Book of Recitations and Dialogues: With Instructions in Elocution and Declamation; Containing a Choice Selection of Poetical and Prose Recitations ...
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INSTRUCTION IN ELOCUTION AND DECLAMATION
Dedication of Gettysburg Cemetery
The Drummer Boys Burial
Scott and the Veteran
The Professor Puzzled
The Two Roads
Address to a Skeleton
Unjust National Acquisition Thomas Oorwin
Home James Montgomery
The American Flag Joseph Rodman Drake
The Vagabonds J T Trowbridge
Blanche of Devans Last Words Sir Walter Scott
Religious Character of President Lincoln Rev P D Gurley
The Loyal Legion Chas G Halpine
Catalines Defiance Croly
The Sea Captains Story
Burial of Little Nell
The Poor Man and the Fiend
Death of Gandentis
Past Meridian George Meredith
Soliloquy of the Dying Alchemist N P Willis
The Flag of Washington F W Gillett
The Forging of the Anchor Samuel Fergusson
No Work the Hardest Work 0 F Orne
A Colloquy with Myself Bernard Barton
On Procrastination Young