The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, vol. 11 (Miscellanies)
Vol. 11 of the 12 volume Fireside edition of the works of Emerson.
The Works of Ralph Waldo Emerson, in 12 vols. Fireside Edition (Boston and New York, 1909).
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Table of Contents
- THE LORD'S SUPPER. sermon delivered before the second church in boston september 9, 1832
- THE LORD'S SUPPER.
- HISTORICAL DISCOURSE, at concord, on the second centennial anniversary of the incorporation of the town, september 12, 1835.
- HISTORICAL DISCOURSE.
- note a.—see p. 67.
- note b.—see p. 80.
- ADDRESS at the dedication of the soldiers' monument in concord april 19th, 1867.
- ADDRESS delivered in concord on the anniversary of the emancipation of the negroes in the british west indies, august 1, 1844.
- ADDRESS on emancipation in the british west indies.
- THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW. lecture read in the tabernacle, new york city, march 7, 1854.
- THE FUGITIVE SLAVE LAW.
- THE ASSAULT UPON MR. SUMNER. speech at a meeting of the citizens in the town hall, in concord, may 26, 1856.
- THE ASSAULT UPON MR. SUMNER.
- SPEECH at the kansas relief meeting in cambridge, wednesday. evening, september 10, 1856.
- SPEECH ON AFFAIRS IN KANSAS.
- REMARKS at a meeting for the relief of the family of john brown, at tremont temple, boston, november 18, 1859.
- JOHN BROWN: SPEECH AT BOSTON.
- JOHN BROWN. speech at salem, january 6,
- JOHN BROWN.
- THEODORE PARKER. an address at the memorial meeting at the music hall, boston, june 15, 1860.
- THEODORE PARKER.
- AMERICAN CIVILIZATION.
- AMERICAN CIVILIZATION.1
- THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION. an address delivered in boston in september, 1862.
- THE EMANCIPATION PROCLAMATION.
- ABRAHAM LINCOLN. bemarks at the funeral services held in concord, april 19, 1886.
- ABRAHAM LINCOLN.
- HARVARD COMMEMORATION SPEECH. july 21, 1865.
- HARVARD COMMEMORATION SPEECH. July 21, 1865.
- EDITORS' ADDRESS. massachusetts quarterly review, december, 184[Editor: illegible number]
- EDITORS' ADDRESS.
- WOMAN. a lecture read before the woman's bights convention boston, september 20, 1855.
- ADDRESS TO KOSSUTH. at concord, may 11, 1852.
- ADDRESS TO KOSSUTH.
- ROBERT BURNS. speech at the celebration of the burns centenary, boston, january 25, 1869.
- ROBERT BURNS.
- WALTER SCOTT. remarks at the celebration by the massachusetts historical society of the centennial anniversary of his birth, boston, august 15, 1871.
- WALTER SCOTT.
- REMARKS at the meeting for organizing the free religious association, boston, may 30, 1867.
- REMARKS AT THE MEETING FOR ORGANIZING THE FREE RELIGIOUS ASSOCIATION.
- SPEECH at the second annual meeting of the free religious association, at tremont temple, friday, may 28, 1869.
- THE FORTUNE OF THE REPUBLIC. lecture delivered at the old south church, boston, march 30, 1878.
- THE FORTUNE OF THE REPUBLIC.