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1832; life of, 1855, 1972; "At-
tempt to Subjugate America,'
1856-70; reply to Walpole, 1870-
72; on Walpole, 1873-92; "On
the State of the Nation," 1915-26;
"Relations to Spain, 1927-49;
"On the Quartering of British Sol-
diers in Boston," 1950-54; "On
Removing Troops from Boston,"
1955-66; "On Putting a Stop to
Hostilities in America, 1966-72;
last speech on America, 1972-74;
reported by Sir Philip Francis,
2049; patron of Duke of Grafton,
2069; advocate of America, 2179;
quoted, vii. 2999, xvi. 6713, xix.
8151; willing for reconciliation, xv.
6196; training of, xxii. 9314
Chattanooga, and Garfield, xxi. 9169
Chaucer, quoted, xix. 8046
Chauncey, Charles, life of, v. 1814;
Thanksgiving sermon "On the Re
peal of the Stamp Act," 1814-31
Cheirisophus, speech of, i. 178
Chemistry, x. 4130

Cherbourg, fortifications at, xvi. 6891
Cherokees, capable of civilization,
xii. 5074

Chersonese, oration on (Demosthenes),
ii. 511-29

Chess, history
XV. 6292
Chester, petition of, v. 2162
Chesterfield, Earl of, life of, v. 1763;
"On Licensing Ginshops,' 1763-
82; quoted, xiii. 5427; cited, xxii.
9302

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Lady, and the christening, xvii.
7182;
Cheyennes, Northern, fate of, xviii.
7656

Chicago, greatness of, xxv. 10871
Child, Lydia Maria, quoted, xvi. 6930
Chillingworth, William, life of, iv.

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1493; "On Making Friends with
the Mammon of Unrighteousness,
1493-1502

China, treaty with, xiii. 5598; in-
stanced, xv. 6125; persuaded to
trade, xvi. 6711; and England,
6884; wars with, 6884; Emperor
of, and English ship, xviii. 7871;
and Burlingame, xix. 8180; ques-
tion of, and McKinley, xxi. 8921;
and Christianity, xxii. 9522; and
H. W. Blair, xxiii. 9802; news

from, delayed, xxv. 10516; char-
acterized, 10873; partition of,
10920; stagnation of, 11026
Chinese Bill, vetoes, xvii. 7564
Choate, Joseph Hodges, life of, xxii.
9460; "Rufus Choate," 9460-68

Rufus, life of, xiii. 5448; "Books
and Civilization in America," 5448-
57; "Necessity of Compromises in
American Politics," 5458-68; eu-
logy on Webster, 5469-93; "On
American Nationality," 5493-5525;
quoted on Virginia, xx. 8387; ora-
tion on (Joseph H. Choate), xxii.

9461

Christ, character of, x. 4210; Edward
Irving on, xii. 5047; "The Con-
soler" (Ary Scheffer's picture), an-
ecdote of, 5210; omnipotence of,
xiv. 5864; example of (Colenso),
xviii. 7451; loneliness of (Robert-
son), 7624; the disciples of, xix.
8057; condescension of (Spurgeon),
xxiii. 9781; the personal, 9923;
"What think ye of ?" (Moody),
10012-23; and higher criticism
(Père Didon), xxiv. 10440
Christendom, how formed, xv. 6376
Christianity, precepts of, rendered

void, viii. 3509; essentially repub-
lican, ix. 3738; overlaid with su-
perstition, x. 4125; hostile sects,
the bane of, xii. 4839; promoter of
civilization, 4873; and Judaism,
4952; ground of Talfourd's de-
fence of Moxon, 5219; and Gib-
bon, 5244; and persecution, xiii.
5577; first appearance in Rome,
5649; peaceful spread of, xiv. 5850;
designs against, 5899; estimated,
xv. 6140; early, 6141; driven out
of public life, 6273; hostile to op-
pression, xvi. 6818; and slavery,
6967; in the state, xviii. 7549;
common, 7609; basis of republican
empire, xix. 8290; a mere wrangle,
xxi. 9067; taught to slaves, xxii.
9329; a force, no luxury, xxiii.
9903; and slavery, xxiv. 10173;
unconscious, 10481

