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HER GRACE THE DUCHESS DOWAGER OF SUTHERLAND
THE LATE EARL OF CARLISLE'S
SPEECHES, ADDRESSES, LECTURES, AND POEMS,
IS MOST RESPECTFULLY DEDICATED,
MOST FAITHFUL AND MOST OBEDIENT SERVANT,
Preliminary Observations, .
Chief Secretaryship of Lord Morpeth (Ireland),
Viceroyalty of the Earl of Carlisle—his Speeches and Addresses,
EDUCATION.-The Queen's University-The Earl of Carlisle's eulogium
of the late Sir Robert Peel, the Founder of the Queen's Colleges
Munificence of Sir Robert Peel, the generous and talented Son of that
eminent Statesman-Foundation by him of several Scholarships-
Progress of the University-The System of National and United Edu-
cation promoted by the Earl of Carlisle-Model Schools for the
Training of Teachers established-The Earl of Carlisle's Addresses at
the Half-yearly Examinations, and his Estimate of the Value and
Success of the System of National Education in Ireland-Royal Gram-
mar Schools, Portora-Museum of Irish Industry-Medical Edu-
cation, Dr. Stokes-Social Science-The Earl of Carlisle's Patronage
of the Fine Arts-Statues of Moore, Goldsmith, Edmund Burke,
the Earl of Belfast, and William Dargan-The Wellington Testimo-
nial, and its Bas-reliefs—Municipal Banquets-City Improvements
(Dublin)-Visit of H. R. H. Prince of Wales to Ireland-AGRICUL-
TURE-Royal Dublin Society and Royal Agricultural Improvement
Society-the Earl of Carlisle's desire to confer Honour on Distin-
guished Men-Presentation of Colours to Irish Regiments.
Resignation of the Earl of Carlisle,
His final Departure from Ireland, and Death,
Affecting Scene at his Departure from Kingstown, as described by Sir
Robert Peel-Grand Concert of Sacred Music in Memoriam-
"Missed by us All," Elegiac Poem on the Death of the Earl of Carlisle.
The Earl of Carlisle as a Statesman, .
Negro Emancipation-Poem by the Earl of Carlisle "On the Abolition
of Slavery"-His Opinion on the recent Civil War in America-Re-
Scholastic Attainments, Literary Productions, and Parliamentary Career of
the Earl of Carlisle,
Appendix to Introduction,
Lecture on the Poetry and Writings of Gray-" PESTUM," the Oxford
English Prize Poem for 1821, by G. W. F. Howard-"ELEUSIS,"
the Oxford Latin Prize Poem for 1821, by G. W. F. Howard-
Bounar Bachi, the Supposed Site of Troy-Poetical and Historical
View of the chief Scenes of Interest in Yorkshire, by Lord Morpeth,
at the outset of his public career.
Speech at the Albert Model Farm, Glasnevin, December 20, 1859,
Speech at the Belfast Model Schools (Annual Examinations), December 17,
Speech at the Presentation of Medals awarded by Council, March 16, 1862, .
Speech at the Laying of the First Stone of the New Dublin College of Physi-
cians, July 8, 1862,
Speech at the Distribution of Prizes, Dr. Steevens' Hospital, November 7,
Speech at the Laying of the First Stone of the "Carmichael School of Medi-
cine," March 29, 1863, .
Speech at the Trinity College Historical Society, November 21, 1860,
Speech at the Dublin Statistical Society, November 26, 1862,
Speech after Professor Cairnes' Lecture on the American Revolution, October 30,
Speech at the Distribution of the "Crimean Banquet Fund" Prizes, Royal
Hibernian Military School, December 22, 1863, .
Speech at the Laying of the First Stone of the Museum of Natural History,