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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON SPELLING BOOK.
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THE ILLUSTRATED LONDON INSTRUCTOR.
Being a COMPANION to the READING BOOK:
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THE ILLUSTRATED NEW TESTAMENT,
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THE HAND-BOOK TO THE PIANOFORTE.
Comprising an easy Rudimental Introduction to the Study of that Instrument, and Music in general, the an of Fingering, according to the modes of the best Masters, exemplified in various Exercises, Scales, &c, in all the major and minor keys; and interspersed by relaxations from study, consisting of Popular Melodies and Romances, and Selections from the Pianoforte Compositions of the most celebrated masters; also a shirt and easy Introduction to Harmony, or Counterpoint, and a New Vocabulary of Terms. By J. AUGUSFINE WADE, author of the "Dwellings of Fancy," "Songs of the Flowers," "The Two Houses of Grenada/' an Opera; "The Prophecy," an Oratorio, &c.
London: Whittaker and Co., Ave Maria-lane.
To read and speak with elegance and ease,
Are arts polite that never fail to please;
Yet in those arts how very few excel!
Ten thousand men may read—not one read well.
Though all mankind are speakers in a sense,
How few can soar to heights of eloquence!
The sweet melodious singer trills her lays,
And listening crowds go frantic in her praise;
But he who reads or speaks with feeling true,
Charms and delights, instructs, and moves us too.—Bkowhe.
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