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793. WORK EXOUGIL FOR ALL.-G. R. RUSSELL. descends on the expectant foolscap, it is.

It is a common complaint, perpetually perhaps, only to chronicle rhymes which chall reiterated, that the occupations of life are jingle, for a day, in some weekly newspaper. filled to overflowing; that the avenues to He wbo draws on genius alone, is oftexities wealth, or distinction, are so crowded with answered by-no luods; his drafts are anex. competitors, that it is hopeless to endeavor to pectedly protested, and he finds himself wake way in the dense and jostliny masses. bankrupt, even while unlimited wealth seeng Long before Cheops bad 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 "hard existence, and the untouched quarry had given digging." The rough drafts of inspiration out neither temple nor monument, the

young

are not printed; the pen-crossings, those Egyptian, as he looked along the Nile, may modernized marks of the inverted stylure, have mourned that he was born too late. curl up chimney. There may have been Fate had done bim injustice, in withholding much perplexity, before smooth verses, whico bis 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 masters 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 transfigni ed divinity of Raphael, and the sorrow for the good old times, which had walls covered over by a percil which seenus exhausted all resources !

to have brcie dipped in sunbeams, are records The Roman youth, as be assumed the not only ci the mind, that could image to loga virilis," and, in all the consciousness itself tho se creations, but of the intense study of newly acquired dignity, folded about him which, it is known, he devoted to the elemenis his fresh insignia of manhood, thought that it of his ant. Not by sudden flashes came the should have been putou some centuries earlier. graceful proportions, which give such exceedStanding amidst memorials of past glories, ing, beraty to his works. Genius trusted not where arch and column told of triumphs, which to itself alone, but gathered from science had secured boundless dominion, he felt that illustruted 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 contribute The mournful lamentation of antiquity has to excellence. not been weakened in its transmission, and it When Michael Angelo liewed out big is not more reasonable now, than wlien it thought in marble, or personated, in fresco, groaved by the Nile and Tiber. There is the awful conceptions of the bard be loved sa 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 strong 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. men, and take rank in the world, while genius, 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, bigh, and dark, the race.

And the tall nast was bowed. Even the gold of California requires hard work. It cannot be had for the gathering, nor

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

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

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

The troubled billows K.NEW the lori, 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, unren itting 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 giance 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 fulfil-
pen day wait in vain for the inspiration that On: speak, to PASSION's raging tide,
la u briny immortality and when, at last it

Speak, aud say—" PEACE! BE STILL !"

CERIST BTILLING TIE TEMPEST

MRS. AEMAXS.

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CONI ENTS OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ELOCUTION.

391

Aits Bounds, 17, 18, 19, 20-2-4-7-9: Ab- 95 ; Difference 55, 64 ; Difficulty, 201; Disc)

stract Questions. 134-5 : Action and Reaction, ery of Glass, ie; Disease of the Throat, 143

82: Accent, 69, 80 : Accommodating, 24: Acute Disinterestedness, 157: Diogenes, 17; Disinis

Pain, 196: Admiration, 179, 198: Admonition, ing, 207 ; Distraction, 207 ; Lr Faustus and the

199. 201 : Advice to a Traveler, 151: Afraid to do Devil, 183; Division of Prose and Poetry 70

III, 143: Afraid of Work, 80: Affectation, 202: | 164; Doctor'm. 35; Down with your Dust. 141;

Affecillous and Heari, 71: A Fool, 192: Afirm- Dorsal and Abdominal Muscles, 37; Dr, and l'a.

ing, 200: Agriculture. 96: Agrippa's Promise kopi, ver, 106: Don't know him, 119; Double Mean-

185: A get off, 33: Alderman's great Toe, 147 : ing. 78; Dotage, 207 ; Don't Swear, 205; Dress,

Alexander and the P.rate, 110: All the Pauses, 101;. Dramatic, 153; Drunkard, 113; Draco'o

93 : All the World a Siage. 154: All the Vowel Laws, 151 ; Dysp psia, 104; Dueling, 122: Du.

sounds. 33: Amazement, 188, 201: Amusements, lies, 30; Dying but once, el; Dynamics, 140-2;

52: Anecdote on every page : Analysis and Syn- Dying Christian, 123.

thesia, 24-9, &c. Analogies, 27.72: Anger, 154, E-its Sounds, 21-2-4-9, 57-8, 17; Eat Bacon,

150-?: Anthony's Challenge, 89: Anxiely, 217: 203; Ecstasy, 175; Educators, 25 ; Educatiou, 15

Application, 102: Appropriate Sign, 148: Archi- 25, 76, 143-7, 162, 180, 236; Effects of Know-

lecture, 103: Arab and Footprints, 86 : Arlitra - ledge, 138; Effective Biyle, 162; Effects of Suce

ry Rules, 162: Articulation, 24, 56: Arns, 2:24-9: cess, 204; Eliza's wise Choice, 207; Elocution,

Á Scold, 55 : Association of Ideas, 169: Aspi- 18. 28, 33-9, 45, 156: Elocutionist, 37; Eloquence,

rates, 65 : Attention, 107: Astonishment, 198": 126, 163-4 ; Emmet's Betroihed, 76; End, Cause,

Attitudes, 10, 236 : Au, 25–6: Authority, 44, Effeci, 124-8, 132; Emphasis, 98, 118; by stress,

202 : Autumn, 75, 96 : Awkwardness, 237 : Aver- 101-2-3; by Changing it, 102-4-5; by higher Pitch,

sion, 179

106; by Quantity, 107-8-9; by a Pause, 113;

