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MORAL AND RELIGIOUS.

Lesson.

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1. A Devotional spirit recommended to the young, Cappe. 13

2. Paternal Instruction,

Lac. 15

5. The Contrast ; or Peace and War, - Athenæum. 29

8. Advantages of a Taste for Natural History, - Wood. 29

9. The Pleasures of a cultivated Imagination, D. Stewart. 31

* 10. The Happiness of Animals, a proof of the Divine Be-

nevolence, - - • - - - - Palcy. 32

13. Eternity of God, - - - - GREENWOOD. 39

14. The same, concluded, . . - - - . IBID. 41

26. On the Pleasure of acquiring Knowledge,

Alison. 72

97. On the Uses of Knowledge,

Uses of Knowledge, •

mond Nicht.

- - - Ibid. 73

43. The mutual relation between Sleep and Night, Paley. 109

Paley. 109

44. Social Worship agreeable to the best impulses

of our nature, - -

. Mrs. Barbauld. 110

46 On the relative value of good Sense and Beauty

in the Female Sex, . . . Lond. Lit. Gazette. 116

51. The Miseries of War, - - - - Robert Hall. 124

53. Consideration of the excuses that are offered

to palliate a neglect of religion, - BUCKMINSTER. 129

54. Subject continued, . . . . IBID. 131

55. Subject concluded, • - - - - IBID. 134

58. Maternal Affection, · · · - Scrap Book. 140

62. The Seasons, . . . MONTHLY ANTHOLOGY. 144

71. Autumn, . . . . .

Alison. 166

81. On the reasonableness of Christian Faith, BUCKMINSTER, 187

82. On the importance of Christian Faith, • . Ibid. 190

104. Daily Prayer.-Morning, · ·

CHANNING. 234

105. Daily Prayer.-Evening, - . .

IBID. 237

110. On the Dangers of Moral Sentiment unaccompanied

with Active Virtue, • - .

Alison. 246

111. On Infidelity, - - . - - - A. Thompson. 249

112. The same subject, conclude

Ibid. . 250

117. Charity to Orphans, ...

Sterne. 258

125. On the Waste of Life, -

FRANKLIN. 274

132. On the Use and Abuse of Amusements, - Alison. 287

147. Thanksgiving, - - -

- CRAFTS. 329

161. Religion and Superstition contrasted,

s. Carter. 369

209. On the moral uses of the phenomena of the material

universe, - - - - - - Alison. 478

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PATHETICK PIECES.
15. The Son,

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16. The same, concluded,
67. The Widow and her son, -
68. The same, concluded, -

2. Moss Side, - - - -
73. The same, concluded, - -

IDLE MAN. 43

IBID. 48
W. IRVING. 158

leid. 161
Wilson. 170
Vilson 1
Ibid. 174

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PIECES FOR RECITATION, OR SPEAKING.
32. Reply of Red Jacket to the Missionary, at a

council of chiefs, 1805, - - - Philanthropist. 86
78. The Slave Trade, - - - - - WEBSTER. 183
146. Part of the letter of the British Spy. . - WIRT. 324
149. Conclusion of a discourse delivered at Plymouth,
Mass. 22d Dec. 1820, - -

- WEBSTER. 331
174. Reply of Rob Roy to Mr. Osbaldistone, - Rob Roy. 399

PART SECOND.
LESSONS IN POETRY.

NARRATIVE PIECES.

Lesson.

Page.

36. The House-builder, . . - Russian Anthology. 93
127. Pairing-time anticipated, .

• • Cowper. 278
133. T'he Needless Alarm, - -

Id. 292
155. Ginevra, - .

Anonymous. 343
204. The Ass and the Nightingale, Russian Anthology. 467

DESCRIPTIVE PIECES.

7. Select sentences and paragraphs from various authors, 26

12. The Rainbow, .. .

Campbell. 37

18. Inscription for the Entrance into a Wood, BRYANT. 53

24. A Summer. Morning, ..

Thomson. 66

29. The Planetary System,

Mangnall. 81

42. Green River, . - - - - - BRYANT. 107

48. April Day, • .

Anonymous. 121

61. A Winter Scene, . .

IDLE MAN. 143

70. An Evening Sketch,

. Blackwood's Magasine. 165

84. The Coral Grove,

- J. G. PERCIVAL. 195

92. A Sabbath in Scotland :-Persecution of the Scottish

Covenanters, - - - - - - Grahame. 209

103. Thalaba, among the Ruins of Babylon, - Southey. 232

106. Scene after a Summer Shower,

CHRISTIAN DISCIPLE. 239

120. Lines written in a Highland Glen,

Wilson. 266

121. The Young Herdsman, · · · · Wordsworth 267

122. The Shipwreck, -


- -

• • • • Wilson. 269

126. The Young Minstrel,

· Beattie. 275

128. Fingal's Battle with 'the Spirit of Loda, .

. • Ossian., 279

137. The Religious Cottage, ..

D. HUNTINGTON. 305

138. The Deaf Man's Grave, - -

Wordsworth. 306

152. A Natural Mirror, .

- Ida 336

183. Contrasts of Alpine Scenery,

- Byron. 422

202. Description of the Castle of Indolence, and its In-

- habitants, - . - . - . - . - - - Thomson. 460

DIDACTICK PIECES.

