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“Let alone let alone
Club, brick-bat, and stone,
Consider, I pray,
Consider, your play,
No boy should forget that each boy is his brother,
Evening at home, after going to school. 1. When my father comes home in the evening from Then will I get up on his knee,
(work, And tell him how many fine things I have learned,
And show him how good I can be.
2. He'll hear what a number I know how to count,
I'll tell him what words I can spell,
That ere long I shall read very well.
3. I'll say to him all the fine verses I know, And tell him how kind we must be,
never must hurt poor dumb creatures at all, And he'll kiss me, and listen to mo.
4. I'll tell him we always must try to please God,
And never be cruel or rude;
And cares for, and blesses the good.
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TABLE 37.-XXXVII. Words in which g has its hard sound before e and i. Geld dag ger jag ged stag ger gift crag ged leg gin stag gers give dig ging pig gin twig gin gig rig ging rag ged wag gish
scrag gy bog gy gimp
gib bous shag ged fog gy gird gid dy slug gish clog ging girth
slug gard jog ging gew gaw giz zard snag gy jog ger brag ger gim let sprig ged nog gin
The Partial Judge. A Farmer came to a neighboring Lawyer, expressing great concern foranaccident which he said had just happened.
One of your Oxen, continued he, has been gored by an unlucky Bull of mine, and I should be glad to know how I am to make you reparation.
Thou art a very honest fellow, replied the Lawyer, and wilt not think it unreasonable that I expect one of thy oxen in return.
It is no more than justice, quoth the Farmer, to be sure; but what did I say?-_I mistake-It is
Bull that has killed one of
Indeed! says the Lawyer, that alters the case: I must inquire into the case; and if
And if! said the Farmer-the business I
find would have been concluded without an if, had you been as ready to do justice to others as to exact it from them.
as heard in village, pronounced vil lige.
of y when followed by another vowel;
as filial, pronounced fil yal, foc.
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