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793. WORK ENOUGII FOR ALL.-G. R. RUSSELL. | descends on the expectant foolscap, it is, It is a

common complaint, perpetually perhaps, only to chronicle rhymes which shall reiterated, that the occupations of life are jingle, for a day, in some weekly newspaper. filleri to overflowing; that the avenues to Be who draws on genius alone, is ofteutimes wealth, or distinction, are so crowded with answered by-no funds; his drafts are unex. competitors, that it is hopeless to endeavor to pectedly protested, and he finds himseil make way in the dense and jostling masses. bankrupt. even while unlimited wealth seems Long before Cheops had planted the basement glittering around him. stone of his pyramid, when, Sphinx and Colossi

It is not revealed how much of the celebrity had not yet been fashioned into their huge of gifted men has been dependent on “bard existence, and the untouched quarry had given digging." The rough drafts of inspiration ont neither temple nor monument, the young are not printed; the pen-crossings, those Esyptian, as he looked along the Nile, may modernized marks of the inverted stylumi, lave mourned that he was born too late. curl up chimney. There may have been Fate had done him injustice, in withholding much perplexity, before smooth verses, wbud his individual being till the destinies of man fall so harmoniously on the ear, were tortured were accomplished. His imagination warmed into existence; many a trial, before the at what he might have been, had his chances splendid figure could be hammered into shape. been commensurate with his merits; but what The wondrous efforts of the mightiest masiers remained for him now, in this worn out, of art have something in them besides genius. battered, used up hulk of a world, but to The transfigured divinity of Raphael, and the sorrow for the good old times, which had walls covered over by a pencil which seems exhausted all resources !

to have been dipped in sunbeams, are reconds The Roman youth, as he assumed the not only of the mind, that could in age w toga virilis," and, in all the consciousness itself those creations, but of the intense study of newly acquired dignity, folded about him which, it is known, he devoted to the elemeuis his fresh insignia of manhood, thought that it of his art. Not by sudden flashes came the should bave been putou some centuries earlier. graceful proportions, which give such exceed. Standing amidst memorials of past glories, ing beauty to his works. Genius trusted not where arch and column told of triumphs, which to itself alone, but gathered from sciene had secured boundless dominion, he felt that illustrated in the anatomical room, and from nothing was left for the exercise of his genius, untiring contemplation of dead and living or the energies of his enterprise.

model, every auxiliary that could coutribute The mournful lamentation of antiquity has to excellence. not been weakened in its transmission, and it When Michael Angelo hewed out his is not more reasonable now, than when it thought in marble, or personated, in fresco, groaned by the Nile and Tiber. There is the awful conceptions of the bard he loved so always room enough in the world, and work well. giving material form to more than the waiting for willing hands. The charm that ideal of Dante, he produced the result of conquers obstacle and commands success, is profound meditation, mingled with the severest strony Will and strong Work. _Application application to the acquirement of all knowledge is the friend and ally of genius. The laborious that could aid his unrivalled power. scholar, the diligent merchant, the industrious mechanic, the hard-working farmer, are thriving

794. CHRIST STILLING THE TEMPEST. men, and take rank in the world, while genius,

MRS. AEMANS. by itself, lies in idle admiration of a fame that

FEAR was within the tossing hark, is ever prospective. The hare sleepsor amuses When stormy winds grew loud; himself by the wayside, and the tortoise wins And waves came rolling, high, and dark, the race.

And the tall mast was bowed. Even the gold of California requires hard work. It cannot be had for the gathering, por

And men stood, breathless, in the dread, is it to be coaxed out with kid gloves. The

And baffled, in their skill

But One was there, who rose, and said patents of nobility, on the Sacramento, are To the wild sea,

"Be still!! the hard hand and the sun-burned face of the laboring man.

And the wind ceased-it ceased! thas word Genius will, alone, do but little in this Passed through the gloomy sky; matter of fact, utilitarian, hard-working world.

The troubled billows ExŁw the Lord, He who would master circumstances must

And sank beneath his eye. come down from the clouds, and bend to

And slumbers settled on the deep, unremitting toil. To few of the sons of men

And silence, on the blast, is given an exception from the common As when the righteous fall asleep, doom.

When death's fierce throes are past. “The poet's eye, in a fine frenzy rolling,

Thou, that didst rule the angry hour, May glance from heaven to earth, from earth to

And tame the tempest's moodheaven,"

Oh! send the spirit forth in power, and yet, in all that space, encounter nothing

O'er our dark soul to brood. but air, too impalpable to be wrought into a local habitation or a name.

Thou, that didst bow the billow's pride, His suspended

Thy mandates to fulfilpen inay wait in vain for the inspiration that Oh! speak, to PASSION's raging tide, is to bring immortality; and wben, at last, it Speak, and say --- PEACE! BE STILL!”

CONTENTS OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ELCCUTION.

