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A BRIEF 

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OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 



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A BRIEF 



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OF THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE 



EXPLAINED IN TWENTY LESSONS 



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S. LAZARUS ARMENIAN COLLEGE 
1853 



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The Armenian is a rich language, and would amply 

repay eny one the trouble of learning it. 

LORD BYRON 
TO M/ MooRB, 5 Dec. 18IG 






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iJ^IS'^-t 202 

f\ l|Pf3-nM3>hh'u • Xnt-hriTu/li L ^utpt^.J'tM^int.f^htu'b . . 205 

*V. ljPP>nM*hK0 • \\iuqdht.(d-h-u/li puiiuftii L ihqni-li . •217 

n^ lina-nhP'hb'l. . (\.npb^u,ltni.i^/iui% pujjfij .... 239 

|7 l|P13<nhP«bh'0 • ^uifjij L'hiufuutii.pnt.piTtubj^in^li^i . 2o3 

^ l^p(^•n^P•^^'u • <\.pnt.pirtuii uiniiufi^ L%iuinuliiu^ . . 295 

Ij. llPP'nhP'hh'b . \^itf.jpiu[,l/li qi,nL.^uiBnpnu[^hu,'li . 326-366 



TABLE OF THE ARMENIAN ALPHABET 

PRITING ItALICK NaME SoUNDS 

U^ m U^ m, u* ipe (pipe) a (as in part). 



F 


f^ 


F 


P 


pen 


p soft. 


1 


'h 


f 


9 


him 


*, ?• 


1 


9- 


r. 


7 


id 


/ soft. 


b 


& 


V, 


h 


yetch 


ye ( as in yes). 


1 


S 


•L. 


1 


z a 


zors between two vowels. 


h 


h 


t. 


k 


S 


e (as in met). 


a 


Q 


c 


2* 


yet 


e (as in her). 


F 


fh 


p-, 


^ 


toe 


t. (zure. 


«/ 


d- 


a-. 


c/ 


j freneh 


s or z (as in pleasure, a- 


t 


^ 


^. 


A 


iny 


i short ( as mint). 


L 


/. 


i» 


^ 


lun (lunatic 


I. (man ch. 


t" 


io 


^.' 


A* 


ch german 


hhy like greeck -^y or ger- 


& 


\r 


b-, 


(^ 


dza 


dz, as italian z. 


k 


ii 


\, 


* 


ghien 


g hard ( as good). 


4 


< 


4. 


/f 


hoe 


h. 


^ 


2 


^ 


;;: 


tza 


tz soft. ( risian r. 


1 


% 


T. 


n 


ghad 


gh as new greeck 7, or pa- 


^ 


A 


^, 


£ 


dge 


;, dg (as in judge). 


J' 


ir 


S, 


•r 


mien 


m. 


J 


8 


3t 


J 


he 


h soft in begining of words, 
like y in hoy in the midst, 
and mute at the end. 


h 


^ 


t, 


/? 


noo ' 


n. 


L 


^ 


l.» 


I 


sha 


sh. 


n 


n 


"i 


n 


wo 


wo ( as in worthy). 



2 i_ 


li 


!•■ i 


cAa 


ch (as in Charles). 


fl| «{ 


•9 


1. «/ 


fee 


b. 


SL L 


J? 


i- i 


che 


ch ( as ia cherish). 


fr - 


fl. 


»-, M 


rd 


r bard. 


U " 


W 


- ( U 


se 


s. 


4, -l 


•i 


i- ^ 


viev 


V. 


S •" 


« 


•♦•. VI 


dune 


d. 


P p 


P 


r. /» 


re 


r. 


8 5 


3 


?' 9 


tzo 


tz- 


h - 


h 


*■ f * 


hune 


u French, as du. 


* V^ 


* 


f. ^ 


pure 


P- 


■B P 


^ 


♦• « 


U 


k. 


o 





, o 





o. 


* * 


ft 


<f. * 


H 


for ph. 








DIPHTHONGS 



W*. av or aw- 

te. or L yew. is a coalition of two letters A- and 

«. or it*. . 
^«- u french as du, or u English as cube. 

fl'- 00. 



5nh8U.li Slin-bS U.'bl-UMJ.iiU.'o IbSnW' 



f\nunp*»-hr 


*l,osp\^'^^p 


tVonb-u 


.^'uanhir'u. 


A 


a 


A 


a b 


b, &.-.•''•• 


B 


b 


B 


h -t^ 


"t • 


G 


c 


C 


c 4 


*. -. (1.) 


D 


d 


D 


d ^^ 


^. (^) 


E 


e 


E 


^ 


^. t. c- 


F 


f 


F 


/ t^ 


<?• 


G 


§ 


G 




^. ^ 


H 


h 


H 


;. 


I 


i 


I 


i -J . 


-J . K» f 


J 


j 


J 


/• ^b 


i^. 


K 


k 


K 


A' +b 


, 4«..r i^ . 


L 


1 


L 


^ Vl 


L* 


M 


m 


M' 


m \sS 


/. • 


N 


n 


N 


n fct 


1. . 





o 





O e 


-< 


P 


P 


P 


p f^ 


f'" 


Q 


q 


Q 


7 4- 


f /JiiffT ^ . 


R 


r 


R 


r -f 


•^ . f • 


S 


s 


S 


* t- 


". ^- (^ . 1.) 


T 


t 


T 


« H 


^ k^r-U^O 


U 


u 


U 


h- 


H-.E, t. -. 


V 


V 


V 


^ ^ 


■L- 


W 


w 


W 


w ^£-tL !•— 




X 


X 


X 


X Vf- 


♦-4£Pk-(*v -l) 


Y 


y 


Y 


7 -^-.j 


t. 


Z 


z 


Z 


Z ^V'^ 


t. (a-) 




tipii'uu.su.n'»(i 




eaHt 


, V; . t) ee {» , ei b , t- . 


ch 


4-tjL- 


L. ( 


i.O 


eo t-.t 


. (V) , ew, eu f.-- (-). 


gh 


^?-bL- 


(otrJ 


-/^♦(<^; 


ey V^ . 


^• 


ph 


n-ht' 


<f- 


ii.) 


ia ^ , ie 


I". -J. 10, £. 


sh 


t-V^f 


f 




oa 0^, J. 


, t (-) . oi, oy, -J , oo 


th 


H'hL' 


^Af 


•»•A^ (t^) 


--(t) 


, ou C— (t)i -"t »^. ow 


11 


Ti-tihi' 


LL* 


- 


-^ 0- 


. 




UPMP\J.PPl5.Jb* 




ua, "- , 


ue —V , ui -*-^ , uo m^e , 


ae!, 


ai h , au 


, aw o' 


'(-)• 


uj «4 (^, -.^). 



Village, language, usage, ^"b^tnu {jfi}::^, J-'liJ-^zT, J.-i-#t.J.2f s 



1^ 



> W W W ih OS 

'hUh'R'hl'SblHi 



tun. '^ Ti/n-^L. uuM^Juiblrf_ ^^uAuMlinuP-Jiijb %n^pli t 

yVi^t 4" juMpiuphrpni-Pfiuli piua-ftU tun. tupnub ^luW lutu 
t^i^i s \fpl\B ut-iLp a.nb iiuu^fliut^un/pti uiptAf^tuJt , pi^ut^iuu U, 
iking 1 : 

(dt|»>^ u!bnt.UMii^ Irpl^nt- Irli , |^«^^m<1* np utHt uili^U tiiuiT ^up 
^iiL.juAlf . U. Qinf^m\m1 np aaiuani-itu ^Jt JpuMuft'li z 

^"L'^j^ "^C.P ''" * ulmit-tu^uflt , inpiui^iub II p.utauin.usl^uA 2 t 



2 1* ^tui^njb ^hipni.u ^n^nt^ ptuit-^ia '^ JLhnUb luMlia^hn itpn^ 
^'it i Qfiultt^i^tulituhliU ilhptup.lrpni-P^ftJb ^.tuiufta plit^. JJtdhiuUu 
l^tuir '^ ^ptui^tuiint-P'l/itk "tinjft'b 'Ji ju*jut ^ujj , ^ufiT jiMMlCtu, 
fuuitj-itpiu '^ ^krnfb ^tufutut^pui^ • putq 'It 4t'P9"''^'*l'"l_ uha.uj_ 
lliihil^t tinpJIi jpL-pnt-iT UMhifLn^i uiuiUitanL-o ; 

1 



— 2 — 

P>M«j||MfJ>«| JL«i*.i«.J«l^ luu flit lift ufuinttiuinl;u t^t-ifiL u'lt^Mibuttfl/it z 
'^->w><«««^<m1* ]ymimmi^m^4' a]>uinu l^utj* uljutnu. Jintuq qnt^qinltKit i 

itiiuiiilfhtuijt 

\}^i^ It t If It/it'll t^^ml^tuU iituft* innJ-tud' uiutptttuuilia tiitnnfftuiti^_ 
PfttJli ['f[t'' tjnt-qit/lifiq^ • p»«>j^«j.w«.f.»»»^.Ml.* tnpJ-uitr itnL.ij.itiIi^n.iti._ 
P^hiuilp. f^ttj^ ttjjini.ll' ijujtt.uiL.lr£ni.[9-Jii^i liuttP i/ltiii.tuijni-pjtuli 
^ftt-i^iitliftut; , fiti^ <J.l.p,H^j"««l>«*»«* ^/i?4" */" *fh9 "ifU^3 tttttlt^uiJh _ 
tltuuiit 'it^ili utlff$uli itjn.iuL.hini.Plti!!li , l^uttl' 1''UI"iL^ '" ^^'^^ 
^itLt/fiui i^lrjtunjiuiiqttt.[dfitJli s 

^■^h^tiufj-piu If It/it'll ilutpPJt [Ifl'f^l F**'5T^***5 Iftttir ^^^^^m\^»^ : 
^ut^tuftdtitlfb 4" ttft ptnn ftliplrtttli [iql; *[> ^Ir^tuii^njli tttuuifiTCitAfi , 
tun.iitti^ pl'^ Hni.ij.tttli2jt.ni^fd^httMli pjtil. "'Jl''^ • t'^h 4 "''"»-/'"»"'_ 
Ifit/lt nft fjiittitfj^uJuint-P-lrititlfi l^tr^ "UW3 4""^"/'^ '/' tlf^'^i'uf-i'f^ 
ittutnhTiuihh t 

^\\\^uiUmJMU I; fnun. pli^ nn rf^ij* t^nfutiiliuilf tttlini.uj'li mn. [i 

Kiw^Milt •j.l^|«M*l<«»>«1<f ni-nqtuuiifU ijit^i^Jiliu 'li^ut^iulfh'lt : 
\^^mn-'^f\>j, qutnutqitt-ifii ^ttttT qiitrttf^iMt/fut'tini.P^fit.J/ I'pl'lt 

qng-qitiltblf : 

^vtoi^iM^Miliifh tiuiliAu l£tuiP apnii tinniUi ptttli^pti hit : 
g,#fi««fVr«^J'«"''f* nu/ltntlb [tlti liiuiT qi^h^iiitliiit^i , i^tpnjj jft^ 

yttiuttulf lyu^t Psk itM»n.tu^tuiL.ripi s 

T3»"*r"l.''' jfi>i}^^t^int.pu It. u/ltnpn^uljift ^nt.^utUk'b ijj^pu : 
p,i«jl« l^ ptuiv. [tltf 3"^3bi. lun^tlr^t.P'htt/li liutiP f^lr^ 

tntLP-htttU s 

'V^VrF***; h"ii' fUMMtLlt np ^ttiitnnq. ^ pltni^p-truAt piy^ ^ 

uth'tuliutbjt i 

^m^tttf^^tt-^^JUf J'lJf lun^tlrlt ^tunuiphpni-Pftt^t bt"**S 

f^'it- JfiJhttt'itu i 

y*i«»jF«»»jl« ^ p.iuiu iCj^niiJli^uMbtulini-lJi-ktuti utbnuuA^ , f^'tjbS' 

%,u L utjin^ tTat^putjJtj t 

^.#»jjj««#j1. tlutph */' hs^Pt^L. d}"t *^*^«'^*' ^uMuiit^u piulift t 
^m)lm^\mkm^^JU^ tdf^nii h. ijitupj-nt-uth^u ^tttf.t.tij p.utpits^ 

tjnuqtttlili'li : 



^).n.n*l•u.^n^l^'^^'b 



B.3PflhPb^ bh -^^anMT^ SUfrbS 






a, b, 
1, rn, 



d, e, f, g 
o, p, q, r 



jj ^^ 



[[nny^'li iniutLpu 'fi Jiutpiuiunnu It. *p puMnauJtu/piu • 
Q^tup/utt-np^i l/ii Ej Cj Ij Oj U. 

^ujqutJitujii^ h'li b, c, dj f, g, h, j, k, 1, ra, 
n> P5 q? r, s, t, V, X, z. 

uiuniuAiupip i 

^lujliuti-nn iMiiuiLp ttnt.tf.yuM^jp, *p Jfituujib iLnnh-lrb qh-p^putn 

puiit-u ae J ai J au , aw , aj j ea , ee , ei , eo , eu , ew > ej j 
ia, ie, io; oa, oe, oj, oi, oo, ou, ow, oyj ua , ue , ui 
uo &. u^ . 4 ijhn.utpuMppuin.u eau , cou J icu 5 iew , iou . 





8nh8D.»l aT3.8^l3.bnP 






scf^^8 




A. 

E . 


1 » 3 4 

Hfltf , hat , part , hall . 

1 3 S 
Mete , met , ber . 




I . 


i S S 
Fine , fin , »tir . 




O 


14 5 4 

Note , not , nor , prove , 


8 

ton. 


U 


12 5 4 

Cube , cub , burn , bush . 












(ulr^u ^^L.3h itupt^aU , ttanna quAtlPutn ittntnuiUiuiint-PliiA 



— 4 — 

^4 ^luip tlkpntf^ uiuiit-jiL-pu lulit^l^ui ^ituaiujuijinh 1. h iiitu Ilu 4" 
nt.uu/bk-f_ 'dt'lp* '^ lih%i^uMli^ ^uin^iun-nj ^€Un J- lu inbuilt , L fr(9^^ 

I 1 

A ' A 4^/^« a V; 4"**/* %ni.[ip t nftuiku *^ ptun-Jiu hate, 

utjujtJtA i^nl,iu P^ iiuJlihiujIi JftiuifuAIf p.uMiL.u nn tut-iunutjtb 'h 
e utliJiutjU ^uniit.hpJtuiulunliP-iuqJjiiu^p.iuiiiUiiutjliht.» iLiunJilriuf 
p ptuit-u ^utt/Jtui^ujli^it iinjhonhhuii£ luiht^lmutiu , h. ylt2»nlTiuit$ 

i i 1 

'^ ,lhp2^ 4^^*^'^ • '5L''/' opjfiiutli . fate, debate. 
2 

A 4^^ ^ t ^utiT uat-q^ t '^ Jptuiliu^ili puMit-u Jfpu a^trtn 

Ift-n '»*-^''Ag^ piuijiu^uufti Lt-p- , L 'ft putn-u iu/litf.hiuiu able , 

2 2 2 2 2 

acle . qnp opJ,%iuli flat , capable , obstacle . 

3 
A 4"^^' npuf^u a — ptuj* 'P j"iS"L p""*-" j"P" "y^- 

i$iU.hut/itt^*p Im L- If (^jufpiJ-tuiT inuttt-q. I n^^b^^ , i^-tupAtuif^ 

3 3 

tt. *f* puMit-u jnpu q^ifui Itt-p ^u*j^^ r. qnp opftbiu^ calni) haify 

3 3 3 5 3 2 

star , part , darksorne , largest . 

4 

A A^'it' Ci «">• lituiT c" k-nliiup *li putqnuil' piun.u jnp*' 
nVl'h b*-P t***J3^ mmn.u I U. u^JJ^ JtHL piut^iu^utjlt , pwj p inus ^ 

4 4 4 4 4 

M.^^tf m litaiF f. ^np opfiUuMli. fall, scald, walk , all, wall , 

4 2 4 4 

called , Gibraltar , bald . 

i 

E . E tfptiiup nt^fi tf.pk-ut /?4r Jp^^i tjiutptu e \ ^p t^*". 
i\umUIiu * n.tupJtiru*£^ L '^ puM^JuJilutltl^u , L jnpu i^hiit fii-p tf.ujj^k 
autnuiJiutpt Jfi , ^u/T/n.trpJt Jpni^^ tuliJtuipi e ftt- * li- Ilu '^ 'UfCt- 
Jj^iutluAl^ puMft-fi^ , jnpu ^jk *^l_ XutJiiuMunp . of^rf^iinlf f^ifL . 

I i % i 

scene , replete , me . 



— i5 — 

2 

2 2 
red, berry. 

E *[> ju/ii^u er 4^/^ i^^m e ^* nnufl^u 'p p.iun.fiu her* onp 
i 3 4 3 3 

opftiiui^ spider, writer, reader: --f •««jf«tr , •••««jP'cr» •*"fVcr = 

\t putiuu ibere , wnere h. ituh-u/ibqu %nqftb ^^ t^ni^nku 
1 

npu^tiu d )s3 • 

E '^ tlk-n£u ptutt-pq utiu^iuuiuniuli uActutjb 4* • p^'B ^"'^'"'3 

1 

22 2 4 4 1 
catastrophe, Hebe. 

2 2 

E '^ jiutin-huMiJu en uqt . /jw^ opfiiiutli riven , seven . 

E «Y.^ £t. '^ iiMibt^huMjub ea , jnpJ-uiiT ^'-^''Ajf^^ j'""-^2sj 

2 4 020 3 0202222 

^ t » ^"/» opl>%utli lined , answered , filled 5 ended , added , 

2 4 2 
proceeded . 

1 . I 4*^' I -'} p Jfttut^uMlit^u y Ll *jt tll^pP piuqJiuiluMtMlf ptu^ 
""A? Z~^2^^il^3 r 'l^pPj^ i^umIbI^ , inpJ-tuiP q^trtn pt-p ntfbp 

4 4 2 

i^e^ ptuipuJtiujb h. aJft utitJtiupi e . ^T''/' opj^iiuli piue , tribe, di- 

1 4 

vine, title . 

2 

I niJir^ qCf'li^L.tfi, I Jf i^phtu P-^ juMJIsliuipM puMiuu J*uli_ 

^.triupii 'It ice U. ive, np^ n^ '^ 4^p2l'f* '[u^'iil^* 2^2f"^3p* • ^^ 

/x. '^ puin-u jnpu if^kui Jii.p hliiru^^ iniun. puMtpuJiiuth */» "hJltli 

2 2 2 2 2 
^"4 4!f*f*kb » F"'^ 'A muin-ku r . ^/i^/ opjtttiu^ practice , incentive , 

2 
riddle. 

3 

I 4^'^' * c 'A j"ir'byt'!p' p""*-" j^c i^y*" t^p t"u~ 



— 6 — 

3 3 3 3 3 3 

stir, bird, first, dirt, shirt, squirt L utj^ix 

9tuntnnt.idiit *^ litJbiiiiliu JfiuipM putn^u mirth , birth , 

2 
girt , gird , girl , skirt , whirl L firm , jni>u i ^ifb npu^l^u e V - 

i 

. 4^'^ trpl^uMft ftpp o" liutiT C-t- '/» tltufuT^uili p.iun.[tij 

4 
iutliif.lrtnq *fi putiteu^uipi fi^^ II jutlijLiufli 6 . ifnp op^'liu*^ hODie , 

1 2 2 1 

stone, anecdote* ^iumT '^ ^u*qJb^ qju/bli ^^n^c , qnp ojtlilltiu^ 

2 1 12 1 111 1 1 

compose, spoken, suppose, so, no, going, story, poetry, 

1 

glory. n-uipiL-iuiJli putn.it jn[iu q^irin ^^ihitt£_ ft tf.nu^k'lt 

11 1 1 1 

Id 'ft 'itJpt 4u.%lilf . qnpopptittl^ told, old, cold, gold , soldier 

1 1 
( -e'tXtf ) , behold . 

2 

o«-^'/r n^utjliu O uni.n_ o 'ft jnjniliui^iifU ptuiuu jni'** 
q^hut [ti-p k"U3^ puttjutlutJU [fU^ uit.utf,u>fi^ tliuttliftlt . ^o^ o^/r. 

2 2 3 
"itutlf blot, potter. 

3 . 

4^£/» «J^2f" tpP O kpk*"P ^ *tinLpp liuiiT lipp liftlpitttti 
»0 inntftuil" ijfltfi Jtt-p "^'I'^l^ ^ utt-ittptttfi^ ilutJi^liit , hpt; 

3 3 3 3 3 
i\utbliU tttjii rttAfijj^ ^^ut * qnfi opfihtttl^i (or y uor , comcr , for- 

3 3 1 5 2 

mer, fortune, morning. 

4 14 

4^5/» itnttfku O -" 'p uut^tuL. ptuiLti Lhp- . n^ip l/Jt bcho- 

4 4 4 4 

ve , move, prove It- jmhutit^u %n^ut , npu^l^u L '/r lose, Ao^ 

2 4 4 4 4 4 

ado, who, whom, womb, Rome. 

5 

4t#^» ^pP- I *t j'»is"L /»«*«•" » j^o" ?_4^«" ["-c H-"^- 



2 5 S S 

ghlt m, me ^utiT ve. qni* opftbiulg kingdom, come, love. 

3 5 1 S 

second, razor. 

|» p.usqnt.ir puttLU jn^iu ihuttui^MMU fpl^ftU O utuMit-jta V ^utb^ 

5 3 

0j.lrnJt "yi pith p.ianiuJiuMjb^t. , ^'fl' 'linpiu^liu O t^iuiT U . Ifp 

5 2 3 5 2 3 

opjt'Uuili worst, stubborn, ^^tu wurst, stubbura. 

2 2 2 

zk^ut *^ 4!^(i"j - q^i* opl^tia^ lesson , mutton , button , L utj^u-. 

(J , \j *p putiuu innu q^k-in fii-p itlJ pfipy^u'p' itji -^uili^ 

1 

i 2 4 22 J 

^t^t[i^[t jiun.tu2nj ^tun.if. T. lutC, iUume , rCsiduC . ftMi^ hCi-k 

u 

^ncu^ r 'liiufufiliP-iu^ , junUj-iuiT U 4^'^ O "*• • qnp opfibut^ TUG 

k k 

4^^ ro ujjupi^'ii ».->. , true 4^^» tro (Vf-i- s 

2 
U 4"^' ^ H P putiLu innu t^ptp P*-p "^'I'sb p***ip**^"'f^ 
ututn. lut-tupuip^ ilu/ttlfplt , pui^ ^p laiu/Lp^ (, 7*. ^p opjilttulf 

2 2 2 3' 

stud , cub , butler . 

3 

U 4"^ U £ J'y^''"'tk putn.u inpu 'litupinbp tun r^lifi utuj_ 

3 3 

n.fiu r , np ^t^iftajt a^hin Jtt.p uiitJiuBjb e . qnp opfiiiutli turn , fur . 

4 

U 4"^ U "— /» uiut^taL. putn.u , Jh/tiuti^u/iii^inpu ^Vl'li 

4 14 4 

/rt.^ lfq.htui_ tiui^i I liuMiT II. qnp opfibui^ bull , Spitcful , full , 

4 4 4 4 4 25 

pull , push , bush , puss , cushion , sugar ir- icf '• 
1 

Y > Jl nt-Op qJtutju I —J Yf Jpiuiluiltlf ptu/LU inpu %*uju^ 
pifP-iua niJl/pqk ap.utiiiuJiuipM tntun. , U. 'p 'llfv2- umJIsUumjIi pu*^ 



— 8 — 

'titupi puf^i/ in^tu "biufufUiP-tu^ t^inuUijtqp uiiun.u J, >Wn onltliiuig 

12 i 221 
dry, applj , gratify. ^^u» dri, appll , gratifi . 

2 

tFiui^iuUliu , Ji'pu ['^{j^'lt ^jk ^imhuM^t p-'"3 't 'llf*^k^" fy *A 

42 2 2 
4J^l'ly P"ut3 ' Vr *>ct''""k triilj , merry ^It^uM truli , nierri . 

JV . \\ , jnjiJ-tuir 4i"pl'3b "P"lhu tl^iuMpiuii-nn uttun. , pitn. 

AE np 'b p.u»n.u ftJl^UHLtfluj^ili-p^qiut^nifbltq jlrqnt^utq ilftiMtfh 
1 12 

4!f**pb ' ^it ^ ^ • ITP opb^'^i paean 4^'^ peau . 
1 
Ai L aj 4^^^^' a Vj • "ZfT* opjfiiiuli nail , stay . 

4 
Au L aw n-plrus Pk Jfiim ^t^ti a «"<> qnp oppjiu^ pause, 

awful. 

Au fik^ a^hm pt-n ntAftaJi atntuoLu 71 qJ'I- utjl_ p.uiiuuAutjlt^^ 

5 
^fh a m . tipfi opl/hiu^ taunt, flaunt. 

