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McIlwaine, Richard, 1834-1913.
Addresses and papers bearing chiefly on education.
Richmond, Va. : Whittet & Shepperson, printers, c1908
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|Contents:||Inaugural address (Hampden-Sidney [sic], Virginia, June 13, 1883) --
The relation and services of Hampden-Sidney [sic] College to the Presbyterian Church and to the cause of education and religion (Second Presbyterian Church, Richmond, Virginia, February 5, 1888) --
Hampden-Sidney [sic] College as an educational force, from the war of the Revolution, to the war between the states (Memorial Chapel, Hampden-Sidney [sic], April 20, 1903) --
Does college education pay? (issued and circulated about 1896 or 1897) --
Lewis Littlepage Holladay (Hampden-Sidney [sic] Magazine, April, 1892) --
Some essentials in the improvement of our public schools (Opera House, Farmville, Virginia, September 16, 1902) --
Local taxation for public schools under the present state constitution (Cooperative Education Commission, University of Virginia, July, 1904) --
The relation of the citizen to the public schools (Hampton, Virginia, December 7, 1904, under the auspices of the Co-operative Education Commission) --
The family and the school (Second Presbyterian Church, Richmond, January 6, 1905) --
Matthew Fontaine Maury (The public school teachers and older pupils, Manchester, Virginia, April 14, 1905) --
President William McKinley (Memorial service of the Constitutional Convention of Virginia, September 19, 1901) --
Suffrage (Democratic Conference of the Constitutional Convention, January 6, 1902).