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Lesson 38.—Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) Add sixty-two thousand five hundred and forty-one ; seven thousand two hundred and three; ninety-seven ; eighty-five thousand and six; seventy-eight; four thousand seven hundred.

(2) Find the difference between 7,360 and 83,059.
(3) Multiply 758,062 by 4.

(4) Write out nine times tables.
Write each word twice and Learn.
Cush-ion.
Des-cend.

De-sign.
Fash-ion.
Flou-rish.

For-eign.

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Lesson 39.—Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.

All names of things are nouns.

EXERCISE.— Write out all the NOUNS the NAMES OF THINGS. Oranges are sweet. Apples grow on a tree. Clay is made into bricks. Tea comes from China. Gas is made from coal. Butter and cheese are made from milk. Ice and snow are cold. Pennies are made of bronze. Iron is a useful metal. This ink is black. Pistols, swords, guns, and cannons are deadly weapons.

DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS IN THE EXERCISE.

Lesson 40.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) Seventy-seven thousand, six hundred and nineteen x eight. (2) Sixty-five thousand, seven hundred and ninety-four x seven.

(3) 385,976 x 5. (4) Write out ten times tables. Write each word twice and Learn. Friend-ship.

Ful-fil.

Laugh-ter.
Guil-ty-

Ful-fil-ling

Li-cense.
NINTH WEEK.
Lesson 41.-Learn for Monday Morning.
Psalm XXXVII., Verses 3 and 4; OR ELSE LEARN—

THE TALENTS.
God en-trusts to all

Though the great and wise Ta-lents few or many ;

Have a great-er num-ber, None so young or small

Yet my one I prize,
That they have not any.

And it must not slum-ber. Or Write and Learn. (Difficult words.) view.

scold.

scale. view-ed. scant.

scrap.

scal-ed. view-ing. scalp.

scrub.

scal-ing.

scarce.

Lesson 42.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.

PARTS OF THE LAND. A Mount-ain is a high hill.

SNOW'-DON in Wales is a mountain, and so is BEN NE'-vis in Scotland. The highest mountain in the world is above five miles high. All very high mountains have their tops covered with snow, both summer and winter. A Plain is a large and near-ly lev-el part of the land.

When a plain is at a great height from the sea we call it a PLAT-EAU

(plat-6). There is no plateau in England, but there are several plains. Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more

letters in it, and learn the first 10.

Lesson 43.-Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) Add 97,063 ; 6,873 ; 892; 9,784; 333; 7.

(2) Subtract seven thousand three hundred and seven from eight thousand two hundred and forty-one.

(3) 38,476 x 7. (4) Write out eleven times tables.
Write each word twice and Learn.
Liz-ard.
Neph-ew.

Nui-sanco.
Os-trich.
Oys-ter.

Pic-nic.

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Lesson 44.—Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.

EXERCISE.— Write out twelve NOUNS the NAMES OF THINGS in the school.

Write out eight NOUNS the NAMES OF THINGS we eat.

DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—Iron is the most use-ful of all the met-als, though it costs the least. It is met with in ev-e-ry part of the world, and a little of it is found in our blood, and in near-ly all plants, stones, and earths. It is very sel-dom found pure, as sil-ver and gold some-times are, but it has to be melt-ed out of the ore, in a very hot fur-nace.

Lesson 45.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) Three thousand, seven hundred and ninety-seven x 8.
(2) Multiply 59,670 by 3 and 8.

(3) Write out twelve times tables.
Write each word twice and Learn.
Por-trait.
Pig-eon.

Pre-cious.
Pur-suit.
Ques-tion.

Quiv-er.
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TENTH WEEK.
Lesson 46.—Learn for Monday Morning.
PSALM XXXVII., Verses 5 and 6 ; OR ELSE LEARN-

THE TALENTS—(continued).
God will sure-ly ask,

Little drops of rain
Ere I en-ter hea-ven,

Bring the spring-ing flow-ers ; Have I done the task

And I may at-tain
Which to me was giv-en. Much by lit-tle pow-ers.
Or Write and Learn (Difficult words).
con-ceit. deign. eight.

brought.
de-ceit. feign. weight.
re-ceipt. reign. freight.

cou-sin.

al-ways.

Lesson 47.—Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.

PARTS OF THE LAND. A Vol-ca'-no is a mountain or hill which throws out steam, flame, ashes, stones, and melted matter from its interior. Volcanoes are often called Burn'-ing Mountains.