B-one Sound, 35: Base Character, 145: Beau. Enjoy! 94; Eau, Ew, 25 ; Enunciation, 61;

ly, Wit and Gold, 142: Beautiful World, 197: Encouraging, 208; Envy, 152; Epitaph, 129; En-

Beauty, 1:36, 154: In the Deep, 164: Be earnest, vy and Jealousy, 166; Earnestness of Manner,

1:9, 152: Beware of relying too much on Intlec. 151; Error and Truth, 24; Equality. 51; Eter.

tions, 169: Bille, 17, 129, 116: Birth Day, il : nal Joy, 28; Elemnal Progress, 37 ; Él quette of

Bigotz, 102: Blood Globules, 10: Roasting, 210: Stairs, and of Riding, 191; Evening Bells. 27;

Bushing, 40: Boards or Sheep, 55: Bound in Ethics, 106; Eve's Lament, 137 ; Everything

cali, not lettered. 220: Botany, 93: Book-keep- Useful, 214; Eve, 233 ; Experience, 87, 141; Ex-

ing, 30: Blundering on the Truth, 72: Boys and clamation, 90; Extemporizing, 138, 136; Explo-

Frogs. 97: Botany Bay Patriois, 160: Blind sion and Expulsion, the difference, 20, 63; Ex.

man's Rose, 169 : Blown up Lieutenant, il : Bo-tremes, 208; Eyes, 228.

dy and Mind, 70: Bonaparte's Check, 52 : Boun. F-ita Sounds, 42-3; Face, 227 : Faults in Ar-

daries of Knowledge, 36 : Boundless Nature of ticulation, 43; Fatigue, 209; Far West, 8: Feet

Oratory, 66 : Book of Nature, 203: Bourdaloue, and Hands, ll, 225-6, 236 ; Female Education,

171: Braying, 223: Breathing, 9, 69, 87: Brough- | 137 ; Fear, 191 ; Fisherman, 115; Finishing onr'a

am's Eye, 43 : Brotherly Love, 190 : Bruce and Studies, 67 ; Force of Habit, 115; Folly and Win.

the Spider. 213: Brutus, 32: Buffoonery, 204 : dom, 97'; Flying from and to the Church, 117;

Bunyan's Indictment, 211: Butterfly, 117. Forehead, 232; Free to do Good, 192; Freedom,

c-its Sounds, 36-7-8-9; Cadence, 139; Catch-28, 78; Franklin's Epitaph, 2017 Freedom of

ing a Tarlar, 27; Causes of Greek Perfection, Thought, 45 ; Free Schools, 173; 41 Sounds, 63,

27; Cause and Effect, 32, 99 ; Census of 1840, Frederick the Great, 47 ; Friendship, 171 ; Free.

156; Ch. 37-9, 59; Changes, 40; Chauge, of Ac- dom of the Press, 118; Forining Theories, 232

cent, 71-2; Characteristics of Man, 119; Chil. Fright, 183; Fury: 180.

dren and Animals, 121 ; Chinese, 33; Chinese G-its Sounds: 44-5-6 ; Gambling. 153; Gener

Physicians, 1:36; Cheerfulness, 172; Child of al Intelligence, 23; Geography, 101 ; Garrick

Promise. 192; Christian Character, 53 ; Choice 175, 221; he sat for Fielding's portrait, 219;

of a Husband, 1:35; Chemistry, 95; Cicero, 32, Gentleman and Tenant, &e; Genius. 219; Ges

74, 115, 166, 2:33 ; Clay, 119 ; Clemency to Rumi- Lures. 231; Gh, 42–5; Giving, Granuing 210

ans, 210, 215; Clergyman in Leni, 63 ; Classifica-Glouis, 11 ; Goblin full of Wrath, 126, Good

tion of Consonants, 64-5-7-8; Client's Bones, Sense, 84; Goodness of Providence, l; Goor

145; Cobler, 122; Colon, 87; Colonel, his own Works, 126; Goldsmith's Gold Pill, 121; Good

trumpeter, 118; Coincidences, 87; Combina- Naine, 128; Good Example. 1-19; Government

tions of Waves, 130; Common Opinjons, 55; | 116, 139; Grand Objects, 56; Gradations, 20

Common Sens2, 107 ; Compassion, 117, 123: Com. Gratitude, 163, 211; Gravity, 29 : Greek and
pressions and Contractions, 21; Commendation, Irish, 101; Great Mistake, jl; Grief, 181, 23,
205 ; Conciseness. 164; Conduct towards Swear-Grumblers, 151 ;
ers, 125 ; Confidence.-Courage, 210; Contine. H–47, 62-3-5-8; Half Murder. 127 ; Hamlet's
ment of Debtors, 139; Conteniment, 83; Cote Instructions on Delivery, 157 ; Hands and feet,
quering Love, 168: Conjunction, 168; Contrary, 11, 224-9; Ilabits of Thoughi, 19 : Habits. 29;
157; Considerate Minister, 46 ; Contempi, 190; Hatred, 179, 182 ; Ilappiness, 204 ; Hard Ques.
Construction of Houses, 105; Contrasts, 33; Con tons, 223; Harrison and Sunday School Teacb.
sopant Sounds, 35; Constitutional Law, 115 ; er, 41; Half Mourning, 61; Hally and Newton,
Cellage for the Poor, 226 ; Cure for Sore Eyes, 65; Heart and Lungs, 10; Hebd. 227; Hanging
22; ; Curran, 19; his Daughter, 76.

