Elocution

Alden, Abner. The Speaker. Boston, MA: 1810. 296 p.

Bingham, Caleb. The American Perceptor. Boston, MA: Manning & Loring, 1799. 288 p. (Different editions)

Bingham, Caleb. The Columbian Orator. Boston, MA: 1797. 285 p. (Different editions)

Dime Dialogues. NY: Beadle and Adams, 1887.

Enfield, William. The Speaker. London: W. Wilson, 1808. 346 p.

Fowle, William. Exhibition Dialogues. Boston, MA: Caleb Bingham & Co., 1817. 228 p.

Heaton, Nathaniel. Easy School Dialogues. Wrentham, MA: 1802. 155 p.

Little Pieces for Little Speakers. Boston, MA: Lee & Shepard, [1878]. 240 p.

Mason, John. An Essay on Elocution, or, Pronunciation. London: M. Cooper, 1748. 39 p.

Northend, Charles. Entertaining Dialogues. NY: A.S. Barnes & Co., 1866. 312 p.

Northrop, Henry D. The Peerless Reciter, or, Popular Program. Chicago, IL: J.H. Moore & Co., 1894. 516 p.

Randall Diehl, Anna. Reading and Elocution. NY: Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Co., 1872. 430 p.

Scott, William. Lessons in Elocution. Leicester: Hori Brown, 1815. 407 p.

Scott, William. Lessons in Elocution, or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and Verse. Montelier, VT: Walton, 1818. 383p.

Shurter, Edwin. Oral English and Public Speaking. NY: Row, Peterson, 1927. 289 p.

Smart, B.H. The Practice of Elocution. London: Longman, Brown, Green, & Longmans, 1855. 288 p.

Stearns, Charles. Dramatic Dialogues for the Use of Schools. Leominster, MA: John Prentiss &Co., 1798. 540 p.

Walker, John. Elements of Elocution. London: T. Cadell, 1820. 354 p.

Williams, Henry L. Webster's Reciter. NY: R.M. DeWitt, [1870]. 192 p.