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INDEX OF AUTHORS.

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Adams, J. Q 350

Alfleri 385

Alison, Archibald 1218

Amen, Fisher 180

Anonymous 82,149, 203,222, 300

Athenaeum 1

Aytoun, William E 275, 290

Bancroft, George 173

Beecher, II. VV 74

Belsham, William 101

Bryant, William C... .22, 220,247,303

Buckmiuster, Joseph S 47

Bulwer 414

Byron, Lord 206, 285, 363

jMnpbelt, Thomas, 31, 65,168, 272, 355

Chambers's Miscellany 3

Charming, William E 131, 339

Chatham, Lord 97

Choate, Rufua 307

Coleridge, S. T 107, 347

Collins, William 3C.9

Cowper, William 120

Croly, George 422

Cumming, John 200

Dcrzhavin 223

Dickens, Charles 150

Edwards, Miss 42

Everett, Edward 39, 235, 288, 345

Felton, C. C 203

Ferguson, S 37G

Follen, Charles 184

Gait, John 382

Grattan, Henry 103

Gray, Thomas 405

Greenwood, F. W. P 139

Hall, Robert 113

llemans, Mrs 152, 167, 341

Holmes, O. W 77, 125, 319

Hood, Thomas 331, 356

llowison, John 108

Hunt, Leigh 143

Ide, George B 227

Irving. W. 15, 116, 170, 191,361

Jerrold, Douglas 328

Johnson, Samuel 35

Karamsin 372

Kellogg, Elijah 334

Kilruer, Karl Theodor 338

Knowles, Sheridan 292

Lincoln, Abraham 425, 426

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Iingard, John 278

Lockhart, J.G 58

London Atlas 374

London Courier 149

Longfellow, H.W..12,187,240,397,413

Maeaulay, T. B 255, 270, 315

Mann, Horace 402

Milton, John 353

Mitchell, D. G 364

Mitchel, O. M 245, 358

Mitford, Miss 308

.Montgomery, James 147

Moore, Thomas 214,311

Naylor, C. C 326

Newell, William 218

Norton, Andrews 254

Nott, E 321

Ossian 209

1'ierpont, John 105, 178

Poe, E. A 378

Prescott, W. H 63

Priest, Miss 183

Read, Thomas Buchanan 428 Rogers, Samuel 177

Scott, Sir Walter 24, 67, 85, 126

Seward, William H 312

Shakspeare ... 133, 228, 394,417

Sheil, R. L 420

Smith, Horace 165

Smith, Sydney 404

Southey, Robert 195

Sprague, Charles 259, 323

Sterne, Lawrence 87

Sumner, Charles 205, 430

Swain, Leonard 250

Taylor, Jane 8

Tennyson, Alfred 122

Tudor, William 90

Wallace, Miss 94

Ware, Henry ,. .319

Wayland, Francis 243

Webster, Daniel.. .28,154,156,212,300

Whittier, J.G 33, 305

Willis, N. P 210

Wilson, John 282

Winthrop, R. C 410, 433

Wirt, William 44

Wolfe, Charles 239

Wordsworth, William 232

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TABLE OF VOWEL SOUNDS.

A Vowel is a letter which represents a free and uninterrupted sound of the kaman voice.

An Equivalent is a letter or combination of letters use 1 to represent an elementary sound more appropriately represented by another letter or letters. The Equivalents given in these tables are those of more common occurrence.

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The following vowel sounds cannot be easily pronounced alone, as distinct elements, so as to be distinguished from some of the other sounds.

. Name. Examples. Name. Examples.

A long before R . . . . Fare, pair. I slight or obscure . Rujn, abiljty.

A intermediate .... Fast, branch. O slight or obscure . Act?r, confess

A slight or obscure . . Liar, palace. U slight or obscure. Sulphur, famousE like A long before R H&r, thSre. Y slight or obscure. Truly, eovy. E slight or obscure . . Brier, fuel.

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TABLE OF CONSONANT SOUNDS.

A Consonant is a letter which cannot be sounded, or but imperfectly, with, out the aid of a vowel; or, it represents a sound that is modified by soma interruption during its passage through the organs of speech.

Vocal Consonants are those uttered with a slight degree of vocality, but less than that of a vowel. They are formed with a vibration of the vocal cords.

Aspirate Consonants are those in which the pure breath alone is heard. They are formed without any vibration of the vocal cords.

VOCAL CONSONANTS.!

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i Sometimes called Subvocals, or Subtonics.

- H sounded before a vowel, is an expulsion of the breath after the organi are in a position to sound the vowel

INTRODUCTORY TREATISE

ELOCUTION;

PRINCIPLES AND ILLUSTRATIONS, ARRANGED FOR TEACHING AND PRACTICE.

PROF. MARK BAILEY,

IIITXCCTOr OF ElOCUTIOK IN

YALE COLLEGE.

according to Act of Congress, in the year 1863, by Mark Bailit. la tho Clerk's Office of the District Court of Connecticut.

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