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for Fashion's Sake, 91; Hearing and Speakig,
D-its Sounds, 40-1; Day of Life. 64; Dandy 168; Heathens going to Heaven, 133 ; Historian,
Officer, 155: Dandies and Puppies, 221 ; Danger. 194 ; Ton High or too low, 133; Home, 41. let;
ous Bit ng 76; Dangers of bad Company, 131 ; Hope, 157, 178; Honesty, 174 ; Honor, 49. 19),
Dear Wire, 28; Delivery and Painting, 94; 209 ; Howard, 59, 25, 223; Hoarseness-Cause,
Death of a Hearl-Friend, 97; Dead and Living and Cure, 62; Horticulture, 98; Holding one's
Temples, 201 ; Deformed Chest, 9; Debt, 113; own, 69: Horace, 74; How to Prize good Frize
Deceiver, 145; Declamatory and Horlatory. 153; tune, 209; How to succeed, 146, 236; How to
Dead Languages, 221; Departed Year. 45; Deau get rid of Admirers, 119; Ilow 10 produce Sounde,
and Idleness, 137 ; Demosihenes, 32, 74, 145, 106, 18: Human Form Cloihed, 8; juman Nature,
233 ; Denying, 206 ; Depair, 145, 213 1 Delighi, 178; Hunan Testimony, 151; Humbugs. 108;
173: Despotism, 126 ; Delivery, 150-8; Dia- Humanity Rewarded, 33.
phragm, 10; Devotion, 1-9; Desire, 178; Dia I-its Sounds. 23-4: 21-2-9, 58: Important
ionic Scale, 34. 154; Diphthongs, 31-2 ; Discre- Considerations, 73, 108: Ideas, 159 : Ignorance
tion, 177 ; D'scovery of a Beauty. 229 : Disobe- and Error, 160-9; and Willfulness, 161: !mpa-
dience to Deceased Parents, 2:27; Dissimulation, Irience, 210; Importance of Early Principle: 1:5.

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382

CONTENTS OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ELOCUTION.
Imagination, 166: Inadequacy of Language, 85; | Orator's Field. 165-how they are made 68; Ori.
Independence Forever, 104, 132; Indian Virtue, gin of Language, 66; Oraiorical and Poetica!

25; Injuring Others, 205; Intlections, 119, 125, Actions and Gestures, !1, 12, 13, 14. 15, 16; and

109; Inducing Disease, 127 ; Intluence, 79, 160; from 172 onwards ; Orthography, 64-5-6-7, 81;

Importance of Observation, 80; Inconsistency, One Thing at a Time, 118; Orthoepy, "1 ; Ou,
115: Industry, 99, 101; Innocent and Guilly, 2; 26; Ou and Ow, 32; Osseus or Bony Systen.. 7
in the Truth, 48; Interrogation. 89; Intellectual, Our Country, 151; Our Food.31: Our Book 237;
71 ; Intentions, 71; Intuition, 157, Inval ds, 122; | Ourselves and others, 43; Our Sight, 134.
Involuntary efforis, 99: Investigation of Thought, P-52: Parenthesis, 91; Pariy Spirit, 35, Pa-
190; Irresolution, 172, 217; It looked so Pretty, tience and Perseverance, 42; Patrick Henry's

Treason, 143; Passions and Actioris. 170-1, 206,
J-its Sounds, 44.58: Jaw Breakers, 61, and 212; Pardoning, 217: Patience won't have me,
from 17--62; Jealousy, 214. 221; Joy, 173; Jolly 66; Par sin Clerk and the Banns, 81; Painting,
Laughter, 174; Judging, 215; Jury and the Liar, 205; Painter and the King, 92; Patriote, 133;
120: Justice, 92, Just Aristides, 131.

Pelayo, 186; Pauses, 85, &c.: Period, 8d; Perse.
K-ie Sound, 37; Keel lauling 75: Keeping verance, 146 : Perplexity, 217; Peter the Great
Time from Eternity, 64; King and his Fool, 2317 | 217 ; Peter Pricker Prandle, 52; Philosophy of
Kinds of Poetry, 93 ; King of Poland in France, Mind, 98. 123. &c.: Philosopher Outdone. 193;
207 ; King's Evil, 31; Kingly Dinner. 151; Kings Philosophy, 121 ; Physiological Ignorance. 203;

and their Trade 156 : Kirwani, 27; Known by the hrenology. 228 : Philosophy and Love. 57; Play

Fruits. 77: K sciusko, 96.

on Words. 174; Perspiration, &c., 8; Pitch, 123,

L-18; Labor, 72; Language (two kinds). 21 : 143–4-7; Pili, 31. 8; Plı, 42–3; Pleasures of

Laconics, often; Law, 109: Last words of Mar. | Piety, 217; Plaio, 17; Play on X's, 56: Poor

mion, 115; Lafayele, 94 : Language of Feeling, Priest and the King al Prayer, 20%; Political

222; Laughing Scientifically, 77; Lawyer's Har, Economy, Ill; Position of Body, 17; Polyglot of

22; Lawyers' Mistake, 29; Lawyer and Physi. Body and Mind. 230; Poisoned Cup and Cyrus;

cial, 90. Lawyer and Cheni. 107, 176; Learning, 189; Pioneers, 150: Position in Bed. 79; Polite.