Church, and slavery, x. 4292, xiii.
5347; and sects, xii. 4951; En-
glish, on private judgment, xiv.
5694; triumph of (Manning), xv.
6260; the, and Rome, xvi. 6683;

the, and Garrison, 6962; and war,
xvii. 7057; a popular assistant,
7267; institutions, 7289; and the
powers of darkness, xviii. 7647;
slave of foreign powers, xix. 8091;
dissevered from State, not feeble,
8297; a tangible body, xxiii. 9815;
Roman Catholic, in Canada, 9973;
control, not permissible, xxiv. 10541
Churchill, Lord Randolph, interrupts
Gladstone, xv. 6509, 6520, 6532,
6542; quoted, 6511; cited, xxiv.
10236; life of, xxv. 10653; "The
Egyptian Crisis," 10653-59
Chrysostom, Saint John, life of, iii.
1168; sermon, 1168-86; quoted,
iv. 1322, 1618; compared to Ever-
ett, xvi. 6641; Luther on, xxiii.
9766

Cicero, Marcus Tullius, life of, ii. 674,
675, 710, 711; 1st oration against
Catiline, 677-93; 2d oration against
Catiline, 694-709; 3d oration against
Catiline, 711-27; 4th oration against
Catiline, 740-55; his peril, 740; his
glory, 753; 1st oration against Ver-
res, 753-80; at Syracuse, iii. 863-
914; speech for Archias the Poet,
875-91; love of glory, 889; in de-
fence of Quintus Ligarius, 892-
911; 1st Philippic, 911-32; 2d
Philippic, 933-98; 3d Philippic,
998-1019; dignity in misfortune,
1013; 4th Philippic, 1020-27; 5th
Philippic, 1028-57; 6th Philippic,
1058-68; his prophecy, 1060; his
zeal for the republic, 1066; 10th
Philippic, 1068-84; 14th Philippic,
1084-1105; charged with aspiring
to dictatorship, 1091; quoted, iv.
1466, 1644; as an example, vi.
2345; the American (R. H. Lee),
2493; exampled by Lord Erskine,
vii. 2941; by Robespierre, viii.
3302; quoted, ix. 3748, xi. 4396,
xiv. 5871, xvii. 6997, 7021, 7098,
xxiv. 10194, 10284; quoted by
Webster, xi. 4352, 4396, 4744;
only original Roman, xii. 5126;
language of, 5132; compared to
Everett, xvi. 6638; and the micro-
scopic "Iliad," 6940; cited, xvii.
7069; as an orator, xxi. 9003;
for Muræna, quoted, 9303;
oratory, 9304, 9325; recommenda-

on

tion of, xxii. 9314; cited, on de-
sire of gain, 9512; on friendship,
quoted, xxiii. 9773, 9779; quali-
ties of, xxv. 10700; and Andrew
Jackson compared, 10940
Cincinnati, Society of, vii. 2667, 2670,
2815; riot at, xx. 8705
Citizenship, right of, xxiv. 10468
Ciudad Rodrigo, sack of, xvii. 7033
Civilization, and the individual man,

xii. 4767; diffusion of, 5131; growth
of, 5179; the great man of, xiii.
5517; eradicator of, 5609; due to
Voltaire's smile, xiv. 5779; ad-
vanced by the Pilgrims, xvi. 6740;
results of, xix. 7991; by commerce,
XX. 8747; the essence of, xxv.
10814; spread of, 10933; progress
of, 11022

Civil list, British, in arrears, v. 1883,
2054, xxiv. 10524

Civil service, of Ireland, xv. 6443;
improvement in, xx. 8402; reform,
Curtis on, 8627; needs of, xxii.
9446

Civil war, predicted, xvii. 6999
Clan-na-Gael, xxv. 10581
Clarendon, Lord, in danger of libel
suits, ix. 3589

Clark, Senator, and bribery, xxi. 8912
Clarke, Sir Edward, cited by Brad-
laugh, xxii. 9588

James Freeman, life of, xvi.
6686; "Why am I a Unitarian?”
6686-6707

Class feeling, ii. 558

Classic training, xxiii. 9829 et seq.
Classics, the, as studies, xii. 5239
Clay, Cassius Marcellus, life of, xvi.
6792; at Yale College, 6792-6800;
career of, xx. 8578