1 

J-UMiT ifCfhtn fii-jt Irlilmuql^ Jfib Y» miun.fiqu t, WI, W, D, ^utiT 

2 

dff^ sty t ^uiiT th , juMptshutiT [tpp 'ft puii^t.Ju 4^^» fi t • 

op^'iiut^ . meal, beam , wean, cheap • head, deaf, breast, 

threat , death . 

1 

Hl'C '*cb^"'k break , bear . 

3 

^luk earth, learn. 



— 9 — 

4 
Ee 4^iA Jli^ui c J- • qnp opJt^uM^ green . 

i 
Ei 4^^ IrpptrilL a trj • Hfp opfiituM^ vein , rein , heir ^ eight , 

1 
their , veil . Wj[_ utoMtuk-iuiuiku 4^^ e \» L »yu$nku 4^^ 

i 

42 2 42 
ceit, perceive. 

4 2 

Eo 4^^ e }> . npufl^u people . L hftfihtfl e t • npuf^u leopard. 

2 2 

Eo jitftJ-iuiT ^^h it-^ihtuf^ ^jh u g • unit oft\tbtuli diio- 

2 2 2 2 

geon , luncheon , surgeon , sturgeon • — X^ulg 'It putn-u pi- 

2 2 

geon , widgeon , scutcheon , b^ilipiuftptuii.^ eo 4^i^ ^ » 

4 
Eu L ew 4^^^' « ^— • -SL"/* opffbiu^ eulogy j ^lew . ^^u$ 
^422 4 

ulogi, nu. £^/?4 iiiu^jtliPut^ ntAfi^l^ qututn.q. r, CVt' 4^^ 

k 4 

itlitMfliu o "•- . ^/i^ o^tphiu^ slrevy , ^i^m stro • 

4 

2 2 2 2 3 

l^iufb i ^♦ ^£1 opllhusili survey, convey j vallej , barlev. 

la unilnjituptup JliuipM '^ 4b^p2lf B'^'^hs ^ ^/fl^putppiun. , fi. 

2 

222 2 2 2 24 

ojt^iuill filial, billiards "t^'L^JC^•'•" » expiate. 

]» piun.u marriage, carriage, parliament L miniature 

2 
l^ib d tnutnhi yfil(p.iufip.iun.\tU umji_ JIimmPi i \,x fKutiLu diamond 

^ib r-^VJc^r « 

4 

le 4^^ unilnftutp.utjt e ^. ««/£,*^ J^unlu/bl^u ^[3^1^ q^lrm ft*.^ 



— 10 — 

4 
^M^Jtqfi inuin. puti^Aiupt ^1^ I —} • ^i> opfiiiutli grief j die . 

1 4 
^%jM^tu greff . di. l 

lo lUMt-uinui piutuftj 4"^ U Z. ^P^ "'-^'bsb HJP'h b'~P fJutuiiLU 

i 2 

n . qiift oftfiiim^ nalion , passion . 

1 
Oa 4^'^" o o'. qnp o[ifibuMli road 5 goat . 

OE 'ft puMiLU b^^ tftn^vubah-unu fi ^^"b ^t-ant.tuq , Jhn(3- 

i 2 

i 
Oe ftiit^.itutiiiiiumliu 4^^» o' 'b p-utn-u foe , throe , hoe , 

4 
bilboes , sloe, toe : J* canoe 4 shoe 4^^ o — . 

22 

Ol A. oy 4^/^ir i$bt^^utliftuiuiliu nnuiliu 01 0) qnn op^ituli 

boil, joint, toj. 

4 
Oo ^1^1 npui^u •" . qnp oppnuli doom , boom , moou 5 

soon . — ]» putiLU foot , good , hood , L. jiuh u/liju JHnutjh-iu^u 

4^c2j"tp'"*-" hood , nftink*! It- 'b p-u»n.u stood , wood U wool , 

4 
hp1ip.iuftf!.u»n.t^ 00 ^'^ a -'- • — \* puin-u blood L flood ^ih 

2 1 

npiM^^u li ^ . ]> puMit-u door ti. floor npu^tiU o 'ft phrituili u/lt_ 

4 

i^j^tujjcnjf , uijf^ pit-jjuiiuiiuqlta i^i^'u ptiin l^uflinlilt e «— s 

44 

Ou ^'^1 unilnnutptun nnujliu dO Cw- • nitn on^iiulf , bound, 
round , bough , — \>pplrifu iFtihiuiuu^lin. 'ft tlhp2j^t.npni-P-^ultu 

2 1 

our L ous ^'^^ u £ qnp oppstu^ couple, courage *crf^' ^''- 

2 4 

bour , callous . |» piun.u [tt*^ 4^'^' "pi*{kf O ••- . tinp oplttiiulji 



i J» ptun-fiu friend L jtuh-u^^u %nptu ie 4^'^ c % 



I 

wound, ^oath • Qiun-iu^n^ ,inu0t.[tjfu r L I Irii^lrUb 4^/^ o e". 

qnp opjt'ltutli court , foUT , SOul , mould . Qo<JI-u/bq.u*liit 

k 

would, could, should 4^'^ nf$uiliu u >"• ' — b '[uA^u aught 

1 

L ought 4^^ o e"" t[np o(ipnu^ taught , brought . 

1 

Ow 4^'^ uni^nnuMptuji tipuiku O • i^^t opp'bui ^ gloW, SDOW • 
— \* J^U^'L P'"***-" "4"//' nnufl^U do C"«- • "j^**/* onjtbiuli DI'OW , 

2 
endow . 

h 

qnp opjtiiut^ atn\.\([\idLit y antiquary, assuage, equal, language 

U ^ytL.tIh luiuituu^i lrnp.hifu ^fi JLutptJtu UCt japJ-utiT ^nt-^J^ 

03 22 
ynufupii{9u*q uiiun.i^ g fu^uui tiijujiiipti \ * 'f"n onj^iu^ guardian , 

02 2 
guarantee ^-f^^H^ . !t^t^P'^' 

Ue 4^^ W lutphtu^ WUL ^ **'Jl_^**lP'^ inutn-fiu € . ^[f/* **Pb~ 

2 2 
'ituili conquest n^T.^-^V-P' - 

\\ p.utn.u l^^ c/^*** inuMit-fiu g ^P'^UJJ \ y^^b tniun-u U • l^p 

02 02 

onltliiuli guest , guess . — — ]» ju/iit^t qfff*^ tniun-ltau g ^ Q ^{'^^ 

1 40 

piu/tfitun-if. ue n^ ^'^ • (fS«V9 JJrutpi 'ft p.iun.u agUC } qnp oiif*^ 

5 2 4 
%uM^ tongue, oblique. 

2 42 42 2 
iuijiiu I \t . unit o^ipituli anguish , cuirass : — ]» ptun.u Jiit^ j"V" 

lunuuifhuul; g ju^uui \ , U inutn. trplfp.uinpuM$i.fiu n< 4"^* IPC 

1 4 2 

opfttjutll guide , guile , guilt . — ]» puin-u bruise , fruit , juice , 

pursuit , sluice L suit , mutn^u i n^ ^ih * fli""^ "["U P"'*hp** 



— 12 — 

4 '^ . * 3 1 

^"h^lb lA npui^u Pk ^/»^«Y_ 4/» broz 5 frot, juce , pursut, 

I i 

€>p1^iumIi quodlibet, aliquot, *-»-»,^t.^*»tf*'» tL^^^"-"P■ ' 

2 

2 
obloquy, *-tL"*"-^ • \'"k*t 4tc2l'*^"P"'-Pt*^'* ^"7 ^ik *• 
ijffY» opjtitut^ P^3gu^ f lV:^!' • — fVf«*/i.« buj 4^^ "i-; ' 

.£iaU yiv.iMipiupp.utnJ* np utn-iui^lr^ji ippuililiutt^utU puio-u i^iupti 

1 

^uth '^ f^tk ju^'^ib'^k'^" * ^ih o o» qnp opjiiiiul^ beau, 

1 2 4 

portmanteau. — ^V^ np**iku u J— *^ putn.u beautj, t 

2 4 
ituhutb^u "hnpuM beautiful • 

22 2 

Eou 4^^ npu{t;u iM J-£. ^p opjfitusli nlrcous . s^^ui ui- 

22 
viuss '•^•L^t- = 

1 

leu L iew 4^/^^ « ?•— • ^"/^ op\fuu»li purlieu , adieu , re- 

3 12 1 4 1 
view . ^^uM purlu , adu , revu . 

22 2 22 

lou 4^^ iu \^ qnp oplfitujli glorious, ^t^hut glorias. — 

^txut iutpiut^iuli putipuJiuipB^ utiun-u 1 fuuiihtuhh • ijnp oppbuilg 

precious ^i^u» f fttf • 



— 15 — 

C * ^t^ib ♦ uttLiu2l' ^lupiutunniuau Ct y Oj U y ^*P 'l^P^ 
Jutblil» * b"i uu/luj^Im iniun-fiqu C 5 I j L. y ^tfji » . *tr>n on^uiti 

cau, cone J cell, circle, cvcle. -^tjl. , f-"!* , -Vl» "tr*L. -^fl.' 

\}{j3-h c muMn-fiu jfi-niMi^ttiu ibjli^f eo, eouSy la^ lous^ L 'Uu*^ 
futuif.utu ^uttilpt 1*3^ 2^Z!f'^"*i_t juipiJ-uMiT c 4^^» ^ • q^p **pl'- 
'iiiulf ocean, grecian , testa'ceous, gra'cious . 4^'^^^ ^"^^ »:.C?' r 

CA 4^'^' iftz^ L* tjni* ap\t1iutli church tj^rt* """ b ptuiuu 
tnnu'ltut[uiuq.utu t^uiiifltjioji^ [ l^tuiT Tl ^ tt. npp p pnt-lt ippiMtlt^ 

IiumI^u/IiI^ utnLhu/f^ yV ^t^ ■!,• ^p opftJiutli filch , tcnch , 
chaise. <^Hi.' P't'^l- "Jss'L' 

Qfl 4^>/' uiiilnniuptup itpuit^U quiuiiuu A ^ujlf '^ > f p putn.U 

utn.t-u*£u Y» 4^^' ij^i^"-'"j f qn^ op[>tttui^ anarchv , architecture, 
4%^t«, V'^-f+f » •^r+!•H*L^-'-^ *• 

Z> , -s^'^' f = — ^ puMit-u education , grandeur, guardian , 
soldier /*• verdure 4^'^ ^T. m-umft 4'i'^//' ^^ putn-pif. t^fji—^j.^ 

lulliabuii p*y\}3 J^"* pipuin puJiituJtiuflip 4^'^ P" * ( P"U3 ^P''' 

muMitlu ^[iiiut [i^k t 4^^» jujjiiJ-ujiT ft ) . ^«^j o^ililbut^ sh:iped , 
stripped, 4^'^.^//^ ^^ iJbjfP-. -P-fffP* ' — S*""-" d uiuAuJu h '(» 
puMn-ftu handkerchief ^'k'^+htii^ * ^ juin.ut^ini.tr 4L"''kb P***- 
n-fiu Wednesday "^t^'LT^ * 

F , >^'^ <^ • "Ul_ '/» J®?^" 0/ 4"^'^ 4.' ^"4 '^ P"*n.it juMh^iJh, 
ahtutu %nifli'b ^tuj[urj.plit^ u^uM^^ ujtUjilf ^£^nt.Uh . ^p opfiiiiu^ 

thereof r^tjr**f • 

G , ^f^ib \ uin.ujt2b muMn.^qu O j O , M , tun.ut2p ptuipuJituJli 

muMn.[i^ , £l ^b 4y*l"^"*^* 'h^'^kbs * VP opliJtiuli gallcv , goue , 
gull . ^tLL^ . h"^ . \v. \>-"*2t ^'^Ji'uit-npuMgu e , i, y ^'(, 

pu*n.u pltji^ £Uiitilt%u b. i^puA^iu^u/liu , 4*^^ iinilnpiuputp zT • 

i^np opIfbuMti genius, ginger, gyre 2rj.t|.j,.., ^V^^w ^-^f • — 



— i4 — 

\*vf£ '^ uiupunti puiit-u ^"Ji^i ^ . qi'p ofifilrita^ get j gift |VP" t 

Gh jhiniui^tuu nt^ik-jnil^q t '/» 'lhp2^ 4l" H'3 "^^'ib » ^""3 
"^ ptun-^u draught jniim-iT ^'^ $t^tuil;U ^f , mim^u hpptrtfu 
It. p 'iypP '['""'if'J • utfiunv. ^luuuinuulf uHidiuMpi ^ . apn onnnutljf 

caught J drought , bought, rought, neigh, ^'ii^il, k% , +e— p., 

'Yffa-t;; a^but fT intiin-ttu if-nj TTl lliutT Tl '/' "Jp' ifufttlfn , ffit 

"L ^d" • ITP "pl^'"fi phlegm , gnash , resign , ^"b^iu <^\};S, 
IL^, K.j.^ji. I — (x tiituiu utii^uipi li '^ piuft.fiii seragno 4"^'"* 

heir , herb , herby , honest , honour , hospital , hostler , hour , 
humble, humour !l */# putpq.u L jmbru/ii^u fit.phiMi%j s — |» 

iHiP It. '[> flb^pP 'hf^'kl'3 npuil^u L. fl^'l* V uiusit-^iu nt ^'ih • T'V 

opf/Tiujli lohn, Messiah, rheum, 2f-1» , irV-'^jt . •—-J'* F"!/3 

tnptfuJiT bt^lfut^ 1'3^ llfi'l* W /» ( lUtjliKruttT ^li^i iuiiLiu2_ ^'*"* 

^ VV . ^[> o^tftbutli what A"-*?- , while A«— »jj.« 

J^ ^'i'd> ^* ijnji opjtiiuili jo^' T^f} : \k ptun.u hallelujah 

^ ? ^^'^ + ^»««r ^ , 'A uliliijjpb ptttn-^jf qnp opJi%utl£ kind 
^.Mjwi^ . puij^ japJ-iMtiT ij^hui ^t.p ntSliftjIi Tl n^^t^t » ^P *>pl'~ 

%4uli knight "•'-jt'- , know W : 

^tulftuh Jttfii i^i^ctfU ^ , tjf'p '/' ^h%i^utli^ IctrP^ puinpuMiunf 

tfu^pPli ai-uuilihf^i ^Jfi'l* CL [i 1*^ hnptrlfh Lu iVl'li O fi I 'liittfuu0^ 

q.tuu t^tnf.-itt£_ uiujn.[i^u J'y k y 171 ^ "^4^'^ • ^p op[i'l/ut^ half, 

Stalk, calm, jolk . ^-.^ , mjloi. , fmS , V^-f • "^_4^i/» n-ittpllnui^ 
'[i putiLu almond, could, should, would. *>S^^ , ^—r i vt * 

MLlSy ^^i^'b SLI.'.— IV'^ qut/uTi'uA 4n/ltlil, jhmu.q.u.u'y 

ll'^'^L «"«"«-A^" I II m , n^ 4"i/^i . qnp oppiM^ kilu f J-L, Solemn 

t n^£^^ . ptisan P-f-^V'^' — U?"^"^'^' h '/» ptun.f>u receipt •^f'-^P- ' 
P^ 'ft Jlfm-iT iltuiilili 4^^ <^ t — 1» ptutuu nephew /t Stephen . 



— i^ — 

«to • \^jl uMit-ui^h pi'UniuJt.utpi urui$t.ji liuiiF utbkutpt 6 /' , h-U U. 
'b 'Ufp2- P""^t3 "^*H^***h*"^' b*^ ^i^it~Uii I; u/lifdtupif.JutUlr^ , 

m-aiiHtl;: y^^iitupt 4 mtuit-U juiiunulill aisIc , Islc 5 island , '»*)\,t 

•»y_, mj]}^>^ . %njliui1;u u!uiuipM I; '/» ^.tun^fiu TlSCOUnt .^j + tf— t/l s 

\ffil^ ututn-liu S iktnuti^tuu fhsl^' ^^ lltuif U , It- uiufuf^ifd uttj 

tfu/hlili nn tiMtit-Ujpli- outli niiiiuit-i^ ^^iihiu£^ bs^ ' J'^/""'^'^ 
uiinit-q. S ilhf^iP- ^ ^'I'lb fi- illfpJ' ^ • ^ 4^'^ ^P-lf "hutfumq.uMU 
tiiiitn^i bs^ iuiihiuunn /'^'^ ^uiiT hnlip.ujpp.tun. • ^ hfo-^ bjl^ 

pittiituJiujit . qnp opfiittu^ ircasurc PTt^?'"-r » passion f ti.c'' » 
extension t*-P-V">':.C?' ' 

Sh 4^/^/' 1- ^np oppiiuli cherish i.VrK= 

Sch 4^'^/' "* • q^p opfiiiiuli scholar "^eLtr * 

U y L 1baj^Uiq.utit tltulililt ^^iiirtMif^ bs^ • ^'^' L k""^ "L* HTV **Vb- 

opl^iuli station "'^^i-u^ % virtue {.IrrL?'"- righteous »— •^tfc" ' — 
%u3n.u t n^ ^,^t Y» 'Itvt^lrbv" ^^^^ 5 ^^^^ > steuer , jiiZer . ^np 
oplfbiuli. fasten 5 hastener , listener, bustler, bristle <^t-'*' t 

Christmas, chestnut, mortgage. ♦rf"*t- » lV'«'*'i:P'» •^"riVj^* 

Xh , liftl^Jtli JiuMpi 4" ututn-Jiau fufiuut L 'tint.pp • «««. '^ ^'iPl 
aiun.ui^ili1i^ H^bp 1^"iJC L^'iT^bt b ^^2- tttutuitrtultiii^ It. ^i^tu S 
Ifuiir w . b^k •/f"^' hnlfnnnr^ftlt uiniu 'hnjliu^liu , It. ^i^ut Z l/UMiT 
•j_ : — Th 4^'^ [ujtuut Y» "hb'L^ ^'""-bj * ^""3 *b J**t^" ''^^ ^ 

/i t^hpuMbnL.u/1/^ L '/f putn-fi^ there , thought A. thus . — }u^u»tt 
■^"ij^i Lu 'ft tU^p2- P'""b3 * P"'3 Y' t-"ub3 » ''^ pittit-ft^u booth , 
smooth , with j"/*" ^tnt-pp ^^i ( p««/j f*"^" to froth 4^^ 

filttuui^ : \\fttuin ^fltij* lt.U 'f$ t^i^ ptuiufiq J"!'" J^***^'**9'V h""^ 

ihtnnj ti.ni.al; iniun. puMnittJtutpt • pttQ *b P'ttn-i^u SmOOtboCSS . 

1^ putn.u b^t^ th 4^'^ npitf^u muipq^ t • t^np opjthtuli Autho- 

ny, Thames, thjme |t.1<P-"1'|' , P-t'^- , ^-y^ -- — h ^utn.tupiu'ii'h 

UMltt^tAfiupt^i li. ^tujlrplili fufiuin ^^yiL.tfit miun-^u putqtuq.plrut£^ 4" 
^uijt^iuliuMli HtuMn.fiL.ou (^4 • pull 'ttni-ppit «f»"» : 

V , \rbll" ^'ii* "L* ^ ufuiput 4 "P"zJ^l_ tttiiu 'fi ^"it^Jiuitl^ 
^kuiiu^iuj uitun-fiu Vfr* "*■ • T**/* opptttit^ VIOC ^J^ * 



— 16 — 

»to^ t — \fUiliMUMif.uia l^"'l_ iniun.[iu r '(t 'hj^i iliulilfli* n^ ^^b • 

i^np opliitutli wreath , wring •^^■•♦•A , <>-};'^\ • — \j^'^»*ip' k l*- f» 
*^ piun.u answer, sword Jfl'-tr • "^ft* » 

J? J %^'^ [ufiutn +m lituiT %nt.pp \i^' fufiuui* jupJ-iuiT jjr2*nti 
*A 'Ihc't/ ^'utluf^P-inq iluttil/lilt u/liliu/lifi^fi . L 'tmi-pp jnpJ-iuiT 
iuMpMUit.iin fi'bs ^^utiut.nft ihutiun-iuu ll'"['Jli • "H^P opftbtuq 

exstant , exerl tV-P-l:'''?" • irllifP' • — ^ %uiluuMq.uM„ ipflri_ 

l*k-^n[i% L jkinuin.iuu ututiuftqu 10 liiuiT U , iniun-u X fufium 

£^i^ npuikii +^ . ^fi opft'iiusli noxious 5 i-fi+^^t- s \^u^ ypk 

it-utuji^uiu n.inqft U itr^uiiuunn^ ^i^ttnupp IfiuiP \'^» ITP **Pb~ 

'Uuili luxurious Hli'L^"'"^^ll•• ' — " ^"tp^^'"i_ '^ "kht^ j"*^"*- 
tfuJii iuhnt.utii^ X 4^'^ ♦L* *i"P onfthut^ XaQlhus , Xenophon , 
Xerxes . 

jf J !» ufjifitfiift putn.[ia 4^^ V • ^(* opJi%uil£ VOUlD V"**?'^ . 

vear Vcf ' 

* Z ^ i^ih "L* tjnp op^iliutli* lazy, ^.VJ'L^ - b 'tiuMfuuMi^.iuu 

f^'bhi_ ^iQi'b ^lu'fi , ^ '^ jlrtniuri.uju la y 16 ^ 10 ^ lOU , COU uiiu_ 

n-fij , L ure ilh[i2y*i-npni.p^huAs^ ^'ih h" • 1^1* opjtiiuili seizure 
-W-r. ra'zure -V^^J.— £-. glazier ^iV^^cr * 

n.np lautn-fiq^ '^ ilhptiuiuutnt.ifii Aiujlift *jt ijuittlfu ftJ*^ pinn-fiq 2 : 

(jtuniuau h'phtutlutGh piunha 

y^pliutifu/lilf putn^ uih^ufiiqlrut^ *l^p9'"ttr ifu$tfltliuiitf^ 
i!^iL"t^' unilnputptup lUMn-tu^^h i^iublpt » IPP op^tlliiu^ talker j 

mirthful , L'lt -. 



2 fl^ t^hT ilu/lil^li ^.-^iilriu^ taiuu/i-tri upuMitMipi uiputtuuutlihri^ 



— 17 — 

lypiutiluA^o tuh-u^i^huM^ itun.ut2tuq.pp ilutiA^uM$I^ iian^ 
■JaitnuMliutliU , unilnpiuputp uMit^ini^ ^zJkz^' P 4^p2i^ ilu/blfii , 

qn[t oft^uili to beget , to behold , t^i -. 

\ynbittJu/blf^ npp JJiu^ta-UMiluijU Jiqlm% uilintlb U. p-"*! , uni^a_ 
putatun Y» i^tlr^ uthnthi^ ^^^ jtun.ut2liii iluA^lb , L. '^ i^h^h 
pty 'P jkutftUlb , unp op\tbutli HD aCCCDt t.Vrf 4. tO aCCCnt 

\^^%iujb h-p^utilutbi^ npp juAq-ptt *[i y y OUT , OW , le , 

ish , ck, ter , age , en, et, er ^^inpj juMn.iu2b'i* tinf^*^ • 
qnp op\*iMUMli silly , favour , willow l , battle , to banish , ca's- 
sock, to batter 2 , courage , fasten , quiet, canker, butter. 

^Ul§a kpllUMt^UMllll^ tUtUq.lmUt^ '^ plUtlUI^Utpi Jp L. 'p B uAl ^ 

Jiutpt , Ipuif npa nt^fiqfili hplfpaappiuiu tip *p jhtnpb ipu/bl^ , 
tpuiT npo jiubq.p'ii jk-p^ni-u puiniu^uMjbu , unilapiupiup ^^inptt 'p 

ilhp2p* i^tubliU , qnp opp'tiiulf to comprisc, to rcvcal, to attend. 

"y^nt-MMba hp^iailuAli^ npp ni^iptjp'b t-p^pufppuJn. Jp 'p 
ifk-pPyinuiT iluA^p , utbif-uAop It. ^^p'i* jiuTCuipt . qnp opp_ 

"hiuli applause 3 . 

f^tunwau hntuiftuulf jttuujp.^ . 

y^iuuiila/b^D puMiua luh-uMbqkuM^^ jutn.ut2uiq.pp IguiiT il^p^ 
2"*ttP dutuUliutil^^ utnJtat^t q^Jr^ 'p /[^pty utpt/utmut^utii 

putn-pit, qnp oppibut^ loveliuess , Contemner, bespatter , L% : 

\^n.utilut^i^ jut'itq-butj^ 'P ous , at 5 ion , ce 5 ent , ant , 
ate , z^zirf^ juin.ut2pt tlut%^ . ijnp oppittu^ gracious , capital , 
mention, continence, armament, elegant, propagate 4 . 



1 WpmuM^nj Irb liutbnbpu tO alloW , tO aVOW , tO Cudow , 

to bestow . 

2 ^iupuini.iip putfu to deter . 

3 ^_uiputni-f^t putn^p nJtttb^ jut%q.huti^ 'p aiH . qnp opp'hui^ 

certain- mountain, iA -. 

