The Reader and Speaker: Containing Lessons for Rhetorical Reading and Declamation (Classic Reprint)
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The utmost care has been taken, that the moral sentiment of the selections should be not only unexceptionable, but such as should iri spire the tender and susceptible mind of him who recites them, with a generous and an enthusiastic love for what is Virtuous and praise Wo'rthy so that correct moral principle may be incorporated With the intellectual faculties, in their earliest development and discipline.
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