The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet: Combining 100 Choice Selections, Nos. 1 - Embracing New and Standard Productions of Oratory, Sentiment, Eloquence, Pathos, Wit and Humor, Volumen4

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Little Hero The xiii
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Our Own Margaret E Sangster xiii
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Asking the Govner
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Saw J Milton Akers xiii
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Church Spider The xiii
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Womans Question A Elizabeth Barrett Browning xiii
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OIJ Deacons Lament The E T Corbett xiii
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Old Soldiers Story The E A Duncan xiii
109
Word for each Month A Clark Jillson xiii
118
Our Ships at Sea George W Bungay xiii
120
WineCup The xiii
135
Country Dance The Joe Joy Jr xiii
139
Proverbeel Feelossify Agrikler xiii 23
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Wet and Dry Clark Jillson xiii
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Teinperance Pearls from many Authors
146
Appeal for Prohibition
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Pied Piper of Hamelin The Robert Browning xiii
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Flood of Years The W C Bryant xiii
154
Cuddle Doon Alerander Anderson xiii
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Brother Andersons Sermon
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Catastrophe A Peleg Arkuright xv
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Kent xiii
177
Flower of Liberty The 0 W Holmes xiv 7
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Love on the HalfShell Peleg Arkwright xiv 24
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Popping the Question xiy 28
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Who is to Blame? xiv 35
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How Tom Sawyer got his Fence Whitewashed S L Clemens xv
36
Blind Preacher
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Lost Church The Pobert Tilney xiv 41
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Philosophers Scales The Jane Taylor xlv 53
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Death makes all Men Brothers Louise S Upham xiii 14
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Too Late for the Train
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Difficulty of Rhyming The xiii 121
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Why Biddy and Pat Married R H Stoddard xiv 80
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Little Pat and the Parson xiv 83
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Penny ye Meant to Gie The xiv 85
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First Party The Josephine Pollard xiv 89
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Last Hymn The Marianne Farningham xiv 90
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WaterMill The D C McCallum xiv 98
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Tramp Tramp Trampy
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Ike after the Opera
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Return of the Ilillside Legion Ethel Lynn xiv 29
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Death of the Old Squire The xiv 103
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Rift of the Rock The Annie Herbert xiv 123
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Respect the Burden Miss Mulock xiv 131
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Wail of a Disappointed Candidate xiy 133
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Losses Frances Broune xiv 135
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Destruction of Sennacherib The Byron xiv 137
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What the Temperance Cause has Done for John and
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Two BootBlacks
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Dying Christian The Alerander Pope xiv 151
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Whistling in Heaven xiv 154
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Taking up Carpets
161
Romance of a Carpet xiv 167
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Surgeons Tale The Barry Cornwall xiii 22
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Who are the Free John C Prince xv 7
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Diamond Wedding The XV 16
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SailorBoys Dream William Dimond xv 74
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Whom wilt Thou Live For ? XV 76
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Law James Beallie XV 84
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She always made Home Happy XV 87
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CoronationPageant of Anne Boleyn The J A Froude xv
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Letting the old Cat Die Mary Mapes Dodge xv 94
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Shun the Bowl Eliza H Barker xv 95
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Godiva Alfred Tennyson xiii 56
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Noozell and the OrganGrinder
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Dying Actor The Edgar Faucett xv 111
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Little Rockets Christmas Vandyke Brown XV 113
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When shall we Three meet Again? XV 116
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How Persimmons Took Cah ob Der Baby xiii 11
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Landlord of The Blue Hen The Phæbe Cary XV 126
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How the Cats Went to Boarding School XV 137
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Hero and Leander Leigh Hunh xv 143
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What is a Minority
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House Not Made With Hands A Earl Murble XV 155
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Henry Armitt Broun xvi
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Caught in the Quicksand
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Less than Cost M A Kidder xv 169
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Caught in the Maelstrom
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Sentence of Death on the High Seas Arthur Matthison xvi 43
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Story of Deacon Brown The xvi 49
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Hidden Brightness xvi 63
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Street Musicians The George L Catlin xvi 66
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Champion Snorer
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Precepts Thomas Randolph xvi 71
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Prayer Alfred Tennyson xvi 80
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Catalogue of Dickens Works
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Last Banquet The Edward Renaud xvi 51
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Dukite Snake The J Boyle O Reilly xvi 28
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Lesson from The Fruit of the Spirit A P Garrell xvi 91
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Path of Peace The Isaac F Shepard xvi 92
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Short Temperance Speech A xvi 95
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Demon Ship The Lloyd Mifflin xvi 96
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When the Cows come Home xvi 99
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Perils of Invisibility The W S Gilbert xvi 100
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Question A xiii 109
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In the Garret are our Boys xvi 110
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Ideal and the Real The I Edgar Jones xvi 116
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Daily Dying xvi 117
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Last Wish The B W Kirkham xvi 122
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Charity Dinner
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Lost Watch The Juvenal xvi 178
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Spelling Bee at Angels The Bret Harte xvi 133
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Warden Keep a place for Me Peleg Arkwright xvi 136
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Tom Constance Fenimore Woolson xiii 8
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John and Tibbie Davisons Dispute Robert Leighton xiv 153
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Questions Henry 8 Kent xvi 154
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Eagle The Alfred Tennysm xiv 166
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Daddys
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Putting down the Window
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J G Holland xiv
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Execution of Madame Roland

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