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266. Farewell Address at New Orleans..

267. Conclusion of Address at New Orleans..

268. Reconstruction of the Union

269. Speech at the Union Square Meeting..

270. The Perpetuity of the Union..

271. Our Reformers

272. Public Rumor....

273. Enfranchisement of the North

274. The Education of the War

275. Washington's Birthday, Feb. 22, 1864..

276. Our Heroic Dead..

277. Honor to our Heroes..

278. The Significance of the Contest

279. Military Capacity of the People..

280. Limit of Human Dominion ..

281. The Battle of Civilizations.

282. Secession the Death of Slavery

283. Commencement of Anti-slavery Movement..

281. “ Touch not Slavery'

285. Ohio.

286. The Controversy..

287. The Pretext of Rebellion.

288. No Neutrals; only Patriots or Traitors..

289. The Ordinance of Secession

290. “Hireling Laborers" of the North...

291. The Death of Slavery the Life of the Nation..

292. The Fanaticism of Massachusetts..

293. Defence of Massachusetts..

294. Emancipation....

295. Protection for Tennessee.

296. The Submissionists...

297. Address to Kentucky Volunteers..

298. The American Question in England.

299. Patriotism...

300. Political Morality.

301. Ideas the Life of a People.

302, The Same Concluded.

303. The War Policy of the President.

304. The Duty of the Hour...

305. The first Gun fired at Sumter..

306. Our Country's Call...

307. Manhood and Country.

308. Our Country's greatest Glory

309. Our National Anniversary

310. Southern Usurpations...

311. Monumental Honors.

312. The Crime of the Rebellion.

313. A Tribute to the Honored Dead.

314. On the Contiscation Bill..

315. The Crittenden Compromise.

316 Reply to Senator Breckinridge..

317. Emancipation -- Its Necessity and Justice.

318. The Reconstruction of Louisiana..

319. The Bible - Its Influence...,

320. The Bible - Its Deep and Lasting Power..

321. Support of Government by Force....

430

419

POETRY.

322. Our Country's Call

323. Not Yet....

324. The American Flag ..

326. Am I for Peace? Yes....

326. The Great Bell Roland.

327. The Massachusetts Line.

328. On the Shores of Tennessee.

329. A Battle Song of Freedom

330. The Voice of the North..

331. The Watchers..

832. Barbara Frietchie

333. Pro Patria....

334. The Cavalry Charge.

335. The Cumberland.

336. United States National Anthem.

337. The Fisherman of Beaufort.

338. The Flower of Liberty..

339. An Appeal....

340. The Last Charge.

341. Voyage of the Good Ship Union.

342. The Stripes and the Stars.

343. Who's Ready?..

344. Mitchell.

345. War Song..

346. The Black Regiment at Port Hudson.

317. Forward..

HUMOROUS

SELECTIONS.

PROSE.

348. Plea of Sergeant Buzfuz...

849. Mr. Puff's Account of Himself

350. Lyceum Speech of Mr. Orator Climax

351. Bullum vs. Boatum....

352. Pleading Extraordinary

353. Fuss at Fires....

354. Mr. Pepperage's Peroration..

355. Fourth of July Oration ...

503

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507

509

510

... 511

POETRY.

T. Hood

T. Hood..

T. Hood. ...

856. The Duel

857. Music for the Million.

858. Ode to my Boy, aged three Years.

359. The Height of the Ridiculous..

360. The September Gale..

361 Love and Murder....

362 The Removal..

363. Nongtongpaw...

864. The Swell's Soliloquy on the War.

365. The Alarmed Skipper .

266. The Cold-Water Man...

0. W. Holmes.

0. W. Holmes.

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C. Dibdin.

Vanity Fair.

J. T. Fields.

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Adams, J. Q........ 131, 132 Cowper, W.

257, 259

Aiken, Dr....

553 Cram, (Red Jacket).

126

Aldrich, T. B.

475 Croly, G...

63, 334

Allingham

569 Curran, J. P.

123, 124

Ames, F...

70 Curtis, G. W.... .425, 426, 428, 429, 460

Andrew, J. A..

390, 391

Anonymous ..57, 61, 80, 280, 281, 314, Dana, R. H. Jr.

383, 385

461, 503, 507, 509, 510, 524, 526, Deming, H. C....

417

551, 557, 558, 559, 566.

Demosthenes

200, 202

Aytoun, W.E.

318 Dewey, 0....

62

Dibdin, c.

527

Baker, E. D.

448 Dickens, C.

499

Bancroft, G..

403 Dickinson, D. S.

379, 381

Banks, N. P.

451 Dimond...

329

Barbauld, Mrs.
19 | Dobell, S.

251

Barré, Isaac.

11 Douglas, S. A.

406, 407

Beecher, H. W.
136, 443 Drake, J. R.

317

Beecher, Lyman

58 Dryden, J..

287

Benjamin, P..
249 Durivage, F. A.

476
Bennett, Nathaniel.

44

Benton, T. H.

102 Edmond, Mrs. A. M..

267

Boker, G. H.
493 Erskine, Lord

206, 207

Boutwell, G. S.

449 Everett, 111, 112, 113, 114, 116, 117

Brown, C. F. (A. Ward)..

511 119, 120, 122, 440, 441
Browning, R.

277
Brougham, Lord.. ..3, 91, 92, 93, 95 Fielding

555
Bryant, W. C...292, 294, 296, 457, 459 Fields, J. T.

529

Bullock, A. H.,

430 Fox, C. J.

127, 128, 129

Burke, É. ..191, 192, 193, 194, 195, 196, Frémont, J. C.

382

198

Burlingame, A.
363 Gage, Mrs. F. D.

481

Busteed, R.

439 Goodrich, C. A.

12

Butler, B.F.
875, 376, 378 Grattan, H.

25, 184, 187, 209

Byrom..

536, 637 Greene, A. G.

271

Byron, Lord.
335, 337, 339 Griffin

72
Grimké, T. S.

6, 8, 9

Campbell, T. ..298, 300, 301, 303, 305,

306

Hall, Robert.

46

Canning, G.

88, 89 Halleck, F. G.

314

Channing, W. E.

17, 18 Hamilton, G.

468

Chapin, E. H..
78 Hancock, John ........

190
Chatham, Lord. 170, 171, 172 Hayne, R. Y..

82

Cheever, G. B.

367 Heians, Mrs. ..232, 234, 235, 236, 237

Child, Mrs. L. M.

37 Henry, P.

41, 43

Choate, R. ..27, 28, 29, 30, 32, 33, 35, Hildreth, R.

368

36, 355, 356, 358, 359

Hillard, G. S.

Cicero

88, 39, 40, 393

199 Holmes, 0. W. 308, 433, 434, 435, 482,

Clay, H.

174, 175, 176, 178 483, 484, 485, 521, 522
Coleridge, S. T.
274 Holt, J.

420, 421

Collins, W.

..... 283 Hood, T. 242, 245, 513, 515, 519

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