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xiv. 5843; and repeal, xv. 6482;
cited, 6497, xvi. 6962; depicted
by Meagher, xx. 8480; on D'Arcy
McGee, 8781; great constitutional
leader, xxii. 9251
O'Devany, Bishop, execution of, xxii.

9245

Odysseus, speech of, i. 1-4; the long-
suffering, xix. 7941

Office, a fixed term of, xx. 8630, 8642;
holding, v. 2043

Offices, proportion of, South and
North, xvii. 7212

Ohio, and Hayne, xii. 4982; compared
with Kentucky, 4983

O'Hurley, Bishop, execution of, xxii.
9244

Oldmixon, John, quoted, xvii. 7113
Oligarchy of slaveholders, xviii. 7705
Olmütz, settlement at, xviii. 7532
Olympic Games, a noble theatre for
display, x. 4255

Olynthiac: 1st, ii. 439–47; 2d, 448–
56; 3d, 456-66

Olynthians, evil plight of, i. 414
Olynthus, described, ii. 439
Omar Khayyám, xxi. 8006; quoted,
xxiii. 9748; In Praise of (John
Hay), xxiv. 10211

Omnibus Bill, xv. 6239
Ontario, free schools of, xxiii. 10078;
founders of, xxiv. 10264
Opinion, public, power of, ix. 3592,
xviii. 7569; in France, ix. 3661;
designates to Presidency, x. 4092,
4234; on slavery, xi. 4699; univer-
sality of, xiii. 5422; freedom of,
xiv. 5750; revolutions in, xvi.
6895; enthroned, xix. 8276
Opinions, ill-founded, v. 2007; free-
dom of, ix. 3648; subjected to scru-
tiny, x. 4126; a part of the social
constitution, 4259; diversity of, xiii.
5462
Opium war, immoral, xvi. 6884
Oppian law, Cato in support of the, ii.
658

Opportunities lost, ii. 442, 519
Opposition, manly, approved, xvii.
7256; fierce and predatory, xix.
8098; use of an, xxii.. 9230
Oppression, approach of, resisted, x.
4260; prevalent in the U. S., xxi.
9030
Oppressions, list of British, vii. 2712

Orangeism, political, xx. 8535
Orations, Emerson's, xx. 8333
Orators, of Athens, i. 310; made by
the State, ii. 597; American, xxi.
8943; of Canada, xxiii. 10085
Oratory, zeal for, in Athens, i. 45;
power of, 52; value of, 326; silence
the best, iv. 1468; of Webster, xiii.
5476; of Garfield, xxi. 9160; value
of, xxii. 9301; defined, xxv. 10699
Ord, General, on Arkansas, xxii. 9427
Ordinance of 1787, xi. 4437, 4670, xii.

4972, xv. 6243, xvi. 6614; of 1789,
xviii. 7700.

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Thomas, life of, vii. 2642; speech
in the French National Convention,
2642; and the operative classes,
xxiv. 10179

Palestine, fame of, xviii. 7605; state
of, in Isaiah's time, xx. 8353
Paley, William, quoted, on lubricity,
XX. 8368

Pallas, meaning of, xix. 7973
Pall Mall, and its memories, xvii. 7156
Palmerston, Henry John Temple, Vis-

count, life of, xii. 4819; on the
Affairs of Greece, 4819-31; cited,
xiv. 5870; government of, xxii.
9271; anecdote of, xxiv. 10455
Pamphilus, robbed by Verres, ii. 799
Panathenaic festival, ii. 476
Pandareos and gluttony, xix. 7949
Paoli, Pascal, characterized, viii. 3215
Papacy, on a volcano, xv. 6557
Papists, increase of, iv. 1677
Paris, University of, xii. 4880; good
order in, 4913; workmen of, xvii.
7133; loved by Zola, xxiv. 10334
Parker, Theodore, life of, xvi. 6732;
"The State of the Nation," 6732-
69; "The Dangers from Slavery,
6770-91; the Jupiter of the pulpit,
6969; forgotten, xxiv. 10146; and
slavery, 10173

