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Reid, Whitelaw
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YA Pamphlet Collection (Library of Congress)
Abraham Lincoln
After the war a southern tour, May 1, 1865 to May 1, 1866
American and English studies
Byron. Address at University college, Nottingham, on Speech day, 29th November, 1910, for the Byron chair of English literature.
Byron, the poet a centenary volume
Careers for the coming men. Practical and authoritative discussions of the professions and callings open to young Americans.
Colossal philanthropy. An address by Whitelaw Reid, in opening a public library at Luton, Saturday Oct. 1st, 1910.
commencement address before the [Phi Beta Kappa] society of Vassar College, June 8, 1903., A
continental union; civil service for the Islands. Address..., A
Education in England; address
Great Britain and the United States need each other.
greatest fact in modern history [The rise and development of the United States], The
Horace Greeley
How the United States faced its educational problem
Later aspects of our new duties;
London commemorations. Winter of 1908-9. Remarks by the American Ambassador at the Poe centenary, Authors' club, March 1st (for Jan. 19th), 1909. The Bacon tercentenary, Gray's Inn, Oct, 17th, 1908. The Milton tercentenary, Mansion house, Dec. 9th, 1908. The Washington anniversary, London Section, U. S. Navy league, Feb. 22nd, 1909.
Making peace with Spain; the diary of Whitelaw Reid, September-December, 1898.
Monroe doctrine, the Polk doctrine and the doctrine of anarchism, The
Ohio in the war; her statesmen, generals and soldiers
One Welshman: a glance at a great career. Inaugural address, autumn session, University College of Wales, Aberystwyth, October 31st, 1912.
"Our foremost friend in Great Britain."
Our new duties : a commencement address at the seventy-fifth anniversary of Miami University, Thursday, June 15, 1899
Our new interests : an address at the University of California, on Charter day, March 23, 1900
political history of slavery; being an account of the slavery controversy from the earliest agitations in the eighteenth century to the close of the reconstruction period in America, A
"practical side" of American education. John Bright and the Civil War., The
Problems of expansion, as considered in papers and addresses.
radical view, A : the "Agate" dispatches of Whitelaw Reid, 1861-1865
Rise to world power : selected letters of Whitelaw Reid, 1895-1912
Scientific and technological education in the United States
Scot in America, and the Ulster Scot. London, Harrison and Sons, printers, 1911., The
Some consequences of the last treaty of Paris advances in international law and changes in national policy
Some newspaper tendencies; an address delivered before the editorial associations of New York and Ohio
Thackeray in America ...
Two speeches at the Queen's Jubilee, London, 1897.
Two witnesses at Gettysburg the personal accounts of Whitelaw Reid and A. J. L. Fremantle
University tendencies in America. An address delivered at Leland Stanford, Jr., University, April 19, 1901
Vanity fair ; introduction by Whitelaw Reid, 1948