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793. WORK EXODGII POR ALL.-G. R. RUSSELL. descends on the expectant foolscap, it is
It is common complaint, perpetually perhaps, only to chronicle rhyrnes which shali re terated, that the occupations of life are jingle, for a day, in some weekly newspaper. filled to overflowing; that the avenues to
He who draws on genius alone, is oftentimes wealth, or distinction, are so crowded w answered by --no funds; bis drafts are uvexcompetitors, that t is hopeles, to endeavor to pectedly protested, and he tinds himself make way in the deuse and jostliny masses. bankrupt even while unlimited wealth seeme Long before Cheops bad planted the basement glittering around him. stone of his pyramid, wlien, Sphinx and Colossi Ti is not revealed bow much of the celebrity buni not yet been fashioned into their huge of gifted men has been dependent on "harit existence, and the untouched quarry had given digging." The rough drafts of inspiratiori wit neither temple nor monument, i he young
not printed; the pen-crossings, thuse Ervptiit, as he looked along the Nile, may modernized marks of the inverted stytuma. buve mourned that he was born too late. curl up chimney. There may have been l'ute had done bim injustice, in withholding much perplexity, before smooth verses, which liis individual being till the destinies of man
fall so harmoniously on the ear, were tortura were accomplished. His imagination warmed into existence; many a trial, before the at whut he might have been, had his chauces splendid figure could be hammered into shape: been commensurate with his merits; but what The wondrous etforts of the mightiest masters remained for him. vow, in this worn out, of art have something in them besides genius ballered, used up bulk of a world, but to The transfigured divinity of Raphael, and the sorrow for the good old times, which had walls covered over by a pencil which seems esliausted all resources !
to have been dipped in sunbeams, are records The Roman youth, as he assumed the not only of the mind, that could image to "loga virilis," and in all the consciousness itself those creations, but of'ihe intense study of newly acquired dignity, folded about him which, it is known, be devoted to the elemenis his tresh insignia of manhood, thought that it of bis art Not by sudden flashes came the should have been put on some centuries earlier. graceful proportions, which give such exceedStanding amidst memorials of past glories, ing beauty to bis works. Genius trusted not wbere arch and column told of triumphs, which to itself alone. but gathered from science haud secured boundless dominion, be felt that illustrated in the anatunical room, and from nothing was left for :hé 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 hewed out his is not more reasonable now, than wlien it thought in marble, or personated, in fresco, groaued by the Nile and Tiber. There is the awful conceptions of the bard he loved so Awilys 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 ! conquers obstacle and commands success, is profound meditation, mingled with the severest BienWill and strong Work. Application application to the acqu rement of all kuowledge is the frieud and ally of genius. The laborious that could aid his unrivalled power, scholar, the diligent mercbant, the industrious
794. CHRIST STILLING THE TEMPEST. mechanic, the hard working farmer. are thriving men, and take rank in the world, while genius, by iiself, lies in idle admiration of a fame that PEAR was within the tossing bark, is ever prospective. The hare sleepsoramuses When stormy winds grew loud ; himsell
' by the wayside, and the tortoise wins And waves came rolling, high, and dark, the race.
And the tall mast 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 sea,
* Be still! ine bard hand and the sun-burned face of the laboring man.
And the wind ceased--it ceased! that word Genius will, alone, do but little in this Passed through the gloomy sky; matter of fact, utilitarian, hard-working world.
The troubled billows KNEW The Lord, He who would master circumstances must
And sank beneath his eye. come down from the clouds, and bend 10
And slumberg settled on the deep, uuremitting 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 pasi. “ The poet's eye, in a fine frenzy rolling, May glance from heaven to earth, from earth to
Thoa, that didst rule the angry hour,
And tame the tempest's moodbeaven,"
Oh! send the spirit forth in power, and yet, in all that space, encounter nothing
O'er our dark soul to brood. bat air, too impalpable to be wrought into a local habitation or a name. His suspended
Thou, that didst bow the billow's pride,
Thy mandates to futiipen, may wait in vain for the inspiration that Oh! speak, to PAS810.38 raging tide, ist bring immortality; and when, at lant, it Speak, and say ---- PEACK! DE STILI.!"
CONTENTS OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ELOCUTION.
A-its Bounds, 17, 18, 19, 20-2-4-7-9: Ab- 95; Difference 55, 64; Lifficulty 201; Discov.
