of the Departed Saint Go ? 9. Daniel's Vision of
Six Kingdoms. 10. The United States in Prophecy
11. Intemperance—Its Effects on Body and Soul.
12. The Effects of Christianity on Society in General.
13. Christianity and Infidelity Contrasted. 14. The
Negro in the Wars of 1775, 1812, and 1861. 15. The
Power and Worth of Friendship. 16. Is a Desire for
Happiness the Cause of Virtuous Actions ? 17. The
Growth of Christianity and its Relation to Modern
Progress. 18. The Christian Sabbath. 19. Funda¬
mental Principles of Law. 20. Our Constitution.
21. Medical Science. 22. Colored Authors and their
Works. 23. The Science of Education. 24. The Art
of Education. 25. How to Teach Latin and Greek.
26. How to Teach Higher Mathematics. 27. The
Elements of Psychology. 28. The Divinity of Christ.
29. Buddha, Confucius, and Zoroaster. 30. Menu,
Socrates, and Pythagoras. 31. The Revolutionary
Struggle. 32. Toussaint Louverture and Caesar.
33. Why the Colored People Should Celebrate the
Fourth of July. 34. Abraham Lincoln and his Pro¬
clamation. 35. Progress of the Colored People for
Twenty-Four Years. 36. Fort Wagner and the Gal¬
lant Negro Soldier. 37. Industrial Education. 38.
The Kindergarten and Froebel. 39. Pestalozzi—His
Life, Work, and Influence on Modern Education. 40.
The New South with a New Colored-American. 41.
The Importance of a Collegiate Training to Young
Colored Men. 42. The Sunday School—Its Origin
and Growth. 43. Nature—the Educator's Guide. To
appreciate this magnificent orator, one must hear him.
Y His Widespread Reputation.
Professor Williams enjoys a national reputation,