148; Legendary Tales, 106 : Listening, 187: Liv. ness, 142 ; Polycarp and h's Lord, 133: Poor

ing Teniples, 69: Lisping. 36 : Logic, 156; Loins Fund, 2000); Point of Law. 132; Pope and the 1,

of the Mind, 63 ; Look at Home. 175; Lost Purse, 159: Pots and all gone. 173: Principles of Elo-

206; Long Enough, 49; Lord Thurlow's Speech cution, from 17--237; Prejudice, 140; Precept

from the Woolsack, 200; Love, 176, 187, 199, 217; and Example, 141: Precipitancy, 62; Pride, 15+,

Love of Justice, 180; Love and Liberty, 140; 214, 219; Prize of Immortality, 14; Preceding

Love and Alcohol, 125; Love on the Scaffold, Principles, 125, &c.; Position of Feet and Bands,

232; Love and the Stars, 109: Lovely Qualities, 11 ; Progress of Society, 119; Prayer to the Con.

233; Luxury, 171; Lying, 155; Lycurgus, 51; gregation, 39 : Proverbs on every page, Prom-

Lyceums, 149.

ises. 124 ; Promising, 219; Principal and Inter.

M-49; Management of the Breath, 97; Man est, 59: Powerful Stimulus. 145; Puning, 172;

a Microcosm, 58. 203 : Making Resolutions, 2013; | Pronunciation, 81, 84; Provincialisms, 3: Pro-

Madness, 231; Making Game of a Lady, 113: longation of Sound, 70.73: Providence, 117; Hj.

Material of all Sounds. 47; Means f Happiness, ty. 177, 225, $3 ; l'ublic Speakers should live long-

95; Mahomet and the Hill. 112; Malice. 216; est, 149; Pursuit of Knowledge, 168; Pupil and

Matter and Manner, 50, 131, 159, 161; Mathe- Apprentice. 46 ; Pulpit and Theatres. 132; Punc.

matics, 54: Mark to Hii, 113; Means of getting tual Hearers, 139, Punishments, 218; Pulpit

9 Living, 105; Mediums. 20-1 : Male and Female Flattery, 1-9: Pungent Preaching, 212.

Voices, 147; Maxims, everywhere; Mercy. 177; Q-57: Quack, 82: Qualifications of Teach.

Mathematical lionor. 62; Matrimony, 56 : Mel- ers, 20: Quaker Presenis, 199 : Qualities. 22:

ancholy, 216: Means to le ured, 19; Men and Quantity, 70: Qualities of Voice, 140, 112: Qua-

Brutes. 38: Merchants and Pigeona, 111; Men- ker and Soldier, 125: Question Direct, 9:

tal Violence, 57 : Mediocrity, 1:37: Melody, 135-6; Queen's Reprimand to her Daughter. 224:

Miser, 87; Mineralogy, 91; Mirth, 174; Minor Queen Elizabeth and her Ladies, 195: Quinc-

Passions, 199: Minis ry of Angels, 171; Mock tillian, 229.

Trial of a King, 205; Moon Eclipsed. 93: Mono R-523-4: Rainbow, 175: Ranges of Voice,

lone, 119: Mourners, 187 : Movement of Voice, 134: Raising Rent, 70: Rage. 190: Rapture. 170:

13-; Modulation, 143-1; Modes of Spelling, 67 ; Reading. 33, 57, 173, 120: Reading Rooms, 16:

Mother's Injunction and Büle, 82: Mouthing, Range of Knowledge, 66: Railery, 192, 229):

116: Mother perishing in a Snow Storm. 111; Reasoning, 2012: Recitations. 166 : from 27–316:

Mother and Daughter in Prison, 1-5; Modesty, Recipients, 32: Reading by vowel sounds. 33:

219. 223; Mouth. 229; Mr. Psalter. 36: Music. Religious Persecutions. 1-7: Reading Discours.

101, 103,-4-5 ; Mummy. 23; Muscle Breakers, 43, es, 71: Remorse 181. 220 : Refusing, 219: Rea-

62, and among the Letters; My Mother. 210; Son, 191, 227 : Reproach, 182: Reproving, :

Musical Pun. 34 : Muscular System. 7: Muscular Revision, 117: Refinement, 93: Rhetorie. 1:6:

Action. 9, and elsewhere; Nutual Mistake, 9. Rhetorical Pause, 92, 108: Rhetorical Action

N-50-1; Nature alın vs True, 159. 205; Nat-234: Reforms 164.: Riches and Talent, 1: 2 :

ural Thrology, 90: Nature and Art. 151; Natu. Right Views, yp: Rythin, 96: Rhyrreiry and
ralisis and Realists. 137 : Narrow Escape, 25; the Queen, 1:25 h. la's Address to the Pirin
Natural Philosophy 25: Natural Death. 42: Na vians, 153: Rhyme, 107: Rose, 72: Revenge,
ural and Sririmal 12; Natural History 85; Nal| 181: Ruined Delitor's satisfaction, 179: Rum and
Fortune's Wheel, 167: Niagara Falls. 167: New Grave Siones, 44: Rouge. 168: Romes, 216.
Character. 99: New Field GS; Nirves of Or S-36-8-9, 42. 46: Sadness and Sorrow, 1-6:
ganic Lif. 5-of Motion and Sense. 6-of Res. Sufe now, 222: Satan's Speech, 169: Saving
piration, os: Ny, 1: Nobleman and Reggar Boy. Fuel, 20: Sailor and Countess' Eyes, :35: Sailor
191 ; Newton and his Dog, 203; Nothing True and Highwayman, 114: Semi-colon, 86: Science,
Hue Heaven, 189; Nothing from Nothing. 167; 114: Scientific Enthusiasm, 1-1: Servile Imita.
Number. 155; Nursery. 39.