106; Ly Quantity, 107-5-9; by a Pause, 113;
C-its Sounds, 30-7-2_9; Cadence, 139; Catch-28, 78; Franklin's Epitaph, 2017 Freerom of
for Fashion's Sake, 91; Hraring and Breaking,
CONTENTS OF THE PRINCIPLES OF ELCCUTION.
Treason, 113: Passions and Acrois. 170-1, 200,
Pelayo, 186: Pauses. -3, &c. Pe jod, 68; Perse-
on Words, 174; Perspiration, &c., 8; Pilch 12);
ises. 124; I'romi-ing, 219; Principal and Inter-
N-50-1 : Nature alway's True, 150:05; Nat. 24: Reforms 104: Riches and Talell, 1:2:
tion, 1.2: Seasons, 28: Se fishness. 128. 103:
CONTENTS OF READINGS AND RECITATIONS.
383 mach, 92 ; Sounds, 22; Simple laughter, 192; Simple Bolity Pain, quilli'), 172: The-1.Jum and Tweedle lor, 223: The fert, 174, 106. Sprea larion like a Coll Bath, 144, Srong fois, 106, Stand Twilight Dess, 193: Ibu uri, o God, 158. The Luis, 72: The inz, 22; Stury Formament (Addisoal, 46; Streugth of Voice, 145; Ulin, 64. society one all a Lising, 63 ; Sources of Faults, 235, Socrates 0-28-9, 30, 22, 24, 56, 58: l'zly Dreams, 155: I'raccentes a. the Tyrants, 102; Speaking the Gauntlet, 116; Student's Poo Vowels, 75: Uncertain quantity of Wine 62: C: el cuint , try, 116; Sonnteb 11 and the Bishop, 138 ; Standart of Speaking, 74: L'se of Speiliu, 68. 152; Sterling Integrily, 154. Shle, 149, 151–9, 160-12; Stress,
V-43: Vanity Reproved, 16!: Vain Mother, 5%: Varities os 67; Sullimi'y and Pailios, 22; Striking out Beauties, 177; Stace
every page : Peneratiou, 189, 2.6: Ven'r il quinn, 60: Vecht mence Relator, 178, Souing and Reaping, 180; Suggestions, 154,235;
of Action, 232: Views of Truih.211: Virtue the best Treasure, 22 Surmise, 213; Suspicion, 224; : tupi'i'y, 30; Stretch of Thought,
Virtue Lelore Riches, 100: Virtuvus Friendship, -37: Vexation, 231; pises, 54; Successful speaker, 128; Swiss Retort, 127; 227 : Voice, 166, local Orguns, 11; Voxal Gyarastics, 23. Swaring K192, 103; Sladdies, 22; Swearing, 167; Surprise, 188,
W-55, 26; Warren's Altress at the Battle of Buriker Hin, 223 ; Sags of Irotesi, 170 T-3), 41; Talent, 1.0; Tale of Wonder, 226; Tallow and
paraphrasil, 57; War and Truth,0; Washington and Mother,
194; and W. and the U.S., 100; W1, 62; What is (i3,61; W& Talen!, 138; Telling Miries, 78; To teach Children, 109; Tele
Minister, 18; Wbat a Rus 226; Wacoor Cireun fexes, 130-3 y pe. 91: Teno“, 183, 225, 231; Temperance, 188; Teachine, Weeping Emperor, 218; What the Fou'lı bad harnel, 115; Who 221; Theology, 19; Ten'ency of our language, 157; Theatres,
is wrong in the Argumest. 122 ; What for i 150; We love theme 174; Thinkırg, 175; Thought ani Feeling, 114; Tha's, 49, 7his.
50, 60; Who rules? 53; Whitfild Rambling, 50: Wm. Peno, 37; He sfer, 60; True W is fons, 34; Triphthongs, 32: Three Essen.