Parkhurst, Charles Henry, life of,
xxiv. 10474; "On Garfield," 10474-

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Parkman, Francis, histories of, xxii.
9558; cited, xxiii. 10072
Parliament, Grattan's, xv. 6412, 6466
of England, supremacy of, iv.
1473, 1487; office of, 1515, v. 1877,
1895; immortal, ix. 3539; origin
of, xii. 5167; "Barebones," xiii.
5302; and O'Connell, xiv. 5846; a
seventh session of, xv. 6377; su-
premacy of, attempted, xviii. 7769;
proposed dissolution of, xxii. 9269
Parliamentary, inquiry, v. 1874, 1877,

1892, 1939; leaders, xxi. 9160
Parnell, Charles Stewart, life of, xxv.

10571; "Against Non-resident
Landlords," 10572-75; "The Co-
ercion Bill," 10576-85; cited, xv.
6413; discredited, xxii. 9370; as a
leader, xxiv. 10418
Partingtons, two male Mrs., xiii. 5341
Partisan bitterness, xxiv. 10235
Partisanship, value of, xxi. 8966
Partition, madness of, xviii. 7795
Party, dangers of, vi. 2520; growth
of, xi. 4480; creation of a, xiv.
5844

Past, a homespun, xix. 7980; the

best prophet of the future, xx.
8430; key to the present, 8597
Paston, Margaret, letter of, quoted
from, xvii. 7109

Patents, property in, xvi. 6991
Pater, Walter, quoted, xxiii. 9759
Patience, benefits of, iii. 1114; ingre-

dient of love, xxv. 10785
Patriot Heroes, in honor of, xix. 7888
Patriotism, iv. 1732, vi. 2513, vii.
2634, 2903; defined by Fisher
Ames, viii. 3267; in France, ix.
3660; necessary, 3724; not felt, x.
4101; desponding, cheered by Bun-
ker Hill Monument, xi. 4360;
models of, 4526; and Indian war-
fare, xii. 5040; of Daniel Webster,
xiii. 5481; and philanthropy, 5516;
local, x. 6456; narrow notions of,
xvii. 7070; essential to good gov
ernment, 7218; forbids combina-
tion, xviii. 7560; of Scotch nobles,
7814; sentiment of soldiers' monu.
ments, xix. 8128; in favor of the
war, 8148; Dr. Johnson on, xx.
8347; martyrs of, 8600; privilege
and duties of (King), 8748; of the
Laplander, xxi. 8783; Irish, 8789;
true and false, xxii. 9509; the duty
and value of (Archbishop Ireland's
address), xxiv. 10192; defined,
10193; oration on (Everett), 10280;
commonplaces of, 10296; not learned
in Wall Street, xxv. 10630; narrow-
ness of Greek, 11027
Patronage, x. 4119; dangers of, xii.
4989; advantage of, 5113
Pauperism in England, xvi. 6880;
cost of, 6895

Paul, Emperor of Russia, vii. 2852

Saint, quoted, iii. 1115, 1153,
1169, 1174, 1177, 1179, 1187, 1231,

1251, 1269, 1284, 1285, 1286, 1289,
1304, iv. 1320, 1333, 1370, 1397,
1574, 1591, 1623, 1642, 1704, 1793,
1797, xi. 4667, xii. 5238, xiii. 5649,
xiv. 5682, xv. 6261, xvii. 7189,
7192, xviii. 7467, xxiii. 9781, xxiv.
10474, xxv. 10781; Christ to, xv.
6148; and the promise, xxi. 9174;
a Roman citizen, xxiv. 10199
"Paul and Virginia," anecdote of,
xiii. 5639

