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Online at: January 27 - Court House, Carson City, Nevada - "Third Annual Message" - text not available See Mark Twain's description of the speech in his article to the Virginia City Territorial Enterprise. 1866 October 2 - Maguire's Opera House, San Francisco, California - "Sandwich Islands" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. October 11 - November 27 - Lecture Tour in California and Nevada. Towns and cities on the tour included: October 11 - Sacramento, California October 15 - Marysville, California October 20 - Grass Valley, California October 23 - Nevada City, California October 24 - Red Dog, California October 25 - You Bet, California October 31 - Maguire's Opera House, Virginia City, Nevada November 3 - Carson City, Nevada December 10 - Congress Hall, San Francisco, California - "Sandwich Islands" One version of this speech is published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. March 25 - April 9 - Midwest Lecture Tour: 5 engagements - "Sandwich Islands" One version of this speech is published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Also see Steve Railton's website at the University of Virginia for more details of this tour including map. Louis, Missouri March 26 - Mercantile Library Hall, St. "Charade" - text not available April 6 - Literary Society of Rev. November 17 - March 3, 1869 Eastern Lecture Tour: at least 43 engagements - "The American Vandal Abroad" One version of this speech is published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Also see Steve Railton's website at the University of Virginia for more details of this tour including map. Methodist Church, Galena, Illinois February 1 - Strawn's Hall, Jacksonville, Illinois February 13 - Ravenna, Ohio February 15 - Alliance, Ohio February 16 - Corinthian Hall, Titusville, Pennsylvania February 17 - Franklin, Pennsylvania February 23 - Taylor Hall, Trenton, New Jersey February 25 - Stuyvesant, New York March 1 - Concert Hall, Geneseo, New York March 3 - Arcade Hall, Lockport, New York March 16 - Newtown, New York March 20 - Sharon, Pennsylvania June 5 - Press Club Dinner, New York City - "Reliable Contraband" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. November 1 - January 21, 1870 Lecture Tour: At least 49 engagements - "Our Fellow Savages of the Sandwich Islands" One version of this speech is published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Also see Steve Railton's web site at the University of Virginia for more details on on this tour. 1871 October 16 - February 27, 1872, Lecture tour, at least 77 engagements included three different speeches. From Budd's update: Mark Twain's Letters: Volume 5 (1872-1873), pp. 1873 January 31 - Benefit for Father Hawley, Allyn Hall, Hartford, Connecticut - "Sandwich Islands" In a letter to the Hartford Courant, January 29, 1873, Mark Twain said that charity is "a dignified and respectworthy thing, and there is small merit about it and less grace when it don't cost anything. Lectures arranged under the management of George Dolby: October 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18 - Queen's Concert Rooms, Hanover Square, London, England - "Sandwich Islands" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. October 20 - Liverpool Institute, Liverpool, England - "Sandwich Islands" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. - text not available The Boston Transcript said, February 17, 1874: "Mark Twain gave a brief description of his reception in England, saying that he was very successful in the object of his visit there, which was to teach people good morals, and to introduce some of the improvements of the present century." February 17 September 16 - Opening of the play The Gilded Age, Park Theatre, New York City - Curtain Speech. The Boston Transcript, December 16, 1874, calling Mark Twain's speech one of the brightest of the evening, summarized his remarks: "once when sailing on the blue Mediterranean ...June 12 - Maguire's Opera House, San Francisco, California - Presentation Speech. Louis, Missouri April 2 - Brittingham Hall, Hannibal, Missouri Brittingham Hall was better known as the Avery Burch Building. For Mark Twain's comments on this speech, see his letters from Washington published in the Alta, January 28, 1868 and February 19, 1868. Charles Wadsworth's Calvary Presbyterian Church, San Francisco, California - Informal speech - text not available See Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 2, 1867-1868, p. April 9 - Methodist