The Classical Reader: A Selection of Lessons in Prose and Verse, from the Most Esteemed English and American Writers : Intended for the Use of the Higher Classes in Public and Private Seminaries

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Lincoln & Edmands, and Carter & Hendee, 1830 - 408 頁
 

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Page
151
Character of the Puritans Ibid
152
Lesson
157
Character and Pursuits of Ulrich Zwingle the Swiss Reformer Hess
161
SelfKnowledge
168
The Character of Pope as a Poet
171
The Banian Tree
174
Parentage of Gen Lafayette and his first Visit to the United States of America TICKNOR
179
Address of the President to Lafayette on his Departure from the United States 1825 J Q ADAMS
182
Reply of Lafayette to the foregoing Address LAFAYETTE
186
The Fall of Niagara
187
Principles of the American Revolution Quincy
188
Account of the Quicksilver Mine in Idria Germary Russell
191
The Ocean 87 The old Servant Anonymous
195
Keate
197
Ode to Tranquillity
198
Falls of Niagara PRESIDENT Dwight
201
Government of the People G BANCROFT
205
Industry necessary to form the Orator H WARE JR
206
Extract from the Tragedy of Ethwald Joanna Baillie
208
Description of Sandfloods in Arabia Bruce
210
Description of the Simoon or Hot Wind Ibid
211
The Vicar of Made Madely Anonymous
212
The Hatefulness of War Chalmers
213
History of the English Language Blair
215
The Slave Trade
217
H WARE JR
223
Account of eleven Africans rescued from Slavery SPARKS
225
Danger of bad Habits Miss Edgeworth
230
Against Inconsistency in our Expectations i Mrs Barbauld
234
On Plants Jbid
237
An Address to
239
The Couri and Character of Queen Elizabeth
241
Female Accomplishments H More
243
Fatal Termination of a Highland Feud i Anonymous
244
Home
247
Adventures of a bashful Man Anonymous
248
Education prevents Crime Ed Review
252
Washingtons Resignation of the Command of the American Army MARSHALL
253
Description of the Natural Bridge in Virginia JEFFERSON
256
Extract from President Jeffersons Inaugural Address IBID
257
President Adamss Opinion of the American Constitution J ADAMS
259
Gruttun
278
Ode to Evening
280
Description of Arabia Gibbon
283
The Horse and Camel Ibid
284
The Degeneracy of Spain Anonymous
287
Character of Charles Townshend Burke
288
The early Increase of American Resources Ibid
291
Ode to Adversity
293
The baneful Effects of Intemperance KIRKLAND
296
Description of Rivers and Praise of Water
300
Dialogue in the Shades between Pliny the Elder and Pliny the Younger wi Lord Lyttleton
304
Admirable Structure of the Mole Paley
307
Instances of Compensation in the Structure of different Animals Ioid
308
The Charms of Nature to be preferred
312
Sketch of the History of Printing V Knox
313
Exhortation to filial Gratitude and Obedience Ogden
316
The Complaint of the dying Year an Allegory Henderson
317
FRANKLIN
320
Speech on the Question of War with England P HENRY
322
An Ode in Imitation of Alcæus Sir W Jones
324
Letter to Lady Spencer on the Scenery in which Milton is supposed to have written his smaller Poems Sir W Jones
325
Defence of Literary Studies in Men of Business Mackenzie
327
Love of Enemies Hawkesworth
330
The torrid and frigid Zones Shaftesbury
333
Progress of Intemperance C SPRAGUE
334
Hagar in the Wilderness
336
State of Navigation in the most ancient Times Robertson
340
The first Landing of Columbus in America Ibid
342
Anecdote of King Alfred Hume
343
The Garden of Hope Johnson
346
Villa of a tasteless rich Man
352
The Weakness of indulging a Belief in Apparitions Addison
353
London after the Great Fire 1666 Dryden
358
Truth better than Dissimulation Tillotson
360
The Learning of Sir Hudibras S Butler
364
The Reformation Milton
367
Sonnet on Miltons Blindness
371
Death active at all Seasons Jeremy Taylor
377
Scene from As you like it
380
Death and Character of Cardinal Wolsey
387
Of Discourse Lord Bucon
388
The Righteous and the Wicked
402

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