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  Item Reference: KCLCAL-1879-1880-332

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EVENING CLASSES 331 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 King's College Lectures on Elocution 3rd Edition by Plumptre Triibner 31 LAW AND JURISPRUDENCE Bay and Hour of Attendance-Wednesday from to Lecture Introductory to the Course will be delivered on Wednesday October and will be free to all Students of the College and their Friends The following subjects will be discussed Legislation-Parliament-Administration of the Law-Law Courts II Difference between Real and Personal Property HI Contracts IV Estates of Freehold Leaseholds VI Copyholds VII Mortgages Bills of Sale and Pledges VIII Title by Occupancy by Accession and by Invention IX Title by Assignment by Gift and by Contract Title by Will and Intestacy XI Title by Bankruptcy XII Husband and Wife XIII Parent and Child Guardian and Ward XIV Master and Servant XV Principal and Agent XVI Partnership
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