The United States Speaker: a Copious Selection of Exercises in Elocution: Consisting of Prose, Poetry and Dialogue: Drawn Chiefly from the Most Approved Writers of Great Britain and America ...

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Caesars Triumphs Knowles
115
Enterprising Spirit of NewEngland Burke
121
20
127
26
134
SPECIMENS OF ANCIENT ELOQUENCE
175
ELECTION PAOE 9 Extract from Demosthenes on the Crown
182
From Ciceros Oration against Veres 163
183
T Quinctius to The Romans
184
Chrysostom on the Deceitfulness of Worldly Grandeur
185
From Ciceros First Oration against Catiline
186
From Ciceros Fourth Oration against Catiline
187
Germanicus to his Mutinous Soldiers
188
Hannibal to the Carthaginian Army
190
Scipio to the Roman Army
192
Adherbal against the Violence of Jugurtha
194
jEschines against Demosthenes
197
Demosthenes to the Athenians
198
PART SECOND DIDACTIC AND RHETORICAL 1 Science and Religion Sigoumey
203
Catilines Reply to the Charges of Cicero Croly
204
Fire Anonymous
205
The Warning Anonymous
206
The Dying Horse Blackett
207
ToMorrow Anonymous
208
The Flight of Xenes Jewsbury
209
The American Patriots Song Anonymous
210
The Call of Poland Campbell
211
The Ocean Anonymous
212
The World Anonymous
213
Catiline on Hearing his Sentence of Banishment Croly
214
Theres Death in the Pot Anonymous
215
The Family Bible Anonymous
216
The Patriots Elysium Montgomery
217
What is Time Marsden
218
Macbeths Soliloquy Shakspeare
219
Henry V at the Siege of Harflenl Shakspeare
220
Henry V Encouraging his Soldiers Shakspeate
221
NewEnglands Dead McLellan
222
Ambition jVeof
223
The Sailor Anonymous
224
Beautiful Soliloquy Taylor
225
Elijahs Interview Campbell
226
Byron Pollok
227
Song of Mac Murrough Scott
229
What is that Mother 1 Doane
230
Woman Campbell
231
SELECTION PAOl 35 Freedom Cowper
232
The Graves of the Patriots Percivai
233
Influence of Hope at the Close of life Campbell
234
Address to Sceptics Campbell
235
Ambition Willis
236
Opposition of Characters PoUok
237
Whats Hallowed Ground? Campbell
238
Cassius Instigating Brutus against Caesar Shakspeare
239
NewEngland Percivai
241
Molochs Oration for War Milton
242
Regulus before the Roman Senate Jevsbury
244
The Spider and the Bee Anonymous
245
The First Wanderer Jewsbury
246
Caractacus Barton
247
Speech of Belial Dissuading War Milton
250
Death and the Drunkard Anonymous
251
Soliloquy from Manfred Byron
253
The Power of Eloquence Carey
254
Othellos Address to the Senate Shakspeare
256
Moloch and Satan before the Powers of Hell White
257
Description of an Ancient Battle in Scotland Scott
259
Parrhasius Willis
260
Meeting of Satan and Death at the Gate of HelL Milton
262
The Passions CoQbu
265
Alexanders Feast Dryden
267
PATHETIC AND ENTERTAINING 1 The Destruction of Senacherib Byron
271
The Shield Moore
272
The Childs First Grief Hemans
273
The Gipsy Wanderer Anonymous
274
Glenara Campbell
275
The Song of Constance Scott
276
The Orphans Dream Anonymous
277
Henry First after the Death of his Son Hemans
278
Henry Fifth and the Hermit of Dreux mm Southey
279
The Wounded Soldier Anonymous
280
Andrew Jones Wordsworth
283
The Widowed Mother Wilson
284
The Mother and Child Abercrombie
285