Episcopal Church, Oakland, California - text not available See Mark Twain's Letters, Volume 2, 1867-1868, p. April 14 and 15 - Platt's Hall, San Francisco, California - "The Frozen Truth" - an account of the Quaker City voyage - only a partial text survives April 17 - 29 - Lecture Tour, California and Nevada: at least 7 engagements - "Pilgrim Life" One version of this speech is published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Also see Steve Railton's website at the University of Virginia for more details of this tour including map and publicity. Under the management of James Redpath, the following cities were on the tour: November 1 - Academy of Music, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November 9 - Harrington's Opera House, Providence, Rhode Island November 10 - Music Hall, Boston, Massachusetts November 11 - Trinity Church, Charlestown, Massachusetts November 13 - Norwich, Connecticut November 15 - Clinton Hall, Clinton, Massachusetts November 16 - Holyoke, Massachusetts November 17 - Gothic Hall, Danvers, Massachusetts November 19 - Town Hall, Jamaica Plain, Massachusetts November 23 - Allyn Hall, Hartford, Connecticut November 26 - Unidentified town (mentioned in a letter from SLC to Olivia Clemens) November 29 - Congregational Church, Newtonville, Massachusetts November 30 - Thompsonville, Connecticut December 1 - Brooklyn Library Society, Brooklyn, New York December 3 - Collingwood's Opera House, Poughkeepsie, New York December 6 - Beecher's Plymouth Church, Brooklyn, New York December 7 - Academy of Music, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania December 8 - Lincoln Hall, Washington, D. December 9 - Germantown, Pennsylvania December 10 - Methodist Church, Mount Vernon, New York December 11 - Town Hall, West Meriden, Connecticut December 13 - Union Hall, New Britain, Connecticut December 14 - Warren, Massachusetts December 15 - Armory Hall, Pawtucket, Rhode Island December 16 - Rumford Institute, Waltham, Massachusetts December 20 - Canton, Massachusetts December 21 - Hudson, Massachusetts December 22 - Mercantile Library, Portland, Maine December 23 - Town Hall, Rockport, Massachusetts December 24 - Slatersville, Rhode Island December 27 - Music Hall, New Haven, Connecticut December 28 - Taylor Hall, Trenton, New Jersey December 29 - Opera House, Newark, New Jersey December 30 - Landmesser Hall, Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania December 31 - Opera House, Williamsport, Pennsylvania January 4 - Wilson Hall, Oswego, New York January 6 - Amenia, New York January 7 - Egberts Hall, Cohoes, New York January 10 - Tweddle Hall, Albany, New York January 11 - Union Place Hall, West Troy, New York January 12 - Rondout, New York January 13 - Hubbard Hall, Cambridge, New York January 14 - Mechanic's Hall, Utica, New York January 15 - Doolittle Hall , Oswego, New York January 17 - First Methodist Church, Baldwinsville, New York January 18 - Ogdensburg, New York January 19 - Normal School Chapel, Fredonia, New York January 20 - Hornell Library, Hornellsville, New York January 21 - Institute Hall, Jamestown, New York From Budd's update: June 23 - Female Academy, Buffalo, New York - Commencement Exercises Speech. Also see Steve Railton's web site at the University of Virginia for more details on this tour including map, ads and reviews. We would like to have a thousand dollars in the house; we point to the snow and the thermometer; we call Hartford by name, and we are not much afraid but that she will step to the front and answer for herself.... July 4 - Meeting of Americans, London, England - Dinner Speech. he tried to give the impression that he was a poet. - Asylum Hill Church, Hartford, Connecticut - Readings - text not available The Hartford Courant of Thursday, December 16, 1875, p.November 28 & 29 - Academy of Music, Baltimore, Maryland. 28 performance included a reading of "The Tragic Tale of the Fishwife") December 1 - Town Hall, Adams, Massachusetts December 2 - Music Hall, Troy, New York December 3 - Wilgus Opera House, Ithaca, New York December 4 - Grand Opera House, Syracuse, New York December 5 - Opera House, Utica, New York December 6 (two performances) - Academy of Music, Rochester, New York - Elks Lodge, New Osburn house, Rochester, New York - speech. December 8 - Horticulture Gardens Pavilion, Toronto, Canada December 9 - Horticulture Gardens Pavilion, Toronto, Canada December 10 - Concert Hall, Buffalo, New York - "Personal Episodes," "A Ghost Story," and "King Sollermun" December 11 - Concert Hall, Buffalo, New