McGuffey's Sixth Eclectic Reader
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McGuffey's Sixth Eclectic Reader
By William Holmes McGuffey
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Table of Contents
  • ECLECTIC EDUCATIONAL SERIES.
  • SUPPLEMENTARY READING FOR GRAMMAR AND HIGH SCHOOL GRADES ECLECTIC ENGLISH CLASSICS.
    • CONTENTS (5)
      • INTRODUCTION.
      • SUBJECT. PAGE I. ARTICULATION 11 II. INFLECTION 18 III. ACCENT AND EMPHASIS 33 IV. INSTRUCTIONS FOR READING VERSE 39 V. THE VOICE 40 VI. GESTURE 55
    • INTRODUCTION.
    • SUBJECT. PAGE I. ARTICULATION 11 II. INFLECTION 18 III. ACCENT AND EMPHASIS 33 IV. INSTRUCTIONS FOR READING VERSE 39 V. THE VOICE 40 VI. GESTURE 55
    • SELECTIONS FOR READING. (5)
      • ALPHABETICAL LIST OF AUTHORS. (9)
      • NAME PAGE NAME PAGE 1. ADDISON, JOSEPH 295, 438 38. GOLDSMITH 215 2. ARNOLD. GEORGE 133 39. GRATTAN. HENRY 154 3. ATHERSTONE. EDWIN 401 40. GRAY, THOMAS 108 4. BACON, SIR FRANCIS 332 41. GREELEY, HORACE 398 5. BEECHER, LYMAN 128, 228 42. GREENWOOD, F. W. P. 223 6. BIBLE, THE 160, 189, 420 43. GRIMKE. THOMAS S. 163 7. BLACKSTONE, SIR WILLIAM 410 44. HALLECK. FITZ-GREEN 202 8. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE 63 45. HAYNE, ROBERT YOUNG 257 9. BROWN, JOHN 417 46. HAZLITT, WILLIAM 278 10. BROWNING, ELIZABETH B. 195 47. HEMANS, FALICIA D. 226 11. BRYANT 141, 275, 434 48. HENRY, PATRICK 115 12. BULWER-LYTTON 334 19. HOLMES 246, 405 13. BURKE, EDMUND 379 50. HOOD, THOMAS 266 14. BYRD, WILLIAM 94 51. HOPKINSON, FRANCIS 73 15. BYRON 205, 408, 415 52. HOWELLS. W. D. 292 16. CALHOUN, JOHN C. 344 53. HOWITT, WILLIAM 132 17. CAMPBELL, THOMAS 211, 396 54. HUNT, LEIGH 321 18. CARY, ALICE 88 55. HUTTON, JOSEPH 161 19. CHANNING, WILLLIAM ELLERY 132 56. IRVING 192, 212, 249 20. CHORLEY, H. F. 81 57. JACKSON, HELEN HUNT 358 21. COLRIDGE. 462 58. JEFFERSON, THOMAS 253 22. COLMAN, GEORGE 303 59. JOHNSON, SAMUEL 78, 130 23. COWPER 310 60. JONES, SIR WILLIAM 255 24. DANA, RICHARD H. JR. 371 61. KENNEDY, JOHN P. 171 25. DAVY, SIR HUMPHRY 131 62. KING, THOMAS STARR 426 26. DEWEY, ORVILLE 389 63. LEE, HENRY 444 27. DICKENS 96, 135 64. LEFEBVRE-LABOULAYE 269 28. DISRAELI, BENJAMIN 70 65. LONGFELLOW 262,290,392,429 29. DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN 119 66. MACAULAY 375 30. DRYDEN 96 67. MACKENZIE. HENRY 218 31. DWIGHT, TIMOTHY 419 68. MILTON 312 32. EMERSON 447 69. MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL 221 33. EVERETT 68 70. NEAL, JOHN 104 34. FIELDS. JAMES T. 301 71. PARKMAN. FRANCIS 325 35. FLAGG, WILSON 90 72. PERCIVAL, J. G 251 36. FOX, CHARLES JAMES 102 73. PHILLIPS. CHARLES 143 37. FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN 431 74. PIERPONT, JOHN 146
      • INTRODUCTION. (11)
      • 1. ARTICULATION. 4. READING VERSE. 2. INFLECTION. 5. THE VOICE. 3. ACCENT AND EMPHASIS. 6. GESTURE.
