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e-nough. Lesson 107.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
A MAP. A Map of the World is gen -al-ly formed of two large cir-cles.
Each of these two circles is a picture of half the world, as though the earth was cut through from pole to pole and laid out flat. The two cir-cu-lar parts are called Hem-i-spheres.
HEMISPHERE means half a sphere or half a globe. One
part is called the Eastern* Hemisphere. The other is called the Western* Hemisphere. Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 108.-Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Add 3,374 ; 962 ; 75,863 ; 284 ; 97; 378 ; 60,786. (2) 257,836 – 157,837. (3) 27,984 x 329.
(4) Divide eighty-nine thousand, six hundred and sixty-six by 9. Prove the answer by Multiplication. Write each word twice and Learn. Dun-geon.
Fash-ion. Lesson 109.-Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
EXERCISE.- Pick out all the PRONOUNS and VERBS from the piece of Dictation.
DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.-Bob was a boy who kept sheep on the hill-side. One fine summer's day, as he was sit-ting down on a bank, under the shade of a thick oak tree, and eating his din-ner of but-tered bread and cheese, a but-ter-fly flera close by him. He jump-ed up at once, and began to chase the gay in-sect from flow-er to flower. Lesson 110.-Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Multiply five thousand and sixty-nine by 49, 157.
(2) Divide forty-nine thousand, eight hundred and six by 12 and by 7. Prove the answers by Multiplication. Write each word twice and Learn. Mil-li-on. On-i-on.
Guar-di-an. * Mind the children pronounce these words correctly. West-úrn (not west-ren), east'-úrn, north'-úrn, sŭth-irn.
TWENTY-THIRD WEEK. Lesson 111.-Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XLII., Verses 1, 2, 3 ; OR ELSE LEARN
THE VOICE OF SPRING—(continued).
Turn thine eye22 to earth and hea-ven!
Mary Howitt, born 1804. 22 Turn thine eye, look. 23 melodies, songs.
24 clothed, covered. thy pleasure, to please thee. 26 Pour thy soul in gratitude, thank God with all thy heart. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). praise. cheer-ful. health.
de-light. prais-ed. plea-sant. heal-thy. de-light-ful. prais-ing. dis-mal.
health-ful. de-light-ed. Lesson 112.--Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
A MAP. The top part of a map is the North. The bottom part of a map is the South. The right-hand side of a map, as you look at it, is the East. The left-hand side of a map, as you look at it, is the West.
You can easily remember that the South is in front of the North, and that the EAST is in front of the WEST.
Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 113.-Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) 385,946 x 527 and 346. (2) 487,900 ; 30 and 40.* Prove.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 22 to 60 pence. Write and Learn. Griev-ous.
Nery-ous. Jea-lous. Rig-or-ous. Lesson 114.-Thursday Morn. Grammar. Write and Learn.
Verbs often have the little word "to" before them, as to love, to eat, to do, to be. Take both words together and always cals them'a verb. EXERCISE.—Put verbs in the spaces with " to " before them.- I want to bed. John loves his top. Send me a pen my * The method of crossing off the “O's” must now be taught
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LESSON 114—(continued). exercise with. I should like a new frock. When will you with me.
How am I this exercise. I love in the warm sunshine.
DICTATION.—LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—Boys and girls ought to feel great love to their parents for all the kind-ness and af-fec-tion they have shown for them since they were little in-fants. When they could do nothing for themselves their fathers and mothers took great care of them, and paid at-ten-tion to all their wants, giv-ing them food to satisfy their hun-ger and clothes to af-ford them warmth and pro-tec-tion. Lesson 115.–Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Multiply 394,716 by five hundred and sixty-seven and by four hundred and fifty-nine. (2) Divide 487,080 by ninety and forty.
(3) Write out the Pence Table from 60 to 100 pence.
THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER.
to be a chimney sweep. 2 scarcely, hardly. 3 'weep, sweep. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). wheel.
wheel-er. ei-ther. mis-chief. wheel-ed. chase.
nei-ther. mis-chiev-ous. wheel-ing. chas-ing. trou-ble.
prop-er. Lesson 117.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
THE MAP OF THE WORLD. The two parts of the Map of the World are calledThe East-ernt and the West-ernt Hemisphere.
* An Act of Parliament, regulating the trade of chimney sweeping, and the apprenticeship of children, and forbidding calling "sweep" in the streets, was passed 1834. In 1840 another Act was passed rendering it unlawful for master sweeps to take apprentices under 16 years old ; and no individual under 21 was to go up a chimney after 1st July, 1842. The enforcement of this law was made more stringent in 1864, and many cruelties, to which young persons, employed as chimney sweepers, were often subjected, have been done away with.
† Mind the pronunciation, easť-ŭrn and west-ŭrn, not east-rěn and wesť-rěn
The Eastern Hemisphere contains about two-thirds of all the land in the world. You will see, by looking at the map, that about half of it is land and the remaining half is water. The Eastern Hemisphere is often called “The Old World." Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 118.-Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Subtract 7,862 from 9,851. (2) Multiply 346,785 by 376.
EXERCISE.—Pick out all the NOUNS, VERBS, and PRONOUNS from the piece of Dictation.
DICTĀTION.—LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—How very fond boys are of throw-ing stones. If you walk on any road where there is a school, soon after the bell has rung for the chil-dren to go home, you will be quite sure to see stones thrown by some of them, and these stones may do much harm. Some chil-dren have the hab-it of throw-ing stones at near-ly everything they see. It is a thought-less and cru-el habit. Lesson 120. - Friday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Multiply 47,862 by three hundred and sixty.
(2) Divide thirty-six thousand, five hundred and ninety-four by 500. Prove. (3) 87,692 + 24 + 3,006 + 79,824 + 37 + 6 + 29,873. (4) Give the answers to the following.
85 pence are 41 pence are 83 pence are
THE CHIMNEY SWEEPER—(continued).
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+ curled, covered with curls. 5 lamb's back, the wool on a lamb's back. 6 shaved, cut off close. ? bare, without any hair. 8 white hair, light coloured hair. Or Write and Learn (Difficult words). naugh-ty. list-en.
ex-cept. dead. naugh-ti-ness. list-en-ed. die
death. naugh-ti-ly. list-en-ing. dy-ing. death-ly. Lesson 122.- Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.
THE MAP OF THE WORLD. The Western Hemisphere contains one continent-America.
America is divided into two parts, North and South America. The Western Hemisphere is often called "The New World.”
A long while ago we knew nothing about the Western Hemisphere, and about America. At last a clever man, called CHRIS'-TO-PHER CO-LUM'-BUS, sailed to it, in the year 1492 (about 400 years since). After that many people went from England, and from other countries, to live there, and
now America is one of the most important parts of the world. Or write 30 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more
letters in it, and learn the first 12. Lesson 123.–Wednesday Morning. Work these Sums.
(1) Take 38,629 from 98,764.
Give the answers to the following-
Cel-er-y. Flow-er-y. For-ger-y. Lesson 124.-Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.
EXERCISE.—Pick out all the NOUNS and VERBS you can. John's top bums with a loud noise. The cracking of the plough-boy's whip frightened the poultry. “Truth is stranger than fiction.” William the Conqueror sailed from Normandy, and landed on the south coast of England. The terrier is a kind of dog. John is a man who can be trusted. I am sure you are mistaken. Walking is a healthy exercise. Long walks should be taken in the country.
DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS IN THE EXERCISE.