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QP306 T76 1875
The object of this little work is to present, in a cheap and convenient form, the facts and principles applicable to the culture and uses of the Human Voice, which are only to be found scattered through several large volumes, and to furnish Lyceums and Debating Clubs with a concise Code of Rules and Usages for the regulation of their proceedings. It is not expected nor intended to supersede the more elaborate works on Elocution, which may be indispensable for the Orator and Teacher; but to furnish all who desire to read and speak well, and who must rely mainly on self-education, with a plain and intelligible guide in theory and practice.
R. T. T. FLORENCE HIGHTS, N. J., 1875.
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