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Cicero
Let me have only the power to come into this house, and I will never shrink from the danger of declaring my opinion!
The First Oration Against Mark Antony
Cicero
The World’s Famous Orations, Vol. II
 
Rome (218 B.C.–84 A.D.)
 
Two millennia of Western Civilization come into focus through these 281 masterpieces delivered by 213 rhetoricians.
 
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CONTENTS
Bibliographic Record    Index to Authors
NEW YORK: FUNK AND WAGNALLS, 1906
NEW YORK: BARTLEBY.COM, 2002
 
 
Publius Cornelius Scipio
To His Army Before Battle
Hannibal
Address to His Soldiers
Cato the Censor
In Support of the Oppian Law
Scipio Africanus Major
To His Mutinous Troops
The Gracchi
I. Fragments by Tiberius Gracchus
II. Fragments by Caius Gracchus
Caius Memmius
On a Corrupt Oligarchy
Caius Marius
On Being Accused of a Low Origin
Cicero
I. The First Oration Against Verres
II. In Opposition to a New Agrarian Law
III. The First Oration Against Catiline
IV. The Second Oration Against Catiline
V. In Behalf of Archias the Poet
VI. The First Oration Against Mark Antony
VII. The Second Oration Against Mark Antony
Mark Antony
His Oration Over the Dead Body of Cæsar
Catiline
I. An Exhortation to Conspiracy
II. To His Army Before His Defeat in Battle
Julius Cæsar
On the Punishment of the Catiline Conspirators
Cato the Younger
On the Punishment of the Catiline Conspirators
Germanicus
I. To His Mutinous Troops
II. To His Friends When Dying
Seneca
To Nero When in Disfavor
Otho
I. On Becoming Emperor
II. To His Soldiers in Rome
III. To His Soldiers Before Committing Suicide
Agricola
To His Army in Scotland



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