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Pity........ William Penn........*

It has been thought that the following references to pieces suitable for declamation, might prove a convenience to those pupils who use the following books.

Sequel to the Analytical Reader.
The Stream of Time..
Omnipresence of Deity......
Lines written in the Church-Yard of Richmond....
Family Worship in a Cottage................................
The Instability of Earthly Greatness........
The Cottage of the Hills.................
A Thought on Death........
Comparative Insignificance of the Earth.................
A Fragment....................
Conclusion of a Discourse at Plymouth..
Millenniuin.....
Hubert and Arthur; a Dialogue......
Niagara..........
The Wives and Plighted Maids of Weinsburgh.
Marshal Saxe and his Physician.....
Mount Chainouny, the hour before Sunrise....

Commencing with, “The great / oet of the present day".
Practical etfects of an unrestrained Imagination.....

Analytical Reader
The Philosopher's Scales, [commencing, “ What were they?"]..
Falls of the Mohawk...........
Pity........................................................
Eulogiun on William Penn..............
Duelling (The Poetry).............
Warrior's Wreath..............
David and Goliath......
The Rainbow........
The Adopted Child.....
The Better Land........
Horrors of War......
William Tell........
Utility of the Sea....
Mystery of the Sea...
Destruction of Sennacherib's Host..

Introduction to the Analytical Reader.
The Beggar Girl.......................
Employment.......
Charles and James.....
To the Robin...........
Waste not, want not.....
The Lie...
The Ball.....
Little Charles....
The Country Boy's Call...
Lazy Lawrence...........................
A Spring Morning.....
The Child's Inquiry .........................................
The Little Bird's Complaint............................
John Tompkins............................................
Little Graves..................
Mother, what is Death?...
A curious Instrument......

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