    • ALPHABETICAL LIST OF AUTHORS. (9)
    • NAME PAGE NAME PAGE 1. ADDISON, JOSEPH 295, 438 38. GOLDSMITH 215 2. ARNOLD. GEORGE 133 39. GRATTAN. HENRY 154 3. ATHERSTONE. EDWIN 401 40. GRAY, THOMAS 108 4. BACON, SIR FRANCIS 332 41. GREELEY, HORACE 398 5. BEECHER, LYMAN 128, 228 42. GREENWOOD, F. W. P. 223 6. BIBLE, THE 160, 189, 420 43. GRIMKE. THOMAS S. 163 7. BLACKSTONE, SIR WILLIAM 410 44. HALLECK. FITZ-GREEN 202 8. BLACKWOOD'S MAGAZINE 63 45. HAYNE, ROBERT YOUNG 257 9. BROWN, JOHN 417 46. HAZLITT, WILLIAM 278 10. BROWNING, ELIZABETH B. 195 47. HEMANS, FALICIA D. 226 11. BRYANT 141, 275, 434 48. HENRY, PATRICK 115 12. BULWER-LYTTON 334 19. HOLMES 246, 405 13. BURKE, EDMUND 379 50. HOOD, THOMAS 266 14. BYRD, WILLIAM 94 51. HOPKINSON, FRANCIS 73 15. BYRON 205, 408, 415 52. HOWELLS. W. D. 292 16. CALHOUN, JOHN C. 344 53. HOWITT, WILLIAM 132 17. CAMPBELL, THOMAS 211, 396 54. HUNT, LEIGH 321 18. CARY, ALICE 88 55. HUTTON, JOSEPH 161 19. CHANNING, WILLLIAM ELLERY 132 56. IRVING 192, 212, 249 20. CHORLEY, H. F. 81 57. JACKSON, HELEN HUNT 358 21. COLRIDGE. 462 58. JEFFERSON, THOMAS 253 22. COLMAN, GEORGE 303 59. JOHNSON, SAMUEL 78, 130 23. COWPER 310 60. JONES, SIR WILLIAM 255 24. DANA, RICHARD H. JR. 371 61. KENNEDY, JOHN P. 171 25. DAVY, SIR HUMPHRY 131 62. KING, THOMAS STARR 426 26. DEWEY, ORVILLE 389 63. LEE, HENRY 444 27. DICKENS 96, 135 64. LEFEBVRE-LABOULAYE 269 28. DISRAELI, BENJAMIN 70 65. LONGFELLOW 262,290,392,429 29. DRAKE, JOSEPH RODMAN 119 66. MACAULAY 375 30. DRYDEN 96 67. MACKENZIE. HENRY 218 31. DWIGHT, TIMOTHY 419 68. MILTON 312 32. EMERSON 447 69. MITFORD, MARY RUSSELL 221 33. EVERETT 68 70. NEAL, JOHN 104 34. FIELDS. JAMES T. 301 71. PARKMAN. FRANCIS 325 35. FLAGG, WILSON 90 72. PERCIVAL, J. G 251 36. FOX, CHARLES JAMES 102 73. PHILLIPS. CHARLES 143 37. FRANKLIN, BENJAMIN 431 74. PIERPONT, JOHN 146
    • INTRODUCTION. (11)
    • 1. ARTICULATION. 4. READING VERSE. 2. INFLECTION. 5. THE VOICE. 3. ACCENT AND EMPHASIS. 6. GESTURE.
