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" Our words flow from us in a smooth continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of the hand, which are so much celebrated in the orators of Greece and Rome. We can talk of life and death in cold blood, and... "
The Art of Speaking: Containing, I. An Essay; in which are Given Rules for ... - Page 44
by James Burgh - 1792 - 373 pages
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The Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1856
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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The speaker at home; chapters on extempore and memoriter speaker, by J.H ...

John Joseph Halcombe - 1859
...finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at the bar, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth, continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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The public speaker and how to make one, by a Cambridge man

Public speaker - 1860
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. "Our words flow from us in a smooth continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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Pulpit Elocution: Comprising Remarks on the Effect of Manner in Public ...

William Russell - 1861 - 413 pages
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth, continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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Pulpit Elocution: Comprising Remarks on the Effect of Manner in Public ...

William Russell - 1867 - 413 pages
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in ' smooth, continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty...
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King's college lectures on elocution

Charles John Plumptre - 1870 - 200 pages
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth, continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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A Manual of Gesture: Embracing a Complete System of Notation, Together with ...

Albert M. Bacon - 1872 - 274 pages
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth, continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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The Speaker at Home: Chapters on Public Speaking and Reading Aloud

John Joseph Halcombe - 1874 - 170 pages
...finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at the bar, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth, continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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Selections from Addison's papers contributed to the Spectator, ed. by T. Arnold

Joseph Addison - 1875
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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Selections from Addison's Papers Contributed to the Spectator

Joseph Addison - 1875 - 528 pages
...much as move a finger to set off the best sermons in the world. We meet with the same speaking statues at our bars, and in all public places of debate. Our words flow from us in a smooth continued stream, without those strainings of the voice, motions of the body, and majesty of...
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