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Federal Constitution. See Constitution
Federalists, and Hayne, xi. 4484
Federation, Gladstone on, xv. 6526;
Canadian, explained, xx. 8537; in
South Africa, xxv. 10838
Felicaja, sonnet of, xxiii. 9753
Fénelon, Archbishop, life of, iv.
1636; "Simplicity and Greatness,"
1636-43; "Nature as a Revela-
tion," 1644-49; for the festival of
the Epiphany, 1650-63
Fenianism, fear of, xvii. 7240; prin-
ciples of, xxi. 3200; in Ireland,
xxiv. 10240; in 1868, 10423
Fenians, and Parnell, xxv. 10581
Ferdinand at Innsbrück, xix. 8286
Ferguson, Adam, on Roman history,
xiii. 5298

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Filipinos, not equal to the "embat-
tled farmers,' xxi. 9081; welfare
of the, xxv. 10971

Filisola, General, capitulation of, xvii.
7384

Fillmore, President, addressed by
Webster, xi. 4743

Finance, false systems of, xviii. 7455
Financial policy, xx. 8450
Finland, transferred to Russia, viii.

3335; and Russia, xv. 6534; lost
to Sweden, xvi. 6974
Fischer, Hannibal, and the German
fleet, xxii. 9395

Fisheries, v. 2129, vi. 2495; extended
by bounties, xiv. 6099; Canadian,
Macdonald on, xviii. 7512; colonial.
XX. 8394

Fiske, John, criticised, xxiv. 10134
Fitzgerald, Edward, and "Omar,"
xxiv. 10211; original in translat-
ing, xix. 8006
Flag, undivided, xv. 6217; apostro-

phized, xvii. 7306; of the U. S.
to be planted, xxi. 8861; the, and
the eagle (Hawley), 8955; march
of the (Beveridge), xxv. 10979
Flags, return of the, xix. 7895;
names on, xxi. 8801

Flavel, John, life of, iv. 1598; coro-

nation sermon, 1598-1610
Fléchier, Esprit, life of, iv. 1629; on
the death of Turenne, 1629-35
Fleming, Marjorie, quoted, xix. 7985
Flint, Abel, translation of, iv. 1727
Flood, Henry, life of, vi. 2543;

speech on renunciation, 2543-59;
with the arm of a Jupiter, xx.
8472

Florence and its factions, xiii. 5426
Florida, x. 4058

Flourens, M. P., experiment of, xx.
8583

Flower, Rev. W. B., translation, iii.

1267

Flowers of rhetoric, v. 1873, vii. 2816
Foot's Resolution, xii. 4969
Force, God of, and the terrestrial ser-

pent, xvii. 7001; conservation of,
xix. 8213; deprecated, xx. 8460;
brute, victories of, xxi. 8868
Foreign nations, duties toward, vi.
2528, vii. 2840, xi. 4534

policy, Gladstone's, xv. 6361
Foreigners, prejudice against, xix.

8002

Forests, American, xiv. 5960
Forgiveness, ethics of, Archbishop
Magee on, xix. 8315

Forster, William Edward, on the Eng-
lish peerage, xxi. 9127; cited on
Irish affairs, xxii. 9370; great
speech, xxv. 10655
Fortescue, Sir John, on laws, iv.
1523; quoted, vi. 2571
Fortifications, national, xi. 4734; of
Canada, xvi. 6864; source of peril,
xvii. 7091

Fortune, in human affairs, ii. 453, 574
Foster, George Eulas, life of, xxv.

10634; "Defence and Protection,"
10634-37; "Foods for the Home-
land, 10637-41; "Prudent Com-
promise," 10641-42

99

John, life of, ix. 3861; "Access
to God," 3861-75

Sir Michael, quoted, vi. 2577,
2589, 2592, vii. 2742, xi. 4777

Foster, Stephen, on Colonel Higgin- |
son, xx. 8612

Fourth of July, celebration of, xxi.

