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vic to l'y

scar city

sub sti tute va'ni ty sca ven ger

sump tu ous ve he mence scru pu lous siir ge on

ve''ni son second ly

Tan ta lize ven ture some se di ment ta'pe stry ver bal ly sen si ble teach a ble

ve''ri fy sen ti ment te di ous

ver si on se'pa rate

te"le"scope se"pul chre tem pe rate vic tu als se ri ous

tem po ral vi"gi lant set tle ment

te''ne ment vigor ous se"ven ty ter ri ble

vi'ne gar sil la bub ter ri fy

vi o lence se'new y

testa ment vir tu ous singular te"sti fy

vi''si tor six tieth

thir ti eth Un der hand skele ton tow ard ly un der most sla ye ry

tract a ble u ni form slip pe ry

tra" ge dy use ful ness solemn ly

tra"vel ler ut ter ly sol di er

trea" che ry Wag gon er 50'li tude trea'sur er war ri er sor row ful

trea'su ry so''ve reign

trouble some wea ri some spec ta cle trum pet er

wharf in ger stew ard ship twen ti eth

wick ed ness straw ber ry ty"ran ny

wil der ness stur ge on Vali ant

won der ful Some easy lessons on the foregoing Tables, consist.

ing of words not exceeding three syllables. REJOICE in the Lord, o ye righteous: for it

doth become well the just to be thankful. Praise the Lord with harp: sing praises unto him with the lute, and instruments of teu strings.

Sing unto the Lord a new song: sing praises lustily unto him with a good courage.

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LESSON 1.

For the word of the Lord is true, and all his works are faithful.

LESSON 11.

A virtuous woman is a crown to her husband : but she that hath no shame is as rottenness in his bones.

The hand of the diligent shall bear rule: but the slothful shall be under tribute.

The righteous is more excellent than his neighbour; but the way of the wicked doth reduce them.

LESSON III. I will magnify thee, O God, my king; and I will praise thy name for ever and ever.

Every day will I give thanks unto thee; and praise thy name fore ever and ever.

Great is the Lord, and marvellous; worthy to be praised: there is no end of his greatness. · The Lord is loving unto every man: and his mercy is over all his works.

LESSON IV.

A king that sitteth in the throne of judgment, scattereth away all evil with his eyes.

There is gold, and a multitude of rubies; but the lips of knowledge are a precious jewel.

Bread of deceit is sweet to man: but afterwards his mouth shall be filled wi:'gravel.

Say not thou, I will recompence eril: but wait on the Lord, and he shall save thee.

The Lord is righteous in all his ways, and holy in all his works.

The Lord is nigh unto all them that call upon him: yea, all such as call upon him faithfully.

He will fulfill the desire of them that fear him. He also will hear their cry, and help them.

The Lord doth preserve all them that love him: but scattereth abroad all the wicked men.

LESSON V.

LESSON VI.

The robbery of the wicked shall destroy them ; because tbey hate judgment.

The wicked shall be a ransom for the righteous; and he that doth transgress, for the upright.

A wise man scaleth the city of the mighty, and casteth down the strength and confidence thereof.

The slothful coveteth greedily all the day long; but the righteous giveth, and spareth not..

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TABLE II.
Note. The accent of the following words is on the

second syllable.
Bun dance con si der em bas sage
ac complish con tent ment

em bow el ad mo nish

con tique a mend ment con vul sive

en counter an o''ther De ceit ful

en gage ment a pos''tle de fi ance

en joy ment ap pa”rel de li'' ver

en no ble ap pa rent

de mo'lish en tan gle ap pearance de mon strate e''stablish

di lem ma ex am ple
di mil'nish

ex a'mine
arch an gel di rectly ex tin guish
arch bi"shop
di"sci ple

Fore run ner as sem ble

dis cover for get ful at tend ance dis credit for give ness Be got ten dis fi' gure

for sa ken be hold en dis grace ful Here af ter blas phem er

dis ho''nest he ro ic Com mand ment dis or der

Ig no ble com mit tee dis plea''sure com pen sate

dis sem ble il lu'strate com po sure

di'still er i'ma'gine con du cive

dis tin''guish im bit ter con fine ment dis tri bute im modest con jec ture E lo' venth im mor tal

appen dix ip pren tice

il le gal

im por tant

pro duc tive pro hi'bit pro jec tor

pur su ant

ge rent

in qui ry

in trea ty

te'sta trix im pri"son

thence for ward im pro per

to bac co im prove ment pro phe'tic to gether in closure

tor ment er in cum ber Re ceiv er tri bu nal in den ture re ci tal

tri um phant in hu man

re cord er Vice in ju''stice re co''ver Un active

re deem er un bo som in tire ly

re fine ment un bro ken
re fi ner

un cer tain in vec tive re form er

un ci vil in ve''nom re fresh ment un com mon Ma je''stic re ful gent

un con stant mis car ry

re gard less un cover mis for tune re mem ber

un daunted mis go"vern re mem brance un ea sy mis ma nage re mit tance

un e ven re pent ance un friend ly more o ver re sem ble

un god ly Ob serv er Se cure ly

un grate ful ob tru der se duce ment un hand some OC currence se vere ly un law ful of fen der sin cere ly

un luc ky of fen sive

un man ly op po ser stu pen dous

-un plea''sant op press or sub mis sive

un qui et Par ta ker sub scri ber un seem ly suc cess ful

un spot ted pa thetic

success or un tow ard per form ance sur ren der

un wel come phan ta'stic sur vey or

un wil ling po''ma tum sur vi vor un wor thy pre fer ment

Te'sta tor up right ly

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mis sha pen

spec ta tor

pa ter nal

LESSON J.

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LESSON JI.

Jore easy lessons on the foregoing Tables, consist.

ing of words not exceeding three syllables. HOU, O Lord, has maintained my right and

my cause : thou art set in the throne that judgest right.

Thou hast rebuked the heathen; and destroyed the ungodly : thou hast put out their names for ever and ever.

The Lord also will be a defence for the oppressed: even a refuge in due time of trouble.

The rich and the poor meet together: the Lord is the maker of them all.

A prudent man foreseeth the evil, and hideth himself: but the simple pass on and are punished.

Ho that oppresseth the poor to increase his rich. es; and he - that giveth to the rich, shall surely come to want.

Rob not the poor, because he is poor: neither oppress the afflicted in the gate.

Why standeth thou so far off, O Lord; and bidest thy face in the needful time of trouble?

The ungodly for his own lust doth persecute the poor; let them be taken in the same craft that they have devised.

For the ungodly hath made boast of his own heart's desire, and speaketh good of the covetous whom God abhorreth.

LESSON III.

LESSON IV.

Be not amongst wine-bibbers; amongst riotous eaters of flesh.

For the drunkard and the glutton, shall come to poverty; and drowsiness shall cover a man with rags.

The father of the righteous shall greatly rejoice: and he that begetteth a wise child, shall have joy of him,

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