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Abandonment of country a monstrous

crime, i. 203, 233, 242
Abbott, Lyman, cited, xxv. 10889
A bélard, Pierre, life of, iii. 1250;

On Marcellinus, Pope and Mar-

tyr,” 1250-53
Aberdeen, Earl of, at Athens, xiv.

5873; quoted, 5810
Abinger, Baron. See Scarlett
Abolition, of slavery, vii. 2897; Cal-

houn on, x. 4276 et seq.; societies
scouted by Webster, xi. 4698; at.
tacked by Hayne, xii. 4985; stand-
ard, glorious, xv. 6155; agitation
and the Territories, xvii. 7334;
party formed, 7403; fanaticism,

xxi. 8989
Abolitionism, xiii. 5623; fanaticism,

xvi. 6981; exposed, xvii. 7349; op-
posed by Vallandigham, xix. 8183;
characterized, XX. 8712; rise of,

xxiii. 9912
Abolitionists, Southern (of liberty),

xiii, 5336; differ with Brownson,
xiv. 5893; American, Garrison's
tribute to, XV. 6165; results of
success of, xvi. 6801; duty of,
xvii. 7666; in Vermont, xix.

8195
Abraham, life of, xiv. 5768
Absolutism, ix. 3510; xiii. 5396; pre-

dominant, xxi. 8806; and liberty,

8976
Achilles, speech of, i. 4-10; descent

of, 155; refreshed by Athena, xix.

7960
Accountability of rulers, x. 4262
Adam's fall, v. 1783
Adams, Charles Francis, life of, xv.

6191; "The State and the Union,”
6191-6205; praised, xvi. 6837; not
consulted, 6838; protest of, xx.8676

Adams, Chas. Francis, Jr., life of, xxiii.

9829; A College Fetich,” 9829-
70; and linguistic training, 9856

Mary Emerson, translation of,
iv. 1663, vii. 2759, viii. 3475, xii.
4885, xiii. 5393, xiv. 5794, XV.
6560, xix. 8105

John, quoted, v. 2031, 2035,
xxiii. 9852; (concerning loyalists),
xxiv. 10269; life of, vi. 2560, xi.
4388

et seq. ; inaugural address,
vi. 2561-68; the Boston massacre,
2569-93; commemorated by Web-
ster, xi. 4381; quoted (“Sink or
Swim”), 4407; vilified, 4483; ar-
guments of, xvi. 6950; at Phila-
delphia, xix. 8269; on corruption,
8300; on Hancock, xx. 8386; char-
acterized, 8394; pessimism of, 8696;
denunciation of, 8719; and French,
xxiii. 9851

John Quincy, life of, ix. 3670;
oration at Plymouth, 3671–90;
Lafayette, 3691-98; “Jubilee
of the Constitution,” 3698-3709;
praised by Story, x. 4138; an agi-
tator, xiii. 5266; cited, xviïi. 7578;
and the kidnapped slaves, 7591;
and patronage, xx. 8631; and mod.
ern languages, xxiii. 9854

Nehemiah, Southern view of slav-
ery, xvi. 6698

Samuel, lifo of, v. 2009; “Amer-
ican Independence," 2010-30; com-
memorated by Webster, xi. 4411;
Father of American Independence,
XX. 8392; commemorated by Curtis,
8673; in double character, 8700;

quoted, xviii. 7775, xxv. 10918
Addison, Joseph, a genuine gentle.

man, xvii. 7143
Adrianople, treaty of, ix. 3906, 3913
Ælred, life of, iii. 1268; funeral ser-
mon, 1268-72

(11035)

folus, myth of, xix. 7944
Æschines, life of, i. 225; against

crowning Demosthenes, 226-44;
enemy of the people, 282; descent,
284; a traitor, 286; education of,
320; compared with Demosthenes,
322; stinginess of, 334; charged
with corrupt conduct, 338; speaks
in favor of peace, 341; against the
Thebans, 343; curse of, 375; and
the Olynthian woman, 395; si-

lenced, ii. 482; hinted at, 498
Æschylus, Lubbock on, quoted, xvii.

