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BURKE, EDMUND - Continued

Shame

- 359

Suspicion More Hurtful than Perfidy 359

<< The Road to Eminence Ought Not

to Be Made Too Easy"

- 359

« Things that Are Not Practicable Are

Not Desirable »

• 359

(1 Tribunals Fall with Peace »

· 359

Virtue Contagious as well as Vice 359

BURKE, Father (Tom » Ireland

(1830–1883)

All Men Fit for Freedom

- 359

Freedom of Conscience

359

BUSHNELL, HORACE America (1802–1876)

The Greatness and Littleness of Man

359

Habit

360

BUTLER, A. P. America (1796–1857)

The Gullies of Virginia

360

BUTLER, JOSEPH England (1692–1752)

On Evil Speaking -

360

BYRON, GEORGE GORDON, LORD England

(1788–1824)

Pacification by the Gallows

360

CÆSAR, Caius Julius Rome (100-44 B. C.)

Responsibilities of Greatness

360

Bad Precedents from Good Beginnings 360

CAHILL, Daniel W.

Irish-American

(1802–1864)

The Destruction of the World

360

Caird, JOHN

Scotland (1820-)

The Art of Public Speaking

The Personal Equation in Eloquence 361

CALHOUN, JOHN C. America (1782-1850)

Against the Force Bill

362

Legislation Nullifying the Constitution 362

Avarice and Political Corruption -

362

Cohesive Power of Capital

362

Union not Nation

Force and Consent -

362

Virtues of the Puritans

362

Governmental Power and Popular In-

capacity

362

Liberty and Society

363

Society and Government

363

Taxation when Unnecessary a Robbery 363

The Unpardonable Political Sin 363

CALVIN, JOHN Switzerland (1509-1564)

The Palm and the Dust .

363

CAMPBELL, ALEXANDER

America

(1788-1866)

Intelligence the Supreme Force

363

CANNING, GEORGE England (1770-1827)

Napoleon after the Battle of Leipsic

363

Perfection in Politics

363

Banknotes and Coin

- 363

Restlessness and Freedom

· 364

Reaction from Liberty to Despotism 364

"I Called the New World into Exist.

ence ».

364

( Measures and Men »

364

CARLYLE, THOMAS Scotland (1795-1881)

Healthiness and Holiness

364

Religion Has Higher than Civil Ends 364

Law Courts, or Chimneys for Deviltry · 364

CARLYLE, THOMAS - Continued

Justice and Success

364

You Will Have to Pay, My Friend 364

CARNOT, LAZARE NICOLAS MARGUERITE

France (1753-1823)

On American Liberty

365

CARPENTER, Matthew HALE America

(1824-1881)

National and Individual Life Compared 365

Limiting Principles Geographically · 365

Cass, LEWIS America (1782-1866)

The Power of Opprobrium

365

Precedents and Progress -

365

CASTELAR, EMILIO Spain (1832–1899)

Immortality and Resurrection - · 365

Cato, THE ELDER Rome (234-149 B.C.)

Woman's Rights

CATO UTICENSIS Rome (95-46 B.C.)

Making the Worse Appear the Better

Part

366

Good Breeding

Enemies a Benefit

366

CHALMERS, THOMAS Scotland (1780–1847)

How to Make a Name »

CHANNING, WILLIAM ELLERY America

(1780-1842)

Individual Sovereignty

367

Principles Give Power

367

The Present Age and the New Power

in the World

367

A Great Mind Formed by Great Ideas 367

Virtue and the Corruption of Wealth 367

Truth to Higher Convictions

The Greatest Man -

Religion against Arbitrary Power

Books Are the True Levelers

CHAPIN, EDWARD HUBBELL America

(1814-1880)

Labor Directed by Intelligence

The Source of Modern Progress

The Handwriting on the Wall

CHASE, SALMON P. America (1808-1873)

Jefferson and the West

Indestructible Union of Indestructible

States

- 369

CHÂTEAUBRIAND, FRANÇOIS RENÉ

France (1768-1848)

( There Is a God”.

369

CHATHAM, WILLIAM PITT, EARL OF

England (1708-1778)

The Crime of Being a Young Man 369

“If Not, May Discord Prevail For-

- 369

«God and the Host of Miters »

369

On the Expulsion of Wilkes

369

(If I Were an American »

· 370

On Lord North

· 370

Whig Spirit of the Eighteenth Century 370

Bayonets as Agencies of Reconciliation 370

CHESTERFIELD, Philip DORMER Stan.

