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LESSONS of Words of One SYLLABLE.
In Roman Letters*.
There is only one God; he is the King of kings, and the Saint of faints.
God is fo good that he loads me every day with kindness; from him I receive all; without him I can have nothing; he knows all that I do, and whatever I fay; his eyes fee to the bottom of my heart.
Near him, Kings are lefs than nothing.
His hands have made all I fee that is good and fine; in a word, all is full of his holy
The following Tranflations will be found not very fmooth in fome places; but this the judicious reader will excufe, well knowing, that when two Languages are made to correfpond word for word, it is impoffible but one of them、 hould be a little stiff, or not quite literal,
There are fome exceptions to this rule, which are inferted in the differtation on the Letter; see the Analyse des fons, &c, p. 66.
FRENCH WORDS of Two SYLLABLES,
With the English Significations to each Word,
af-fez (fé) af-fis
abfent abfolved accefs
fournefs loves (he) loved
ai-fé (xé) am-bre
ar-gent (jan) filver
bai-sé (zé) -
ban-quet (ké) banquet
blâ-ment (ils) blame (they)
bufbel border (they)