York - "Encounter with an Interviewer," "Certain Personal Episodes," "How I Lost the Editorship," and "A Sure Cure" December 12 - University Hall, Ann Arbor, Michigan December 13 - Powers' Opera House, Grand Rapids, Michigan December 15 - Opera House, Toledo, Ohio December 16 - Whitney's, Detroit, Michigan December 17 - Case Hall, Cleveland, Ohio - "Personal Anecdote," "A Ghost Story," and Selections from Huckleberry Finn Christmas Recess December 29 - Cumberland Presbyterian Church, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania - "Tragic Tale of the Fishwife" and Infestation of Phelps' cabin with snakes and rats December 30 - Grand Opera House, Dayton, Ohio December 31 - Hamilton, Ohio Under the management of Ozias Pond, brother of James B.Pond: January 1 - Court House, Paris, Kentucky January 2 - Odeon Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio - "A Dazzling Achievement," "Tragic Tale of the Fishwife," and "A Trying Situation" January 3 (first performance) - Odeon Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio - "King Sollermun," "Tragic Tale of the Fishwife," and "A Trying Situation" January 3 (second performance) - Odeon Hall, Cincinnati, Ohio - "Personal Episodes," "How I Lost the Editorship," and Selection January 5 - Leiderkranz Hall, Louisville, Kentucky - Certain Personal Episodes, "How I Lost the Editorship," and Selection January 6 - Leiderkranz Hall, Louisville, Kentucky January 7 - Plymouth Church, Indianapolis, Indiana - "Dick Baker's Cat" January 8 - Chatterton's Opera House, Springfield, Illinois January 9 & 10 - Mercantile Library Hall , St.December 22 - New England Society Dinner, New York City - "The Weather" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. 2 in an article titled "A Package Party" reported the entertainment would depend upon the auctioneer and that Mark Twain was scheduled to officiate in that capacity. Gaudens, Pinero, Bram Stoker, Forbes Robertson, John Singer Sargent, Henry Irving, Julian Hawthorne, Andrew Lang, and Edmund Gosse. Cable, Hartford Club, Hartford, Connecticut - Speech - text not available Of this late party Cable remarked upon an "abundance of innocent fun.From Budd's update: February 6 - Press Club, Steinway Hall, New York City - Readings - "Encounter with an Interviewer" and "Dueling Experiences" The New York Times of February 7, p. March 26 - Monday Evening Club, Hartford, Connecticut - "Advantages of Travel" - text not available July 31 - Opening of Ah Sin, Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York City - Curtain Speech Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. October 2 - Putnam Phalanx Dinner, Hartford, Connecticut - Dinner Speech Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Also reported in The New York Times, October 7, 1877 December 12 - Seminary Hall, Hartford, Connecticut - Introducing William Dean Howells Howells was appearing on the Seminary Hall Lecture Course. ) The Kinsmen, New York City - Speech - text not available According to Paul Fatout, the Kinsmen was a club without dues, clubhouse, officers or bylaws. For further information, see Laurence Hutton's, Talks in a Library, page 326-28 and Brander Matthews, The Tocsin of Revolt, page 255. There were a hundred good things said that I suppose I'll never remember." Also see Laurence Hutton's, Talks in a Library, pp. April 5 - Saturday Morning Club, Hartford, Connecticut - Introducing George W. Cable, His Life and Letters, edited by Lucy Bikle, Charles Scribner's Sons, 1928, p. May 23 - Royal literary and Scientific Society, Ottawa, Canada - "On Adam" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. May 27 - Rideau Hall, Ottawa, Canada - Readings - text not available - Decorative Art Society, home of Mrs.Sellers in a New Role," "How I Lost the Editorship," "A Sure Cure," and "Jim's Bank" Reviewed in The New York Times, November 19, 1884 November 20 - Opera House, Newburgh, New York - "King Sollermun," "Tragic Tale of the Fishwife," "A Trying Situation," and "A Ghost Story" November 21 - Association Hall, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - "King Sollermun," "Tragic Tale of the Fishwife," "A Trying Situation," and "A Ghost Story" November 22 (two performances) - Academy of Music, Brooklyn, New York - "Encounter with an Interviewer," "Buck Fanshaw's Funeral," "Col. Arthur was in attendance.) - "Tragic Tale of the Fishwife," "King Sollermun," "Encounter with an Interviewer," "Col. According to a report titled "The Elks' Social," in the Rochester Democrat & Chronicle, 8 December 1884, p.

