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if necessary, as to the various processes which have been taught in class. In order that the pupil may be enabled to read the lessons with appreciation, the most difficult words and forms of expression in each extract are explained, as far as possible, in the sense in which they are used. These definitions are prefixed to the lesson, and may be advantageously committed to memory by the pupil before he reads it.
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POETRY.—The Good Parson
Percy's Reliques 27
Earl of Surrey 64
Ben Jonson 98
G. Herbert 99