8956; orations, xxv. 10915
Fox, Charles James, life of, vii. 2826;
"On the Rejection of Bonaparte's
Overtures, "2827-86; quoted, vi.
2550, ix. 3915; cited, xvi. 6874,
xix. 8281, xxv. 10698; convictions
of, xxi. 9161; training of, xxii.
9315

- Spartan youth and the, xvii. 7055
France, aggressions of, vii. 2828;
language of, viii. 3210; government
of, 3364, 3367, xi. 4531; conduct
of, viii. 3403; miseries of, 3407; no
restoration of monarchy in, desired
by Pitt, 3430; advantages of mon-
archical government in, ix. 3517;
interference with Ireland, 3541;
American sympathy with, 3576;
aggressions of, 3578; freedom of
the press in, 3644; robbed of con-
stitution, 3653; England interferes
with, 3732; and Russia, 3911;
tyrant of the ocean, 3927; and
America, 3933; Emmet charged
with being an emissary of, x. 4191;
difficulty with, adjusted by Jackson,
4243; refuses Greece a constitu-
tion, xii. 4826; contrasted with
Rome, 4872; principle of govern-
ment in (1848), 4916; National
Guard organized in, 4920; new Re-
public, 4922 et seq., 4930 et seq.,
4932 et seq.; relations with op-
pressed peoples, 4938; nemesis of,
5199; Magna Charta, xiii. 5350;
extravagance, 5370; at the feet of
Germany, 5385; spirit of liberty
in, xiv. 5846; and the Crimean
war, 5912; and Napoleon III., xv.
6246; small proprietors in, 6346; in-
terference with America, 6531; after
the Peace of Villa Franca, 6551;
and Italy, xvi. 6682; internal taxa-
tion of, 6715; Emperor of, and the
U. S., 6848; empire restored in,
6890; at war with England, xviii.
7862; republic of, an armed bu-
reaucracy, xix. 8024; responding
to American liberty, 8290; vicissi
tudes of, 8304; lubricity in, xx.
8361; intervention of, 8763; and
Spain, rivalry of, xxi. 8813; in

1789, 8871; better than individual
Frenchmen, 8890; aflame, 8945;
revision in, xxii. 9269; Christianity
in, 9522; University of, xxiii.
9658; friendship of, with U. S.
unbroken, 9689; generosity of,
9696; and England, 10005; after
the German conquest (Gambetta),
xxiv. 10091; constitutional laws in,
10103; democracy in, 10110; claims
of, 10159; army of, insulted, 10330
France, Constitution of, viii. 3183, xii.

5102, xiv. 5800, xv. 6254; changes
in, xiv. 5800
Francis, Sir Philip, supposed to be
"Junius, V. 2049

99

V.

- I., king of France, quoted, xvii.
7064
Franklin, Benjamin, life of, v. 1845;
"On the Federal Constitution,
1847-49; "Dangers of a Salaried
Bureaucracy," 1849-54; quoted, v.
1961, xiv. 5717; and Paine, vii.
2642; xi. 4731; in Paris, xvi.
6648; cited, xvii. 7005; in In-
dependence Hall, xix. 8269; and
Emerson compared, xx. 8346; not
appreciated, 8395; on slavery of
women, 8621; and the first Aboli-
tion Society, xxi. 9066; dreams of,
surpassed, xxiii. 9704; and the
Boston post-office, 10027
Franzen, Bishop, life of, ix. 3876;
"The Sword shall Pierce thy
Heart," 3876-78

Frederick the Great, and England,
xv. 6120; quoted, xvii. 7059
Prince of Wales, epitaph on,
xvii. 7170

William IV., King of Prussia,
life of, xiii. 5275; opening of the
Prussian Diet, 5275-88
Free coinage of silver, xx. 8436
Democracy, xiii. 5259, 5267
Freedman's Bureau ridiculed, xv.
6327