    • I. ARTICULATION. (11)
    • ELEMENTARY SOUNDS. (12)
    • VOCALS. (12)
    • TABLE OF VOCALS. (13)
    • SUBVOCALS AND ASPIRATES (13)
    • TABLE OF SUBVOCALS AND ASPIRATES. (14)
    • ASPIRATE.
    • SUBSTITUTES. (14)
    • FAULTS TO BE REMEDIED. (15)
      • EXERCISES. (16)
      • EXERCISES. (17)
      • EXERCISE
      • EXERCISES. (18)
    • EXERCISES. (16)
    • EXERCISES. (17)
    • EXERCISE
    • EXERCISES. (18)
    • II. INFLECTION. (18)
    • EXERCISES. (20)
    • FALLING INFLECTION. (21)
      • EXAMPLES. (21)
      • EXAMPLES. (22)
      • RISING INFLECTION. (23)
      • EXAMPLES. (24)
      • EXAMPLES. (24)
      • EXAMPLE. (24)
      • EXAMPLES. (25)
      • EXAMPLES. (25)
      • EXAMPLES. (25)
      • RISING AND FALLING INFLECTIONS. (26)
      • EXAMPLES. (27)
      • EXAMPLES. (27)
      • EXAMPLES. (27)
    • EXAMPLES. (21)
    • EXAMPLES. (22)
    • RISING INFLECTION. (23)
    • EXAMPLES. (24)
    • EXAMPLES. (24)
    • EXAMPLE. (24)
    • EXAMPLES. (25)
    • EXAMPLES. (25)
    • EXAMPLES. (25)
    • RISING AND FALLING INFLECTIONS. (26)
    • EXAMPLES. (27)
    • EXAMPLES. (27)
    • EXAMPLES. (27)
    • OF SERIES. (28)
      • EXAMPLE. (28)
      • EXAMPLE. (28)
      • EXAMPLES. (28)
      • EXAMPLES. (29)
      • EXAMPLES. (29)
      • EXAMPLES (30)
    • EXAMPLE. (28)
    • EXAMPLE. (28)
    • EXAMPLES. (28)
    • EXAMPLES. (29)
    • EXAMPLES. (29)
    • EXAMPLES (30)
    • PARENTHESIS. (30)
      • EXAMPLES. (30)
    • EXAMPLES. (30)
    • CIRCUMFLEX. (31)
      • EXAMPLES. (31)
    • EXAMPLES. (31)
    • MONOTONE. (32)
      • EXAMPLES. (32)
    • EXAMPLES. (32)
    • III. ACCENT AND EMPHASIS. (33)
      • EXAMPLES. (33)
      • EXAMPLES. (33)
    • EXAMPLES. (33)
    • EXAMPLES. (33)
    • SECONDARY ACCENT. (34)
    • EMPHASIS. (34)
    • ABSOLUTE EMPHASIS. (35)
      • EXAMPLES. (35)
    • EXAMPLES. (35)
    • RELATIVE EMPHASIS. (35)
      • EXAMPLES. (35)
    • EXAMPLES. (35)
    • EMPHASIS AND ACCENT. (37)
    • EXAMPLES. (37)
      • EMPHASIS AND INFLECTION. (37)
      • EXAMPLES. (37)
    • EMPHASIS AND INFLECTION. (37)
    • EXAMPLES. (37)
    • EMPHATIC PHRASE. (38)
    • EXAMPLES. (38)
    • EMPHATIC PAUSE. (39)
    • IV. INSTRUCTIONS FOR READING VERSE. (39)
      • EXERCISES IN INFLECTION. (40)
    • EXERCISES IN INFLECTION. (40)
    • ACCENT AND EMPHASIS. (41)
      • EXAMPLES. (42)
      • EXAMPLES. (44)
    • EXAMPLES. (42)
    • EXAMPLES. (44)
    • SIMILE. (44)
      • EXAMPLES. (45)
    • EXAMPLES. (45)
    • V. THE VOICE. (46)
      • EXAMPLES IN PITCH (46)
    • EXAMPLES IN PITCH (46)
    • QUANTITY AND QUALITY. (49)
      • LONG QUANTITY. (49)
      • MEDIUM QUANTITY. (50)
    • LONG QUANTITY. (49)
    • MEDIUM QUANTITY. (50)
    • SHORT QUANTITY. (51)
      • MOVEMENT. (51)
      • SLOW MOVEMENT. (52)
      • MODERATE MOVEMENT. (52)
      • QUICK MOVEMENT. (53)
      • EXAMPLES. (54)
    • MOVEMENT. (51)
    • SLOW MOVEMENT. (52)
    • MODERATE MOVEMENT. (52)
    • QUICK MOVEMENT. (53)
    • EXAMPLES. (54)
    • VI. GESTURE. (55)
    • ELOCUTION AND READING. (57)
  • MCGUFFEY'S SIXTH READER. (61)
    • MCGUFFEY'S SIXTH READER. (63)
      • SELECTIONS FOR READING.