7069; xxiii. 9768
Affairs, domestic and foreign, Glad-

stone on, xv. 6339
Afghanistan, free and independent,

xv. 6366; Amir of, xxiii. 10003
Africa, civilization of, viii. 3373,

3444, xiii. 5416; slavery a means
for Christianization of, xiii. 5347;
colonization of, 5408; barbarism
of, 5417, 5607; Christianization of,
xvii. 7217; benighted, xviii. 7593;
German colonies in, xxii. 9398; Brit-
ish policy in (Laurier), xxiv. 10459;

the crisis in South, xxv. 10833
Agamemnon, i. 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 8
Age, spirit of the, xiii. 5328
Aggrandizement, national, ix. 3599;

wars of, xii. 5176
Aggression, necessary, ii. 522; crim-

inal, xxi. 9079
Agitators, Jefferson, Washington, Ad-

ams, xiii. 5266
Aglauros, in Homer and Dante, xix.

7964
Agnosticism, xxiv. 10135
Agra, vi, 2251, 2253
Agrarian crime, in Ireland, xv. 6400
Agreements, binding, i. 218
Agriculture in England, xii. 4897;

under slave labor, xii. 5409
Aguinaldo, status of, xx. 8544; en-
titled to self-government, xxi. 8932;
not a Washington, 9081; govern-
ment of, 9086; supports Dewey,
xxiv. 10439; a spoiled child, xxv.

11006
Aims, high and noble, xv. 6184; Lib.

eral (Chamberlain), xxiii. 9993
Air, our ignorance of, xix. 8063
Akber, Emperor, vi. 2254
“Alabama," Claims, xv. 6130; devas-

tations of the, xviii. 7869

Alabama, whipping-posts in, xix. 8189;

resources of, xxi. 8961
Alaska, purchase of, justified, xx.

8490
Alaric, cruelty of, xxi. 9016
Albuera, horrors at, xvii. 7034
Alcæus quoted, xi. 4720
Alcibiades, depicted by Nicias, i. 38;

mentioned, 66, 111; life of, 137;
speech in favor of the Sicilian ex-

pedition, 137-41
Alexander I., Emperor of Russia,
xviii. 7532

the Great, i. 201; oration on
the treaty with, ii. 637–46; de.

scribed, iv. 1748, x. 4035
Alexandria, bombardment of, xxii.

9278–79
Alamo, slaughter of the, xvii. 7381
Algiers, expedition to, xii. 4882; bar.

barians of, xiii. 5264
Alien Bill, ix. 3552 et seq. ; tyranny

of, xvi. 6833
Allan, Sir Hugh, and money in elec-

tions, xxii. 9225
Allegiance, nature of, xvii. 7071
Alliance, the Holy, wrecked, xviii.

7531
Allston, Washington, quoted, xix.8041
Alonzo of Aragon, on old age, xxiii.

9765
Alva, Duke of, prevented from land.

ing in Scotland, xviii, 7823
Amalia, Princess, described by Thack.

eray, xvii. 7184
Amateurs, in religion, xviii. 7476
Amazon, fresh water from the, xxv.

10854
Ambition, evil of, iv. 1468; power of,

v. 1850; honorable, 1861; proof of,
vii. 2756; Emmet's, x. 4191; Car.
lyle on, xiii. 5321; dangerous, xxii.
9530; of Napoleon Bonaparte, viii.
3426; of Danton, ix. 3635; of
Charles V., xii. 5176; of Louis

Napoleon, xv. 6246
Ambassador, defined, vi.

2395;
French, ordered to depart from

England, viii. 3378
Ambassadors, duties of, i. 339
Ambrose, Saint, life of, iii. 1154;

funeral oration on his brother,

1154-67; quoted, iv. 1322
Amendment, Fourteenth, rejected, xs

8516

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