tion, 1-2: Seasons. 28: Selfishness, 128. 163:
0-15-6-7; 19. 24-0.057; Obeving Orders. Scorn, 1:0. 222 : Seeing Right, 220 : Seeing 3
146: Observe, 205; Oi and Oy, :?: Old and New Ilind 23: Self-love, 73 : Sea Lawyer3, 77:
Vethode of Spelling, 67-7: Old Hamils, 124; Sense governs, 129: Sheridan, 107 : Shouting,
Only way to teach Read ng, !!!: Only Natural 115: School Teachers, 1:30: Sight Reading, 57
Bound. 19; and Notes on, 47 ; Olie Tongue skips and Slides. 167: Shame, 2:23: Schoolm:19.
enough, 48: Opening the Month, 110: Operating ter and Purite, 43 : Sharp Reply, 163: Siander,
Circunstanres, 102; Oratory, 2-, -4, 10, 156; 1 139 : Slender Voice, 155: Sinking in the 810

CONTENTS OF READINGS AND RECITATIONS.

383

wrh, &; Sounds, 22; Simple Laughter, 192 ; Simple Podily Pain, quillity, 172: Tweedleum and Tweedledee, 228 : The Feet, 174.

196; Speculation like a Cold Bath, 144; Strong Points, 106; Staad. Twilight Dews, 193: Thou art, O God, 138: The Rose, 72: The

ing, 22; Sturry Firmament [Addison), 46; Strength of Voice, 146; Unjon, 55.

Sneiety owes all a Living, 63 ; Sources of Faults, 235; Socrates U-28-9, 30, 22, 24, 56, 58: Ugly Dreams, 165: Unaccented
and the Tyrants, 102 ; Speaking the Gauntlet, 116; Student's Poe Vowels, 75: Cncerta in quantity of Wine, 62 : Unwelcome Veitor,
try, 116; Sommerfield and the Bishop, 138; Standard of Speaking, 74: Use of Spelling, 68.
152 ; Sterling Integrity, 154, Style, 148, 151-9, 160-1-2; Stress,

V-13: Vanity He proved, 162: Vain Mother, 58: Vz. ieties OD

67; Sublimity and Pathos, 22; Striking out Beauties, 177; Stage

every page: l'eneration, 189, 226 : Ventriloquism), 60: Vehemevce

Pregulator, 178; Sowing and Reaping, 180; Suggestions, 151, 236;

of Action, 232 : Views of Truth, 211: Virtue the best Treasure, 222:
Surn ise, 215; Suspicion, 224; Stupelny, 30; Stretch of Thought,

Virtue before Riches, 160: Virtuous Friendship, 237: Vertio,

231 ; Spinsters, 64; Successful Speaker, 128; Swiss Retort, 127;

227 : Voice, 166; Vocal Organs, 11 ; Vocal Gymnastics, 23.

Swearing King, 103, Standing, 22; Swearing, 167; Surprise, 188,

223; Stages of Progress, 170

W-35, 23; Warren't Address at the Battle of Bunker Hur',

paraphrasel, 67; War and Truth, 90; Washington and Mother,
T-39, 41; Talent, 120; Tale of Wonder, 226; Tallow and

191; and W. and the l'. S., 100; Wh, 62; What is Ours, 61; W
Taient, 158; Telling Stories, 78; To teach Children, 109; Tele.
sense, 91; Terior, 183, 225, 231; Temperance, 198 Teaching, Weeping Emperor, 218 ; What the Youth hal learned, 115; WED

Minister, 18; What a Bug: 226; Waves or Circumdexes, 130--3
225; Theology, 19; Tendency of our Language, 157; Theatres,

is wrong in the Argument, 122 ; What for? 150; We love them

174; Thiuking, 175; Thought and Feeling, 114; Thats, 49; This.

90,60; Who rules? 53, Whitfield Rambling, 50 ; Wm. Penn, 37;

de Sifter, 60; True Wisdom, 31; Triphthongs 32: Three Essen

tials in all things, 51: Th, 60—1, True Empire, 76 : Three De-

Wiri, 150; Windpipe, &c., 11; Wise, 153; Wild Oats, 19; Win

ter Evening, 62; Wisdom of our Ancestors, 129: Weeping, 194

grees of Speech, 112: Three modes of Existence, 121: Thorax,

William and Lucy, 194: Word Painting, 95, 139, 142: Whipped
9: Tight Dressing, 9: These are my Jewels, 196: Time in Man,

for making Rhymes, 191: Words, 20: Worth, 65: Woman, 75,

166: Truth, 171, 192: True Happiness, 172: This World, 202:

133, 136, 152: Womler, 188, 226: Woman as she should be, 32 :

A fleeting show, 189; True Eloquence, 209: To act a Passion, 212:

Too common, 221: True Modesty, 21: To and The, 57: Tough

Working a l'hssage, 98: Wrong Choice, 47: Written Languaga,

Animal, 79: Trutha not Fictions, 170: Too harl, 142: Truth and

53—4: World not all a feeling show, 86: Writteo Page, 230.

