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American Leaders (American Unitarian Association, 1906). Frederic Harrison: George Washington and Other Addresses (Macmillan, 1901). W. P. Trent: Southern Statesmen of the Old Régime (Crowell, 1897). Henry van Dyke: The Americanism of Washington (Harper, 1906).

DANIEL WEBSTER EDITIONS. Writings and Speeches, 18 vols. (Little, 1903). The Speeches and Orations (Little, 1902). Daniel Webster for Young Americans, Comprising the Greatest Speeches, ed. by C. F. Richardson (Little, 1906). Select Speeches, ed. by A. J. George (Heath).

BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM. S. G. Fisher: The True Daniel Webster (Lippincott, 1911). H. C. Lodge: life in American Statesmen Series (Houghton, 1884); A Fighting Frigate and Other Essays and Addresses (Scribner, 1902). J. B. McMaster: Daniei Webster (Century Co., 1902).-Brownson's Quarterly Review, January, 1852. Mellen Chamberlain: John Adams, with Other Essays and Addresses (Houghton, 1898). Edinburgh Review, June, 1829. Edward Everett: Orations and Speeches, Vols. 3 and 4 (Little, 1850–68). G. F. Hoar: Scribner's Magazine, July, 1899. H. N. Hudson: Essays on English Studies (Ginn, 1906; this address, 1882). North American Review, July, 1852. Proceedings of the Webster Centennial at Dartmouth College, 1901 (Hanover, 1901). Quarterly Review, December, 1840. E. P. Whipple: Essays and Reviews, Vol. 1 (New York, 1848; this essay first in the North American Review, July, 1844).

ROGER WILLIAMS EDITIONS. The Bloudy Tenent of Persecution for cause of Conscience, discuss'd in a Conference betweene Truth and Peace (London, 1644). Life, Letters, and Works, in Publications of the Narragansett Club, 6 vols. (Providence, 1866–74).

BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM. E. J. Carpenter: Roger Williams (Grafton Press, 1909). O. S. Strauss: Life of Roger Williams (Century Co., 1894).

JOHN WINTHROP EDITIONS. The History of New England from 1630 to 1649, from His Original Manuscripts, ed. by James Savage, 2 vols. (Boston, 1825–26); ed. by J. K. Hosmer, 2 vols. (Scribner, 1908). Some Old Puritan Love-Letters, 1618-38, ed. by J. H. Twichell (Dodd, 1893). .

BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM. J. H. Twichell: life in Makers of America Series (Dodd, 1891). R. C. Winthrop: Life and Letters of John Winthrop, 2 vols. (Little, 1863).--Andrew Macphail: Essays in Puritanism (Houghton, 1905).

JOHN WOOLMAN EDITIONS. A Journal of the Life, Gospel Labours, and Christian Experiences of That Faithful Minister of Jesus Christ, John Woolman (Philadelphia, 1774; in Works). Journal, with introduction by J. G. Whittier (Osgood, 1873; new edition, Houghton, 1909). Journal, with Other Writings (Macmillan, 1903); in Everyman's Library, with introduction by V. D. Scudder (Dutton, 1910).

BIOGRAPHY AND CRITICISM. J. F. Newton: Wesley and Woolman (Abingdon Press, 1914). W.T. Shore: John Woolman, His Life and Times (Macmillan, 1914). G. M. Trevelyan: Clio, a Muse, and Other Essays (Longmans, 1913).



Allen, Ethan (1737-89), 200

Lincoln, Abraham (1809–65), 647
Bradford, William (c. 1590–1657), 7

Lowell, James Russell (1819–91), 536
Byrd, William (1674-1744), 113 Mason, John (c. 1600-c. 1672), 50
Calhoun, John C. (1782-1850), 589

Mather, Cotton (1663-1728), 71
Cotton, John (1585-1652), 34

Mather, Increase (1639-1723), 63
Crèvecaur, J. Hector St. John (1731–

Morton, Thomas (P-C. 1646), 16
1813), 138

Paine, Thomas (1737–1809), 202
Dickinson, John (1732-1808), 176 Poe, Edgar Allan (1809-49), 280
Edwards, Jonathan (1703-58), 122 Rowlandson, Mary ( 4), 54
Emerson, Ralph Waldo (1803-82), 345 Seabury, Samuel (1720-06), 180
Franklin, Benjamin (1706–90), 148 Sewall, Samuel (1652–1730), 89
Hamilton, Alexander (1757–1804), 216