391

A-its Sounds, 17, 18, 19, 20-2-4-7-9: Ab-'95; Difference 55, 64; Difficulty 201; Discov.

otract Questions. 134-5: Action and Reaction, lery of Glass, 7; Dispose of the Throat, 149;

82: Accent, 69, 80: Accommodating, 24: Acule Disinterestedness, 13. Drogenes, 17; Dismisse

Pain, 196: Admiration, 179, 193: Admonition, ing. 207 ; Distraction, 27. lor Fatsius and the

199. 201: Advice to a Trave er, 151: Afraid to do Devil 13; Division of Prome and Poeiry, 74,

III, 143: Afraid of Work, 20 : Affectation, :02:34: Doctor'm. :: Down with your Durl, 111;

1

Affectious and Heart, 71 : A Fool, 192: Afirm- Lloral and Abdominai Muscles, ji. Ir. and l'a.

ing, 200. Agriculture. 26: Agrippa's Promise kpl, ver, 100: Don't know lun. 119; Double Mean-

IN: A got off, 33 : Alderman's great Toe, 117: ing. 79. Dotaze, 207; Lon't swear, 21; Dress,

Alexander and the Pirate, 110: All the Pauses, 101 Dramale, 133: Drunkaru, 113; Draco's

83: All the World u Slage. 154: All the Vowel Laws, 131: Dyspepsia, 104, Dueling, 12. Du-

sounds. 33: Amazement, 10, 201: Amusements, lies, 30; Dying bui once, 1; Lymanics, 146-2;

62. Anecdote on every page : Analys s and Syn. Dying Chnauan, 12).

thesix, 4-9, &c.: Analogies, 27. 72: Anger, 154, E-its Sounes, 21-44-9, 57- 17; Eat Bacon,

142: Anthony's Chalenge. 89: Anxeiy. 217 : 203; Ecstany, 175. Educators, 23 Education, 18

Application, 102: Appropriate Sign, 148: Archi. 25, 76, 113-7, 102, 1-4), 236 : Effects of Know-

tecture, 103: Arab and Foot prints, 66: Ariitra. ledge, 13; Effective Style, 162; Effects of suc-

ty Rules, 162: Articulation, 24, 56: Arms, 21-9: cess, 204; Eliza's wise Chorre, 2007; Elocution,

A Scold, 53: Association of ideas, 169: A pi. 15. 28, 33-9, 13, 136. Elocution *1.37. bloquence,

rates, 65: Attention, 157: Antonisment, 1!: 126, 163-4; Emmet's Betrothed, 76; End, (nose,

Altitudes, 10, 230 : Au, 23-0); Authority, 44, Effect, 121, 12; Enr.phasin, M. JIS by Stress,

202: Autumn, 75, 96 : Awkwardness, 237 : Aver: 101-2-3 by (hanging it. 10-4-5, by bigler Pitch,

Bion, 179.

106; 1y Quaifily, 107-9; by a lause, 113;

B-one Sound, 35: Base Character. 145: Benu. Enjoyment. 94; Eau, Ew, 25 : Enunciation, 61;
ty, Wil and Gold, 142: Beautiful World, 197: Encouraging, 20; Envy, 132: Epi aph, 119; En.
Beauty, 136, 134: In the Deep, 101: Be earnesi, vy and Jealousy, 166: Lame pers of Manner,
1:39. 132: Beware of relying too much on Intlec-101; Error and Truth, 24; Equally. 51. Eter:
tions, 169: Biile 17, 125, 146: Birth Day, 71 : nal Joy, *, Eternal Progress, 37. El quette of
Bigots, 102: Blood Globules, 10: Roasting, 210: Stairs, and of Roing, 191; Evening Bells. 37;
E ushing, 40: Boards or Sheep, : Bound in Ethics, 106 ; Lve's Lament, 187, Everything

cali, noi lettet d. 220): Botany, 03: Book-keep. Useful, 214: Eve, 233 ; Experience 8,111; Ex.

ing, 36 : Blundering on the Truth, 72: Boys and clamation, 90; Extemporizing, 128, 106; Explo

Frogs. 97; Botany Bay Patriots, 160 : Blind sion and Expulsion, the difference, 26, 63, Ex-

man's Rose, 149: Blown up Lieutenant, il : Bo-tremes, 204 ; Eyes, 928.

dy and Mind, 70: Bonaparte's Check, 52 : Buun. F-it sounds. 4-3 Face, 227 : Faults in Ar-

daries of Knowledge, 34: Boundless Na'ure of ticulation. 43; Fatigue, 209; Far W+#l... Fre!

Oratory, 601 : Book of Nature, 263: Bourdalone, and Ilands. II, 27 6. 2); Female Education,

171: Braying, 223: Breathing. 9. 19. 87: Brough- 1:37 ; Fear, 11 Fsherman. 113: Finishing on's

am's Eyı, 4) : Brotherly Love, 190: Bruce and Studies, 67: Force of Habil, 115; Foily and Wis.

the Spider. 213 : Brutus, 32 : Buffoonery, 214: dom. 97Fying from and to the Church, 117;

Bunyan's Indictment, 211: Butterfly. 117 Forehead, 22; Free to do Good. 192 Freedom,

C-s sounds, 4-7---9; Cadence, 19; Catch 28, 78; Franklin's Epitaph, 204: Free, ti of

Ing a Tartar, 27; Causes of Greek Perfection, I thought, 43; Free Schools. 173; 44 sound, (3;

27; Cause and Effect, 32, 90 ; Census of 1-10, Frederick the Great, 17. Friendship. 111: Tre

151 ; Ch.57-9, 39; changes 40); (ha ge, of Ac. dom of the Press. 113: Forming Theories, w?;

cent. 71-2 : Characteristics of Man, 119; (hil. Frighi, 193. Fury, 150

dren and Animals, 121: Chinese, 33 ; Chinese G-Is Sounds 11-5-6; Gambling 153: Gerer.

