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in Parliament, xii. 4952; lost speech
of, xxii. 9303; on Marlborough's
faults, 9410

Bolivar, General, xiii. 5530
Bomba, King of Naples, xvii. 7266
Bonaparte, and Livingston, vii. 2815;

makes overtures to England, 2826;
maligned, 2871; Carnot against,
viii. 3157; aggressions of, 3405;
power of, 3412; exhortation of,
quoted by Pitt, 3416, 3417; re-
venge of, 3418; proclamation, 3421;
characterized by Pitt, 3425; and
Peltier, ix. 3585; and Moreau,
3625, 3628; governed badly, 3667;
life of, 3781; addresses to army,
3782-88; farewell to the Old Guard,
3788; plots against America, 3816;
victories of, x. 4050; threatens an
Irish invasion, xii. 4842; sagacious
prediction of, xiv. 5712; quoted, xiv.
5888, 5999, xvii. 7042, xxv. 10558;
anecdote of, xiv. 5967; his aggres-
sive policy, xv. 6375; passing away,
xvi. 6796; and English fighting,
6877; and the emerald vase of
Genoa, 6940; career, described by
Sumner, xvii. 7034; seen by Thack-
eray, 7156; as Gulliver, 7181; and
glory, xxi. 8891; geography of,
8970; and Lafayette, xxiii. 9699.
See also Napoleon

Bond, the, in South Africa, xxv. 10848
Boniface, Damiani's sermon on, iii.
1242-46

Books, theory of, xiv. 5932; use of,
5933; choice of, Lubbock on the,
xxiii. 9761

Bordereau, Dreyfus, xxv. 10911
Border ruffians, xiii. 5611
Boreas, legend of, xix. 7946
Borgo, Count Pozzodi, quoted, ix.
3911, 3913

99

Borodino, horrors of, xvii. 7035
Bossuet, Jacques Bénigne, life of, iv.
1558; "On the Prince of Condé,'
1558-71; and Fénelon, 1636
Boston, iv. 1682, v. 1950, 1955, vi.
2496, 2539, vii. 2629, 2778; Eng-
land's treatment of, xi. 4365; the
sun of liberty, xiv. 5815; declara-
tion of, xviii. 7776; culture at, xx.
8375; besieged, 8390; threatened,
8674; siege of, begun, 8688; mur-
der of Quakers in, xxi. 9023; free-

thinking in, xxiv. 10157; a sea
blown city, 10161; free library,
xxv. 10817; massacre at, 10914
Boudinot, Elias, life of, vii. 2658; ora-
tion before the Cincinnati, 2658-

74
Bourassa, Henri, criticised, xxiv.
10459

Bourbon, House of, v. 1864, 1867,
1935, 1943, vii. 2857, 2883; resto-
ration of, viii. 3434, xii. 4929, xiii.
5388, xxiii. 9700
Bourdaloue, Louis, life of, iv. 1611;
"The Passion of Christ," 1611-28
Bourinot, John George, Dawson on,
xxii. 9545, 9550; life of, xxiii.
10068

99

Boutwell, George Sewall, life of, xviii.
7769; "The Progress of American
Independence, 7769-83; cited,
xxi. 8793
Boycotting, increase of, in Ireland,
xv. 6405
Bracton, Lord Chief-Justice, quoted,
xix. 8281

Bradford, William, and his journal,
XXI. 8889

Bradlaugh, Charles, life of, xxii. 9586;
at the bar of the House of Commons,
9586-93

Braganza, House of, ix. 3839, 3840
Brahmin, the, on Christianity, xii.
4841

Brazil and Portugal, ix. 3840 et seq.
Bread-and-Butter Party, xv. 6335
Breath, meaning of, xix. 7859
Breckinridge, John Cabell, life of, xix.