Lorch, "Mark Twain in Iowa," Iowa Journal of History and Politics 27, no. 1863 July 8 - Collins House Opening, Virginia City, Nevada - Speech - text not available A new hotel called for toasts, proposed by Tom Fitch, Rollin M. According to the next day's Virginia City Evening Bulletin, "Perhaps the speech of the evening was made by Sam Clemens.

5 reported he read "Encounter with an Interviewer" and his "Dueling Experiences," which kept the audience in constant laughter. Of Mark Twain's introduction, the Hartford Times, December 13, 1877, gives a fragment: "The gentleman who is now to address you is the editor of the Atlantic Monthly. November 12 - Army of the Tennessee Reunion, Haverly's Theatre, Chicago, Illinois - Impromptu remarks Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. November 13 - Army of the Tennessee Reunion Banquet, Palmer House, Chicago, Illinois - "The Babies" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. November 14 - Founding of Press Club, Chicago, Illinois - Speech - text not available According to Paul Fatout, a letter from A. Hardy to Mark Twain, MTP, says that after the reunion banquet at the Palmer House, about fifty men gathered in the underground cafe of Captain Jim Simms on Clark Street. Readings - Online at: 21 - Monday Evening Club, Hartford, Connecticut - Reading - "Phrenography" - text not available December 8 - Dinner for Mark Twain, Windsor Hotel, Montreal, Canada - Dinner Speech Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. December 22 - New England Society, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania - "Plymouth Rock and the Pilgrims" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. 1882 January 31 - Frechette Dinner, Holyoke, Massachusetts - "On After-Dinner Speaking" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. December 22 - New England Society, Delmonico's, New York City - "Woman - God Bless Her" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. 1883 February 19 - Monday Evening Club, Hartford, Connecticut - Reading - "What is Happiness? It was established by Lawrence Barrett, the name suggested by Laurence Hutton to symbolize practitioners of kindred arts who made up the membership. April 4 - Unity Hall, Hartford, Connecticut - Introducing George W. Franklin Whitmore, Farmington Avenue, Hartford, Connecticut - Reading - text not available According to the Hartford Daily Courant, June 8, 1883, p.

He has a reputation in the literary world which I need not say anything about. November 30 - Artists Club, Munich, Germany - Speech or Story - text not available In Notebook 13, October 13, 1878 - January 1879, MTP, Mark Twain comments briefly on this "blowout" for Toby Rosenthal, American expatriate painter, chiefly on the speech of Consul Horstmann, who interpolated rhymed doggerel, each stanza ending with "Toby Rosenthal. There were sandwiches, wurst, pretzels, beer, ale, Scotch, and a great deal of talk, Mark Twain acting as a sort of chairman at the head of the table. A note scrawled on the letter by Mark Twain, evidently one of the stayers, says that the Chicago Press Club was founded that night about seven in the morning. Readings - "Clarence and Eugene," "How I Escaped Being Killed in a Duel," "Cure for Stammering" See Philip Leon's Mark Twain and West Point, ECW Press, 1996. Mark Twain attended as the guest of Hutton in 1883. 2, "City Briefs" Twain gave a series of readings from his own writings to about 150 members and friends of the Decorative Art Society.

) - Meerschaum Pipe Presentation, Virginia City, Nevada - Speech - text not available According to Paul Fatout, at a convivial get together, several of Mark Twain's friends gave him a handsome, but fake, meerschaum pipe. February 27 - College Hall, Amherst, Massachusetts - "Roughing It" One version of this speech is published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. September 6 - Whitefriars Club, London, England - Dinner Speech. When one of the sheriffs proposed the health of Mark Twain, he was applauded, then responded to the toast. December 15 - Atlantic Dinner, Boston, Massachusetts.