Nature, 130: To prevent Suicide, 109: Turn Bread into Stones,

X--Pages 56, 57, 63, 64, 65, and 38.
202: Tyrolose Songs, 231: Transition, 146 : True Philosophy, 136 :

Y-Pages 68, 22, 23, 24, 29, 63, 64.
To succeed, 146 : Tremor of Voice, 156 : Try again, 166: Tras

Z-Pages 36, 46, 63, 67: Zool-o-gy, 7, 104.
CONTENTS OF READINGS AND RECITATIONS.
A-A Battle Field, 242; Abuse of Authority, 269 ; ( nity of Human Nature, 305; Discoveries, 304

Action in War, 232; Accomplished Young Lady, Dire effects of Time, 161; Disappointed Ambitione

261; Adans and Jefferson, 273; Address to Death, 240; Domestic Love and Happiness, 201 ; Doctor

213; Address to the Ocean, 262; Adherence to and Pupil, 293 ; Douglas' Account of Ilimself, 244,
Truth, 270 ; Advantages of Knowledge, 291; Affec- | Duties of American Citizens, 311; Dying Christian
tation in Ministers, 235; A fawning Publican, 216; to ais Soul, 123.
Against the American War, 243; Alexander's Feast, E-Earth has been all alive, 291; Early Rising
815 ; Alexander Selkirk, 295; All Labor equally and Prayer, 261; Education, 278; Effects of Gen.
honorable, 379; All the World's & Stage, 154; A tleness, 246; Eloquence, words of fire, 222 ; Em.
Mother's Kindness, 207; A Nother's Love, 239; / met's Betrotheid, 76; Eminet's Vindication in full,
America (poetry), 277; America (prose), 280 ; Amer- 305; Eulogium oa Kosciusko, 293 ; Eulogium on
ican Flag, 288; Anthony's Oration over Cæsar, 252 the South, 256; Eulogium on the North, 251; Eu-
Aaron Burr and Blenverbassett, 268; A Tale of ropean Freedom, V.N.B.; Evening Bells, 27 ; Eve's
Wonder, 226; A Rainy Day, 239; Aspirations of Love for Adam, 294; Eve's Lament on leaving Par.
Youth, 245 ; Atheist and Acorn, 250; Austrian adise, 137; Exile of Erin, 273; Expressive Silence!
Slanders and Hungarian Bravery, 316; Autumn muse llis praise, 183; Exhortation to be courageous,
Evening, 75.

2008
B-Balance of happiness equal, 239; Baron's F-Falls of Niagara, 167; Famine in Ireland, 376;

Last Banquet, 289; Basque Girl, 313; Battle Field, Fancied Infalibility, 238 ; Fatal Remembrance, 229;

295; Be earnest! Heart's Apostle, 139 : Beauty, Fear of Death, 185; Female Character, 295; Fever

Wit, and Gold, 142; Beautiful Cloud, 131 ; Beau- Dreain, 265; Fire-Side, 295; Flight of Time, 292,

tieg of Nature, 302; Benefits of Agriculture, 288; | Flight of Xerxes, 211 ; Flowers and Precipice, 314;

Beggar's Petition, 275; Beware the first approach Fortune Telker, 282; Footsteps of Angels, 273;

of Crime, 88; Beware of Avarice, 226; Best of Fourth of July, 373, Freedom's Song, 204 ; Free

Wives, 314; Bitter Want, 212; Book of Nature, dom's Votaries, 234; Frenchman and his Host, 281.

203; Bud of Moral Beauty, 231 ; Brutus' Harangue, G-Gambling, 153; Gambler's Wife, 257; Gen.
261; Burial of Sir John Moore, 242.

tleness, 177; Genius, 259; Genuine Taste, 257;
C--Capabilities of Hungary and her Sympathi. Ginevra, 272; Giving a Daughter in Marriage, 210 ;

rers, 316 ; Cassius against Cæsar, 242; Carelessness Give thy thoughts no tongue, 151 ; God in Nature,

of Wrongs, 225; Cato's Senate, 276; Cato's Solilo- 276; God's Work- praise him, 46; Golden Melium,

quy, 310; Changing, forever Changing, 48; Changes ! 219; Good in uil Providences, 77; Goodness of God.

of Mind, 236; Changing and Unchanging, 253; 236; Goodness of l'rovi lence, 81; Good Night, 282;

Charms of Youth, 202 ; Charity (St. Paul), 261 ; Gool Merchant, 297; Grave of the Renowned, 310 ;

Character of Woman, 248; Character of Cassius, Greek Literature, 287; Groves--God's First Tem.

24; Character of Pitt, 297; Character of Bona- ples, 293; Grief deploring loss of Happiness, 184.

parte, 802; Character of a good Parson, 315; Chase -Jail! Memory, Lail! 234; Hannibal to his

(he), 284; Cheerfulness in Retirement, 172; Chesto Soldiers, 217; Iamlet's Instructions on Delivery:

nut Horse, 249 ; Childe Harolde, 262; Christ stilling 157; Happy the siool Boy, 227; Harvest Moon

the Tempest, 380; Cicero's Oration, Verres, 308; 112 ; last thou dren't, 165 ; Hatred cursing, 179;

Comfort in Affliction, 122; Commerce, Art, and Heart-Friend, 230; Heavenly Love, 137; Highest

Religion, 876; Comfort in Dying, 216 ; Concealed Occupation of Genius, 259; Honest Fame, or none,

Love, 286; Confidence not to be placed in Man, 130 ; 148 ; Home, how that blessed Word, 166; Honesty,

Constancy of Woman, 295; Converse with God, 174; Hohenlinden, 290); Home, 313; Hope, 157 ;

207; Coral Grove, 260; Coquetry Punished, 263, Hope for All, 178: How sleep tho Brave, 162 ; Hot-

Curiosity, 134 : Curran's Daughter, 76; Cure for spur's Apology, 155 ; Ilow to live, 161 ; How beau.

