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pulpit, which contains some valuable service to private learners. The chapsuggestions to young ministers, and in- ter on pulpit Elocution is highly valudeed, to many that have passed that pe-able, and the whole work might be riod.- Rev. GEO. WEBBER, Zion's Herald, studied to great advantage by preachers Boston.
of the gospel. We know of no book of
the kind so well adapted to private learnThere are some new principles laid ers as this one.- Pittsburg Christian Addown, and old ones enforced, in this vocate work, in a way that has called forth testimonials in its favor, from some eminent The work before us is valuable to pub. teachers.- Daily Sun, Philadelphia. lic speakers, and general readers, and
the remarks on pulpit E!ocution are adFrom such an examination as we mirable.- United States Gazette, Philadel have been able to make of this work, phia. we are induced to think it a very valuable one. containing the true principles The present work comes recommendof Elocution, suitably illustrated. It is ed by the clear and systematic mode in pronounced by persons best qualified to which the subject is treated. Its use may judge, practical teachers, to be exceed- be equally advantageous 10 the pupil of ingly well adapted to instruction in col- ordinary schools, and to the private stuleges and academies, and of great Ident.-North American, Philadelphia.
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