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DESCRIPTION OF OBJECTS.
Remarks on Extempore Speaking
LESSONS IN PROSE.
Neglect of the Bible
Hon. T. Erskine, on the Bible.
Erskine, on Abuse of Public Patronage
Remarks on Poetry.
EXERCISES ON FORCE.
Landing of the Pilgrim Fathers
EXERCISES ON TONE.
Man's First Disobedience..
LOW AND SOLEMN.
Burial of Sir John More
HIGH AND CHEERFUL. How Cheerful along the gay mead
Fitz-James and Roderick Dha
The Destruction of Sennacherib's Army
Or-tho-graphy cor-rectly guides my mind To proper
letters for each word to
are, As near as can be to the sound they bear.
But if the sound you do not rightly know,
Now, ETYMOLOGY doth clearly show
The Etymon, whence words derived do flow;
The roots most fruitful, from which words abound,
Nine sorts of words, I purpose here to teach,
ARTICLES. (Articulus, a small joint, or part.)
The ARTICLES are these,-A,-An,-and The,—
The Man, The Horse, The Fields, The Fruits, The Kinds.
But A, or An, Indefinite* appear:
We say A Man, A Horse, An Hour, An Ear,
*In, means not-De Finis.
From these examples of an Hour, an Ear,
A NOUN, means name, of things, as house, man, ball,
Some Proper names, as Angel, Sun, or Time,
One, is the number Singular,* for Nouns ;
Singu.us, one by one. +' Pius, more.
Casum, to fa