The complete works of Ralph Waldo Emerson: Miscellanies [Vol. 11]
Emerson, Ralph Waldo, 1803-1882., Emerson, Edward Waldo, 1844-1930.
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CONTENTS

  • I. THE LORD'S SUPPER 1
  • II. HISTORICAL DISCOURSE AT CONCORD 27
  • III. LETTER TO PRESIDENT VAN BUREN 87
  • IV. EMANCIPATION IN THE BRITISH WEST INDIES 97
  • V. WAR 149
  • VI. THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW—ADDRESS AT CONCORD 177
  • VII. THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW—LECTURE AT NEW YORK 215
  • VIII. THE ASSAULT UPON MR. SUMNER 245
  • IX. SPEECH ON AFFAIRS IN KANSAS 253
  • X. JOHN BROWN—SPEECH AT BOSTON 265
  • XI. JOHN BROWN—SPEECH AT SALEM 275
  • XII. THEODORE PARKER 283
  • XIII. AMERICAN CIVILIZATION 295
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  • XIV. THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION 313
  • XV. ABRAHAM LINCOLN 327
  • XVI. HARVARD COMMEMORATION SPEECH 339
  • XVII. DEDICATION OF THE SOLDIERS' MONUMENT IN CONCORD 347
  • XVIII. EDITORS' ADDRESS 381
  • XIX. ADDRESS TO KOSSUTH 395
  • XX. WOMAN 403
  • XXI. CONSECRATION OF SLEEPY HOLLOW CEMETERY 427
  • XXII. ROBERT BURNS 437
  • XXIII. SHAKSPEARE 445
  • XXIV. HUMBOLDT 455
  • XXV. WALTER SCOTT 461
  • XXVI. SPEECH AT BANQUET IN HONOR OF CHINESE EMBASSY 469
  • XXVII. REMARKS AT ORGANIZATION OF FREE RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION 475
  • XXVIII. SPEECH AT SECOND ANNUAL MEETING OF FREE RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION 483
  • Page  xi XXIX. ADDRESS AT OPENING OF CONCORD FREE PUBLIC LIBRARY — 493
  • XXX. THE FORTUNE OF THE REPUBLIC 509
  • NOTES 545
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