Wirt, 150; Windpine, kc, 11, Wife, 133; Will Oats, 19; Win tials in all things. 51: Th, 60-1, 'l rue Empire, 76 : Three De
ter Evenings, 62; Wisdom of our Ancestors, 123. Weeping, 194 grees of Speech, 112: Tore mode of Exis'ence, 121: "lhorax,
William apu Lucy, 154: Word Painting. 95, 139, 142: Whipped 9: Tizhi Dressing, 9: Mese are my Jewels, 1.6: lime in Mau,
for making Rhymes, 191: Words, 20: Worth, 63: Woman, 75, 166: Truth, 171, 192: True llappiness, 172: This Worl1, 20!: A fleeting show, 189, Trie El quepce, 209 : To act a Passion, 212:
133, 130, 152: Woader, 183, 226: Woman as she shoull be, 32:
Working a l'assuge, 98: Wrong Choice, 17: Writen Larguar Too common, 2!1: True Malesty,!1: To ani The, 57: Tough
53–4: Worlj 1.00 all a Pecting show, $5: Writeu l'age, 230 Animal, 79: Truths not Fictions, 170: Jon hard, 142: Truth and Na'ure, 130: To prevent Suicide, 103. Turn Bread into Stones,
X-Fages 56, 57, 63, 61, 65, and 38. 20.2: Tyroisse Smr, 234: Transition, 146 : True Philasphy, 135.
Y-Pares 58, 22, 23. 24, 29, 63, 64. To succeed, 146. Tremor of V sice, 156 : Try again, 156: Tran
2- Pages 36, 46, 63, 67: 2001-0-gy, 7, 104. CONTENTS OF READINGS AND RECITATIONS. A-A Battle Field, 242; Abuse of Authority, 269 ; , pity of Iluman Nature, 305; Discoveries, 304, Action in War. 232; Accomplished Young Lady, Dire effects of Time, 161 ; Disappointed Ambition, 261; Adams and Jefferson, 273; Aluregs to Deuch, | 240; Domestic Love and happiness, 201; Doctor 213; Address to the Ocean. 2012; Adherence to and Pupil, 293 ; Douglas? Account of llimself, 244; Truth, 270 ; Advantages of Knowledge, 291; Alfer-| Du is of American Citizens, 311; Dying Christian tation in Minis er-, 237: Aftning Publican. 210; to nis Soul, 123. Aguinst the American War, 213; Alexanıler's Fe.si, B-bar:b has been all alive, 291: Early Rising 315; Alexander Selkirk, 29); All labor equally api Prvar, 261; Elucation, 278; Ellects of Genre honorable, 379; All the Worki's & Stan, 151; Atlene, 213; Eloquence, woris of fire. 222; EinMo her's Kinsiness, 207, A Mo hery Love, 2:19; med Betro hed, 70; Emme's Vindication in fuil Americ:1 (poe ry), 277; Ainerica (pro e), 29); Amer 3 #i; Eulogimi on Kosciusko, 233; Eulogium on ican Flag, 288; Anthony's Oris 10n over Cæsar. 252; the South, 251; Eulogium on the Nor:h. 254; EuAaron Burr an! Blenrerha 6***, 263: A Tile of ropean Freedom. V. NB; Evening Bells, 27; Fre's Won ler, 226; A Ruiny Day, 23); Aspirations of Love for Adum, 201; Eve's Lament on leaving Par. Youth, 26; Atheist and Acorn, 25); Austrian alise, 131; Exile of Erin, 273; Expressire Silence! Siançlers and Hungarian Bravery, 315; Autumn mo-ellis praise, 183; Exhoration to be courageous, Evening. 75.
208 B-Balance of happiness equal, 233; Baron's F-Falls of Niagara, 167; Famine in Ireland), 376; Last Brahe, 299; Basque Cuir!, 313: Battle Field, Fancied Infalibii y, 238; Fata: Remembrance, 229; 291; Be ernest! Iart'B Apoxie, 13J; Beauty, Fear of Derh. 18; kepule Charde er. 23.); Perer Wi, aul Cold, 142; Belu iful Ciond. 131 ; Betu- Dream, 215; Fire-Side, 235; Flight of Tine, 232; ties of Na-ure, 312; Beneins of Agricul'ure, 289; Fliga of Xerxes, 211; Flowers and Precipire, 314; Besar's Petition, 276; Beware the first approach Fortune Teller, 282; Footsteps of Angels, 278; of Crime, 89; Beware of Av.crice, 20; Best of Four h of July, 373; Freedom's Song 2014; Free Wives, 311; Bitter Want, 212; Book of Ra ure, dom's Vo aries, 23+; Frenchman and his flos. 231. 203; Bui of Moral Beauty, 231; Bruus'Ilarangue, G-Gambling, 163; Gabler's Wife, 207 : Gen261; Burial of Sir John Monre', 242.
