doctor Wayland

(Contemporary)
Benevolent Assimilation and Mani-

fest Providence - (Celebrated Pas-
sages)............

................ ................10 33.41
Woolworth, James M. (Contemporary)

Individual Liberty — (Celebrated Pas-
sages)..

.......10 3964

CHRONOLOGICAL INDEX OF PERIODS AND EVENTS

850 B. C. to 1900 A. D.

3597

.............. 9

From the Homeric Age to the Birth of
Christ

VOL. PAGE
c. 900 to 800 (?)— Homeric Period, c. 850–

800 B, C. (?)
Reynolds on Homer, 9:3317 ; Macaulay

on, 8:2882 ; Flaxman on, 6:2172 ;

etc. (See GENERAL INDEX.)
800-700 B. C.- Rome founded (753 B. C.)

See « Rome the Eternal, delivered by

Cardinal Manning at the 2615th an.

niversary of the city founded........ 8 2934
700-500 B. C.- Solon, law-giver at Athens

(594 B. C.), Isocrates on .............. 7 2589
500-400 B. C.- Age of Pericles. See

speech of Pericles (431 B. C.)......... 8 3169
300-400 B, C.-Sophocles, Euripides,

Aristophanes, Herodotus, Thucydi.
des, and Socrates at Athens (496 to

390 B. C.) .............................8 3168
500-400 B. C.- Thirty Tyrants at Athens,

Lysias against (404-403 B.C.) ......... 8 2851
400-300 B. C.- Death of Socrates (399

B. C.) ............
100-300 B. C.- First plebeian consul at

Rome (365 B.C.) See Canuleius

against the Patricians................10 3942
400-300 B. C.- Macedonian empire

founded by Philip and Alexauder
(355 to 323 B. C.) See Biography of

Æschines, 1:114 ; Demosthenes. ... 5 1685
400-300 B.C.- Demosthenes delivers the

« Oration on the Crown » (330 B. C.). 6 1688
400-300 B. C.- Death of Demosthenes

(322 B. C.) ............................ 5 1687
300-200 B. C.- The Achæan League

(c. 280 B. C.), Hamilton on............ 6 2366
300-200 B. C.- Hannibal in Italy (218

B.C.)
Address to his army....................10

...........10

3818

8948
300-200 B. C.- Scipio in Africa (204 B. C.)
Scipio to the Senate....

.10 3942
200-100 B.C. - Death of the Gracchi

(133-121 B. C.), Cicero on .............3 1160
100 B. C. to 1 A. D.— The conspiracy of

Catiline (64-3 B. C.)
Cicero on, 3: 1159 ; Cæsar on, 3:846 ;

From the Birth of Christ to the Discovery
of America (1 A. D. to 1492 A. D.)

VOL. PAGE
1 A. D. to 100 A. D.- The Reign of Nero

(54 to 68 A. D.)
Seneca's address to Nero .............. 9 3390
100-150 A, D.- Birth of Tertullian (c. 150

A. D.)....
200-300 A. D. -Cyprian lived (200 to 258

A. D.)................................. 4 1588
300-500 A. D.-Gregory, Basil, Chry-

sostom, and Augustine. (See GEN-

ERAL INDEX.)
500-1100 - Saxon Period in England (468

to 1087)
The Venerable Bede, 1:339 ; Anselm of

Canterbury ........................, 1 168
1100-1200 - Beginning of the revival of

learning in France (c. 1055-1153)
Hildebert of Tours, 7:2502; Abélard,

1:19: Bernard of Clairvaux .......... 2 431
1100-1200 - Crusade preached by Saint

Bernard (1146-9)...................... 2 432
1200-1500 - University of Cambridge

founded (1231 A, D.) See Sir Simon
D'Ewes....

..... 5 1818
1200-1300 - Dante born (1265 A. D.). Be-

ginning of the Renaissance.

Stephens on Dante..................... 9 3522
1300-1400 -- Beginning of the Reforma-

tion
Wyckliffe (1324 to 1384 A. D.) 10 : 3918;

Savonarola, 10:3957; Fisher, 6:2164 ;

Sir Thomas More.................... 8 3062
1400-1500 -- Gutenberg invents movable

types and prints the first Bible
(c. 1450) ........

....... 6 1771
1400-1500 – America discovered by Co-

lumbus (1492)
Depew on, 5:1773 ; Benton on, 2:429 ;

Everett on, 6: 2097, etc. (See GEN-
ERAL INDEX.)

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Modern Times - First Period from the Be-
ginning of Printing and the Discov.
ery of America to the Eight-

eenth Century
| 1500-1600-Luther appears before the

Diet at Worms (1521 A. D.)............ 7 2829
1500-1600 — Tyndall translates the Bible

(1525)......
(925)................................, 9 3 664

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