A rhetorical grammar : in which the common improprieties in reading and speaking are detected and the true sources of elegant pronunciation are pointed out : With a complete analysis of the voice, showing its specific modification, and how they may be applied to different figures of rhetoric, to which are added outline of composition, or Plain rules for writing orations and speaking them in public (Book, 1801) [WorldCat.org]
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A rhetorical grammar : in which the common improprieties in reading and speaking are detected and the true sources of elegant pronunciation are pointed out : With a complete analysis of the voice, showing its specific modification, and how they may be applied to different figures of rhetoric, to which are added outline of composition, or Plain rules for writing orations and speaking them in public Preview this item
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A rhetorical grammar : in which the common improprieties in reading and speaking are detected and the true sources of elegant pronunciation are pointed out : With a complete analysis of the voice, showing its specific modification, and how they may be applied to different figures of rhetoric, to which are added outline of composition, or Plain rules for writing orations and speaking them in public

Author: John Walker
Publisher: London : Hamilton (for the author), 1801.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 3rd ed. with considerable alterations and additions
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: John Walker
OCLC Number: 222010335
Description: 392 pages : illustrations ; 22 cm
Responsibility: by John Walker.

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