HOPE, EARL OF

England

(1694-1773)

Taxing Vice for Revenue

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CHOATE, JOSEPH HODGES America

(1832-)

Farragut's Greatness

· 370

CHOATE, RUFUS America (1799-1859)

On the Death of Webster

370

Heroism of the Pilgrims -

Glittering Generalities

· 371

Step to the Music of the Union

371

CHRISTY, DAVID

America

(Nineteenth Century)

Cotton Is King

371

CICERO, MARCUS TULLIUS

Rome

(106-43 B. C.)

"Quousque Catilina »

372

« O Tempora! O Mores! »

372

«He Is Gone, He Is Fled, He Is Es-

caped »

372

Against Verres

372

Excess

373

Example

373

Laws and Magistrates

· 373

Clay, HENRY America (1777-1852)

Jackson's Seizure of Pensacola

373

Government by Conquest

Appeal in Behalf of Greece

• 374

Civil War

374

((Free Trade and Seamen's Rights » 374

Government a Trust

375

No South, No North, No East, No

West

375

Patriotism

- 375

« Rather Be Right than President) - 375

CLAYTON, JOHN M. America (1796-1856)

Taking Advantage of Weakness - · 375

CLEMENS, JEREMIAH America (1814-1865)

(Manifest Destiny »

375

Foreign War and Domestic Despotism 375

CLEON

Greece (?-422 B. C.)

Democracies and Their (Subjects » 375

CLEVELAND, GROVER America (1837-)

Communism of Capital

Condition Not Theory

Innocuous Desuetude

- 376

CLINTON, De Witt America (1769-1828)

Law vs. War

COBB, Howell America (1815-1868)

The Citizen-Soldier

· 376

COBDEN, RICHARD England (1804-1865)

Small States and Civilization

Armament Not Necessary

376

COLERIDGE, SAMUEL TAYLOR England

(1772-1834)

Hissing Prejudices -

376

CONKLING, Roscoe America (1829–1888)

The Candidate from Appomattox

Constant, BENJAMIN France (1767-1830)

Censorship of the Press

Cook, Joseph

America (1838–)

The Continental Republic

377

Corwin, THOMAS America (1794-1865)

u Shoot Them Down and Then Exhort

Them to be Free »

- 377

CORWIN, THOMAS- Continued

With Bloody Hands to Hospitable

Graves

- 377

God's Judgment on Nations

377

Cousin, VICTOR France (1792–1867)

Truth and Liberty

378

Cox, SAMUEL S. America (1824-1889)

True Religion and Politics

CRAPO, WILLIAM WALLACE America

(Contemporaneous)

Public Office a Public Trust

CRITTENDEN, JOHN JORDAN America

(1787–1863)

Clay as a Representative Man

CROCKETT, David America (1786-1836)

A Raccoon in a Bag

379

« Be Sure You're Right »

379

CULPEPER, SIR JOHN England (?-1660)

« Monopolies and Polers of the People » 379

CURRAN, JOHN PHILPOT,

Ireland

(1750-1817)

Pensions and Patriotism

379

Reply to Threats

379

The Irresistible March of Progress - 380

« Such is the Oscitancy of Man »

380

Appeal to Lord Avonmore

Informers in Treason Cases

Liberty of the Press

381

CURTIS, George WILLIAM America

(1824-1892)

« His Sovereignty under His Hat». - 381

CUSHING, CALEB America (1800-1879)

Primordial Rights

381

CYPRIAN, ST.

Carthage (200–258)

Contentment a Duty

382

CYRIL

Jerusalem (315-386)

The Wonders of Nature

DANIEL, JOHN W. America (1842-)

Washington a Man of Genius

382

DANTON, GEORGE JACQUES

France

(1759-1794)

«To Dare, To Dare Again ; Always to

Dare »

382

DAVIS, DAVID

America (1815-1886)

Lincoln and His Work

DAVIS, HENRY WINTER

America

(1817–1865)

Corrupt Politics and Civil War

383

Davis, JEFFERSON America (1808–1889)

Commerce Supported by Agriculture

The Characteristic of the Chivalrous 383

Davitt, MICHAEL

Ireland (1846-)

The National Life of Ireland

383

DAYTON, WILLIAM L. America (1807-1864)

Mexican Territory and Issues against

Slavery

383

DECATUR, STEPHEN America (1751-1808)

« Right or Wrong, Our Country » · 384

DemosTHENES Greece (384-322 B.C.)

