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rich; but that which b thou askesto of me I cannot tell thee before I have first d learned that thou hast happily reached the end of thy life.” 21.

King Conrad the Second establisheda a peaceb in Germany, such as wasd unknowne tof this extent% since immemorableh times.

22. Thata is the most open", instructive', and unreservedd discoursee which passes between two persons who are familiar 8 and intimate friends.

23. The best a father is heb who teaches his children what is good and just.

24. The lark, in the corn-fields, raises her song, and with itc she rises a high in the aire up to the clouds.

25. The cultivation of one's bown ground creates and strengthens e the attachment towards it8.

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21. a befestigen. Friede, m. cwie er, wie sie, wie es. the Perfect. e unbekannt. fin. sausdehnung. undenklich.

22. a that when an indefinite subject is das. boffenherzig. Clehrreich. dzutraulich. e Unterhaltung. Statt finden. 8 say, hearty bosom friends.

23. a beft. b turn it so, that is the best father, and cf. Note 22 %.

24. a erheben. b lied, n. derselbe, for it is to be remarked, that the cases of es it are not used when a Preposition precedes, and the compound Pronoun demonstrative derselbe is used instead. a sid) selbst erheben. e take the plural. f bis an, Acc.

25. a Unbau, m. b say, the. <Boden, m. d erzeugen. everstárken. fliebe, f. 6 say, towards the same.

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26. People & can lessen 6 many an evil, when a numberd of them with united' energy, struggleh against it!

27. Each untractable a man, at variance with fortune, wreaks d here injuries on his own heart.

28. I am more afraida oft my virtues than of my errors"; the firstd easily misleade me to pridef, the latter teach me humility.

29. The objecta of an idyllic poem is always the situation , thate of an epicf, the actions of a man; the first is always descriptive", the latter throughlyi narrating).

30. St. Odilo, abboto of Clugny, contributed during the great famine®, which raged through Italy, France, and Germany, from the year 1028 to 1030, everything his church possessed in gold and silver, even the imperiali crown of Henryk II., which the latter had presented as a gift m to the convent.

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26. a plural of der Mensch. b vermindern. c mancher, e, es, many a.

say, many of them, and put of them before many. fvereinigt. 8 Kraft, f., and take the plural. h arbeiten. icf. Note 6, .

27. a störrisch. b b zerfallen. Glück, n. d råchen. e her would be in German sein, because Glück is neuter; this would be equivocal, since it might be referred to man. In such cases, the Pronouns Possessive his, her, its, their, are changed for the genitive of the Demonstrative Pronoun der, die, das. Unbilde, f.

28. a sich fürchten. bvor, Dat. c Fehler, m. d the Pronouns dieser and jener are used to express the latter and the first. e verleiten. Stolz, m. & Demuth, f.

29. a Gegenstand, m. bidyllisch. c Gedicht, n. a Zustand, m. e cf. Note 5, i repisch. & Handlung. h beschreibend. i durchaus. i erzählend.

30. a say, the saint heilig. bUbt. hergeben. d während, Gen. e Hungersnoth, f. f wüthen. & say, all, n.; and add which.

han. i ja. j kaiserlich. * Heinrich. cf. Note 28, d. mschenken. Kloster, n.

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32. The manufacturers & of Italy, Germany, and the Netherlandsb soon found their way just as wello tod the Oriente, as those of the Orient to the first countries.

33. They were reading Göthe's epic poem that I had seen proceeding from its origina, and which b stirred upo, in our discoursed, all idease onf epic and dramatic art.

34. The portraits & of Guttenberg and Faust are still to be seen on a cannon, which the Swedes took with them b to Magdeburg during the thirty years' war, but which has been returned to the people of Mayenced by Napoleon after the battle of Jena.

35. He who loves money more than mankinda is not able to gain a true friend.

36. He mentioned first & some passages b drawn fromd ancient authors, by meanse of which the reader might the easierf enters into the spirith of this history.

37. In common a with all other foxes b, those of Africa are great enemies too birds which lay their eggs upon the ground

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32. a Kunsterzeugniß, n. b Niederlande. ceben so gut. e Orient, m.

33. a entstehen. b when a Substantive is explained by two adjective sentences, the first of these is introduced by der, die, das, and the second by welcher, Pres. cin Bewegung bringen. Gespräch, n., and take the plural. Idee, f. füber, Acc. 34.

a Bildniß, n. b to take with (one) mitnehmen. cwieders denken. a die Mainzer.

35. a take the plural of Mensch. bim Stande.

36. a vorausschicken. b Stelle, f. cziehen. d aus. e permittelst. fum so leichter. & sich hineindenken. Geist, m.

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1. Be prudenta stands in the Scriptures, but be without guile

2. Let nothing be more sacred a to thee than the fulfilling of a given promise.

3. Commerce and the thereby effected prosperityd became the pillars e of civilf liberty &; for one had the means", by which she could be defended', when necessityk required it.

4. What will become ofa me? A good for nothing b, if you are lazy

5. The blossom a of the vine bis lost amongd the larger leavese, and is only betrayed by the delicates lovely flavour.

6. The lion roarsa, the wolves are howling b, and the bears are growlingo.

7. Art a delights the mind 8. The spring a enlivens nature, and gladdens mankind. 9. Tyrannya earnsb bad reward C.

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11. A falcon of Henry II., which had been losta during the chase neard Fontainebleau, was caught next day in Malta, atf a distances of a thousand miles, and recognised h by i its collarj.

12. In the year 1307, the Swiss a formed b their first league.

13. There was a king of Greece; he was called a Athamas, and his wife b was called Nephele. They had two children, a son and a daughter; the first was called Phrixus, and the latter Helle.

14. The characteristic feature a of an animal is often so decided b, that all nations from the oldest times thought they could not shorterd expresse their opinion about a man, than by pointing him outh by means ofi the name of an animali. Thus Nero was called a tiger, Herodes a fox.

15. In their forests, their sandy deserts b, and in their heaths, the Teutonice, the Arab', and Mongols nationsh would have constantly i remained) what they were.

16. The hand of industry a has imperceptibly extinguished all the destructive d vestiges e of the great war ; but the salutaryf effects by which it was accompaniedh have remained.

17. What a weaknessa in reasonableb creatures", that they should loved to astonish and terrifye one another.

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16. Fleiß, m. (Gen.-es). b unvermerkt. causidschen. d verderblich. Spur, f. f wohlthåtig. 8 8 Folge, f. begleiten.

17. Schwachheit. byernünftig. Geschöpf, n. (pl. —e). say, that they should love it; should express by follen. e to astonish and terrify in Staunen und Furcht seßen.

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