The Lyceum leader / compiled from the Lyceum guide for the Melbourne Progressive Lyceum by the conductor

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Contents

LYCEUM LEADER 1
LYCEUM LEADER 5
PREFACE TO THE THIRD EDITION. 7
LYCEUM. 8
GOLDEN CHAIN RECITATIONS. 9
No. II. This World is full of Beauty. 9
No. III. Tn vocation to the Infinite. 10
No. IV. Invocation to our Divinities. 10
No. V. Prayer to the Virtues. 11
No. VI. The Spirit-World. 11
No. VII. The Inner Judge. 12
No. VIII. The World would be the Better for it. 12
No. IX. Disappointments. 13
No. X. The Promised Land To-morrow. 13
No. XI. The Religion of Health. 14
No. XII. Health is Wealth. 14
No. XIII. The Senses. 14
No. XIV. There’s no Dearth of Kindness. 15
No. XV. Charity. 15
No. XVI. On the Other Side. 16
XVII. The Unity and Eternity of Labour. 16
No. XVIII. Life Builders. 17
No. XIX. True Womanhood. 18
No. XX. Spirit-hunger. 18
No. XXI. A Ladder of Light. 18
No. XXII. When this old Earth is Righted. 19
No. XXIII. Esteem Thyself. 20
No. XXIV. The Happy Life. 20
No. XXV. The Kingdoms of Nature. 20
No. XXVI. The Voice of Progress. 21
No. XXVII. Matter and Spirit. 22
No. XXIX. The Three Rules. 23
XXVIII. The Divine Order. 23
No. XXX. Pride. 24
No. XXXI. The True and the False. 24
No. XXXII. Human Beauty. 25
No. XXXIII. A Moral Code. 25
No. XXXIV. Revelations of the Divine. 25
No. XXXV. Heavenly Wisdom. 26
No. XXXVI. Wisdom, True Riches. 26
No. XXXVII. Wisdom True Power. 26
No. XXXIX. The Happy Warrior. 27
No. XXXVIII. Wisdom. 27
No. XL. Truth. 28
No. XLI. A Psalm of Life. 28
No. XLII. Death. 29
No. XLIII. The Ladder of St. Augustine. 29
No. XLIV. Spiritualism. 30
No. XLV. Spiritual Communion. 30
No. XLVI. Spirit. 31
No. XLVII. Work is Prayer. 31
Man. No. XLVIII. 32
No. L. Liberty, Equality, and Fraternity. 32
XLIX. The Turf shall be my Fragrant Shrine. 32
No. LI. The Old and the New. 33
PART II. MUSICAL READINGS. 34
No. II. Rest for the Weary. 35
No. III. The Angels. 35
No. IV. An Opening Song. 35
No. V. The Beautiful. 36
No. VI. Walk with the Beautiful. 36
No. VII. In Knowledge there is Safety. 37
No. VIII. The World is Growing Good. 37
No. IX. Remember the Poor. 38
No. X. 38
No. XI. Home Affections. 38
No. XII. Let us Love while we May. 39
No. XIII. Courage. 39
No. XIV. The Golden Side. 40
No. XV. Action. 40
XVI. Let us Gather up the Sunbeams. 41
XVII. Nature’s Teachings. 41
No. XIX. Childhood Morals. 42
No. XVIII. Onward and Sunward. 42
No. XX. Be Kind to Each Other. 43
No. XXI. Nobility. 43
No. XXII. Are we not Brothers? 44
No. XXIII. The Hereafter. 44
No. XXIV. Meet us, Angels, at the G-ate. 45
No. XXV. Our Highest. 45
No. XXVI. Speak, No Matter what Betide. 46
No. XXVII. Sacrifice. 46
No. XXVIII. Your Mission. 46
No. I. The Family of Nations. 47
PART III. CHORAL RESPONSES. 47
No. II. Hymn to Intellectual Beauty. 48
No. III. The Religion of Humanity. 49
No. IV. Joys and Sorrows of Genius. 50
No. V. A Calendar of Saints. 50
No. VI. What is Noble? 51
[Chapter heading not available] 52
No. VII. The Deity. 52
No. VIII. The Higher Pantheism. 52
No. IX. Prayer. 53
No. X. Prayer. 53
No. XX. Parents and Children. 53
No. XII. Love. 54
No. XIII. Duties. 54
No. XIV. Ode to Duty. 55
No. XV. The Conduct of Life. 56
No. XVI. God Knows it All. 57
No. XVII. Body and Spirit. 57
No. XIX. Resolution. 58
No. XVIII. Crown the Prophets. 58