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Henry, life of, x. 4033; "Dic-
tators in American Politics, 4033-
45; "On the Expunging Resolu-
tions,"
4046-49; "On the Semi-
nole War,' 4050-55; "Emancipa
tion of South America," 4055-68;
"The American System and the
Home Market, 4068-82; "In
Favor of a Paternal Policy of In-
ternal Improvements, 4083-88;
"Free Trade and Seamen's Rights,'
4089-95; "Greek Revolution,
4095-99; "The Noblest Public
Virtue," 4099-4101; “Sixty Years

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of Sectionalism," 4101-14; address
to Lafayette, 4114-15; reply to
John Randolph, 4116; invoked,
xv. 6230; Lincoln's beau-ideal of
a statesman, xvi. 6610; eulogized,
xvii. 7345; cited with praise, xviii.
7578; commemorated by Breckin-
ridge, xix. 8246; career of, xxi.
9162; and the Alabama letter, 9166;
tariff views of, xxii. 9599
Clayton dodges an issue, x. 4270
Clearchus, dastardly plan of, i. 182
Clear Grit party in Canada, xxii. 9209
Clemens, Samuel Langhorne (Mark

Twain), life of, xxii. 9871; "New
England Weather," 9871-75
Clement, Alexandrine, quoted, iv. 1619
IX., quoted, xviii. 7766

Cleon, i. 35; life of, 43; "On the
Condemnation of the Mitylene-
ans," 43-48
Cleopatra, passionless bosom of a
pictured, xii. 5244

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Clergy reserves question, xxii. 9212
Clericalism, in France, xx. 8369
Cleveland, Grover, at Harvard, xix.

7997; financial policy criticised,
XX. 8442; and the Presidency,
8616; life of, xxiv. 10117; first in-
augural address, 10117-23; at din-
ner of the Reform Club, 10123-29;
abandoned, xxv. 10710
Clinton, De Witt, life of, ix. 3736;

Phi Beta Kappa address, 3736-57
Clive, Lord, vii. 2262, 2263, 2299
Clodius Publius, death of, iii. 944, 960
Clough, Arthur Hugh, quoted, xxv.
10550

Coal, duty on, xix. 8227; mining, of
recent date, 8204

Coast survey, xi. 4732

Cobbett, William, life of, ix. 3521;
"God's Vengeance against Public
Robbers," 3521-31; and the Jews,
xiii. 5567

Cobden, Richard, life of, xiv. 6074;

"The Corn Laws," 6074-93;
quoted, xv. 6172, xxv. 10592;
cited, xvi. 6962; and France,

Xxiii. 9988

Club, championship, xvi. 6709
Cochran, John, translation of, iii. 1318
Cochrane, Lord, and the French coast,
xviii. 7869

Cockburn, Sir Alexander James Ed-

mund, life of, xiv. 5865; "The
Greek Difficulty," 5865-83
Cockran, William Bourke, life of, xxv.
10967; reply to William J. Bryan,
10967-78

Codfish, xiv. 6102

Coercion, xv. 6542; acts explained,
xxv. 10574; Parnell on, 10576
Coinage, primitive, xx. 8591; cheap-
ening of, 8433

Coke, Sir Edward, life of, iv. 1401;
"On Gunpowder Plot," 1401-8;
on title to the crown, 1522; on
jurisdiction of courts, 1531; quoted,
vii. 2705, x. 4120, xi. 4334; and the
Petition of Right, xix. 8267
Colenso, John William, life of, xvii.
7451; "The Example of our Lord,
xviii. 7451-53

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Colonial policy, given up, xvi. 6893;

German, Caprivi on, xxii. 9394
Colonies, described, v. 1835; power

over, 1911; free, 1951; trade with,
2124; generous conduct of, 2172;
advantage of, vi. 2535; vindication
of, vii. 2690; system of, viii. 3202;
how treated by England, xi. 4366;
relations with the king, 4399; pre-
pared for liberty, xii. 5094; in 1835,
xv. 6454; grown into States, xvi.