Exordium of the < Oration on the

Crown »

384

382

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DEMOSTHENES - Continued

Lord Brougham's Translation of the

Exordium « On the Crown » 384

Peroration « On the Crown »

384

“A Wicked Thing Is a Calumniator ») 385

Liberty Sold at Athens

385

The Orator's Greatest Crime

385

How to Avoid Censure

385

<< Consider Whether You Are Not the

Country's Enemy)

385

DEPEW, CHAUNCEY M. America (1834-)

« Liberty Enlightening the World »). 386

DERING, SIR EDWARD

England

(1598-1644)

The Bottomless Pit of Error

386

DE SEGUR, Louis PHILLIPE France

(1753–1830)

The Lesson of History

386

DESEZE, RAYMOND France (1748-1828)

Nations and Their Right of Revolution 386

DEWEY, ORVILLE America (1794-1882)

Demosthenes and His Growth

386

Exclusiveness

DEXTER, SAMUEL America (1761-1816)

Self-Defense

386

DICKINSON, DANIEL S.

America

(1800-1866)

The Constitution the Soul of the Union 386

DICKINSON, JOHN America (1732-1808)

Peroration of the Declaration on Tak-

ing Up Arms in 1775

387

DIDON, PÉRE HENRI France (1840-1900)

“Higher Criticism »

387

DILKE, SIR CHARLES WENTWORTH

England (1843-)

“Finding America »

387

DINARCHUS Greece (361-291 B.C.)

Demosthenes Denounced

387

Dix, JOHN A. America (1798-1879)

Religion and Civilization

387

«Shoot Him on the Spot )

DOD, ALBERT B. America (1805-1845)

Truth and Error

DORSET, THE EARL OF

England

(1591-1652)

Against Prynne in the Star Chamber 388

DOUGHERTY, DANIEL

America

(1826-1889)

«Hancock the Superb »

Douglas, FREDERICK (1817-1895) America

The Right to Speak Out

Douglas, STEPHEN A. (1813-1861) America

His Last Words in Politics

Dow, LORENZO America (1777–1834)

The Contrasts of Life

DRUMMOND, HENRY Scotland (1851-1897)

« The Greatest Thing in the World” - 389

Dwight, TIMOTHY America (1752-1817)

<< Men Are Merely Taller Children » 389

EDMUNDS, GEORGE. F. America (1828-)

The Constitution Is the Ruler - - 389

EMERSON, RALPH WALDO America

(1803-1882)

< Nature Exists for the Excellent » 389

Individual Growth

389

EMMET, Robert Ireland (1778-1803)

On Being Found Guilty of High Trea-

son

- 389

ERSKINE, THOMAS, BARON England

(1750–1823)

Degradation of Religion by Politics 392

Precedents of Madness

· 393

“The Age of Reason »

• 393

EVARTS, WILLIAM MAXWELL America

(1818-)

The Wisdom of Second Thought 393

EVERETT, EDWARD America (1794-1865)

American Responsibilities

- 393

The Cloud of Witnesses -

394

Liberty Protected by Law

394

Efficiency the End of Existence - 394

The Village School

· 394

The People Always Conquer

Imperishability of Great Examples · · 395

FARRAR, FREDERICK WILLIAM England

(1831-)

« The Same Old Tears, Old Crimes, and

Oldest Ill ».

· 395

FÉNELON, FRANÇOIS DE SALIGNAC DE LA

MOTHE France (1651-1715)

The Power of Self-Forgetfulness - · 395

FIELD, David DUDLEY

America

(1805-1894)

Civil Liberty vs. Martial Usurpation - 395

FIELD, STEPHEN J. America (1816-1899)

Intimidation of Judges

FISHER, JOHN England (c. 1459–1535)

"A Pot that Is Bruckle »

FLANAGAN, WEBSTER M.

