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22. The Atrocity of Slavery..........WEBSTER.......40

23. America in 1920.................Ibid............41

24. The Danger of Altering the Con-

stitution...................... MORRIS........

26. The Claims of Greece upon Ame-

rica.... ....... ........ ... EVERETT......

27. The Exordium of Curran's Defence

of Rowan.................... Curran ........

28. Catholic Emancipation...........Ibid...........

30. Christianity the Foundation of the

Law........... ...........Erskine .........52

31. Christianity the Faith of the most

Gifted Minds..................Ibid............53

32. The Occasions of Intemperance...C. SPRAGUE....55

33. The Effects of Intemperance upon .

a Republic.....................IBID..........

35. The Obligations of America to La- .

fayette......... ....... HAYNE........

36. The Obligations of America to

Greece.

....... WEBSTER.......

38. The Physical and Moral Effects of

Intemperance....... .........BEECHER.......63

40. The Slave Trade.... ...........Wilberforce..... 65

41, Mr. Wilberforce the great Projector

of Abolishing the Slave Trade...Ibid............67

43. The Responsibility Devolving on

the American People...........Fitch..........

44. The Obligations of America to En-

gland .........................EverETT......

45. The Sufferings of the Pilgrims.... IBID........

47. The Obligations of America to La-

fayette........................ STORRS........

49. The Condition of sreland in 1797..Curran.........

50. The Character of an Informer under

a Corrupt Government......... Ibid...........77

52. The Horrors of War.............. Chalmers., .....80

53. The Free Schools of New-England. STORY.........

55. The Death of Charles James Fox.. Sheridan....... 84

56. The Worthlessness of the Patronage

of - The Great”...............Johnson.......

58. The Fearlessness of Conscious In-

nocence.......................Emmet........

61. The Condition and Effects of Guilt. Curran ........

62. Mr. Burke's Speech in the Impeach-

ment of Hastings..............Burke. .......

63. A Defective Constitution better than

None........ ..........Smith.........101

64. The Union Essential to our Being

as a Nation..................AMES..........103

66. Parliamentary Reform opposed. .,Peel...........106

67. Parliamentary Reform advocated. Brougham......107

68. The Settlement of the Western

States......... ...........WEBSTER......108

69. Mr. Hayne's Reply to Mr. Web-

ster.

......... HAYNE........ 111

70. Mr. Webster's Rejoinder to Mr.

Hayne....... .......... WEBSTER......113

71. Conduct of South Carolina in the

Revolution....... .......... HAYNE........115

72. “Carrying the War into the Ene-

my's Country''................ WEBSTER......118

73. The Characters of South Carolina

and Massachusetts ............. IBID...........119

75. The Effects of the State Govern-

ments resisting the General Go-

vernment..... .......... IBID..........122

77. The Inestimable Value of the

Union ........................ Ibid...........124

80. Description of Junius ............ Burke........130

82. The true Object of Erecting Na-

tional Monuments............. WEBSTER......133

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83. Address to the Surviving Soldiers

of the Revolution ............ WEBSTER......134

84. The Obligations' of an American

Citizen................. ..... IBID...........135

86. Debate on the British Treaty.... AMES..........1371

87. The Obligations of National Faith. IBID...........140

88. The Ratification of the Treaty ne-

cessary to the Safety of the

Western Posts..

..... Ibid...........142 ..

89. The Duellist unfit for Offices of

Trust............. .......... BEECHER......143

91. Impeachment of Warren Hastings. Sheridan ......146

92. The Character of Filial Piety.... Ibid...........147

93. The Responsibility of Agents.....Ibid...........149

94. The true Nature of Justice .... ..Ibid...........150

96. The Claims of Greece upon Ameri-

ca......... ...........Dwight.......152

97. True and False Greatness Con-

trasted...

...WIRT.........153

101. Charaeter of the American Indian. Story........159

102. The Duties of Americans to their

Country. .................... IBID...........161

104. Christianity confirmed by its Mira-

. cles........

..... CHANNING.....164

105. The Importance of Classical

Learning...........

......... STORY........165

106. Death of Adams and Jefferson....IBID...........167

107. The African Slave Trade........Pitt...........168

108. The Devastation of the Carnatick. Burke.........169

110. The Right of Self-Defence.......DexteR.......172

111. Hobson versus Nobson.......... Foote......... 174

114. The Debt due to the Soldiers of the

Revolution..................P. SPRAGUE....179

115. The Same Subject continued.... IBID.... ......181

117. The Bristol Election............Burke.........284

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118. The English Embassy to America, . .

in the Revolution............. Burke....... . 185

119. The Duties of a Representative..Ibid...........186

121. Hamlet's Instructions to the

Players...................... Shakspeare.....191

122. Our Obligations to the Officers of

the Revolution............... LiviNGSTON....193

124. Public Quietness favourable to the

Discussion of a Question of

Public Interest............... Curran........ 195

125. The Impeachment of Judge Chase. HOPKINSON....196

126. The Character of Judge Chase. ..IBID...........197

129. Mr. Burke Declining the Election. Burke.........201

130. Lord Chatham on the State of the

Nation....................... Chatham.......203

131. Lord Chatham on the American

. War......... ..........Ibid........... 204

133. Speech of Brutus to the Romans.. Shakspeare.....206

134. Character of Charles James Fox. Burke.........207

135. The Alleged Oppression of South

Carolina.......

...M·DUFFIE .... 208

136. The Defence of the Tariff.......Davis.........210

137. The Rights of the Indians.... ....P. SPRAGUE....214

138. The Rights of the Indians........ STORRS....... 217

139. The Obligations of National Faith. IBID...........220

140. The Feelings of Georgia upon the

Removal of the Indians....... Foster........222

141. The Rights of the Indians...... EVERETT....... 223

144. The Character of Blannerbassett. WIRT..........231

145. The Impeachment of Judge Pres-

cott.......... ............ WIPSTER......233

146. The Commercial Character of

New-England................ QUINCY.......235

147. The Principles of Federalism .... BAYARD.......237

148. The Effects of Rotation in Office. IBID...........238

dence........................ IBID.......

185. The Attitude in which America

stands to the World............ IBID...........297

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