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Commons, House of, distrusted, xiii.
5555; due to the Puritans, xxi.
8902
Commune, the, xiii. 5385; in Paris,
xxiv. 10093; of Paris, xxv. 10613
Communism, folly of, xvii. 7561
Community of property, ix. 3682;

among the Indians, 3801
Compact, social, the first, ix. 3680
Compagni, Dino, quoted, xiii. 5426
Compensation, the great law of life,
XX. 8338
Competition, xv. 6296; English, with
the U. S., 6339; in office, desir-
able, xx. 8645; advantage of, xxv.
10514
Compromise, Crittenden, xii. 4853;
Bill, 5026; the necessity of, xiii.
5458, 5516; no necessity of, 5579,
5592; vain and ephemeral, xiv.
5714; history of, 5716; willingly
made, xv. 6171; endurance of,
6244; Hannibal Hamlin on, xvi.
6667; Crittenden, Toombs on the,
6801; of 1850 applauded, xvii. 7402;
measures, xxi. 8775; origin of,
9013; failure of, 9049; prudent,
XXV. 10641

Concession advocated, xvi. 6800

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Confederacy, Southern, predicted, xi.
4706, xii. 4860, xiii. 5444; based
on the Declaration of Independ-
ence, xv. 6213; pretensions of the,
xix. 7899; and slavery, xx. 8574;
recognition of, xxi. 8950
Confederation, model of, vi. 2561;
Congress of, ix. 3704; of all
America, forecast of, xvi. 6836;
recognition of the Southern, 6846;
speech on (Macdonald), xviii. 7487;
the German, 7531
Confessions, suicide, xi. 4748; evi-
dence of, 4805

Confidence, cause of prosperity, xxiv.
10309

Confiscation, of property, vii. 2657;

Henry Wilson on, xvii. 7223
Congress, inability to regulate slav-
ery, xi. 4441; weakened by State
intervention, 4585; attacked by An-
drew Johnson, xv. 6321; First,
xviii. 7695; deliberation of, 7789;
powers of, xx. 8509; Continental,
assembled, xxi. 9062

Congreve, William, no moralist, xvii.

7142

Conservatives and change, xxi. 8809
"Considerable," hot a Yankee word,
xvi. 6940

Conkling, Roscoe, introduced by Gen-
eral Grant, xx. 8403; life of, xxi.
9116; summing-up in the Haddock
court martial, 9116; nominating
Grant, 9122-26; "Issues of the
Campaign" (1880), 9127-46
Coñon, visit to Cyprus, i. 163
Conquerors, rights of, xxiv. 10534
Conquest, title of, vi. 2317
Conscience, a guilty, i. 64; slavery a
trifling matter of, xii. 4863; tri-
bunal of, xvii. 7242; freedom of,
xviii. 7793
Conscription, the fruit of, xxi. 8872
Conservatism, xiv. 5973; era of, xv.
6242; power of, xix. 8279; of pro-
fessional educators, xxiii. 9836

Consistency, pride of, xxi. 9171; of
policy necessary, xxii. 9299
Consolidation of the Union, xi. 4472
Constabulary, Irish, xv. 6442
Constant (de Rebecque), Henri Benja-
min, life of, ix. 3642; "Free Speech
Necessary for Good Government,"
3642-47; "On the Dissolution of
the Chamber of Deputies," 3647-69
Constantine misreads the cross, xvii.
7057
Constantinople, Convention of, xiv.
6069

Constitution, the, of Athens, i. 144;
endangered, ii. 590

British, iv. 1473, 1514, v. 1833;
wounded, 1916; described by an
American, 1953; dead, 2013; ef-
fect on Ireland, 2158; beloved,
2190; imperilled, vi. 2196; foun-
dation of American resistance, vii.
2700; founded on freedom, 2803;
Erskine's zeal for, 2960; its object,
2978; praised by Bishop of St.
Asaph's, xi. 4714; praised by King
Frederick William IV., xiii. 5278;
to be altered, 5554; upheld, xxi.
9007

of the English colonies, v. 1837
of France, xv. 6254; power cen-
tralized, xiv. 5800,

of French Republic, vii. 2644,
viii. 3183; unstable. 3409. 3427;
violated, ix. 3664; freest in Eu-
rope, xii. 5102

of Greece, xii. 4825, xiv. 5883
of Ireland, vii. 2808, ix. 3538,
x. 4016

of Pilgrim Fathers, xii. 5116
of Southern Confederacy, xvii.

7213

of Spain, xxi. 8811

of United States, v. 1847, 2024,
vi. 2562; ugly features of, 2623; ad-
vantage of, vii. 2820; Madison on
the adoption of, 3020; reviewed by
Gouverneur Morris, 3054; Marshall
on, viii. 3222 et seq.; Hamilton on,
3254-63; Pinckney
on, 3315;
people attached to, 3488; secures
liberty, ix. 3616; jubilee of, 3698;
not an experiment, 3717; machin

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