tlenea, 117; Genius, 209, Genuine Ta e. 237; C-l'apabili'ies of llungary and her simpathi. Ginevri, 272; Giving a laugh'er in Marriage, 210; zer. 316; Cassius agains' (rsr, 24%; Carelessness Give thy thousats no longae, 151; Goi in Nuure, of Wrongs, 225; Cao's senare. 270 ; Catos Solilo- 211; Gol's fucks praise him, 45; Golden Medium, quy. 310: Changing, forever Canging, 13; Chugog '213; Gool in al Providences, 77; Goodness of God. of Mind, 231; Changing and incluugion, 21; 2) 1; Gonesso: Providence, 87; Good Nizh, 282; Charnis of Youth, 202; Charity (Paul), 2001; Goo Jierchan. 31; Grive of the Renowned, 310; Chararier of Woman, 213; Character of Cuisiu Greek Li erture, 37; Gros-God's Firs! Tem.
221; Charucter of li t, 297; Charde er of Bona- ples, 23; Grief deploring loza of lappidem*, 181. parte, 802; Character of a goo I Parson, 315; Chase **- lil! Memory, Ill! 231; Ilionibal to his (the), 291; Cheerfulness iu sie irement. 1,2; Ches'. Solliers, 247; luule's la iruntions on Delivery, nut Torse249 : Childe Haroile, 262; Chris stilling 157; II ppi the School Boy, 27; llarrest Moon, the Tempest, 34); Cicero's Ora ion, Verres, 3); 112; Ily thou drean't, 155 Thatred rurainy, 179, Comfort in Affic jon, 12; Commerce, Art, and lleir - frien I, 2340; Heavenly Love, 137; 1lichest Religion, 375; Comfort in D inz. 210 ; Concealed Occupi ion of Genius, 23; loves! Farne, or uone, Love. 283; Confi lence not to be placed in Man, 13); 15; Tlome, how that blessed Wor! 15t; Thonesty, Constapey of Woman, 295; Converse with God, lit; Hlohenbinden, 29); Ilome, 313; Hope, 157; 207: Coru Grove, 26); Coquery Punished, 263; Hope for All, 178; ID sleep the Brave, 1.5%Hote Curiosity, 131; Curran's Daug i*er, 7o; ('ure for spur's Apogi, 157; Iloir to live, 151; JLow beauHard Times, 285
titul the Torld, 197; 110x beau'iful in Nigri. 205 ; -- Daguer Srere, 193: Daily Self-Exunination, 'How Scholars are male, 370; luman life. 39; Han86; Darkness, 27; Dark of Trial to Ail, 14 : Dit gary aud bersympa hizerx. Slo; llungary's great vid's Talent over Absalom, 26 ;; Dea'h of a Heart Struggler, 30; Hunters of Golu, 87; Ilypocrites Friend, 79; Drah and sili, 1); Deser ed Wito, in Reizion, 71; Hyporrite, 273. 894 ; Despair of Mercy, 212; Dew-drop in Spring, 1 --Tulenes, 310, Imagine jon, 221; I met a 21; Destruction of Lenacherib's Army, 240; Dis | Fool in the Forest, 192; Importality of the Soul,
CONTENTS OF READINGS AND RECITATIONS.
231: Immortal Mind. 257; Improvement of Mind, Right of England to tax America, 373; Right of Bhout Display, 243; Industry and Eloquence. Free Discussion, 236; Rise with the Lark, 227; 3.1; Indian Names, 243; Infant Sleeping in a Rolla's Address to the Peruvians, 153. Garden, 239 ; Intluence of Gold 280 ; Influeuce of $-Sacrifices to Liberty, 229; Saintly Chastity, the Wife and Good, 309, Invocation to Mirth, 174. 235; Sailor Boy's Dream, 262; Satan's Decisire
15--Joy expected, 173; Juilgment on Adam, 179; Speech, 190 ; Satan's Farewell to Ileaven, 182; saJudging according to strict Law, 215.
tan's Speech to his legions, 160 ; School Friendships K-knapp : Trial, 251.
