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FIFTEENTH WEEK. Lesson 71.-Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XXIV., Verses 3 and 4 ; OR ELSE LEARN
SCATTER SEEDS OF KINDNESS—(continued). Ah ! Those little ice-cold fingers How those little hands re-mind us, How they bring our mem-o-ries As in snow-y grace they lie, back
Not to scatterthorns-butrosesTo the has-ty words and ac-tions For our reap-ing by and by. Strewn along our back-ward Then scat-ter seeds of kind-ness track !
For our reap-ing by and by. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words).
bright-ly. sense-less. chang-ing. cloth-ing. bright-ness. Lesson 72.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography. A Strait* is a nar-row piece of water join-ing two other pieces.
The STRAITS OF DOVER*, between France and England, joins the North Sea with the English Channel. The STRAITS OF GIB-RAL'-TAR joins the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean Sea. A Channel is a wider and longer passage of water than a strait.
ST. GEORGE'S CHANNEL joins the Atlantic Ocean with the Irish Sea ;
the NORTH CHANNEL separates Ireland from Scotland. Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 73.—Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Add five hundred and twenty-seven ; seven thousand, five hundred and thirty-six ; forty thousand and ninety ; eight; and two thousand, six hundred and seventy-five.
(2) 39,846 - 37,797. (3) 91,682 x 12. (4) 38,645 ; 3.
Am-ple. Ex-am-ple. Cou-ple. Dim-ple.
EXERCISE.—Pick out the NOUNS, VERBS, and PRONOUNS. London is the largest city in the world. You should try and read
Compare Isthmus and Strait. The plural Straits is now more generally used, but with a singular meaning, hence the verb must be singular. Practically the words Straits-of-Dover, &c., is a compound noun in the singular number, and therefore the verb is “joins” and not "join."
LESSON 74—(continued). the lesson better; it is not difficult. Grandpa has been telling us each a nice tale, and grandma says she will do the same another day. “Will you walk into my parlour,” said the spider to the fly; “It is the prettiest parlour that ever you did spy.” “Lady bird, Lady bird, fly to your home, The sheep's* in the meadow, the cow's* in the corn.
DICTATION-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS IN THE EXERCISE. Lesson 75.-Friday Morning. Work thesel Write and Sums.
Pence 8. d. (1) Divide 38,622 by 2, 3, and 4. (2) 85,672 x 11.
70 are 5 10
72 6 0 Write each word twice and Learn.
80 6 8
7 0 Dwin-dle.
90 7. 6 Scrib-ble.
96 8 0
SIXTEENTH WEEK. Lesson 76.—Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XXIV., Verses 7 and 8; OR ELSE LEARN—
GOD EVERYWHERE. 'Tis God can see, 'tis God can hear, 'Tis God will hear me when I The wil-ful lie, the swear-er's pray, pray'r;
'Tis God can take my sins a-way ; 'Tis God can see, 'tis God doth 'Tis God can mer-cy show to know,
me, The way I every mo-ment go. And make me all I ought to be. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). ap-ple. tur-nip. in-sect.
Lesson 77.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
PARTS OF THE WATER.
LAKE WIN-DER-MERE is the largest lake in England; there are many smaller ones. There are also large lakes in both Scotland and Ireland.
* The children will require to be shown where the verb is in such abbreviated forms.
LESSON 77—(continued). The largest lakes of the world are in North America; but some of the prettiest are in Italy.
Most lakes have fresh water.
There are two large lakes in Asia, called the Cas'-PI-AN SEA and the SEA OF A'-RAL. The water of these lakes is salt, and that is why they are called seas.
Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12.
Lesson 78.—Wednesday Morning. Work Write and these Sums.
Learn. (1) 78,214 – 69,636.
Pence s. d. (2) 21,847 x 23.
100 are 8 4
9 0 (3) Thirty-eight thousand five hundred and sixty- 108 four ; 5.
110 9 2
120 10 0 Write each word twice and Learn.
130 10 10
132 11 0 Muz-zle.
140 11 8 Lau-rel.
144 12 0
Lesson 79.–Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
EXERCISE.—Pick out the NOUNS and VERBS from the Dictation.
