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RELIGIOUS INSTRUCTION FOR THE YOUNG.
A Speech made at the Anniversary Meeting of the American Sunday
School Union in Boston, May 27, 1852.
NOMINATION OF WINFIELD SCOTT FOR THE PRESIDENCY OF THE
A Speech made at Faneuil Hall, June 29, 1852 .
THE OBLIGATIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF EDUCATED MEN IN THE
USE OF THE TONGUE AND OF THE PEN.
An Address delivered before the Alumni of Harvard University, July
An Address delivered at Taunton, Mass., before the Bristol County Agri-
cultural Society, Oct. 15, 1852
THE ELECTORAL VOTE OF MASSACHUSETTS.
A Speech in Reply to a Vote of Thanks of the Electoral College of Mas-
sachusetts, Dec. 1, 1852
THE GROTON MASSACRE IN 1781.
A Speech delivered in Groton, Conn., Sept. 6, 1853
THE COALITION IN MASSACHUSETTS.
A Speech delivered at the Whig Convention in Fitchburg, Sept. 28, 1853
ARCHIMEDES AND FRANKLIN.
A Lecture delivered before the Massachusetts Charitable Mechanic Asso-
ciation, Nov. 29, 1853 .
A Lecture delivered before the Boston Mercantile Library Association,
Dec. 21, 1853
THE REPEAL OF THE MISSOURI COMPROMISE.
Remarks made at Faneuil Hall, Feb. 23, 1854
THE DEATH OF JOHN DAVIS.
Remarks made at the Semi-annual Meeting of the American Antiquarian
Society, Boston, April 26, 1854.
AN INCREASED CIRCULATION OF RELIGIOUS BOOKS.
A Speech made at the Anniversary Meeting of the American Tract So-
ciety, Boston, May 31, 1854
BOSTON MECHANICS AND BOSTON PATRIOTS.
A Speech made at the Triennial Festival of the Massachusetts Charitable
Mechanic Association, Oct. 11, 1854
THE HISTORIC GLORIES OF THE EMPIRE STATE.
A Speech at the Semi-centennial Celebration of the New-York Historical
Society, New York, Nov. 20, 1834.
DEDICATION OF THE WINTHROP SCHOOL.
A Speech made at the Dedication of the Winthrop Schoolhouse, in Boston,
Feb. 24, 1855.
THE DEATH OF ABBOTT LAWRENCE.
A Speech made at Faneuil Hall, Aug. 20, 1855.
BOSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY.
An Address at the Laying of the Corner Stone of the Public Library of
Boston, Sept. 17, 1855
THE FUSION OF PARTIES IN MASSACHUSETTS.
A Letter to the Chairman of the Whig Executive Committee, Oct. 15, 1855 225
AGRICULTURE OF THE UNITED STATES.
A Speech made at the Banquet of the United States Agricultural Society,
Oct. 26, 1855.
A Speech made at the Whig Convention of Massachusetts, in the Tremont
Temple, Boston, Sept. 3, 1856 .
THE INAUGURATION OF THE STATUE OF FRANKLIN.
An Address delivered at the Unveiling of the Statue of Franklin, in Bos-
ton, Sept. 17, 1856 .
A Speech at the Festival of the Sons of Connecticut, in Boston, Jan.
THE OPENING OF THE DOWSE LIBRARY.
A Speech at the Annual Meeting of the Massachusetts Historical Society,
April 9, 1857.
MUSIC IN NEW ENGLAND.
An Address delivered at the Opening of the First Musical Festival in
Boston, May 21, 1857 . .
THE CINCINNATI SOCIETY.
A Speech made at the Triennial Banquet of the Cincinnati, in Boston,
May 27, 1857.
WELCOMES TO VIRGINIA AND MARYLAND.
Speeches at the Inauguration of the Statue of General Warren on Bun-
ker Hill, June 17, 1857 .
THE ALUMNI OF HARVARD.
A Speech at the Triennial Festival of the Alumni of Harvard University
at Cambridge, July 17, 1857. .
CENTRAL CHARITY BUREAU.
A Memorial addressed to the City Council of Boston, Oct. 8, 1857
BOSTON PROVIDENT ASSOCIATION.
A Speech made at the Music Hall in Boston, Dec. 22, 1857.
THE DEDICATION OF THE PUBLIC LIBRARY.
An Address delivered at the Dedication of the Public Library, Boston,
Jan. 1, 1858 .
THE BOSTON LIGHT INFANTRY.
A Speech made at Faneuil Hall, Boston, June 16, 1858
MUSIC IN THE SCHOOLS.
A Speech made at the School Festival in Boston, July 27, 1858
THE MEMORY OF THOMAS DOWSE,
Introductory Remarks at the Commemoration of Thomas Dowse by the
Massachusetts Historical Society, Boston, Dec. 9, 1858. .
THE DEATH OF THE HISTORIAN PRESCOTT.
Introductory Remarks at a Meeting of the Massachusetts Historical So-
ciety, Feb. 1, 1859
CHRISTIANITY, NEITHER SECTARIAN NOR SECTIONAL, THE GREAT
REMEDY FOR SOCIAL AND POLITICAL EVILS.
An Address delivered before the Young Men's Christian Association,
Boston, April 7, 1859.
LUXURY AND THE FINE ARTS, IN SOME OF THEIR MORAL AND
An Address delivered in Aid of the Fund for Ball's Equestrian Statue of
Washington, Boston, May 13, 1859
THE PRESIDENTIAL ELECTION OF 1860.
A Speech delivered at the Union Ratification Meeting in Boston, Sept.
TRIBUTE TO HON. NATHAN APPLETON.
Remarks made at a Meeting of the Massachusetts Historical Society,
Aug. 8, 1861.
THE FLAG OF THE UNION.
A Speech on the Presentation of a Flag to the Twenty-second Regiment
of Massachusetts Volunteers, on Boston Common, Oct. 8, 1861 . . 505
TRIBUTE TO HON. WILLIAM APPLETON.
Remarks made at a Meeting of Citizens at the Merchants' Exchange,
Boston, Feb. 18, 1862 .
TRIBUTE TO PRESIDENT FELTON.
Remarks made at the Meeting of the Massachusetts Historical Society,
March 13, 1862
TRACTS FOR THE SOLDIERS.
A Speech made at the Anniversary of the American Tract Society, Bos-
ton, May 27, 1862 .
A Speech made at the Anniversary of the Massachusetts Colonization
Society, May 28, 1862
A STAR FOR EVERY STATE, AND A STATE FOR EVERY STAR.
A Speech made on Boston Common at the Mass Meeting in Aid of Re-
cruiting, Aug. 27, 1862
A Speech made at a Meeting for Enlisting a new Irish Regiment at Fan-
euil Hall, Sept. 9, 1862
THE CHURCH AS AFFECTED BY THE WAR.
Remarks at the Triennial Convention of the Protestant Episcopal Church
of the United States, with a Report and Resolutions, New York,
Oct. 9, 1862
A FLAG TO THE FORTY-THIRD.
A Speech on the Presentation of a Flag to the Forty-third Regiment of
Massachusetts Volunteers, on Boston Common, Nov. 5, 1862 . . . 546
A Speech at the Celebration of the Birthday of Washington by the Bos-
ton Light Infantry Association, Feb. 22, 1863 . .
TRIBUTE TO CRITTENDEN.
Aug. 13, 1863