Shepard, Thomas (1605-49), 29

Smith, John (1579–1631), I
Hawthorne, Nathaniel (1804-64), 406
Henry, Patrick (1736-99), 197

Thoreau, Henry D. (1817–62), 474
Holmes, Oliver Wendell (1809-94), 498 Ward, Nathaniel (c. 1578–1652), 42
Hopkinson, Francis (1737-91), 183

Washington, George (1732-99), 209
Irving, Washington (1783-1859), 224 Webster, Daniel (1782-1852), 608

Williams, Roger (c. 1600-83), 33
Jefferson, Thomas (1743–1826), 205

Winthrop, John (1588–1649), 17
Knight, Sarah K. (1666–1727), 105 Woolman, John (1720—72), 133

A Bewitched Child (from Magnalia A Descent into the Maelström, 280
Christi Americana), 83

A History of New York, 224
A Bewitched House (from An Essay for

A Letter to the President of Congress
the Recording of Illustrious Provi-

dences), 63

A Map of Virginia, 4
A Boyish Leader (from The Autobiog-

A Narrative of Col. Ethan Allen's
raphy of Benjamin Franklin), 148
Abraham Lincoln, 544

Captivity, 200

A Narrative of the Captivity, 54
A Brief History of the Pequot War, 50

An Essay for the Recording of Illustri-
A Colonial Schoolmaster (from The

ous Providences, 63
History of New England), 20

Answer to Congress on His Appointment
Address at Cooper Institute, 647

as Commander-in-Chief, 209
Address at the Dedication of the Gettys- Anti-Episcopal Mice (from The Yis-
burg National Cemetery, 666

tory of New England), 23

A Pretty Story, 183
A Progress to the Mines, 119
A Puritan Blue-Stocking (from The

History of New England), 25
A Puritan to His Wife, 17
A Reply to the Aforesaid Answer of
Mr. Cotton (from The Bloudy Tenent

of Persecution), 36
A Spiritual Vision (from The Journal of

John Woolman), 136
A Theological Commonwealth (from

The History of New England), 19
A True Relation, I
At Sea (from Leaves from My Journal

in Italy and Elsewhere), 536
Behavior, 391
Benevolent Cunning (from The Auto-

biography of Benjamin Franklin), 156
Brute Neighbors (from Walden), 487
Captain Phips's Search for Sunken

Treasure (from Magnalia Christi
Americana), 77
Carlyle, 564
Common Sense, 202
Dialogue between Franklin and the

Gout, 168
Divine Discipline (from The History of

New England), 23
Dr. Heidegger's Experiment, 418
Enquiry into the Freedom of the Will,

Leaves from My Journal in Italy and

Elsewhere, 536
Legend of the Arabian Astrologer (fron

The Alhambra), 264
Letters (of Benjamin Franklin), 173
Letters from a Farmer in Pennsylvania,

Letters from an American Farmer, 138
Magnalia Christi Americana, 77
Nature, 377
New English Canaan, 16
Of Plimoth Plantation, 7
On Snakes; and on the Humming Bird

(from Letters from an American

Farmer), 142
Preternatural Phenomena (from The

History of New England), 25
Probation of Witches by Cold Water

(from An Essay for the Recording of

Illustrious Providences), 67
Rappaccini's Daughter, 428
Religion (from The Autobiography of

Benjamin Franklin), 151
Religious Scruples against Dyed Gar-
ments (from The Journal of John

Woolman), 134
Rip Van Winkle (from The Sketch

Book), 229
Second Inaugural Address, 667
Sinners in the Hands of an Angry God,

Slavery (from The Journal of John

Woolman), 133
Speech in the Virginia Convention of

Delegates, 197
Speech on the Slavery Question, 589
Success in Business (from The Auto-

biography of Benjamin Franklin), 151
Tales of a Traveller, 252
The Alhambra, 264
The American Scholar, 345.
The Answer of Mr. John Cotton (from

The Bloudy Tenent of Persecution),


Entrance into Philadelphia (from The

Autobiography of Benjamin Frank-

lin), 150
Farewell Address, 214
Feathertop; a Moralized Legend, 455
Free Thoughts on the Proceedings of the

Continental Congress, 180
Further Defects of the Present Constitu-

tion (from The Federalist), 216
Heresy Punished (from The History

of New England), 24
History of the Dividing Line, 113
John Eliot, Apostle to the Indians (from

Magnalia Christi Americana), 82
Learning to Write (from The Autobiog-

raphy of Benjamin Franklin), 149

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