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W. They differ, too, in their Parsing Exercise, papa, will endings: the active participles you let me mention something? end in ing and the passive in ed. I notice that each participle is

P. This is generally the case; used with the auxiliary verb is; but there are participles with and when it is thus joined to other endings; thus

the auxiliary it makes what we “ The cup is broken,”

called a COMPOUND VERB in one - The broken cup."

of our lessons. I will, however, make the P. True; so you may say rule for you.

that a compound verb consists Definition.—There are certain of an auxiliary verb and a parparts of a verb which participate ticiple ; thus you see another in the nature of the verb and of use of the participle. You must. the adjective, and are therefore remember, however, that the called PARTICIPLES ; they gene- participle is often used by itself rally end in ing or ed.

as a verb, without any auxiExamples. --The girl is loving. liary; thusThe loving girl. The lion is roaring. The roaring lion. The ass Here comes James-running is despised. The poor despised quickly.

The prisoner is condemned. I see a cat eating some cheest. The condemned prisoner.

He loved James.
L. Before you make the ! Now for the exercise.

ass.

No. 25. PARSING EXERCISE. I see the babe sleeping. Sing to the sleeping babe! The weeping mother. Here comes the mother weeping. I may go home rejoicing. I feel delighted. I am going to make hay, for it is a pleasing occupation. So I am pleased. Walking through the street I saw a white horse. I bought him a book bound in morocco. That man, so admired for his courage, and respected for his honesty, was neglected by his countrymen.

BOY, NEST, AND BIRD.
With all my might I make request,
Dear boy, harm not my little nest;
Oh! do not try to peep therein,
Where lie my little children.
They'll scream with terror and surprise,
If thou show'st them thy large round eyes.
The boy much longed the birds to see,
Yet quietly far off stood he,-
In peace the poor bird reached her nest,
And warmed her young with downy breast,
Then warbled forth her song of joy
To the kind-hearted little boy.

Spekter's Fable Book.

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MORAL BIOGRAPHY.

Page
Page Industry - Benjamin The Parts of a Plant
Introduction. Indus-

Franklin, the Printer 305 -The Seed (con-
try – The Noble- Industry-Ditto (con- cluded)

278
man's Son..

1
tinued)

321 Recapitulation 292
Industry - The Man Industry-Ditto (con-
who made a Steam tinued)

337

ENGLISH HISTORY.
Engine

17 Industry-Ditto (con-
Industry-Ditto (con-

tinued)

353 Recapitulation. From
tinued)
33 Industry-Ditto (con-

Julius Cæsar to
Industry-Ditto (con- cluded)

369 William the Con-
cluded!
49

queror..

7
Industry The Man

Ditto-From William
who made Canals.. 65
NATURAL HISTORY.

I. to Edward I. 24
Industry-Ditto (con-
Vertebrated Animals. Ditto, ditto

38
tinued)
81

The Tudors-Henry
Industry-Ditto (con-

Recapitulation. The

VII.

57
Twelve Orders of
clnded)

97
Mammals

74
Ditto, ditto

6
Industry - The Man

86
who Invented the Recapitulation-ditto 20 Ditto, ditto

Ditto, ditto

102
Spinning Frame 113

Ditto, Henry VIII... 104
Industry-Ditto (con-

BOTANY.
Ditto, ditto

121
cluded)
129

Ditto, ditto

136
Industry - The Man Introduction. Distine- Ditto, ditto-The Re-
who Invented the
tion between Vege-

formation

152
Spinning Mule .... 145 tables and Animals 23 Ditto, ditto

168
Industry - The Man Distinctions of Plants 36 Ditto - The Social
who Invented
The Parts of a Plant.

Events of the Times
Power Loom...... 161 The Root

52 of Henry VIII. 182
Industry-Ditto (con- Ditto-The Stem of The Tudors-Edward
tinued).

177
an Exogen.
69 VI.

216
Industry -- Another Ditto-The Stem of Ditto-Mary
Man who Invented an Endogen ...... 100 Ditto, ditto

249
a Loom .......... 193 Ditto--The Leaves .. 116 Ditto-Elizabeth .... 264
Industry-Ditto (con- Ditto, ditto (coria

Ditto, ditto

282
tinued)
209 tinued)
133 Ditto, ditto

296
Industry—The Calico Ditto, ditto (con-

Ditto, ditto

309
Printer. The Silk tinued)

148 The Times of Queen
Thrower.... 225 Ditto, ditto (con-

Elizabeth

326
Industry - The Man

tinued)

164 Recapitulation - The
who Improved Pot- Ditto, ditto

(con-
Tudors

340
tery
241 cluded)

181 Ditto, ditto
Industry-Ditto (con- Ditto-The Sap .... 198 Ditto, ditto

351
cluded)
257 Ditto-The Flower .. 214 Ditto, ditto

358
Industry - The Man

Ditto, ditto (con-
who Improved tinued)

229

ENGLISH TRAVELLER.
Wood-engraving .. 253 Ditto, ditto (con-
Industry - The First cluded)

244 The Londoners. Water,
English Printer .. 289 | Ditto-The Seed .... 206 Fire, and Light 9
191 Don't tell me of to-
verbs
62 Ditto-Rivers, Com-

а

...... 235

.......... 343

“ Sanitary

1

....... 336

bell..

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More about the Lon- Etymology Inflec- Songs for the Months.

doners. Sanitary tions of the Parts of February -Loud
Condition

26 Speech-Nouns and wind, strong wind.. 80
London.

Pronouns-Number 142 Songs of Industry.
Condition," High- Ditto, ditto-Person 172 Morning, Mid-day,
ways, and Burial Ditto, ditto - Differ-

Afternoon, and
Grounds...

