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Chapter 40 of
Thomas Jefferson's Library: A Catalog with the Entries in His Own Order

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James Gilreath and Douglas L. Wilson


1989 Library of Congress

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Chapter 40.

Logic, Rhetoric, Orations.

Aristotelis Logica, Gr. Lat. Pacii, (in Op.) 13. Wallis Institutio Logica, 8º. 14. Crackanthorpii Logica, 4º. 1. Artis Logicae, Aldrich, 12º. 15. Watt's Logic, 8º. 16. Logica de Condillac, par Foronda, 8º. 2. The Logic of Condillac, by Neef, p 8º. 17. Fraunces's Lawyer's Logic, 4º.
Rhetoric.
Aristotelis Rhetorica, Gr. Lat. Riceoboni, (in op.) 3. Vossii Rhetorica, 12º. 4. Dugard Rhetorices Elementa, 12º. 18. Quinctiliani Institutiones Oratoriae, 4º. 19. Ward's Oratory, 2 v 8º. 20. Blair's Lectures on Rhetoric, 3 v 8º. 21. Adams's Lectures on Rhetoric and Oratory, 2 v 8º. 22. Cicero's Orator, by Guthrie, 8º. 23. Demetrius Phalereus de Elocutione, Gr. Lat. Foul. 8º. 5. Cambray on Eloquence, 12º. 24. Sheridan on Elocution, 8º. 25. Mason on Poetical and Prosaic Numbers, and Elocution, 8º.
Orations.
26. Demosthenes, YEschines, Deinarchus, Lycurgus, Demades, Gr. Ando- cides, Lysias, Isaeus, Antiphon, Gr. Lat. Lesbonactes, Herodes, Antis- thenes, Alcidamas, et Georgias, Gr. Notis Wolfii, Taylori, Markland, et Jacobi Reiske, 22 v 8º. Lipsiae 1770-1775, Cui additur, Oratio Inedita Isaei Rhetoris. 27. Demosthenis Orationes Selectae, Mounteney, 8º. 28. OEuvres de Demosthene et d'Eschine, par Auger, Fr. 5 v 8º. 6. Demosthenis Philippica, Gr. Foul. Eng. by Several, 2 v 12º. 7. IEschynis in Ctesiphontem Oratio. 8. Lycurgi Oratio, Gr. Lat. 12º. 29. Discours de Lycurgue, d'Andocide, &c par Auger, Fr. 8º. 30. Isocratis Orationes, Gr. 2 v 8º. 31. Isocrate d'Auger, 3 v 8º. 32. Isocrates's Orations, Eng. by Dinsdale, 8º. 33. Cicero's Orations, Eng. by Guthrie, 3 v 8º. 9. Histoire des Discours de Ciceron, 12º. Paris 1765. 10. Orationes ex Historicis excerpted, 12º. 34. Quinctiliani Declamationes, 8º. 35. Curran's Forensic Eloquence, 8º. 36. Orations-to wit, Inauguralis of Ezra Stiles, de Antiqua Medico- Philosophia a Coste, Inauguralis de Cholera a Lyons, on the influence of Physical Causes, &c by Rush, 8º. 37. Eulogiums on Washington, 8º. 38. Orations of the 4t of July, 8º. 11. Orations on the Massacre at Boston of March 5 1770. 12º. 39. Oration by Fairfax 8º. 12. Birch's Virginian Orator, 12º. The Boylston Prize Dissertations, by Shattuck, 8º. (Ante C. 10. Nº 87)

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