An Essay on Elocution: Designed for the Use of Schools and Private Learners (Classic Reprint)
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Of all t e labours done under the sun the labours of the pen meet with the poorest reward. Even in this age of much li ht and more reading, an author is often compelled to live on short a lowance, and trudge on foot, whilst his more ortunate bookseller revels in luxury, and rolls along in his coach. An ignorant fellow may easily grow ric by selling almanacks, tape, toys, turnips, and teakettles, where a talented author would starve.
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