4 P><tf^ jhn-tailuttt^pj jutltif.hinj 'p CC , ent, ate , jutit uiU ^ 

3^ir3 ^b p*""-b3 "C"3 z^z^p^ ^b 4^p2b'^ ipjuu^ An4 • itutj* npo 

'p Jp2^ ilutbliU ndipjp% iutjbuti^np dp ^utbq.hrp3i jbu»tuq.uiu 

kpkb'^* puttpuXuBptpu^ , qnp opphut^ conuivancc , promulgate. 



— 18 — 
\fn.iutliu%l^ jtuii^trtu^ *ft y ^ re 5 le >, ude ^^f"/'^' ^«'2aj/t# 
jtun.ut2p* iluAJIfli . qnp opfitiuM^ liberty 5 theatre , legible , ple- 
nitude . 

\ytLiuilu/blJl^ jUMhi^hiuf^ '[i atOV n^ufi^u Creator , l([ujir np^ 

't «^£/'^ iluAliJtU ntAftb hplipiuppuMo. fA^, ^p opfiitut^ codea- 

VOUr 9 liutiT q^trm JtujjbuML.npJt l^pqJuM pMuniuiuipiu , npu^l;u do- 
mestic j Z^Z^'l^* unilnpiupiup 'p Jli^'it t[u/isl^pi j 

\jn.uMi{uA^^ puMivp pifpi i^puAi^tui^u/iip^ npuf^u repartee y 
magazine , ^iml^ jiuTCuBfu *fi illrp£pi iluAlfii t 

uMhuA^triuijp l/h . ^np opJAutli arrogating , continence , in- 
continentlj , commiinicableness . 

P-trpfiii . qnp opftiiuiti pertufbation . — v^ut'b^ytuu^ '/r ator 
^^/th '^ ilL-p2^iPhp'iM . qnp opItUuM^ spcclaior 5 lA ! 

^utqJluiltultliD ju/litf-hiuip *Jt le ^^ftit unilnputpuip jumiliu^ 

2^1b ^mblfU . tinp op\iUiuli amicable . f^««/^ k^Pk j^p^p^pf- 

^u/b^ltli Aa4r ^utibtuunp JJt 'but[uiuii.utu hplint-^ p.uMtpu3iuMpt mu»_ 

oplfbiu^ combustible. 

^tuMptpi/fiujj iluAl^ ilh^p2^pyplib \ . npuiku uxorious , volup- 
tuous, pusillanimity, activity. 



1 ^XjiufupliPiua i^krpP^ipk-p ifuulbi^li utuft* Irppnpq. iltultlfli 
ul^uhwf_ *^ 4^P^ pu»n.fib . ftuli ilh-p^^ffif^p trp^pnpt^i t 



— 19 — 



^kru/lt , 0^ iun-utltq ufp'P if-J'nt-utnpb 1^ tit.qi^fuoutr£^, t"H tV^L- 
uMtl^Ltili hu^ utb^iuMn^'b . iJuAtui.UMttq. JiuJU p.utpp.iun.u npnij 
^%fnt.Uh ouiutn I; iutII/bL.Jilt tf-nt^ahu *p i^nnt.(3-blit^ muin.p^b . 
lUfiuJ* u/Jta-fpuJi^euiiu u/ttatufiJ^ quAquAlir outll quiJh'biujIi ^^ 
qrii.u n.J-nt.uMnni.piruMi^b • ifuMua "py "*-ZS"L. ff^l'*** 4" f* t^ui 
tunUhni-t q'^tultputuuMU l^utbiitiu qnnu lUt^iuun.t'Jp luuuiu/lton 1 ; 

13, • ^lun-a Jliiuiluib^a iiM^i^lruii^ '^ y , I y S ^ It- np 'biufu^ 
nb^usa #rfJi!rAq^% aj^ h.h(d- Jiuipiuii-nn , lfp^h% Vjl^p^f^ P«"_ 
qiuJuujVli . qnp opjtbiu^ Staff ^ttttmm*imU , Stiff t^J«««f» , mill •*1«_ 

f\i* , hall -f-A , cross ^it to pass ••♦'»'3«#AVi.. ^ '• 

^_uiftmnt.i^fii JJiuJjb ptutL^u ♦ of ^njnilu/lifi^uhn. • if VP-fc » 3S 

"r"iV" , he is !•-• V , he has 1»*« — t^, he was ^m« i-f , his 1»<»f«. , 
this -^i* , us »t* » thus -J— tV** * 

lutiuuM^Hf^ nflt.u ^uiuMuiutl^ti l^utlinliltu • ^p opp'biu^ DFOof ^"fj » 

wool ^hifi t y^& -')" t ^ ■ 

fK • [ypuiifu/oi^a Jiyi puMitutJiuMpM uiiun.u juMbt^bus^^ ("'/'- 
mutpnj f y I J S y iniun.fiq ) nt Ifpl^ltl/b ajpuinutAuiJitli i^hp9^i . 

ipnp op^utli far AV'^f' , fat f tr • bed -.tj-^ft , mob ^mS[\ , 

fog Smm.tf\»m^^, sun mp^^^liU s 



1 The orthography of the english language is attended with 
much uncertainty and perplexity. But a considerable part of 
this inconvenience may be remedied , by attending to the ge- 
neral laws of formation ', and , for this end , the learner is 
presented with a view of such general maxims in spelling 
primitive and derivate words , as have been almost univer- 
sally received. 



— 20 — 

^iupinnt.qpt JJiutpt ^uiiu^u abb p'^-ff •^•**»V«*L» lo add j-»-V. 

L—L. to ebb Sm\^'^m\.m^, butt t^^-^ , egg j-»- , odd J-zi"-*.,. , to 
err J*-LTVt.» inn e'^'^mU , bunn f-JVi.. to purr J*-«Hl. buzz 

It. lUMbt^hiu^^U *fi Jfi LhP" putijiuJtufjIi £fUjltq.knJi %uifunli^uMu 
Jpnil_ L.lrP Aujjbiui-nputi- , Ifplptlrh ijjptuqtuAusji^i lUMh-ufttaiili , 
hfd-lf il^nPyttp Jiuuliftl^lt uliuuibji Jiiujltuji-nn ututn-lit. , fnn 

opljiiiiu^ cot ^J-^-L, cottage >i»->im^m^ , wit A-.ta**f , witiv 4-.'i.i'«*._ 
fVxt thin {yj-r . tbinnish mm\m^ 4 ■y^i^ , to begin -l— •"'•Vl, 
beginning ••J^if''' , to permit :3-rAVL. permitted ^-r4V-t.: 

fKustLp irnijiiui£utrjJjia U. puiqJuMiJutlb^o iik y/'Y oniunut 

JiuBpib ilruijih nuh'UMbau , inpfruuiP ^^uA ^Afl^T 'A 'l^PPh^ 

tlu/iilfii , /j^w^ op^uiti hermit m^ft^m^>»*.m^ , hermitage 2rij.1..«._ 
{.-1. , to merit -•r^"«'>"«'-"fVL. meriting -.r^««.1.«.w-fVL-L» merited 

qutJiutjb 1-Jfp t i^nfufi ^jt le *p jn^tu^uiltu , 'ft piunn.iuuiuMl£tulMu 
h. *ft t^hnuMi^puMliutbu , ^ypl^pitpi^ It. J^ppfpq. q.^i/u hquj^^ 
uiMi^Ju^UjI^it/itpli L. itttliqhuui^ i^krpputj^* • 1['t^ onjututlf fly 

^-^.Ti , flies 2^ml:^f , happy Vr2.«*'''H » bappier ^clm'u\mi^mj'u , to 
carry FVfVL. he carries 1— ftrt . lo ^PP^y J*rH» lie applied 

\ypliutj q.hpputjjtb ttftu^k t^lf*» ^y i it '^ kc^t''' ^ JJtJltUM'b^ 

H^hm yiiku^yu . tinp opl^iuli carrying pVfVL-'L. %ing P-'^-j.V^ 

im\^y IlU s \^tuliu ttfjunpfi^ lu^iu L p.utjj^u tO die •t«^«^^VL» '<> 

hie f«*.p-.i., to lie -ftrL. to tie |«*«-tVi.^ to vie J-fVui *b'*'^pk"U 
ti.hppuju% ibHI* dj'ing, bying, lying, tying ^ vying. 

QnpJ-ittiT ilbp2uiuiutn.li. J Irpliputpputa. if.npb-Jt^tf ZI^?- "ilL 
^utfbiut-npft^jutb^itt'bqtfU n^ i^nt^n[ujt * qnp opjibtuli boy 0»«f1<-*-5, 

boyhood Sml>\n^^\Ju -, — Wtu^ut/ii putj^tf. to lay r^\i., to pay 
AMtiftHMj^MtbtrL ^ to say •^"Vl» jttfbahut^^ q.bppuMjit iliit^ laid, 
paid U. said. ^dhtUtuttiku L ptun.u day e^ ipifi daily o( £•«•»• «ft- 

\j . fVfM/L^ jtttlit^.biui^ 'ft y 'liiu[upliP-ittjj nL^biniJ_ ijutuin. 
ptumuiutjb , jttttftttbnu inpJ-utiP Jiuttlijili ilI'P2l"ttl' t/""" £f *"- 

bappiucss VrL'^'^'i— P-f*-^ . duty -t^frf . ^•♦.ff-^P-J.-l' , dutiful 



— 21 — 

j-ffVL?-. pitv f p.»wp.y.Ji, , pitiless -1.^ «*?■ , busv •LFw«i>-t.« busi- 
ness iJ^m-imi-A t 

it-^u I ) tmu^h'b qt-n^nup'it Lu unun.uli , jnpJ-uiiT 'fi £^'bt-£^ 
u$b-uMliq jutt-lrisV^ 't %nuiu ilbrt^ttc >tu*ul*l^ll^u leSS y TieSS , 

Ivyful. ^p oppiuM^ Stiff ^}"»f , Stiffness ^— f— P-J.^!. , success 
jmim^m>.Jll,Ju , successful ^-«£."<i.V-'Lt useless "•i«ef"'-r » uselessly 

ifftufku skill 4t.«.f+ , skilful ifu-^lSm^ s 

JT. . yL^cl^tbp iTuMulbli^^u less , ness , ly , ful , ment , 

imPI^ luinlruqfUi n auMtt-U nrt iu/liiLtr uif nqlru iiulidiutpt e ^ufU _ 
n.hrn3i *litujunlif^tua p.uMnui3it$ijUpt. , u^uM^ku tjmli^uMpfU e • 7''/' 

oplfuutli . pale •f^f -;">• , paleness j^.^ft-i-P-J.-T. , care A-^ , care- 
less mXi,n^ , late 3hi»yi' , \sLle\y > •LVflV , peace I— .^M^^—P-^-t , 
peaceful ]««««j««v"Vr » '*^ judge T*^f*^i.» judgement f—fmm^tml s 

|j/74r ^iutfui^Piuq lauMit. lubiutpi e [* Jttupiutt-nn h^h* •J"*" 
huilinub tuMuiuMU.^ iniun-u . ijnp opjiliut^ trUC ^^m^J^tf , tFulv ^^i^. 
Smp^f.^ , due -f^-t , dulj' m^^rni-m^i^H , /A : 

P . ''i\^P2S"ttP >f>^"f'l*k^ u^uhiu^ AuMpiuMi-np tniun-fit. , 

ijnp opl^iul^ ingy ish^ able y ible ^ l^t , k^p-l; jtuphu^fiit 'p piun.u 

juAi^iruMiu lUshJiaipi e y ju*ufuit.p "tju utiun. • ^H onjtjbtu^ tO 

blame «i-f»».-tL, blaming -j««.p».«.-Vt.'"L' blue i««»-t-jt< , bluish 
«i«|M«.t^ ^.t^ ^iM«|«j<f* , to note t^iw1.«.JVL. notable 'J'5-«i—«»--i' •• 

^c^^ Rjfi*b 2if 4"*^' iniua-puu C It. g uMliiutpiU e upu^ft umo- 'It 

changeable f -f-V'^tJ' . serviceable {-rVi^ • ^ • 

HtpJtumtuliiubuMqb • i^p oppttus^ here •»•••»« , hereafter ^•*^««'«L 
4V«»»t . horseman jJ-«-{-«r^ , coffeehouse |«-.T.— ^ I— ♦'i•i^^ (ra/*r 

yu/i(^u^% iffiut^uliliD lUMbt^-huMi^ 'ft ^pllf*^ I y'b p'"Ptt^ F*"- 
€int.$r unttLuiJ* Ifnpnt-uutltbu qjpt . f /^ oppbiu^ tO tell '*(***<f*cL t 

foretel ^l.^— .j-^tVi. , full t.^ . to fill t}-*-L. to fulfil jt— ^t 

(}« • l^u jEl piuanL.W pMun^ "P"3 ini-nnutq.pnt.ptru/l/lt iJpiu^ 
putb^ ipbi^ ' 'b^"^* "Py ^y^ l^L. *P"P'l'^*'hB. ^tnutbbi L. lutp^ 

q-trut^u i^p^b''* bipu'Utuliu i-plr[nf hoHor L hououF, inquire L 



— 22 — 
enquire, negociate L negotiate, control L controul L comp- 
troll , expense L expence , allege L alledge , surprise L. sur- 
prize , coinpleal 4 complete, niusick L music, connexion L 
connection , abridgement L abridgment , blamable U bla- 
meable , lA -. 

P-huA Wiuni^uMlinLp-h u/li s 

\j» m Qk-ut JJtiMibi^uiiP ^luJiuiLoinhfjif utuuit^lt qbiubi^u utiun^ 
a.UMhm.pyuMli Im. ni.nnuMn.nnt-P-lruBlt uMlia.iputiitMni ih-ani-n , nn lun. 
■ UMii ok ntul^uttiu pltn.uMpAUi^uia.nfb L.u auiqtun.nL uii ^ , utn-u/liq 
uji-lrt^ [ifi^ q.pt.pni-(3pt.u Jtuutnt-qii/lth^nj ptiPlrpqu/blr^k-uta , L. 
Jiuuutt.uMlin. ^uMilp.uil£iuq , atuju utpfrun/i ^luJutphJo Jf*-^ luo't/f 
lb J"*2j"t!^L '/* ^'"t'l*^^ "O" h jnuij^nuMputuiuuMUnt-lii^tlh L. luA^ 
i^Puip ^pnt-PpL^ , uMb^piuft-h^n ^uipL.up 4° iluiul* uin.uM9^inpt 
ihupJ-uiu^tfui nulih^ 'p 'itnpi Jiul£ iuiaa.1^ , U. 'fi Tii/iuuJ^ W^L. 
oyliiHL^tlh uiujn-Jtq 'bnquM h. putpputn-iy , qnp fjputulrU ni-i^qiu_ 
JttMj%t-£^ puMqJuMjn^tif_ Jhpu %^uthuin.finp • [ful^ i^tuu'h hplfpnpif.ffb 
usbnltq.^unn U. nt-^usq-ftp nUpk pan§^i-Ph uiU Jiituthupq uf^utp 
irtt • ntiutphrintH_ iiinu{uia.^pub '^ *^1p' ***1't-h t ^ "^ iluuiui^h-f^'p 
uiuiuju^pliutjjilt J'^Dl^S Ji^P" lb ^ ^nit- ij-inuthftli ill'puiut^a uiu£Ut, 
tf-pnt-P/i-u/ii . ftuli It. hp^nqntUb JJi u/li t^utillupt otLuttruqlrb ^mi^m^ 
i^^ff uMhni^uthhuMij* m^^mmm^m^^);mU liuiiT tfU^tA^ inpu ^uiJbi^l^u^ 
pLputputbipi-p putiLpq uyuibuii^buit 'l'"! ^binLuL unqplt p AtmnJ* 
pnL.UMtf.pnq L. /^uitl* uui^uM^hanL. iMJipm-pt/lt^q tjnpu tiiumutph^iu^ 
n-itfl* ^utb auij^ub 7Ctt/btu*b {['-IBpt'^* ptun-utpuub , npnj Jtulituif.fi till 

k A CfiHcatpfonouncing dictionary y by John IWatkcff 

fuiin unptu nt.nniuAtupini.pyutlth uibifplnn lopfibhuii t; L. Jhpu 



tiU.^n%-P •PbPU.iiU.'l.U.iiU.'u-B 

•HJ.D ft- 

euT^UT-u n^ncb^ll.3o•^^o «»«^ 
bh •^^m.na^m.c.u'i.usi) or, to, fou,. 

Qoqit ^ Jutuh^^ nn q^h 'f* ulijiaj^i tubnt-utlta tun. 'p ^Pl_^ 

Wn- ui^nj-i^taqjiu dp JJiuMpt nnn^iu^^ioi^ t; the np L iliupff 
lUtuaUtiipi uti n.u U. iumubIhujIs Ppt-u utlini-uAa t 

\*u^ ^<»l^'lj*'^J^1^ tru uiupiq-pna^ np i^utppb 'p unLauAtiqiyi 
li. *uj/ ^ninilu uibnt-utba% L. tun. tuht^i^iuupu Irli hplrpKlt utiun^ 
^[ill of ^ to i , JTOm . npn^ Jlitu^lrtU£_ (^l- joff-fiu the tf.npb-t^t 
ijp.iun.u utm lutulittib , inpiu^u/lt U. piuqium-iul^it/b ^ninili \***^ *yi 
^"ip4i^ 1-np^lfl* '^ ihfuU u*J[n^ "btufut^puta • tttiu ^tltp!^ t^npttfivM^ 
lliulili *ltutfui^pfti.u With 9 *bhrpi^njuiliutltb 'itiufun-ppi-pu IJl L Iflto y 
^ntutijiut^'ii O . unpiu Ilu uMliipntpnpip t/ti putn (d-ni.na U. puin uh^ 
A.no uibnctt/ba • "/!£ ^ puui uin.tu^inq %tu^n.piun njbfib p^it^ 
jotf-fiti the y It l{UMir tun.iuhJijil$b tuiuuilta Jon.li : Wuut 'A ^tupti-hu 
qhpfiu LhP" ^n^n^uli ^UMpi^htfp , tuJi-lr£t-ttt£_ L ant-niiutlfu/ltli L 
i^UMjatut^uMb : Qppi/tu^ • 

b-SL* fl * ihe book, Q^* • the books, 



(/-.^V-t. 




( im^^JUf . 


U . of the book, book 's, 


U • of 


the books, 


S • to the book , 


S- to 


the books. 


4 * the book , 


<- 


the books. 


f\ . from the book . 


i^* from 


1 the books . 



1 UL«- ^l*^" t^nfuuibuM^ 'itiuluq.pliu tO 4i**P^C 'luiptut^utltli 



— 24 — 

\XfJl_f-p*''^ll' h ^Jp ujilb%tujb uAnt-uAp i/iuni^ntf , oiunujputQ » 
luwMiun^iua , Miftruint-P-truAq , i^iiak'uiq u. a.uiL.tun.iuq , L. uMn. 
^luuiunuM^ iuuhitiuib iiuinnt.l£ ulhni-UMUo umiluiIiq Joit.h ^ntnijph 
Jliutpi 'ft JLts-iub ifinni^tub^utUuMqu of ^ tO , frOTfl » Qn^tiiu^ . 

bf n • John , bt n • England , 

U* of John, John's, U • of England, 

S • to John, S» to England, 

^. John, 4* England, 

fV. from John. f\. from England. 

the luit-iju^h iwutnt-l^ utbnt.uMttq , 

Uf-'^-rT^ 4>?'t!'-""'j ^ Ii-1•^!'^ *^r-'♦"^'^VLV-J • The Ja- 
piter of Phidias and the Venas of Praxiteles . 

P I'CP lubni^tU uMj^utp.$itbtuliuMli JJiinu fiih- tylr ual^ . I^P ^pb- 

'UumIi \m V llL^*»'*'*'rr ^-'J*Ji.«.^#.5- . He is the Alexander 
of the time . 

^ ypp- 'J* inpUuMtiuMh Jpinu uttuUnt-qni- • 1"^ ojifUiUM^ ^«4^ 

X^^mimm^^mjy . The family of the Stuarts . liuttF uitupijut^ 
ui^u x^^m^m^^i. The Stuarts. 

^T^ft^ltu, qnpopfi^iuli p.-.4^^^e Thames. l^^£.V^ir*•t •"''•''• 
the Mediterranean. U.wV-*'''* the Alps. 

Y**k ouhuImumIi olrpld-nniuliutlM flrpl^o ^ftliif-nu , <l\ujn.%tuu , 
%ntA Ijoi^ L. fbplt%o tu%Piuuip>, qnp opjtbuili j_V««**''>» t7«»»1"<« Mount 

AEtna, j]-mmX \}-t^>f>'>'\ Mount Blanc, t,V-^ ilJr«-*-L, Mount 
Vesuvius , L ly^ t 



unto . /rtiif quMpn.Jtu jtrmliliu '^ unt-pp ^[>P" ^^(^ 'bf*pb » ^ J^pP 
Lu *fi ot-pP-nutub-u L. '!§ ^n-huinpiu^uA ptuhu . ftuli lun. ^tuuiM^ 



— 2o — 

qnp opft%tuli . Xynqpc the Mogul , ^m^'Unt the Havanna , 
^t.j.J-.„.^WJ. the Indies , Ur^VLV-'* ^ U.r'^^'VV-^ •s^'tJ-- 
m^m*u the East and the West Indies, 4>^L^"tV-^ \'vxi* the 
Philippine islands, |p-y.-+V»"''* \>v\!t* ^^^ Molucca is- 
lands , l>r?'li"*'''+ t^^ Antilles , Iir'-VL+ the Levant, 
*^mlm^ylm the Palatinate , L u^jp mfui^^ : 

fy^njuMt^uIli u/lini-UMbp yn.li-mi» tun-tilliAHlili i^uiiT h Jhtu 
ufib pl*i^ **iJir3 tP"*h'"^ uth-usl^u/ltuMq , innJ-uiiT ifUtq.^iubni.n 
P*f Jftinu tun^ni-qniA , l^utj* Jfiu/bif.uiiJiujb Bm-nu/liftqlr^ quttr^ 
Utu^u finiuq I^UMiP ttulriu juMjbJ'uiir ^n^tilu/lip^ liut^i^p^L^ 

^•.f^iwX-*.:^ *jV«»«"-P-V"'^5 » Discord is the ruin of states. Ti^-*^ 

True merit is always accompanied with civility and modesty . 

fjbq.ph'b qjoif.. ^^i opfittut^ 2f-*f.».-.f+ 'i'-'i.f^ , The industrious 
are praised . 

\^n§nutpnj tli i^uAnupu tuituf^uit{p %^u/btulj[^*p ^ntAoQ , nnp 

\S):mJ^. u \m^S[^ ;"*rfv* A««J'-rJ.'u ifm\ <t.f Vi.fJ' ^ ^i-^-L» Black 
and red are more esteemed than yellow and green . 

V>/?4' a.njtul£uih It. hfa-l; iuo'ui^u/li ufbni-utibp ii^u/tiut^n<j^ 
ujqa.n tfhnj , utntu1iit.nf pphft ^tuif ifptuB.uAnt.ptrujU tpli ti.C^»u _ 

V{>fM4/i.i.if.f V"** -•*..#»-1:l +'^'*' ^^f-'^i". The Italians have a grea- 
ter taste for music than the French . 'h»i.t-£.-»» «»t-A.{.-..— f+ 
-•4''''Vj-'-1' T"*- •"**^'' » The Quakers thou every body - 

"y^nt-iuiip utbiuubnn Irautl^u/ltiupiuin i^utnt-tu^ 'ft ^nt-qiuukrf^ 
aan^UMliq-UMl^ uthuiuli 'itnatu' iotf.JiL. ihuntrt^ Irb • ipp oppuiu^ 

j^m-^-^yu t flM^M-Mf JUmnlm^ , The lion is the king of animals. 

^\*l*p J°1- f*- uMit-tuf^ "iP'3 u^*ni-u/ba^ "PB '^'"V ^" 'A f"i"^~. 

^^mjuy ^imj^ y..j, y^p^j,m\'u\; , The moon receives its light from 
the sun. — • ^utpinnt.qp% *Jt lituiinbku \i^i- heavcu , t^*"!^* ^^^' • 



— 26 — 
♦V*•^'*• U"'ff'*J » Anlhonj the uncle of Sophia. Wji_u/bni.utiip 

uiiuytnutduMha h. u{iuutni.nj lititltfuhui^ ^""' t^juMutnv.1^ uhtni-uthi^ 

Z^mJ^'^H^ , General Wilkins has faughl a duel with colonel 
Hastings. 

QnnJ-UMiT J"lfl_ tulMHi-iulip lfq.hr tuf^ '/i Jftutul^ q^lp* J**t 
llUiiT qlilp* ^infuq-fin futtqpjiqh'b , jufliq.f^uM^iult^% utnui^nfli 

Lyp- i^ft L jiyiuii ql^'iLt • qfr opfiitiu^ gwtn-i^tft , .^^.X.^y.^y.'i.V 
U £u,^ Jl,J.+i. , The master, mistress and servants. |wc«J. JJ-if* 
qJOi'^iJt'i ^ t4"L'"'••»•^"^ . He is alwa^^s speaking of England 
and Holland. 

qjoq. lltuiF qhuifiiqjip '^ '\b'P"U l>^P'HB'*^'^ib*-p uthnuuslij utn.u»h_ 

^ItVii . qnp op/Auj^ U.-- '5 ^'y -L 4«*A v^^ f -JL ^ ^«r''• ^ iJ— «'^. 
He told me not onl) the year, but the day and the hour. 

