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Image of E 410.6 S93 Vol. V - The Barbarism of Slavery, Speech, June 4, 1860.
Includes Appendix of threats made to Charles Sumner after this speech.

A Victory of Principle in the Presidential Election, Letter, June 11, 1860.

Refusal to Colored Persons of Right of Petition, Notes of Undelivered Speech, June 15, 1860.

The Late Honorable John Schwartz of Pennsylvania, Speech, June 21, 1860.

Unhesitating Assertion of our Principles, Letter, June 27, 1860.

The Republican Party: Its Origin, Necessity, and Permanence, Speech, July 11, 1860.

Our Candidates will Be Elected, Letter, July 30, 1860.

Emancipation in the British West Indies, A Blessing and Not a Failure, Letter, July 30, 1860.

Slavery a Barbarous Disease To be Stayed, Letter, August 6, 1860.

Tribute to a College Classmate, August 20, 1860.

Presidential Candidates and the Issues, Speech, August 29, 1860.

The Unconstitutionality of Slavery Shown from Its Barbarism, Letter, September 9, 1860.

The Fugitive Slave Act Must Be a Dead Letter, Letter, September 9, 1860.

Example of Massachusetts Against Slavery, Speech, September 18, 1860.

Contributions of Schools For Statue of Horace Mann, Letter, September 19, 1860.

Reminiscence of the Late Theodore Parker, Remarks, October 1, 1860.

Threat Of Disunion by the Slave States, and its Absurdity, Speech, October 11, 1860.

No Popular Sovereignty In Territories Can Establish Slavery, Speech, November 1, 1860.

Evening Before the Presidential Election, Speech, November 5, 1850.

Evening After The Presidential Election, Speech, November 7, 1860.

Joy and Sorrow in the Recent Election, Letter, November 9, 1860.

The Victory and Present Duties, Speech, November 16, 1860.

Moderation in Victory: Standing by our Principles, Speech, November 21, 1860.

Memorial Stones of the Washingtons in England, Letter, November 22, 1860.

Lafayette, the Faithful One, Address, November 30, 1860.

Disunion and a Southern Confederacy: The Object, Remarks, December 10, 1860.

Attempt at Compromise: The Crittenden Propositions, Incidents and Notes, December 18, 1860, To March 4, 1861.

Anxieties and Prospects During the Winter, Letters, January 17 To February 20, 1861.

No Surrender of the Northern Forts, Speech, February 12, 1861.

Duty and Strength of the Coming Administration, Notes of Undelivered Speech, February 1861.

Foreign Relations: Arbitration, Report, March 19, 1861.

Beginning of the Conflict, Speech, April 21, 1861.

Passports for Colored Citizens, Note, June 27, 1861.

Object of the War, Proceedings, July 24, 1861.

Sympathies of the Civilized World Not to be Repelled, Speech, July 29, 1861.

E 410.6 S93 Vol. V - The Barbarism of Slavery, Speech, June 4, 1860. Includes Appendix of threats made to Charles Sumner after this speech. A Victory of Principle in the Presidential Election, Letter, June 11, 1860. Refusal to Colored Persons of Right of Petition, Notes of Undelivered Speech, June 15, 1860. The Late Honorable John Schwartz of Pennsylvania, Speech, June 21, 1860. Unhesitating Assertion of our Principles, Letter, June 27, 1860. The Republican Party: Its Origin, Necessity, and Permanence, Speech, July 11, 1860. Our Candidates will Be Elected, Letter, July 30, 1860. Emancipation in the British West Indies, A Blessing and Not a Failure, Letter, July 30, 1860. Slavery a Barbarous Disease To be Stayed, Letter, August 6, 1860. Tribute to a College Classmate, August 20, 1860. Presidential Candidates and the Issues, Speech, August 29, 1860. The Unconstitutionality of Slavery Shown from Its Barbarism, Letter, September 9, 1860. The Fugitive Slave Act Must Be a Dead Letter, Letter, September 9, 1860. Example of Massachusetts Against Slavery, Speech, September 18, 1860. Contributions of Schools For Statue of Horace Mann, Letter, September 19, 1860. Reminiscence of the Late Theodore Parker, Remarks, October 1, 1860. Threat Of Disunion by the Slave States, and its Absurdity, Speech, October 11, 1860. No Popular Sovereignty In Territories Can Establish Slavery, Speech, November 1, 1860. Evening Before the Presidential Election, Speech, November 5, 1850. Evening After The Presidential Election, Speech, November 7, 1860. Joy and Sorrow in the Recent Election, Letter, November 9, 1860. The Victory and Present Duties, Speech, November 16, 1860. Moderation in Victory: Standing by our Principles, Speech, November 21, 1860. Memorial Stones of the Washingtons in England, Letter, November 22, 1860. Lafayette, the Faithful One, Address, November 30, 1860. Disunion and a Southern Confederacy: The Object, Remarks, December 10, 1860. Attempt at Compromise: The Crittenden Propositions, Incidents and Notes, December 18, 1860, To March 4, 1861. Anxieties and Prospects During the Winter, Letters, January 17 To February 20, 1861. No Surrender of the Northern Forts, Speech, February 12, 1861. Duty and Strength of the Coming Administration, Notes of Undelivered Speech, February 1861. Foreign Relations: Arbitration, Report, March 19, 1861. Beginning of the Conflict, Speech, April 21, 1861. Passports for Colored Citizens, Note, June 27, 1861. Object of the War, Proceedings, July 24, 1861. Sympathies of the Civilized World Not to be Repelled, Speech, July 29, 1861.

