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No. 63.-LXIII.

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persons are fond of the allurements of dress. Strong drink leads to the debasement of the mind and body. We look with amazement on the evils of strong drink. The gambler is uneasy when he is at home. An indorser indorses his name on the back of a note; and his

indorsement makes him liable to pay the note. An archbishop is a chief dignitary of the church. Merchants often deposit money in the bank for safe keeping.

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When an old house is pulled down, it is no small job to re

move the rubbish. Washington was not a selfish man. He labored for the good

of his country more than for himself. Exercise will give us a relish for our food. Parents furnish their children with food and clothing, for this

is their duty. In China, thousands sometimes famish with hunger. Riding on horseback is good exercise.

OVE, BOX, WOLF, Foot, Moon, ôr; p!LF, PILI; EXIST; €=K;ů=s; ş=z; çu=sli. Lamp-black is a fine soot formed from the smoke of tar, pitch,

or pine wood. The Indians traffic with our people, and give furs for blankets. Granite is a kind of stone which is very strong, handsome,

and useful in building. The Senate of the United States is called the Upper-House of

Water will stagnate, and then it is not good.
Heavy winds sometimes prostrate trees.
Norway has a cold climate.
Medals are given as a reward at school.
We punish bad men to prevent crimes.
We pity the slavish drinkers of rum.
The drunkard's face will publish his vice and his disgrace.

No. 67.-LXVII.




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The sun is the brightest luminary.
The moon is the luminary of the night.
The streets, houses, and shops in New York are illuminated by

gas lights.
Potatoes and turnips are common culinary roots used in our

kitchens. We admire the rose for the delicacy of its colors and its sweet

There is a near intimacy between drunkenness, poverty, and

The obstinate will should be subdued.
Matrimony was instituted by God.
Antimony is a hard mineral, and is used in making types for

A witness must give true testimony.
A dromedary is a large quadruped.
Worldly inen make it their primary object to please them,

selves: duty holds but a secondary place in their esteem.
It is customary for tipplers to visit taverns.
Grammar is a difficult but ordinary study.
A seminary means a place of instruction.
Napoleon was an arbitrary emperor. He disposed of king-

doms as he chose.
The devil is the great adversary of man.


MOVE, BÓN, WOLF, Fotr, noon, ÔR; FILE, PULL; EXIST; €=K; đ=s; ş=z; çi=877.
Food is necessary to animal life.
Alabaster is a kind of marble or limestone.
An emissary is a secret agent employed to give information to

an enemy, or to act as a spy. The planetary worlds are those stars which go round the



A secretary is a writer, or a scribe.
Our actions are voluntary, proceeding from free will.
The Ohio river has many large tributary streams which con.

tribute to increase its waters.
Pure water and a good air are salutary.
- A church is called a sanctuary or holy place.

The dysentery is a painful disease.
A promissory note is a note by which a man promises to pay a

sum of money. The remarks at the beginning of a discourse are called prefa

tory remarks. Dilatory people are such as delay to do their work in its proper

time. An orator makes orations; and oratory is the art of public

speaking The auditory is the company who attend as hearers of a dis


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