Before discovering the hoax, he made an elaborate speech of thanks, which began, said Dan De Quille, "with the introduction of tobacco into England by Sir Walter Raleigh, and wound up with George Washington." See "Reporting With Mark Twain," California Illustrated, July 1893, pp. December 11 - Third House, Carson City, Nevada - Remarks as President - text not available Unanimously elected president of the Third House, Mark Twain presided at a turbulent session, of which he wrote an exaggerated account for the Virginia Territorial Enterprise. Henry Nash Smith and Frederick Anderson (Berkeley, 1957) pages 102-10. One version of this speech is published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Also see Steve Railton's website at the University of Virginia for more details on this tour including map and reviews. Louis, Missouri - "Jim Smiley's Jumping Frog" Mentioned in a letter to the San Francisco Alta California published May 19, 1867. "Composition--the Cow" - text not available The shipboard program was called "Country School Exhibition." See Mark Twain's letter to the Alta California, September 6, 1868. Torbert and by Clemens himself, the following cities were on the Eastern Lecture Tour: November 17 - Case Hall, Cleveland, Ohio November 19 - Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania November 23 - Opera House, Elmira, New York December 2 - Washington Hall, Rondout, New York December 9 - Opera House, Newark, New Jersey December 11 - Norwich, New York December 16 - Scranton, Pennsylvania December 19 - Fort Plain, New York December 22 - Young Men's Hall, Detroit, Michigan December 23 - Lansing, Michigan December 25 - Charlotte, Michigan December 26 - Tecumseh, Michigan December 30 - Methodist Church, Akron, Ohio January 2 - Hamilton's Hall, Fort Wayne, Indiana January 4 - The Metropolitan, Indianapolis, Indiana January 6 - Brown's Hall, Rockford, Illinois January 7 - Library Hall, Chicago, Illinois January 8 - Hardin's Hall, Monmouth, Illinois January 9 - Galesburg, Illinois January 11 - Rouse's Opera House, Peoria, Illinois January 12 - Powers' Hall, Decatur, Illinois January 13 - Methodist Episcopal Church, Ottawa, Illinois January 14 - Burtis Opera House, Davenport, Iowa January 15 - Metropolitan Hall, Iowa City, Iowa January 20 - White's Hall, Toledo, Ohio January 21 - Whittlesey Hall, Norwalk, Ohio January 22 - Protestant Orphan Asylum Benefit, Case Hall, Cleveland, Ohio - "The American Vandal Abroad" Plus concluding remarks published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. January 25 - Academy of Music, Marshall, Michigan January 26 - Batavia, Illinois January 27 - Fry's Hall, Freeport, Illinois January 28 - Russell Hall, Waterloo, Iowa January 29 - Bench St. Text states Clemens wrote the speech but it was read by David Gray. The London Times, September 30, 1872, called it "an amusing speech." See Love Letters of Mark Twain, edited by Dixon Wecter (Harper & Bros., 1949), pp.178-79. Andrew's Society, Salutation Tavern, London, England - "The Guests" Lectures arranged under the management of George Dolby: December 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6 - Queen's Concert Rooms, Hanover Square, London, England - "Sandwich Islands" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. - Scottish Corporation, London, England - "The Ladies" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. Lectures arranged under the management of George Dolby: December 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 - Queen's Concert Rooms, London, England - "Roughing It" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. December 12 - Scotch Morayshire Dinner, London, England - Dinner Speech - "The Visitors" - text not available 1874 January 8 - Leicester, England - "Roughing It" - Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. January 9 - Liverpool Institute, Liverpool, England - "Roughing It" - Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. January 10 - Liverpool Institute, Liverpool, England - "Sandwich Islands" and "Jumping Frog" Published in Mark Twain Speaking, pp. February 16 - Wilkie Collins Dinner, Boston, Massachusetts - Dinner Speech. October 12 - Insurance Men's Banquet for Cornelius Walford, Allyn House, Hartford, Connecticut - Dinner Speech. Dinner Speech - text not available Howells was toastmaster, and among those present were Aldrich, Holmes, George Cary Eggleston, and Henry James.

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