Michael Scherer Voice show

Michael Scherer Voice

Summary: MP3 audio narration of The Federalist Papers. Originally published 1787-1788, these essays serve as a primary source for interpreting the United States Constitution. Thomas Jefferson called the Federalist Papers the "best commentary on the principles of government ever written".

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 The Washington Herald August 15, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 9:49

• Man, Seventy-six Years Old, to Wed Woman, Seventy-two • Broken in Health, Famous Jockey is Charged With Stealing Watch • First Taps Heard at Guard Camp • Found Unconscious, Tells Physician He'll Wait to See Nationals Win Flag • Gaynor "Bummed" a Chew (poem) • Reform by George Fitch • Prayers Made for Booth's Recovery • Cats Are Exonerated

 The Washington Herald August 14, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8:05

• Reads MacBeth, Then Murders • Hydro-Aeroplane in Trouble • Woman Sees Man Roasted to Death • Tabloid Tale of the Carribean • Spending the Summer (poem) • Minister Scores Modern Mothers • Transplant Many Trees

 The Washington Herald August 13, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 15:36

• Arrests Own Husband • Minister Would Boom Marriage and Beat Mashers • Mrs. Woodrow Wilson Does Not Approve of Women Smoking • Schloss Makes a Few Threats • With Dying Words Exonerates Chum • One Term Enough for Woman Mayor • Lieut. Scott, U. S. A., Wins $5,000 Prize for Dropping Bombs • Clears Mystery of Lost Babe • New York City by George Fitch • Ty Cobb Whips Would-Be Robbers • Robbed Peter to Pay Peter • Mother of Ten Becomes Nun

 The Washington Herald August 10, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 13:51

• Dyeing Sparrows and Selling Them for Canaries Brings Heavy Fine • Starts Bedbug Farm to Supply Insects to Virginia Farmers • Rufus Seeks a License For Trial Marriage; "Nix" Says Col. Kroll • "Wreck; Several Reported Killed" • Anti-Fly Campaigns • Two Fair Georgians Keep House at Work • Mice by George Fitch • Mistakes Wife for Burglar • Boy, Declared Feeble-Minded, Deported With Mother to England

 The Washington Herald August 9, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:41

• Police Raid "Black Hand" • Farmer, Charged With Killing Wife, Blames "Spell" For Murder • New York to See Giant War Game • Physicians "O. K." One-Foot Skating • Gasoline Inebriates • A Man's Mother • Minnesota by George Fitch

 The Washington Herald August 8, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:32

• Andy Would Tax All Millionaires • Former Bandit Named For County Attorney • Stork Brings Woman Twenty-Eighth Child • Motor Boat Makes Trip Across Ocean • Who Flirts First? Ah, There's the Rub! • Revolution Causes Want in Nicaragua • Bride of Millionaire to Invade New York With Carload of Dogs • Three Girls Killed When Tank Crashes Through Factory Roof • "Au Revoir" Kiss Goes in Capital

 The Washington Herald August 7, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:33

• Embezzler Fires Bullet Into Brain • Girl in Charge of Millionaire Taken by Police • Mexican Rebels in Hard Battle • Shrunk Some (poem) • Couple Wedded and Are Forgiven • Ball Players to Form Big Union

 The Washington Herald August 6, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 9:28

• Pajamas Suggested for Unclad Lobsters • Boosts Red-Haired Husbands • Public Cups Discarded • Commendable Forbearance • Tax on Bachelors • Jersey City by George Fitch

 The Washington Herald August 3, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8:52

• Hard Luck! Listen to Troubles of Suicide in Pennsylvania Town • "Heaven by the Baseball Route" • Frederick Wife Hunter to Give Week's Tryout to Applicant for Job • Broken Bone Held By a Steel Band • August by George Fitch • Anna Nokes Not Only Pebble on the Beach in Vicinity of Wilkesbarre • Schaefer and Altrock May Be Kept Off Line

 The Washington Herald August 2, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 9:59

• Fear Money is Lost • Wives Rule the Kitchens • Vacation by George Fitch • Music One Hundred Years Hence • Origin of an Ancient Song • Caught Through Ruse • Lincoln's Dry Wit

 The Washington Herald July 21, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 8:50

• Sh! Spooks Invade Sleepy Beltsville; Wield Clubs, Too • Kept Proposing to Man; Is Put in Bond to Keep Peace • Sees Capt. Smith, and Then Calls Physician • Suffragette Throws Sack of Flour at Minister Asquith • Woman in Trance Reads Books in Dark; Dresses Like Man and Smokes • Girl Treed by Bears • Knocks Burglar Out With Book • Land of Promise Found for Jews

 The Washington Herald July 19, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:57

• Ignored Black Hand Letters; Girl Is Beaten by Masked Bandits • Ladies of A. O. H. Oppose Suffrage • Capital Holds Pie Record • A Camorra of Our Own • Thin Men • Taft-Roosevelt Fight Drives Him Out of Country • Wells Wins

 The Washington Herald July 18, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 15:21

• Sunday is Picked as 'Hell Fire Day' • John Says He's Off Picking Pockets • Ventilation Test • The Tenacity of the "Drys" • Deadly Diamond Innovation • Fat Men by George Fitch • Bomb Finds Way to White House • Earnest Citizens Rapidly Depleting Cat Choruses • Tom-Tom Cocktail Election Drink

 The Washington Herald July 17, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:54

• Sent to Asylum • Preacher Says Man's Duty to Chickens is Above Church • American Passengers on Liner Go Insane From Intense Heat • Unconscious Girl Found Under Trees • The Light of Dawn • Philadelphia by George Fitch • Bad for "Dips" • Aviator Latham Goes to Death

 The Washington Herald July 16, 1912 | File Type: audio/mpeg | Duration: 10:27

• Greatest Woman in All History • Fishing by George Fitch • Fifth Olympiad Closes; Glory for United States


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