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the purpose of finding a pot of gold and jewels', but with a view to improve their vines', and increase their next vintage'. ADDITION OF COMPOUND TERMS.--LESSON 51.
Cloth Measure. (1) yds. drs. na. (2) E. E. gr. ga. (3) E. Fl. gr. na.
78 , 1 , 2 62 , 2., 1. 19 , 2 ,, 0 150 , 3 , 3 1116 , 2 , 2 638 , 1 , 2 255 , 3 , 1 8 14, 3,0 397 ,,3,, 3 631 , 2 ,, 0 . 769 , 1 , 3 458 , 2 , 1
1493 , 2 , 2 ,, 29 3. Add 1493 Lea. , 2 , 7 , 4 , 2 , 10 , 3 , 5; to 1262 Lea. „1,, 6 , 38 , 5 , 5 , 2 , 11 , 2 , 3 , 5.
Exercises in Parsing. RULE 2. The noun that implies possession is always governed by the thing possessed.
John's goat cost five dollars, at the fair.
In this example, John's is a noun proper, third person, singular number, masculine gender, in the possessive case, and governed by the noun goat; rule 2; which says, The noun that implies possession is governed by the thing possessed.
James threw Peter's dog into the Schuylkill. Joseph killed Moses' lambs. Foxes kill the farmer's fowls. The horses drew the man's coach on the bridge. Joshua's wife's brother, loves Nathan's tall sister.
Note. In the last example, the possessivo Josbaa's, is governed by the nøup wifes, and wife's by brother.' Rule 2
169 , 0 , 0 Ans. 4. Add T. 119 „3 , 52 , 2 , 1; T. 40 , 2 , 46 , 3 „1; T. 16 , 3 , 56 , 3 , 1; T. 2 , 16 , O , 1; T. 75 , 0 , 39 , 2 , 0, into one sum...
Exercises in Parsing. The sun rises in the east. The moon shines in the night. Ships sail on the great sea Joseph's watch is at home. John's vices are of a dark cast. Mary's virtues blossom around her. Time is on the wing. .
The first example may be parsed thus: The, an article refer- · ring to sun in limitation. Sun, a noun common, third person, singular number, masculine gender, and the subject of the verb rises. Rises is a verb, third person, singular number, and agrees with its subject. Rule 1. In, is a preposition, referring to the noun west in relation; the, is an article, referring to the groten west in limitation; west, is a noun commun ; third person, singular number, of neither gender, and in the objective case after the preposition in.
· Questions on the 17th Chapter,
Les. 2. What is remarked of the study of nature? What of him whose taste is formed for the study? What are some of those works? How do they affect the mind? What does the night? What does the scholar of nature do? What see?
Les. 6. At the dawn and through the day what does he do? Towards night what does he see? How do the objects affect him? Whai is said of the year? What does he read?
Les. 10. How is be repaid for his survey of the earth? What on his right? What on the lake: What on his left? Ilow do these affect his fancy?
Les. 14. Can you repeat some of the verses on the works of nature? What are the planetary hosts called? Who made them? What do the stars say to the young reader? :
Les. 18. What proclaims the creator? What the works of his hands? Where is their voice heard? What do they sing?
Les. 23. What is said of the ties between man and man at death? What lives when the man dies? How does it affect the living? Why do the living look for a precedent? To whom do they look? What the best legacy? .
Les. 26. What is wise in the living? How will it help the world? Who offers the best biography? What is said of his virtues? For whom did he live and die? What of his success? What of his death?
Les. 30. Repeat the lines of "How sleep the brave.' What does spring do? Who rings their knell? Who sings their dirge? Who comes to bless the turf, and to weep?
Les. 34. What of the ocean? What of its surge? Its glassy wave? The Leviathan? What of the winds and the effects? What of the drop on a needle's point and the whole ocean? What of the scaly tribes? What of ocean's mystic sounds?
Les. 38. What of winter? The thrifty farmer? What of the poor? What of his bed? Want? Hunger? Diseases? Charity and health? When are the poor to be remembered?
Les, 42. Where did Mr. C. live? What of his sons? What their character? What of the parents? What of his fortune! The loss of his wife, &c.?
Les. 46. What of his interview with his sons? His legacy, &c.