Physicians, 10; Cheerfu 138, 172; Child of al Intelligence, 23; Geography, 101; Garrak

Promise. 19-; Christinn Character, 53; Choice 175, 224, he sat for Todma's portrait, :19;

of a Husand, 130, Chemistry, 95; Ccero, 2, Gentleman and Tenant, w; Genius. 219; Ges.

71, 11- Ini, 2.3.3; Clay, 149, Clemency to Ruth tures, 21; Gh. 49-3; Ging. Granti's: 2111

alis. 210, 215, Clergyman in Leni, 6); (''assifica-Gluttis. 11; Goblin full of Wrth, 126, Good

tion of consonants. 68-1-7; Client's Bones, Sense. . Goodness of Providence. 1; Grad

145 : Cobler. 1:22Colon, -7: Colonel, his own Works, 13), Goldsmith's Goll Pall 1:1; God

trumpeter, US; (oincidences, 7; Combina- Name, 12-; Good Example 149. Government,

tions of Waves, 10; Common Opinions, 35 : 116. 1.9; Grand Objeris, 66, 6rd#!lors

Cominon Sense, 107, Compass on, 117.13. Come Gratitude. 10. 211. Graviy 99: Grech and

pressous and contrartions. 21 ; Commendation, Irish. 101; Great Mistake, 21; Grief IS, 213,

2017; Conciseness 14. Conduct towards Suear. Grumbers, 131 :

ers, 125 ; Confidence-Courage, 210; Contine. 1-47.64-3-5-8; Ilalf Murier 12: Hamlet's

ment of Debtors, 139; Contentment, 63, Cor. Instructions on Dilivery, DTllands and feel,

quering Love, 19Conjunction, 10-: Contrary. 11. 221-9: llants of thought, 19

157; Cons de rate Minister, 46 ; Contempt, 1911; Hatred. 179. 1. Happiness 2 1. Hard Qurs-

Construction of Horses. 105: Contrasts, 33; Con. tons, *13: Harrison and Sunday School Teach-

sonant Bount's, 3.5. Constitutional Law. 115; Jer. 41; Half Mournin. tl. llally and ston.

Cottage for the Poor, 221; Cure for Sore Eyes, 13; Heart and Lunrs. 10; Head 27 llaret K

22 ; ('urran, 19, his Daughter, 70.

for Fashion's sake. 91. Ilear ngard Siraki

D--13 Sounds, 40-1; Day of Lif. 24; Dandy 168; Hleather's going to Haven, 1:3; listen:",
Officer, 16). Dandies and Puppies, 221; Danger194; Too High or too low, I ; lleme, to
ous Bit ng 76; Dangers of had company, 131; Hope, 137, 179; llor paly. 171; Honor, 4. 1'*
Dar Wre. ; Delivery and Printing, 04:0; Howard. 59. 5. 221; Harness (,
Death of a lear:-Friend, 17; Dead and Living and Cure. 62: Borticulture em
Templa, 21, D formed Chest, 9. Debi, 11 ; own, 19. l'orace, 71. low to PİYP Brud Finn
Deceiver, 145 ; Declamatory and lloratory. 17;tune. )How to succeed, 1 H 26. ! 10
Dead Languages, 21; Departed Yrar. 13 Dealherrid of Admirers. 141). How'o priure surde,
and I letese, 17 Demosthenes, 32, 74, 145, 146. I Human Firm (oheduan ante,
233 ; Denyrg. 24; Despair. 15, 213; Delighi, 175; lluman Testimony, 1-1, liumtugs 11,
173: Despotism, 1.86 ; Delivery, 150.- Dia Humanity Reward: 31
phragm, 10; Devotion. 1: Desire, 17-: Lil. 1-1* Souds. 2-1. 21-2-9 8. Important
tonic scale, 34.134; Diphthords, 19; Discreconsiderars ns. 7), 10-. Id:38, 139, luminance
tion, 177; Discovery of a Brauti. 229 Disobe and Eris, 104_9 and 1114?fulness, 11 In •
dience to Deceased Parents, 27, Dissimulation, thence, 210, Importance of Lally Principles loi

382

CONTENTS OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ELOCUTION.
Imagination, 165 : Inadequacy of Language, 5:1 Orator's Field 165-- how they are made 68; Ori-
Independenti e forever, 104 1:2; Indian Virtue, gin of Linguage, 60; Ora ona und Poel cal
235;'ildiring others, 203, lutlections, 119, 120, Actors and Gestures, 11, 12, 13, 14 15, 16; and
109, lodning Discuse. 127. Intluence. 79. 100 from 172 onwards ; Orthography, totaj-.-t, al;
Importslice of Oriservation. &ii Inconsistency. One 'n hug at a Time, lli. Ontho py: -1. Ou,
115. Industry, 99, 161; Innocent and Guilly, 2, 26. 01 and Ow, 34; Ossetis on Boty system, 7.
In the ruli, 48; Interrogatiun 83. Intellettual. Our Country, 1:1 Our Food, i amir Broh, 237;
71; Intentions 71; Intuition, 157, Inval d«, 122. Ourselves and others, 4); Our sig 1, 14.
Involunury, floris, 99. Livestigation of Thought, P-52. Parenthesis, 91 ; Pariy spirii, 5; Pa.
190; Irredu.uljon, 172, 217, li jooked so Pretty, tcr and l'erseverance, 42; i'atrick Henry's
123)

