An Essay on Elocution: Or, Pronunciation. Intended Chiefly for the Assistance of Those who Instruct Others in the Art of Reading. And of Those who are Often Called to Speak in Publick. By John Mason, A.M.
J. Buckland; J. Waugh, 1757 - 43 pages
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