From the Easy Chair, Volume 3 by George William Curtis

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Author Curtis, George William, 1824-1892
Title From the Easy Chair, Volume 3
Contents Hawthorne and Brook Farm -- Beecher in his pulpit after the death of Lincoln -- Killing deer -- Autumn days -- From Como to Milan during the war of 1848 -- Herbert Spencer on the Yankee -- Honor -- Joseph Wesley Harper -- Review of Union troops, 1865 -- April, 1865 -- Washington in 1867 -- Reception to the Japanese ambassadors at the White House -- The maid and the wit -- The departure of the Great Eastern -- Church Street -- Historic buildings -- The Boston Music Hall -- Public benefactors -- Mr. Tibbins's New-Year's call -- The New England Sabbath -- The reunion of antislavery veterans, 1884 -- Reform charity -- Bicycle riding for children -- The dead bird upon Cyrilla's hat an encouragement of "slarter" -- Cheapening his name -- Clergymen's salaries.
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Language English
LoC Class PS: Language and Literatures: American and Canadian literature
Subject American essays
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