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Preaching is an art, but it is a moral art, and on moral grounds the preacher should train himself assiduously and laboriously in the exercise of it.

Professor Kleiser has done well to direct attention once more, and in so forceful, attractive and practical a manner, to the importance of the art of which he is at once the master and the servant. It is to be hoped that through this volume he may secure new incentive to the study of this art, and that he may find the realization of his most ardent desires.

LEWIS O. BRASTOW. Yale University,

New Haven, Conn., 1908.

PART TWO-SELECTIONS FOR STUDY AND PRACTISE

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ABIDE WITH ME

Henry Francis Lyte 417
BATTLE OF IVRY

Thomas Babington Macaulay 338

BATTLE OF TRAFALGAR

Robert Southey 221

BUILDING OF THE SHIP Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 314

BUNKER HILL MONUMENT (FIRST ADDRESS)

Daniel Webster 237

CARRYING A MESSAGE TO GARCIA

Elbert Hubbard 243

CASSIUS AGAINST CÆSAR .

William Shakespeare 336

CATARACT OF LODORE

Robert Southey 386

CATO ON IMMORTALITY

Joseph Addison 363

CHAMBERED NAUTILUS

Oliver Wendell Holmes 367

CHARACTER OF THE HAPPY WARRIOR William Wordsworth 399
CHRISTMAS INVITATION, A

Charles Dickens 218
CLOUD, THE

Percy Bysshe Shelley 364
CREEDS OF THE BELLS

George W. Bungay 345
CHRISTIAN PILGRIM'S HYMN .

William Williams 410

DAY IS DONE

Henry Wadsworth Longfellow 383

DEFINITION OF A GENTLEMAN

Cardinal John Henry Newman 261

DESTRUCTION OF SENNACHERIB

George Gordon, Lord Byron 398

DOCTOR MARIGOLD

Charles Dickens 210

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