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COMPETITION FOR THE BOYLSTON PRIZES.

Sanders Theatre, Thursday, May 11, at 7.30 P. M.

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The following-named is the list of competitors for the Boylston prizes, with the subjects for declamation :

JUNIORS.Edward Cummings, "Men will Awake." - [Victor Hugo.

Marshall Henry Cushing, "Ballad of the Revenge." - [Tennyson.

George Henry Heilbron, "Peaceable Secession" (7th March, 1850). - [Daniel Webster.

Benjamin Blake Holmes, "Influence of American Example." - [R. C. Winthrop.

Charles Joseph Hubbard, "The Scholar in a Republic." - [Wendell Phillips.

Augustus Mendon Lord, "Charles Sumner." [G. W. Curtis.

George Hyde Page, "Invective against Demosthenes." - [Aeschines.

Herbert Putnam, "Universal Suffrage." - [Victor Hugo.

Osgood Putnam, "Nihilism." - [Wendell Phillips.

SENIORS.Charles Townsend Copeland, "Clarence's Dream." - [Shakspere.

George Herbert Eaton, "The Worth of Symbols." - [F. W. Robertson.

Burton Monroe Firman, "Grit." - [E. P. Whipple.

Henry Winthrop Hardon, "The Situation in Ireland (1845). - [Macaulay.

Sherman Hoar, "The Downfall of Webster." [Theodore Parker.

Elliott Hunt Pendleton, "Speech of the Second Messenger (Oed. Tyr.). - [Sophocles.

George Chrystie Van Benthuysen, "Reply to John Randolph." - [Tristam Burgess.

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