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Full text of "Stamering And Cognate Defects Of Speech Vol - Ii"

MODES OF ENUNCIATION, ETC.           143

A line Inclined in the other direction(/) enjoins wide

opening of the mouth,   A small circle above a letter

directs lowering of the pitch. A combination of
these marks betokens the simultaneous application of
two or three expedients. Herewith a typical ^j?4ise:

o    >           *     /   V       v         u    /      /        o    '      o                *%'   ^

11 Is there no secret place on the        of the earth,     X , -
v                      '-                                $\

*            \       <n   %        O        "              #          t\"^         O         N                       "          < >

Where charity dwelleth, where virtue hath teth ?       * \ '
Where bosoms in mercy and kindness shall myvftf,

^n\          o         /          /       \           /            0        O        ''"^   *        '\

And the poor and the wretched shall * ask and            r?

Is there no place on earth where a knock from the^oor  '',

*/     v     o v      o \    %    o*     /     ^

Will bring a kind angel to open the door ?

Ah I search the wide world wherever you can,                  ^

There is no open door for the moneyless man I

*>/ri>/t>      t        /     /     > /       /
** Cki, look In your hall, where the chandeliers light

^                      C^         (^         /V         **        ^         %            '         0       /

Driven off with its splendor the darkness of night,

*                 *          /          O           O<l'/<^/\0/

Where the rich hanging velvet in shadowy fold,

'/        V          *   /     %          o/      o         V        /          ON

Sweeps gracefully down with its trimminp of gold*
And the mirrors of silver take up and renew,
In long lighted vistas the wildering view 

**        *              <*C^"         \         V               (I            /         #>0/\

Go there in your patches, anil find if you cam,
A welcoming smile for the moneyless maa I **

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