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Lesson 3.-Wednesday Morning. Work Write and . these Sums.

Learn. (1) 85,300 + 4,097 + 70,079 + 7,208 + 630 + 7 x 1 = 7 8,704.

7 x 2 = 14 (2) Prom twenty-seven thousand and sixty 7 x 3 = 21 three take four thousand, five hundred and ninety 7 x 4 = 28 one.

7 x 5 = 35 Write each word three times and Learn.

7 x 6 = 42 Bruise. | Eaves. | Fright. | Grief. Lesson 4.-Thursday Morn. Grammar. Write and Learn.

Gram'-mar teaches us about WORDS and SEN-TEN-CES.
Words are made up of Let-ters.
We use 26 letters, they are call-ed the Al'-pha-bet.

DICTATION-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS. *-Com-mon salt is found in the wa-ters of the o-cean or sea, and also in rocks be-neath tne earth. Large quan-ti-ties are found in Eng-land. At one time salt was very scarce and dear, but there is now plenty of it to be bought, and it is cheap. Lesson 5.–Friday Morning. Work these Write and Sums.

Learn. (1) 73,648 (2) 73,648 (3) 73,648 7 x 7 = 49

7 x 8 = 56

7 x 9 = 63 Write each word three times and Learn.

x 11 =
Guard. | Hymn. | Neigh. | Sauce.

7 x 12 =
SECOND WEEK.
Lesson 6.-Learn for Monday Morning.
PSALM XXIII., verses 4, 5, 6; OR ELSE LEARN-

LITTLE THINGS—(continued).
Lit-tle deeds of kind-ness, So our lit-tle er-rors
Lit-tle words of love,

Lead the soul a-stray
Make our earth an E-den, From the paths of vir-tue,

Like the Hea-ven a-bove. Far in sin to stray. Or Write and Learn (Silent letters).

American. tomb.

talk.

sign.
lamb.
calm.

walk.
alms.
palm.
debt.

stalk.

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balm.

isle.

* The hardest words are in italics.

Lesson 7.-Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography

SIZE OF THE EARTH. The mea-sure through the cen-tre, or mid-dle of the earth, from side to side, is nearly 8,000 miles.

This is call-ed the di-am'-e-ter of the earth.

The measure round the out-side of the earth, in the wi-dest part, is about 25,000 miles. This is call-ed the cir-cum-fer-ence of the earth.

The earth is so large that it would take you nearly six years to go all round it, if you went twelve miles every day. But you cannot walk all round the outside because part of it is covered with water.

If you could ride round the world in a train, going twelve miles an hour, day and night, it would take you two months and a half to do the journey.

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

letters in it, and learn the first 10.

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Lesson 8.–Wednesday Morning. Work

Write and these Sums.

Learn.

8 x 1 = 8 (1) 70,608 +9,872 + 38,999+846 +29 +9,786.

8 x 2 = 16 (2) 864,978 – 79,889.

8 x 3 = 24

8 x 4 = 32 Write each word three times and Learn.

8 x 5 = Seize. Shriek. | Squeak. | Squeeze. 1 8 x 6 = 48 Lesson 9.—Thursday Morn. Grammar. Write and Learn.

When we speak, or when we write, we make use of words. There are eight kinds of words, called Parts of Speech.

Every word we use belongs to one of these “ parts of speech.
The two chief " parts of speechare Nouns and Verbs.

DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—Clay is one of the inost use-ful things we get out of the ground. Bricks and tiles are made from com-mon clay, and pots, such as cups, sau-cers, mugs, plates and dishes, are made from white clay. At one time there were few pots, and peo-ple used wood-en plates and cups of horn. Lesson 10.-Friday Morning. Work these Write and Sums.

Learn. (1) 741,682 (2) 96,820 (3) 73,826

8 x 7 = 56 8 x 8 = 64

8 x 9 = 72 Write each word three times, and Learn. 8 x 11

Squint. | Sword. | Wreck. | Wring.

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THIRD WEEK. Lesson 11.-Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XL., Verse 5; OR ELSE LEARN—

THE LITTLE PILGRIM.
I'm a lit-tle pil-grim

Mine's a bet-ter coun-try,
And a stran-ger here ;

Where there is no sin,
Though this world is plea-sant, Where the tones of sor-row
Sin is ever near.

Ne-ver en-ter in.
Or Write and Learn (Silent letters).
limb.
chalk.
dumb.

climb.
comb.
yolk.
numb.

ghost.
John.
sword.

hearth.

folk.

Lesson 12.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.

LAND AND WATER. The sur'-face, or out-side of the earth is made up of land and wa-ter. There is three times more water than land.

