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R.
READING-

what to read
three kinds of
good readers, rare
use of
how it differs from acting...
requirements for ...
at public readings

exercises in
READING, ART OF-

neglect of
few persons have mastered
causes of neglect of
what to read
uses of
good reading conducts to good speaking
requirements of ...
of reading rightly
necessary to understand
rapidity of perception
practice for
reading aloud
what to avoid
mannerism
monotony
first lesson
articulation
pronunciation of sentences
expression
difference between acting and reading
management of the voice ...
tone
emphasis
pause and punctuation
inflection
attitude...
mental cultivation
clerical reading
illustration ...
lessons in reading
reading by children
Hamlet's Soliloquy
Hamlet's Speech to the Players
Macbeth's Soliloquy ...
Burial of Sir John Moore...
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S.
SATURDAY REVIEW-

on reading
SENATE-

oratory of
the business speech
the oration

the reply
SENTENCES-

how to frame
structure of ...

pronunciation of
SENTIMENTAL WORKS

how to read...
SERMONS-

delivery of
construction of

language of ...
SIMPLICITY-

should be studied
SOCIAL ORATORY

instructions for
after-dinner speeches...

characteristics of...
SOCIETIES

for public reading, instruction for
SPEAKING, ART OF

neglect of
mastery of, by few
causes of neglect of
uses of
foundations of
oratory must be cultivated
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SPEAKING, ART OF-continued.

what is a speech...
composition
preparations for
foundations of
what to say ...
composition of a speech
cautions—how to begin
writing a speech...
difficulties
outlines of
language of
first lessons...
recitation of...
defects to be overcome
remedies for...
public speaking
preparations for ...
do not write your speech
your first speech...
delivery
how to be heard
management of the voice
tone
articulation
variety ..
action
construction of a speech
how to begin
the peroration
when to sit down
oratory of the pulpit
oratory of the senate ...
the business speech
use and abuse of facts and figures
the oration
the reply
oratory of the bar
how to address a jury
character of juries
how to address the court
how to address magistrates
oratory of the platform
parish meetings
mixed meetings
political meetings

social oratory
SPECIAL JURIES,

how to address
SPEECH-

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cultivation of

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study for
choice of
precision in
parsing

music of
WRITING, ART OF-

first lessons in
aid from authors
words, study of
sentences, framing of...
avoid adjectives ...
translate poetry into prose
reading and thinking...
what to write
what to read
preparations for
style
cultivation of
language
avoid affectation and conceit
grammar
choice of words
structure of sentences
must have something to say
expression of thoughts
precision in words
parsing ...
music words
rhythm...
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simplicity
directness
order of ideas
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NEW LAWS FOR 1863:

And other New Law Books

FOR USE OF PRACTITIONERS IN THE COURTS AND OFFICES,

PUBLISHED AT THE

LAW TIMES OFFICE,

10, WELLINGTON STREET, STRAND.

W.C.

The following Works contain such of the New Laws as the Profession

requires to possess in an accessible and portable form. They will be sent by post (paid) to Orders, or may be had through any

Bookseller.

NEW LAW OF JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES.

THE SIXTH EDITION of the NEW LAW and

of JOINT-STOCK COMPANIES and other ASSOCIATIONS, including Industrial Societies. By EDWARD W. COX, Esq., Recorder of Falmouth. Price 12s. 6d. cloth: 148 6d. halfcalf; 158. 6d. calf. This edition contains :I. The Law and Practice of Joint-Stock Companies, with Instructions for their

Formation and Management.
II. The Companies Act 1862, with Explanatory Notes.
III. The Industrial and Provident Societies Act 1862, with Notes,
IV. A Digest of Decisions on the Law of Joint-Stock Companies,

V. General Order and Rules of the High Court of Chancery.
VI. Conventions between Her Majesty and the Emperor of the French ; and Her

Majesty and the King of the Belgians. “The work before us, by the well-known editor of the Law Times, embraces, in a compact form, the latest development of joint stock companies' law, and therefore supplies exactly the want of the momen!, The information it contains is adapted to all who may be interested in such matters. Inventors, projectors, speculators and investors, will here learn how to turn their hands to the work with a minimum of damage from the use of edged tools. Shareholders may learn at what angles of the labyrinth to look for passing glimpses of their subscribed capital, in the shape of returns;' directors, before assuming their perilous prominence, will become aware of their duties, powers, and—what has become of late a matter of some trifling interest-their liabilities; while creditors will be enlightened as to the parliamentary estimate of the touching simplicity of faith. There are, it is true, some little matters, not irrelevant to the subject, which this book does not contain, but that is no fault of the book, for they belong, more strictly to the province of ihe most assiduous of monitors experience."'- Manchester Examiner.

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