America

(Contemporaneous)

What Are We Here for? -

FLÉCHIER, ESPRIT France (1632-1710)

The Pride of the Soldier

FLOOD, HENRY Ireland (1732-1791)

On Grattan

Fox, CHARLES JAMES

England

(1749–1806)

The Character of a Virtuous Man

“The Tory System of Blood and Mas-

396

“Happy Americans »

Liberty Is Order! Liberty is Strength! - 397

Vigor of Democratic Governments - 397

FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN

America

(1706-1790)

Despotism and Popular Corruption 397

Prayer and Providence

397

<< We Must Hang Together"

FRELINGHUYSEN, FREDERICK THEODORE

America (1817-1885)

Self-Government in America

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GALLATIN, ALBERT America (1761-1849)

Against the Alien and Sedition Laws • 398

GAMBETTA, LEON France 838–1882)

Foundations for an Enduring Republic 398

GARFIELD, JAMES A, America (1831-1881)

«Great Ideas Travel Slowly »

398

GARRISON, William LLOYD America

(1804-1879)

"Covenant with Death and Agreement

with Hell”

GIBBONS, JAMES, CARDINAL America

(1834-)

“Every Man Has a Mission »

GLADSTONE, William Ewart England

(1809-1898)

The Covetousness of Nations

399

The Secret of Success

399

The Company of Books

399

The American Constitution

399

Gough, JOHN B. America (1817-1886)

Water

399

Grady, HENRY W. America (1851-1889)

New England

400

(We, Sir, Are Americans »

400

Grant, ULYSSES S. America (1822-1885)

Freedom and Education

400

GRATTAN, HENRY Ireland (1746–1820)

"In a Swoon, but She Is Not Dead » 400

Declaration of Irish Rights

· 401

Reply to Flood

- 401

Character of Chatham

GRAVES, JOHN TEMPLE

America

(Contemporaneous)

On Henry W. Grady

402

GREELEY, HORACE America (1811-1872)

After-Dinner Speech on Franklin

402

The Bloody Chasm

402

GREGORY OF NAZIANZUS Cappadocia

(6.325-340)

Basil the Great as an Orator

402

GRIMSTONE, SIR HARBOTTLE England

(1603-1685)

Abuses under Charles I.

403

Guizot, François PIERRE GUILLAUME

France (1787–1874)

The Two Elements of Civilization 403

HALE, NATHAN America (1755-1776)

But One Life to Lose

403

Hall, ROBERT England (1764-1831)

Duty and Moral Health

403

HAMILTON, ALEXANDER

America

(1757-1804)

« A Nation at War with Itself »

403

Let Us Not Mistake Words for

Things”).

404

Despotism and Extensive Territory - 404

National Debt a National Blessing 404

HAMILTON, ANDREW America (1676-1741)

“Heresy in Law as well as in Religion » 404

Law and Liberty

404

HAMMOND, JAMES H. America (1807-1864)

Mudsills

404

Cotton Is King

404

HAMPDEN, JOHN England (1594-1643)

« All Things Happen Alike to All Men » 405

HANCOCK, JOHN America (1737-1793)

“I Am a Friend to Righteous Govern-

ment »

405

HANNIBAL Carthage (247-183 B. C.)

Address to His Army

405

HARE, Julius CHARLES

England

(1795-1855)

Light as an Emblem

HARRISON, BENJAMIN America (1833-)

<< What Is to Be the End ».

405

The Only People Who Can Harm Us - 405

HARRISON, THOMAS England (1606-1660)

« The Shaking I have in My Hands and

Knees »

405

HAYES, RUTHERFORD B.

America

(1822–1893)

Service to Party and Country

405

HAYNE, ROBERT Y. America (1791-1839)

On Webster and Benton

Free Trade

406

Hazlitt, WILLIAM England (1778–1830)

Humor and Pathos

HECKER, FREDERICK KARL FRANZ

German American (1811-1881)

A Vision of America

406

HELMHOLTZ, HERMAN LUDWIG FERDINAND

VON

German (1821–1894)

Duration of Life on Earth

407

HENDERSON, JOHN B.

America

(Contemporaneous)

The Right to Make Foolish Speeches - 407

HENRY, PATRICK America (1736-1799)

<< Give Me Liberty or Give Me Death” 407

A Prophecy of Progress -

««Why Should We Fetter Commerce » - 409

HERDER, JOHANN GOTTFRIED VON

German (1744-1803)

« It Is No Tenet of Religion to Abjure

Thinking »

409

HIGGINSON, JOHN England (1616-1708)

Cent per Cent in New England

409

HILL, BENJAMIN HARVEY America

(1823-1882)

«I Was Born a Slaveholder »

409

HILLIARD, H. W. America (1808-1892)

Constitutional Government

409

Manhood

409

HOAR, GEORGE FRISBIE America (1826-)

The Puritan

410

HOLBORNE, SIR ROBERT

England

(c. 1594-1647)

Against Ship Money

410

HOLMES, OLIVER WENDELL America

(1809-1894)

Boston the Hub

410

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HOOKER, RICHARD England (1553-1600)