99

8239; "Address Preceding the Re-
moval of the Senate," 8239-47
Bribery, i. 340, ii. 540, 585, vi. 2359,
2614; French, viii. 3407
Brigandage, in Greece, xii. 4828, xx.
8728; political, xxii. 9278
Bright, John, life of, xvi. 6814; “The
"Trent' Affair, 6814-46; "The
Southern Confederacy," 6846-64;
""The Canadian Fortifications,"
6864-71; "Foreign Policy," 6872-
6900; "Slavery in America," 6901-
12; cited, xx. 8348; and Garrison
compared, xxi. 9035; on redistri-
bution, xxii. 9262; on the Russian
war, quoted, 9321; insulted, xxiv.
10294

Bristol, Earl of, iv. 1503

Britain, Great, future of, v. 2022; |
jealousy of, vii. 2818. See also
England.

British Empire, imperilled, v. 2042, vii.
2686; built on the eternal laws of
freedom and justice, xxiv. 10446
name tarnish vii. $53;
Treaty, viii. 3477, ix. 3577
Brooks, Phillips, commemoration ser-
mon on (Potter), xx. 9811; life of,
xxiii. 9886; "The Beauty of a Life
of Service," 9886-9905; "Abra-
ham Lincoln, 9905-23; "The
Christ in whom Christians Be-
lieve, 9923-45; "True Liberty,'
9945-61

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Preston Smith, assault of, on
Sumner, xvii. 6995; life of, xix.
8085; "On the Sumner Assault, '
8085-89. See also Sumner.
Brougham, Lord, life of, x. 4141;
"Against Pitt and War with Amer-
ica, "4142-48; "Closing Argument
for Queen Caroline," 4148-59; "On
Negro Emancipation," 4160-85; on
Grattan, xx. 8472; cited, xxii. 9303;
quoted, 9308, 9325; and Demosthe-
nes, 9319; on slavery, 9320
Brown, A. G., threat of, xviii. 7712
Benjamin Gratz, life of, xxi.
8867; Slavery in its National As-
pects," 8867-86

John, life of, xiii. 5611; words
to Governor Wise, 5611; last
speech, 5612, 5613; action of, xiv.
5753; no Republican, xvi. 6626;
insurrection ridiculous, 6629; eu-
logist of, 6809; "And the Spirit of
Fifty-nine" (Phillips), 6913; and
Garrison, 6966; "Body lies a moul-
dering in the grave, "xxi. 8870;
and John E. Cook, 8983; charac-
terized, 8983

Browne, Sir Thomas, quoted, xvii.
7122, xxiii. 9750
Browning, full of wholesome fer-
ment, xix. 8008; quoted, 8010,
XXV. 10786

Mrs., quoted, xxiv. 10127
Brownson, Orestes Augustus, life of,
xiv. 5884; "On Liberal Studies,'
5884-5905

22

Brunelle, Dr., quoted, xxiv. 10400
Brutus, of France, viii. 3467

Marcus Junius, in banishment,

iii. 915; called on Cicero, 948; op-
posed by Calenus, 1068; glorified,
1072; instanced, viii. 3280; com-
pared to Moreau, ix. 3630; spir-
itual ancestor of Puritans, xxi. 8903
Brutus, Decimus, virtue of, iii. 1002;
praise of, 1047; freed from danger,
1086

a Texan, xiii. 5443

Bryan, William Jennings, quoted,
xxi. 8618; and imperialism, 8909;
eloquence of, xxiv. 10312; Bourke
Cockran's reply to, xxv. 10806;
life of, 10935; "The Cross of Gold,
10935-45; at Madison Square Gar-
den, 10945-66
Bryanism a great danger, xxi. 8913
Bryant, William Cullen, life of, xii.

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5201; welcome to Louis Kossuth,
5201-4; at the founding of the
Metropolitan Art Museum, 5205-
10; fiftieth anniversary of the Mer-
cantile Library Association, 5211-
15; quoted, xvi. 6671; funeral ora-
tion on (Bellows), xviii. 7435
Bryce, cited, xv. 6533
Buccleuch, Duke of, cited, xiv. 6063
Buchanan, James, life of, xii. 4958;

inaugural address, 4958-68; me3-
sage criticised, xv. 6175; cited, xvi.
6565; Judge Bingham's arraign-
ment of, xviii. 7569; piratical doc-
trines of, 7711; quoted, 7712;
treatment of Charleston, 7850; as-
sailed by Burlingame, xix. 8182;
cited, on slavery, xxi. 9051
Buckle, Henry Thomas, on down-
trodden liberties, quoted, xxi. 9010,
9021

