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Henry Llewellyn Williams
(Williams, Henry Llewellyn, 1842- ed)
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- Williams, Henry Llewellyn, 1842- ed: De Witt's perfect orator. Comprising a great number of readings, recitations, dialogues and harangues ... Added to which are very carefully composed prefatory remarks ... Together with a number of useful suggestions as to the stage arrangements, making the costumes, scenery ... (New York, R.M. De Witt, [c1872]) (page images at HathiTrust)
- Williams, Henry Llewellyn, 1842- ed: Lincolnics; familiar sayings of Abraham Lincoln, (New York, Putnam, [c1906]), also by Abraham Lincoln and Henry Llewellyn Williams (page images at HathiTrust)
- Williams, Henry Llewellyn, 1842- ed: Webster's reciter; or, Elocution made easy. Plainly showing the proper attitudes of the figure, the various expressions of the face, and the different inflexions and modulations of the voice ... Also containing choice selections of the most thrilling, passionate, heroic, and patriotic speeches and poems ... (New York, H.J. Wehman, 1893, ©1870) (page images at HathiTrust)
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