ET-NA, in Si'-ci-ly, is a volcano. We have no burning mountains in England, but there are a great many in South America, and in other parts of the world A Val-ley is a hol-low between hills or mountains.

Rivers generally run through valleys, and their waters often fill up the hollows and form lakes.

There are some in all parts of England, and beautiful valleys with lakes are found among the mountains of Cum-ber-land and Wales. Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more

letters in it, and learn the first 10.

Lesson 48.–Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) Seventy-five thousand and nine + forty-one +- eight hundred and nine + three thousand, seven hundred and fifty-five + four thousand and seventy-four.

(2) From 389,764 take 99,999.
(3) Subtract 3,216 from 56,000.

(4) Write out seven times tables.
Write each word twice and Learn.
Reck-on.
Re-gion.

Re-sign.
Re-view.
Rhu-barb.

Scis-sors.

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Lesson 49.-Thursday Morning. Grammar.* Write and

Learn.
LIST OF PRONOUNS.—TO BE WELL LEARNT.
I; thou; he, she, it; We; ye, you; they.

Per. Pro.
Me; thee; him, her, it. 'Us; you them.
My, mine; thy, thine; his, hers, its.

Poss. Pro.
Our, ours; your, yours; their, theirs.

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Or EXERCISE.Pick out all the NOUNS from the piece of Dictation.

DICTATION.--LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—John and his father went to London. They stay-ed at the house of Aunt Mary from Mon-day till Sat-ur-day. John's cou-sins, Sam and El-len, were so pleas-ed to see him. They took him out for a walk one after-noon, and show-ed him the grand shops, the wide streets, and the beau-ti-ful build-ings.

Lesson 50.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) Multiply eight thousand, seven hundred and sixty by nine.

(2) 376,806 x eight and seven. (3) Write out eight times tables.
Write each word twice and Learn.
Seize.
Seiz-ure.

Squir-rel.
Seiz-ing.
Se-ries.

Quar-rel.

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ELEVENTH WEEK.
Lesson 51.-Learn for Monday Morning.
Psalm XXXVII., Verses 25, 26, and 27 ; OR ELSE LEARN-

THE TALENTS—(continued).
Every little mite,

God en-trusts to all
Every little mea-sure,

Tal-ents few or many;
Helps to spread the light,

None so young or small Helps to swell the trea-sure. That they have not any. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). thieve. siege.

fierce.

study.
be-lief. be-siege. fierce-ly. stu-dies.
be-lieve. yield. priest.

ea-ger.

*It is very necessary that the children know the Personal Pronouns, and be able to pick them out readily. Now will be a suitable time to learn the list here given. If it is learnt by heart thoroughly, much trouble will be afterwards saved.

Lesson 52.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.

PARTS OF THE LAND. A Des'-ert is a tract of country gen-er-al-ly cov-er-ed with sand, in which nothing will grow.

There are two very large deserts in the world, and a great many small onės. The Desert of SA-HA'-RA, in Africa, and of Go'-BI, in Asia, are many times larger than all our country. There are no deserts in England, An O-a'-sis is a fertile spot in a desert.

Deserts are generally very dry, but when a spring of water rises any. where in a desert, grass and trees begin to grow. Such a place is called an“ oasis.'

Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more

letters in it, and learn the first 10.

Lesson 53.—Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) 20,765 + 939 + 7,786 + 33,333 + 279 + 6,739.

(2) Prom fifty thousand and twelve take forty thousand and sixteen. (3) 36,782 x 8. (4) Write out nine times tables. Write each word twice and Learn. Sto-mach. Sur-geon.

Sy-rup.
Sys-tem.
Tooth-ache.

Trea-sure.

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Lesson 54.-Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.

EXERCISE.—Pick out all the NOUNS from the piece of Dictation.

DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—Rich-ard, Har-ry, and Char-ley went into the gar-den one day to gath-er a nose-gay for their moth-er, and to get some things for the din-ner. They first pluck-ed some flow-ers. One got three roses, another a li-ly, and the other some pan-sies, with many other kinds, and a few green fern leaves. They then gather-ed some peas, and dug up a few po-ta-toes.

Lesson 55.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.

(1) Nine thousand, six hundred and forty-two x seven.
(2) Multiply five thousand, six hundred and ninety-seven by pine.

(3) 284,753 x 10. (4) Write out ten times tables.
Write each word twice and Learn.
Tri-umph.
Whole-sale.

Wool-len.
Wrap-per.
Neigh-bour.

Jea-lous.

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