Budget, French, of 1865, xiii. 5373
Buell, General, on Garfield, xxi. 9154
Buffalo, McKinley's last speech at,
XXV. 10513

Bugeaud, Thomas, Governor of Al-
giers, quoted, xvii. 7111
Bulgaria, partition of, xv. 6387; dis-
satisfied with Russia, xviii. 7540;
Sultan suzerain of, 7540

Bull, Ole, Björnson on, xxii. 9503
Buller, Charles, quoted, xi. 4346;
work of, xx. 8530
Bulwer-Lytton, Edward George,

Baron, life of, xiv. 5906; "The
Crimean War, "5906-26; predic-
tion of, xvi. 6835

Bunker Hill, battle of, v. 2048, vii.
2675; Monument, Webster's ora-
tion on, xi. 4356; claimed, xii.
5191; no defeat, xvi. 6918; bat-
tle of, crucial contest, xx. 8389;
Monument oration, quotation from,
XXV. 10704

Bunsen, Chevalier, on the English
Reformation, xviii. 7807; quoted,
xxiv. 10176

Bunyan, John, life of, iv. 1572;
"The Heavenly Footman," 1572-
97; influence of, xvii. 7302
Bürger, Gottfried August, xvii. 7039
Burges, Tristam, life of, ix. 3820;

rebuke to Randolph, 3820-35
Burgoyne, General John, v. 2001;
characterized, 2008; surrender of,
xvi. 6647, xxiii. 9693

Burke, Edmund, v. 2113; on concili-
ation with America, 2114-92; im-
peachment of Warren Hastings, vi.
2193-2492; friend of Windham,
vii. 2963; praised by Sheridan,
viii. 3111; sentiments praised by
Brougham, x. 4180; quoted by
Webster, xi. 4335; by Everett, xii.
5139, 5172, 5178; by Macaulay,
xiii. 5554; quoted, xv. 6197, 6546,
xvi. 6657, xviii. 7805, xix. 8025,
xxii. 9316, 9412, 9424, xxiv. 10138;
and Grattan, xv. 6493; cited, 6474,
6525, xviii. 7700; and the Magda-
len, xvii. 7167; on American inde
pendence, xviii. 7787; of colossal
stature, xx. 8472; on Unitarians,
xxi. 8788; and Garfield, 9165; "the
fourth Englishman,” xxii. 9464; on
love of gain, 9512; on the laws of
Great Britain, cited, 9623; lecture
on (Birrell), xxv. 10660; as an ora-
tor, 10700

Thomas F., life of, xxiv. 10324;
"The Righteousness of Revolt,”
10324-29

Burleigh, Lord, quoted, xix. 8005
Burleson, General Edward, accepts
capitulation of Mexican army, xvii.
7378; stops third invasion of Texas,
7388

Burlingame, Anson, life of, xix. 8180;
"Massachusetts and Sumner,

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8180-8201
Burnet, Bishop, quoted by Webster,
xi. 4338

Burney, Fanny, diary of, cited, xvii.
7183

Burns, Robert, Emerson ɔn, xiv.
5994; quoted, xxv. 10692
Burnside, General, infamy of, xxi
9011

Burr, Aaron, ix. 3710; trial of,
3955 et seq.

99

Bushnell, Horace, life of, xiv. 5763;
"On the Outside Saints, 5763-75
Bute, Earl of, v. 2085, 2087, 2096,
2105; hated, xvii. 7169; incapacity
of, xix. 8026
Butler, Benjamin Franklin, life of,
xviii. 7848; "Character and Re-
sults of the War," 7848-78

Samuel, Bishop, on property,
xix. 8205; quoted, xx. 8347, xxii.
9510; xxiii. 9811