Hard Times, 285.

tiful the World, 197; How beautiful is Night, 200;

1)--Dagger Scene, 193 ; Daily Self-Examination, How Scholars are made, 370; Human Life, 309; Hun.
86; Darkness, 258; Days of Trial to All, 104 ; Das gary and her sympathizers, 316; Hungary's great
vid's Lament over Absalom, 266 ; Death of a Heart Struggles, 310; Hunters of Gold, 87; Hypocritos
Friend, 79; Death and Sin, 101; Deserted Wife, in Religion, 71; Hypocrite, 273.
81; Despair of Mercy, 212 ; Dew-drop in Spring, 1-Hlleness, 310; Imagination, 221; I met a
21? Destruction of Benacherib's Army, 240; Din Fool in the Forest, 192; Iinmortality of the Soul

881

CONTENTS OF READINGS {ND RECITATIONS.

233: Immortal Mind. 257 ; Improvement of Mind, Right of England to tax America, 873; Right of
without Display, 243; Industry and Eloquence: Free Discussion, 256; Rise with the Lark, 227,
8)l; Indian Names, 248; Infant Sleeping in a Rolla's Address to the Peruvians, 153.
Garden. 239 ; Intluence of Gold 280 ; Intluence of S--Sacrifices to Liberty, 229; Saintly Chastity,
the Wife and Good, 309 ; Invocation to Mirth, 174. 235; Sailor Boy's Dream, 262; Satan's Decisiva

J-Joy expected, 173 ; Judgment on Adam, 179; Speech, 190 ; Satan's Farewell to Heaven, 182 ; Sa
Julging 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, 253 ; Ser-
L-Languishing Love, 176; Land of Rest, 278; pents in Social Life, 149; Sempronius' Speech, 270
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, 311; Last linger- Sbakspeare, 289; Shakspeare's Apothecary, 693
iny Look, 290; Last Account 'twixt Ileaven and Shylock's Revenge, 181 ; She walks in Beauty, 233;
Earth, 181; Liberty and Union, 255; Life of a ship sailing, 241 ; Sin and death, 101 ; Slander, 2045
Drunkard, 253; Life is Real, 3.)5; Lily of the Vale, Slander, 260; Something beyond this World, 31;
70: Lochinvar, 297; Lo! the poor Indian, 167; Sonnet-Enfranchised Bird, 218; Soul forms th-
Lord Ullin's Daughter, 290; Lord Thurlow's Speech, Body, 290; Soul's Defiance, 286; Soul's glimpses of
2) : Love described, 176; Lost Bride, 272; Loss of Immortality, 377; Speech of Belial, dissua ling
National Character, 252; Loving is Living, 288; War, 275; Spectacles, 377; Speech of Cataline by
Lore of Praise in every leart, 145; Love's Sacritice, fore the Roman Senate, 298; Specimen of Julian
313; Lucius' Speech, 276; Lucy, 397.

Language, 292 ; Spirits of the Departed, 137 ; Spirit
N1 – Madness, 213; Maid of Mallahide, 267; 1 of lluman liberty, 377; Star of Bethlehem. 24;
Majesty of the Law, 293 ; Man is dear to Man, 70 ; Stream of Life, 296; Sublimity of Mountain Scenery
Man made to face the Stornı, 152; Maniae, 270, 250; Submission to Heaven, 201 ; Sunset Cloul,
Marco Bozzarris, 267 : Maria DeTorquenioda, 314; 83; Surprise at unexpected Events, 223; Suppose i
Marseilles Hymn of Liberty, 292; Maternal Affec Speech of John Adams, on adopting the Declara-
tion. 303; Meek-eyed Morn appears, 170; Merchant tion, 245 ; Sure Rewards for Virtue, 305.
and Scholar, 371; Merchants and Shipmasters, 379; T-Talent always Ascendant, 269 ; Temperance
Midnight's holy Hour, 45; Military Despotism and in Food and Drink, 309; The Alps, 270; The Beg-
Insubordination, 291; Milton, 119; Ministering con (James), 89; The Butterfly, 117; The Bible
Spirits, 47; Vinistry of Angels, 171; Mirth and worthy of all Acceptation, 128; The Day of Life,
Melancholy, 174; Misspent Time, 217; Modulation, 81; There is beauty in the Deep, 164; The Epitaph,
204 ; Modern Republics, 271; Moloch's Oration for 129; The Devil's Soliloquy, 190; The Drunkard,
Wir, 308; Moral Truth intelligible to All, 244 ; 113; The Fisherman, 115; The Freeman (Cowper),
Moonlight and a Battle Fiell, 255; Mortal Coldness 301 ; The Hermit, 249; Thanatopsis (Bryant), 257;
of the Soul, 179; Moral effects of Intemperance, The Murderer (Webster), 251; The Invalid abroad,
24); Mother's Injunction, $2; Mother perishing in 252; The Quiet Hour of Feeling, 90; The Plox,
the Snow Storm, 111; Music the Food of Love, 379; The Rainbow of Omnipotence, 175; The Re.
187; Music! thou rest of Life, 173 ; Muse of Inspi- jected, 304; The Roso had been washed, 72 ; The
ration, 235; My Birth Day, 71 ; My Mother's Voice, Whiskers, 243; They know not my Hear:, 176;
127; My Country, 250); Vy Native Land, 151. Three black Crows, 259; Time flies, 259; Time-

