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    Advanced elocution;

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    Advanced elocution; designed as a practical treatise for teachers and students in vocal training, articulation, physical culture and gesture,

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    Advanced elocution; designed as a practical treatise for teachers and students in vocal training, articulation, physical culture and gesture,

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    The American system of English grammar : to which will soon be appended a key and exercise, developing the constructive principles of the English language ...

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    Analytical vocabulary, or, Analytical system of teaching orthography : in which the spelling, meaning, and construction of 80,000 words are taught from 8,000 roots

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    The art of scansion :

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    The basis of English rhythm

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    The basis of English rhythm.

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    The child's friend : being an entirely new, and systematic arrangement of all the sounds, combinations of characters, and exceptions in the English language ...

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    Comstock's elocution, enlarged : a system of vocal gymnastics designed for the promotion of health, cure of stammering, and defective articulation ...

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    A criticism of systems of Hebrew metre; an elementary treatise,

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    The dictionary of English inflected words, with the syllabication of all the words according to a system founded on well-defined principles; and the system of syllabication as applied to poetry and the scansion of verse. Forming Part II of The handy English word book.

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    The essentials of phonetics: containing the theory of a universal alphabet, together with its practical application ... in lieu of a second edition of the "Alphabet of nature."

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    Eur-Aryan roots, with their English derivatives and the corresponding words in the cognate languages compared and systematically arranged,

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    A general critical grammar of the Inglish language : on a system novel, and extensive : exhibiting investigations of the analogies of language written, and spoken ... to which is prefixt a discourse on the study of languages in polite education

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    A grammar of the dialect of Lorton (Cumberland) historical and descriptive; with an appendix on the Scandinavian element, dialect specimens and a glossary,

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    A grammar on an entirely new system

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    Illustrations of English rhythmus,

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    The Indoeuropean superstress and the evolution of verse,

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    The influence of a stress accent in Latin poetry.

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    Institutes of grammar, as applicable to the English langage, or as introductory to the study of other languages, systematically arranged, and briefly explained. To which are added some chronological tables.

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    Laws of speech-rhythm

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    The measures of the poets; a new system of English prosody,

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    The model 20th century speaker : a book of entertainment for home, school and church : recitations, readings, plays, drills, tableux, etc., together with rules for physical culture and for the training of the voice and the use of gesture, according to the Delsarte system

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    Music of nature, or, An attempt to prove that what is passionate and pleasing in the art of singing, speaking, and performing upon musical instruments, is derived from the sounds of the animated world : with curious and interesting illustrations

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    A natural system of elocution and oratory : founded on an analysis of human constitution, considered in its three-fold nature--mental, physiological and expressional

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    A new and practical system of the culture of voice and action : and a complete analysis of the human passions, with an appendix of readings and recitations designed for public speakers, teachers, and students

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    A new and practical system of the culture of voice and action : with an appendix of readings and recitations

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    A new and practical system of the culture of voice and action, with an appendix of readings and recitations.

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    New science of elocution. The elements and principles of vocal expression in lessons, with exercises and selections systematically arranged for acquiring the art of reading and speaking.

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    New science of elocution. The elements and principles of vocal expression in lessons, with exercises and selections systematically arranged for acquiring the art of reading and speaking.

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    A new system of English etymology: consisting of a pupil's manual and a teacher's class-book.

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    Orthophony, or The cultivation of the voice in elocution. A manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Dr. Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice," and the system of vocal culture

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    Orthophony, or the cultivation of the voice in elocution; a manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice," and the system of vocal culture

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    Orthophony, or the cultivation of the voice in elocution; a manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice," and the system of vocal culture

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    Orthophony, or Vocal culture. A manual of elementary exercises for the cultivation of the voice in elocution. Founded upon Dr. James Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice," and the system of vocal gymnastics introduced by Mr. James E. Murdoch.

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    Orthophony, or, The cultivation of the voice in elocution : a manual of elementary exercises adapted to Dr. Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice" and the system of vocal culture introduced by Mr. James Murdoch : designed as an introduction to Russell's "American elocutionist"

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    Orthophony, or, The cultivation of the voice, in elocution : a manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Dr. Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice," and the system of vocal culture introduced by Mr. James E. Murdoch : designed as an introduction to Russell's "American elocutionist"

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    Orthophony; or the Cultivation of the voice in elocution. A manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Dr. Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice", and the system of vocal culture introduced by Mr. James E. Murdoch ...

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    Orthophony; or, The cultivation of the voice in elocution. A manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Dr. Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice", and the system of vocal culture introduced by Mr. James E. Murdoch. Designed as an introduction to Russell's "American elocutionist".

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    Orthophony; or, The cultivation of the voice, in elocution: a manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Dr. Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice," and the system of vocal culture

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    Orthophony; or, The cultivation of the voice, in elocution: a manual of elementary exercises, adapted to Dr. Rush's "Philosophy of the human voice," and the system of vocal culture introduced by Mr. James E. Murdoch. Designed as an introduction to Russell's "American elocutionist."

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    The philosophic alphabet : with an explanation of its principles, and a variety of extracts, illustrating its adaptation to the sounds of the English language ... to which is added, a philosophic system of punctuation

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    Practical English prosody and versification; or, Descriptions of the different species of English verse, with exercises in scanning and versification ... calculated to produce correctness of ear and taste in reading and writing poetry ...

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    Rhymes and meters, a practical manual for versifiers

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    Rhymes and meters. A practical manual for versifiers.

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    The rhymester: or, The rules of rhyme. A guide to English versification. With a dictionary of rhymes, an examination of classical measures, and comments upon burlesque, comic verse and song writing.

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    The rhymester: or, The rules of rhyme. A guide to English versification. With a dictionary of rhymes, an examination of classical measures, and comments upon burlesque, comic verse and song-writing.

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    The rhymester: or, The rules of rhyme. A guide to English versification. With a dictionary of rhymes, an examination of classical measures, and comments upon burlesque, comic verse and song-writing.

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    The rhythmical reader : being a selection of pieces in prose and verse, presented under a system of notation which exhibits the measure of speech, the quantities of syllables, and the just admeasurement of pauses, designed for the use of schools as well as for the instruction of private individuals who wish to improve themselves in the art of reading and speaking

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