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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1875-1876-331

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EVENING CLASSES 327 ciation and correction of national provincial and other errors in speaking-Quantity and accent-Poise-Definition of the term-Its great importance-One of the chief elements of apparent earnestness in speaking or reading-Steele's Pro- sodia Ralionalis"-The identity of the theory of the Poise with the Thesis" and Arsis" of the ancient Greek rheto- ricians-Value of emphasis when rightly placed and discreetly used Inflexion of the Voice-Definition of the term- Inflexions and Modulation of the Voice-Parenthesis-Time -Pause-Rhetorical words-Grammatical and rhetorical punctuation-Speaking and reading with expression- Attitude-Gesture-Stammering and Stuttering-Causes and cures-Rules for acquiring power tone and compass of voice and strengthening generally the speech organs-Prac- tical application of the principles of these Lectures to Public Reading and Speaking Text Book Principles of Public Reading and Speaking by Plumptre Allman 403 Oxford Street 30 LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE Day and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to The following subjects will be discussed during the Course The Fusion of Law and Equity -This Lecture will be Free to all persons in- terested in the subject II Legislation-Parliament-Administration of the Law-Law Courts III Difference between Real and Personal Property IV Contracts Estates of Freehold VI Leaseholds VII Copyholds VIII Mortgage Deeds
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