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Rinted by W. Harvey, Engraved on Speet by I. M
Published by Simpkin & Marshall and the other Proprieurs April ner
I. ON ELOCUTION.-II. ON READING WORKS OF TASTE.
BY WILLIAM ENFIELD, LL.D.
....Oculos, paulum tellure moratos,
Sustulit ad proceres; expectatoque resolvit
Ora sono; nec abest facundis gratia dictis ...
EDITED, WITH THE ADDITION OF
POPULAR PIECES FROM MODERN AUTHORS,
THE REV. JAMES PYCROFT, B.A.
PERPETUAL CURATE OF ST. MARY MAGDALEN, BARNSTAPLE;
LONGMAN AND CO.; HAMILTON AND CO.; J. M. RICHARDSON; SIMPKIN,
E. P. WILLIAMS; C. H. LAW; TEGG AND CO.; GRIFFIN AND CO.'; AND
270. c. 102.
JOHN CARILL WORSLEY, ESQ.,
LATE PRESIDENT OF THE
ACADEMY IN WARRINGTON.
THIS work having been undertaken principally with the design of assisting the Students at WARRINGTON in acquiring a just and graceful Elocution, I feel a peculiar propriety in addressing it to you, as a public acknowledgment of the steady support which you have given to this institution, and the important services which you have rendered it.
In this Seminary, which was at first established, and has been uniformly conducted, on the extensive plan of providing a proper course of Instruction for young men in the most useful branches of Science and Literature, you have seen many respectable characters formed, who are now filling up their stations in society with reputation to themselves and advantage to the public. And while