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F 68 B8

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Image of F 74 D2 D2 - -Address by John W. Proctor
-Danvers: A Poem by Andrew Nichols
-Danvers Centennial Celebration
     -Voluntary on the Organ
     -Invocation by Rev. James W. Putnam
     -Anthem
     -Reading the Scriptures by Rev. James Fletcher
     -Prayer by Rev. Israel P. Putnam of Middleborough
     -Original Hymn by F. Poole (p. 112)
     -Address by John W. Proctor
     -Music by the Band
     -Poem by Andrew Nichols
     -Psalm LXVII
     -Prayer by Rev. F. A. Willard
     -Old Hundred - sung by congregation
     -Benediction
-Exercises at the Table
 -Speeches by:
     -Rev. Milton P. Braman
     -Governor Boutwell
     -William C. Endicott
     -Charles W. Upham
     -Allen Putnam, Esq.
     -John G. Palfrey
     -Alfred A. Abbott
     -George G. Smith
     -John W. Proctor reading letter from George Peabody, dated May 26, 1852
     -John W. Proctor speech
     -P. R. Southwick
     -Judge White
     -Robert S. Daniels
     -Amasa Walker
     -Mr. Thayer
     -Rev. E. M. Stone
     -William D. Northend
     -Rev. Charles C. Sewall
     -Rev. Israel W. Putnam
     -Rev. J. B. Felt
     -Samuel Fowler
     -Lilley Eaton
     -John Webster
     -Rev. Frank P. Appleton
     -Dr. Ebenezer Hunt
-Reading of letters
-Fitch Poole reading Giles Corey's Dream
-A Visit from Parson Parris by Rev. J. W. Hanson
-Song by Andrew Nichols
-Song - A Hundred Years by Edwin Jocelyn
-Hymn by Rev. J. W. Hanson
-A Song for our Fathers by Edwin Jocelyn
-Proceedings at the School Pavilion
-Proceedings of the Town of Danvers in Relation to The Donation of George 
   Peabody, Esq., of London
-The Halbard of Lieut. Francis Peabody

PROCEEDINGS AT THE RECEPTION AND DINNER IN HONOR OF GEORGE PEABODY, ESQ., OF LONDON, BY THE CITIZENS OF THE OLD TOWN OF DANVERS, OCTOBER 9, 1856.
TO WHICH IS APPENDED AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE PEABODY INSTITUTE, WITH THE EXERCISES AT THE LAYING OF THE CORNER-STONE AND AT THE DEDICATION.
-The Reception
   -Introduction
   -Decorations
      -Danvers
      -Danversport
      -South Danvers
      -Holten Street
      -Washington Street
   -Peabody Reception
     -Order of Procession
      -Exercises at the Peabody Institute
         -Alfred A. Abbott's Address
         -Mr. Peabody's Address
      -The Dinner
         -Hon. Robert S. Daniels' Address
         -Mr. Peabody's Address
         -Gov. Gardner's Response
         -Speech of Hon. Edward Everett
         -Speech of Mr. Davis
         -President Walker's Remarks
         -Mr. Messervy's Response
         -Professor C. C. Felton's Response
         -Mr. Hale's Remarks
         -Judge White's Response
         -Judge Upham's Remarks
         -Mr. Carruther's Remarks
         -Speech of Hon. Charles W. Upham
         -Toasts and Sentiments
         -Letters
   -The Evening Levees
   -The Next Day
   -Conclusion
-The Press

AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE PEABODY INSTITUTE, WITH THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LAYING THE CORNER-STONE, AND AT THE DEDICATION
-Historical Sketch
-The Laying of the Corner-Stone
   -Robert S. Daniels Remarks
   -Alfred A. Abbott's Address
   -Speech of Hon. Abbott Lawrence
   -Speech of Hon. Benjamin Seaver
   -Asahel Huntington, Mayor of Salem, Speech
   -George S. Hillard Speech
   -Charles W. Upham Speech
   -p. 160 bottom of page description of items placed in corner-stone which on p.
      155 is described in the northwest corner of edifice
      (back left corner of building)
   -Epistle from the Present to Future Generations (p. 161) F. Poole
-The Dedication
   -Robert S. Daniels' Remarks
   -Address of Hon. Rufus Choate
   -George S. Hillard's Remarks
   -Asahel Huntington, ex-mayor of Salem, Remarks
-Lyceum and Library
   -First Course of Lectures, 1854-1855
   -Second Course of Lectures, 1855-1856
-The Library
   -Rules and Regulations of the Peabody Institute

F 74 D2 D2 - -Address by John W. Proctor -Danvers: A Poem by Andrew Nichols -Danvers Centennial Celebration -Voluntary on the Organ -Invocation by Rev. James W. Putnam -Anthem -Reading the Scriptures by Rev. James Fletcher -Prayer by Rev. Israel P. Putnam of Middleborough -Original Hymn by F. Poole (p. 112) -Address by John W. Proctor -Music by the Band -Poem by Andrew Nichols -Psalm LXVII -Prayer by Rev. F. A. Willard -Old Hundred - sung by congregation -Benediction -Exercises at the Table -Speeches by: -Rev. Milton P. Braman -Governor Boutwell -William C. Endicott -Charles W. Upham -Allen Putnam, Esq. -John G. Palfrey -Alfred A. Abbott -George G. Smith -John W. Proctor reading letter from George Peabody, dated May 26, 1852 -John W. Proctor speech -P. R. Southwick -Judge White -Robert S. Daniels -Amasa Walker -Mr. Thayer -Rev. E. M. Stone -William D. Northend -Rev. Charles C. Sewall -Rev. Israel W. Putnam -Rev. J. B. Felt -Samuel Fowler -Lilley Eaton -John Webster -Rev. Frank P. Appleton -Dr. Ebenezer Hunt -Reading of letters -Fitch Poole reading Giles Corey's Dream -A Visit from Parson Parris by Rev. J. W. Hanson -Song by Andrew Nichols -Song - A Hundred Years by Edwin Jocelyn -Hymn by Rev. J. W. Hanson -A Song for our Fathers by Edwin Jocelyn -Proceedings at the School Pavilion -Proceedings of the Town of Danvers in Relation to The Donation of George Peabody, Esq., of London -The Halbard of Lieut. Francis Peabody PROCEEDINGS AT THE RECEPTION AND DINNER IN HONOR OF GEORGE PEABODY, ESQ., OF LONDON, BY THE CITIZENS OF THE OLD TOWN OF DANVERS, OCTOBER 9, 1856. TO WHICH IS APPENDED AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE PEABODY INSTITUTE, WITH THE EXERCISES AT THE LAYING OF THE CORNER-STONE AND AT THE DEDICATION. -The Reception -Introduction -Decorations -Danvers -Danversport -South Danvers -Holten Street -Washington Street -Peabody Reception -Order of Procession -Exercises at the Peabody Institute -Alfred A. Abbott's Address -Mr. Peabody's Address -The Dinner -Hon. Robert S. Daniels' Address -Mr. Peabody's Address -Gov. Gardner's Response -Speech of Hon. Edward Everett -Speech of Mr. Davis -President Walker's Remarks -Mr. Messervy's Response -Professor C. C. Felton's Response -Mr. Hale's Remarks -Judge White's Response -Judge Upham's Remarks -Mr. Carruther's Remarks -Speech of Hon. Charles W. Upham -Toasts and Sentiments -Letters -The Evening Levees -The Next Day -Conclusion -The Press AN HISTORICAL SKETCH OF THE PEABODY INSTITUTE, WITH THE PROCEEDINGS OF THE LAYING THE CORNER-STONE, AND AT THE DEDICATION -Historical Sketch -The Laying of the Corner-Stone -Robert S. Daniels Remarks -Alfred A. Abbott's Address -Speech of Hon. Abbott Lawrence -Speech of Hon. Benjamin Seaver -Asahel Huntington, Mayor of Salem, Speech -George S. Hillard Speech -Charles W. Upham Speech -p. 160 bottom of page description of items placed in corner-stone which on p. 155 is described in the northwest corner of edifice (back left corner of building) -Epistle from the Present to Future Generations (p. 161) F. Poole -The Dedication -Robert S. Daniels' Remarks -Address of Hon. Rufus Choate -George S. Hillard's Remarks -Asahel Huntington, ex-mayor of Salem, Remarks -Lyceum and Library -First Course of Lectures, 1854-1855 -Second Course of Lectures, 1855-1856 -The Library -Rules and Regulations of the Peabody Institute

Record Type: Library