The Orphan Anonymous
286
SELECTION HOE 24 Lochinvar Scott
296
The Revelers Anonymous
297
The Boy and Snake Leicester
299
The Orphan Boy ThelwaU
300
The Dying Brigand Anonymous
301
The Vulture of the Alps Anonymous
302
So Ginevra Rogers
304
Celadon and Amelia Thompson 305
305
The Fireman Anonymous
306
Battle of Waterloo Byron
308
The Sailorboys Dream Dimond
309
The Neglected Child Bayly
311
Eliza Una
312
BethGelert or the Death of the Greyhound Spencer
313
Marco Bozzaris the Epaminondas of Modem Greece Hallech
315
The Maniac Lewis
317
The Fatherless Bayly
318
Lament for La Fayette Anonymous 321
320
We are Seven Wordsworth
321
Alonzo the Brave Lewis
323
The Owl Anonymous
326
The Maid of the Inn Southey
328
COMIC AND AMUSING 1 To an Old Wig Anonymous
331
S The Infant Orator Everett
332
The AppleDumplings and George the Third Wofcof
333
The Atheist and Acom Anonymous 334
334
The Ass and the Nightingale Krtiov
335
The Young Fly and the Old Spider Wcicoii 336
336
337
337
The Schoolboys Complaint Anonymous
338
The Three Black Crows Byrolh
339
I2 The Gouty Merchant and the Stranger Anonymous 340
340
Misconception Anonymous
341
The Wind in a Frolic HoA
342
Short Answers Aytonynious
343
I6 Lodgings for Single Gentlemen Cobim
344
The Rich Man and the Poor Man Khemniizer
345
Petition of Young Ladies Anonymous
347
It The Ant and the Butterfly Anonymdus
348
Logic Anonymous
349
The Comet and the Great Bear Anonymous
350
The Pair of Beasts Anonymous
352
Hodge and the Vicar Anonymdus
353
SS PaperA Conversational Pleasantry Franklin
355
Toby Tosspot Colman 394
356
Frank Hayman Taylor
358
Christmas Times Anonymous
359
The Cow and the Ass Anonymous
361
The Frenchman and the Rats Anonymous 302
362
Occasional Prologue Anonymous
364
Occasional Epilogue Anonymous
365
The Modern Rakes Progress Hurdis
366
PART THIRD DRAMATIC AND SENTIMENTAL L Tha Chamber of Sickness First Voice Second Voice Cotton
371
The Greek Orphan Paspati Epaxninondas Cotton
372
The Churchyard First Voice Second Voice Karamsin
373
Stranger Child Hemans
374
Raimond Procida Hemans
376
Mordent Lenox Holcraft
378
Alberto Theodore Anonymous
379
Athelwold Edwin Pilgrim Mason
381
Caswallon FitzEdward Walker
382
Verner Tell Pierre Theodore Samem Michael Soldiers and People Knowles
384
Drxud EUdurus Arviragus Mason
387
Raimond Procida Hemans
389
Hakon Erling Anonymous
391
Essex Southampton Lieutenant of the Tower Raleigh Jones
393
Cains Gracchus Drusus Knowles
396
Rienzi Colonna Ursini Frangipani Cafarello Angelo Savelli the Nuncio Embassador Nobles Mitford
398
Vanoc Valens Anonymous
401
Gustavus Vasa Sivard Arnoldus Dalecarliana Brooke
404
Durazzo Garcia Perez Haynes
407
2o Fenruddock Henry Cumberland
410
Catiline Aurelius Croly
413
Douglas Raby Moore
416
Verner Albert TelL Knowles
419
Prince Arthur Hubert Attendants Shaksveare
422
King Edward Warwick Suffolk Franklin
426
2ft aswallon Mador FitzEdward Walker
429
Bourbon Gonzales Kemble
433
CoL Walsingham Baron Hohendahl Alasco Shce
437
Saladin Malek Adhel Attendant Anonymous
442
jsidore Ordonio Coleridge
447
Virginius Dentatus Icilius Appius Titus Servius Lucius Citizens Knowles
452
Procida Montalba Guido Sicilians Hemans
457

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