Great orations by Clay, Fox, Gladstone, Lincoln, O'Connell, Phillips, Pitt, Webster, and others

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245 0 0 ‡aGreat orations by Clay, Fox, Gladstone, Lincoln, O'Connell, Phillips, Pitt, Webster, and others / ‡cwith a critical introduction by Thomas B. Reed.
260 ‡aNew York : ‡bD. Appleton, ‡c1901, c1899.
300 ‡a451 p., [17] leaves of plates : ‡bill., facsim. ; ‡c24 cm.
490 0 ‡aThe World's great books ... Aldine ed.
505 0 ‡aLord Chatham on the American stamp act.--Henry Grattan on the Declaration of Irish rights.--William Pitt on the slave-trade.--John Philpot Curran on the trial of Archibald Hamilton Rowan.--Charles James Fox on the French overtures for peace.--Daniel O'Connell on the recovery of Catholic rights.--Daniel Webster. The Bunker Hill monument.--Henry Clay in defence of the American system.--Richard Lalor Sheil on the Irish municipal bill.--John Bright on the foreign policy of England.--Wendell Phillips. Toussaint L'Ouverture.--Henry Ward Beecher. Union and emancipation.--Abraham Lincoln. The Gettysburg address. Second inaugural address.--Lord Beaconsfield on the principles of the conservative party.--William Ewart Gladstone. Domestic and foreign affairs.--James Gillespie Blaine. James Abram Garfield.
538 ‡aMode of access: Internet.
650 0 ‡aSpeeches, addresses, etc.
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