Freedmen, problem of, xix. 7926
Freedom, vs. Slavery, iii. 994; worth
fighting for, 1081; how abridged,
v. 2016; of one's house, 2034;
adored by America, 2132; wor-
shipped by men of English race,
2190; knowledge of, ix. 3510; the
birthright of man, x. 4184; in Ire-
land (in 1820), xv. 6539; "Devotion

to" (Montalembert), xvi. 6726; not
to be suppressed, 6766; idea of,
6771; possibilities from, in the
South, predicted by Bright, 6909;
not an end, xvii. 7122; transcen-
dent value of, 7419; established,
xix. 8119; and slavery compared,
8182; of speech outraged, 8200;
"The Cause of" (Hughes), xx.
8568; and Sumner, xxi. 8798; on
the flag, 8885; aspirations for,
9005; religious, xxii. 9445; and
evil, xxiii. 9755; defined, 9805;
purpose of, 9887; love of, not a
crime, xxiv. 10423
Free press, Lovejoy a martyr to a,

xvi. 6954

schools (H. W. Blair), xxiii.
9802; basis of free governments,
xvi. 6659

Soil Party, xx. 8571

Soilers, demand of, xiii. 5260
speech, i. 228, ii. 530, 612, iv.
1386, ix. 3642; guaranteed by Con-
stitution, xiii. 5339; quenched,
xiv. 5721; suppression of, xvii.
7255

thinking, a pernicious evil,

xxiv. 10407

trade, vi. 2556, x. 4077; and
seamen's rights, 4089; and Cal-
houn, 4264; between the States,
xii. 4962; and Jackson, xiii. 5667;
Cobden and, xiv. 6074; an aristo-
cratic disease, xvi. 6708; a great
and wise doctrine, 6824; a mistake,
xix. 8226; advantage of, xxiii.
9981; with Porto Rico, xxv. 10763
will, x. 3984

Freeze, J. A., translation by, i. 171
Frémont and victory, xviii. 7717
French, Daniel, sculptor of the Min-
ute-Man, xiv. 6001

American colleges, xix.

at
7998

Canadians, responsibility of,
xxiv. 10417

nationality, in control, xx. 8535
Friends, blessing of (address by
Lubbock), xxiii. 9773
Friendship, seductive influences of,
xxii. 9347

Froissart, quoted, on war, xvii. 7032
Froude, James Anthony, life of,
xviii. 7806; "Influence of the Ref-

ormation on Scottish Character,"
7806-34

Frye, William P., Senator from
Maine, and shipping, xx. 8730
Fugitive Slave Law, binding, xi
4694; constitutional, xii. 4856; ex-
amined by Thaddeus Stevens, 5028;
opposed by J. R. Giddings, xiii.
5259, 5262; by B. F. Wade, 5583;
characterized by Seward, xiv. 5721;
odious, xvi. 6756; author of, xvii.
7008; repeal of, 7406; exposed,
xviii. 7582; characterized, xix.

7882; unconstitutional, 8190;
Mason, author of, xx. 8573; sanc-
tifying influences of, xxiii. 10029

slaves, rendition of, legal, xv.
6179; surrender of, xvi. 6574; and
Northern Democracy, xxi. 9133
Fuller, Chief-Justice, quoted, xxv.
10745

Funeral Orations: Pericles, i. 15; St.
Ambrose, iii. 1154; Pietro Dami-
ani, 1242; Pierre Abélard, 1250;
Elred, 1268; Melanchthon, iv.
1332; Bossuet, 1558; Fléchier,
1629; Jonathan Mayhew, v. 1988;
Victor Hugo, xiv. 5780; Mazzini,
xv. 6113; R. C. Winthrop, xvi.
6337; Wendell Phillips, 6959;
Beecher, xvii. 7274; Bellows, xviii.
7435; E. H. Chapin, 7477; J. G.
Holland, xix. 8071; Da Silva,
8248; Colonel Higginson, xx. 8603;
Curtis, 8699; Lamar, xxi. 8796;
J. G. Blaine, 9147; Dean Farrar,
xxii. 9404; Robert G. Ingersoll,
9584; Bishop Potter, xxiii. 9811:
Phillips Brooks, 9905; Horace
Porter, 10040; Parkhurst, xxiv.
10474; Sir John Thompson, 10531

G

Gadsden, Christopher, quoted, xvii.