« Law's Seat in the Bosom of God »

410

HOUSTON, SAMUEL America (1793-1863)

“I Am Opposed to Both Extremes » 410

Hoyt, Rev. DR. WAYLAND America

(Contemporaneous)

Benevolent Assimilation and Manifest

Providence

410

Hughes, THOMAS England (1823-1896)

Work and Aspiration

410

Hugo, VICTOR France (1802–1885)

« The First Tree of Liberty)

411

Voices from the Grave

411

« Napoleon the Little )

411

« Providence for Us, the Politicians

Against Us »

411

HUMPHREY, E. P. America (1809-1887)

Limitation

411

HUSKISSON, WILLIAM (1770-1830) England

Innovation

411

HYDE, EDWARD, EARL OF CLARENDON

England (1608-1674)

< Men Who Had Lost Their Inno-

cence Could Not Preserve Their

Courage »

412

HYPERIDES

Greece (?-322)

Leosthenes and the Patriot Dead

412

INDIAN ORATORS

BLACK HAWK Address to General

Street

412

LOGAN-Speech on the Murder of His

Family

412

RED JACKET-Peroration of His Answer

to the Missionaries

413

WEATHERFORD-

Speech to General

Jackson

413

INGALLS, JOHN J. America (1833-1900)

On the Death of Senator Hill

413

INGERSOLL, Robert G.

America

(1833-1899)

« The Past Rises before Us »

413

ISÆUS

Greece (4th century B.C.)

The Athenian Method of Examining

Witnesses

413

ISOCRATES Greece (436–338 B.C.)

The Principles of Liberty and Good Or-

der -

414

JACKSON, ANDREW America (1767-1845)

Local Self-Government

414

JAY, JOHN

America (1745-1829)

When a Nation Forges Chains

414

JEFFERSON, THOMAS America (1743–1826)

Essential Principles of Americanism

414

Few Die, None Resign

415

Freedom to Err -

Good Government

415

Self-Government

415

Strong Government

415

JOHNSON, ANDREW America (1808–1875)

Swinging Around the Circle

• 415

KENNEDY, JOHN P. America (Contempora-

neous)

Progress of the Modern World

415

KINGSLEY, CHARLES England (1819-1875)

“ Thinking, Acting Dirt »

• 415

KNOTT, J. PROCTOR

America (1830-)

(The Centre of the Visible Universe »

415

KNOWLES, JAMES SHERIDAN England

(1784-1862)

Cæsar's Passage of the Rubicon

KNOx, JOHN Scotland (1505-1572)

« The Furious Rage of Man's Corrupt

Nature »

KOSSUTH, Louis Hungary (1802–1894)

A Providence in Every Fact

Power without Justice -

The Struggle between Good and Evil

416

LACORDAIRE, JEAN BAPTISTE HENRI

France (1802-1861)

«« The Claiming of Rights »)

LAMAR, L. Q. C. America (1825-1893)

Sumner and the South

· 417

LAMARTINE, ALPHONSE MARIE LOUIS

France (1790–1869)

Godlessness of the French Revolution - 417

LARDNER, DIONYSIUS Ireland (1793-1859)

The Question of the Skies

LATIMER, Hugh England (c. 1490-1555)

The Tears of the Widow

LAURIER, SIR WILFRID Canada (1841-)

Four Great Men

LEE, HENRY America (1756-1818)

« First in War, First in Peace >>

LEGARÉ, HUGH S. America (1789-1843)

Constitutional Liberty a Tradition

LINCOLN, ABRAHAM America (1809-1865)

« A House Divided against Itself »

419

«Government of the People, by the Peo-

ple, and for the People »

419

Live

Rome (59 B.C.-C. 17 A. D.)

Canuleius Against the Patricians 419

LOWELL, JAMES RUSSELL America

(1819–1891)

The Empire of the Soul

• 419

LUBBOCK, SIR JOHN England (1834-)

A Rule of Study. -

· 419

“Bags of Wind, for Sacks of Treasure » 419

LUTHER, MARTIN Germany (1483-1546)

«Here I Stand, I Cannot Do Other-

420

LYCURGUS Greece (396–323 B.C.)

Peroration of the Speech against Leo-

crates

420

Lysias

Greece (c.459-380 B.C.)

Denouncing the Thirty Tyrants

LYTTON, EDWARD GEORGE EARLE LYT-

TON BULWER, BARON England

(1803-1873)

Demosthenes and the Classics -

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