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All clouds float in the aerial regions.

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The aerial songsters are birds of the air.
Grave-stones are placed by graves, as memorials of the dead. lid ge

They call to our remembrance our friends who are buried rick et

under them or near them. The blossoms of spring send forth an agreeable smeli. There is an immediate communication between the heart and rish et brain.

Ticket Men who have been instructed in colleges are said to have a click collegiate education.

tick Laudanum is given to alleviate pain, The sun illuminates our world, pour hodies are material, and will return to dust; but our souls rick e

are immaterial, and will not die. Arterial blood is that which flows from the heart through the dicke

arteries An actor of a tragedy upon the stage is called a tragedian A. Collegian is a student at college. (tod has made two great lights for our world--the sun and the

moon; the sun is the superior light, and the moon is the

inferior, or lesser light. The exterior part of a house, is the outside, the interior, is

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No. 80.XXXX
WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE FIRST,

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linch pir
kitch en prog ress

ob jeet chick en fôr tress sůb jeet

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bắt tress rēl iet sắt in

rick ets dis triet ür chin

în stinet săv in

dol phin non plus prē çinet wěl kip

pip pin grăm pus sīb bet těn don här ness

shēr bet lăt in wit ness

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blănk et fil let hôr net

mär ket skil let bûr net răck et bås ket mil let

trăm pet lătch et eås ket eol let

lắp pet fresh et bris ket

tip pet jăck et mús ket mŭl let plăck et văl et eăm let

elăr et brăck et tăb let hăm let tộck et

fer ret erick et

în let

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The old Romans used to write in the Latin language
The linchpin secures the cart-wheel upon the cart.
Satin is a rich glossy silk.
The falcon is a bird of the hawk kind.
Ladies should know how to manage a kitchen,
The little chickens follow the hen.
The mårtin builds its nest near the house.

A witness must tell all the truth in court.
Our Congress meets once a year to make laws.
The sloven seldom keeps his hands clean,
The dolphin is a sea-fish.
A boy can harness a horse in a wagon.
We barness horses for the coach or gig.
A good mistress will keep her house in order.
The grampus is a large fish living in the sea.
A relict is a woman whose husband is dead.
Boys love to make a great racket.
Brickbats are pieces of broken bricks.
The doctor bleeds his patients with a lancet.
When large hail-stones fall on the house they make a great

racket. The little boy likes to have a new jacket.

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No. 81.-LXXXI.
WORDS OF THREE SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE SECOND,

AND THE LAST COLUMN LEFT UNMARKED,
re věnge ful in věnt ive in ac tive
for gět fựl

de fect ive e věnt fùl pre gămp tive

ef fect ive eon sümp tỉve ob ject ive dis gúst fựl de çěp tỉve e lect ive dis trust ful as sērt ive ad he sive sue çěss fưl a bôr tive co he sive un skill ful di gěst sve

de ci sive eol lẽet įve

ex půl sive cor ro sive pros pěet ļve

com půl sĩvė a bu sive per spēet sve im půl sive con clu sive eor rẽet įve

re půl sĩve ex clu sive in vẽe tive de fện sĩve in clu sive vin die tive of fện sựye e lu sive af fliet sve sub vēr sive de lu sive at trăet sve dis eûr sive al lu sive dis tỉnet ive ex eûr sĩve il lu sive sub jŭne tive in eûr sive col lu sive eon jŭne tive sue çěss ive ob tru sive in dŭet sve ex çěss ive

in tru sive pro dŭet ive pro grėss ive

pro tru siye de strŭe tsve

op prēss ìve e va sive eon strŭet įve ex préss sve

per sua sive in căn tive im press ive

as sua sive re tẽn time sub mỉs sive dis sua sive at těn tỉve per mis sĩve

un fad ing pre věnt įve

trans mis sive un feel ing We are apt to live forgetful of our continual dependence on the

will of God. We should not trust our lives to unskillful doctors or drunken

sailors. Washington was a successful general.

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A prospective view, means à view before us.

Perspective glasses are such as we look through, to see things ; tive

at a distance. Telescopes are perspective glasses.

Rum, gin, brandy and whisky, are destructive enemies to ect it

mankind. They destroy more lives than wars, famine 'and ctive

pestilence. ect ireAn attentive boy will improve in learning. tive

Putrid bodies emit an offensive smell. e sive

The drunkard's course is progressive; he begins by drinking a

little, and shortens his life by drinking to excess. e sive

The sloth is an inactive, slow animal. i sive

The President of the United States is elective once every four

years. He is chosen by electors who are elected by people sive

of the different States. clusive

No. 82.-LXXXII. u sire

WORDS OF FOUR SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE FIRS'I. sive jū di ea tūre spirit oŭs

ăr i ta tūre sive

ěx pli ea tỉve spîr it ū al těm per a tūre sive

păl li a tive :lin e a ment lit er a tūre sive

spěe ū la tỉve vžş ion a ry ăg ri eul tūre
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prõm on to ry
věj e tā tive
mēr çe na ry

pěr emp to ry
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căş ū is try sive

No. 83.-LXXXIII.
WORDS OF THREE SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE FIRST.
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ob vi oŭs
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pēr vi oŭs
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BÄR, LÅST, EÂRE, FALL; WILAT; nĒr, PrEY, TIÊRE; ZET; BĨRD, MARÏNE; LINK;

seŭr ril oŭs mär vel oŭs frỉv o loňs făb u loňs něb ū loňs glob u loňs ered ū loňs

sēd u loňs

pop ū loūs glănd u loňs; quěr u loňs grăn ủ lois

în fa mous pěnd ū loňs

bláš phe mous seröf u loňs dē vi oŭs ēm ū loŭs

prē vi oŭs trěm û loňs li bel oŭs

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No. 84.-LXXXIV. WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES, ACCENTED ON THE FIRST bon fīre spěnd thrift eal dron wor ship săm phire sur feit chăl dron stär līght săp phīre děs eant săf fron mid nīght quăg mīre pěd ant

ip right 1ěm pīre pěnd ant

în sight ům pīre vēr dant

lăn tern fôr feit wěl fare sól emn

çis tern sûr feit härd ware eol umn

păt tern non sūit wind pīpe võl ūme

slăt tern

prig on băg pipe ăn super

bit tern hôrn pīpe eon quer

tăv ern

mēr chant brỉm stone eôr sâir góv ern doŭb let sàn guine grằnd eũr stắb born före head

chěck er vine yard trìb üne tăe ties

vie ar euck oo fôrt ūne

€oop er lănd seāpe căl ends chăm fer păm phlet fôr ward pärs ley

mawk ish proph et

friend ship awk ward €ón traet

härd ship dwarf ish Brimstone is a mineral which is dug from the earth. Children should answer questions politely. When the sun shines with clearness, it is the most splendid object that we can see.

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