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ON

ELOCUTION;

OR,

THE PHYSIOLOGY AND CULTURE OF VOICE AND SPEECH, AND
THE EXPRESSION OF THE EMOTIONS BY LANGUAGE,

COUNTENANCE, AND GESTURE.

TO WHICH IS ADDED,

A SPECIAL LECTURE ON THE CAUSES AND CURE OF

IMPEDIMENTS OF SPEECH.

BEING THE SUBSTANCE OF THE

Introductory Tourse of Lectures

ANNUALLY DELIVERED BY

CHARLES JOHN PLUMPTRE,
LECTURER ON PUBLIC READING AND SPEAKING AT KING'S COLLEGE, LONDON,

IN THE EVENING CLASSES DEPARTMENT.

DEDICATED, BY PERMISSION, TO H.R.H. THE PRINCE OF WALES,

New and Oreatly Enlarged Ellustrated Edition.

LONDON:.
TRÜBNER & CO., LUDGATE HILL.

1881.
[All rights reserved.]

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36 HAMILTON TERRACE, LONDON, N.W.

MR. CHARLES J. PLUMPTRE,

LECTURER ON PUBLIC READING AND SPEAKING, KING'S COLLEGE,

LONDON, EVENING CLASSES DEPARTMENT,

Begs to announce that he lectures and gives practical instruction in Public Reading and Speaking to his classes at King's College, every Tuesday and Friday Evening, from 8 till 9, during the Winter Session (beginning in October and ending in April), and every Tuesday in the Summer Session (beginning in April and ending in June), from 6.30 to 8 p. m. Private pupils and classes for instruction and practice in all the various branches of Elocution are received by Mr. PLUMPTRE from October till August, at his residence, No. 36 Hamilton Terrace, N. W.

Special arrangements are made for the reception of pupils suffering under any Impediments of Speech, Defective Articulation, or “Clerical Sore-Throat.”

Arrangements are also made with Institutions, Colleges, and Schools, for a repetition of the substance of Mr. PLUMPTRE's King's College Course of Lectures, combined with practical instruction in the art of Reading Aloud and other branches of Elocution.

Courses of Lectures and practical instruction in Elocution are also given by Mr. I'LUMPTRE at Ladies' Colleges and Schools, and Ladies are received as private pupils at his residence.

N.B. All applications for Public or Private Recitals, Readings, or Lectures must be addressed to Mr. PLUMPTRE's private residence, 36 Hamilton Terrace, London, N.W.

Terms and Testimonials forwarded on application at the above address.
Foreigners instructed through the medium of French.

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