Miscellanies, by Ralph Waldo Emerson.

Boston, New York, Houghton, Mifflin and company, 1884.

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Description viii p., 1 ?., [9]-354 p. 20 cm.
Notes Title vignette.
The greater part of the pieces contained in this volume are here published for the first time. cf. Pref. note.
Contents --The Lord's supper.--Historical discourse in Concord.--Address at the dedication of the Soldiers' monument in Concord.--Address on emancipation in the British West Indies.--War.--The fugitive slave law.--The assault upon Mr. Sumner.--Speech on affairs in Kansas.--Remarks at a meeting for the relief of John Brown's family.--John Brown: speech at Salem.--Theodore Parker: address at the memorial meeting in Boston.--American civilization.--The emancipation proclamation.--Abraham Lincoln.--Harvard commemoration speech.--Editors' address: Massachusetts quarterly review.--Woman.--Address to Kossuth.--Robert Burns.--Walter Scott.--Remarks at the organization of the Free religious association.--Speech at the annual meeting of the Free religious association.--The fortune of the Republic.
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