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Can Elocution be taught 3 This question has heretofore been asked through ignorance.
PHIL AD EL PHIA :
PU B L IS H ED BY THE AUTHO R.
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Entered, according to the Act of Congress, in the year 1841, by AND REW COM STOCK, M. D.,
in the office of the clerk of the district court of the United States in and for the eastern district of Pennsylvania.
STEREOTYPED BY J. F.A.G.A.N.
PRINTED BY J. KAY, JUN. AND BRother.
HIS work is a system of Theoretical and Practical Elocution. It is de
of o o signed for the use of Schools and Colleges,
as well as for the instruction of private individuals who desire to improve them* selves in the art of reading and speaking.
* The arrangement of the several parts of
the work is strictly systematic: each is discussed in its natural order, and with as much brevity as consists with perspicuity.
The analysis of the vocal elements of the English language, and the minute de
postures of the mouth in the energetic utterance of the elements, will be found S a valuable auxiliary in the acquisition of this knowledge,