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for that was drossd; he resolved they should have learnings; for learning, he used h to observe, was better than silver or gold
4. The same ambitiona that actuates b a monarcho atd the head of his army, influenced & my father at the head h of his table.
5. For this purposea he undertook b to instructo us himself, and tookd as much e caref to form our moralsh asi to improvej our understanding.k
6. We were perfectlya instructed in the art b of giving away thousands befored we were taughte the necessary qualification % of gettingh a farthing.
7. It was the pride a and boast 5 of Elizabeth Delap, when nearlyd ninety years of age, that she was the first that had putf a book into Goldsmith's hands.
8. Ata the return b of peace he resumedd the ferulee and gave upf the sword.g
d Schlacke, f. e beschließen. fsollen. Kenntniß. f., and take the plural —e. h pflegen, and observe, in small inserted sentences the Verb precedes the Nom. i bemerken.
4. & Ehrgeizo m. bantreiben. König. dan with Dat, Spiße, f. i Heer, n. (Gen. —es). 5leiten. h Ehrenplaß, m. (Gen.—es).
5. a deßhalb. bunternehmen, and mark to insert it es after undertook. cunterrichten. d sich geben, eeben so viel. Mühe, f. sverbessern. h Sitte, f. i als. j bilden. Verstand, m.
6. a voukommen. b Kunst, f. fortgeben. d before is either a Preposition, and then it is in German vor, or an Adverb, and then it is vorher, or, as here, a Conjunction, the French avant que, and then it is ehe daß. This daß after ehe, however, is generally omitted; but he, implying still a relative Conjunction, requires the Verb to stand at the end of the sentence. e say, we learned lernen. fnöthig. & Tůd)tigkeit. h erwerben. i Heller, m.
7. a Stolz, m. b Ruhm, m. cals, and say, when she was. d faft. e say, old alt. f geben.
8. a bei with Dat. b Rückkehr, f. Friede, m. (G. ---8), and mark, when an adverbial expression begins, the Verb precedes the Nominative. I wiederergreifen. e Ruthe, f. 'aufgeben. & Schwert, n. 9. Whilst Scipio destroyed b Carthage, Mummius conqueredd Corinth.
10. Although the Carthaginians were practised sailors d, they were conquerede by the Romans atf sea.
11. If we come into a more contracteda assembly of mend and women, the talke generally runs upon h the weather, the fashionsj, newsk, and the likel public m topics."
12. Hea only knows how to conquerd, said Lorenzo de Medici, who knows how to forgive.
13. Crosus said toa Solon: I have a great desire b of askinge thee, whomd thou of all men that thou knowest thinkests to be the happiest."
14. Though the faculties a of the human racec mayd
9. a während, and mark, here are two sentences: the first beginning with whilst is relative, and requires the Verb to stand last; in reference to the second which begins with Mummius, it is an adverbial expression, and therefore the Verb in the second must precede the Nominative. Or in other words, when the subordinate sentence precedes, the chief sentence is headed by the Verb. b zerstören. "Carthago. derobern.
10. a obgleich, in Latin quamquam, in French quoique, therefore a relative conjunction. b Karthager. cgeübt. d Matrose, m. (pl.—n). e besiegen, and mark, when the subordinate sentence, introduced by obgleidy, precedes, the chief sentence must contain the adverb doch still. fzu with Dat. & See, f., and add the Defin. Article.
11. a abgeschlossen. b Gesellschaft. coon with Dat., and observe, the English Genitive is expressed by von generally in Substantives of the plural number, when used without Adjective or Article. d Mann (pl. Månner). e Gespråch, n. f gewöhnlich. & sich verbreiten. håber with Acc. i Wetter, n.
j Mode, f.k Neuigkeit. the like ders gleichen. m augemein. Ding, n. (pl.-e).
12. a derjenige. b verstehen. c how is not translated. e vergeben. 13. a zu. b Wunsch, m. c fragen. wer.
f kennen. & to think to be halten für. hglücklich.
14. Fåhigkeit. b menschlich. Gefdylecht, n. (G. —28). d mögen.
remaine torpid for generations, when once roused i into action), they cannot speedilyk be lulled! again into inactivity and repose."
15. When the great horda of Kalmucs thought themselves oppressed by the Russian sways, they broke up", and removedi to Chinesej Tartaryk in' 1771, where they still now are roaming about.m
16. All the men of the revolutiona Napoleon at lastb pressed into the back-ground.d
17. If it were possiblea that our hearts b possessed all good qualities d exceptede humilityf, they would, without s this virtueh, have no reali meriti.