No. XX. Beauty. 59
No. XXI. Life and Death. 59
No. XXII. The Workers Win. 60
No. XXIII. The Religion of Use. 60
No. XXIV. Love On. 61
No. XXV. Charity. 62
XXVI. How to Live. 62
No. XXVII. Proverbs. 63
No. XXVIII. Haste Not ! Rest Not! 63
No. XXIX. Precepts. 64
No. XXX. Nature’s Revelation. 64
No. XXXI. Reform. 65
No. XXXII. Justice and Faith.. 65
IV. 66
No. II. The Beautiful Hills. 66
No. III. Cherish Kindly Feelings. 67
No. IV. Come to the Woods. 68
No. V. Old “Glory Hallelujah.” 68
No. VI. The Unseen City. 69
No. VII. Christmas Bells. 69
No. IX. Be Happy. 70
No. VIII. Morn Amid the Mountains. 70
No. X. The Power of Little Things. 71
No. XI. Marching Song. 71
No. XII. Life’s Beautiful Sea. 72
No. XIII. Moonlight and Starlight. 72
No. XIV. We shall Meet our Friends in the Morning. 72
No. XV. I Live for those who Love Me. 73
No. XVI. O, Sacred Presence! 74
No. XVII. Truth. 74
No. XVIII. The Angels of Consolation. 74
No. XIX. Where the Roses ne’er shall Wither. 75
No. XX. Star of the Evening. 75
No. XXI. Keep a Pure Heart. 75
No. XXII. Scatter the Germs of the Beautiful. 76
No. XXIII. One by One. 77
No. XXIV. Shall We Know the Loved Ones There? 77
No. XXV. Blessings of Trials. 78
No. XXVI. We Love the Father. 78
No. XXIX. Spiritual Liberty. 79
No. XXVII. Nearness to God. 79
No. XXVIII. The Life of Life. 79
No. XXX. Where have the Beautiful Gone? 80
No. XXXI. AU Hail! Sublime! 81
No. XXXII. Morn of Freedom. 81
PART V 82
No. II. The Lyceum Song. 83
No. III. The Law of Love. 83
No. IV. Peace, Perfect Peace. 84
No. V. Better than Gold. 84
No. VI. Maximus. 85
No. VII. The Philosophy of Life. 86
No. VIII. Memorabilia. 86
No. IX. Flowers. 87
No. X. The Kingdom of God. 88
No. XI. Hope on, Hope ever. 88
No. XII. Trust to the Future. 89
No. XIII. The Inward Power. 89
No. XIV. Sowing and Reaping. 90
No. XV. To the Murmurer. 91
No. XVI. The Angel of Death. 91
No. XVII. The Present. 92
No. XVIII. We do not Die. 92
No. XIX. Life. 93
No. XX. Death. 93
No. XXI. Hand in Hand with Angels. 93
No. XXII. Love All. 94
No. XXIII. From the Recesses. 94
No. XXIV. Spirit-Longing. 95
No. XXV. Angel Footsteps. 95
No. XVII. Self Abnegation. 96
No. XXVI. All Men are Equal. 96
No. XXVIII. A Word for the Poets. 97
No. XXVIIIa. Not Lost. 98
No. XXIX. Charity. 99
No. XXX. The Other World. 99
No. XXXI. The Cruse that Faileth Not. 100
No. XXXII. God in the Soul. 100
No. XXXIII. Be True. 100
No. XXXIV. White Souls—White Roses. 101
No. XXXV. Life’s Beatitudes. 102
No. XXXVI. Voices of the Past and Future. 102
No. XXXVII. God is Forever with. Man. 103
No. XXXIX. A Liturgy. 104
No. XXXVIII. Aphorisms. 104
No. XL. God’s Service. 105
No. XL I. Public Duties. 106
No. XLII. The Means and Ends of Social Endeavour. 106
No. XLIII. United. Work. 106
No. XLIV. Spirit-Visits. 107
No. XLV. Love. 107
No. XLVI. Light. 108
No. XLVII. Three Words of Strength. 108
No. XLVIII. 108
CALISTHENICS. 109
SUPPLEMENT TO LYCEUM LEADER. 109
SECOND SERIES. 111
THIRD SERIES. 112
FOURTH SERIES. 113
GROUPS. 113
STANDARDS AND BANNERS. 114
BADGES. 117
PROGRAMME FOR A LYCEUM SESSION. 117
REMARKS ON PROGRAMME 118
MARCHING. 120
SUPPLEMENTARY RECITATIONS. 120
Gratitude. 121
INDEX. 122
MUSICAL READINGS. 123
SONGS AND HYMNS. 123
following books adapted to the Lyceum may be obtained at W. H. TERRY’S, 84 RUSSELL STREET, MELBOURNE. 124

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