Treason, 113. Pas folis and ACH. 176-1, 20
J-s Sounds, 44 58: Jaw Breakers, 61, and 212. Pardoniae, 217. P:!!ince won't lixve ine,
fro:n 17--62; Jea ousy, 214 21; Joy, 173. Jolly 650; Par sa Clerk and the Balins. St; l'unting,
Laughter, lit. Juduing, 2015 Jury and the Lar, 20-, Painter and the king. 9+; Patris, 15;
12) Justice, 92. Just Aristides, 131.

Penyn, 1.30. Pauses. 5. &c. Pe jod. 28; Perse.
K-is sound. 337; Kerl lauling 75: Keeping verance. 116 Perplexity, 217; Peter th: Great
Time som Eternity: Kng and his Feol, 231 217; Peter Pricki's Prinule, 52; i hilosophy of
Kin is of Poetry: 9). Kig of Poland in France, Min!, 98 123. &c.: Philosopher Oudone 19);
207 ; King's I vil, : 1; K ngly Dinner, 151; Kings Philosophy, 12 ; Physiological unorance. 203,
and their Truk 15 i Kirwan, 27; Known by the Phrebelogy 228. Piilosopliy and Love 57; Play
Fruits, 77 Kosciusko, 96.

en Wor's. 174; Perspiration, &c.8; Pitch 21,
L-18 Labor, 72: Language (two kinds). 21: 142-1-7; Pili, d, ; Pii, 42-3; Peasures of
Laconies, often; La., 149: Last words of Mar. Piery, 27: I'll'n, 17; Play on X's. 36 Poor
mon, I! , lafay te, 94. Language of Feeiing, Priest and the King at Prayer. 0-: Poli seal
2:2?; Laughing scientificaliy, 77; Lawyer's ül, Economy, 111; Position of Body, 17: Polyglot of
22. Lawyers' Mistake, 9; lawyer and Physi. Brody and sind 230. Poisone i amp and (ymus;
cial, o lawyer ani (lient 117, 176. Learning, 19-; lioneers. 150. Position in led 7%; Polite.
$48; Iepndary Tales. 106. Listening, 187: Liv n så, 1:2; Polyrarp and his Lord. 13: Poor
ing Ten plea, 89. Listing, 36: Lrgic, 156: Loins Fund, 200: l'out of Law 132; Pope and be !,
ofile Mind. 63; Lok at Home 175 : Lost Purs", 159. Pots and all goue. 173 Pric ples of Eo.
20; Long Enongh 4}; Lord Thurlow's Speech Curion, rom 17-27; Prejud ce. 10: Precept
from the Woulsuch, 200: Love, 176. 187. 1-4, 27: End Example. 141: Precipitancy, (2; Pride 134,
Love of Justic. Ini; Love and Liberty, 149; 21,219. I'r 20 of Immurabiyi lil! Perpang
Love and Alcohol, 123: Jove on the Scaffi id, I rin iples. 1:25, &c. losion of fre and hards,
232: Love and the stars. 10): Lovely Quali je, 111: Progress of Socely, J19:Irayer to the line
233; Luxury, 171; Lying, 135; Lycuigus, 51 gregation, 39. I loperis on every page. I rom-
Lye umns II

ises 121; i romi-ing, 219; Irincipal and Inter.
M-19: Managment of the Breath, 97; Man pat, 59 Towerful Simuus 115: Panning, 172;
a Microcosin, 28 20: Making Resolutions, 2013 : ironunciation SI, 84: Trovincialisms. -3:Im-
Mate 8, 31; Miking Game of a Lady, 113. longliono! Som d. 70 73. Providence. 1 7. Pi-
Ma'eris! fall Sounds 47: Means of Hla: piness, 1y 197, 225, 53:1 oblic Speakers should live long.
95; Wahme and the Hill 112. Malice. 216: est. 149: Pruit of knowledge, 1 8; Pupil and
Matter and Minner, 30, 131, 154, 101: Maine-Apprenice 44 ; Tulpit and Tiratres 341 ) me.
matics, 54 Mash to Hii, 1'3: Means o getting 1191 Sleavers 139 : Punishments, 218; Iulpit
a Li ing, 10.; Mediums. 20.1 Male and Female Flaniery. 19. Tunsent i reaching. 21:2.
Voices, 17 : Maxinis, everywhere; Mercy 177: Q-7 Quack, N2: Qua ifcations of Teach-
Mathrmatical Honor ois: Matrimony 56 : Melers. 211: Qaher resens, 1'9: Qualiti s. :2:
ancholy, 16 Means to le ned. 19; Men and Quntity, in: Qualiies of Poice, 110.112: Qua.
Britis 8 Morchants and Pigeons, 111: Men her so dier, 12-: Rieslinn lirect. 9:
tal Violence, 57 Mediocrity. 1:57: Me'ndy, 135-6: Queina Reprimand to hier laughter 24:
Miser, 97; Mineralogy, !): Mrth. 174: Minor Queen Elizabeth and her Ladies, 195: Quinc.
Passions, 199. Mini- ry of Angels 171; Mockullinn, 29.
Trial of kng, 25: Moon Eclipsest. 93 Mono R-2-1: Rirhnw. 175: Rrnges of Vnice,
Inne. Il! Monrnrs. 187: Movement of Voice.11: Raising Rant. 70: Rag 11: Rapire 17-2:
13 : Widular on, 14-4; Modes of Spelling, 67; Peading 2.57 !'?. 120: Reading Room:S. 16:
Mother's Injunction an! Bi le. 62

