|Source||De Mille (1882); Waddy (1889)|
1. 405. IN ORATORY.
2. The Conclusion, or Peroration, like the Introduction, requires special care. The object in the conclusion is to leave as strong an impression as possible upon the minds of the audience. (Waddy)
1. Chatham concludes his speech on the Removal of Troops from Boston in this way:
|Related Figures||symperasma, exordium|
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