Lessons in Elocution, Or, A Selection of Pieces, in Prose and Verse, for the Improvement of Youth in Reading & Speaking: To which are Prefixed Elements of Gesture : Illustrated by Four Plates, and Rules for Expressing, with Propriety, the Various Passions, &c. of the Mind. Also, an Appendix, Containing Lessons on a New Plan

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W Character of Cataline Sallust
70
Qn good breeding Chesterfield
78
Advantages of and motives to cheerfulness Shectator
84
SECTION III
119
Page
121
The folly of inconsistent expectations Mitkin
126
Advantages of commerce Shectator
133
Shectator
139
Description of the amphitheatre
153
The character of Mary queen of Scots Robertson
156
The character of queen faume
158
Charles Vs resignation of his dominions Rºbertson
160
Importance of virtue Price
165
Flattery Theophrastus
167
The absent man Shºctator
168
The monk Sterne 1 0
171
On the headdress of the ladies Shectator
172
On the present and a future state ib
175
Uncle Tobys benevolence Sterne
178
Story of the seige of Calais Fool of Quality
179
SECTION V
184
On the structure of animals Shectator
185
On natural and fantastical pleasures Guardian
189
The folly and madness of ambition illustrated World
193
Battle of Pharsalia and the death of Pompey Goldsmith
197
Character of king Alfred Hume
202
Awkwardness in company Chesterfield
203
Virtue mans highest interest urris
204
On the pleasure arising from objects of sight Shectator
205
Liberty and slavery Sterne
208
The cant cf criticism ib
209
Parallel between Pope and Dryden Johnson
211
The shepherd and the philosopher Gay
221
Ode to Leaven Water Smollet 222
222
4 Rural charms Goldsmith ib 5 The painter who pleased nobody and every body Gay
224
Diversity in the human character Poſie 226
226
The toilet i5
227
The hermit Parmel ib 9 On the death of Mrs Mason Mason
232
Extract from the temple of fame Poſic
233
A panegyric on Great Britain Thomson
234
Hymn to the Deity on the seasons of
237
The camelion AMerrick
240
On the order of nature Poſhe
241
to adversity Gray
255
The Passions An ode Collins
256
SECTION VIII
259
LAllegro or the merry man ib
260
On the persuits of mankind Pohe
262
Adam and Eves morning hymn Milton
264
Parting of Hector and Adromache Homer
265
Facetious history of John Gilpin Cowher
268
23?
269
The creation of the world Milton
273
Overthrow of the rebel angels ió
274
Alexanders feast or tha power of music Dryden 275
275
LESSONS IN SPEAKING SECTION I
278
On doing as we would be done unto 4tterbury
280
On benevolence and charity Seed 282
282
On the death of Christ Blair 289
289
ELoqLENCE OF THE SENATE r P 1 Speech of the Earl of Chesterfield 2 Lord Mansfield
293
sEction III
303
the year
306
SECTION IV
313
Hannibal to Scipio Africanus ib
314
Scipios reply ió
315
Calisthenes reproof of Cleons flattery to Alexander Q Curtius
316
Caius Marius to the Romans Hooke
317
Publius Scipio to the Roman army ib
320
Hannibal to the Carthagenian army ib
323
Adherbal to the Roman senators Sallust
325
Canuleius to the Roman consuls Hooke
329
Junius Brutus over the dead body of Lucretia i5
331
Demosthenes to the Athenians Lansdown
333
Jupiter to the inferior deities Płomer
338
Heneas to queen Dido Virgil 339
339
Moloch to the infernal powers Milton
341
Speech of Belial advising peace ié
342
SECTION V
344
Lady Townly and Lady Grace Provoked Husband
346
Priuli and Jaffier Venice Preserved
351
Boniface and Aimwell Beaux Stratagem
353
Lovegold and Lappet Miser
355
Cardinal Wolsey and Cromwell Henry WILL
359
The world compared to a stage As you like it
389
APPENDIXContaining concise lessons on a new plan 396
396

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