18. In ordera to see the world, Solon travelled in foreign countries, and he came to Egypts to Amasis, and then to Sardes to Crosus.
e bleiben. Ferstarrt. & Zeitalter hindurdı. b sobald, and mark, the sentence beginning with when is an adverbial expression like the first which begins with though; now, two adverbs cannot head a sentence, therefore the second, beginning with when, must stand after the Nominative of the chief sentence, which is introduced by they cannot. i erwecken. j say, to the acting zum Handeln. kschnell. Teinschläfern. "Unthåtigkeit, f. n Ruhe, f.
15. a Horde, f. b Kalmnuck (G. -en). Chalten für. d unterdrücken. e durd) with Acc. frussisdi. Herrschaft. h aufbrechen. i ziehen. i chinesisch. k Tartarei, f., and observe, the Def. Art. generally stands before names of countries of feminine gender. say, in the year. "umherziehen.
16. a Revolution, f., and mark, the expression all the men of the revolution is the object of the sentence, and when the object begins, the Verb must precede the Nominative. bendlich. drången. d Hintergrund, m.
17. a möglich. 6 Herz, n. (G.-ens, pl. -en). Cbesiken. d Eigenschaft. eausnehmen. Demuth, f. 8 ohne with Acc. b Tugend, f. i wahr. j Verdienst, n.
18% a um, and mark, the sentence beginning with in order, is an adverbial expression implying intention. b Welt, f. creisen. d außer landes. The inversion does not take place in a sentence joined by and und to a preceding inverted sentence. fnach 8 Egypten. "jum.
19. When Jouvenet was maimeda by a paralytic stroke, he successfullyc commencedd painting e with his left hand; and there is known & a copper-plateh ofi onej of his histo. ricall pictures with the signaturem: P. Jouvenet, dextra paralyticus, sinistra pinxit. P. Jouvenet, paralyzed on his o right, painted with his left.
20. Ona these occasionsb a man gives loosed to every passion, and every thoughts that is uppermost", discovers i his most retiredi opinionsk of persons m and things”, and exposes o his P whole9 soulr to the examinations of his friends.
21. He was the first a man who, foro a month", had talked to me with smiles.f
22. In this officea Mr. Crispe kindlyb offers all his majesty's d subjectse a generous promise of h thirty pounds a year, for which) allk they give in return is their libertym for life and permission to let him transport? them to America as slaves."
19. a lähmen. Sdilagfluß, m. c mit glücklichem Erfolge. fangen. e say, to paint zu malen.
8 say, one knows. Kupferstich, m. nach with Dat. j einer, eine, eines. k historisch. i Gemälde, n. Unterschrift, f. ran with Dat. say, the.
20. a Bei with Dat. b Gelegenheit. o man. d to give loose freien Lauf lassen. e jeder, jede, jedes. f Leidenschaft. 8 Gedanke, m. (G. —n6). h say, of which his heart is full. i enthüllen. j geheimst. k Unsicht, f. 1ůber with Acc. Person, f. n Sadie, f. ooffen darlegen. P say, the. 9 ganz. Seele, f. Prüfung. 21. & erst. b Mensch. cseit with Dat.
à Monat, m.
e anreden with Acc. i say, smilingly låchelnd.
22. Geschäfts-zimmer, n. b freundlich. canbieten. A Majestát. e Unterthan, m. (G. -en); mark, this must follow after all. můthig. & Versprechen, n.
i say, the year. j wofür. kunder, stand that das, which cannot be omitted in German. "als Vergeltung. m Freiheit. nauf Lebenszeit. Erlaubniß, f. p gestalten with Dat. 9 hinüberschaffen. * Sclave, m. (pl.-n).
I was hsprr at fining a place where I could lose may fears in desperation.
# After a fewracanestens be found I wase fitd for every thing in the words
2. It is remarkable that nature) has given to those © insuts which prace war and honeys out of flowers and live in a wandertalt anderley several particulark suunds that intimate the speciale deurrences of their
26. It is known that deeswhen they are about b swarmings, or when a war commences, announce this by peculiar sounds
II. ON THE ARTICLES.
1. Helvetius is right in saying that the hand has been to mano a great assistance for his understanding.'
23. say, to find.
say, fear Furot, f. a Bers jweiflung.
24. * einige Frage, f. take Subjunctive Present. d tauglid, which, as the predicate, must stand at the end. ezu allemn. Well, f.
25. merkwürdig. bdie Natur. eder, die, das Insect, n. (pl. –en). e bilden. Wachs, n. & bonig, m. wandersam.
Staaienverein, m. į mehrere. besondere. ? laut, m. (pl. —e). mandeuten. n besonder.
• Ereigniß, n. (pl. -c). p Staat, m. (G. -es). 26. * Biene, f. b wollen. eschwärmen. ^ Krieg, m.
e ankündigen. Feigenthůmlich. & Ton, m. (pl. Idne).
1. a say, has right. b say, when he says. eman is Mensch, when referring to the whole species of mankind, and requires in German the definite article, because all substantives implying the whole species are preceded by such an article. Hůlfsmittel, n. e say, of. "Berstand, m.