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LESSONS IN ELOCUTION :
SELECTION OF PIECES,
Prose and Verse,
Improvement of Youth
READING and SPEAKING.
BY WILLIAM SCOTT.
To which are prefixed,
FOUR PLATES;-and RULES
LESSONS ON A NEW PLAN.
Boston Edition :
PUBLISHED BY LINCOLN & EDMANDS,
No. 53 Cornhill.....1819.
William Greenough, Printer.
1. ON the speaking of speeches at schools,
2. On the acting of plays at schools,
3. Rules for expressing with propriety, the princi-
pal passions and humors, which occur in read-
10. The sick lion, the fox and the wolf,
15. Remarkable instance of friendship,
20. Will Honeycomb's Spectator,
22. Address to a young student,
23. Advantages of, and motives to cheerfulness, Spectator,
11. Needle work recommended to the ladies,
13. Journal of the life of Alexander Severus, Gibbon,
14. Character of Julius Cæsar,
1. The honour and advantages of a constant
3. Character of Addison as a writer,
5. Sir Roger de Coverly's family,
6. The folly of inconsistent expectations,
9. The absent man,
10. The Monk,
11. On the head dress of ladies,.
12. On the present and future state,
13. Uncle Toby's bevevolence,
14, Story of the siege of Calais,
Percival's Tales, 100
1. Description of the amphitheatre of Titus,
2. Reflections in Westminster Abbey,
3. The character of Mary queen of Scots,
4. The character of queen Elizabeth,
5. Charies V's resignation of his dominions,
2. On the structure of animals,
3. On natural and fantastical pleasures, Guardian,
4. The folly and madness of ambition illustrated, World,
5. Battle of Pharsalia and the death of Pompey, Goldsmith, 167
8. Virtue man's highest interest,
9. On the pleasure arising from objects of sight, Spectator, 175
5. The painter who pleased nobody and every body, Gay,
6. Diversity in the human character,
10. Extract from the temple of fame,
12. Hymn to the Deity, on the seasons of the year, ibid.
10. Elegy written in a country church-yard,
11. Scipio restoring the captive lady to her lover,
12. Humorous complaint to Dr. Arbuthnot of the
7. Description of Mab, queen of the Faries, Shakespeare,
8 On the existence of a Deity,