The American Orator's Own Book, James Kay, Jun. and Bros., Rare, 1836


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The American Orator's Own Book
Or the Art Of Extemporaneous Public Speaking, Including A Course of Discipline For Obtaining The Faculties of Discrimination, Arrangement And Oral Discussion;
With A Debate, As an Exercise in Argumentative Declamation; And Numerous Selections for Practice.
Written and Compiled for the Use of Colleges, Schools, and Students of Oratory.



Publisher: James Kay, Jun. And Brother

Copyright: 1836


This book is in good condition. Leather. Boards are worn along edges, corners, and hinges. Elaborate gilt filigree on spine. Hinges tight. Binding square. There is an ink inscription on front endpaper dated 1836. Includes two frontispiece steel engravings; one of Chief Justice Marshall and Patrick Henry. The text block is lightly toned with occasional foxing. A handsome volume of this hard to find work. -


Item Dimensions: 5.0 inches x 3.5 inches


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