An easy guide to the German language; or, A new course of instruction by which persons may learn German in a short time

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Page 10 - GERMAN AND ENGLISH AND ENGLISH AND GERMAN DICTIONARY. New edition, adapted to the English Student, with great additions and improvements, by CA FEILINO, DR.
Page 66 - This opinion, which, perhaps, prevails as far as human nature is diffused, could become universal only by its truth: those, that never heard of one another, would not have agreed in a tale which nothing but experience can make credible. That it is doubted by single cavillers can very little weaken the general evidence, and some who deny it with their tongues confess it by their fears.
Page 66 - ... sparkled in cups of gold that were wreathed with flowers ; and baskets were heaped with all the variety of fruit that is promised by spring and bestowed by autumn. In the mean time, four of the attendant nymphs began to sing. Their first theme was the battle of the gods and Titans ; then they celebrated the loves of Jupiter and Sem'ele ; the birth of Bac'chus, and his education under old Sile'nus ; the race of Atalanta, with Hippom'enes, whom she conquered with golden apples that were gathered...
Page 12 - ... after the verb in the simple tenses, and between the auxiliary and the participle in the compound tenses...
Page 68 - ... nothing to be hoped from longer stay. They returned to Cairo, repenting of their curiosity, censuring the negligence of the government, lamenting their own rashness, which had neglected to procure a guard, imagining many expedients by which the loss of Pekuah might have been prevented, and resolving to do something for her recovery, though none could ' find anything proper to be done. Nekayah retired to her chamber, where her women attempted to comfort her, by telling her that all had their troubles,...
Page 3 - I. (the celebrated part) with explanation of the most difficult words, by the Rev. Dr. Tiarks. 12mo. cloth boards London 046 Gedichte.
Page 68 - ... people which is governed by a wise king.' .... Mentor afterwards desired me to remark the happiness and abundance which was spread over all the country of Egypt, where twentytwo thousand cities might be counted. He admired the excellent police regulations of the cities ; , the justice administered in...
Page 90 - since thou art permitted to enter the realms of darkness, which to all the living, besides thyself, are interdicted ; make haste to push forward, whithersoever the Fates have called thee. Proceed, by this gloomy path, to the palace of Pluto, whom thou wilt find sitting upon his throne, and who will permit thee to enter those recesses of his dominion, the secrets of which I am not permitted to reveal...
Page 11 - English and German, and German and English Dictionary. 2 parts in 1 vol. 8vo. Leipzig, 1837 0 10 6 sprachvergleichendes Worterbuch der Deutschen Sprache.
Page 80 - If the grief arising from our captivity had not rendered us insensible to all the pleasures, we should have been delighted with the view of this fertile country of Egypt, which resembled a delicious garden watered with an infinite number of canals. We could not cast our eyes on either bank, without perceiving opulent cities, country houses agreeably situated, lands...

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