Peabody, George, munificence of, xvi.
6659

Peace, risks of, ii. 523; false, 532;
beauty of, iii. 994; how obtained,
v. 2118; desirability of, vii. 2877;
French love of, viii. 3388; Pitt, a
lover of, 3456; monarchy an enemy
of, ix. 3741; how attained, x. 4094;
restoration of, 4144; at Bunker
Hill, xi. 4362; results of, 4462; a
treaty of, 4617; party of, xiii. 5625;
with honor, xiv. 6063, xv. 6384,
xix. 8099; the blessings of, xv.
6360; Walpole, Grey, Peel, in favor
of, xvi. 6876; always honorable,
xvii. 7021; endangered by war
preparations, 7111; permanent, a
desideratum, 7122; disturbed by
repeal of Missouri Compromise,
xviii. 7698; America's duty, 7796;
prosecution of, xix. 7925; army of,
8118; through carnage, xx. 8760;
reigning in the South, xxi. 8843;
proffers of, 9025; rooted in the
hearts of all (Diaz), xxii. 9363; in-
ternational (Dean Stubbs), xxv.
10545; ignoble, 10873

Congress, xxv. 11030

Jubilee, description of, xxii.

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Peers, creation of, xxii. 9272
Peirce, Benjamin, quoted, xxiv. 10139
Pelham, Henry, quoted, v. 1873
Pellieux, General de, cited, xxv. 10910
Peloponnesians, poverty of, i. 26, 27
Peltier, Jean, ix. 3585 et seq.
Pendleton, Edmund, quoted on ne-
groes, xx. 8416; on the spoils
system, 8629

George Hunt, life of, xxi. 8790;
"On Reconstruction, "8790-95
Penelope, described, xix. 7960
Penn, William, to the Indians, xvii.
7112; compared with Miles Stan-
dish, xxii. 10026

Pensions, xxv. 10922; for Rebels,
xx. 8497; scandal of, xxii. 9533
Peonism in California, xi. 4690
"People, Office of the" (Bancroft's

oration), xiii. 5630

Pepys, Samuel, quoted, xx. 8622
Percy, Lord, barbarities of, xx. 8687
Perfection, impossibility of, v. 1839
Pericles, i. 35; life of, 14; funeral

oration, 15-24; against the demand
of the Lacedæmonians, 25-30; de-
fence of his policy, 30-4; quoted,
xi. 4130, 4140; quoted (on woman),
xv. 6359; oration of, characterized,
xxi. 8769; on clear speaking, xxii.
9304; failure of, xxv. 11027
Perinthus, besieged by Philip, ii. 569
Perpetuities, xix. 8205
Perrault, Dr., quoted, xxiv. 10398
Perry, Commodore, conduct of, x.
4054

Persecution, xiii. 5564; in Greece,
xii. 4828; in Ireland, 4845; of man-
kind, xiv. 5851

Persecutions, ended, xxii. 9650
Persia, aid for Athens solicited from,
ii. 549, 569

Pestalozzi, quoted, xiv. 5949
Peter, the Apostle, iii. 1230, 1232,
1235, 1238, 1244, 1251, 1252, 1298,
iv. 1371; quoted, xv. 6263; Christ's
message to, xvii. 7201
Pétion de Villeneuve, Jérôme de, re-

proached by Danton, viii. 3353
Petition of Rights, iv. 1520, v. 1918
Pharaoh, the great slaveholder, xii.
5025

Phaselis, a home of pirates, ii. 798
Phelps, Edward John, life of, XX.

8407; farewell address, 8407-11

Phelps, William Walter, life of, xxiv.
10257; Sound Currency, 10257-62
Phi Beta Kappa addresses: Clinton,
ix. 3736; Story, x. 4117; Everett,
xii. 5108; Emerson, xiv. 5927; T.
F. Bayard, xxi. 9037; Wayne Mac-
Veagh, xxii. 9507; Charles Francis
Adams, Jr., xxiii. 9829; William
Everett, xxiv. 10280
Philadelphia, described, xix. 8268;
holy ground, birthplace of liberty,
xxi. 8936
Philanthropy, false, viii. 3154, xiii.
5502, 5515; true, 5523; glorious
march of, x. 4128; of Wendell
Phillips, xx. 8716

