The Speaker's Garland, Volume 2

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Penn Publishing Company, 1892
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Contents

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Bridge of Truth The viii
81
Faith and Works Wee Can vii
91
Childs Dream of a Star A Charles Dickens v 16
94
New Thanatopsis Wm H JnlnmuV v
96
Nantucket Skipper Tho Jamse T Fields v
109
Sorrow for the Dead Waehington Irving v
110
To the Tcrnotrial Globe W S Gilbert viii
113
Affectation in he Pnlpit William Goirper v M
121
Our Polka Ethel Lynn v 15
125
Absence Frances Anne Kemhle v m
132
MouseHunting B P Shilldber v
136
Lncle Jo Alice Cary vi 157
137
Golden Show v
142
Sketch of the old Coaching Days A John Poole vi 27
148
Ben Fisher Frances tMna Gage vill
150
One Nfight with tiin Plwis v
159
Speech by Obadiah Partington Swipee vii
160
Catiline Expelled Cicero v
163
Annie and Willies Prayer Sophia P Snow v
166
Burial of Sir John Moore ChaHes Wolfe viii
169
Duelists Honor The Bishop England v 74
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lOO Choice Selections contained
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Alls for the Best M F Tnpper vL 7
7
ilea and Vbrabam Elmer limm Vonten vi 54
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Vision or Immortality The E P Weston v 56
74
Hannusan Rrkanl C Tremh v 44
78
Perverse Hen The vi
90
Answer to lam Dying Ilev William Laurie vi
95
Mrs Caudle has taken Cold Douglas Jerrold vi 97
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Paddys Excelsior vi 103
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Hid Man in the StyfUh Church The Juhn H Yales vi 44
106
Difficulty about that Dog The vi 118
108
Drunkards Death The Charhi Dickens vi 115
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Mark Twain on Juvenile Pugilists 8 L Clemens vi 124
124
Are the Children at Home? M E Sangnter vi 126
126
Dream of the Fat Contributor A Minor Iriswold vi 160
131
Old Man in the Model Church Tte John H 1V vii 12
132
Miss Malony on the Chinese Qnestion Mary If Dodge vi 133
133
Claude Melnottes Apology E Bnlwrr Lytion vi 136
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iur Whole O untry viii 138
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Speech of Vindication Robert Emmett viii 139
139
How Betsey and 1 Made Up IIill Carfrfim v 1 7
148
Out in the Sobbing Rain flora Same viii 150
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Eulogy on Lafayette Charles Spragne vi 151
151
True Source of Reform The CuVui H Chapin viii 161
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Platonic William B Teirett vi 163
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have Drank my Last Glass vi 164
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What Doe it Matter? v 169
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Mad Engineer The vii 39
39
Answer to Five Oclock in the Morning vii
48
Education Schuyler Colfax vii 71
71
John Maynard v 22
73
Have Charily vii 75
75
Little Church Round the Corner The A E Lancaster v 65
81
Perversion of the Bible Robert Pottok v 84
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Learning to Pray Mary E Dodge v 110
87
Wnen Susan Coolidge vi 15
91
Lifu from Death Horatini Bonar vi 100
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Mr Stivers Horse hunn M Bailey vii 103
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Ijeona Jama G Clarke vii 47
107
Herve Riel Itobert Brwening vii 113
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Little Boy that Died The J D Robinson vil 116
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Per Pacem ad Lucem Adelaide Anne Procter vii 118
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Union linked with Liberty Andrew Jackmn vii 124
124
Mr Perkins Helps to move a Stove fames M Bailey viii
134
Wauta of Man The Q Adams vi 139
139
Rescue of Chicago The Henry M look v 34
141
Puzzled Dutchman The Charles Follen Ailnme v 146
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Cidand Bavieca The vii 147
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Mark Twain tells an Anecdote of A Ward 6 L Clemens viii 154
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living Boy The v 161
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Saved Jennie Joy v 8
158
Song of Saratoga John GSaxe vii 166
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Unzo the Brave and the Fair Imogine M U lewis vii 66
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Noble Bevenge The vi 76
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Damon to the Syracusaoa tohn frtnim vii 177
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It is well we Cannot See the End v 82
178
Where Man Should Die Michael Joseph Barry vi 180
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Shadow on the Blind The viii 11
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Weaver The lCw H Burleigh vii 18
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Railroad Car Scene A v 26
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Yon put no Flowers on My Papaa Jrave C E L Holmes v 119
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Laborer The W D Gallagher viil 8
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Sign of Distress The viii 63
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Hollas Address to the Peruvians R B Sheridan viii 81
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am Dying vi 23
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Value of Reputation Charles Phillips v 79
68
Lost Heir The Thomae Hood viil 127
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Dor Baby viii 06
68
An Electric Episode Helen Booth vi
201
Dying Hymn A Alire Oiry vill 176
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Spiritual Temple The viii 97
179
LongLoat Nephew The Robert C I Meyert vii 193
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Mind Your own Business H Elliott McBride v 225
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Saved viii
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Page 122 - But we loved with a love that was more than love, I and my Annabel Lee; With a love that the winged seraphs of heaven Coveted her and me.
Page 68 - Few and short were the prayers we said, And we spoke not a word of sorrow; But we steadfastly gazed on the face that was dead, And we bitterly thought of the morrow.
Page 123 - Tis mightiest in the mightiest: it becomes The throned monarch better than his crown; His sceptre shows the force of temporal power, The attribute to awe and majesty, Wherein doth sit the dread and fear of kings; But mercy is above this sceptred sway; It is enthroned in the hearts of kings, It is an attribute to God himself; And earthly power doth then show likest God's When mercy seasons justice.
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