often Illusive, 91 ; Serpents of the Still, 253 ; Ser. 1-Languishing Love, 176; Land of Rest, 278; | pents in Social Life, 149; Sempronius' Speech, 273; Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers, 311; Last linger- Shakspeare, 289; Shakspeare's Apothecary, 69; ing Look, 290; Last Account 'twixt Ileaven and Shylock's Revenge, 181; She walks in Beauty, 23; Firth, 184; Liberty and Union, 255; Life of a ship sailing, 241; sin and death, 101 ; Slaner. 2:34 Drunkard, 253; Life is Real, 395; Lily of the Vale, Slander, 260 ; Something beyond this World, 31; 73; Lochinvar, 297; Lo! the poor Indian, 167; Sonnet-Enfranchised Bird, 218; Soul forms the Lorl Ullin's Daughter, 290; Loril Thurlow's Speech, Body, 290 ; Soul's Defiance, 296; Soul's glimpsesi 200 : Love described, 176; Lost Bride, 272; Lors of Immortality, 377; Speech of Belial, dissuading National Character, 282; Loring is Living. 289; War, 275; Spectacles, 317; Speech of Catalina be Lore of Praine in every lleart, 145: Love's Sacrifice, fore the Roman Senate, 293 ; Specimen of Indian 313; Lucius Speech. 276; Lucy, 397.
Language, 292; Spirits of the Departed, 137; Spirit M5 - Madness, 213; Maid of Mallahide, 267; 1 of lluman Liberty, 377; S:ar of Bethlebean, ; Majesty of the Law, 293 ; Man is dear to Man, 70; Stream of Life. 296; Sublimity of Mountain seinert. Man nialo to face the Storm, 152; Maniac, 270, 230; Submission to leaveo, 201; Sunset Cloud, Marco Bozzarris, 257; Maria DtTorquenioda, 314; 83; Surprise at unexpected Events, 223 ; Supposed Marseilles lymn of Liberty. 292; Maternal Affec- Speech of John Adams, on adopting the Declaration, 313; Meek-eyel Morn appears, 170; Merchant lion, 245; Suru Rewards for Virtue, 35. and Scholar, 37l; Merchant and Shipmasters, 378; T-Talent always Ascendant, 269 ; Temperance Midnight's holy llour, 45: Military Despotism and in Food and Driuk, 39; The Alps, 270; Tue BeaInsubordination, 251; Milton, 119; Ministering con (James), 89; The Butterily, 117; The Bible Spirits, 47; Ministry of Angels, 17l; Mirth and worthy of all Accepłation, 12%; The Day of Life, Melancholv, 174; Blisspent Time. 217; Modulation, 81; There's beauty in the Deep, 164; The Epitaph, 284: Modern Republics, 271; Voloch's Oration for 129; The Devil's Soliloquy, 190; The Druokaru, War, 303; Moral Truth intelligible to All, 244 ; 113; The Fisherman. 115 ; The Freeman (Cowper), Moonlight and a Ba'tle Field, 255; Mortal Coldness 301 ; The llermit, 249; Thanatopsis (Bryant), 257; of the soul, 179; Moral effects of Intemperance, The Murderer (Webster), 251; The Invalid abroad, 240 ; Mother's Injunction. 82; Mocher perishing in 252; The Quiet lour of Feeling, 90 ; The Plow, the Snow Storn, 11); Music the Food of Love, 379; The Rainbow of Omnipotence, 175 ; The Re187; Vusic! thou rest of Life, 173; Muse of Inspi- jected, 394 ; The Rose had been washed, 72; The ration. 235; My Birth Day, il; My Mother's Voice, Whiskers, 243; They know not my lear, 176; 121) ; My Country, 230; My Neive Land, 151. Three black Crows, 259; Tiine flies, 259; Time
V-Vature always True, 200; Nature and Gar. New Year. 279; Time's softening Power, 291; Tranrick, 224; Nature of Eloquence, 285; Nature's ) quility, 190; Tit for Tas, 203; This World's not a Wants are few, 281; Nature's Universal Joy, 127; l fleeting Show, 85; "Tis Milnight deep, 227; ThunNature's Visible Works, 114; Na'ional Glory, 241 ; der Storin on the Alps, 803 ; To Mary in bleaven, National Union, 250; Natural History of Love, 274 ; | 302; To-day and To-morrow, 301; Tranquil Medio Needile, 272; New England and the Union, 377; tations, 89; Tribu'e to Washington, 283 ; Tribu'e Vight Scene in Turkey, 249; Nobility of Labor, to William Penn, 312; True Elocution, 244 ; True 261 ; No Excellence without Labor, 3.5 ; Nose and and False Liberty, 168 ; True Love, 159; True Phi. the Man, 265.