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Cadmus, invention of, x. 4255
Cadoudal, conspiracy of, ix. 3625
Cæsar, Caius Julius, speech on the
treatment of the Catilinarian con-
spirators, ii. 729-34; clemency of,
iii. 895; acts of, disapproved by
Cicero, 920; death of, approved,
947, 951; friends of, 976; genius
of, 996; cited, 999, 1020, 1040;
rewarded, 1052; folly of, 1054;
imperator, 1099; army of, iv. 1759,
vii. 2635; against Catiline, viii.
3301; conspirators against, 3468;
and Grant compared, xxiii. 9712
Cairnes, Professor, prophecy of, xxiv.
10310

Calabar, tragedy of, viii. 3445
Calamity, advantageous, xxiii. 9754
Calcutta, Black Hole of, vi. 2262
Calf, the fatted, and the Southern
prodigal, xvii. 7429

Calhoun, John Caldwell, interrupts
Clay, x. 4078; life of, 4264; "Nul-
lification and the Force Bill,” 4264-
75; on the slavery question, 4276–
4301; interrupts Webster, xi. 4471,
4681; Webster's reply to, 4542 et
seq.; on the ordinance of 1787,
4672; and Webster, xiii. 5481;
and nullification, xv. 6208; cited,
xvi. 6773; and Garrison, 6969;
criticised by Judge Bingham, xviii.
7577; quoted on war, xix. 8146;
commemorated by Breckinridge,
8245; quoted, xx. 8647; tribute
of, to Webster, xxi. 8892
California, "not worth a dollar'
(Webster), xi. 4648; gold discov-
eries in, 4659; no slavery in, 4690;
communication with, in 1852, xiii.
5406; and George Bancroft, 5630-
52; a free State, xiv. 5738; pros-
perity of, xvi. 6737; characterized,
xviii. 7580; shipping business of,
XX. 8739; and wheat, xxi. 8962;
territory of, xxv. 10742
Calliaud, Major, vi. 2266 et seq.
Calvary, holy ground, xxi. 8935
Calvin, John, life of, iv. 1363; "On
Enduring Persecution, 1363-85
Cambon, Pierre Joseph, life of, viii.

"9"

3194; "The Crisis of 1793,"3194-99
Cambridge, x. 4137, xii. 5148
Camden, Earl (Charles Pratt), v. 1832,

1971

Cameron, Malcolm, and the Clear Grit
Party, xxii. 9209

Campana collection, xii. 5207
Campbell, Lord William, abdicates
government, vii. 2716, 2719

Thomas, quoted, xiv. 6109, xvi.

6514

Campoamor, Ramon de, life of, xviii.
7751; "Against the Press Law,"
7751-68

Campo Formio, treaty of, viii. 3414,
3423

Canada, and the United States, ix.
3923, xviii. 7505, xxii. 9218; com-
pared, xx. 8536; and the ballot,
xii. 5067; and Ireland, xv. 6495;
fortifications of, xvi. 6864; inde-
pendence of, 6869; confedera-
tion of, xviii. 7488; policy of (Sir
Leonard Tilley), 7835; science in,
xix. 8166; in 1879, 8224; geo-
V-Orations. Vol. 25

graphical position of, xxi. 8784;
Liberal-Conservatives in (White),
xxii. 9207; prose literature of
(Dawson), 9538; histories of, 9552,
xxiii. 10082; power of, xxiii. 9879;
a factor in British Empire, 9884;
its status, 9963; characteristics of,
9969; orators of, 10085; journalism
in, 10008; settled by United Empire
Loyalists, xxiv. 10271; sorrow in,
at the death of A. Mackenzie,
10532

Canadian literature, xxiii. 10068
Canal, Erie, ix. 3736; Ohio, xi. 4453;
inter-oceanic, xxii. 9445; Suez, the,
xxiii. 10007; isthmian, must be
built, xxv. 10519

Canby, General, death of, xviii. 7658
Cannæ, battle of, xx. 8603
Canning, George, vii. 2848, 2858,
2860; life of, ix. 3836; "On Af-
fording Aid to Portugal," 3837-60;
quoted, xii. 5103, xiv. 5921
Cánovas, xxi. 8806. See Castillo
Cantankerosity, in Mr. Keitt's speech,
xix. 8192