Menting,

Range of Knowledge, 6:: Ruitory, !:2, 2:2)
116: Vother perishing in a snou storm 111: Reasoning, 2, ?: Recitali ns 100 fr. 2 7–. 16:
Aiother ind l'a gher in Prison, 1 5: Modesty. Rer pienis. : 2: Re: dingly oursonds 3?:
2223 l'onth 2.29: Wr. Psalter 36: Vuir Rilis!! I preech inns 1 7: Reading Lisca.rs.
101.3-1-3; dummy23: Muscle Bieakers. 13.

Remon. !SI 220: Refusine 219: Rra-
(2, ad among the Letters; My Vorber 21"; son, 131, 922: Reproreh, IA?: Retroving, 21:
1!1ical! 1.4 Vascular System 7: 10cular Rovision. 117. Refinement, !3: Rhriore 16:
Action, and cl where;

l'istake, 9. Rlieferiral lans; !2, 18 Rhetorical Action,
Y-0.1: Vietiir always Tru, 159 :05; Mat. 21 Prform 11: Rishes and Tale:1, 1:2:
ural Thology, 30 Naruire ud Art 11 Natt-Right lon* V. Ruth !: Rhynory and
rutists Raisis 37 Narrow Escape. 23;h: Qeph. 12 h ia's Address to the Pr.
Xtral Posode 23. Narisal Dinth 12 Nai vians. 19. Rimir 17: Rixr. 72: Revenge,
ural and Siriu171 1A; Natural lli.tory 8; ; Nal 11: Ruined Delor's sati faction. 179 Run and
Fortorp'Werl. 1/7 Nara Falls 167 Now Grave sores, 11: Renge 178: Ron ps. 216.
Chandling 999 New Fipid is; Nives of Or. S-6-5-! 12 56: Sdnreg drow, 16:
inic Lil of Motion and sense. 6- of Rs. S fe non.2: Stan's Sperrh. 160) Sving
pirtin. Ng | Nibirman and Reggar Bor. Furl or a toutes' T:5: Stop
191; Voutin and his g. 2:3; Nothing True and lli:hwaran !!!: Semi-color : Sisenre,
tout ll invo". 181; Nothing from Noring. 167; 111: scientitir Frism. II: sortie lor.117.
Amhr 1:3; Norry 39.

tion. 1 ?: Spanis . Sefahrp.s113:
0 2.6-7 | 21-9:57: Ohi ving Oriters Srir. 1099 PP1 g Rizli, 921). Sering a
141 Obrve, 23: Oi and Oy,:) Onlund Wind 2?: Saflove:?: Sea 1. tr. 77:
Methoo Spelling 24-7 Old llanits, 1:4: Sorse rolpris. I u: slipričan, 117 Shelin
Onwarto teach Read ng, 119; Only Nailta' 117. Self Tittiers 11: Sigh Retiny. 17
Sound 1 ; ad Notes on, 17; Ore Tongue Shani Sides 117: Shame. 2.3. Sinoplas
enth

Opening the l'orelih, 119; Operat ng imranil Paris, 13 Sh mp Ropir, 167: Slander,
Cired.st.nes, 112; Oralery, 27, -4, 10, 134; 119: Slender Voice, 155; S nhing in the Sto-

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CONTENTS OF READINGS AND RECITATIONS.

383

mach, 92 ; Sounds, 22; Simple Laughter, 192; Simple Bolly Pain, quillity, 172: Twer llelum and "Tweetlelee, 228 : The Y, 174:
195, 104 like a Collbal, 144. rom. ris, 106 Stand. Twilight Dews, 153: 'ltou art, O God, 156: The Ris, 72: 210
ing, 22; Ntury Firurement Addison, 46; rength of Voice, 145; Inb,
So y own's all a Living, W; Sources of Faults, 231, Socrates -29,30, 22, 24, 55, 5*: l'zly Dreams, 165: l'ha sented
Tym 102, Speaking the Guit, 116; Student's le

Vonels, 75: lueriais quantity of Wint, 62. Lunele ac list,
trs, 116; en llathe Bish), 13; Stan art of Speakiog,