Philip, envoys of, i. 233, 369; bribery
of, 251; interest of, 253; trickery
of, 255, ii. 449; letters of, i.257, 267,
292, 295, 352, ii. 507, 511, 515, 537,
577; victories of, i. 259; conven-
tion with the Phocians, 355; re-
sources of, 363; as an Amphictyon,
368, ii. 482; generosity toward the
daughters of Apollophanes, i 393;
growth in power, ii. 443, 466, 535;
his excesses, 453; uneasy con-
science of, 494; fallacious argu-
ments of, 500; as a benefactor,
510; aggressions of, 525, 533; in-
jurious acts of, 536; pre-audience at
Delphi, 538; ill-will to Athens, 565;
declares war, 570, 585; gives Halus
to the Pharsalians, 571; distrusted
by his allies, 573

Philippic: 1st, ii. 466-81; 2d, 489-

98; 3d, 529-48; 4th, 549-68
Philippines, The, xxiv. 10223, xxv.
10570; and the United States, xx.
8542; Senator Hoar on, xxi. 8908,
8922; independence of, 9082; in-
habitants of, xxii. 9341; the navy
in, xxiv. 10438; a trust, 10498;
status of, 10512, xxv. 10718; in
dustries of, 10773; responsibility
for bloodshed in, 10879; peace in,
10899; duty in, 10923; Bryan on,
10960; ours forever, 11006
Philistine, the British, xx. 8334
Phillips, Charles, life of, xii. 4832; at
an aggregate meeting of Roman
Catholics, 4832-47; at a dinner on
Dinas Island, 4847-52

Fifty-nine," 6913-30; "The Lost
Arts," 6931-49; "The Murder of
Lovejoy," 6949-58; "Eulogy of
William Lloyd Garrison," 6959-72;
compared to Christ, xv. 6325; eu-
logy of (Curtis), xx. 8699; on
Brown's raid, quoted, xxi. 8990;
quoted, xxiv. 10175; eulogy of
(Long), 10216
Philocrates, associated with Æschines,
i. 340, ii. 481; impudent speech of,
i. 350; impeachment of, 369; de-
cree of, 378, 382, ii. 505
Philon, Theban ambassador, speech
of, i. 376

Wendell, life of, xvi. 6913;
"John Brown and the Spirit of

Philosophy, not religion, xviii. 7468;
and religion compared, 7469;
meaning of, xxiv. 10282
Phocians, plight of, i. 360, 373
Phocion, praised by Carlyle, xiii. 5313
Phoinix, i. 8; speech of, 8
Phrenology, characterized by Henry
Clay, x. 4034

Pickwick, growing unintelligible, xxv.
10798

Piedmont, statesmen of, xiii. 5423;
diplomacy of, 5428

Pierce, Franklin, quoted, xiv. 5739,

xv. 6227; invokes peace, xviii. 7698
Piety, genuine, xiii. 5323
Pigott, Richard, death of, xxv. 10589
Pikes in the European carp-pond, xviii.
7830

Pilgrim Fathers, commemorated, xv.

6306; celebration of the, xviii. 7798
Pilgrims, characterized, ix. 3675; con-

stitution of, xii. 5116; destiny of the,
xxi. 8771; character of the, 8900
"Pilgrim's Progress," a new kind of,
xxiii. 10025

Pilgrim's Rock, holy ground, xxi. 8936
Pillsbury, Parker, quoted, xxiv. 10174
Pinckney, Charles, life of, viii. 3315;

on the Federal Constitution, 3315-
27; on the Missouri Compromise,
xviii. 7701

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William, life of, ix. 3544; "For
the Relief of the Oppressed Slaves,
3544-51

Coatesworth, quoted, xix. 8309
Pindar, quoted, xix. 7943, 7975
Pinel, Philippe, and the insane, xvii.
7102
Pioneers, A Nation of, xxv. 10889
Piracies, English, xviii. 7873

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