Only one quarter of the earth is land, and if you look at the map you will see that the water divides the land into several large pieces and into a great many small ones. The large pieces of land are called con'-ti-nents. The small pieces of land are called is'-lands.

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

letters in it, and learn the first 10.

Lesson 13.–Wednesday Morning. Work | Write and these Sums.

Learn. (1) 98,064 (2) 86,739 (3) 86,739 9 X 1 = 9 78,395

9 x 2 = 18 9 X 3 = 27

9 X 4 = 36 Write each word three times and Learn.

9 x 5 Wrought. | Wedge. | Weigh. I Yield. | 9 x 6 = 54 Lesson 14.–Thursday Morn. Grammar. Write and Learn. A noun is a word which is the name of anything.

The word noun means name.
All names of persons are nouns.

Write in a column the NOUNS which are NAMES OF PERSONS from this Exercise.—John and Thomas ran to see Mr. Wilson. James is

LESSON 14Continued. a good boy, but Mary is a naughty girl. I saw Jane with her ball. Come, Tom, let us go home. Our queen's name is Victoria. Ellen goes to school. Eliza's father is playing with Kate.

DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—Bricks used to be made from clay mix-ed with straw, and then dried in the sun. Now the clay is well knead-ed, then press-ed into moulds of the pro-per size, and pla-ced in rows to dry. They are then bak-ed or burnt in a fur-nace, call-ed a kiln, till they be-come red and hard.

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FOURTH WEEK. Lesson 16.–Learn for Monday Morning. PSALM XIX., verses 1, 2, 3; OR ELSE LEARN—

: THE LITTLE PILGRIM.—(continued.) But a little pil-grim

Jesus, cleanse and save me, Must have gar-ments clean,

Teach me to o-bey; If he'd wear the white robes, Holy Spirit guide me And with Christ be seen.

On my hea-ven-ly way.

J. Curwen. Or Write and Learn (Silent letters). wring. write.

writ.

wry. wrung. writ-ing.

wrong.

heir.
wrote.
writ-ten.
wrath.

knee. Lesson 17.–Tuesday Morn. Write and Learn. Geography.

THE WATER.
The largest pieces of water are called o'-ceans.
The smallest pieces of water are called seas.

All the water is really one piece, but we give different names to the different parts. There are five

oceans.
(1) The At-lan'-tic Ocean.
(2) The Pa-ci'-fic Ocean.

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LESSON 17-Continued.
(3) The In'-di-an Ocean.
(4) The Arctic* Ocean.

(5) The An-tarc'-tic* Ocean. Or write 25 spellings out of any book, each word having six or more

letters in it, and learn the first 10. Lesson 18.-Wednesday Morning. Work | Write and these Sums.

Learn. (1) 864,193 + 217,840 + 998 + 3,727 + 654 + 10 x1 = 10 9,784.

10 x 2 = 20 (2) Multiply eighty-five thousand, six hundred 10 x 3 = 30 and seven by seven and eight.

10 X 4
Write each word twice and Learn.
Cre-ate.
De-sire.

Sense.
Cre-a-tor. 1 De-sir-ous. 1 Sen-si-ble.
Lesson 19.-Thursday Morning. Grammar. Write.

All names of places are nouns.

EXERCISE. ---Write in a column the NOUNS which are NAMES OF PLACES. -London is the capital of England. Cotton goods are made at Manchester, Bolton, Preston, and Blackburn. Pens are made at Birmingham. Knives come from Sheffield. Oxford, Cambridge, London, Durham and Manchester are university cities. India is a country in Asia. Sugar comes from the West Indies. Coffee grows in Brazil. Tea comes from China and Assam.

DICTATION.-LEARN TO SPELL ALL THE WORDS.—Slate, such as you write on, is a kind of clay which has lain thou-sands of years under the ground, and at last has be-come a hard rock. It ea-si-ly splits into thin plates or leaves. Coarse kinds of slate are used for roof-ing houses. Pen-cils are made from a soft kind of slate. Lesson 20.-Friday Morning. Work Write and these Sums.

Learn. (1) Eighty-seven thousand, four hundred and 10 x 7 = 70 sixty-nine x seven.

10 x 8 = 80 (2) Thirty-nine thousand, eight hundred and 10 X 9 = 90 forty-six x seven.

10 x 10 = (3) 98,764 x 6.

10 x11 Write each word twice and Learn.

| 10 x 12 = 120
A-gree.
Bat-tle.

Die.
A-gree-ing.
Bat-tling.

Dy-ing. * Mind the pronunciation. The first “c” must be sounded, thus-ark’-tik, not ar-tik.

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