Qu^u liutlinb fiJuilitu^ lupJ-uA ^ ituJyUutpi^^ japnt-tF 
tluipP- 4 qlrqipi-ifit q.nphlrf_ lutiq-i^iuljiut^i^'fi » uujufA^u 4* ««■/»_ 
q-npftnt-Piruit/p L.U q^itrf^qjiuu^iuuli-ut^i'^inpfruMir q.pi.pni-(&puts 
luTuionL-tut^nib liiuiT qopni-P^^i^ ptuh^ q^'lp* uiut^tub^hu^k • 

(\Luni-lfii ^trqiiL-iuq 4" Jlf^ ^utpLnp * 

Study languages is very useful. 

\MH^iuliutlint.[^Jtt^tlt li uin-uM^npq. U. ni.iin^^tfiupq.^iujftb lihr^tui^* 

Prudence is guide and mistress human life 

fV(/<«n.^/ I Ahn^inni- ^ I 1 iiuliqq.nt^q • 

Fortune | favours j ^jg holds . 

{PpPliiJbti 4" ^f^uibiul^ tlutumiui^nq , q.tuiub b. luipuiJbp ^hqnt~_ 

Ant is emblem industry, lamb and dove meek- 

P-hu/tt U. fuitlttup^nuP-hu/b . 

ness humility . 

I \t q.*nuibtr^h qpiun.u ^utiuuq^u 'Ji Jk9 ^P^i^-S q-^C3" I i 
qlinjii P-iupq-itiulim-PftL^t iipu'^hfli k utltiftnifinfu jutliq-iliutliuili^tli: 



— 27 — 

Necessity is mother invention . Health is daughter 

Jiupq^j L J-nt-J-liiuinuP-lsUiit » 
exercise temperance . 

^UMutilht-Ptiult 4" uftutnlihn J'utJujlhui^uMa h. Juipif.^uA . 

History is picture times men . 

\^ufnnqnt.P[itJb ^ouftn I; Jjt uhui^ui^iitb liuiiniuph^L^^ub 

Power speech is a pecuh'ar faculty 

Jiuiiq.y, 

man . 

Cares unhappiness are | often | atten- 

autlffiap ilhirnt-P-huA • 

dants greatness . 

I f\%t^i I hoP% *litu[ulttu^u/b a.njbp . ^lunjjin , 'butnh^uMt^iihi , 

j There are I seven original colours; red, orange, 

yellow, green, blue, indigo and violet. 

Sun is source heat light. 

"Wgtrouiulii^p uipntru*Q f^^iunupa . 

Alexander conquered "^jg Persians. 

\\u*nn£nu trnljnuiuMUuiUlrnnni^ l^n \^,^^trpuuAr^n i^pt-upunj • 

Charles the Twelfth was Alexander North. 

\jPit*''L^ ina.^(n/f£./?'^c.% t^ uMnp.hpa u'hntnpiauiui^uint.p-&u/lt • 

Fear ignorance are sources superstition. 

\^iuMiftuqiA i^Jiq.fiuiuiuj L. \^uutnj^ilfi» ^pumujitnirfkuij 4^'^ 

Jupiter Phidias Venus Praxiteles were 

'^piu^ut^t-putp uiltq.pjitui^nph^nt-f3-lruili . 

master - pieces statuary . 

Wit , grace beauty captivate us . 



Graces . fiulf '^ ^tuumpiu^ JJimu fpifi hqutlfft grace , P^h ^nt.^ 

q4" ^tufupbP'iua (3nt.iui^u/b utUni^i JIB • fjl' lUtptfruMMT U $itu 



— 28 — 

Father, mother, brothers, sisters, uncles, aunts 

several other relations were present. 
Raphael, Titian, Tasso Ariosto lived in t»- 

me Medicis . 

^pt-p q.trm Y*"'^£blf ^""h 't lS't2J^p^[tutk"*'*'* ***"- (\uiniratt. . 

Tiber a river Italy falls into Mediterranean at Ostia . 

City ubn. Amsterdam reckoned capital Holland 

is very fine very rich . 

\kltb \^nt.uujjD IrU t^uuthpp \^pu*i/utan.ujj L. uBuutnuiuh'nu^t.njIi 

Nine Muses are daughters Jupiter goddess 

Mnemosyna . 

ih-pjtbp jnpu 'bnoui ^iu^h% t-% ^uMiuUiuu , ^h^^nb L. <f\^'hq.nu . 

Mountains which they inhabit are Parnassus , Helicon , Pindus . 

AEsculapius son Apollo was worshipped at Epidaurus 
I 'p AL I oJt^, 

I under j form j a serpent . 

l^tppt^pnu int.% I yn-iuij^i-fu j u{Ui^kp tft^iii-tuL q.J-nfun^ 

Cerberus a dog | with three heads j guarded gate 4 hell 

t utuiiupuilifiqli ^£ni-utnbji * 

palace Pluto . 

Baron Goertes was arrested immediately after death 

l\uipn£nu^ , U q.utinhjutt. 'p b-lrpiu^ni.mk'^ \}Png"l^l' | 'P 

Charles condemned by senate Stockholm | to 

a.£^tJUU£Utpinnt.flpi^* | 



1 Gate fm^m-l Jt^ , npu{l;u luJpn^uM^' fm^ *^£iP *""^^ doOV . 



— 29 — 

Innocence manners, sincerity, obedience 

lFpq^t.n iiufuutjtq ^lul^lrb iiujuiT lrn2uMb^uMt.lfUi tLutt.tun.fin • 

abhorrence vice inhabit this bappy region. 

\^l^^tu£nC[9-Jtt^ jut9nitnt.tuhry tjoptuqiija ^piuunt^u tuit.utpfi_ 

Hope success strengthened cause vir- 

"biwi-P-lrittb , L. uttitunuMunja itjutltiy.tLltnt-fj3-ptJ* tuiM£UtntuiJp.ni._ 

tue, weakened audaciousness ribel- 

P^Lu/b . 

lion . 

y^tu2_ tl^tulint-fd-fit^ I Ah-nAinrrt^ 4" | jy^ ttiutiitup.lrpnt.p'hiu'b 

Good cultivation | contributes | most fertility 

soil . 

^. 3^*" tJJftMMbt^tutT ptiiauMiutitnyinf oLu/ltitbu np p q.utuntJi , 
L '^piW^uAtf.h-jnf i^^ujlihptnu'b *fi \\tupJ-u , J^* tituultb t^tn^hu 
^pkb^ lipPm-Pf^*^" ^t-pui^tuii^t-p t^tuunt-j • 

U.* \\pl3-nt-PptA Wn.n^tulbnt.pt-ut'it L. {[t.rfj^iui^pnt-[3-k-tttU 

hplint. 4tf» ♦ ( 1 , 2 ) U • Young John Lounger . ij^. to move 

bim . b-tub-([t-tnil^tlutiA tun.n^tMMbnt.ld'truult ij^uijtui^Jtp nt.qiijpu3itMMj_ 
'iint.phtllMh , L iltuttb nt-nnuMt^pitt-P-lr u!b quAt^^iu^f^ : 

p,. \\p(3-nt.[3-Jit.'h\^c.b-tluA L ^tupn-JuMbitt-fd-h-tMiU Jp 4««^ (l) 

U . We are told . ij^. the persian empire . ^««/«' 4*'* ♦ ttftuptn 4 

uitui'hnaut '^ J\itn lun^nt-i, L. ^lupqtM/Uh^^ aUitp^ J^^^h. tuli_ 
qtrtui 'A putqutn.pnt.pptJb IpiMtitilitua fV . i^iuunt^ . utu^t-up^u 
tilupPJ^i- It. qiun-ajP^ti qhp^iti-u ^tuutnt-utit ub tunjUntug p ilpin s 



— 30 — 

BU'uii'fu uL^nrnc. schbau 

a ^U.ir an , Botne bb any , 



a liuiiT an ^ np J^ l^A , mO, . uiji ^ uiiupm f^i- Jp ^utJtupt-i_ 

auiu ptti- P nt-iul^a/lt tulini-UMliu OTIB nn h *h * ITC 'Y'^' '• H"- 

1^^ JJ. uvfi- xff^ 1<- I'M* S^t^m^ , tuulri^ k • I had but one son, 
and he is dead . L n^ but a son . ^u/bijy npnunj 4 putu% -. 

\,npiuiliu fk U£iunin Z.f^"f^^L d}"t "^'"P"^__ q-l^pu^at.tu%^u SOTTie 
h. any nn 4 ^«^ 1 V^L* HTC^S 't "'""P^ UMuuiu^m-^: 

3o^^ a UMltiftntf$nfu 4 Jl'ZUt , npuil^u L joq-if. the . pufJJ 

Jpujjb innJ-uiiT puMolU hq.li-uM/ pj't *l**^^ uliumlil^ JiuijUuMt-np 

mtun-Jti- liUMiT uibJiiupt fl hi. 1 , luu JiuMpiutt.nn fl pi- trP^ crZS'^ 

ihplipnprp t^tubtlb uuhl^utibjtq^ , lUtptJ-utiT utn. p q^tupiuiuMj^ 

^nt-P^ftul/b fuiuifiutlihfffj jutuhfinL. uiutn.u n It. l^J^ cf°tt ^^ * 

t^np opfibiuli a man , a field , a house , a histor)' , an eagle , an 
apple, an hour, an historian. 

^utjq uiul^ufpi uiiun.1^ n ^f'ltt **"*-***2P u*itnt-utli^ "PP u^uum_, 
^fA VV ^«- L trplitup U 2 ftL. L liplfltuM^ uiuin-ltt^u ja , JC , JO , 

you • /jr*Y» op/Atu^ a wife , a watch , a wolf, a useful book , a 
union , a jard, a jouth , a year , fA •. 

Qoq^u a L an ^niniJJ^'lt *Jt <2£-/<.% ^n^niluAfi^JtuubliuA^u 

ojy to , from . qnp opfiiiuM^ 



1 ^uin^ np uib^utjb fl fiL. ul^uu/ufilb Irb ungiu ^utlii^lrpA fiL.^ 

pku/b^ uMitu/iijIft.^ , heir, herb, honest, honour, hospital, 
hour, humble, humour. 

2 U Irplfiup If '^* ulfpaptt piun-pq , inpJ-iuiT a^yhui t^tuful; 
puiipuiutjU li. uittiuM Jtu*jbiui-np inian. . ^np opjtttutlf UHIOH , 
uniform , lA : fKtJUfq n^L. '^ J-fumiulfuMlt piiin.it np un fiL. ut^uili^ 

^{A . npuiku unequal , unable , L'lt -. 



wn 



a friend , 



51 — 

8^. 



U • of a friend , 

S • to a friend , 

^ . a friend 9 

B. . from a friend . 

\jl' n * an hour, 

U • of an hour , 

S • to an hour, 

^ • an hour, 

fV • from an hour . 



n* 




friends. 


u- 


of 


friends, 


s. 


to 


friends. 


-;• 




friends. 


f^. 


from 


friends . 


n- 




hours, 


u- 


of 


hours, 


s- 


to 


hours. 


<• 




hours, 


p.- 


from 


hours . 



imhn It. qtntruut^ bP"*3 IfffuAiu^kl* , ^luiT ttnnu^Jtunt.(3JitJli , nut^ 
nni-lsuui , t/iuqq. L. q^utututau u/bJthVtf ^nL.qut%h% * ^fV onp^iU^ 

l^«#.,.-.JVf<f— P•^-^'»• u^ni.MMtbhuti_ U.JP \mm\m^m^ . The SUSpicioUS 

husband , a comedj . -^-jr 1»-f-« '»•?-»— 'JJ-j V y^^^^x'^t'^^ * 
His father is a member of parliament . ^V**-?-'** K f f •'•^-•t- fc • 
My uncle is a bookseller . *>.•»-. Jn^i^^^^ V- • You are an 
Englishman . 'o"' i•*♦L.•l^^-•i'«•''• t • He is a ealviniste . 

L p-ni.n^ . ijnp opftitinli (jf ^"^ f tt" •""" 4 \.\"t*t * Two peuce a 
pound. ii.#.v^»..tt .JJ:5 ^J■L^^ • Six shillings an ell. j^fj-.^-.. 



tK^ 



^mX^'u ^m^m \yi\; , Four guineas a dozen . S*""^ "i"- 
Ten crowns a hundred . 

f\Ali a ^uMiT an L iiljfuft piun.l,q. what t^'^t.' "r'1!'"^ "*«■ A 

^nt.juttiti-i_ q^^pilu/iiu • JJitupi ^ fLUiiuli np qj^^i what f^ ^T**^ 

k"*b ts^* qnf$ opl,%uili nriH!* ""^rT V» t— • What a man 
you are! nr-tf-J^ — -f-^ J-.v— J . What a devil of a child! 
Kg-tj, fVTVjM -•li— fA . What a fine country! 

^i[i Lu a ItuiiT an qlj^Ji putn.^^u such , half, so , as ^ 
too -j-t^4 , it-, -A-tt- , T.-^t-.f , K^. ^/^4 t^i^«« it^itm^ 

^i.:.. 1 never told him such a thing. S— f ^V^ f-l- JV- i^H• 
Lead me half a guinea. Ql P^*- V^-: «'*-fT -♦jt-tV- K***"^"^'* • 



— 52 — 

There never was so learned a man . 'b"j'''L*f f V1.V5M ^-ct V 
"*"- , "fL^'f ^ V'uF^'Jr !"-r • He is as handsome a man as his 
brother . aV-'»-'f Jr i*^^ ^b" h ■L-"''* *" • It is too great an en- 
treprise for vou . 

n^qq. SO 5 as J too tf.nj u/bnt^j t^'t. ^lutliu/U ^u/lii^hp^ tub-uM_ 
lluiUuML. , iu^umI^u/I^ tuMiuui^h ^"*t' oo-njiutiutltb , II loq.it. O, 

l^iuiT an. q^f} p}"i- '^9'"^^"h"^'U^' ^ t^njiulgutii^M j 

^oq-q. a ^ft U. ujiLut^b pu*n.[ija few It- great many , 

Q.tJ.J' ^p'^m'u^ yui mii^i},mijl,H . I have a few english books . 
[\Jul, 1>M p.«^— J" ^m^y^-S^ . He has a great many friends i . 

Wn- uAq-j^iuajtu a l^uitT an ioq.fiL. p.iuuuMq.nfiti It. ftdutuutpiu 

br?^3- '^ •^-r'-2.- Twice a year . U.j-L'-f J-^l -"*• VeP-^V«-i • So 
much a week . qb j"ii"'Ht"t'' 1^'li^*"L 4*"*'"Y»^ %uifuutq.pnt.^ 
(3^lt(Au for {-•♦.I* •- 

QnnJ-iuil' ioq.is a t,-q.L-iuj^ 1^ 'ft 'IJ^f"!! ***>*-"*^*iU p.utit.pli , 

Ujf 4" » i^^ 4 ^ J'-.v-^J J}. . A man, woman and child. 

\fP-ii putit-p qutuiuil^u/li li%^J^uiu m.^pq^'ii , uijufth^ t; ani.__ 
aUMbhah*l» JuMuli Jil*^ P"ir['l^' IliuiF ^u/bjt Jp , jii^J-iuiT jmlt^ 
q.ijiui^uthft'b tpnfuutlsuMli a joqpu ^''^ p.iun.u SOJUe ^^J,, "/» 'l^pp 
jgutOibtupi PfiLU . qnp o[tl/liiuIi * P^Vf ^^^ i^Smlm Ji'^t,, f-^t JV 

m4t,\m>~ 4 ^l''^l> , Bring me some lemons, give me some wine. 

|j«_ puui joq-lfl' liutliiittp tr[3-l; p.uuqnt.J' putn^ q-nL-alrb djt qJpy 
l^ft , 'ft 'UFC*'fJ uMtt.ui'^injli LhP t^'b some, qnp opjtbiuli $>top 

J,tj mm\m^ S\> imy t- ^«f J, , Give me some bread and butter , L 
"L. ^^ some bread and some bulier. 

^uli 'A £fUinani-uih u , 'ft uiuiftuitini-utuliutliu U. iuti*uinnjq.a , 
It. iIufbiui-iM/liq. innJ-iuiT 'ft p.tttbtiti i^ni-^l; VP"!? if j l^'^jb k dut_ 

"htuuMbq. any f'>*t.» *'*^\ 4 1 .^"^^ some . qnp oppiutli , [\Ji»f- |t.j.v, 
J-r- y^Lt Have you any apples ? f ?-t f f.^^VJ' f Jf- J.'i.t -^- 
f^^m\t.'i>H ^"J-trjI-j •t.-';''- , If I meet wfitth any english books , 
I will buy them . 



1 [piupPb Lu iuuhi_ He has many a friend . 



— 55 



^,,11 P J- -P P 



art governing is | above | capacity 

^luuuintulf uhttun » 

Jfn/ ordinary genius . 

"Kj^JP 1^ fun^iuliut^i I uiutputjt i^inlfi^ qfiiup^ uiui^hi_ j t^np^ 

■flfi prudent man | aught to know how to keep j J^ se- 
cret. 



4r hniuq^ t^utnfiini-atrinf 



man. 



^njub 

Hope is >H> dream J^y waking 

lie is unworthy i^y honest man. 

^UMinnifni-PfiiSiA 4* Juipu ftitti, qnp | tutSliliuMpi no I ^uMUtnt-au/li^ 

Censure is Jt tax, that | every body | pays 

^utuiuniul£iua • 

public . 
"IXju ifnt!U^\;)m uip<H; Isnlint- ll^k l^utUi^ntA'tt . 

This lace costs two guineas i^ ell . 

(\tplbp% i^u/ZCiuiufi Diiu/b urn- tun. yh^' • 

Wine is sold twenty sous Jb liottle. 
He is Jl> physician and his brother is 

Are you i^ Irishman or Englishman? 

'\*tnn^i IpuutuM^ 4 P'lpi piuphliuMj}fL.[3lmiuli • 

4" bitter jest is poison friendship . 

\jnp lu^uip^ hijL. ^mlfiuf^ j ^Jt Jttn.'h I •^n^nilu^nuji «*._ 

New world was discovered | by j Columbus J|- 

pnt-ffb -^trbntlutQi-nj » 

Genoese . 

\\iupf§^lru q.nu qiuAiuf ^%Jt atujuuffiuli f^HfP^^ ^uiUCyu . 

Can you deny me so small •* kindness ? 

3 



J^uilCu*n.utiiUMti , 

•^ tradesman . 



— 54 — 

^uifiib on If "UV J1I P'^Pb » I ^J* ptiuiL, utkuhtuf^ j 

Your father is <^ man too good , | I never saw | 

•ij fathir so loving and generous. 

>^uili^ I lup^uiJiup^ j 4 utpp^a. np ujjp • 

What I contemptible object | Ji, drunken man is ! 

Wjp fie f*- ip" ufutnumu uiusbtmi^uiilpLlrnnt-fd-lruiilp. utliutthh 

•t husband and Jl; wife ought to bear with patience O5 • domestic 

ilijnutj . 

troubles . 

^hpiLni.Pjtt^ unup lu^qit^iuq n^ tuncriMtUiut-np^p | qiuju^ 

slightness that fault | did not deserve | so 

ttf/iufi ilhbr gt^utuinc^tuu • 

great Jb •■ punishment . 

^"W*L JuMp^ltlf I %nt.fipl/lM t^t-nlruMli^ ^uAi^jtuui I lupuspn^ 

Jb great many persons | sacrifice their peace | forma- 

iinupfrujltq Jiuptt.tuijtupnt.(a-truns It. a.h-ntrqh^ u£tuut*u*2Cpu • 

lities compliment and good manners. 

^nnttiuJ* ^h'tiiuifi luuiuqiut. hP'l^ ^npyu/b uMilh%tujb *bnpui 

When Zeno was told that was lost ail his 

property . 

fittupi-np uiui*u , UMui^ %ui , puttjiLb I tituilp i utn.^ 

Well then, said he, fortune | has a mind ( <Jt«» nti<^ ) | to 

'I'l'i ob** pJiuuinutulip • 

make me •f; philosopher. 

^UMjpb piT tf^iutf jYp^u/binuM | ^npfi^u liuttT ^%^fi^u j jutJJtJt, 

My father goes Ireland j four or five times | J^ year . 

\jU» uiiuf fii.pni.ir npq.*.nf •4/'^'5f- iipputltl£u jiuunt-pb . 

He gives to his son five franks ■* day. 

I \^iuL.iuultIi I uut^uiu tip 1-l^b ^ tP'-P 'A 'IPP'tJ ulrituilinpi . 

I There is | wine water upon ^js table . 

I [^inpL^u q.nt. I i^uMphr^ni-p P'h luli^nput9ni.n , 

I Do you choose | beer or cider? 

^nt.p ftliJi ( uui^iUL. Jp f '4"'9 ^ Jpf * 

Give me bread meat. 

^Ifp ( aiu^tau Jp ) utijj, gM£i£uilFi£^ L JtubuMlikfu • 

Bring salt , pepper mustard . 



— 55 — 

Give me apples , pears, oranges, walnuts, 

etc. 

bread wine | are sufficient | for me. 
X^nLutphiift Itilui tihn-uMuu , /:<<V5 I ^"'' f^np^h utn.uit.irf_ j 

I have sent him cherries , but | he prefers | 

^luqtun^M/ • 

currants . 

(Kt-p ouAJj JJt iLutitiulfu U. t/iufutuMn.ufpujqu • 

Bring knives forks . 

Is there wine in cellar ? | Is there bread in house ? 

I Have you heard | news ? j Have you bought | english 

books? 

yflt j iuip tfuMilu/lttulip , jnn lutt-ui^^ lu^npq^ trlt tn^utptu^ 

There are | unhappy moments , when most virtuouses are most fee- 

tykg • 

bles . 

^lutn 4 «/ttf nAhi_ j qt^hilht-Pb*-^ utn.uiUg i^uni-^htuli , 

We may possess | ^^a dignity without pride, 

qj^utiignnt-f^ht^ luiuiuba aiui^ni-P-lru/li , L. q^inn^u tua.u»ba 

affability without meanness , elegance without 

m^uAuM^ • 

affectation . 

QclSrAp ^"hP tPbi^ ^ ajp-utliuip . I \titrtr b"""-^*"^"'^*' b*^ * 

Have you pens ink? | I hear noise 

I3,«- iPkj ^ ^bp b ^"^ 'iiiHB*"P ^ q^uj(3^ » 

Take tea put in it sugar milk . 

13»* ^pP-nt-PJiult Wn-ni^u^iai-PlTutb L. (\t.qnuM^pnt.(9-tujti 

(3 . 4) U» When the honest. iL^. when he was killed. 
The vizier of this . il^. being understood by him • 



— 56 — 

^luqJJiiM joifftt-u the f^itf. ^n[nilufiiji^juti^liutliju of ^ tO y frotll, 
'Wjj_ubn.utl£Uib ^n^tj^'lsnaiu nt^ft L. util hnvuliiuti , utiu I^IieIi 4" 
jtuutTfjntUfi il^l'^ p.iun.pli quiuMit-U S ^uiltr^lrpJi 'Uut^nLi^ui^ tu_ 
u^iuPtup^lit. • uiju ^n£nif^ np umiu tlhni^i^^i^m^^uMufi ptiut JtiuAfA 
L. ^••'•f»i«**3"-jy'^ puin li^utbuitini-P-hutlili , tun. uA^fj^uiq^u Htf»m^m_ 
^mU M^itoMt^MtV £u^ , fippnu n^ auuiiuqni.ilh liutW quhui^iulitubnt.^ 
fa-pLli fiplifi %^>u/bui^^ : 

}\pt "I* uinuiqnifli t; JipffV ^iu'li^l; ^utU ^imutqhtufli '^ ulr^ 
n.ujlj[uni i^p2_^^'^lf^41. fJ^'^^lU"L 't ^*"/p^' S ^u/bi^hn^ %iu[uiu_ 

i^utu uiuituP^tup^pt- • i^p opj^uilf HitM^Miftl* mi[i>mjj^ , The king'f 
palace. <l|'*rfV*L ^^•'•lJVi/"**?' » WilliamV garden . i|V'««'^+ -•"-'*» 
^Sm^,^»j , A wise manV life , liii t 

\^n. #f^ ufuuMfki Y^ tiiupU-np ^uAnhliu ^9uMpuitMnt.[3-huMb , 
U£iupin I^ utufu putn ^ujutuptui^ ^tMttinlUurq'liujpjtf.p^t- ^n^ijnil^uh^ 
n-UMl^uiiipIt ^fjLuflsuIi J°1-^U q^ihfnil^iutfu aumutqtrtufli fft-p J^tt'' » 
L. utiM£ut quuituqni^t '^ UtupMq.pfit. uh iuumIiuiIi • U. umuiiu P-nqnt-^p 
puM^ a the J(°H- uiniuqtrfnjli L. a of "hutfurf-ftp uuiuMqnqfiit , t^n_ 

iy.lrpJi iuu^UMJd'tupqJtL. : \^n.iu9^^iuj opjtttutlipn. utIiUlrplM. qnuaqbl* 
^utuutqlriuj^u i 

•«n3.PA c\^Pc*^^T3.t^ CPi:.D.Pl3.•^,n^P•^^•b 

The palace oj the l^ing. The king's palace, Uf- 

The garden o/* William , William's garden , *f."-. 