74. Ise olspeilung, os.
152; ein Intity, 154, 1, 151-9, 160-1-2; Stress,

V--13: Varaty Reprvel, 162: Vain Mother, 5. Prities on
67; sullu v ani Hallo, 22, kiugut Beaulics, 177; Stace

every age : Fecatron, 19, 2.5: Veuril 460, 60 Velence
Reklat, 17, Sining an! RYTM.; Sisions, 154, -35,

of Actr, 32:11*** of Truth. 211. Virtue their indir, 22:
Sur, 215, Ukmn, 24; turi ry, 30 ; Stretch of Ilough,

Sirue Lefore Ribes, 160: Virturus fne'siis 37: fexri,
231; Yis1; Sucestal Spuaker, 12, Swiss Relort, 127;

227: Vuice, 166, Vocal Urçar, 11; Local Gyo,
arriski , 03; Saishank, 22; Sacaring, 167; Surprise, 183,

W–55, 20; Warren's Address at the Battle of Butler Hill,
Sto, 170
T 3.41; int 120: Tale of Wonder, 26; Tallow and

paraphrases, 57; War am Trub, ); Washington ata Mtter,

191; and Waite l'S, 100; h. 62; What is thin, ol, Wet
Taill, 1; 7. liang StringT; To teach Children, 109; Tele.

Minister, 16; Wat Buz 220; Waves or Circuite, 1303
**** ; leo", 1>3 223, 231; Te injerance, 198; 'I cac bank,

Wenn Emperor, 218 : Wa'the Youth lad leana', 113; Who
22; 18!. 19; Tendency of our langua, 157; "Theatres,

is wming in the Arguusent, 122, What for 10, Velve them
174; '11, 14, 175; Tinught an ! Ferhung, 114; Th 19, 1 his.

9, 60, Who rules. 13; W bith wi Raunlak, 50. Mo, Penn, 37;
the site.hu), Wislona, 31; Triphins, 3. Ihree Esse ti

Wirt, 150, Wwe pije, de, 11. Wili, 123, W.11(a's 19, Win
tals 'n all thep. 51: TH, 60-1, True Entire, 76: Three De.

ter Lueuing, 62; Wisin of our Anesten, 12. Heyil, 194
Troll perth, 112: Torre no les of Exis ence, 121: horas,

William and Luc), 194: Win Paul, 5'5, 134, 112: Whed
9: Ti "D) $17, 9: The arr my Juels, 16: Time in Man,

fir saking Rhymes, 191: Wors, 20: Worth, 6): Winan, 75,
166 : Truth, 171, 1:2. The llapos, 171: This Worll, 20::

133 136, 192: Wor, 18, 226Wou as sh. br. 32:
A fleet. B, 119, True Etunce, 209: Tu act a l'assir, 212:

Morku al issue, 9: Wrong Choice, 47: Writes Lauras,
Toon pl. 21. Tu Mexy, :1: To att 'l he, 57: Toni

53-4: Worli not all a fee ting show, 19: Write u Page, 30.
Animal, 79: Truths I F., 170: Tao land, 142: Truth an
Na'y m, 130 12 prevent Suicide, 10- Turn Hreat into Shoes,

X-Fige 56, 57, 63, 64, 65, and 38.
20?: Tvrline, 34. Tracsit m. 146 True }ilny by, 135.

Y-lazes , 2, 23 24, 24, 63, 64.
To scocel, 16. Itemor of irr, 156: Try again, 156 : Tras.

Z-age 39, 46. 63, 67: 19-1-1-67, 7, 104.
CONTENTS OF READINGS AND RECITATIONS.
A- A Baile Fiel l, 242; Abuse of Authority, 269; , ni'y of luman Nature, 315; Discoveries, 314,
Acrion in fr. 332: Accommissie Young Laly, Diree Top of Time. ll: Diappoiutel Aubi ion,
2 1 ; Ad us and destron, 273. Altres to Death, 2+1; Dames'ic Love and Happine**, 91; D'Or
21.3; Ailne to the Ocean, 20%; Arrence) aul Pupil, 243: Douglas Acrunt of lim. 211;
Truh, 27). Armas of knowlege,?1; Ather- Du v of American Cicireus, 311; Dying Christian
ta je iu Minis (1, 2); furning Pubian, 11: (0) iul. 1.3.
Ag unhe American bar.243 Arunler's teen #tril) been all alive, 291; Early Rising
815, Aliran lelkirk. ; Hiillor equally ani! Pr. 2:11; Elu1'), ; Blerk of dien-
honorator, 3.); uithe Writ's a SAP, 151, A

tienen*, ti; Esjuenet, works of fire. 22Fu-
Mberi i Ines, 27; A Vo her's Love,

ine's Betru del 75; Eue l'inician in tuil,
A: *P),277; America (prose), 9), AmeriEulen on howlitikin, 25; Euriosim on
ie antichi 11 hony's Ortion over t'a r.222; tue sou 11.234; Eloun on the lisr 11. Cit:1.4
Arron lidi? and Birauerit. Dis; A Tule of

mopean Irrelom. 1, NB; Evening Hrit; Ene'a
Wolor, :; ! Rus Dili Apira-jons of Live for Ilu, Ernlund on leaving tar.
Trans A leis an Arirn, 351; Altlana, 137 ; Exiles of Erin, 273. Explive oice!
Sioniers and thun urian Bravery, 31); Autumn muelli prale. Te, Expor...jon cube cours ous,
Evet

