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EDWARD EVERETT HALE, Author of "The Man Without a
Library of Famous Literature.”
tricities of Genius.'
of Balzac's Works.
INTRODUCTIONS AND SPECIAL ARTICLES BY
THOMAS B. REED, HAMILTON WRIGHT MABIE,
JONATHAN P. DOLLIVER,
EDWARD EVERETT HALE,
Note.-A large number of the most distinguished speakers of this country and Great Britain have selected their own best speeches for this Library. These speakers include Whitelaw Reid, William Jennings Bryan, Henry van Dyke, Henry M. Stanley, Newell Dwight Hillis, Joseph Jefferson, Sir Henry Irving, Arthur T. Hadley, John D. Long, David Starr Jordan, and many others of equal note.
MABIE, HAMILTON WRIGHT
Poe's Place in American Literature MACAULAY, LORD
A Survey of Four Centuries McKINLEY, WILLIAM
Characteristics of Washington
American Patriotism . MANNING, HENRY EDWARD, CARDINAL
Persecution of the Jews
Irving as Author and Man
Universal Fraternity of Masonry MORRIS, GOUVERNEUR
Oration over Alexander Hamilton MORRIS, WILLIAM
Art and the Beauty of the Earth NEWMAN, JOHN HENRY, CARDINAL
Knowledge Viewed in Relation to Learning OLNEY, RICHARD
John Marshall PATER, WALTER