losophy, 168 ; True happiness has no locali'ies. 172; 0-Ode on the Passions, 249; Old Age honora- True Friendship, 260 ; True Pleasure detined, 255; ble, 2:28; Old Ilnt, 296; Old Oaken Bucket, 256; Twilight Dews, 193 ; Turkey, England, and United O Sucreu Solitude, 181; One good Turn deserves States, 300. another, 375; One fatal Remembrance, 229; Orator U-Universal Emancipation (Gratton), 271. Puil, 315; Ossian's Autress to the Moon, 241; Os V-Vanity, 308; Victim Bride and Mixer (lharriBian's Address to the Sun, 214 ; Othello's Apology, son), 291; Village Blacksmith (Lougfellow), 29); 292 ; Our Country, 240; Our thoughts are Bound Virtue the best Treasure, 22; Virtue the vuar lian lex, 233; Our Toils and their Reward, 238 ; Our of Youth, 214 ; Virtuous Friendship, 235; Voice of Exi. 287.
Infant Freedom (weep not), 78; Voice of Naurs, P-Parrhasius and the Captive, 274 ; Pardoning 205: Vulture and Captive Infant, 247. & cruel Persecution, 217: Patrio‘ic Triumph, 263; W-Warren's Avire (parapirared), at the Ba:Partings and Meetings, 299 ; Parts of the Whole, tle of Bunker lill, 57; Washing on a man of Gruiun, 233; Patrick llenry's Speech, 277; Patriots of the 376; Water for me, 371; Waterloo--the Ball and Revolution, 65; Passing away of the Indiang, 114; Battle, 264, Way to be lappy, 278; What Coun. Passion's Language, 183; Passage of the Red Sea, merce has done, 378; Whilt Eloyuence in, 10; 285; Patriots have toiled, 133 ; Peace and War con What's Fame, 262; What the wie Man doen, 23; tras:ed, 257; Pelayo, 186; Perry's Victory, 260; Wife, Children, and Friends (Spencer), 279;' Wil Perfect Orator, 279 ; Pilgrims and their Destiny, derness of Mind, 258 ; Wirt's Introduciory, 150, 312; l'hysical Education, 281; Playing the Fool, 192; Wisdom's llarp, 132; Wire Men's Courze. 223; Wuka Pleasures of 'iety, 217 ; l'ltyer's Profession, 222; sey's Soliloquy on Ambition, 312; Woman's Prayer, Play -- Place of Early Days, 276; Pompeii, 275 ; Po- | 297; Work enough for All, 330; Works of the sian. litical Corruption, 310; Power of Eloquence, 280 ; derer, 311; Worlu to Come, 20); World at a vis Power of Imagination, 166 ; Press On (prose), 246; tance, 53 ; Worship, 158; Worship! God is pass Press On (poetry), 279 ; Presence of God, 182; Pri- ing by, 102; Worship and Rejoice, 183. mai Dities, 160 ; Progress of Life, 110; Progress of Y-Yon Cloud is Bright, 96, Youth and Age, 289. Liberty, 255; Progress of Governinent, 290; Public Fai:h, 319.
DIALOGUES. Q-Quality of Merey, 177; Qualities surpassing Anclent and Modern Virtue, Scy, City Fitting (¥. F.D.), 306) Loveliness, 233; Queen Vab, 287;
Det (FD),567; Debat'agclub PF, 944: L'id Aestirar,
11, 20; Fing! Pravitit 1,300. EXte, si tot dros, R-kaptures, 175; Razor Seller, 271; Recita
(FED), 35 milir; or, Yauke Na la Dimarts tinn, 282; Recitations instead of Theaters, 264; aureo? Lipiature, 37.; Juttunirmir(KI219. Mas is best as he
(FF), 200l'eantry it FD), 9; terra (BY D1, 20; thre Reproaching for want of Courage, 183; Resolve, be
Boogy, udium iou (F PD, built intoe (ED) 3; Quarter Men, 150; Respect to Old Age, 282; Resurrection Day FID),6; Monti namie (F PD) 344; Sujatin value of of the Lord, 294 ; Revolutions in Nature, 23%;
pid Acermineta 169; Imple Dia, se indivdua! rope Radio and Porr Han, 263; Richard the Third, 334 il lago su nosi, (v YD;,34; William Tell, s7i.
1111) 317, Tortin (FFI), 26.; Vanity pubishird (FED) SCI; Vi