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INTRODUCTION Elocution defined Page i
Introduction to the Theory of Rhetorical Punc
Practical System of Rhetorical Punctuation
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accented acute accent adjective adjuncts admit adverb bers Cæsar cafe Cicero colon comma commencing series concluding series conjunction connexion consisting of single convey Demosthenes distinct distinguished dropping the voice emphasis emphatical word example exclamation falling infle falling inflexion fame finite verb flexion following sentence force former forms perfect fense give grammarians harmony Ibid idea inflexion of voice interrogative sentences interrogative words kind last member last word latter long pause loose sentence lower tone marked modifying words nature necessary nominative noun nounced observed Ovid parenthesis particular passage passion pause and inflexion penultimate member period phatic phrases Pindar pleasures portion praise pronounced pronunciation Propertius punctuation question quires reader reading requires the falling riety rising inflexion Rule semicolon sense separated shew short pause single words succeed slide speaking Spect Spectator substantive tence terminate thing tion tive tone of voice tween variety verb whole xion