The life of a wise man , A wise man's life, ^X.i-f^ 

i U«A trpphUh luu A palace (»f the king's , A garden of 



— 57 — 

f•♦^^•^^ {.'««T«^'''5^i t » *H*"P'" ^ (d^iufttj-JlJiilru The happiness of 
the wicked is but transitory, U- n^^tuL. the wicked's hap- 
piness . 

QnnJ-iuiP piuanL-iT utriuiuIiuJh utbnt.utlia l^uiiT iiuuilituant^^ 
ti. p.tu1ilt niiPnjb ihutu tlmutu plifjiutiiiuj » ann op^iutl^ S""^ ^9t^m^ 

J.J, +V'*— "A K".> . My uncle's clerk's house l , lujuftb^* ^</»/^ 

uhn.i-nj ^ouiiupjtb innt^/U s 

/^H- tifi lib li/iiu ^in^uMuiJtt-u dnd ^ , 'l^l'P^lJ tuimi-uMuit l^yp- ij^h 
Francis , Peter and John's property . 

^tunJtlrufj^ tnpJ-iuiT u»Un*^iU uutuMqnqpIt niJiipqp a^irtn pt-p 
auilint-U uMnnt-huutplt ^luu auiuMfuMiuuiulih , uJt , iltr p9iuutiua.it. S 

i^'ft ^*iP* ^Jif^'b 'I^i'^y'Zf p""*-/'^ • 7"^ onfiiiujii \u-*^—!y\* §t.««<»»i» 

f\M*[.^^f {. ^pM«^2^iMM.{( , luutrjii 4 • jHr. 2 Parker the stationer's 
shop , It. n^ ypk Mr . Parcker'j the stationer 's shop . ^u/bq^ 

utuuiu/liop J^ if.nj"'lluA uthnt^t ^lujatpjt §l;f P>T'<^tf ^f***-^^^'* •*"''' : 

|» 'byii ufUMutHkiun.u utufi The king of England's court , lij*^ 

i,mJi^^ p.*<j.^^„P^T. U^f L^"J » The emperor of Germany's edict. 

W/tn. fii^ufl^ui uJi-u/bi^lrqtup fip.pU. Ifu/lintt nbi^^uAni-p 1^(3-^ 
^ifuMau^nt-P-fti^iu ttfju It. t^npif tuh-nt-PJiifli i^h p^uttniutu S ^ h 
^\uit.npu L. 'ft uuituqnqiuliutbu It.irfd^ 'liyPV ' F-"U3 ^ ^ tpuputtiL.^ 
iiri*.l3-hdip b^t^ l£uibniipu • L *\jtttpt q[i 'linjb mutn-ij. S iljf*Pp ft. '^ ^*"~^ 
qutlih^ umUi^ tfJlfPii^ fth^<huJilutbuMlfJt , /£uttr qiniupiu'bp(iuuint-(3^pt.'f* 
ffti^ uthnt-tij • npu^ljiu UMhuu/li^ ik pl^iiuftb lop^tbut^u iuMtun_ 

"bk* brF^^Jr \^ T*^ri •^r—st '^ 4£.-:^ f-r— ^ 4-j. Mj brother 



William's, bpV"'- P^^ ttuhi^. One of the palaces of the king, 

X^b b ^"^l^'uiit/bq tttnpujj^ , li^t : 

1 i\p^y*i^ ^lutp 4r b*"rZ^l_ *ttpj-utli I; 'fi piuqnuir uha.uMliuM^ 
uuM^ f t^ Jft U^t^ yuputJittMpt 'A pu/hitb tf-nph^hnh ; 

2 ^utn-if. Master t/^^iyi £,uiJuia.otnltL. t^pft Mr . 



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will come back in a jear 's time, ^1r-^ t-** '?• !V^-»>t-*j -^-^fp 
J^m{j^mlm^mpi,\. , We wci'e odIj a daj's marcb from the enemv . 

'l^njig i^uinh n.usn^/riuf^ 'ft puyiuuipnt-PpiA pi/tuuinpja mm- , 

'?• •^««fV I '^ f""^ » ^^' • qnp oiiftiiuili \}(^*-S mmm +mjfi ^S , I am 
going to m^ sister's . <{y-S 'J. /o^V ^t^^C^ l^'J » I come from 
my brother's. 3V^tr^ tV VfV^ — *• +V"-rT^-A f-*"— J" c'^P'rV5^, 
1 supped last night at my cousin 's , L% i Quijunu^^ fn/^uumu 

tn-lrit-iin^ ftJutlifi piuoLU house •f**--'!* • npuitfu PJ^ utuli-f_, Yf^J^-mS 

*^ ^mJu f t***** l^-j . I am going to my sister 's house . 9»«««r '^ 
t^Nit^ Vi.F^f"'' J-^-; . I come from my brother 's house , A* r 

i\h^n9uj^n£nijj^ S 1^'p ^luli. p 'l^P^. iJ"'"'i"*3"'-3il'^ "V"l 
ituui^utqhtufb qonnt-Pbuii/n njluhhqp , np lun. uha « , >^ , !• it-h^ 

t *•'»• iSV'""-'!' *^-f*L^J^ ^' . Your house is finer than Mr. Bar- 
clay 8» ihnhiutliuili iuuhini Ifnl^linuP-KutJp. fMt1< t^»tJU : 

iiuinl£iunnL.qfi^ tunlUntlli 'fi il^p^J^ uju£uj(3^iuptf Jp L.hp- uttuiuh^ 
^plfiih-fHf niniun..q. S. ijnp opp'liutli l^c-*!-* tSC'^V* The SoMierS* 
tents . — \^ul^ f^P^k jntf^iu^iuVb n^ ju/htf.fi^fi 'fi S y jiut.h^t^ 
iniun-if. S u/n-iuliq tuufiuPuipj^p • ^p oppLutl^ y^m^T^tu^^ •f"l.'''i'"7 » 

The childrens shoes. 

(1^ pbuML. ilff^pp j^^^ui^"//"/^ S } *^i_ »>t-tuui^nfuni.PfitJh 
L-hp- lliup P'*'"-['3 • 
5i QnnfruMtf* ^irutiuif.utj ptualU qnuatulinql^ iHthi-P-u nnnila ro^ 
pf^lrutf^ 4" 'itiuhtplip utqii , np utn. Jha iiuhtui^uA u/liat^ 

ijtnfuutplili . ^^ oft^titiuli S— -^ '•T.J— ••*«'iVr»f« » A brick hou- 
se. d»«J'««5-;u ""iVrfJ* , A gold watch, l^i -. 

F ^npfrutiT ^briniui^uij pvun.u q^ppujn.nt.pptjb II auf^utu %iu^ 
fu^iPiua p.utn.pli qnt-Dutlipnl^ , nn '^ ilhaq^jt u/UJ^iiutfin lipnU. 
UMhuilfU"! It- ppplt. iUtuil£iuqnLqp^» ijnn on^utlg <^i^>m| ^V 

l>r-.^J.'»' , A night cap. CK HvJ . The oil bottle , L!h , 

^ QftptfiutT ^Irmiu^uMj puMofb quifruiuf£ %ujfunItPtuq utliAltb 

IiumJ' \tp^i "itiut^utlfltj^ . qnp opl^iiul^ Q,"-^ ^-^m , scafish . 
i\}X mH^p^^T^mm.^ The oj?slerwoman i , Lis — f\,[iuihui q^ 

f ^iuput 4" npwpii-iruii^ piuoLUif. u/tt^iumh-^ jbP^P*"3 ¥"¥/**• 

tr%Puti/Lutj[n. . ujuufk** sea-fish , ovster-woman . 



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ttaui ftJutuinpati : 

^p opfilbuM^ oj^.^—A-.l. -V'J'Vif'''* . The chamber window . 
il_^m.mfmi -^mSi^l^u , The paplouF chimney , Lib : 

Paradise lost Milton is fine poem. 

f^t-nt-q^nt.(3piA ^h-^liltlrujj I u^uMutTCiun. tnU. j ij[np^uAi/uJlt% 

beauty Helen I occasioned j O5. destruction 
Troy, 

anger Diana | was cause | ufrn. death Acteon . 

fault I of one man | is lesson another man 1 . 

2|ft</^A-qAa iMMjuon utn. pJhi-J' hiipjon • 

i shall dine to day my brother. 

I come my father. 

\tUM Ifph *hll"***p(l Jp J'**Pt^"U *^''"*iE"^*y €riUU£IUt.fl%UMl. • 

She wears hat straw ^-ph^ . a silk ribbon . 

"ifiu tf^tuq ifiun uiiliuniuutnnifb uiniA • 

He is gone his country bouse . 

\f^utntui^^n uMn-UMliuMob \juni\uinu^ l; u{tupq pbnt.p^iJiAt • 

character fables AEsop is simple nature. 

{\ p ^ ^uMtnuMph-^uit^njlib iusibt^^itul£UMb piutLUM^fipu « 

Which is best uir*.. enghish dictionaries? 

1 t I Zi fill upli [ill . 

I It is ] Johnson . 

1 I have seen | father wife brother William. 

1 \ui»-u»n.np$ I; jjJ^p^yi_ qutbaJUn. man . 



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I Do you like J coffee milk? 

Call man rabbit woman oyster, 

power love is great . 

^lunihu/lip ^£ni.tnn^t^ utn-P-htuq ojiuihutipni-tfL ^Irnulri^niilrtuf • 

love Pluto caused rape Proserpina . 

Edward the sixth was successor Henry the eighth. 

x^htlhnuMpi I ttliuMnut^pl^p 1 i^£funi{_ lun.pt.h'ni. , i/u/p^nil_ 

Chimera | is represented | ^nph . head lion , body 

luiitfi U. tninutjp. ijp^tuufp • 

goat tail dragon . 

(\pi-hs y^u*pn£nttfi , yj.q.nt.iupi^ty L. JJiui/hcl^f^ hpP-$MA 'p 'bnjlg 

children Charles , Edward Samuel go same 

t*HP"3 • 

school . 

Qffut Jlui^nuuMli ^n.nifni-inult I hi^ i iMfufpu*ufnt.l3-piA 

After death Romulus j there was | interregnum 

ut(D^nn,nj I qjp utiT* 

I a year. 

QuMt.ni-pu *yup MifiMptuufni-Pt-ujh upli^q^mnua JftJbuMbq a^hin 

During this senators alternately 

l^iutnf£ipl;-^% qufut^utdib P-tuu.uit.np^ . 

executed function king . 

I f^n'it I *p innt-uMpfuii-iJul^u/iiu \\hiiLlrpJi ^'"P^E ujtnniL.jtb 

I There is | in Idyll Gessner J^ grace altogether 

uftpuiinutpi/i L. upinutn.ni.\» 

amiable and affecting . 

\fl^utputt^p^ i^nipfi trit ^uii-tMtutuptMtu^l;u liuiinutphtu^ , npu/^u 

images Pope are as perfect , a& 

p^p m'SC puAJtqii 4" if-ut^iulpui-np * 

his style is harmonious . 

UL* ^pP^nt-Pfit^t yj^n-ni^utlini-P-lfufb It. [\i-q^tuif.pnt.p^tytu% 

(5 1 6) U • Had he been . iL^. to the owner of the house . 

pV • I)^/?/*£./?Al% \at.^JtMth L. ^uipajullini-fji-huili ^3)1)* 

We cannot decide . ^L,. in the eastern countries . 



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'A ^V^ timuMit-q. s . ^2."/' opl^ttul^ ♦-.«!.-♦ a lown 5 + •*!.-♦+ towns . 
^•.l* house, •f"'>'>"f houses. 
CjL tH^lt ^ 'it • 

juMt-h-iJuiJp. es . qnp o^tfthtuli peach fViJ » peaches l 
T^l.)* • wish 5 wishes J.1.J* . witness , witnesses -O**;* • 
fox, foxes •*»»i_"i.t«+ 2 s 

t <^n/UMl^uA u/bat-utitp iii^ii^lrunj^ *t J ^ ^uifu/^Piua niAt-fnil_ 
atlh liutd' ttpLUManuiT p.uMiiutAutjhu ^ *p int^iul^u/liti ay ihapilru 

'^ ies . f /» ofiftitutli lady 5 ladies •♦•H''**J+ • %? Aies iSmX-^i-i 

\iuli I^P-li %u4lat^piua utiun. V ^vXr ^94* 3iuiJbuMt.nn , piiui 
£^UMbnuMliuib liutltnb^ S Lt^(3- jiuc.lr£nt^ 'fi tlfrn^ . qnn opfi^ 

'iituli daj 5 dajs *#•-• <»-f + . boj , bojs •f<»i-»j+ s 

h'^lT'L *Lf 4""^ H-f^ b ^^^ ' irv *>ct'^"*h calf, calves 
-f P-f . knife , knives fm'i>m\i, -. 

Yul£ puin^ jutbi^lfiu£^ *fi fj y ^^fy *^3 ^/*J n[it*i^u muff 

Sm^^m\ jt"-- ? . roof 3-c\ • g"ef "tj-iy , dwarf P-^—J , 4% , £«#« 

^utbnbfi ihnfuftb ^ft in^iu^fi^juii-hiilun/fL Ltrld^ S iniun.fi * muffs , 
roofs , U^i : 

X^fiuMjb thief <}-T. Al staff <j.-.-i«.^iA ^A^^i thieves A: staves. 



1 ^njiuliuilM iubnt.tub^ juAt^trtu^^ 'p cJl * fufiutn 'fi 4/"^ 
ik-qnctMta ipnfuui^ijlruMii^ , *p jni^BuMliutltli l^'fili iiuulrfJuiJp. S 

tnuin.^ Lhp- . ijnp ofi/Aui^ monarch , monarchs . patriarch , 
patriarchs . 

2 Ijt- MMMjunL. ifu/li^ Jp L. tuiTutliutli luiuh-int. ^ft p.utn^ ; 

3 t3»rt- iuittj-fytu^liu o ut%Jtu^nt.p (impure) utuft^ jnjift-uiir 

Ibiuju^P-ut^fiibghuMh nulifiqfi mutn. pLiunus^uipi • qnn onfUtuM^ HeTO , 



~ 42 — 

jn^iiulilt jutclFiJuiJp es . qnp op[i%ut^ CargO ^ CargOPS 'i'm^ 

-•pV^-J^* • echo , echoes -»f j-f -t^k . hero , heroes fH- 
jmt:,Jii., negro, negroes I— "fiH** manifesto, manifestoes 
j*«#j.^-.r-«j|.— P-J.jj,+ . potato, potatoes fVV''"*Hi"ff • volcano, 
volcanoes 4f.i*f n-l^f . wo , woes P-^— -.i*.—P-j.»i.^ , lA » 

%iu^ folio, folios P-VrP-* • nuncio, nuncios t— {,f*'jf . seraglio, 
seraglios wpt—t^* ^mi£\m^ , L^ s 

^ H1> a. luhni-utho nnp jibuMi-fnt u/bl^iubnlip trh *fi tnpltiuliUMltli , 
qanu T^Aj^'sfi tuumlib * 



l7Al3.Mb 



3n*»-%13.«lh 



Antithesis 


^-i-rr-H-^ 


Antitheses . 


Appendix 


^m>.):^>.m^ 


Appendices k'"'^ 
xes . 


Arcanum 


t-.rr^f+ 


Arcana . 


Automaton 


^Wt-.^.-.ra' 


Automata . 


Axis 


M««*.<Mt^f 


Axes , 


Basis 


h-r^l- 


Bases . 


Brother 


ttP-jr 


Brothers k"'*'' 
brethren l . 


Calx 


\h 


Calces . 


Cherub 


*Vr-Lft 


Cherubim 2. 


Child 


ri-j 


Children . 


Crisis 




Crises . 


Criterion 


"*■llf*T""f••-p■^-^ 


Criteria . 


Diaeresis 


^r-A-^/i. l^tjj 


Diaereses . 


Datum 


^,^^\^\ 


Data. 



1 \fPh p-utiib \}^h i['pt*-"3 *^1p' ^^"T^wq* um^ hvotiievs . 
ijnp oftlt^Mu^ ^m-mSm^^m U ^••-tJ'-** VrF-«f+ tf-^ , Romulus aud 
Remus were brothers. — Y"k ^P4 tiu/ii^l,%u 'iinpi fiblihpni.^ 
p-htMi, %^»h,uMli\,^lf' ,j^i\t brethren, ijnp o^ft^ui^ U^^VL^ VxP-rf 
J- J*. Mv dear brethren ^ 

3 Cherub A. Seraph nhpftnjaifiuil/h ufm^h'li *Jt jn^nuliujlili : 





— 45 — 




Die 


♦—V-j (I— ^-L-^) 


Dice. 


Die 


M* Tf-«^-J 


Dies. 


Effluvium 


m^^m^im^ll^JU 


Effluvia . 


Ellipsis 


^C-T 


Ellipses . 


Emphasis 


:;.-.-X.-ILJ,-t 


Emphases . 


Encomium 


Tr— -^ 


Emcomia 4«/*r 
urns . 


Erratum 


W-i-i* •»-t"'f f^ 


Errata . 


Foot 


.^■u 


Feet. 


Genius 


-^- , --^^ 


Genii i . 


Genius 


Cmll^^p 


Geniuses . 


Genus 


-V- 


Genera . 


Goose 


-.^^ 


Geese . 


Hypothesis 


■L-ri-*- 


Hypotheses . 


Index 


5-H 


Indices 4i««/* 
exes . 


Louse 


-tJ-L 


Lice . 


Magus 


/.^ 


Magi. 


Man 


"f-rr 


Men. 


Medium 


At.r* 


Media . 


Memorandum 


^K-f-'J-r-'*' 


Memoranda ^mW 
dums . 


Metamorphosis 


-.;,j«p^t.*p.f^:. 


Metamorphoses . 


Mouse 


/-.ii. 


Mice . 


Ox 


Vit 


Oxen. 


Pea 


• M.M.1. 


Pease . 


Pea 


4-^ ...V— .t 


Peas. 


Penny 


T-HC-ra-W^) 


Pence . 


Penny 


Aw^V ^j^mS»j 


Pennies. 


Phaeuomenon 


Vr^-.iP- 


Phaenomena . 


Radius 


— K 


Radii . 


Seraph 


-Vr-iFt 


Seraphim . 


Stamen 


-•^tL* ^*"lI-^7 


Stamina . 



I ^utn^ [ui • iiulii^truifjp, *ft US t^n^Jiti *A tntLlttut^titlhi *^ I . 





— 44 — 




Stratum 


I-.. 


Strata . 


Tooth 


^^mS-U 


Teeth . 


Vortex 


-tf-jf* I— r? 


Vortices . 


Woman 


\}''^ 


Women . 



wheat 5«»fV«*''* » wealth zT-j^w^p.^^'J. , barley ^"•r^ » spinage 
1-4''* . business •«[;-•£•+ , f -f ^^ , learning f J..».-i-p.^-t , dark- 
ness ^m-m^ , food 5Vr*"i*'-f f knowledge ^mie^m^^^Ji. , 
progress ^-i— .2«».i.f.X,-p.J,-t , property y\>ij. ^ -.f.-.5»*.-.^* , 
strength it/f—P-J.*.! , poetry +VrP'"'-«**^ » ancestry 'J.»«pujf , 
clergy ^ij^t^ , nobility i«»i-i«*^.«.tj,1. , L uji^uMin/butpi ^utuiu^ 

1- }jlt L u£jl^ np^ ^iJblA Injiulifi . ^tp opfphiuli aUtipodcS ^m»^ 

J«^tV-«j+ , ashes -<2rj.Ji. , alms -^-f J*-*p.^-l. , bellows f —♦ 
4c"; . bowels -•i.J^* , breeches '{!"^•♦•^♦ » credenda /«.«— t* 
4-».-iw*f."j , cresses J"«»«V«'*. dregs r^r•♦• . entrails f •»r■•♦•^* • 
t^rtr* » goods 4.««*2f-«».f , litterali J./^^-.f.-tatf , lungs P-f , 
minutiae »1.-«f.^f , oats '{-•f--»J , riches i"-!-— P-J.^i.+ , snuf- 
fers p-««t/-«^-#i_, scissars 4r'*"»* » shears Jti- J^r*** » thanks 
^»p4«.J,#,j_^^ , tongs -»-tVl.^* , wages P-"t.'*'i ♦ ^ puttjitt-iT 

piun^ npp. t^-ftinni-P hufltj uiiuuil£uj%ltli • qnfi o£i^'biul[ mathc- 

matlcks — —^-.JJUl. , politicks i.m,^i,m\Ji1, , opticks fh--^ 

^Jui , metaphisicks ^'i'm>imli}m\mVu , ethicks p-.f »;«.J-.U s 

jn^iuliuth , fun-u/bq tfliB tlmipn/unt-P-hiutt • nnufi'u appa- 
ratus 4«.t.i.Vi'j-Af , — |-.«f , deer Vft ^r^rj . hiatus p-»^ 
r*-«-S", means ^'•••♦ff , news l.«f«#i-'-r* » people ^»v'L"'"fT > 
series ij»»f , sheep -{,|-M»f , species .f.V*""^ - 



Light is emanation ray sun . 

^utpji ^typ ufi[ih lt*-P "Ctt" * 

•It good father loves his child . 

No body can ( account for j all O5 • phaeilomenon . 

\^nij^ t^fib ftiluMUinnt!5ltp "WftLtrgk-iya • 

magus were wise man Eastern nation . 

y^ni-uuijo hlf^' uiumnt-tub- ni.^Jtp ifftutnuPlmuAq h. utnnt^huui^a » 

muse were goddess science and arts . 

When Orpheus j was playing on j lyre , tiger , bear 

L. uun-ftt^h^ I i^iMijfui^fi ^iP'lrf^ipiniJiuL. | It. *p ^qnL.£^inpiu qnmu * 

and lion | came to fawn upon him | to lick his foot . 

\^njj^^n I utitMiuMbhruMn j npxt^^u , ajiunpftqu It. j qLkrijh'tui.n 

Moliere | has ridiculed | physician , mar({uis and | devo- 

nt-tuf^ putnk-ufut^tutu • 

tee. 

l^itAutfo I uutlrqp-utii j tun.*ft i^lff_ j f^lik-pp It. n^ umpni.lia. 

Woman | are made | to be | campanion and not slave 

ilutni^^ttA • 

man . 

yyiupq-fill t^infuittlstttli lit-.pu»liplrfrj ^uth^uipnil^ , auiutitttt%l:% 

Man instead of feeding upon vegetable , kill 

ijha^tu , ijn^uutpu , quut^u , qh-pt;u , L. Lu ajd-it-^t^iu L 

ox , sheep , goose , deer , even bird 

qJil^ntJtu • 

fish. 
I There were | in Alban army three brother 

tubnt-uiitt-itfta \\nt.puMuifinup» L. 'p Zfiun§^Jutfh-at.na puAuil^fib 

named Curiatius ; and in Roman army 

^pf\ft ^1JP*"/lB ^" i"i^3^"*l^ flf ""'Zp • 

also called Horatius . 



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\\ujunuiip ihnutlia L funpo inpnu k% tun. ^ututuputlf tufunft^ 

top mountain bottom valley are equally agree- 

able . 
V-^junppi iinii^u ifit b^tub^^trutf^ briun.nil^ , L iIuium^ t^ ^nu^ 

These hill are covered tree , stream rolls 

iJ^H' £f**-l*" I 'A '^^.'Z/ I 'f"'Pt'**3 I t^utri^hptu%ii. . 

its water | through the midst | meadow J enamelled with flowers. 

*^\jiMt ntAfi hnl^nt.u trijjpuipu L ^p" ^npu . 

He has . two four sister . 

X^qut^iT l^l^l^ ffqjtu*p^ tf-^nt-fd^huMjfi^ y^umnt-hnj . 

I beseech you by the mercies God . 

\\l'u*puMqhe ^utt-tuinutih *Ji ^tfjnt.ppLJt nt^i-n^ • 

arabians believe existence 

D^n/7 L (t[uijppit kffb ^trpfd^nnuMliuib ^ut^TCutpg . 

Scott Byron were poetical 

They paid one shilling four 

\fu ij-uift hpltu ^^ti iupb^wuPJi ^uA^U . 

I found three ancient silver 

\}ttfiuj^tt q-uilttt ^iM/ltft Jfi llliliftu ij-putdhj j 'A M.-n.u ( 

officer found several I in possession | 

tf.pUMlluMllh%l^tU^ • 

forger . 
He I used j to spend whole night in throwing 

ajpnt-KTUJjU • 
y^^uAop H-y^ k-oP'b putliity^ L ilfr^ ninpnCli^ . 

There were seven bean six 

*\jU» iLlihiua Jfi ffpfii- n/ntub t^uMuU Jti-pn^ uttjutt^k-uti^ . 