40 ent Inflections for Evening Songs.... 14
Ditto-Moral Condi-

Gender

173 Songs for the Seasons.
tion..

61 Ditto, ditto-Different Spring-How sweet
Ditto-The Thames, Inflections for Num-

the early breath of
Bridges, &c.
77 ber
188 Spring

208
Ditto--The Port of Ditto, ditto - Adjec- Daily Hymn-Lord, I
London. The Docks 89 tives

222
would own.

272
Ditto – The Ancient Ditto, ditto, ditto.... 238 We merry minstrels,
Buildings
139 Ditto-On the Diffe-

a Round .....
Ditto, ditto

(con- rent kinds of Pro- Good night, a Round.. 336
tinued)

155 nouns ............ 251
Ditto, ditto (con- Ditto, ditto

269

POETRY.
tinued)
171 | Ditto-On the Diffe-

A happy new year,
Ditto, ditto (con-

rent kinds of Ad-

says the old church
tinued)
187 verbs
286

79
Ditto, ditto (con- Ditto- Recapitulation 300 A land where sweet-
cluded)
202 Ditto, ditto

317

est roses fade......... 350
Ditto — The Modern Ditto-On the Dif-

A swallow in the
Buildings
219 ferent kinds of Verbs 333

spring...... 114
Ditto, ditto
266 Ditto-Inflections of

A troublesome pest is
Ditto -The Northern

Verbs --Indicative

the bold brown rat 224
Suburbs
329 & Potential Moods 348

Away, hoary winter.. 22
Ditto, ditto

345 Ditto, ditto-The Im.
Ditto-The Southern perative, Subjunc-

Be kind to the young
Suburbs ...

362

tive, and Infinitive
Ditto-The

in thy youth's merry
Western
Moods ...........

364
Suburbs
366 Ditto-The Inflections

day

... 185

Beneath a green and
Middlesex

372 of Verbs - Partici-
Ditto

375
ples

377
mossy bank

......... 335
Be quiet, more ready

to hear than to
ENGLISH GRAMMAR.

FOREIGN TRAVELLER. speak ............ 221
Orthography-Use of
Grammar, Syllables,
Turkey

Can I another bear

31
12 Ditto ..........:
and Words..

to see ............
45

64
Etymology-The nine Constantinople - The

Children who in peace
Dervishes

95
classes of Words-

are living

175
Nouns and Adjec-
The Turks--Religion,

Come, let us go and
28
tives
Habits, &c. 109

see the lambs......... 365
Ditto, ditto-The Pro- The Turks Opium- Did you but know,
nouns

eating..

127

when bathed in dew 44
Ditto, ditto-The Ad- Italy

morrow .......... 120
Ditto, ditto-Preposi- merce, and Manu-

Ditto

285
tions and Conjunc-

factures

253 Down in my solitude
tions
92 Ditto — Rome and

under the snow.... 96
Ditto, ditto-The In- Naples

302 Do you grieve to lie
terjections. Sum-
Ditto-Character of

in your lonely bed. 316
mary .......

106 the People-Educa-
Ditto, ditto-Deriva-

tion..............

319 Fear oftentimes re-
tion .....
125

straineth words...... 369
Ditto-Inflections of

MUSIOS

God made the sky
the Parts of Speech

that looks so blue.. 169
-Nouns and Pro- Industry--I remem-
nouns-Gender 141

ber a Lesson...... 16 God speed the plough 206

42

“ How

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Go, seek salvation,
Oh, raise me in my

The warm breath of
not by works but bed, mother ........ 73 Summer....

213
grace

344 Oh, say, busy bee, now “Thy will be done”

where are you going 320 a simple word 234
Hark the little birds

Oh, yes,

the

poor 'Tis a lesson, good
are singing
281 man's garden
261 and wise....

304
He prayeth best who

To-morrow will be
loveth best..... 128 Pause not to dream.. 68

Sunday, Ann......... 357
Here lies an old sol-

Tu-whoo! Tu-whoo!
dier

59 Restless forms of qui- in my ancient hall 374
“He will not come,

vering light

207
said the gentle child 325

Under
How should children Scorn not the slight-

a spreading

105
spend the day

chestnut tree....
est word or deed ...
389

342
How sweet to be al- Six years, six happy

Up and down, up and
down

85
lowed to pray ......

248 years, have lit ...... 190
fast those Sum up at night what

Up, up!” cries the

wakeful cock......... 352
pretty blossoms fall 376 thou hast done by

day

277
If wishes were efforts 135 Sweetest songster of

We are but two, the
I hear thee speak of the grove ............ 308

others sleep

36
the better land...... 299

When death's cold
Improve the passing
The dormouse hath

touch thrills to the
56 waked from his

freezing heart 157
I slept and dreamed

winter sleep ......... 288 Whene'er you speak
that life was beauty 126 The melancholy days

of those who are
are come

361
away

192
Lady-bird, lady-bird,

The moments fly, a When is a man less
fly away home...... 291 minute's gone ...... 240 than a man ......

151
Look, how beautiful The shades of night

Ditto, ditto

215
are we.................. 197 were falling fast ...
There are tones to the

Ditto, ditto

256
Mine shall be glory, midnight breezes

Who hath not heard
the warrior said 224 given

124

of the old oak tree 368
There is a reaper Who seek a friend ... 157
Never say
“ I can't,"
whose name is

With all my might I
92

108

hours ...........

176 Ditto, ditto

............ 237

make request......... 378
Now had the Autumn There was a poor
day gone by 167 widow that lived in

a cot

48 Ye call ma, ye call
Oh, ca my brother

The swelling of an me, the green buds
back to me

271 outward fortune ... 324 are swelling 259

my dear....

death ....

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