7311; a mountain torrent, xxi. 8895
Gage, Lyman Judson, and silver, xxi.

8917

General Thomas, in Boston,
v. 1958, 2009, vi. 2539, 2627;
quoted, v. 2136; violates faith, vii.
2715; and Concord, xx. 8676
Gaines, Major, quoted, xi. 4648
Galicia, how treated by Austria, XV.
6535

Gallagher, William D., quoted, xi.

4724

Gallatin, Albert, life of, viii. 3476;
"On the British Treaty," 3477-91
Galway, summons to, xx. 8464
Gambetta, Leon, life of,

99

xxiv.
10091; "France after the German
Conquest, 10091-102; "On the
Constitutional Laws," 10103-116
Garden, Count de, quoted, regarding
Russia, xiv. 5925

Garfield, James Abram, life of, xxii.
9437; inaugural address, 9437-47;
quoted, xvi. 6658; death of, 6665;
action of, xx. 8650; and the war,
xxi. 9026; Blaine's eulogy on,
9147; the martyr President, xxii.
9407; sermon on (Parkhurst), xxiv.

10474

Gargan, Helena Nordhoff, translation
of, xxii. 9403
Garibaldi, Giuseppe Maria, life of,
xv. 6186; last speech as a member
of the Italian Chamber, 6186-88;
"To his Soldiers,' 6188-90; in
commemoration of, xix. 8090; suc-
cess of, xxv. 10907
Garland, Francis P., translation by,
i. 54, 65, 114, ii. 653, 655, 658,
666, 668, iii. 1113, 1241, 1246,
1249, 1253, 1272

99

Garrison, William Lloyd, life of, xv.
6150; "Words of Encouragement,
6150-61; speech in London, 6161-
74; praised by John Stuart Mill,
xv. 6185; Phillips's eulogy on,
xvi. 6959; Argyll's welcome to,
xx. 8423; attitude of, 8611; and
the Liberator, 8701; mobbed, 8704;
and immediate abolition, 8712;
Harcourt on, xxi. 9034; and or-
thodoxy, xxiv. 10174
Garter, Order of, conferred on assas-
sins, ix. 3605

Gates, General Horatio, quoted, v.
2007

Gauls and Roman senators, xvii. 7100
Genealogy, Carlyle on, xiii. 5305
Generalship, a special gift, xx. 8603
Generosity, American, to exiles, xiv.

5809; love in competition, xxv.
10787

Geneva, government of, ix. 3593; ar-
bitration, xxii. 9497, xxv. 10556
Genghiz Khan, vi. 2327

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Saint, and the Dragon, xix. 7932
Georgia, and Garrison, xv. 6166; se-
cession of, opposed by A. H. Ste-
phens, xvii. 7208; demands pay-
ment for slaves, xx. 8495
Germany, nationality of, xiii. 5507;
Catholic Church in, xv. 6261; and
ship-buying, xx. 8743; army of,
xxi. 9040; and silver, 9179; navy
of, xxvi. 10441; a sleepless searcher
for new markets, xxv. 10597; so-
cial democracy in, 11019
Gettysburg, Lincoln's speech at, xvi.
6583

