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New edition of their English History for American Readers. 1893.
Harriet Beecher Stowe.
[Preface.] (In Stowe.
Uncle Tom's Cabin. New ed.)
[Sketches of] Brown, Cooper, and Thoreau.
(In Carpenter, ed.
Literary Paris Twenty Years Ago. (In Atlantic Monthly, Jan.）
On the Outskirts of Public Life.
(In Atlantic Monthly, Feb.）
The First Black Regiment.
(In Outlook, July 2.)
Anti-Slaveeteenth Century, given by Higginson at the Lowell Institute, Boston, 1903.
They were reported in part in the Boston Evening Transcript under the following titles and dates: American Literature, Jan. 6; The Philadelphia Period, Jan. 9; Irving and Cooper, Jan. 13; Boston Takes the Lead, Jan. 16; Concord Litterateurs, Jan. 20; Influence of the South, Jan. 23; Writers from the West, Jan. 27; Our Literary Obstacles, Jan. 30.
Personality of Emerson.
(In Outlook, May 23.)
Address. (In Centenary