DICTATION.—LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—In some parts of In-dia, A-ra-bia, and Af-ri-ca, wa-ter is so scarce that peo-ple are glad to buy it. But it is not more use-ful in these coun-tries than it is here, where it is so plen-ti-ful. It is the scar-ci-ty that gives it such a great value. In In-dia men go about sell-ing water. They car-ry it on their shoul-ders in a large bag made of the skin of a goat or a sheep, and are very care-ful of it. But such water is not nearly so nice as the clear, fresh spark-ling water you get from the spring. Lesson 80.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) 32,784 = 3, 4. (2) 78,625 = 5, 6.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 30 pence to 60 pence.+ Write each word twice and Learn.
An-i-mal. Ar-ri-val. Fu-ner-al. Gen-er-al.
* Compare Lake and Island.
+ This exercise may either be just the items given in the tables in the previous lessons; or the pence, corresponding to every number between 30 and 60, may be written at the teacher's discretion.
BLESSED BE THY NAME.
riv-er, Heal the heart long broke with Bles-sed be Thy name for ever!
weep-ing. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). bleach. weigh.
swim. bleach-ed. weigh-ed. seiz-ed.
bleach-ing. weigh-ing. seiz-ing. swim-ming. Lesson 82.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
PARTS OF THE WATER.
The THAMES* and SEV'-ERN* are our chief rivers.
At first they are little atreams; other little streams run into them, till at last they begin to be deep and wide. Rivers generally run into the sea, sometimes they run into lakes, and sometimes they lose themselves in the sand, All the rivers of the British Islands find their way to the sea, but some of them run through lakes first. A Trib'-u-ta-ry or feeder is a smaller stream flowing into a larger stream. Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 83.–Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) 37,482 x 24, 32. (2) 86,752 = 5, 6.
(3) Write out Pence Table from 60 pence to 120 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Im-mor-tal. In-ter-nal. Man-u-al. Min-er-al.
Lesson 84.-Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
There are many things which we cannot see, but which we can hear, feel, taste, or smell.
The names of all such things are nouns. EXERCISE.— Write out the NOUNS, the names of things which you cannot see. The singing of the birds is sweet. Hark how the
Young teachers should mind the pronunciation of these two names, těms: and sèv'-ŭrn, not sěv'-ren.
LESSON 84-Continued. thunder rolls ! Did you hear the report of the gun? Listen to the ecko. The scent of the rose is delightful. The heat of the fire melted the ice. The air is everywhere. Gas is invisible. Idleness leads to mischief. Learning is highly esteemed by wise men.
DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS IN THE EXERCISE.
Lesson 85.–Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Multiply forty-eight thousand and seventy-two by 34 and 53. (2) Fifty-nine thousand eight hundred and seventy-six = 6 and 7.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 100 pence to 144 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Per-so-nal. Prin-ci-pal. Re-fu-sal. Re-vi-val.
EIGHTEENTH WEEK. Lesson 86.—Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XXXIV., Verses 1 and 2 ; OR ELSE LEARN—
BLESSED BE THY NAME—(continued). Thou who slumb-er-est not nor That rises from the a-zure sea, sleep-est;
Like breath-ings of e-ter-ni-ty ; Blest are they · Thou kind-ly God of life, that fade shall keep-est;
never, God of even-ing's part-ing ray, Bless-ed be Thy name for ever! Of mid-night's gloom, and dawn
Jas. Hogg. ing day Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). hun-ger. stea-dy.
pup-py hun-ger-ed. stead-fast. crawl-ing. pup-pies. Lesson 87.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
PARTS OF A RIVER. The Source of a river is where it begins. The Mouth of a river is where it ends. The Banks of a river are the two sides. The Ba-sin of a river is the land drain-ed by the river and all its trib-u-ta-ries.
If a river has a wide mouth it forms an Es’-tu-a-ry. The mouth of the River Thames is an estuary ; the HUM'-BER is also an estuary, and so is the BRIS'-TOL CHAN'-NEL and the SOL'-WAY FIRTH.
When a river has several mouths, like the Nile, in Africa, it forms
what is called a Delta. No English rivers form deltas. Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12.