The Resource The art of speaking : Containing I. An essay; in which are given rules for expressing properly the principal passions and humours, which occur in reading, or public speaking; and II. Lessons taken from the ancients and moderns (with additions and alterations, where though useful) exhibiting a variety of matter for practice;--the emphatical words printed in italics; with notes of direction referring to the essay. To which are added, a table of the lessons; and an index of the various passions and humours in the essay and lessons. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero], (electronic resource)

The art of speaking : Containing I. An essay; in which are given rules for expressing properly the principal passions and humours, which occur in reading, or public speaking; and II. Lessons taken from the ancients and moderns (with additions and alterations, where though useful) exhibiting a variety of matter for practice;--the emphatical words printed in italics; with notes of direction referring to the essay. To which are added, a table of the lessons; and an index of the various passions and humours in the essay and lessons. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero], (electronic resource)

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The art of speaking : Containing I. An essay; in which are given rules for expressing properly the principal passions and humours, which occur in reading, or public speaking; and II. Lessons taken from the ancients and moderns (with additions and alterations, where though useful) exhibiting a variety of matter for practice;--the emphatical words printed in italics; with notes of direction referring to the essay. To which are added, a table of the lessons; and an index of the various passions and humours in the essay and lessons. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero]
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The art of speaking
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Containing I. An essay; in which are given rules for expressing properly the principal passions and humours, which occur in reading, or public speaking; and II. Lessons taken from the ancients and moderns (with additions and alterations, where though useful) exhibiting a variety of matter for practice;--the emphatical words printed in italics; with notes of direction referring to the essay. To which are added, a table of the lessons; and an index of the various passions and humours in the essay and lessons. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero]
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eng
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MWA
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  • 17487
  • W19979
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  • Evans
  • English Short Title Catalog
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1714-1775
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Burgh, James
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patent document
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  • 1750-1833
  • -1787
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  • Mycall, John
  • Green, William
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The art of speaking : Containing I. An essay; in which are given rules for expressing properly the principal passions and humours, which occur in reading, or public speaking; and II. Lessons taken from the ancients and moderns (with additions and alterations, where though useful) exhibiting a variety of matter for practice;--the emphatical words printed in italics; with notes of direction referring to the essay. To which are added, a table of the lessons; and an index of the various passions and humours in the essay and lessons. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero], (electronic resource)
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  • Attributed to James Burgh in the Dictionary of national biography
  • Error in paging: p. 177 misnumbered 777
  • Booksellers' advertisements, p. [366-368]
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
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ESTCW19979
Dimensions
80.
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unknown
Edition
The fifth edition.
Extent
349,[19]pages
Form of item
electronic
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not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
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remote
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(Uk-ES)006437835
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The art of speaking : Containing I. An essay; in which are given rules for expressing properly the principal passions and humours, which occur in reading, or public speaking; and II. Lessons taken from the ancients and moderns (with additions and alterations, where though useful) exhibiting a variety of matter for practice;--the emphatical words printed in italics; with notes of direction referring to the essay. To which are added, a table of the lessons; and an index of the various passions and humours in the essay and lessons. [Three lines in Latin from Cicero], (electronic resource)
Publication
Note
  • Attributed to James Burgh in the Dictionary of national biography
  • Error in paging: p. 177 misnumbered 777
  • Booksellers' advertisements, p. [366-368]
  • Reproduction of original from Boston Public Library
Control code
ESTCW19979
Dimensions
80.
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
The fifth edition.
Extent
349,[19]pages
Form of item
electronic
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic reproduction.
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(Uk-ES)006437835

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