COMPLETE TITLE: An Essay upon the Action of an Orator; as to his Pronunciation and Gesture: Useful both for Divines and Lawyers, and Necessary for all Young Gentlemen, that study how to speak well in Publick. Done out of French.
English translation of the treatise by Le Faucheur Traité de l'action de l'orateur, ou de la pronunciation et du geste (see).
Second edition with new title: The Art of Speaking in Publick: or An Essay on the Action of an Orator; as to his Pronunciation and Gesture. Useful in the Senate or Theatre, the Court, the Camp, as well as the Bar and Pulpit. The Second edition corrected. With an Introduction relating to the Famous Mr. Henly's Present Oratory, London, Printed for N. Cox, and sold by him and the Booksellers in London, Oxford and Cambridge, 1727 (see).
An Essay upon Pronunciation and Gesture: founded upon the Best Rules and Authorities of the Ancients, Ecclesiastical and Civil, and adorned with the Finest Rules of Elocution, London, printed for C. Hitch, 1750 (see). Reissue of The Art of Speaking in Publick.
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