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    Aristotle's art of poetry.Translated from the original Greek, according to Mr. Theodore Goulston's edition. Together, with Mr. D'acier's notes translated from the French.

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    Aristotle's Rhetoric ;or, The true grounds and principles of oratory: shewing, the right art of pleading and speaking in full assemblies and courts of judicature. Made English by the translators of the art of thinking ...

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    Aristotle's theory of poetry and fine art,

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    Aristotle's treatise on poetry, translatedwith notes on the translation, and on the original; and two dissertations, on poetical, and musical, imitation. By Thomas Twining, M.A.

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    Aristotle's treatise on rhetoric

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    Arnold on Translating HomerFraser's magazine.

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    The Art and Accomplishment of VerseLondon society.

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    The art of criticismAs exemplified in Dr. Johnson's lives of the most eminent English poets.

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    The art of delivering written language.

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    The art of elocution :from the simple articulation of the elemental sounds of language, up to the highest tone of expression in speech attainable by the human voice.

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    The art of elocution as an essential part of rhetoric :with instructions in gesture and an appendix of oratorical, poetical, and dramatic extracts

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    The art of English poetry

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    The art of English poetry :containing, I. Rules for making verses. II. A dictionary of rhymes. III. A collection of the most natural, agreeable, and noble thoughts, viz. allusions, similes, descriptions, and characters, of persons and things; that are to be found in the best English poets.

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    The art of English poetry containing

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    THE ART OF ENGLISH POETRY.Critical, poetical, and dramatic works. By John Penn, Esq. ...

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    The art of English poetry:vol. the IIId and IVth, which, with the two former volumes, make a compleat common-place-book of English poetry, containing the most natural, instructive, diverting and sublime thoughts ... that are in the works of our most celebrated poets, ancient and modern, alphabetically digested and brought down to the present time ...

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    The art of English poetry;

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    The art of poetry on a new planillustrated with a great variety of examples from the best English poets; and of translations from the ancients: Together with such Reflections and critical Remarks as may tend to form in our Youth an elegant Taste, and render the Study of this Part of the Belles Lettres more rational and pleasing.

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    The art of poetry on a new planillustrated with a great variety of examples from the best English poets; and of translations from the ancients: Together with such Reflections and critical Remarks as may tend to form in our Youth an elegant Taste, and render the Study of this Part of the Belles Lettres more rational and pleasing.

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    The art of poetry, accoding to the latest improvements.A poem. By Sir Simon Swan, baronet. Published by Joseph Fawcett, author of the Art of war, a poem; and a war elegy.

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    The art of poetry,written in French by the Sieur de Boileau. In four canto's. Made English, by Sir William Soames. Since revis'd by John Dryden, Esq;.

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    THE ART OF POETRY.The miscellaneous works of John Dryden, Esq; containing all his original poems, tales, and translations, in four volumes. ...

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    THE Art of Poetry. IN Four CANTO's.The works of Monsieur Boileau. Made English from the last Paris edition, by several hands. To which is prefix'd his life, written to Joseph Addision, Esq; by Mr. Des Maizeaux. And some account of this translation by N. Rowe, Esq; Adorn'd with cuts.

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    The art of pronuntiation,digested into two parts: vox audienda & vox videnda ....

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    THE ART OF PUNNING.A supplement to Dr. Swift's works, being the fourteenth in the collection: containing miscellanies in prose and verse, by the dean; Dr. Delany, Dr. Sheridan, Mrs. Johnson, and others, his intimate friends. With explanatory notes on all the former volumes, and an index, by the editor.

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    The art of reading aloud in pulpit, lecture room, or private reunions ...

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    The art of reading and speaking.

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    The art of reading and writing Englishor, the chief principles and rules of pronouncing our mother-tongue, both in Prose and Verse; with a Variety of Instructions for True Spelling. Written at first for Private Use, and now Published for the Benefit of all Persons who desire a better Acquaintance with their Native Language. By I. Watts, D.D.

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    THE ART OF READING and WRITING ENGLISH, &c.The works of the late reverend and learned Isaac Watts, D.D. published by himself, and now collected into six volumes. In which are also inserted the second part of the Improvement of the mind, An essay on education, and some additions to his Miscellaneous thoughts in prose and verse. Now first published from his manuscripts, and, the Direction of his Will, revised and corrected by D. Jennings, D.D. and the late P. Doddridge, D.D. ...

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    The art of rhetoric made easyor, the elements of oratory. Book II. Being the substance of Dionysius Longinus's celebrated treatise of The sublime, ... In several letters to a friend.

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    The art of rhetoric made easy:

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    The art of rhetorick laid down in an easy entertaining manner, and illustrated with several beautiful orations from Demosthenes, Cicero, Sallust, Homer, Shakespear, Milton, &c. Being the sixth volume of the Circle of the sciences, &c. By the King's Autharity

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    The art of right spelling and pronouncing all the words of the English tongue.Very useful for all persons that are desirous to learn to write properly, and to know how to Spell those Words which are not Writ in the same Manner as they are Pronounced. By which also Foreigners may be Instructed how to Pronounce the most Difficult and Troublesome Words of the English Tongue. To which is added, an exact account of all the stops, marks, and references that commonly occur in authors.

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    The art of scansion :

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    The art of singing and vocal declamation

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    The art of speaking

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    The art of speaking

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    The art of speaking in publickor an essay on the action of an orator; as to his pronunciation and gesture. Useful in the senate or theatre, the court, the camp, as well as the bar and pulpit.

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    The art of speaking in publik:or, An essay on the action of an orator; as to his pronunciation and gesture. Useful in the senate or theatre, the court, the camp, as well as the bar and pulpit.

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    The art of speaking; upon an entire new plan. And in which the operations and emotions of the mind are particularly considered. The whole illustrated by a numerous Selection of Examples, Ancient and Modern, In Prose and Verse. Calculated to form the minds of Youth to ajust Sense of Propriety in Mental Delivery, And not unworthy the perusal of the Gentlemen of The Bar, The Pulpit, OR, The Stace

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    The Art of TranslationThe Journal of education.

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    The art of writing English :a manual for students, with chapters on paraphrasing, essay-writing, précis-writing, punctuation, and other matters

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    The art of writing verse,

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    The arte of English poesie.

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    The arts of logick and rhetorick,illustrated by examples taken out of the best authors, Antient and Modern, In all the Polite Languages. Interpreted and explain'd by that Learned and Judicious Critick, Father Bouhours. To which are added, parallel quotations out of the most eminent English authors in Verse and Prose: Wherein the like Observations are made on their Beauties and Blemishes, in all the various Kinds of Thought and Expression.

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    Aspects of literature

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    The Assembly of Gods: or, The Accord of Reason and Sensuality in the Fear of Death. By John Lydgate.The assembly of gods, or, The accord of reason and sensuality in the fear of death

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    An attempt to render the pronunciation of the English language more easy to foreigners: being the abridgment of a larger work ... entitled. A dictionary of the English and French languages, ... By William Smith, A.M

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    Attempts at Classical Metres in QuantityThe Cornhill magazine.

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    Attic & Elizabethan tragedy,

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