-istee of happiness ena!, 23.); Barnp's F -Falla of Vingira, 167: Femine in incin 1,37*;
L' Bern; wie Giri, 313: H**it Fiend Funcillnit.ibid. 2; Patsi ' in ustre, ;
27; 1 Pimpa Ilari Apinie, 131: Bezur, Fear of 1,17; Foiler Citruar, 21; Ferrer

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tir, of r. 314. Benefi of Azruire, 49; Fil of p*** X**:11; liners. I l'ampie, sil;
Biri ijon, 27; Beware the fir** approan une Tiiri Pompy of Aur Py;
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277; Buol ral Beau. 231; Bru us' liarar, que,
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233; Immortal Mind, 257; Improvement of Mind, | Right of England to tax America, 373; Right of
Wirhout Display, 248; Industry and Eloquence. Free Discussion, 256; Rise with the Lark, 227;
3)1; Indian Names, 249; Infant Sleeping in a Rolla's Address to the Peruvians, 153.
Giarden, 233; Influence of Gold 280; Intluence of S-Sacrifices to Liberty, 229; Saintly Chastity,
the Wife and Good, 309 ; Inrocation to Mirth, 174. 235 ; Sailor Boy's Dream, 262, Satan's Decisive

J- Joy expected. 173 ; Judgment on Adam, 179; Speech, 190 ; Satan's Farewell to Heaven, 182 ; Sa-
Juilging according to strict Law, 215.

tan's Speech to his Legions, 160 ; School Friendships
K-knapp's Trial, 251.

often Illusive, 91; Serpents of the Still, 233, Ser.
1.--Languishing Love, 176; Land of Rest. 278; pents in Social Life, 119; Sempronius' Speech, 276;
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, 311 ; Last linger- Shakspeare, 289; Shakspeare's Apothecary, 19;
ing Look, 290; Last Acconnt 'twixt Heaven and Shylock's Revenge, 181; She walks in Beauty, 232;
Earth, 194; Liberty aud Union, 255; Life of a ship sailing, 241; Sin and death, 101 ; Slander, 244
Drunkard, 253; Life is Real, 305 ; Lily of the Vale, Slapder, 260); Something beyond this world. B;
73; Lochinvar, 297; Lo! the poor Indian, 167; Sonnet-Enfranchised Bird, 218; Soul forms the
Lord Ullin's Daughter, 290; Lord Thurlow's Speech, Body, 290 ; Soul's Defiance, 286; Soul's glimpses of

200); Love described, 176; Lost Bride, 272; Loss of Immortality, 377; Speech of Relial, dissuading
N National Character, 252; Loving is Living, 288 ; War, 275; Spectacles, 317: Speech of Ca'aline byen

Love of Praise in every II-art, 145 : Love's Sacrifice, fore the Roman Senate, 293 ; Specimen of lu tian
813; Lucius' Speech. 276; Lucy, 397.

Language, 292 ; Spirits of the Departed, 131 ; Spirit
19 - Mariness, 213; Maid of Mallahide, 267; of Human Liberty, 377; Star of Bethlehem. 24;
Majesty of the Law, 233; Man is dear to Man, 70; Stream of Life, 296; Sublimity of Mountain Scenery.
daw made to face the Storm, 152; Maniac, 270 ; 250; Submission to Heaven, 201; Sunset t'ioud,
Marco Bozzurris. 267; Maria DeTorquenioda, 314; 83; Surprise at unexpected Events, 223 ; Support
Marseilles Jlymn of Liberty, 292; Maternal Affec Speech of John Adams, on adopting the Declara
tion, 33; Merk-eve i Morn appears, 170; Merchant tion, 245 : Sure Rewards for Virtue, 303
and Scholar, 371 ; Merchants and Shipmasters, 378; T-Talent always Ascendant, 289; Temperance
Miinight's holy Hour, 45: Military Despotism and in Food and Drink, 309; The Alps, 270 ; The Bes.
Insubordination, 281; Milon, 119; Ministering con (James), 89; The Buttertly: 117; The Bible
Spirits, 47 ; Ministry of Angels, 171; Mirth and worthy of all Acceptation, 128; The Day of Life,
Melancholy, 174; Misspent Time, 217; Modulation, 84; There's beauty in the Deep. 164; The Epitaph,
281: Modern Republics, 271 ; Moloch's Oration for 129; The Devil's Soliloquy, 190 ; The Drunkaru,
War, 308; Moral Truth intelligible to All, 244 ; 113; The Fisherman, 115 ; The Freeman (Cowper,
Moonlight and a Battle Fiel1.235; Mortal Coldness 301; The llerunit, 249; Thanatopsis (Bryant), 257;
of the Soul, 179; Moral effects of Intemperance, The Murderer (Webster), 251 ; The Invalid abroad,
240 ; Mother's Injunction, 82; Mother perishing in 252; The Quiet Hour of Feeling, 90; The Pios,
the Snow Storm, 111; Muric the Food of Love, 379; The Rainbow of Omnipotence, 175; The lies
287; Musie! thou rest of Life. 173 ; Muse of Inspi- jected, 304; The Rose had been washed. 72; The
ration. 23.); My Bir:h Day, 71; My Mother's Voice, Whiskers, 243; They know not my lleart, 176;
121: My country, 250 ; My Native Land, 151. Three black Crows, 259; Time flies, 259; Time

