MODES OF ENUNCIATION, ETC. 197 "All the stammerers that have ever made good talkers, from old Demosthenes, who put pebbles tinder Ms tongue, to the bright Western Horse-woman that cured herself by clucking to her saddle-horse and popping her tongue loose from the palate of her mouth, after sucking it up all took the same route you are travelling, consciously or unconsciously, purposely or accidentally. THERE IS HO OTHBIt The following exercises help to keep the tongue at the Talk-place : " iğ Suck the Tongue up holding the End to its place on the Upper Gums, suck the whole of it up against the palate. " 2, Suck it up, as before, and Pop it loose, repeatedly, " 3. Suck it up, and then close the mouth, keeping the Tongue In place, " 4, The Act of Swallowing lifts the Tongue to place, pre- cisely. ** 5. Placing the Tongue aright, open and dose the mouth, without moving the Tongue from place. 4* 6, Practice the Horse-Cluck, sucking the Tongue up and Clucking out at the side of the Tongue, as you would duck to a horse. " 7. Establish the habit of Sleeping with the Tongue Up, lying on the Right Side and Keeping the Mouth Shut If necessary, tie a Knotted towel about the waist, Knots at the back ; and a bandage under the chin and over the top of the head. " 8. Constancy of Attention to the Carriage of the Tongue is Indispensable. Count the Bottom of the Mouth Forbidden Ground for the Tongue, " 9. Adopt as the Motto for the Tongue ; UP, ALL UP, ALWAYS UP, and EASY UP,"