INDEX
In lieu of an abstract, here is a brief excerpt of the content:

INDEX TO SOME OF THE PRINOIPAI) WORDS. ABILITY, (dreaded bya certain class of persons,) part ii. ch. iii. § 2. Accessible arguments, (to the unlearned,) p. i. ch. iii. § 8. Action, p. iv. ch. iv. § 6. Adversaries, (testimony of,) p. i. ch. ii. § 4. Advice to a Reviewer, p. i. ch. iii. § 7. Advocate, (office of,) p. i. eh. i.§ l. ---, (eudeavour of,to convince us that he thinks what he says,) p. ii. ch. iii. § 3. - - , (habits formed by the occupation,) p. ii. ch. iii. § 5. Alleg'ory, p. i. eh. ii. § 3. Analogy, I)' i. eh. ii. § 7. Antiquarians, (estimate of their authority,) p. Ii. eh. iii. § 5. Antithesis, p. iii. eh. ii. § 14. Approach, (argument by,) p. i. ell. ii. § 6. A priori, (argument,) p.i. ddt§2. Argument. (distinguished from proposition,) p. i. eh, i. § 8. _ . (satisjactoryand com. pulsoI'Y,) p. i. eh. iii. § 1. Aristotle, (his definition of lthetorie,) Introd. § 4. Aristotle, (his distinction between real and invented examples ,) p. i. eh. ii. § 8. Arrangement, (of arguments,) p. i. eh. iii. § 4. ----, (of words,) p. iii. eh. i. § 3. and ell. ii. § 11. Arrogance, (what,) p. i. eb. iii.§ 2. Articles, (how to be interpreted when drawn np by an Assembly ,) p. i. eh. iii. § 2. Assembly.(documents proceeding from, how to be interpreted ,) p. i. ch, iii. § 2. Bashfulness, (in public speaking ,) p. iv. eh. iii. § 7. 8. Belief, (coincident with disbelief ,) p. i. eh. ii. § 5• .Benson, (extraet from,) Appendix [M]. Burden of proof, 1)'i. ch. iii. § 2. Burke, (extract from.) p. iii. eh. ii. § B, Butler, Bp., (his style,) p. iii. eh. iii. § 2. Campbell, Dr., (extracts from,) Appendix [D] and [HJ. Catlin, (his account of the Mandan-Indians,) Appendix [DDDJ. 476 INDEX. Cause, (argument from,) p. i. ch.ii. § 2. Chances, (calculation of,) p. i. ch. ii. § 4, 5. Character, (of Speaker,) p.li. ch. i. § 3. and ch. iii. § 1. --~. (of persons to be addressed ,) p. ii. eh. iii. § 1. Cicero, (omits to state when, and why he begins with his pl'Oofs,) p. i. ch. iii. § 5. Climax, (use of,)p.ii. ch.ii. §4. Common Sense, p. i. ch. ii. § 6. • ,(when apt to be laid aside,) p. iii. ch. ii. § 6. Compal'ison, (use of, in exciting any feeling,) p. ii. eh. Ii. § 4. ----, or Simile, p. iii. ch. ii. § 3. Composition, (fallacy of,) p. i. ch. Ii. § 4. Conciseness, p. iii. eh. ii. § 7. Conclusion, (when to come :first,) p. i. cb. iii. § 5. Conscious, (manner,) p. iv. eh. iv. § 2. p. 436, note. Consistency, (mistakes respect. ing,) p. ii. eh. iii. § 5. COllviction, (distinguished from Persuasion,) p. ii. eh. i. § 1. Copleston, Bp., (on Analogy,) Appendix [E]. - - - ,(Letterof Lord Dud. ley to,) p. i. eh. iii. § 2. ----,(his share in reviving the study of Logic,) p. 1. ch. iii. § 2. Council, (joint compositions of, how to be interpreted,) p. i. ch. iii. § 2. Credulity, (coincident with Incredulity ,) p. 1. ch. ii. § 5. Crowded, (style,) p. iii. eh. ii.§ 9. Debating Societies, (advantages and disadvantages of,) Introd.§ 6. Deference, p. i. eh. iii. § 2. Delivery, p. iv. ell. IV. § 1. Dickinson,Bp., ("Remains"of,) p.i. eh. iii. § 7. Direct (Argument), p. i. eh. ii.§ 1. and eh. iii. § 6. Diversion of Feelings, p. ii. ch. ii. § 6. Dividing (a question). p. i. ch. iii. § 4. Doubt, (opposite to what,) p. i. eh.2. § 5. Dudley, Lord, (his statement of a presumption against logical studies,) 1)'1. eh. iii. § 2. Edinburgh lteview, (extracts from,) Introd. § 6. and Ap. pendix [FJ. Effect, (Argument from,) p. i. eh. ii. § 3. Elegance, (of style,) p. iii. ch. iii. § 1, 2. Eloquence, (reputation for, its consequences,) p. ii. eh. iii.§ 2. Emphasis, p. iv. eh. ii.. § 2. Energy, (of style,) p. iii. ch. ii.§ 1, &e. Envy, (hard tobeeQuntel'aeted,) p. ii. eh. iii. § 1. Epithets, p. iii. eh. ii. § 4. Example, p. i. eh. ii. § 6. ----. (corresponding to a geometrical) diagram, p. 1. eh. ii. § 7. Exercises, Intl'Od. § 5. Expediency, (true character of,) p. ii. eh. i. § 2. and Appendix: [GG]. Experience, (Argument fl'om,) p. i. ch. ii. § 6. - - - - Authority derived from, p. ii. eh. iii. § 5. INDEX. 477 Extempore speaking, (character of,) p. iv. ch. i. § 3. - - - - prayers, (apt to be delivered not as prayers,) p. iv. ch. ii. § 3. note. Fable, p. i. ch. ii. § 8. Fact, (matters of,) p. i. ch. ii.§ 4. and ch. iii. § 3. Fallacies, p. i. eh. iii. § 7. Fathers...


pdf