      • I. ANECDOTE OF THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE.
    • SELECTIONS FOR READING.
    • I. ANECDOTE OF THE DUKE OF NEWCASTLE.
    • II. THE NEEDLE. (67)
    • III. DAWN. (68)
    • IV. DESCRIPTION OF A STORM. (70)
    • V. AFTER THE THUNDERSTORM. (72)
    • VI. HOUSE CLEANING. (73)
    • VII. SCHEMES OF LIFE OFTEN ILLUSORY. (78)
    • VIII. THE BRAVE OLD OAK. (81)
      • IX. THE ARTIST SURPRISED. (82)
    • IX. THE ARTIST SURPRISED. (82)
    • X. PICTURES OF MEMORY. (88)
    • XI. THE MORNING ORATORIO. (90)
    • XII. SHORT SELECTIONS IN POETRY. (94)
      • II. MY MIND.
    • II. MY MIND.
    • III. A GOOD NAME. (95)
    • IV. SUNRISE.
    • V. OLD AGE AND DEATH. (95)
    • VI. MILTON. (96)
    • XIII. DEATH OF LITTLE NELL. (96)
    • XIV. VANITY OF LIFE. (100)
    • XV. A POLITICAL PAUSE. (102)
    • XVI. MY EXPERIENCE IN ELOCUTION. (104)
    • XVII. ELEGY IN A COUNTRY CHURCHYARD. (108)
    • XVIII. TACT AND TALENT. (113)
    • XIX. SPEECH BEFORE THE VIRGINIA CONVENTION. (115)
    • XX: THE AMERICAN FLAG. (119)
    • XXI. IRONICAL EULOGY ON DEBT. (121)
    • XXII. THE THREE WARNINGS. (124)
    • XXIII. THE MEMORY OF OUR FATHERS. (128)
    • XXIV. SHORT SELECTIONS IN PROSE. (130)
    • II. LAS CASAS DISSUADING FROM BATTLE. (130)
    • III. ACTION AND REPOSE. (131)
    • IV. TIME AND CHANGE. (131)
    • V. THE POET. (132)
    • VI. MOUNTAINS. (132)
    • XXV. THE JOLLY OLD PEDAGOGUE. (133)
    • XXVI. THE TEACHER AND SICK SCHOLAR. (135)
    • XXVII. THE SNOW SHOWER. (141)
    • XXVIII. CHARACTER OF NAPOLEON BONAPARTE. (143)
    • XXIX. NAPOLEON AT REST. (146)
    • XXX. WAR. (148)
    • XXXI. SPEECH OF WALPOLE IN REPROOF OF MR. PITT. (151)
    • XXXII. PITT'S REPLY TO SIR ROBERT WALPOLE. (152)
      • XXXIII. CHARACTER OF MR. PITT. (154)
    • XXXIII. CHARACTER OF MR. PITT. (154)
    • XXXIV. THE SOLDIER'S REST. (156)
    • XXXV. HENRY V. TO HIS TROOPS. (158)
      • XXXVI. SPEECH OF PAUL ON MARS HILL. (160)
    • XXXVI. SPEECH OF PAUL ON MARS HILL. (160)
    • XXXVII. GOD IS EVERYWHERE. (161)
    • XXXVIII. LAFAYETTE AND ROBERT RAIKES. (163)
      • XXXIX. FALL OF CARDINAL WOLSEY. (167)
