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The World's Famous Orations Volume 5.djvu
CONTENTS

Vol. V—Great Britain—III (1865—1906)
Page
Macdonald—On Canadian Confederation (1865) 3
Carlyle—Address as Lord Rector of Edinburgh
     University (1866)
17
Goldwin Smith—The Secret Beyond Science 34
Beaconsfield—On the Principles of His Party
    (1872)
38
Gladstone—On the Domestic and Foreign
   Affairs of England (1879)
66
Bradlaugh—His Plea at the Bar of the House
   (1881)
91
Churchill—His "Trust the People" Speech
   (1884)
99
Salisbury—On the Desertion of Gordon in
   Egypt (1885)
109
Spurgeon—Men Made Rich by the Poverty of
    Christ
119
Birrell—The Distinction of Burke 131
James Bryce—On the Government of Ireland
    Bill (1886)
145
Balfour—On the Benefits of Reading (1887) 161
Rosebery—Robert Burns (1896) 174
Chamberlain—The True Conception of
    Empire (1897)
184
Laurier—Oil the Death of Queen Victoria
    (1901)
192
Asquith—Trade and the Empire (1903) 201
Morley—His Address at Pittsburg (1904) 211
Campbell-Bannerman—I On the Policy of the
    Liberal Party (1905)
226
  II His "The Duma is Dead: Long Live the
    Duma," Speech (1906)
239
Loreburn—On the Policy of the English
    Liberals (1906)
247
ILLUSTRATIONS

Volume V
FACING
PAGE
William Ewart Gladstone Frontispiece
The British House of Commons 66
The Marquis of Salisbury 116
James Bryce 146
Arthur J. Balfour 164
Lord Rosebery 174
Joseph Chamberlain 184
Sir Wilfrid Laurier 192
Herbert Henry Asquith 204
John, Lord Morley 212
Sir Henry Campbell-Bannerman 226