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MOVE, SÓN, WOLF, foot, mÕON, ÔR; FỊLE, PȚLL; EXIST ; €=k; đ=s; q=2; ça=sn,

much more manly is it to ask a friend for cherries, peaches, pears or melons, than it is to sneak privately into his orchard and steal them. How must a boy, and much more a man, blush to be detected in so mean a tricki

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No. 127.-CXXVII.
IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, ħ is PRONOUNCED BEFORE W;

THUS whale IS PRONOUNCED hwale; when, hwen. whale whet whỉz whịp stock whéat

which where wharf whilk whey what whiff

whữs ker
wheel whỉg

whis tle
wheeze whìm whět stone whỉth er
whee dle whip whỉf file whỉt low
whine whịp whỉg gish whỉt tle
while whělna whỉg ğişm whirl
white
whelp

whirl pool
whi' ten
when

whirl wind white wash whěnce whìn yard whirl bắt whī tish whỉsk

whỉp €ôrd

whirl i sig whist whịp graft

wharf aģe whý whit

whịp saw

wharf in ġer

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whi ting

IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, 20 IS SILENT.

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who

who ev er whom

who so ěv er whose

whom so ěv er whole

whole sāle whoop

whole some Whales are the largest of marine animals. They afford us oil

for lamps and other purposes. Wheat is a species of graip that grows in most climates, and

its flour makes our finest bread.

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"Take To exis

never

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BÄR, List, cîrr, F.: L., WILT; uitr, PREY, THÊRE;, GET; BIRD, MARINE; LIŞK;
The two longest wbarves in this country are in New Haven

and Boston.
Wheels are most admirable instruments of conveyance; carts,

wagons, gigs, and coaches run on wheels.
Whey is the thin watery part of milk.
Bad boys sometimes know what a whip is by their feelings.

This is a kind of knowledge which good boys dispense with.
White is not so properly a color as a want of all color.
One of the first things a little boy tries to get is a penknife,

that lie may whittle with it. If he asks for a knife and it is

refused, he is pretty apt to whimper. The love of whisky has brought many a stout fellow to the

whipping-post. Large bushy. whiskers require a good deal of nursing and trim

ming.

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No. 128.-CXXVIII.
IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, X PASSES INTO THE SOUND OF 92.

ex ăģ' ġer āte ex ôr' di um
ex åm' îne

ex ot' ie
ex ěmpt' exăm' ple ex ěm' plar
ex ăn'i māte

ex' em pla ry ex hąust'

ăs

āte ex ěm' pli fý ex ée' ū tive

ex ěmp' tion ex ée' ū tor

ex on' er āte ex če u trix

ex ôr' bi tance ex hib'it

ex ôr' bi tant ex hāle'

ex ist' ěnce ex ū' ber ant

S THE

ex as'

per ate

ex hôrt" exile' exist ex últ'

bás Ch mis

que fùs

IN THE

The word exact is an adjective signifying nice, accurate, or

precise ; it is also a verb signifying to demand, require, or

compel to yield. Astronomers can, by calculating, foretell the exact time of an

eclipse, or of the rising and setting of the sun. It is useful to keep very exact accounts. A king or a legislature must have power to exact taxes or du

ties to support the government. An exordium is a preface or preamble.

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NOVE, SỎx, vọLF, FOOT, Moon, ôn; ELLE, PULL; EXIST; +=1; G="; $=z; CH=8B, “Take away your exactions from my people.” Ez. 14. To exist signifies to be or to have life. Immortal souls will

never cease to exist. We must not exalt ourselves, nor exult over a fallen rival. It is our duty to exert our talents in doing good. We are not to expect to be exempt from evils. Exhort one another to the practice of virtue. Water is exhaled from the earth in vapor, and in time the

ground is exhausted of water. An exile is one who is banished from his country. In telling a story be careful not to exaggerate. Examine the Scriptures daily and carefully, and set an example

of good works. An executor is one appointed by a will to settle an estate after

the death of the testator who makes the will. The President of the United States is the chief executive officer

of the government. Officers should not exact exorbitant fees for their services, Charitable societies exhibit proofs of much benevolence. The earth often produces exuberant crops. Every man wishes to be exonerated from burdensome services.