He purchased bushel «»*»- for his pigeon . 

li* l\pPni-(3^^iJifM Wn-ni^tubnt-Pli-uA L (\i.nntu^pnL.ptfUjti 

(7 , 8) U • This the barber . iL; in his night-cap and slippers . 

t\ . \^pPni-Pftt^ \ni-b-t/u*it U. ^ujp^t/iu%ni.P'Iru/lt ^4) U • 

As the vizier. U^. a heap of rubbish. 



— 47 — 
^ D. U b- 

utitif-tfittjafiu » iitniul^usb , fti^iuliutb It. ^IflS ' t'P^ni- tuivut2v^i^' 

yUMAtFUMtt 

U,«- utlit^f^uia^iu uMfttuliuili uls-n. k tuJh*hiMspiJi np lua. utpni-u 

ufUMuiliuM^fi'b • qiifi opfiiiuMlf man , «''«««rT • l>'*other Vi.p'^jf t boy 
Sm'Um^\ , father ^m^^ , husband -)( , lion -.•-f— ^ , cock mi>m>im^s 

\*^iMtI^u/it* np jt^uia uf^uttn^tu'if^'tt • itrip opjutiu^ WOmaU Jf''' » 

sister ♦-;r » girl -•l.L^i'• i mother Smj^ , wife ««*/— ft , lioness Sm^ 
«p»^ Mi^^.^ , ben '^•*r^ * 

putb-^ , IfUMiT nnna ukiuU utIijuMjm 1^ * qnp opftltuM^ hoUSe «f»"-1» , 

tish j-'-i'i' , ovster -"rrV * garden -t'^rf*V^» worm -f^f'*' , virtue 

<M Qu/tit^£^tv^uA ik-qnt-h jautn.iMMultpi- }jf*i^ lt.trP p.tuiua t^nh* 
npna uhiLa *^ ilhpQutL.npnt-P'lrutbt^ atuiiuitutllipb • npu^tiU 

prince \i^^ , princess \-,^m\»>,mi,), , heir J..#»«-««A«J. , hei- 
ress \^ ^m<^mU<^ , emperor \'-j'>p , empress J-»j-f-».4^ , 
priest i.>fi,mUm)^ priestess i.miiml-mjm^i,^ , testator \t>-\-'i'lf, 
testatrix ({<^ \^^\mfl,p , executor \tf,m\m\m^mf , executrix 

p Qiyi^ tuJlibuMpt piua.u npp trp^nuq uhn.^^ upuut^T^aftli^ 
'itnpi i^p2uMt.npni-[3^tlli ^ ^ It. ^ft uiiu^ttib^hl^ ^utpli^ "/"'- 

zb^L. 'l}"['t'^* dj't ^"*""* p**»n^ U^L. *\hc'"tbV'^ "p"zti^ "^^ 

"'bs ' *y**ll'u^ h'b ilutitb uitint-uiha np umix. tupu It. tun. I^ut^ 

%tuju iltrppt-pp'it* ptun^u man -)p , woman ^miT maid 

\yi' /jftttif •"1.£.^i^ * 'l}uuf* luUni-tMMUa npa tun. ilittb^nultu 

ttfuttn^utTCj^'it^ male , female ««»f •»*. , \;^ . tljuutt tu%nt.tu1rtj 

uthtuttltna ^at-aiu^tMtlt ii.ypiMtiint.tM/ttpu tup • L. ^^ • he y 



~ 48 — 

she 1«t#« • iluMuli a/hnt.tu%j Pn-^ina COcK f+mif^mt^, JlCTl ^—'[\i • 

\j^m>m.m) -^ A ctian-servant . 

V^.^hI^JI. mH. A maid-servant . 

»^(j^ \mS t-.^. A he-goat. 

U^y 4 A she-goat . 

2^i£^>.\ mpmm. A cock-sparrow . 

7i'i'7^im>-\ Sm^^, A hen-sparrow . 

|]^f«./-.f^ mpm^ A pea-cock . 

U^f-«J"-ff •^•^rf A. pea-hen . 

^ \jU L. utbnuutlia nnna uMiiuiliutli L. Jti^utl^u/tt ulrn^ lyilt, »**Ji_ 
^tMipifti- tnutfinftn^^i • tfrift Oftj^utli DacheloF Vf J"»»'*"*^f T 

ml\\^^ , maid «r^"rT • boj JU.— J , girl «««i.2.H^ • buck t»^ 
)^-*\,, doe •«»jj' . drake -r— p-'f , duck tf p««.f. . earl J-X. , 
countess J-Z—t-^J. . gander -•f «^ -•wf , goose t*?* ♦•'^f • bart 
ti.l'tf — . roe !:•l^^i . horse jj. , mare S^,^m\ jf, . husband 
m}^ , wife if.!* . king Jlmq.m^mp , queen p.*«}.— 4^ . lad *|«#»^ 
r•«•'^•^ , lass cr^-rr • lord ftr » la*ij •♦•^i!''*• * ™*o J'<««ff , 
woman ^J-l* • nephew -*-«»»ff fV*^ i5f""^ Vi.Fof > niece 
T"*""ff ♦V"- 4"/*/' Vi.F^r • son — "^j" , daughter ^""•"♦•r • 
uncle ♦V••^ iu^iT AcrttF^jr* aunt J'^f.^f-jf /J^*/* 4«r^*-jr : 

inujpuMp uhn.jtQ €uJh'liLftii u/ltliu/bnh 4r • Im. unoiu lun. ^luuut^ 
putll piun-^ omiupp IrU L hliuijnuinja • qnp opjt^utli abbot 

-•f ?•«; , abbess m^^mu»^^y • beau , belle -;f 4""^ \V^ tfT^m^ 
-tr • czar yuf1tf\mi^ ^m^mumij , czarina J««j»»p«<-4J» ••.—m.j . 
don «f.Vr » donna .<.^f"^4J. . hero T^*"J•*'tJ♦ i heroine ^J"-_ 



auhn.fiij ii.hnutUnuutba : 



— 49 — 

^H.it—4^ . monsieur ift^r • madam •^H^''' * sullan , sul- 
tana «—!..{.-•'». . signor .^tf t signora t>Hy^ • widower mj^}, 

-•Jf , widow mjp}> \l<'i> , lA s 
J Qujuint.^ lu^incu/ita iiuniu^utUu fi. gp^tu^unt n^ quui ^utb$^^ 

ju/itn.f,% '/r ,ltp^% . ^p op[i'itui^ Henry 4^'t?'!"" • Hen- 
rietta >V^rMV • Victor ^^^^"r i Victoria xL,Mf-rf"- • Ja- 
mes 3-«}-p, Jacobina Q->\m{^lXm , L'b l : 

U. ^m^}^n,-fmU 4 J^^ ;•*♦£,-.' ^^V'^f'''' ^-f"* , An infant stood 
beside him, with a large slice in its right hand . *o^V 

u£^u fhil*lB n-f'h 'A [uouhA quAiutilina* nnna uhalh uili^iu^ 

— i]»{.f«t \m^*^}, t' What kind of animal is it? — 
It is a kitten • 

t ^^ , Do you see that shallop , she has made several 
vojages . 

oplliiutli {[^m>.^^m J'-f"^* ^''^isi"^\'* * Russia with her furs. 

u&n. ^Unn^ji uipiq' nnp lu qn.tr qn L.[d htujp. , qonni-P triuiJp. h. 
^UMqapq-iul^uAni-PhiuiIpb pLtuannnyjib « puin lUjuJ* uiputi£UjU 

ukn-ltL. iliupftts Lrpfihlfb suH -♦fV'f'^i''' i fire ^xt-j- , time ^m^ 

Sm'Um\ , death Sm^ , lA * \fL. pi^m^u/ii ulrtu npp t-iiLt-fj^^ lr% 



1 QnpJ-utiT juiutnt-l^ utiini-UMtio ftt^tuliuAp hq.hutj^ A?^^' "/'"- 
^ui^ft jftJiuuuiu p"^ t ^^f^ut lr^L-tu£_ puMiub nn puiqiujujjiiifi< Ig 
nihni-uilili^ utbi^ni^nfu i^'fi nuin ulrn-^ , qnn onjihiulf . |9«iM^iiteAf<1> 

1m\m\ mm.mf).'Um^\}.\:mi^'u , Quecn Elisabeth, a prince admirable 
above her sex for her princelj^ virtues. il^H*>*"f^*** J}-'''^m^i}> Jtf 
^«p4».^^j. u ^»»M.M..^f , Victoria, our most gracious quecn and 
governor. ^n^ut%ut^ usuhiry princess t governess. 

4 



— so — 

P-ktuJp » nuut utiuiT liif.iuliu/b ^usJhtnUh hnphith mOOTl 

J-— ^1 , ship 1-«- , city f •«t-»* , earth VrJJr . virtue -<*.»._ 
+p-.-a.j._t , soul A«f f , lA s 



^l,l).Pd«^ b 



AEneas | married | heir bt • crown . 

"^lU-^u/liuiinL.'^jiu I ulipajtif itinutn I uiiana tnuiyuiiuiTiiilia « 

priest /■» I begins | ^js saiered rite . 

y^uMp^UMlT I llfiti Jlufii^iup^ I l^iutl. qPJp.nt.l£b gfiup Jiirn.u . 

Mary | prophet bt | took a timbrel itp? her hand. 

Homer represents Diana as a hunter H • 

Job had* five hundred | ^f • ass | . ' 

*^tun.uji on U. lunutfunb on 

Thy «"/. servant and thy ^» servant. 

*\jnfuiua^ ntAnu hn9pt.nu , uMjitp f**» 

have horn none. 

1^ f<u«ni</»^ nt^i^'it Jbb^ Ifuiiniunu L. ppinu , ^iulo ^'i^pp^ 

have great combs and spurs , little 

or none . 

|>qi^ OH mhuhuMf^ t^nJuU L i^nJunu^fib ^i^puffi , 

Have you seen Derby . 

JJ^uiiinL.^ I^npnju it'-f tj^'uttu^ 

infant has lost its ball . 

'^%fillL ^pi^l; lb*-(i nuliph l^uMpp lufunpj-iuliq^ * 

poodle gnaws its bone very heartily . 

'%1/t Y""*""- "•"^'Z' npuruahtuj^dht-lflt Jp f It. j futuiiuMj \r^tq.%i/7u » 

Your cat has caught mouse , | is playing | with it 

'ifUML. Iinaiu uibi^ui^tuqidr ^ , Uiu | ^tuua^ I *fi h^nifhqplt • 

Their vessel is strong , she \ will reach | the shore . 



— St — 

Do you see | that vessel , she sails great ra- 

aL.nL.[3-lMUMJp. • 

pidity. 

Qtrp^n€.u J-uiJlt uut (^ %iuiA ) {hsf' u$uml^ • 

In two hour sAe will be here . 

y^^uuAifiir utkuuibh-i ihtnnuM tiuMjJu • 

I begin to see her mast . 

Mediterreanean separates France from its ( k-^ h her ) 

colony . 

\f[3-^ nt^ifiu U£^tnu I i^UiiLUJj^ TCuAut^iT Iru ^utpp ^umi^um^ 

If you want | a servant I know very ho- 

uiutnnu IfiBi * 

nest one . 

l]A'fc %nniu ni-%fi hplint-u I %uMj-^^tu . 

His wife has two | servant. 

^ni^ niJltfiD uin-uiuh-^ t£tultuiju i^puMqpu ^u/ti | lupu I • 

You have more female neighbour than | male ones | . 

\^tirtuir aJtiunuMoni-^u I It. aiupu It. auuAiuju I >• 

I hate gossip , | both male and female | . 

^'WPbi 'Q' *y^ I 1^^*** "bnpiu i^uMjp I utJh'ltni.pbO' 

A little goat | followed him | every where . 

^^pP't^P t I J-iuiTuMhiuli 4" "'Pt I J"'"-^UjJ * 

Awake , | it is time ( to rise . 

litT/* /»D piuphliuttT » \\^ ntth putplrliutdr • 

A male friend . A female friend . 

\}iipop IfiuiT olrn. nuuuip , \fnpop i£uitr ofi-n. t^nt.uinp * 

A male cusin , A female cusin . 

'ijiu nt^fi JJt nt-uinp U. JJt t^nt-utnp , uMtutu9yitb t; i^utpp m^hn 

He has a son and a daughter ; the former is very disagreeabk 
but the latter is gentle and pretty . 

11 • \\pP-nt.Pfit^ \^n.ni^iubnt.[3-lruA L. [{*-nniui^pnM-[3 hitA 

(9 , 10) U • An infant stood. U^. payable monthly in advance . 
Do jou see iL; mj attention to them . 



— 52 — 

aii'v.u'fu u."b>iiMii*b Ti'unMi'bS 



4u*jni.ifu a handsome man •<#;f «+ ^V-lVj^J , a handsome wo- 
man JJ.*!* -+ ^-t^Vjfi • handsome men -^f f V'LV?^J■^ . handsome 
women [mUmji, ^ViJrjH* ^ * 

\^j!irtu^ut^{f; unilnntupiup %iu[uust^iuu ^ibjili i^njtuliuib lu^ 
%nt.ulha , hfd-li lift pjt-tt L trpk p.iut[nt.i/p *ft Jliuiuf/Ti * ^p **pt- 
%ut^ ^m^m\)^ m+ \,mt,m\Jl , AjudlcioUS boj. li^F "♦ ^— ^i«*Lr 

^el U ^•-P-.«2-.'i , A sober honest induslrious man . iiut,i^ 

X^Jt liPk iJl^t '"^«"4"'^'^^' t3^ piua. [tlt^ "Vy ^3"Pt"^- 
P-fitA pfy Aqt P^t uib-utliuflijiti , juipiJ-utiT uiu jkui tf-tijutliuf ^ 

action worlhj of recompense. 

lint^ltub Ifli^ L iMftpiCnt-P^fitA jiut-hfai-^nL. jfiJiuutn piuh^'li , 
i^iuiT qtuiuinut^nuiih plt^ fipuiq qnt-qu/bpql^ • ^Z* oppUuil£ ^mJUm^ 

-iVr-^P-t-i- F-t^--— ^t-j -•- lil>*— ■^Tr^- ^^**"' . The grecian 
empire flourished under Alexander the great. ^f"V'"*•P'^*•^* "t. 
4l.f Vft-Hi" fT^V*- ^•''•*fr• Riches do not alwavs make a 
man happy 2 s 



1 Other ->i\, (^uih-utlpuit ) IrPh iT^^'tsb i^^'" t^C ty"k"*'' 

u!bniIU , fpifi L jn^tuliji others » qnp oplilbujli uiu[i [i^i* -JL"? » 

The properly of other men ^wtT The properly of others . 
The genuibe cause of everj deed divine , *b"•V•^^^ -j-.^.^**. 



-— 35 — 

klilong, wide, thick, high, deep L% , Vfj-'A , l-A . P-Vr » 

^It op\ii,uMti i|— tVff 4 -l^? ^-^ Vfl-A '^ Vri— >T l-A» A car- 
pet six yards long, and two wide. Qr^ 4 > F-•^j^"-P'^-''♦ Vf- 
^».^ »«^^7 , A wall two feet high, ^m<^' ^m^^m^* -ix^-i>*<t V 4>*"- 
fj,^ ♦-•L'^fJ, , Paris is ten leagues in circumference. 

one "f jhtiutliuMl!ii L ones '/» jn^stuliu^itt , jtrm iuitiu^iu%b "Clf 
tubm^t tLnjiuliuib aonni-P-hujJp ftiJu^iJijlt * tjnp ofij^iuli S'T Y^i 

Sm^^ml 4 s — U.4«*'-««*-|'{ ♦Vt, J'*«»f»V-'i' 4 t.-«-»»f -ji. , Give rae a 
book. — Here is a good one. p»».i»^'»<+ \m'^'i F-j^» ■t'"'*' j**- 
^m^^ l-k.j.t-.'J.y , The birds build nesls for their joung ones. 

good hook , voung birds. 

Qnncfutir ap.niluMltn.tuti alrii^i ft. iji'i^njii ink-uut^l^ ts^"^ 
autltp , Jiitpld-tt i^tuntri tttutt utiiutb u a.njuttiutlion^it . IPP opjtliiu^ 

\Jy li^— ^* 'L P**""" J••f^^» The covetous are never satisGed. — V>.JL_ 

j_^ innJ-tuiT qi/ty utitflili II flJlinj Ifitit^^ I'M^"^' pu'^'J^ » ufiupin I; 
TtibpJt ij^hi tubriuliuAjtlt qa.iijiu^uMi . tfnp opftbittlf P^<f m-JU m^ 

^^^«,Vr-^•f^ V f-f^T» You have to do with an ungrateful man. 
uJ)i^)x -^l^^^iVi-f -j.j-.T.!L^i.-.jV-?t j-.^^*— ^-r'''-'-P-t'«'»' !-r-*'^. The 
<^' perfidious woman shall not triumph in her unfaithfulness . 

'*" Q^lfl-fi juthuilfuAutq ut%if.i^uttjuna *p g^iijut^ut'liut^t ^utif^ 

JJili , iiut.ir£ni.tttlirnif_^ piuaJon^'Uiul^ ifhn2uti,nnnt.[d-nutltq • jnpii 

~ ti^tuutlrt tuntruflt I; q^B-u$uta.itJjuiu • 

\\hn9tut.nnni.P'liLjbii. full, ant-ututtJ^ tfiun.uttnna.(9^pt.u li^uj^ 
%tu^fti.fittu'it utnt/ittinutll[tult puta.jtb • 1"P onpliittJg boUntV mt^tm^ 

•^_^ ^•.jt— 1— P-J--^ , bountiful -.•.-.^.hJV— ^ * 

Wbrutytquiljiuiti ifk-p^iULnnni^f^^tAii. leSS ifilpr tttltl; ^^tubtu^ 

^ tint-Pfiifb if.njtu^*u%fib • itiip on^'itittl^ blame fwf »{«•''»♦ • bla- 

r^ meleSS •••^f "f"'{JrLj' ' ■^*2/" '^f*t.utqnt.(3^t.ti JuinPIt ant-auiUhi^ 
jiuuhfiptl^ *p ulfjtitab luifutliutb utlini-utliU aipttultlt^t^ un , ut^ 
n.ut1ta fiiii tuit-hitnj '(> 'l^P^* * ITP onpltut^ eqUal h<--*»^ 
mmf , unequal mAtiim^mmmf , WOrth^ fi^mkl , UnWOrlh) m\mp^ 



-— 34 — 

m»\l , a golden cup f-»^-i JJ- -••JV^f'' , ^^ - 

sweetish f-iicH • cold yi-^f . coldish yrr^ - — ^"4 ^W ^'y^ 

Jlrp9 juicLigti 'j^ if.itjiuliuBltu , tunJt^ tfhnupU luit iuIiimmIm u 'b^utbuM^ 
tAiyM 'Uillu^ni.p L lub , ^o^ opjitiiu^ chlld TVJ i chlldish if«jM«j-«_ 

^v . wolf +-JL » wolfish <}— JL-iVf-t . /*^ ' 

Qu/ba.n. ly Lu ^nt-qu/bJ^ hpp.ktlh ^ilu/lini-Pfit^t . qnp opfi^ 

%uili king -f*-»^ , kinglj -f+-«;-iVr"t . '^^' * • 

T^f-iliuffhB puiqnt.ir tulitLUtJ* ipnpiufbiul^ uif^iu^u/b^* q^tl/lt 
abhpliuij q-lrpputj tun. 'ft qm-^utlilr^nj quil^utu liiuiT q^[tpu£n.nt._ 
P-liub hph^' tLnjuilgiub utlint-uidpli %^it/bui^hir^ • npuil^u utn. Jhq_ 
a^k ulrn.iuliiuli'lt ui^hpUniP- putijji'b (^ ^luiT tun. ujjiu uipiu^iMtltb 

llutiT ptuqtun.tulftu%% ) , ^p opftbiuli ^m^m\ £«''^Vl"j f A. drin- 
king glass {tyuji^^ F"-^*^ C'^-iVl-1* 'tl' ' Un verre a boire, 
pin, Uu bicchier da here). Ut^t-*i ^-*^iv ^iMitT lim^j^^mJU , A 
dining room ( ^p • Salle a manger . /r«i . Sala da pranzare ) . 

04' tuiupm ituita.iliuj^iMjItnb lrplfpnptt.hi itbnjb uio'tutfutb 
luliaih^ tun-tu^ Jf}1J fftll p i^njiuliiMJibiuq litupi^lm^nq ^p tjpiuupit . 

•^^P mi. U \\\ .A ^mf^mhmu^\i, , A little man and woman. <n«_ 

y^ij, -+ u -^iH"** ^ Vcl-♦^"'• ml^mSf , A naughty boj' and girl. 



4 \Xjl_ tjunqu/bi^ , npt^il^tt L. 'JJflJl^ uMiIh'bujjIt tuh^ttlbapu , inhu_ 

iitiU linfutui^nptu ih-ptipnpq.nt.J' ijutujib q.pnuu , nt-p p.tMtlto //>. 

alib ^tuiiuiiLU l£iMtijifhi-[3-htuli piutLptj L. ^lrqni.fi tu1nt.i^tuat.na ^ 

inpii piuttnt-iT pb^ 4" ttipcriubp futr^uiIumt-P-lruHt U. '^ i^fii^ni.^ 

19^^!.% at.uiMtbh^h tua s 



35 



famous mine Potosi in Peru are more than 

qlrp^nt. ^luplti-p jpuni.% ^pp([U • 

two hundred and fifty fathom . 
friend constant, sincere desinterested is scar- 

ce. 

Win putnhp.uMnni , pLutnhJiupif.Jt^ L ^utlCnjuilituli j uitumnt-p j 

man mild , polite affable \ is esteemed j 

luidlibh-antJt , 

by every body . 

\''^ajput 4° ufhuinL.(3^pt^ iCnfu L. p.utnt^UMt.$MilC * 

England is state rich flourishing. 

^ujp fAJ^tp^tu^ni-P^^t^ip uiufiu^iuiik-^ aaiupii vi^utiignt^iu • 

Bad company corrupt manner good . 

^utant-iT utb^iMMiT tntruuutliifa qtupcrtultpu L. qata.ufppitnt.p-pi.Ji 

We often «ee merit virtue 

nutb^iup • 



^n£uAmu*Q^ Irb tun. ^utuuipiul£ ***11B n.nphol{B > 4"'*^^'_ 

Dutch are generally people industrious, pa- 

putinttt^ip , tluiuuiut^utul^fna , Jlupptuaujpq^ , J-nuJ-lpuf^ It. 

tient , laborious , neat , sober 

UUt^UII-UttH^Uja , 

frugal . 

\yiupi^pl£ h-ippb UMlit^iui^tup p Jti9 uituinjip iin.nnj L. nt^iiupt 

Man fluctuate continually between false hope vain 

fear . 

WjP UMtBiUB^npif li uMmlmqhutf_ I iiuJh%bnnLii j . 

ungrateful is hated j by every body | , 

|Pu«4^ ^^mUumjI; n^ aTCnfuu I tt. f»« | qujif^utmu * 

Death spares neither rich ] nor ] poor . 



— 36 — 

This ditch is nine foot six inch deep , 



lUMjL 



A- 

broad . 
You I will be stopped | in your way by Jt river 

lUMjIi t-ptrp ^utnfti-n ntnli • 

three hundred 

X^nju 1^1* "'fi'^^pe ^luuiniuml/ii 'ft funuuit/hiJ/tu ^qoniua h% lun, 

hope wich little raise upon promise great are 

^uMuuMpuMi^ ultnmh • 

generally frustrated . 
*] ytfttL. 4* '^ipp t i. lutMi^tuiT , It. I^oufi JhhriuJhhu > 

Tongue is little member, says great thing v 

Good breeding | does not consist | in formal eere> 

J-nt.tub-u , ««// jlrqutbiuliu q.^t.putPlrpit , J^tfltQUtnuM^u/bii 4. 

mony , but in a behaviour easy , civil 

respectful . 

^hn^i J-^niuJ-pp I '^ p"*'t piuiuliiMj I qP'^i.utn.ni.p^fikjlh » 

hand u4«. . diligence | defeats [ want; 

piitpi^iui.iu7Cnu[i[tiii U. itu9nnni-(d-fit^ I i^i^trnuiljftq h'lt \ 

prosperity success ( attend | 

ilusuiniul^iui-nnft uinlli • 

O5 industrious man ^ 



( il> 12) U . 4^ery well, said John. U^. of the drow»iaess 
of their limbs. 

p.. \\n(3-nt.pltJli \nt.d^t/uA L ^uipudlulint^fd-huth (6) U • 

Well , said Mahmoud . U^. give me an account of it . 



