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  1. 101

    Introduction to English, French and German phonetics, with reading lessons and exercises

  2. 102

    Introduction to English, French and German phonetics, with reading lessons and exercises,

  3. 103

    Introduction to English, French and German phonetics, with reading lessons and exercises,

  4. 104

    An introduction to phonetics (English, French and German) with reading lessons and exercises,

  5. 105

    An introduction to the orthography and pronunciation of the English language.

  6. 106

    Latin pronunciation and the Latin alphabet.

  7. 107

    Laws of speech-rhythm

  8. 108

    Lessons in enunciation : comprising a course of elementary exercises and a statement of common errors in articulation, with the rules of correct usage in pronouncing ; to which is added an appendix, containing rules and exercises on the mode of enunciation required for public reading and speaking

  9. 109

    Lessons in enunciation : comprising a course of elementary exercises, and a statement of common errors in articulation, with the rules of correct usage in pronouncing : to which is added an appendix, containing rules and exercises on the mode of enunciation required for public reading and speaking

  10. 110

    Lessons in enunciation, comprising a statement of common errors in articulation, and the rules of correct usage in pronouncing ...

  11. 111

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

  12. 112

    The mechanism of speech : lectures delivered before the American Association to Promote the Teaching of Speech to the Deaf, to which is appended a paper Vowel theories, read before the National Academy of Arts and Sciences

  13. 113

    The mechanism of speech; lectures delivered before the American association to promote the teaching of speech to the deaf, to which is appended a paper Vowell theories read before the National Academy of Arts and Sciences.

  14. 114

    The melody of speaking, delineated; or, Elocution taught like music, by visible signs, adapted to the tones, inflexions, and variations of voice in reading and speaking; with directions for modulation, and expressing the passions ...

  15. 115

    Memoria technica or, A new method of artificial memory, applied to and exemplified in chronology, history, geography, astronomy. Also Jewish Grecian and Roman coins, weights and measures, etc. With tables proper to the respective sciences; and memorial lines adapted to each table.

  16. 116

    Memoria technica: or, A new method of artificial memory, applied to and exemplified in chronology, history, geography, astronomy. Also Jewish, Grecian and Roman coins, weights and measures, etc., with tables proper to the respective sciences, and memorial lines adapted to each table,

  17. 117

    Mnemonics : or, The new science of artificial memory; explained in its application to the study of numbers, the sciences, and to useful occupations of life, whereby the natural memory is greatly assisted and strenghtened ...

  18. 118

    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

  19. 119

    Music and poetry; essays upon some aspects and interrelations of the two arts,

  20. 120

    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

  21. 121

    The 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.

  22. 122

    The 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.

  23. 123

    The 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,

  24. 124

    The 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.

  25. 125

    The 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.

  26. 126

    The music, or melody and rhythmus of the English language; in which are explained ... the five accidents of speech ... and a musical notation ...

  27. 127

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

  28. 128

    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

  29. 129

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

  30. 130

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

  31. 131

    The new English spelling book designed to teach orthography and orthoëpy, with a critical analysis of the language, and a classification of its elements. On a new plan.

  32. 132

    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.

  33. 133

    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.

  34. 134

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

  35. 135

    On speech formation as the basis for true spelling.

  36. 136

    The orthoëpist: a pronouncing manual containing about four thousand five hundred words, including a considerable number of the names of foreign authors, artists, etc. that are often mispronounced,

  37. 137

    The orthoëpist: a pronouncing manual, containing about three thousand five hundred words, including a considerable number of names of foreign authors, artists, etc., that are often mispronounced.

  38. 138

    Orthophony : or, The cultivation of the voice in elocution. A manual of elementary exercises

  39. 139

    Orthophony,

  40. 140

    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

  41. 141

    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

  42. 142

    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

  43. 143

    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.

  44. 144

    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"

  45. 145

    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"

  46. 146

    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 ...

  47. 147

    Orthophony; or, The cultivation of the voice in elocution.

  48. 148

    Orthophony; or, The cultivation of the voice in elocution.

  49. 149

    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".

  50. 150

    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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