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Lesson 88.–Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) 73,986 – 27,865. (2) 56,473 x 35. (3) Forty-six thousand, seven hundred and forty-three ; 8, 9. (4) Write out the Pence Table from 12 pence to 40 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Sev-er-al. Re-new-al. De-ni-al. Spe-cial. Lesson 89.–Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
The Names of all things we can either See, Hear, Feel, Taste, or Smell, are nouns.
EXERCISE.— Write out in Two columns the NAMES OF THE THINGS we can see, and of those we cannot see. Hand, sweetness, goat, bitterness, sourness, roof, roughness, scent, noise, wind, clouds, thunder, air, voice, yard, gas, candle, breeze, breath, chair, kindness.
* DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS. - If any of my young friends have a little pet of their own—a dog, kit-ten, rab-bit, or bird—let me tell them to be kind and gen-tle with it, and ne-ver to tease it. It will soon love them very much, and nev-er be a-fraid of them. Boys and girls often hurt their pets when they do not mean to harm them, and are cru-el in their kind-ness. Lesson 90.-Friday Morning Work these Sums.
(1) Multiply seventy-nine thousand, six hundred and thirty-two by 12 and 52. (2) Divide 625,783 by 8 and 9.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 40 pence to 80 pence.
THE VOICE OF SPRING.
Wheel-ing round“ in ai-ry: ring. 1 soaring high, flying high in the air. * gnats, a kind of small fly. 3 on the wing, flying about. wheeling round, flying round. 5 airy, high in the air. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words).
qui-et-ness. di-vi-sor. ceas-ed.
voi-ces. qui-et-ly. di-vi-dend. ceas-ing. qui-et. qui-et-ed. quo-tient.
Lesson 92.-Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
POINTS OF THE COMPASS. North, South, East, and West are the four points of the Compass.
These are called the CAR'-DI-NAL POINTs, because they are the principal points.
If you can tell wher one of these points is you can easily find the others.
The sun helps us to find these points.
Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 93.-Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) 37,862 x 45 and 37. (2) 28,496 = 6 and 7, and prove the answers by Multiplication.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 90 pence to 130 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Suf-fice. Pre-cise. Pro-mise. Dis-miss.
Lesson 94.-Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
EXERCISE. —Pick out ALL the NOUNS and VERBS you can. and girls come out to play : the moon is shining bright as day.' Speak in a whisper. Your tone of voice is very loud. Hark, I hear a sound in the distance. What a pain I have in my side. The wind whistles among the branches of the trees. The hen clucks loudly.
DICTATION.—LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—My dear children never tell a lie. Many boys and girls, I am a-fraid, are of-ten found out tel-ling un-truths, but I think if they knew how naugh-ty it is they would give over this bad hab-it. Ly-ing is a low, mean vice, and is very wick-ed. When you do wrong never be afraid to speak the truth ; own your fault, and a-bide by it.
Lesson 95.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Multiply forty-nine thousand, seven hundred and ninety-six by 57, 36.
(2) Divide ninety-eight thousand, four hundred and sixty-five by 10, 11.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 30 to 80 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Dis-place. Dis-grace. Re-place. So-lace.
THE VOICE OF SPRING—(continued).
See the yel-low cat-kins6 cov-er
White and pur-ple vi-o-lets blow.12 yellow catkins, the flowers of the willow tree. 7 the willow has thin branches. 8 mossy green, covered with green moss. 9 star-like, like little stars. 10 clustering, growing close together. 11 below, lower down on the bank. 12 blow, are in flower. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words).
place. plac-ing. hea-vy: pre-pare.
pla-ced. shut-ter. hea-vi-ness. pre-par-ing. Lesson 97.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography
POINTS OF THE COMPASS. The West is in that part of the sky where the sun sets. The West is opposite the East.
The South is in that part of the sky in which the sun is seen at 12 o'clock.
The North is opposite the South. The sun is never seen in that part of the sky.
The letter N is used for north, S for south, E for east, and W for west.
Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each wovd having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12.
(1) Add 9,864 ; 27; 6,863 ; 7,787 ; 5; 28,793 ; 79 ; 6,482.
(5) Write out the Pence Table from 60 to 100 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Spe-cial. Anx-ious. An-cient. Par-tial.
Lesson 99.—Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
EXERCISE.—Pick out all the NOUNS, PRONOUNS, and VERBS from the piece of Dictation.
DICTATION.—LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—The mon-key is a very strange an-i-mal, very much like a man in his shape, as per-haps you may have seen in pic-tures. He lives in hot coun-tries, the for-ests of which are often fil-led with large bands of these an-i-mals. Monkeys have long tails which they can twist round things, and hold on by. They make a queer noise with their mouth, which we call chat-ter-ing. Lesson 100.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Nine thousand and eighty-four ~ 29 and 36. (2) Seventy-six thousand five hundred and nine = 7 and 9. Prove.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 90 to 144 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Gra-cious. Pre-cious. Vi-cious. Spa-cious.
TWENTY-FIRST WEEK. Lesson 101.-Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XXXIX., verses 4 and 5; OR ELSE LEARN—
THE VOICE OF SPRING—(continued).
Hark! the new born lambs are bleat-ing,
In the sun shine dances16 by. 13 meeting together to build their nests. 14 elms, a kind of a tree. 15 white, with white wings. 16 dances, flies. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). fro-lic. juice. straight.
sup-ply. frol-ick-ing. jui-cy. straight-en. sup-plies.
frol-ic-some. jui-ci-ness straight-en-ed. sup-pli-ed. Lesson 102.—Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
(1) The shape of the land.
LESSON 102-(continued). Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 103.—Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) 876,593 x 84 and 39. (2) 732,941 – 5 and 9.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 20 to 44 pence. Write each word twice and Learn.
Fu-ri-ous. Glo-ri-ous. Se-ri-ous. Stu-di-ous. Lesson 104.–Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
All the Names of Things we can only THINK about are Nouns, as “happiness," goodness," peace, "misery.”
EXERCISE.—Pick out the NOUNS which are the NAMES OF THINGS we can only THINK about. Wisdom is a virtue. Lying is a sin.
Honesty is the best policy.” Anger is madness. Charity begins at home.” “Godliness is great gain.” Always speak the truth.
EXERCISE.—Pick out the VERBS from the piece of Dictation.
*DICTATION.—LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—A man bought a watch, which, for a while, kept good time. But soon it be-gan to tick slow-er and slower, till at length it stop-ped. He then brought it to the ma-ker, who took up his glass, and, look-ing into it, spied a lit-tle grain of sand firm-ly fix-ed a-mong the wheels. This was the cause of the stop-page. Lesson 105.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Forty-nine thousand eight hundred and seven x 96 and 48.
(2) Thirty-seven thousand six hundred and fifty-nine = 7 and 5.
THE VOICE OF SPRING—(continued).
Look a-round thee, look a-round !
Prom-is-es sweet flow-ers and fruit. 11 abound, are in great numbers. 18 orchard trees, fruit trees.
19 white. with flowers. 20 waving, moved by the wind. 21 shoot, a small young branch
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