67 — 



^^ fl. U b 






l^utiT 'ft ptuarn-iT fLUMitutiutpiu , tun. 'p tf-n^b-t-^^ ^lP* p'"^^"*^ 

tniu^iuV jiui.hfnL. 'ft il^p^i er , ^ '^ t"(!'^^L •i-f^p""tP'*'k"'^ 
jutt-lfinu est . qnp opplitiu^ black t}:-^ , blacker -^m^-^u , bla- 
ckest mJ\:'^mu\:m^ s 

WbruiiJliJ^fp JfituiluA^o juilt^huii^ 'ft e , uiiubnt^ quitup^T 'ft 
piunn-uiintuliu/bft^t , L st 'fi ^bpiuq-pui^u^tf^i . ^p opfibiu^ WultC 
mm^y^ml , whiter m-tJ-^m\mj.»jU , whltCSt -jyUmm-t^-^mli : 

P^nnJ-utiP uibriuliiMfb filii'ft Jft Uli-P piuiiutAiujii lu/ltiffi , uujpj^ 
i^tPuta nt^ihinif_ Jft i/piMsjli itMtthtui-nn uiiun. , ituiuiuf j^unt 
aj!uba.un. CV It. CSt Ifnl^ft ifhp^b'^ puii^JtuMjIi'li . ^np oftfitliuij[ 

'^'gj t)igger, biggest Jhb- ' — W ^P4 'ituMfui^p^tug iftp^'y 

putitiuJtiujti^'li piuanuW iutjiiiui-nnp liiuiT h-ptip.uinpiun. ii.nu^ 

j/^^* n^ liltlfiift puiifut^uMjii'Jt . ^£t opftiiuili great, greater, grea- 
test , Jt^ •- 

\^^tttliHAp Jfiusifu^i^ lUMtit^ktu^j^ b y i tfiiip^ftl* ft ptutin-tuutut^ 

IftuVb 'ft ler y It. 'ft if.hptuii.fttu^utii 'ft iest. ^p opftbiu^ sly '•V''+"»« 
— f , slier tV***^**-- r»"f -A » sliest ».Jt1»-.tV'*''J-*--r « 

]i<#^ puiqutn^ttt^ n.lrnutt^nittl^u/lio Ijtuqjfili^ iijblr/nif_ utn-tttpli 
ujiftu^u/ibtttQ very \fp\;> • It- utn-iu^li tttbatritt£^ t^PF'ybs ^UcH 
llutJ' very much i-f^ J-;^ . qnp oitftbtuli ^jJl\^m \mfl f ttV^H 

m^m^c, V , France is a very fine country. \\>»c\' ivh" 1rf«»l-»— > 
M(«Mf.f. \S ^Vi. n^r «»i,|r*-'f»«"'>'»r » 1 ^™ much ^utiT very much 
obliged to you for your trouble . 

\fli L. ilut^pitij^ nne bfP^ luuhriu^a/bti i^n^ftb 'ft tf^p9u% 'ft 
piai^uiutitt^itA It. 'ft if.lipittrf.ptuliuilt * tjnp opfiliutli oftCD j—lim^ , 

oftener jm^m^mi^mj'u , oftenest J«*r^ jmiim^ • soon ^TT-* sooner 
•irt^f "A » soonest i«*ff» ^'l* 



— 38 — 

|i</^ auMiitLuiuiutliiuli It. a.trniutt.nuiffuiltlt pLtuauunJtultl^ lucftu^ 

'bl^uthau move ii.tuqi^uMaiutl£u/Ultb , It. TtlOSt ^irput^£iui^uAfi% , ut^ 
n.uAq ^ni^nfuh-ffif q^p^y^' • I^P opjibiuli amOlllOUS »*Jf ••»(« A-*. 

•.•.2^ , more ambitious -.Xp-.f4-.^-«^.#«^";t , most ambitious ^-•ff 

tliMMtihliUMiJfto ^iitfib ptuim-tuuiiuliuib L. t^lrjttuq.ptuliunt x 

fKuinn.uJunui^uJi/p It. tL.lrntttii.niMtl^ujftp ltni.itJab-qnt.qh<o a.ftft_ 
hrftlt 'fi JtlfitUt tti6-iti^uAitjqa less L. least ti»*..«#»^, t»m\mtm , q.%tF£nil_ 
thinuiu %tupt Dtttli qn.niulitttliu • inn opptitt^ IcSS WlSe •••♦•^•••i- J««ri«««_ 

4t>mJU , less poor Hm\m^ fif,mf , less rich Hm\^tm ^»\>t . the least 
wise i.»-»«»t. iSmm^mJil , the least poor l.»-*».t. m>D,-^ , the least 
rich itKtaKttj^^ 2i'«»|;Ml» i 

Wl^tui(lttAp bpliuji^uMit^p iittht^htuij^ '^ y ^utiT le ( ^l.) » ^ 

piuqjuii^u/blfo *p imti^itb ^^itiui-nnp , JutnPjtlt l^ptfliut^p lt.u 
/^l!r^y ptuitn.atuiiu^ittlt It. if.h puitppiuliiM/tt • JJi iJtrp^tutniun-pLpu CP 

It. est y It iJpt.u i^iup^bitMi jiutt-ui^utn-lip JiuttbliuiJfif> move L. 

most . qnp opjt'Uiul^ . 

Happj Vf2,"»'*'H» happier ii«#*r more the happiest 4""^ ihe 

happy, most happy . 

Able jm^Sm^ , abler ^JtMiT more the ablest liiuW the 

able 9 most able . 

Polite -f-xjjf "•JVJ". politer ^uiiH more the politest ^u^iT the 

5-.1. , polite , most polite 1 . 

\[}ib Itu putiLp npna puinn.u*miu^uttio It t^hputif-piulfu^ta qiup_ 
tnni-tmli p tfuttinlituqu * finp oppi/ut^ • 



1 ^a.nt-^*tp If qfrp^nuhu t^tt£Ua.uti/ttifi/ ipuph-i attun.iu2utn.pp 
It 1^J'p2j"tb[' *l"*i*'f'bi" put nn.intttiu^utli Jilt it mOVe It lj_ eV » nt.u^ 

utfi tpnjutttiituli tuuhjitj puui tl^jMu^l'pb more braver tuut-f^i ^ 
braver IputT more brave . 



— o9 — 

Good P-rf. ) , ^ - „ . 

VTellF-^r'-* ^ better F-.fH-A. best -.Jtl.-.Hf^ . 

Bad t*r ) 

,„ , -. 1 \ worse t-.r-.f-jt , worst mjyimim^ . 

ill j^wcT evil {-.fte-^* jj 

Little f -ff , --.J-.- less f -+f-.f -^t , least -.Jtx*.f -tf , -t. 

Much 4««f/* ) . . . , . 

r I ^ '"o*'^ F-^— •' J-^a- . most 1 , P-. v-J j-^d- • 

Far 4V•*-^. farther 4t*-.«f-A , farthest -.Jt^-^V-J'. 

Near Se^ , nearer Se^m^^-jl , nearest liutiT next 

Fore \m'\.mtm^ , m>^H>^ former \mi^m^mjX , formost ^utiT first 

In '!» tVpf- , inner ttff?''*' . inmost tVf*t-.f -jt , 

Out -f.».-»f - , outer -.f.f.-«f ^t , outmost ^luiT utmost 

Low -•f.-f^l., ^-^ lower t- -I'M. f 4-1^-^1., lowest ^umW lower- 
t-pA, most u-i— ''J'-jt . 

Lale 3->Sf , latter j-.Jf-.f-jt , latest ItunT last jV- 

Old Aft , >Vr . ^-K older ^«i#*r elder oldest liuitT eldest 

(|t/u/%|P juihiu^u/liuta yitAp*U q.niuliuih . owi ofifibiu^ fur- 
ther 5 furthest AV*^-"}- -A"** • hither , hilhermost Se^m^mjWu , 
nether, nethermost -.f.-fti^f-jtt . under , undermost tVrft-._ 

Wjijj^ ^t^tlili piuqy.iumiu^tt^t . qnp onp^ut^ lOD j topmOSt 



i l?^' P"*"iP J"r" most '^ il^p^ Irti-lruMi^ 4 • 2,"/* opffliutli for- 

most J-.fJ. j-.».-.£]t-.j1. , hindermost {trl?''''''' . uppermost F-.f_ 
jj.-.f -jtx , undermost (pui//* nethermost -.j.-j.t««»f -jtt , A.% t 



— 60 — 

?"^r)c • tlown 5 downniost jj-^ . norlli , northmost Af.-i.J.»J. . 
head, headmost fi.V'^-T * 

|t piunn-UMiniulfu/ti fit/iuuuiu titufiiujq.nni.pJiL^iu dbp ^m\> 
(d^utp^Ju/bfi jiuii t^j^uitituitfi'li "iiuMfut^pftLu' thciTl , qnp opfiiiut^ 

\\f^mi.^lm^lll,Ju ^m^m^mlmU^^mjl U fmi ^^T-t—i-P-J,-!.- , Virtue is 
more precious than riches . 

]^ pLiaiin.tuinujl£ii/b ^Jiuuuiu lu/Jii^^^iul^u/li^i tipu£^u L. p uaqj 

\mL ^mU ^«f (-{}•) ^f^V" . He has more friends than jou be- 
leive. U?'fVL""i'-j''' V '*"* +"•''• trr ( "t^ ) ^•^•^•^rVt » He is more 
amiable than I imagined. 

uh luuslpuli ^n£niUlsiufuq.pftt.u of% ^«4 ^P^ uibni-li J/f*^ M"*'lf^p » 
uthni.nj , JpiupuilMnuP-h-uib Im. nti^hpni.p Irutlt q^trui hllhuqt;^ 
i^^ft ^tlrpi^njuiliiMib ^iuliiq.pltt.u ITl . qnp op^'liiuli 'yjm J- ^mi[^^m(^mjl^» 

t,mmm\m^ i.^t^i^m^mtiS^'u J-wf-taJ", Hc Is the tallcst in his family. 
\m t TCo^-mi^mj'iX '\, \m-:im<*-m\m\.m ^•"fF^"'- , He is the richest 
merchant in Paris . 

\^t L. puMont-iT Jutlfpiujo np luh'ujquiliiuuflfU iliuppb uin-iu^p 

L yi* un^ut . little iutiT few — «J— , enough ^m^m\mX , muck 
^tuJ' many F-v- J", more — — .^Vl. l^^^ — .J-<-, how muck 
^tuiT how many , +mu'^ , -f t-«f , too muck ktuW too many \<-:\i 

\y,J[_ ^[niih£_ uspJ-tMMb li ij^ little L muck ^H- hniuliiubui^ 
iLupft% , Jtuli few I*- many /»^*- jnif!buMliiuh lulmi-u/liij . iprtp opfi^ 
'liiutt ^-J^FVf »m\m' 4, U £^.|*•.L5^- ^xSm^^mU *- 'J, --.J-.*- -^-^-f- , 

Have a little patience, jou shall have jour book in a few 
days. Ol J'*'£."lV7'*"- "^^^ {i>"f* ^M>^m\>t!^\)' , He has not had suc- 
cess enough, ^—tj. "Um m^^mf}- piw^—J", mji ]^mp);\mSH ^mtimmSm , 

He has not much money, but he has many friends 1 . U.'*-«*-Vl 

^-p^i- t- mm\mm ^emf , MoTc deeds , and fewer words . n'fL'^f 
^^Sm'Um\, How much time ? '^-'i^ -"J-j^'i'f , How many persons? 



1 x^utpPJt utuh-i^Lu, He has not a great deal of money, 
but he has a great many friends. 



— 61 — 

\^m(l< ^>t> Ai-i.i'-'f , Too much wit. f\-#»j»-J' -{.^it**, Too many 
sorrows i . 

\*u^ t-pk ijfl>l' 'l^n'utP^'"L. *^kp**ijl'3t t^i"^""-^' f^L. 

q-Uf^fi , q^lf^lb 4 ^iuj[uq.iifiuu of * qn^t ofl,%uj^ S"'"r V^S ""'W- 

JJ. jm)^ J"— jr ^tV^ » Give me a Utile of that beef. 

i^on-n. the 4i"Pl' ^PP^'f^ t?"t pt** 'Ul ***"*"> ll*"^ "'3 I npu/^U ^Jt 
^tuii/u^iyuil. L 'ft 'liiTtubltu %n^Jiii . ( RrL'^f ) •'♦•^'"-Vl -•-'«-•''• J* •'V . 

( •..jVj-.f ) -•.-.^Vl \'Sm>,^'UmlmSi, , The more we studj' , the 
more we learu . ( fli:L*"f ) — •J-'- ^>*»f>-\\- , (-AL*f ) -"i-- t.*"- 
4J.» , The less jou work , the less vou earn . ( flftj««f ) -.—-•-Vl 
£i.j_V^ VJ* •'^rrM' (•"AL"*f ) *«"— "-Vl >»'^-^ V** . The richer men 
are, the more covetous thej are 2. UiAi.'^f -••.---Vj.t So much 
the more, li'^irf ^"-•^i.. So much the less. 1^**- Um, So much 
the better. Q'^r ^» , So much the worst. 

ifliJu/ltni-Pfitfli^fi i,utuutuiuttuliuiU ^Jiuuutu , nptM^liU mjUtH^-^ ^ —J^^ 

2^iM^ , ju/iiq.jlfiul£ui%lib il>h\tit 'fi Jihit^i iTiulipujjJiju as y as much , 
as vfiany . I*- ^I'lP' as hp^'b b P'"3"iJ"ii'"^L ibJ***""'u •♦♦j^'^t* *" 

% , t-jV" ^ V^F««♦J^ ^'"r » Hd is as diligent as his brother . %-• 
U« *jX-,t" A-.Jt"«»«*-P't«*JlF ^c} -riV** ^ T"- » H^ behaves as 
civillj as jou. IfV* ^» -Ait- rrr't-LV*'* "r-it- ^-« t We are 
as much grieved as he . ^^-^ imji^m^ A-.i.zi'.^j. --ty.« «f M«f l- 
^^».-ji.j.y..j. , You have as much wit as vour cousin. V|t"««*f -A- 
t*^f j*rP"**»*i- .f.-«f««*- -n-f '^ ULlV*— ^rr . Caesar gained as 
manj victories as Alexander. 

|i</Y p p.tuauiuuMi£iiili nifiuuinu h uthiiji lu it. luVli nuh ipunpit 

SO f SO much , so many , *«// 4^"»""f ^'^ i^b ^ij^**i^" ^* • 

^p op[llf/Ui^ \}*ttft»]; ttX i.m m^}- mjlmi);^ J*.- "fMtV" f^ • YoUr booK 



1 y^Pti i^lrutuMtLutj piunUt luh'iuliiult b'^'f bs^ f^iuiT t/uji^pusf 
t^l, Jl$uijl> tOO' inp opfiitujid \ifp}' mljm^ V f**-** . He is lOO 

greedv of glorv . luo-J-** J-•r^ A-.J'.^fj-i-^f «;t- , You speak loo 
freely . 

f2jtq,Jk2_ nJfi'b Tnore IpuiT less b^' • b"^ ^Ph uqiuif.njb fA^ ^^4 

pwn-V juti.lF£nt. '^ il&ft^t eVfL more jutufitn.li : 



— 62 — 

is not so good as mine. fl-^V'^LV '"* v'^-^i.f'^J'"^^ • F'"^? "L V**- 
«J, im *.jl.-tt« yJ-t^**"- "flc* T"- » He has learned English, 
but he does not speak it so fluently as jou . U,J" i-'c^ ih -^A- 
^m^ J^^mjm^^ "rit" *''S^ t This work is not so much estee- 
med as yours • Q^r-H"'' ♦"At'^-f V^t ^-T^<'j-\-'i-i- '^ f Vtl Ttrf 
'J. 4M>j_w4^ , There is not so much pleasure in the country as 
in town . 2"*•'*'^ '•"• "^Af -^ S^^Vmim -f+.«i. y— , He has not so 
many books as you . 

\\ piulbu tnnu 'Ji ■^utjnLHh Isi^trtu^^ Aa£-% JJtuipi p.u^iv^U 

%IuIl *A ^UtUUIUJUtUlf^Utbu • IJf^P OpJttnul£ • *(j»f •m1'«m«"1. ^;/k |> •J_^ ^jp 

-^ -.,i.«,t- iV^:-^— tr fjt ^- -;^-it- V^^^^? > -i-^Vf-^^ . It 
is very strange so peaceable a man should be so happy in 
war.ljor -r •"•■»• hf -^L-'f -.fi—r— P-F^*** ^ -AL-f F-rVi-J*- . 
"L ""JL !"'^* "fVf- — ■'•f. A man who has so much integrity and 
so many friends, will never want any thing . 

that, ^i, opf,%usli u^t-tV- fH-f "♦ t J^^Lti- -J|:^V+^^ ^— ^^V'»• 
^».^- , He is so ignorant that every body laughs at him. 

^k-uuMitfi '^ 4t^PytP^"*L opfi'liiulitiij. tjp ptuq^utiniu^utli^u 
as , so lAltb uia-tuPp luh-tuliutbuM^ L Jw^piujfij * aS TtlUCll , SO 
much lun-tuPlt uflialrujf_ 1-^PP'y['^ l^ trqiulfli t^njiiBl£u/ii u/ftiit-utlij • 

fiuk as many L. so many iun.tu2b if-njat^uA ut'bnt.$ub^ jn^iu^ 

]» 4!f^p2^ tt'"^lb k lb jnpJ-utiT p-uinpi-ir putiL^ Jft qlfi^b 

as , as much , as many , so, so much , so many '/- #/»««7 

p.uMn.\tlt LkP . opJtUiuli ftlfh <!)«/-,{;«- -^ tp ^Cc^.{-.r -♦ "*j"».-it- 

|^^.j-.^ L. .«;i.-,t-- t^Xm^^Sm^ TlV- -lMV-t . Pompey was not so 
brave and skilful a general as Caesar. 



— 65 — 

dangerous enemy j to life | are intempe- 

£aM.(3jjitjb It. inu^nt-pjit^t • 

ranee sloth . 

\*^uuAp j ftuntnt-iT uibt^uMtT j (^^uiuruui^npi^ Lu h% ^umU 

Prince | often | unhappy are 

aJhtlr Jiuub pt.plru^iq ^itfiutniu^UJa • 

great part their subject . 

Self-love is dexterous all flat- 

utniunu ' 

terer . 
term life short is, that beauty is 

L.U unuii^njb . 
Still 
I QAp lufuut I tun-UMt-ki tun. ^uuuuipiu^ utu$k^hutf_ ^w" 

I No vice is | universally detested 

a»uJpiunmuMt.utltnt.[3-fit^ • 

pride . 

\^libn.utl^ 4 Jhh-uMi^npf ^tub qt-pli^p . 

sun is great earth . 

\^nn.tunni.p-fiult 4" luti-uui^npi inhu^i-fiftt^ * 

Honesty is policy . 

fl/» «fi 4" tAiunutiuW jftt-nnutT nhmpnijp-yutli , lutubnt. ftut^ 

He who is difficult ' in his choice, takes 

qat-iT uAi^uiiT qJutuip ut^tun^nptli • 

He is wicked man world . 

\fUu 4 if-kulr^liiut^nfl/b jhn^nujtb . 

He is handsome 1 two . 



— 64 — 

^^Ae l^i_ npnt-iT I i/tunq.fi^ uttunqjib tun.uji-ir£^ usb ^utijp.lm ^ 

There is nothing that | people bear impa- 

nni-PlrutJfi , | Im. f^*l^[i tnin-tuujf^i | ^tub qu/tiiu^tt^uAu . 

tiently | or forgive | contempt. 

X^it^luutn^ iJujnAu/inn^ iun.mt.tf£^ jiuTCtufu qhpLnjPu uMpJ-iu^ 

world reward often appearance me- 

'blruta , ^umU t^ufttt uibpu pliplifili • 
rit itself . 

\,huuinn ^n ttknisttf-npfli L ^duiUuiUuii^njltb ^u/li utiiJitlitupt 

Nestor was old wise "'» • all 

greek who were at the siege Troy . 

'Xftu L utiJ-tT [lull I uiu^ I tnunJbl^ np Jt^^ k^^pl' ^^C ^ 

Even at this present time | it is said | uba. . man who is 

liuiittt fn/iiiuinnLjb If %iu '^flmuuinp ntfb • 

he is 

\^tuufliui$ijfitb'li l^n ^flini-ujbr Jitfu ^tupfi ^n.^llit^u*f_ '^ ^n-nilir. 

Capitol was edifice celebrated Rome . 

l^nulFfi [B^tut^tuunp nu \flU"fy i]ji'"P^P uiu/lib£^ U^^L. 1j^"*- 

petty king Greece could not bear to hear 

ii.tut.np1i *\\ujnu^tuuuitttbfi I qnth-qhtui^ i/kb P-ttJif.utt.np . 

Persia | called | great king. 

P%if.J^i I ll'st' I *^^^ ^utb qjiu , luukp 'fitu , hP-^ 

Why j should he be ( I , said he, if 

^ ^uMi-tut^nJlt Dttht qliu . 

is not I . 

\^£^ntMfutuipitj nthil^p Jll}*-P tulfittbOu hpl^at-u i^hiitraljtuif.itjU 

Cleopatre had in her ear two fine 

tlutp^utpfttitu I ^uib lip pbiuL. mtmuyiu£^ k-iilrb I • Jl^ tlji 

pearl | that ever had been seen | ; each 

'^ "bn^iMtb^ j tupJ-^p I tun.tut.lsf_ ^tt/U tp/fi Jli£^n% , 

of them I was valued at | million . 



p.utify.tuuitulittib'li It. '^ tf.h ptuif-ptutfutttb , i\ib^i npttf^u tpjfjitu^uittlfu 

'^ ^htuit t^hp^uintutiulii^u ev U. est . tfiip opftiiutli handsome , 
handsomer, handsomest ^J-ViJrjH '• 



— 65 — 

Alexander conquered , 

he wished to conquer . 

( [\p^uti^ ) iuiUiUL.Ir£^ Ifplfftp Jp 4 p-UtqUiuJiupii. , ( utpi^ifi ) 

country is peopled 

it is opulent . 

There is | sense in bearing imperfection 

"HITS » nnyuip 'p '2CuAuf^£^ thinauM ptupt-n^ pltiuunpni-^ 

other, in discovering their good qua- 

lity. 

\yuinq.p^ ^utu/li f^> uipi^uMli iuquiinni-Phiuilp. I*, tupt^iult 

People give nothing freely 

readily advice . 

^jS» tun.iitt.lr£^tptutLp 'p %trnlrfii ou/li i *^ i^fifriu^uib j^pbb^ I . 

There is glory in forgiving | in revenging | - 

XS'u^nttk ^y^' ^PP^'P' u*p*yfii^ yn2u*l*\ill I U. n^ I UMpijMtfi 

man are never happy | nor | 

[^^uutOjU 0inyu$p %npiu ^luJutppJU • 

unhappy they think . 

Nothing is contagious example . 

\\ta^iu^uMbni-Ppt^ liutpp 2ff2y*^"il^'''3 k P^u*Jp Jkitiua 3ih-nlb^ 

prudence circumspect , is an enemy to great achie- 

utnlinuJa-lTutlta . 

vement . 
learned people say thing in word , 

m^l^in^ fuouJtU piuant-ilu L. ^ul/b ^"^ • 

ignorant talk much say nothing . 

delicacy ufrn. taste is gift nature ra- 

putt^pt^ui npufJ^u ft. TC^Jiupfiuilt ^ulbliuip . 

ro true genius . 

5 



— 6G — 

I I see him | , 

I u^ptriT t^tu I . 

1 I love him | . 

*hpp^"'-Pl"-'^' b-utqjiiuptubnL.p-yiu^ | ^tuuuiutuitrutj_^ ^ \^ft *"*"L. 

refinement raillery | consists | in giving 

utpttnliujt TCujptntuptu^imt liifh ^i9iup.ui%nt.(d-liLb , a^ uMtUiUuMpt 

artful turn , every 

wp litupiuu^l^ *liliuMinlTi_ tun. n j iufbt£ trituhjiul^ \ , L qli 

one may discover at whom | it is levelled j , 

utjpit O'luijplruM^ jl^tupujuq^ I *^ Jpin luit^ni-i *l*ujlt I . 

the person rallied may not | perceive it j . 

^UMijnt.J' uUit^iutT MM^iuuiiu^^ nj^ *yP *W "P "'-^'tsb p"* ~ 

It frequently happens that man who has 

i^tt.jr CfUtliliiup L. uiul^iuL. Jtnniiun-nL.fd^tlli , s^ ujpiuil;u 

sense experience, is not 

fiujp€.np fH/q.ntUilr^i , n^tu/I^u "(JP 1£ "p "^'['sf^ uutl^tui. 

received , has 

but usage world . 

p>X»//c./?^L?/ tfujpq.nj 4 tujiiuii^u ^tun^tfiuq , L fun/tp "bnnut 

nature man is mischievous, recesses his 

uptnp ku lujLtn^u ujLjiuuinjq , a/> uuutiu^lrfitujL tto , nn 

heart are impenetrable , confidence in a person, who 

Jputin^uMiT j [uutphtu^i^ I aJb^ l^ t^'t_ k'**pb ^J""*^^"**-"/* • 

once I has deceived | us , is a thing dangerous . 

{[p fuUt^-uij f^ij- ptup^u uiniufthunu fti.nnq I 'liJuMlihui^ I 

He who rejoices at the good done his | fellow-creatures | 

k H-jthutla-l; unjhuiliu piuphniun nnptub %tu np tuitlbl; 

is nearly beneficient he who confWs 

q^piupftu . 

benefit . 

X^innbpnu IrqL. [S-hnh-U "JbnjbKtuJt utjn Jhb- nnuuift L. 

