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Classified models of speech composition : ninety-five complete speeches

Author: James M O'Neill
Publisher: New York : Century Co., 1921.
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Genre/Form: Speeches
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Classified models of speech composition.
New York : Century Co., 1921
(OCoLC)568635188
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: James M O'Neill
OCLC Number: 1179937
Description: 2 leaves, vii-xviii, 849 pages ; 23 cm
Contents: Part one: Forensic. I. Court room speeches. Knapp-White murder case / Daniel Webster / Defense of Lord Gordon / Thomas Erskine --
The right to trial by jury / Jeremiah S. Black --
Instruction to jury / Benjamin R. Curtis --
The case of Allan Evans / Lord Mansfield --
Protest against sentence as a traitor / Robert Emmet. Part two: Deliberative. II. Speeches in legislative bodies. Conciliation with America / Edmund Burke --
The attempt to subjugate America / William Pitt (Lord Chatham) --
Against English imperialism / Henry Grattan --
Reply to Hayne / Daniel Webster --
General amnesty / Carl Schurz --
Copyright / Thomas Babington Macaulay --
Invisible government / Elihu Root --
The glories of Duluth / James Proctor Knott --
Liberty or death / Patrick Henry --
Invective against Corry / Henry Grattan. III. Campaign speeches. The repeal of the Union / Daniel O'Connell --
The Cooper Institute address / Abraham Lincoln --
Home rule / John Morley --
Opening of the 1916 Republican campaign / Albert J. Beveridge --
Keynote 1920 Democratic Convention / Homer S. Cummings. Part three: Demonstrative. IV. Eulogies. Eulogy on Garfield / James G. Blaine --
Eulogy on McKinley / John Hay --
Eulogy on Daniel O'Connell / Wendell Phillips --
At his brother's grave / Robert G. Ingersol --
The memory of Burns / Ralph Waldo Emerson. V. Nominating speeches. James G. Blaine / Robert G. Ingersoll --
U.S. Grant / Roscoe Conkling. VI. Inaugurals. First inaugural / Abraham Lincoln --
Second inaugural / Abraham Lincoln --
Inaugural / Theodore Roosevelt --
First inaugural / Woodrow Wilson. VII. Dedication. Bunker Hill Monument / Daniel Webster --
The Gettysburg address / Abraham Lincoln --
The progress of the American Negro / Booker T. Washington --
Opportunity / John Lancaster Spalding --
The man with the muckrake / Theodore Roosevelt --
Abraham Lincoln / Woodrow Wilson. VIII. Anniversary speeches. The lamps of fiction / Goldwin Smith --
The college a training school for public service / Wendell Phillips Stafford --
The meaning of the Declaration of Independence / Woodrow Wilson --
Speech to Grand Army posts / John D. Long --
The army of democracy --
John G. Coyle. IX. After-dinner speeches. Liberty under the law / George William Curtis --
The new South / Henry W. Grady --
The race problem / Henry W. Grady --
America's mission / William Jennings Bryan --
The British Commonwealth of Nations / Jan Christian Smith --
The American college / Woodrow Wilson --
The president / William Howard Taft --
Speech at a bar dinner / Oliver W. Holmes, Jr. --
The Puritan and the cavalier / Henry Watterson --
Sons and guests of Harvard / Joseph H. Choate --
Ireland / Chauncey M. Depew --
The typical Dutchman / Henry Van Dyke --
A "littery" episode / Samuel L. Clemens --
Smashed crockery / St. Clair McKelway --
Woman / Horace Porter --
The young lawyer / F. Charles Hume. X. Speeches of introduction. Louis Kossuth / William Cullen Bryant --
Henry Cabot Lodge and A. Lawrence Lowell / Calvin Coolidge --
Charles Kingsley / Samuel L. Clemens --
Henry Watterson / Elihu Root --
Frederick S. Jones / Frank S. Streeter --
Woodrow Wilson / Shailer Matthews. XI. Speeches of welcome. The brotherhood of Yale / Arthur T. Hadley --
Welcome to the alumni / Oliver W. Holmes --
Welcome to Prince Henry of Prussia / Charles W. Eliot --
Welcome to "The Wheelock Succession" / William Jewett Tucker. XII. Speeches of farewell. Farewell to England / Edward John Phelps --
Farewell to the medical profession of America / William Osler --
Farewell to the class of 1920 / Edwin A. Alderman --
Farewell to Springfield / Abraham Lincoln. XIII. Speeches of response. Response to welcome / Louis Kossuth --
Tribute to Washington Irving / Charles Dickens --
"The return of the native" / James Russell Lowell. XIV. Speeches of presentation. Return of the flags / Lew Wallace --
Return of the flags / Darius Nash Couch --
The pilgrim statue / Stewart L. Woodford --
The Cheney-Ives Gateway / Henry Johnson Fisher. XV. Speeches of acceptance. Accepting the battle flags / John Albion Andrew --
The Cheney-Ives Gateway / Arthur T. Hadley --
Accepting a chair / William E. Gladstone --
Accepting portfolio / William Cullen Bryant. Part four: Pulpit. XVI. Sermons. The church and the age / John Ireland --
Salt / Henry Van Dyke --
The perfect manhood / Henry Ward Beecher --
"Is it I?" / Philips Brooks --
The things that are Cæsar's / James J. Dean --
A man's soul and his world / William Jewett Tucker. Part five: Lecture. XVII. Lectures. The fundamental error of English colonial aggrandizement / William E. Gladstone --
The scholar in a republic / Wendell Phillips --
The leadership of educated men / George William Curtis --
Big blunders / Thomas Dewitt Talmadge --
The training of intellect / Woodrow Wilson.
Responsibility: compiled by James Milton O'Neill.

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