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3941124 HARVARD COLLEGE LIBRARY
MARY E. HAVEN
Entered according to Act of Congress, in the year 1870, by
in the Clerk's Office of the District Court for the District of Massachusetts.
UNIVERSITY PRESS: WELCH, BIGELOW, & Co.,
Believe me still, as I have ever been,
The steadfast lover of my fellow-men;
My weakness, love of holy liberty;
In this collection the arrangement is strictly chronological. Every article will be found according to its date, without reference to the subject or occasion, thus showing the succession of efforts as they occurred.
CONTENTS OF VOLUME I.
THE TRUE GRANDEUR OF NATIONS. An Oration before the Au-
TRIBUTE OF FRIENDSHIP: THE LATE JOSEPH STORY. Article from
THE WRONG OF SLAVERY. Speech at a Public Meeting in Faneuil
Hall, Boston, against the Admission of Texas as a Slave State,
EQUAL RIGHTS IN THE LECTURE-ROOM. Letter to the Committee
THE EMPLOYMENT OF TIME. Lecture before the Boston Lyceum,
delivered in the Federal Street Theatre, February 18, 1846.
BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH OF THE LATE JOHN PICKERING. Article
THE SCHOLAR, THE JURIST, THE ARTIST, THE PHILANTHROPIST.
An Oration before the Phi Beta Kappa Society of Harvard Uni-
ANTISLAVERY DUTIES OF THE WHIG PARTY. Speech at the Whig
State Convention of Massachusetts, in Faneuil Hall, Boston, Sep-
tember 23, 1846
WRONGFUL DECLARATION OF WAR AGAINST MEXICO. Letter to
Hon. Robert C. Winthrop, Representative in Congress from Bos-
INVALIDITY OF ENLISTMENTS IN THE MASSACHUSETTS REGIMENT
OF VOLUNTEERS FOR THE MEXICAN WAR. Argument before
WITHDRAWAL OF AMERICAN TROOPS FROM MEXICO. Speech at a
WHITE SLAVERY IN THE BARBARY STATES. A Lecture before the
RIVAL SYSTEMS OF PRISON DISCIPLINE. Speech before the Boston
Prison Discipline Society, at the Tremont Temple, June 18, 1847. 486
THE LATE JOSEPH LEWIS STACKPOLE, ESQ. Article in the Boston