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to do with it? Why should he nurse it? How
regard its life? What of the loss of its dam? Les. 6. What was said to induce the man to take care of
the lamb? What might he gain by the care of it?
What if the lamb died? Les. 10. What are the verses about the lamb? How many
verses, and lines in each? Which is the pret
tiest verse? Why? Les. 14. Who was the father, and where the residence of
little Mary? How old was she, and why called little Mary? What is said of the beauty of her person, and of her mind? When did she learn to read?
What of her parents? When, and where did she go to school? What did the
Madam fear? Why? Les. 18. Why had she no cause of fear for Mary? Can
you repeat the lines found on her desk? How long was she at P. H. School? What was
done on her arrival at home? Les, 22. What books did she get? How affected by them?
What lines did she address to a fly? Les, 26. What became of Mary on getting home? How
did she behave? Who attended her funeral? Who were the carriers and pall bearers? How
dressed? What was sung at the grave. Les. 30. Tell the story of the fortune: Where did Giles
live? What was his and his father's character? On what occasion did they drink wine? What did Giles
his fortune was? How much land did he buy? How did he till it? What was he
worth at fifty? I.es. 34. Can you repeat the lines made on the Sea-diver?
Which do you like best prose or poetry? Tell the reason.
ARITHMETICAL EXERCISES. Les. 3. What is arithmetic? How many, and what prima
ny rules? What does addition teach? What is the first step in stating? What the second? What the third? What the fourth? What the
fifth? What the proof? Les. 7. What is the note at the close of this lesson? Les. 15. Among the questions for exercise in addition
which is the easiest? Which the hardest? Why?
Les. 19. What is subtraction? What are the terms called?
What the first step in stating? What the sec-
rowing ten, and carrying one?
terms? What the first step in stating? What
10, 100, 1000, &c.?
the steps in the operation? How is the an-
Les. 4. What is English Grammar? Into how many classes
are the words of the language divided? Wha
ing Murray's grammar rather than any other?
How do you know the noun? Whence do the
parts of speech derive their names? Les. 12. What is the second part of speech? What its
office? How many articles? What examples?
How do you know the articles?
To what refer? What examples? How know
it stand? What its relations, &c.?
amples? How do you know the pronoun? Les. 24. What the fifth part of speech? What its nature
and office! What examples? Where placed?
How do you know the adjective?
How ended? What examples? What nature and
office? How do you know the participle? Les. 32. What the seventh part of speech? Its nature
and office! Examples? What the use of words?
How classed? What the object of studying
grammar? How do you know the adverb? Les. 36. Are there few or many adverbs in the language?
How many kinds? Can you name one of each?
SPELLING.--LESSON 1. Easy words of two syllables, accent on the second; the long
sound of the vowels. bē-dăsh be-goť. bē-mire' be-spõť bē-dăûb' bë-grim bē-nět'
bē-stride' bë-dim be-gun be-mòil bē-stud' bē-drop bē-hāve' bē-reft
be-täke' bē-dúst bē-hěld' be-sēëm' be-think' bē-fit bē-hest' bē-set'
be-tide' be-f 661 bē-hind' bê-side' bē-time bē-före bē-hold bē-sınúť bē-tôôk' bē-fòûl bē-hôôf bē-sort bē-trim' bē-gěť be-like bē-sot' bē-trot'h' bē-gin'
Brevity of Time. 1. Time is a tide that never runs back'; it knows no pause'; and no man has seen its end'. Hence, it is brief, only as it relates to the life of man'. The several stages into which that life is lotted', pass off in very quick succession'; and the whole date of his continuing', is brief indeed'.
2. The moment that is passed', is gone for ever', aone can beg it back'; none can charm it back'.
The arrow is flown';—the moment is gone';
And reports to its author', how we pass it by': 3. Now', as the past is gone and can be retaken by none', and as no one has a title to the future', the most that can be claimed, is the present'. Let this little point, then, be used with care', and promptly and wisely devoted to the duties of life', and the things that pertain to the hour of death'.
Practical Exercises. 1. James has 13 sheep, John has 3 times as many, and Jano has 6 times as many as John; How many has Jane, and what will they amount to at 2 dollars a head?
Thus: 13X3=39, X6=234, Jane's sheep, and 234 X2= 468 dollars, Answer.
2. Six men paid a debt; each gave 631 dollars; what was the debt?
Answer, 3786 dollars. 3. The State of New York is divided into 56 counties. Now suppose each county has 36 towns, each town 572 houses, and each house 5 persons; what would be the population of the whole state? Ans. 2016 Towns; 1153152 houses; 5765760 persons.
4. B. has a fine orchard; the trees stand in rows two ways; each row one way has 138 trees, and 110 the other way. Now suppose each tree bears 909 apples; how many trees and apples in the orchard? Ans. 15180 trees; 13798620 apples.
5. A. bought 342 bales of cloth; each bale has 56 pieces, and each piece 25 yards, and each yard worth 5 dollars; find the amount.
Ans. 2394000 dollars.
The eighth part of speech. The eighth part of speech is the Conjunction. This class of words is used to join words, and sentences, and members of sentences. They are generally small words and are styled particles. And, but, as, so, yet, are among the most common.
Thus: James and John are good boys. Jane and Mary read well, but they write too fast. He whistles as he goes, yet he is sad. As the tree falls so it lies.
038. You will know the conjunction because it connects words, or sentences, or parts of sentences, and is called a conneclive particle.
Or, like a vessel under sail';
Darting down upon
Mocking the pursuing eye';
Or, like a rain-bow in a show'r'.
Shot gleaming thro' a winter's day';
Or, like a half forgotten dream'.
Which dies before the rising light';
ARITHMETIC.-LESSON 7. The operations of subtraction may be performed in a very compendious way by a rule called
Division shows a method of finding how many times one number is found in another, and what remains.
In this case two terms are given to find a third.
The number by which the division is made is called the Divisor.
And the third term or answer is called the Quotient.
What is left when the work is done, is a fractional part of the dividend, and is called the Remainder; this will always be less than the divisor.
When the divisor is less than 13, it is called short division, for then it is done by one operation, and the quotient stands in a line under the dividend.
Rule 1. Write the divisor on the left of the dividend, and part them by a small curved line; then draw a line under the dividend.
2. Find by inspection how often the divisor is contained in the first left hand figure or figures, and place the result under the right hand figure of those that were taken into the inspection, for the first left hand figure in the quotient.