    • XXXIX. FALL OF CARDINAL WOLSEY. (167)
    • XL. THE PHILOSOPHER. (171)
    • XLI. MARMION AND DOUGLAS. (176)
    • XLII. THE PRESENT. (178)
    • XLIII. THE BAPTISM. (180)
      • XLIV. SPARROWS. (185)
      • XLV. OBSERVANCE OF THE SABBATH. (186)
    • XLIV. SPARROWS. (185)
    • XLV. OBSERVANCE OF THE SABBATH. (186)
    • XLVI. GOD'S GOODNESS TO SUCH AS FEAR HIM. (189)
    • XLVII. CHARACTER OF COLUMBUS. (192)
    • XLVIII. "HE GIVETH HIS BELOVED SLEEP." (195)
    • XLIX. DESCRIPTION OF A SIEGE. (197)
      • L. MARCO BOZZARIS. (202)
    • L. MARCO BOZZARIS. (202)
    • LI. SONG OF THE GREEK BARD. (205)
    • LII. NORTH AMERICAN INDIANS. (209)
    • LIII. LOCHIEL'S WARNING. (211)
    • LIV. ON HAPPINESS OF TEMPER. (215)
    • LV. THE FORTUNE TELLER. (218)
    • LVI. RIENZI'S ADDRESS TO THE ROMANS. (221)
    • LVIII. LANDING OF THE PILGRIM FATHERS. (226)
    • LIX. NECESSITY OF EDUCATION. (228)
    • LX. RIDING ON A SNOWPLOW. (231)
    • LXI. THE QUARREL OF BRUTUS AND CASSIUS. (234)
    • LXII. THE QUACK. (238)
      • SCENE—The Inn. Enter HOSTESS followed by LAMPEDO, a Quack Doctor.
    • SCENE—The Inn. Enter HOSTESS followed by LAMPEDO, a Quack Doctor.
    • LXIII. RIP VAN WINKLE. (242)
    • LXIV. BILL AND JOE. (246)
    • LXV. SORROW FOR THE DEAD. (249)
    • LXVI. THE EAGLE. (251)
    • LXVII. POLITICAL TOLERATION. (253)
    • LXVIII. WHAT CONSTITUTES A STATE? (255)
      • LXIX. THE BRAVE AT HOME. (256)
    • LXIX. THE BRAVE AT HOME. (256)
    • LXX. SOUTH CAROLINA. (257)
    • LXXI. MASSACHUSETTS AND SOUTH CAROLINA. (259)
    • LXXII. THE CHURCH SCENE FROM EVANGELINE. (262)
      • LXXIII. SONG OF THE SHIRT. (266)
    • LXXIII. SONG OF THE SHIRT. (266)
    • LXXIV. DIAMOND CUT DIAMOND. (269)
    • LXXV. THANATOPSIS. (275)
    • LXXVI. INDIAN JUGGLERS. (278)
    • LXXVII. ANTONY OVER CAESAR'S DEAD BODY. (281)
    • LXXVIII. THE ENGLISH CHARACTER. (286)
    • LXXIX. THE SONG OF THE POTTER. (290)
    • LXXX. A HOT DAY IN NEW YORK. (292)
    • LXXXI. DISCONTENT.—AN ALLEGORY. (295)
    • LXXXII. JUPITER AND TEN. (301)
    • LXXXIII. SCENE FROM "THE POOR GENTLEMAN."
