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In Two Volumes.
VOL. I I.
CONTAINING 1. His Reflections on Eloquence in General;
and particularly on that of the Bar and
Poesie; with a large Preface by Mr. Rymer.
. IX. · Upon the use of Philosophy in Religion.
Newly Translated into ENGLISH, by B ASIL
KENNET, D. D. late President of Corpus Christi College, Oxon; and Others .
The Second edition Cozreded. LONDON: Printed for R Bonwicke and Richard Wilkin
in St. Paul's Church.yard; J. Walthoe and Tho. Ward in the Temple ; T. Goodwin, M. Wotton and B. Tooke in Fleet Street; F. Nicholson in Little-Britain ; and S. Manship and R. Smith near the Royal Exchange. 1716.
XII. An Orator muft proportion his, Discourse to
bis Subject and his Strength, in order to preserve
XVI. Eloquence spoilt by too much Ornament.
vain Flow of Words, I
XXV. Virtue and Modesty, the Character of a
Cause, why so fer Orators succeed.
. No perfect Eloquence without the Asistance
EN speak at the Bar before they have stu;
XI. That Eloquence false, which is too Yolicitous of
XIII. The Subje&s of Pleading, many times not
favour able to Eloquence.
XV. The Eloquence of Magistrates and Publick-,