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Hill's Elements of Rhetoric and Composition......

By D. J. HILL, A.M., President Lewisburg University, author of the Science of Rhetoric. Beginning with the selection of a theme, this book conducts the learner through every process of composition, including the accumulation of material, its arrangement, the choice of words, the construction of sentences, the variation of expression, the use of figures, the formation of paragraphs, the preparation of manuscript, and the criticism of the completed composition.

Hill's Science of Rhetoric......

An introduction to the Laws of Effective Discourse. By D. J. HILL, A.M., President of the University at Lewisburg: 12mo, 300 pages.

This is a thoroughly scientific work on Rhetoric for advanced classes.

Intellectual Philosophy (ELEMENTS OF). 426 pages..

By FRANCIS WAYLAND, late President of Brown University.

The Elements of Moral Science....

By FRANCIS WAYLAND, D.D., President of Brown University, and Professor of Moral Philosophy. Fiftieth thousand. 12mo, cloth.

Elements of Political Economy.

By FRANCIS WAYLAND, D.D., late President of Brown University. 12mo, cloth, 403 pages.

Recast by AARON L. CHAPIN, D.D., President of Beloit College.

No text-book on the subject has gained such general acceptance, and been so extensively and continuously used, as Dr. Wayland's. Dr. Chapin has had chiefly in mind the wants of the class-room, as suggested by an experience of many years. His aim has been to give in full and proportioned, yet clear and compact statement, the elements of this important branch of science, in their latest aspects and applications.

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