No. 129.-CXXIX. IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, tian AND tion ARE PRONOUNCED

NEARLY chun băs' tion ad ús' tion i dĩ ges tion €hris tian

con gěs tion ex hąus' tion mix tion di ģěs tion

ex ús tion quěs tion

ad mix tion füs tian

sug gěs tion com būs tion in gěs tion

IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, ¿ IN AN UNACCENTED SYLLABLE

AND FOLLOWED BY A VOWEL, HAS A LIQUID SOUND, LIKE Y CONSONANT; Thus äl ien, IS PRONOUNCED al yen, AND eloth ier, elõth yer. äl ien sāv ior

sēn ior Court ier

bil ioŭs elõth ier

bill ion

pāv ior jūn ior

BÄR, LÅST, CÂRE, FALL, WHI.IT; ufr, PRES, THERE; GET; Bied, MARÏNE; LINK;

bill iards eŭll ion mill ion min ion mîn ioŭs pill ion pin ion rūnn ion seŭll ion trill ion trúnn ion brill jant fil ial eoll ier pămn ier

văl iant

com pin ion on ion

ras căl' ion bull ion do min' ion al' ien āte

mo dill' ion o pin' ion re bell' ion re běll' ious çi vilian dis un' ion

be havior tom mūn' ion pe cūl' iar ver mil' ion

in tăglo io pa vil' ion

se răglio pos till' ion

fa mil' iar ize fa mil' iar

o pin' ion ist bat tal' ion

o pin'ion ā ted

bil' ia ry
brill' ian cy
brill' iant ly
mil' ia ry
văl' iant ly
văl' iant ness

pon iard

grā zier

No. 130.-CXXX, IN THE FOLLOWING WORDS, THE SYLLABLES sier AND zier ARE

PRONOUNCED zher or zhur, sion ARE PRONOUNCED zhun, AND sia ARE PRONOUNCED zha, brā' gier pro fū' şion

il lū' şion glā zier a brā' sion

in fū' şion col lū' şion

in vā' şion ho gier

con elū' şion suf fū' şion o sier

con fū' şion dis suā" şion erő şier €or rū’ şion per suā' şion fū şion of tā' şion

am brö' şiá af fü' şion

am bro' gial eo hē' sion e lū' şion

ob tru' şion ad hē' şion

dif fū' şion de try şion de lū' şion dis plo' şion in trụ siên e rõ gion

ex plö' şion e vā' şion ef'fu' gion

ex tru' gion

per vā' gion

pro tru' şion

MOVE, SÓN, wolf, foot, Moon, Ôr; rưLE, PILL; Exist; €=K; =s; ş=2; çu=511. IN SOME OF THE FOLLOWING WORDS THE TERMINATING SYL

LABLE IS PRONOUNCED zhun, AND IN OTHERS THE VOWEL 2 MAY BE CONSIDERED TO HAVE THE SOUND OF Y.

ab sçis' şion pro vìş ion col liş ion re vision de ciş ion

le scis ion de rīs ion

ton cision ex cis ion di văş ion

in cision mis pris ion pre vision

e lisian çîr eum çis' ion sub di vîs' ion

e liş ion pre çış ion

No. 131.--CXXXI.

WORDS IN WHICII C BEFORE h HIAS THE SOUND OF K.

Christ thỹle sehēme hehe chăỤm ehrīşm ehörd ehyme lõeh sehool ehoir ehö' rus eho ral är ehīves thā os ä ehor

păs chal

ehol er

thěm ist ăn cho ret Christ mas

äreh' i teet Chris tian äreh' i trāve măs tiel

äreh' e type ěch o

hěp' tar thy ehrón ie măeh' i nāte sehěd üle €hris' ten dom

brăeh' i al ehlo rite, lăeh' ry mal

săe' eha rine eho rist sýn' chro nişm sehol ar

mieh' gel mas mon areh ehor' is ter stom aeh ehrón' i ele ăno a ehy

ôr' ches trå thrys' o līte

öeh' i my ehăr' ae ter

pā' tri areh tăt' e chişm eu' eha rist pěn' ta teñeh ehi mē' rå sép' ul eher těch' nie al eha mē' le on

ěp och

ī chor ö eher tro ehee ån ehor

pa rö' ehi al

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