Cantoo Baboo, vi. 2244, 2367
Capet, Hugh, King of France, xiv.
5890

Capitals, selected for moral considera-
tions, xvi. 6680

Capitol, at Washington, founded, xi.
4723

Caprivi, Count George Leo von, life
of, xxii. 9394; "Colonial Posses-
sions," 9394-9403

Caraffa, Cardinal, xii. 4957
Carlisle, Bishop of, and wine, xviii.
7735

Earl of, and America, xvii. 7162
Carlyle, Thomas, and Edward Irving,
xii. 5046; life of, xiii. 5289; inau-
gural address at Edinburgh Univer-
sity, 5289-5325; and French his-
tory, xiv. 5961; quoted, xix. 8271,
xxv. 10693, 10788; early eloquence
of, xx. 8323; not a great writer,
8330; and happiness, 8343
Carnage of modern warfare, xvi. 6858;

God's daughter, xxii. 9409
Carnot, Lazare Nicolas Marguérite,
life of, viii. 3157; "Against Im-
perialism in France," 3157-64

Marie François Sadi, advocate of
peace, xviii. 7526

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10360

Cartwright, Richard John, life of,

xxiii. 9876; "The Services of a
Patriotic Militia," 9876-82; "What
the Liberal Party has done for Can-
ada," 9883-85; quoted, 9976
Cary, Henry, translation of, i. 101
Cass, Lewis, life of, x. 4249; "On
the Spirit of the Age," 4249-61;
interrupts Webster, xi. 4623; cited
by Corwin, xii. 5188, 5189; con-
demned by Mann, xiii. 5336
Cassagnac, Adolphe Granier de, on
Dreyfus, xxv. 10907

Caste, characteristics of, vi. 2242,
2437; pride of, xiii. 5642
Castelar, Emilio, life of, xxii. 9469;
"A Plea for Republican Institu-
tions," 9469-76; "In the Campo
Santo of Pisa," 9477-79; "The
Political Oath," 9480-86; quoted,
xxiii. 9754

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Catholicism, Sheil in defence of, xii,
4946; assailed, xvi. 6727; and the
Indians, xxii. 9385; faults of, 9484
Catiline, Lucius Sergius, life of, ii.
669; speech to the conspirators,
669-73; his character, 683; his
life, 685; his associates, 699; six
classes of conspirators, 702; at-
tacked by Cicero, 677-755
Cato, Marcus Porcius, life of, ii. 656;
defence of the Rhodians, 656-58;
in support of the Oppian Law,
658-64; on the treatment of the
Catilinarian conspirators, 735-39;
quoted, xiv. 5816; suicide of, xxii.
9476

Caucus, King, xxi. 9133
Caudine Forks, battle of, v. 2004
Cavour, Count Camillo Benso di, life
of, xvi. 6678; "Rome and Italy,"
6678-85

Caxton, William, king's printer, xxii.

9545

Celsus, and Christ's doctrines, xxiv.
10443

Celts, an inferior race, xviii. 7672
Censorship, sterile, ix. 3647
Centennials, xxii. 9595
Centralization, predicted, xviii. 7456;
evils of, 7555; fatal, xx. 8693
Cerasus, unjust treatment of, i. 182,

183

Cervera, fleet of, destroyed, xxv.
10516

Chabrias, victory of, i. 239
Chærepho, associate of Socrates, i. 72
Chalcedon, ii. 620 note
Chalmers, Thomas, life of, x. 4196;

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"Fury not in God," 4196-4209
Chamberlain, Joseph, life of, xxiii.
9992; "On Liberal Aims, 9993-
10011
Champlain, Samuel de, as an author,
xxii. 9539; quoted, xxiii. 9984; and
the Iroquois, xxiv. 10158
Chance, war depends on, xvii. 7042
Chancery, court of, abolished, xiii.
5302; remodelled, 5303
Chandler, Zachariah, life of, xvii.

7428; campaign speech, 7428-34
Channing, William Ellery, life of, x
4210; "Character of Christ," 4210-
31

Chapin, Edwin Hubbell, life of, xviii.
7460; "Nicodemus, the Seeker after

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