MORAL AND RELIGIOUS.
3. Select sentences and paragraphs, from various authors,
17. Lines, to a child on his voyage, CHRISTIAN DISCIPLE. 52
23. On Early Rising, so

- - - Hurdis. 65
30. Incentives to Devotion, . . Henry K. White. 82
31 Ode to Siekness, . - - - - Anonymous. 84
35. The Lord and the Judge, - - - - Lomonosor. 93
37. Hope triumphant in Death, . . . Campbell. 94
38. Lines written during a Thunder-storm, Russian Anthology. 96

Lesson.

Pagz.

52. Nature and Poetry favourable to Virtue.-Humility

recommended in judging of Providence, - Beattie. 127

76. Slavery, - - - - -

- - Couper. 181

77. The same subject, - . . . . . Montgomery. 182

80. Song of Rebecca, the Jewess, -' . - Ivanhoe. 186

83. " Ai things are of God,"

Moore. 194

85. Sonnet written in a Church-yard, Blackwood's Mag. 196

90. The Dungeon

-

Lyrical Ballads. 207

107. Baneful influence of skeptical philosophy, Campbell, 240

114. Poa Waterfowl, • - - -

BRYANT. 254

116. Thanatopsis, - .

In. 256

120. Lines written in a Highland glen, - . Wilson. 266

121. The Young Herdsman, .

.

. .

Wordsworth. 267

126. The Young Minstrel,

.

Beattie. 275

142. A belief in the Superintendence of Providence,

the only adequate Support under Affliction,' Wordsworth. 317

150. Effects of Education upon Individuals :-its im-

portance to the publick, - - - -

Id. 333

161,- An Evening in the Grave-yard, AMERICAN WATCHMAN. 335

175. Prophecy of the Destruction of Babylon,

X

Lowth's translation of Isaiah. 401
180. A Summer Evening Meditation, a Mrs. Barbauld, 413
206. Address to the Deity, - - Russian Anthology. 469
208. God, • • •

Ibid.
PATHETICK PIECES.
49. The Dead Lamb, - . . .. Anonymous. 122
63. Goody Blake and Harry Gill, . . Wordsworth. 146
96. Death and Burial of a Child at Sea, - Anonymous. 220

108. Affecting picture of Constancy in Love, • Crabbe. 242

113. Death-scene in Gertrude of Wyoming, -

157. Lament of a Swiss minstrel, over the Ruins of Goldau, NEAL. 351

158. Lycidas,-a monody, • • - - . Milton. 353

172. The Winter Night, - - - - - Burns. 396

DRAMATICK PIECES.

DIALOGUES, ADDRESSES, AND SOLILOQUIES.

139. The Alderman's Funeral, . . . . Southey. 308

163. Scene from Percy's Masque, - : - HILLHOUSE. 370

165. The Church-yard, first and second voices, Karamsin. 377

176. Lochiel's Warning, - - - - - Campbell. 406

178. Extract from a dialogue between a satirick poet and

his friend, •

• • • •

- Pope. 410

179. Prince Edward and his keeper, . .. Miss Baillie. 412

182. Arthur, Hubert, and attendants, - . Shakspeare. 418

187. Extract from “ Heaven and Earth,-a Mystery,” Byron. 428

189. Hamlet and Horatio, - - -

Shakspeare. 431

191. Gil Blas and the Archbishop, • - from Le Sage. 436

192. Alexander the Great and a Robber, - Dr. Aikin. 438

194. Soliloquy of Macbeth, •

- - Shakspeare: 441

195. Malcolm, Macduff, and Rosse, .

' Ibid. 442

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198. The Street-scene, between Brutus and Cassius, Shakspeare, 450
201. The Tent-scene, between the same, : • Ibid. 457
205. Soliloquy, on the Immortality of the Soul, Addison. 468

PIECES FOR RECITATION, OR SPEAKING.

56. Apostrophè to Mount Parnassus, ... - Byron. 137

57. Mount Chamouny, - -

. Coleridge. 138

69. The American Republick,

· · - Byron. 164

115. Hohenlinden, - - - -

Campbell. 255

143. Greece, in 1809, -

-

- - - - - Byron, 319

145. Song of the Greeks, 1822,

. Campbell. 323

148. New-England, .. :

J. G. PERCIVAL. 330

185. Speech of Catiline, in reply to Cicero, - - Croly. 426
188. Speech of Catiline, ou his banishment,

Ibid. 430
193. Lines on the entry of the Austrians into Naples, Moore, 440
196. The Passions ;-an ode,

Collins. 445
200. Antony's Address to the Roman populace, Shakspeare. 454
207. Battle of Flodden Field ; and Death of Marmion, Scolt, 471

HUMOROUS PIECES.
41. Address to the Mummy in Belzoni's exhibition,
* London, -

New Monthly Mag. 105

79. Report of an adjudged case, not to be found in

· any of the books, . . - - - Cowper. 185

177. The Poet and the Álchymist, New Monthly Magasine. 408
184. The fat Actor and the Rustick, - - Ibid. - 425
197. The Amateurs, - - - MONTHLY ANTHOLOGY. 447

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