Of the origin and progress of language, Volume 6

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AMS Press, 1973 - Language and languages - 473 pages
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Contents

Ch
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added Observations upon the nature
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a Of the importance of Rhetoricit
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Of Rhetorical arguments taken from
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sopher and grammarian may both find
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All the arguments belonging to
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Of the arguments taken from
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Of the division os Rhetoric into
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Education absolutely necessary
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Os the Education necessary to make
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passion or sentiments difference of mat
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Of those who have excelled
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ses Phoenix Ajax very different
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Os the Orators of later times
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Athens and to Asia Returned very
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Gh
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sure in grief and hope accounted
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Os Compositionit gives a variety
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Compoftion in short sentences does
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perbole Epithets Profopopoea
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Of the third class of the figures
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fore not Jo much studied in the Latin
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A taste for writing as well as
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Gh
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fense of the beautiful in sentiments
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BOOK III
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Julius Caesar a greater orator than
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BOOK V
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melody and rhythm of speechand
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The Matter most valuable in every
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dier not so bad as represented by some
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the matter Demosthenes never
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Stile divided into the words and
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suitable to the genius and spirit of
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Lord Mansfields oration pronounced
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