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A few of the "hows" of school-keeping : a lecture delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at their fourteenth anniversary, at Pittsfield, Ms.
Election of judges : remarks of Thomas K. Finletter, Esq.,
Speech against the reduction of the salaries of the teachers in the public schools : delivered before the Board of Commissioners.
An address, delivered before the musical convention, at Newburyport, under the direction of Professor L. Mason, June 18th and 19th, 1851
An address delivered before the Rhode-Island Historical Society, on the evening of February nineteenth, 1851
Speeches of Mr. Webster at Capon Springs, Virginia
Oration delivered by Samuel L. Gouverneur, Esq. on the 26th. November, 1830, at Washington Square, before the citizens of New-York
The casting down of thrones : a discourse on the present state of Europe, delivered in the First Presbyterian Church, Philadelphia, May 14, 1848 by Albert Barnes ; [One line from Daniel].
 An address delivered before the young men of Boston, associated for moral and intellectual improvement on the fiftyseventh anniversary of American independence
An oration delivered before the citizens of Plymouth, July 4, 1828.
An oration delivered in Newburyport, on the fifty-seventh anniversary of American independence.
Speech of Hon. Amasa J. Parker, Democratic candidate for governor
Address delivered at the fifth anniversary of the Massachusetts Peace Society, December 25th, 1820
Introductory discourse delivered before the American Institute of Instruction, at their fifth anniversary meeting, in Boston, August 1834
American nationality : an address delivered before the Irving Society of the College of St. James, Md., June 11th, 1856
Democratic state policy : speech of Gov. A.P. Willard, at New Albany, June 16, 1860, on state affairs.
An oration, delivered in Newburyport : on the forty-fifth anniversary of American independence, July 4, 1821.
Address to the citizens of Pittsburgh, July 9, 1833
An address to the Legislature of Indiana, at the commencement of its session, December 6th, 1847. Upon popular education by one of the people.
Remarks of general Lewis Cass, on the late French Revolution delivered at a public meeting held in Odd-Fellows Hall, in the City of Washington, March 28, 1848.

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