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Elements of Elocution: In which the principles of reading and speaking are investigated; and such pauses, emphasis, and inflexious of voice, as are suitable to every variety of sentence, are distinctly pointed out and explained; with directions for strengthening and modulating the voice, so as to render it varied, forcible, and harmonious. To which is added, a complete system of the passions, showing how they affect the countenance, tone of voice, and gesture of the body, exemplified by a copious selection of the most striking passages of Shakespeare. The whole illustrated by copper-plates, explaining the nature of accent, emphasis; inflexion, and cadence. The second edition; with alterations and additions. By John Walker, author of the critical pronouncing dictionary, &c.
London: Printed by Cooper and Wilson; and sold by G.G. and J. Robinson, Pater-noster row; and by T. Cadell jun. and W. Davies, in the strand, 1799.
|Borrower Name||Volume||Date Out||Date In||Fine||Transcribed
|Peter Anderson||12/28/1801||1/23/1802||Walkers Elocution|
|Charles Wilkes||2/15/1802||2/22/1802||Walkers Education|
|John Wood||Volume 2||2/21/1803||3/14/1803||Walkers Elocution|
|John Wood||Volume 1||2/21/1803||3/14/1803||Walkers Elocution|
|Hamilton Stewart||9/6/1804||9/10/1804||Walker on Elocution|
|Andrew Smith||11/5/1805||11/26/1805||Walker on Eloquation|