Ghent, treaty of, and the slave trade,
xviii. 7593

Gibbon, cited against Mexican war,
xii. 5197; in behalf of Shelley,
5244; anecdote of, xvi. 6948
Gibson, Milner, cited, xiv. 5906
Giddings, Joshua R., life of, xiii.
5259; denunciation of slavery,
5259-74; anecdote of, xx. 8649;
and servile insurrection, xxi. 8991
Gladstone, William Ewart, life of,
xv. 6338; "Domestic and Foreign
Affairs," 6339-76; "The Beacons-
field Ministry," 6377-96; "The
Government of Ireland Bill,” 6397–
6459; "Home Rule," 6460-6549;

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and the ballot, xii. 5066; quoted,
xiv. 5866, 5909, 5912, xxii. 9323,
xxv. 10835; criticised, xiv. 5866,
5875, 5908, xxii. 9278; judge of
insanity, xiv. 6072; on redistribu-
tion, xxii. 9263; formidable indi-
viduality of, 9273; cited, on woman
suffrage, 9612; characterized, xxiii.
9996, xxv. 10601; magnanimity of,
xxiv. 10466; cited, 10529; advo-
cate of peace, xxv. 10556; de-
nounced, 10654

Glass, mentioned by Pliny, xvi. 6932;
malleable, 6939

Glenfruin, massacre of, xxi. 9129
Glorification, foolishness of, XXV.

10904

God, defined, iii. 1150, 1200; as
judge, iv. 1537; love to fallen man,
v. 1783; wrath of, 1801; at the
helm, 1827; all power the gift of,
vi. 2316; invoked by Washington,
2508; by Patrick Henry, 2598; by
Boudinot, vii. 2658; sovereignty of,
viii. 3147, xvi. 6703; invoked by
Robespierre, 3301; vengeance on
public robbers, ix. 3521; access to,
3875 et seq.; fury not in, x. 4196;
invoked by Buchanan, xii. 4959;
vengeance of, on the nations, 5198;
of the living (sermon by Arnold),
5250, and slavery, xiii. 5342; con-
cept of, analyzed, 5344; in Ameri-
can history, 5508, 5520; no re-
specter of persons, 5613; love for
souls (Pusey's sermon), 5615; com-
munion with (Newman's sermon),
xiv. 5682; nearness of, 5774; exist-
ence of, proved, 5821; and man
inseparable, 5852; and miracles,
5859; and the People, xv. 6116; of
Revelation, 6139; invoked on the
Confederacy, 6217; in creation,
xvi. 6695; against slavery, xvii.
7005; of battles, 7060, xx. 8461;
universal love of, xviii. 7605; a
spirit, 7618; justice of, 7810; im-
mutable, xix. 8249; not on the
side of the strongest battalions,
xxi. 8870; a new, 8992; omnipres-
ence of, xxiv. 10130; eternal fa-
therhood of, xxv. 10812
Goethe, xii. 5313; quoted, 5324, xix.
8213; xxv. 10704, 10795, 11023,
11031; and the genius of the an-

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Goodwin, of Georgia, on the slave

trade, xx. 8575; Sands, xvi. 6933
Gordon, Charles George, Salisbury on
the abandonment of, xxii. 9283;
danger of, 9291; sufferings of, 9294
Lord George, convert to Juda-
ism, xiii. 5572
Gore, Canon Charles, on Leo the
Great, iii. 1209

Gorgias, life of, i. 49; encomium on
Helen, 49-54

Gorgon, legend of the, xix. 7958
Goschen, George Joachim, life of,
xxii. 9413; "The Cultivation of the
Imagination," 9413-22; cited, xv.
6465; criticised, 6534
Gottingen Library, xiii. 5449
Gough, John B., life of, xviii. 7730;

temperance address, 7730-50
Government, forms of, i. 227, iv.

1473; burdens of, v. 2020; made
by obedience, 2140; the gift of
God, vi. 2316; unity of, 2515; sum
of good, vii. 2733; essential prin-
ciples of, 2734; Federal, weakness
of, 2821; democratic, confounded
with representative, ix. 3511; mon-
archical, suitable for France, 3518;
how founded, 3555; different forms
of, 3613; military, a great scourge,

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