Elocution, Or Mental and Vocal Philosophy: Involving the Principles of Reading and Speaking; And Designed for the Development and Cultivation of Both Body and Mind, in Accordance With the Nature, Uses, and Destiny of Man (Classic Reprint)
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Iii this work, the Author has given some of the results of his study and practice, in the department of Mental and Vocal Philosophy, for the last fifteen years. Persons, who are familiar with the subjects discussed, can see how much he is indebted to books, and how much to investigation and experience. Whatever is soon and true in it, belongs to all; for it is from Asovn. If there be anything false and evil, the Author holds him self responsible for it. His endeavor has been, to furnish a book, which may be useful to every one. He believes that a greater variety will be found in this, than in any other work on the subject - a variety, too, which will induce deep and careful thinking, and right feeling and which tends directly, to the end in view, to wit: the development and application, of those principles of mind and Vows, which the Author has been engaged in practicing and teaching, in our principal towns and cities, and Institutions of Learning: notices of which may be seen among the accompanying tes timonials.
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