N-Nature always Trre, 206; Nature and Gar- | New Year, 279; Time's softening Power, 291; Tran.
rick, 224; · Nature of Eloquence, 286; Nature's | quility, 190; Tit for Tat, 263; This World 's not a
Wants are few, 281 ; Nature's Universal Joy, 127; tleeting Show, 85; "Tis Midnight deep, 227 ; Thun-
Nature's Visible l'orks. 114 ; National Glory, 241; der Storm on the Alps, 303 ; To Mary in Heaven,
National Union, 250; Natural llistory of Love, 274; 302 ; To-day and To-morrow, 301 ; Tranquil Medio
Needle, 272; New England and the Union, 377; | tations, 89, Tribute to Washington, 259; Tribute
Sight Scene in Turkey, 246; Nobility of Labor, to William Penn, 312; True Elocution, 244 ; True
255; No Excellence without Labor, 305; Nose and and False Liberty, 168 ; True Love, 189, True Phi-
the Man, 265.

losophy, 168 ; True happiness has no localities. 172 ;
0-ode on the Passions, 249 ; Old Age honora- True Friendship, 260 ; True Pleasure defined, 255;
ble, 228; Old Hat, 291;; Old Oaken Bucket, 256; Twilight Dews, 193; Turkey, England, and United
O Sacred Solitude, 181 : One good Turn deserves States, 300.
another, 375; One fatal Remembrance, 229; Orator U-Universal Emancipation (Gratton), 271.
Pufi, 315; Ossian's Address to the Moon, 241 ; Os V-Vanity, 308; Victim Bride and Miser (Harri-
sian's Address to the Sun, 244 ; Othello's Apology, son), 291 ; Village Blacksmith (Longfellow), 299;
22: Our Country, 240 ; Our thoughts are Bound Virtue the best Treasure, 222; Virtue the đuardian
lees, 235; Our Toils and their Reward, 238 ; Our of Youth. 244 ; Virtuous Friendship, 238; Voice of
Exit, 287

Infant Freedom (weep not), 78; Voice of Nature,
P-Parrhasius and the Captive, 274 ; Pardoning 205: Vulture and Captive Infant, 247.
& cruel Persecution, 217; Patriotic Triumph, 263; W--Warren's Address (paraphrased), at the Bat-
Partings and Meetings, 299 ; Parts of the Whole, tle of Bunker Hill, 57; Washington a man of Genius,
234; Patrick Henry's Speech, 277; Patriots of the 376; Water for me, 371 ; Waterloo-the Ball aud
Revolution, 55 ; Passing away of the Indians, 114; Battle, 264, Way to be Happy, 278; What Com.
Passion's Language, 153; Passage of the Red Sea, merce has done, 378; What Eloquence is, 169;
281); Patriots have toilet. 133 ; Peace and War con What's Fame, 262; What the wise van does, 2333;
trasted, 257; Pelayo, 184; Perry's Victory, 260; Wife, Children, and Friends (Spencer), 279; Fii
Perfect Orator, 279; Pilgrims and their Destiny, | derness of Mind, 258; Wirt's Introductory, 13),
312; Physical Education, 284; Playing the lool, 192, Wisdoun : Harp, 132; Wise Men's Course, 223; Wor
Pleasures of Piety, 217; Plaver's Profession, 222; sey's Soliloquy on Ambition, 312 ; Wonian's Prayer,
Piay-Place of Early Days, 276; Pompeii, 270 ; Po- | 297; Work enough for All, 330; Works of the Sian.
litical Corruption, 310; Power of Eloquence, 280 ; derer, 311; World to Come, 250 ; World at a Dis
Power of Imagination, 166 ; Press On (prose), 246, tance, 53 ; Worship, 188; Forship! God is pass
Press On (poetry), 279 ; Presence of God, 182; Pri- ing by, 102; Worship and Rejoice, 183.
mal Duties, 160 ; Progress of Life, 110; Progress of 1-Yon Cloud is Bright, 96; Youth and Age, 289.
Liberty, 256; Progress of Government, 290 ; Public
Faith, 309.

DIALOGUES.
Q-Quality of Mercy, 177 ; Qualities surpassing Ancient and Modern Virtee, : City Fitshing (F. F.D., 338
Loveliness, 233; Queen Mab, 299;

Dandy (FFD, 357, Debating Cub FFD, 344; Drese and Assurance >

FD, 334, Fugtish Travrier (FED),503; Finale Exo-tr, 2n Of: rat,
R-Raptures, 175; Razor Seller, 271; Recita (FFD, 307: I'll try; or, Yankee Makanan (FED) 303; Import
tion, 292; Recitations instead of Theaters, 264; aice of Literature, 372, Julius Cakar Kuexie, 319; Mas is best
Reproaching for want of Courage, 183; Resolve, be

IN FFD), 360, Prantry FFD, 379; Petitre FFD), 380: Pre

Ining, sussion (FED), 351; Precisrbe FFD). H: Quarta
Mon, 150 ; Respect to Old Age, 282; Resurrection DAY FID),3012: School Caminittee (FFD), 334; Superior alvo
of the Lord, 234; Revolutions in Nature, 232;

dramatiwments, 63Temperance Dalegre indisdua! rep
Riu, and Poor Man, 259; Kichard the Thira, 301;

rut 917: Portis" iFPD.96.; Vanly paciehet FED), 361; V
ja y..YID. 341. Wam Test, 274

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