    • LXXXIV. MY MOTHER'S PICTURE. (310)
    • LXXXV. DEATH OF SAMSON. (312)
    • LXXXVI. AN EVENING ADVENTURE. (315)
    • LXXXVII. THE BAREFOOT BOY. (317)
      • LXXXVIII. THE GLOVE AND THE LIONS. (321)
    • LXXXVIII. THE GLOVE AND THE LIONS. (321)
    • LXXXIX. THE FOLLY OF INTOXICATION. (322)
    • XC. STARVED ROCK. (325)
    • XCI. PRINCE HENRY AND FALSTAFF. (327)
    • XCII. STUDIES. (332)
    • XCIII. SURRENDER OF GRANADA. (334)
    • XCIV. HAMLET'S SOLILOQUY. (339)
    • XCV. GINEVRA. (340)
    • XCVI. INVENTIONS AND DISCOVERIES. (344)
    • XCVII. ENOCH ARDEN AT THE WINDOW. (347)
    • XCVIII. LOCHINVAR. (350)
    • XCIX. SPEECH ON THE TRIAL OF A MURDERER. (352)
    • C. THE CLOSING YEAR. (355)
    • CI. A NEW CITY IN COLORADO. (358)
    • CII. IMPORTANCE OF THE UNION. (362)
    • CIII. THE INFLUENCES OF THE SUN. (364)
    • CIV. COLLOQUIAL POWERS OF FRANKLIN. (366)
    • CV. THE DREAM OF CLARENCE. (368)
    • CVI. HOMEWARD BOUND. (371)
    • CVII. IMPEACHMENT OF WARREN HASTINGS. (375)
    • CVIII. DESTRUCTION OF THE CARNATIC.
    • CIX. THE RAVEN.
    • CX. A VIEW OF THE COLOSSEUM. (389)
    • CXI. THE BRIDGE. (392)
    • CXII. OBJECTS AND LIMITS OF SCIENCE. (394)
    • CXIII. THE DOWNFALL OF POLAND. (396)
    • CXIV. LABOR. (398)
      • CXV. THE LAST DAYS OF HERCULANEUM. (401)
    • CXV. THE LAST DAYS OF HERCULANEUM. (401)
    • CXVI. HOW MEN REASON. (405)
    • CXVII. THUNDERSTORM ON THE ALPS. (408)
    • CXVIII. ORIGIN OF PROPERTY. (410)
    • CXIX. BATTLE OF WATERLOO. (415)
    • CXX. "WITH BRAINS, SIR." (417)
    • CXXI. THE NEW ENGLAND PASTOR. (419)
    • CXXII. DEATH OF ABSALOM. (420)
    • CXXIII. ABRAHAM DAVENPORT. (424)
    • CXXIV. THE FALLS OF THE YOSEMITE. (426)
    • CXXV. A PSALM OF LIFE. (429)
    • CXXVI. FRANKLIN'S ENTRY INTO PHILADELPHIA. (431)
    • CXXVII. LINES TO A WATERFOWL. (434)
    • CXXVIII. GOLDSMITH AND ADDISON. (435)
      • 1. GOLDSMITH.
      • II. ADDISON. (436)
    • 1. GOLDSMITH.
    • II. ADDISON. (436)
    • CXXIX. IMMORTALITY OF THE SOUL. (438)
    • CXXX. CHARACTER OF WASHINGTON. (440)
    • CXXXI. EULOGY ON WASHINGTON. (444)
    • CXXXII. THE SOLITARY REAPER. (446)
    • CXXXIII. VALUE OF THE PRESENT. (447)
    • CXXXIV. HAPPINESS. (451)
    • CXXXV. MARION. (453)
    • CXXXVI. A COMMON THOUGHT. (456)
    • CXXXVII. A DEFINITE AIM IN READING. (457)
    • CXXXVIII. ODE TO MT. BLANC. (462)
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