Nature ways True. 206 ; Nature and Gar- | New Year. 279; Time's softening lower, 291; Tran-
rick. 224; Nature of Eloquence, 286 ; Nature's quility, 190 ; Tit for Tat, 263; This World's not a
Wants are few, 284 ; Nature's Universal Joy, 127; tleeting Show, 85; 'Tis Midnight deep, 227; Thun-
Nature's Visible Works, 141; National Glory, 241; der Storm on the Alps, 303 ; To Mary in Ileaves,
National Union, 250; Natural History of Love, 274; 302 ; To-day and To-morrow, 301 ; Tranquil Veli-
Needle, 272; New England and the Union, 377; tations, 89, Tribute to Washington, 23; Tribute
Night Scene in Turkey, 246; Nobility of Labor, to William Pepn, 312; True Elocution, 244; True
266 : No Excellence without Labor, 305 ; Nose and and False Liberty, 168 ; True Love, 189; True Poi-
the Jan, 265.

losophy, 168 ; True happiness has no localities. 17%;
0-Ode on the Passions, 249; Old Age honora- True Friendship, 260 ; True Pleasure definel, 20:
ble, 228; Old Ilat, 296; Old Oaken Bucket, 256; Twilight Dews, 193; Turkey, England, and United
O Sacred Solitude, 181 ; One good Turn deserves States, $10.
another, 375: One fatal Remembrance. 229; Orator U-Universal Emancipation (Gratton), 271.
Puff. 315; Ossian's Address to the Moon, 211 ; 0s- V-Vanity, 3:18; Victim Bride and Miser (Ilarri.
sian's Address to the Sun, 244 : Othello's Apology, son), 291; Village Blacksmith (Longfellow!, 19;
292; Our ('ouptry. 240 ; Our thoughts are Bound- Virtue the best Treasure, 2-2; Virtue the guardian
le-, 235; Our Toils and their Reward, 238 ; Our of Youth, 244 ; Virtuous Friendship, 233, Voice of
Exit. 297.

Infant Freedom (wecp not), 78; Voice of Naturs,
P-Parrhasius and the Captive, 274 ; Pardoning 205: Vulture and Captive Infant, 247.
a cruel Persecution, 217: Patriotic Triumph. 263; W-Warren's Address (paraphrased), at the Bas-
Partings and Meetings, 299 ; Parts of the whole, tle of Bunker Hill, 57; Washington a man of Genius,
2:38; Patrick Henry's Speech, 277; Patriots of the 376; Water for me, 371; Waterloo--the Ball and
Resolution, 65 : Passing away of the Indians, 114; Battle, 264, Way to be Happy, 278; What Copi.
Passion's language. 183; Passage of the Red Sea, merce has done. 378; What Eloquence is, loi;
285; Patriots have toiled, 133 ; Peace and War con- What's Fame, 262; What the wise Man does, 23;
trasted, 257; Pelayo, 186; Perry's Victory, 260; Wife, Children, and Friends (Spencer), 279; Wil
Perfect Orator, 278; Pilgrims and their Destiny, derness of Mind, 258 ; Wirt's Introduc orv, 13),
312: Physical Education, 284; Playing the Fooi, 192; Wisdom's llarp, 132; Wise Men's Course, 223; Wol-
Pleasures of Piety, 217; Plaver's Professjon, 222; sey's Soliloquy on Ambition, 312; Woman's Prayer,
Play--Place of Early Days, 276; Pompeii. 275; Po- 297; Work enough for All. 350; Works of the sian-
litical Corruption, 310; Power of Eloquence, 290); derer, 811; World to Come, 290; World at a Dis
Power of Imagination, 166: Press On (prose). 246; tance, 253; Worship, 198: Worship! God is pass-
Press On (poetry), 279 ; Presence of God, 182; Pri- ing by, 102; Worship and Rejoice, 183.
mal Duties. 160 ; Progress of Lite. 110; Progress of 1-You Cloud is Bright, 90; Youth and Age, 283.
Liberty: 256; Progress of Government, 290; Public
Faith, 309.

DIALOGUES.
Q-Quality of Mercy, 177; Qualities surpassing Adulent and Modern Virtue, fty Finistire (F. 7. 11.)308
Lovelinex, 233; Queen Mab, 299;

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Fl. Travis FE380, Fabiustru
B--Raptures, 175; Razor Seller, 271 ; Recita- ,**D). 371 Trr: or, Yaoke
tion, 282; Recitations instead of Theaters, 204 ; ure of Lurralun, 972: Julius Car Konn 8.9: Nathat

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Mon, 150) ; Respect to Old Age, 252; Resurrection Day TF1.6. Schont Committee FFD, 34, 6pt value it
of the Lord, 294 ; Revolutions in Nature, 232;

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Rich and Poor Alan, 269; Richard the Third, 31; lage School, ID, 341; William Tell, 374.

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