The orator's assistant; [electronic resource] : being a selection of dialogues for schools and academies, taken from many of the best dramatic writings in the English language. : To which are added a few highly esteemed pieces for declamation. : Intended for youth of both sexes, as an aid in forming an easy, ready and graceful elocution. / By Alexander Thomas, Jun. A.M. ; [One line Latin proverb]
- Worcester, Massachusetts: : Printed at the press of, and for Isaiah Thomas, Jun. proprietor of the work.--According to law. Sold wholesale and retail at his bookstore.--Sold also at the Worcester bookstore, and by Alexander Thomas, Jun.--In Boston, by Thomas and Andrews, David West, W.P. and L. Blake, E. Larkin J. West, and by various other booksellers, in town and country., --October--1797.--
1 online resource (xii, , 14-216 pages)
- Early American imprints. First series ; no. 32917.
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