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7. Studies in History and Letters. Most of these essays previously printed.

The Alliance between Pilgrim and Puritan in Massachusetts: An Address delivered before the Old Planters' Society, Salem, June 9, 1900. Pph.

Reasons for Voting for Bryan. Leaflet. Reprinted from the Springfield Daily Republican, Sept., 1900.

With W. L. Garrison and G. S. Boutwell.) How Should a Colored Man Vote in 1900? Leaflet. Reprinted from the Boston Herald, Oct. 11, 1900.

The Reoccupation of Jacksonville in 1893. (In Mass. Commandery of the Loyal Legion. Civil War Papers, vol. 2.)

Addresses and Remarks. (In Free Religious Association. Proceedings, 1867-1900.)

Octavius Brooks Frothingham. (In Prophets of Liberalism: Six Addresses before the Free Religious Association of America. Pph.)

Education and the Public Library. [Typewritten.] (Boston Public Library. Free Lectures, 1900.)

Articles. (In Independent, Outlook.)


American Orators and Oratory: Being a Report of Lectures delivered at Western Reserve University. The edition is limited to 500 copies.

With William J. Rolfe.) Cambridge Public Library Report. Pph.

Childe Roland to the Dark Tower Came. (In Poet-Lore, April-June.)

Articles. (In Boston Evening Transcript, Independent, Outlook, et al.)


[Life of] Henry Wadsworth Longfellow. (In American Men of Letters.)

[Life of] John Greenleaf Whittier. (In English Men of Letters.)

Horace Elisha Scudder: A Memorial. (In American Academy of Arts and Sciences. Proceedings.) Pph.

Speech at Winchester, Eng., Sept. 18, 1900. (In Bowker. King Alfred's Millenary.)

American Genius and Life. (With others.) (In The Most American Books, in Outlook, Dec. 6.)

Ed.) Story without an End. By F. W. Carove; tr. by Sarah Austin. Preface by Higginson.

Ed.) Walks with Ellery Channing. [Extracts from manuscript diaries

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