Antony was perhaps great man 

')\L.if.numau , iuj[_ ^ui | i^qti- j %nJUuiliU Irp^^ubjiti npu/^u 

Augustus , but he j was not ( fortunate 

gitut 1 » 



1 JJ'u^pR k P-nqni-i^ qjuutLuii. ••{>«) V** 'tJ'* 



— 67 -— 

He is learned that he has not his equal. 

QiintfiuJ* ^y^nujliu ^nJuffiiftnu I pbinnlrauMi- I P'tu^utcnp , *f^"^ 

When I was chosen | king , in 

Stead I of being dazzled | by sudden unexpected 

tMtJp.uipiJuiJpu flitu JbnJ-trtu^ uLnA ^ j L. n^ ^uMutuUk^ 

elevation, he refused offer, | and could scarce be prevai- 

uu#c. I nbiLmlUlfi auMjtt (putjaj auiai/uJUfUJinn^ u£uirituinuittop 

led on I to accept it by repeated intreaty 

Roman near relation . 

Wcf"'WrV ^u'^itiB** i^" tujitin^u iLiu^utp nnu£^u "bnoiu kj*f' - 

Those tree are not green they were . 

Xft^p MM/rLut^pb ij-utu ^ utpiintfu IrnliutpM apiMitfU auij^ult • 

Our first lesson is not long other . 

His library is large | he will never 

^tiuL. j i^fi-hnltinu^ nutiHibuijU *^t-P V^-tP" * 

be able | to read all his book . 

\3L* \\pPnt.Pfit% "y^n-ni^utlinuld-k-uMh It. ^i-nnuii^nnt.f<ih-u!h 

( 13 1 14 ) U ♦ Now it heppened that . il_. and precious stones 
of every species . 

p, . \\pP-ni.p-fit^ l^t-b-t/uA L fdiu/pgf.t/uAat.^iruMh ( 7 ) \) * 

prince, said the vizier, \i» till he returns. 



68 



'Ml U C 



3Ua,U4>D P-nhUilUfu U\>Ii^U*bU6 



^nt-iu^uiit utt^ui^utitp iiuftnujputpp f&nuna pniutf* aiu*n.tu_ 



One, 4 . 
Two, trJ— • 
Three , Vft* • 
Four , i-f M . 
Five , AJ.l.f . 
Six , i>5 . 
Seven , V^P-^ ♦ 
Eight, «^p. . 
Nine, ttt . 
Ten , if«i«n»l» ♦ 
Eleven , jytftmuJu . 
Twelve , Vri"«f»***'«*'' • 
Thirteen , VfV*«>»»«»«»^'*« • 
Fourteen , ^-fVf •f**"*"^ - 
Fifteen , 4tf Vr*""**''' • 
Sixteen , •^-lytm-mit , 
Seventeen, VeP''>»'^«»«««'»^ 
Eighteen , m^fLU^mnl . 
Nineteen, J.l1.t-ij,i«i.t , 
Twenty, +*>mU . 



Twenty-one, +»#.tUJ}. . 
Twenty-two, fmHtU-VfJ— ♦ 
Thirty, VfV— ^. 

Forty , frntrnmumJU , 

Fifty, )l,.^Ju. 
Sixty, ^«.p-«-».1.. 
Seventy , V*^'*^'"""'-'*' • 
Seventy-one , ^cJJ^mlmttmi-X U. </)•• 
Seventy-two , V*?-**''''"-"-^ ^ 

Eighty , mmJlumJU . 

Ninety , J,Uh— t . 
Ninety-one, fut-^^t U 4 . 
Nirfety-two , J.U«-^l,UVri— . 
A hundred , A^fJ.-p i . 
Two hundred, Vr^"" 4*ft-r • 
A thousand , ^m^m^ , 
Two thousand, Vrl-«- ^•"•L-r ^ ' 
A million , ^tf"'*' • 
Two millions , Vf ^— 4L^"^ . '** 



1 Hundred L Thousand lun^mi^ jpiyi jiun-iu^nj ijot^ « 4» 

/34" ^ ^htniuq.uMj ^njut^u/tUt fi^^ jnt^tulift . /jo^ opJtUutli A hun- 
dred years , A-•r^-^ '^^* • ^ thousand persons , A«H«t-.p "•'•jj'>»f = 

2 Hundred L Thousand jnpJ-uMiT tlutpl^ l>ppU. i^njuMl^iub^ 'p 

^uiM-uMpu*^iu% u/tincu/itu uinjftnt^ 'p irt^iuil^uAlb S • qfp oppiiutQ 

So many hundreds of men , ■Ub"L'*f A•*r^'•rV•*i•• •«r«*l»? • So ma- 
ny thousands of women , U,;»t.«"f Sim»i,mp\:>^\- t^i'^^Aj * 



— 69 — 

' W/u uAtf^tujpM uM%fuuifip $uuft twenty-one , twenty-two 
lA , thirlj-one , thirty-two , L one and twenty , two and twen- 
ty , one and thirty , two and thirty ^ lA t — \^u^ '^ (9^ni.ut^uAa 
iniupunj ^up fAuii- one and twenty, two and thirty, <<#/^ 

irum uttLut^y IrquAtu^^ft tWenty-OnC , thirty-tWO . qnp opfi^ 

jmS\i 1622 , John Napier, a native of Scotland, invented loga- 
rithms in the year one thousand six hundred and twenty-two . 

n.ftu hundred uiutnu* 4 *foi^k-£^^tunLutiMfj^t.u U> and, mip on^'hut^ 
A hundred and one . ^•-rf'-f t*. 4 . A hundred and two , 4«*„ 

ipj, ^^mS , VfJ^j- It. Vrh- , ib'i»b'^ jtuUif.ilutliu!blib once , 
twice , thrice l liuiW three times . ftuti utji^ ■^.mom^^m , At^fii^M , 

'l^al^y- 1 f^ % [h^l^ tiuultfJtuJp. *fi ilh-nuMj p.tuatuniutli [9'nuiul^ut^ 

%lfu ^fLutit.1^ times mU^mS . 2."/* «y»^^««4 four limes ♦^w^.Jrj*. , 
five times 4Xf Jj- , L% t 

First, mm.mil^ • Fourteenth , t."rV*i"*'"«<«'''V^ 

Second, Vf ir"fT * c"fT* 

Third, Vff-rr • Fifteenth, Ai.^V«»»-'-«*''«Vf "rr • 

Fourth 2 , t-ff-ff . Sixteenth , {.Vi.f-«»-''''tr-rr • 

Fifth, 4j.XfVf-rr' Seventeenth , V«P-'>''*-f«--^V^ 

Sixth, ^V:tr-rT' r-rr* 

Seventh, V«P''»'Vf-fr • Eighteenth, —P't-,pi«.-lVr"fT* 

£ighth , -"-P-Vf "rr • Nineteenth , J,ttU«^i«.i.'J»Vc"Cif . 

Ninth , f'''''*'Vr-f r • Twentieth , +«««»'J.Vp-f "j- • 

Tenth, if.*##«1»Vf-cf . Twenty-first, ♦••'*''«tf-rr •*- 

Eleventh, Jt'»'"«"'-'''Vf-rT ♦ •^•«2}*Vf-fT • 

Twelfth , Vf i-f«^"«^'^Vf-rT • Twenty-second , ♦••-•''•Vr-f t 

Thirteenth, VfV^^f *"'*^Vr-fT» Mr-rr • 



1 Thrice ij.ntj!i nt-plr^ 'b^pt '• 



— 70 — 

Thirtieth, tftr-^Vp -rT • Seventieth, yjJ-mXmJu^^np^' , 

Thirty-first , VrV-'^Vr"fT Seventj-first , 45; . 

M».M2ttr"rr • Seventy-second , 4p . 

Fortieth, f-.*-.«..VVf-rr ♦ Eightieth, -^.p.-'j.Vt-rt. • ^ 

Forthy-first , i.mm.m>ik\^pmp^ Eighty-first, js . 

"••^-•2>VrTr • Ninetieth , J.tl...'utf „f f . 

Fiftieth, ^?.-Hf-rT* Ninety-first, iJ-. 

Fifty-first, J-5i. Hundredth , A-ff-rVf-rr • 

Sixtieth, 'i.«P"«'''tr"rr • Thousandth , A-.t.^fVr-rt • 
Sixty-first, Js* . 

*o*l- «*"— 1^^ . Vr?r"fr -H'^'^f hrtr -H*"*^. L-rr-rr -''- 
^i-mS , uiuf, lun. ufbij.ilutgliu first , Secondly , thirdly , fourthly , 

y 'A #■/»£. t^^uuMliuthuiij , <2#Y» opftbutli fifihy , ^.?' S 

the first f f-f + -.— •..j^J.t . chapter the second , ^f^h Vrb"rT ' 

l&nt-tu^uM%op jutjm tuiuUk'lt iu%^j^iuqjin niili-inil_ abnu^t loi^ftt-u 

the . iinp op[,%uul^ George the Third , 4»t"r'}' Vrr tt » Lewis the 
Fourteenth , im^>^m{JI,\nH j-f t*f -— ^Vf-rr • 

HTP ^pt*'""^ He died the fourth liiuiT on the fourth of Novem- 
ber L liuiiT November the fourth, ^pV**"^" ^«« '\ VtCCT"*'^ 

QnpJ^MMiiT pusn-^^' m,*.mllX'U , mm.mH.I+'U , ^pilM» , ^fH^i^ 
t^iufufA(9^u*^ pi/iuuut ftb^ jiuputpkphuqirii , t^q. uin.iu9^nal* 

i^ijt the former^ L ffbq. ^p^n^t the latter^ u^^ftmlinlu jiu_ 

ittibiupt utrn-u L. iiuJhiitujh f^pt.u • ^p opfp^utli |^n>iMf f(l<n>{ttiMl*f 

«i«r- qj-ij.-^ 2-.'u«.jj,i. -itVl '^ ^-f !--* ^V^ i^TSm^^n^^Ju u F-f-»._ 

«{iM4M{<MtMi.^{.i.t {wff N*;; . The virtues which the Persians care- 
fully inculcated , were truth and goodness , sobriety and obe- 
dience ; the two former make us resemble the gods j the two 
latter are necessary for the preservation of order . 



— 71 — 

, The half \^J^ , the third ij««*r the third part tfr-rr**^"'*'^ » 
the fourth liuttT the fourth part ^•Mt^Mfif ^ iA , np npmku mh^ 

uuAp hit itnppb pui£ ^tMMuiu^uAa tJun.uA^/iii% J^tuiP t$UL.lf£aa.uj^ 
■ ^"'L. P"***-^" part np 4° v^mI* 1 : 

%iu^ ItHh* \>H >f>):-\, t^m^m ♦t,VrJ>«»f.'u . I saw them both. — "CL"- *^ 
utuyi_ VfV+J'''' , L"^t+^^ . t^'b ^tt three , all four , «#/// b''i^^ v^^ 

lyri-*- Vf J«"- t^nfitb 'b two by two (JonT two and two . 

Ij P il-u B.^ Wb p. n M3.M U.'u* 

Double \(\}X , VrJ"f"f ^{ . treble VrV+«i««"»«H » fourfold +m^ 

•toiMwjtMi^^^ , A.'ijr , jutiJrnnil_ '^ ^"fJP putqutp^ui^ [3'nL.in^u/lttuq 



1 l7f i"*- V*"*"f-««»''* , tfV* i>»mmmSmmU , luuhib h two thirds , 
three fourths , l^ * 



72 



"L U. P * -P C 



Lewis was protector lear- 

ning . 
Hospitality is duty mano 

Seine is long Thames, but 

wide rapid 

When Mahomet took Constantinople 

u*Jh%uMjti JlPiB "/* quinif.uiqnuauAi^ttb aatpat-buuii* 

all Greek who cultivated arts 

j took refuge | in Italy. 
y^nipn^l^u L \}i.pjtufltif.liu h-pl^npfifL ^tpiu^a.^iu^ tn^t-p^nt- 

Sophocles Euripides famous tragic 

poets 3 were Athenian . 

)u<</n^ ipp ^putnu tfut tip iMMba.uMtf ^tunilJujflraunq trnqnilpi^hiub 

games that Titus gave Roman people 

hijh'u udtu Diuu-utunub Jpihi^'pn * 

cost him ni.^. 

George | was crowned j at abbey | 

I {[ukupJ[^u[,l, , 'f, 22 ukuiuiti/pt^pl, 'P 1761 • 

j Westminster September 

planet revolve | round the sun | Saturn ma- 

miunl; *^*-p ip^jul* il30 «»«^ t '\ni.uUP-iutj^ t/12. s^ptuutli 

ke its revolution . year, Jupiter , Mars 



— 75 — 

#2 luJb , }jpi^p *t '^ ""^ lluMiT ^365 wt.ni.pu L ilk- J tfuii/u , 

Earth or day hour, 

l^nuulruMllfi ^225 uiuni-pu , U. i^utjituti- nnjb jt-n^u luJJtuu * 

Venus Mercury month . 

Inuupiiii np 4" uippuibhiuli k-p^pfi P-iui.iui^ ZT'-P^. '5^'"/f5'*- 

moon which is Jb satellite »p . earth revolves round it 

'ff 27 ust-ai-nu , f7 ffuii/ii L. ^ft 43 iltujpi^tuAu ■ 

in day , hour minute . 

p>ca/5 ) n* fAp-tuqtu^qp I luntri^iu^uth I Irfd-h "^ I '/^ 29 

But 1 does not overtake | ^js sun | in less than | 

utt.nt.nu #12 J-uMi/u £i '^ 44 ilu^p^lruAu • 

Q^Jhn.% biijt. uiptuiku [ujtum '[i 1709. | '^^i. qj^ ^t ^^/^ 

Winter was severe | that there was but one 

<ift[d-h%li IfLiuq I '^ i^iu^ijw ni-nira nt.p I tlJ^ I 

olive-tree that resisted it | plain where | there had been | 

utn.iui.tri ^u*f* ttmuMuU ^luaiun • 
^iu7(tun% QuAnitp ihuslilrqiui. f^f- pniluAi^tu^ [9-utu.uti.npnt._ 

temple Janus was shut during the whole reign 

(d-ftiUliU \jntJiluM *t[ni/ufli£^nu^ « J putjq J^*" "fp'"pbk I '^l^i^ 

Numa Pompilius | but from that time | to 

^P^ut^tui^npni-PJtt^ \\huutpnu \^t.^nuinnup ^ n^ ^ iput^htu^ 

Caesar Augustus was 

knU. 'iiui £r/74^ n^ hp^^uu * tiu»n-ut9pl»1i jf»m tuiutu^Unt 

shut it but after 

iMintHtlt^buMli uiuiinhpiuqin^ , L. t-pi^pnpi^ lu'lMt^iuiT ^jfi^li 

punic war time 

iCutl^ututiuJtuputJui \^^inpn'iip , nt-pustiop \^t.u.nutnnu Ir^iup 

battle Actium^ where vanquished 

a\^mnbjibau • 
Antony . 

^hpni^nin tM£tumiH ilhq tfltuMpAp ^lupu^q , k[3-l^ iP'^ ^utuiulffi 

Herodotus tells us uim. ancient Persian that from age 

'yUi^pa lUt/iun quuutb^ %npuj ( "5 ) ^piu^uA^t^pb a^uphuAq 

year they instructed their 

Jutblint^u ^***JM J^cb" bv" ' 'b ilff*pk£_ uhpfi^uMp , 

. child only thing, to manage li^ horse. 



— 74 — 

I to make use | -bn. . bow , and to speake truth . 

\\ huuMp 'p Uiu^uit. ^uiU t^tuiiU utilu jnftu \ ^niuJuibuMmutn h-l£iua | 

in when | he commanded j 

Gaul 5 took city , 

'hnt.iu'ZCtruMq £rp£rp ^tunfiL.n uMqa.u , i/utpmt-ui€. pMuqnuiT luti _^ 

subdued nations, fought several 

tf-tuiP *^ ^iupt^lruM£_ 7Cutl£iuuint. pbi^t^t^iT ^P^H 'Ihijt"^b3 

in pitched battles against 

P-£liuiJbiua • I ^nnututlilrutq j ajp JJtj^nb , It. t^tu^ui^ dfttun 

enemy; | he cut in pieces | , took another 

*'UL. ^ih"^ t^pb * 

prisoners . 

( IS , 16) U • This will make me acquainted . iL; in all tho- 
se who surround them . 

f\ . l^pPnuPfiJli \nt.b-i/LA L ^uMftn.Jiu%ni.piruM% (8)1)' 

After having spoken thus . iL,. but dare not tell you what it is . 



TOf 



— 7S — 

Thou 1 , He t«« » f"" , ^<«* • it il^p2t^iu tuju fUiut utrn-Jt if-fii/ajijllt* 

f[Afi lupuiliiuii he^ pi^iu^uA she, ^qng it. ^"ip'llp^ ungtu 'ft 



n- 




I, v.. 


n- 




we , Jt* • 


u- 


of 


me, K. 


1]. 


of 


us, Jtf . 


s- 


to 


me, flj. 


s- 


to 


us, 4^. 


^• 




me , ♦Lf.- . 


<• 




us, ^Jt^♦ 


p'- 


from 


me, ^ftfet. 


p.. 


from 


us, '^ JtH 



bn^pnoo' q^vD-'P. thou f"- • 



n- 




thou , T"- ♦ 


fi- jcj you, r-'-+- 


D- 


of 


thee , +- . 


U . of jou , jVr • 


s- 


to 


thee, +V^» 


S. to you, JOU, jV^. 


^• 




thee, tiV^. 


<. you, ^jV^. 


f^. 


from 


thee, '^♦!;^. 


p. . from JOU , 'J. jVt^ . 






— 76 — * 

IjppnP'b 'VVO'-l^* he , she, it i- 
vijimlfvid uknfif he 

fl. he , !•-« 4«««/* J-l. A • (!• they, t-*-. . , 

U . of him , 'Umpm , U . of them , 1.-5-. . 

S . to him , tJ- . S • to them , 'Um^m . 

^ . him , «t1»-« , ^ • them , ^tJ."—. . 

f\. from him , 'J. tZ-H . p.« from them , > '•-j-l't- 

li(f.iulftuG, uhnfiy 9he 

h^mlfji . Qn^Gutlfli . 

n . she , ^m ti%» 

U . of her, Qn^iiu^uAti tiyit 4 f»^^ 

S . to her, jn^usliu/iili 4!rC'iJtP^'"L 

^ . her , nArnuthni^tuU he . 

p.. from her, 

n • it, 1..#, -•;t, /t^. 

S- to it, 

utn$uuuMUhu • 

^. u, 

f\ . from it , 

^V-T. ^ f V^V:^i , c?•P•Vr^^r v*ir . Here is a good book , read 



V _ 77 — 

it. 13L4-»-- 'tfi H^^**""^ ^ • A-jV*? c'-r **A . There is a butterfly, 
look at it. 

%umIi u*y. •t-«fP-'-5 '«•''• Vf t/-i— *.J^ , ij^ ^«.tj.*+'Lt-'L 1 1 Don't awa- 
ke the child , it is fast asleep. 

uut n.liJh L. abm-P-fii^i , iiujbJ-utir ftiiin tupuM^u/li I^umiT fti^iu^ 
lluiU q.fiJiuq np Jtumnt-auMbft %nauM^ qilrf^ ^ he ^tuW SuB . U. puin 
tujuiT uMftut^iubp yii m^\^tm^ , ^mimUm)^ , /iw4 , +«i-1» , m^.^ , U!U , It. 

tujjuiunifo It. uuiLuipftbai-PfiiJitp z 

ft fuouhriU aliuMt-ni-a u^iunut 4* ijjfpf'l <^2f o/'a-x'^M'^ ij.tniu^ 
^lintHtq. she. qnp oftftliiuli \k *\»m>-m^mU'^^mY^ \'*'l\ + •♦'S.c'' P"*^? t ''"^ • 

iS/je is the best sailer in the fleet . 

invself V" f'J'A , ^^- t thjself <i-"- J-t^l. , •t.+Vi., himself "»••* f^A, 
^J,v+t (ii/^), herself t- ^1.^.1. , .{.f^^l. (^^), itself t- ^tft , ^J-^A 
(^4^). ourselves 4f ^'• +"*•?'''• , t^^if yourselves i fx-f f^*T«J''«, 
xjVi. ) themselves t-^ «♦ J-tftJ^I. , ij,^1.f V-''*" , i^«^ ^/»Ajf ^" utm-bg ^ 

^innuMq-nlruttpu ^n£nilpii puin ufutnq^ q.k-puttini.u/i/tf *[i ^hiuli 

"liiufuifiiltju cfy to ^ from. 

\^n. 'ft iniui^L Lu qo[int.p-fit^ piuitfiti , utuji my own self 5 
thy own self. ^/» opfiiiiu^ \jh f1»+l.J,t •««f«Mff •L'*';t • ' ^*^ ^^ *"}' 
own self. 

one's self 5 himself, herself, itself, themselves . ^«^ oftjtitiuli 

^h i-ff •'"•^rr".? .».«»i, »t_i«A.jl. ji»,t4trVr ^''•Li^f•• » One ought not to 
abandon one's self to an extravagant passion 2 . QV^t'"'** 
.j^pc-t-* , He amuses himself with trifles, umju^^ ^,^m^Tim>^m^__ 

f\*yputlini-UMbp ni-q^utl£ui%a i^UU iuMn.ut9 oumU t^atyu . ^*"J^ 
^ut^u/bp q^tj^ Jp^n tjljflifi piuffib * L tnntal^iu%% JJt^ tJ^'b ^"U~ 



1 Xi^h *"**- Jb "^ ^j^% p««i^V tuub yourself T"- ^''•♦^ 

2 One S self luufi fuoukrinif^^ ipUf^^iuUnun Jfitnii : 



— 78 — 

^luliu/ltfi^ . qnp onft^ut^ \y.*t «<«»«««pj. +lr»t ^VI^iT * * tolcl It JOU . 
\*u^ yp-^ pufpi '"-^'AjA q^trm fit-n ^lUMfuiu^pni-P^Jiub ^"f'^t "(>- 

uiku to lift up ^»4i>JUmi, to give over '^ p-«j P-i—Lf ^^ . J'*iP'~ 

J-tuiP ^umjoumIiumIi r^hrniubnt^lib n^'ft 'p Jh9 puMjfih L. Iiutfuiui^pnu^ 
(d^hu,^i% , ijnp op\,'biuli ^m^^ ^-.^T VP-V ^-r^" • Lift It up, if JOU 

can . f^^ft.^* t*^'*♦ t}"" • The physicians have given }iiTn over. 

f'p-^ i^lrnuMlint^i u/lAutfuij-Jin utniul^u/b ftqk utn.uMitij tO ft , iutpi_, 

iTUMlT tUtlUlu9^ DU/M UUtUnilulM » IPP OnnUUlIl ^mtm^ Ititf 'J'f^^ <^ , 

Give him a pen . \^u^ k-[9^ tf-hnu/bnifbti nt^ft^ft i^utfuq.Jipu to 
t^uMtT tfu*Jl_ ^usfut^^n , luipttS-UMiT unilnnujp.iun ilitnutr^uMU t^uiiu^ 

^t ' qpp opl^^i^k 'b"*" ^"•TTrr" ♦^r«**rtf tJ"" |?*"c^fT"5 ♦"? » You 
have imparted jour mind to him . 

liutfu q^tianpiul^u/bn. it m iuujuj 1P-t*lp* J PP^Pt t^*^ i '*• """l*" 
qk*uIiuM!t tf.lTQtulini^lih . utiutn^u » \}t» ^iT, i^mim t«» , ^«* \; » It is I 9 
It IS thou , It IS he . ujji_ ««/" htjuiUtuI^ [uouftQ 'bf*pb 'A """""w 

*l,nyif kuMliutb r^-hftuMbni-ufli^u I , ^/lOM y he y lA , tjinplih L 'fi 
u£iuintuuluuibjiu ^uMnqJh^ia 'A ciS/^ iilr ii^Jutli^ utn-uAq q^hjjy a^uf^ 

liuib p-uMjU am. \:S • i^tft ojtJt%iu^ fl" V "r 4«*«f J-ttj- •^•^-t.M.it . — 

t»» , Who knocks at the door ? — I . i^nfuuAm^ tuubinj I am . 

'hy^ h*"k"A 1-frputbnuutii^u 1 y thou y he y she tA , iliupJA L 

*ft p.utijtuq.pni.p-ltiA ^hinuJi^tuj fiJuMumfiai^ U. 'bJuilihuiq tr/To^'W . 

'b"- if"tf«f-A V«» i"*!^ ^f"« , You are jounger than I (♦-♦t 
V» ) - ^- «tV«* J>«''»«»«f"»-^ t ^ ^** » He is as learned as thou (-r„ 
-it- T- ) • ITV* t-H t.jT.i.-.f ^f^^- -wXl,/^ , «fj^.f U 1-., We 
have as much trouble as he , ^tf s 

f\ufanc</* t^y^usbnt-UMtip trt^hunj^ *p Jftiuujtlt p^q-nhu q^hintu^. 

1r«*V , You 5 he and I are very busy. blP"'.>r ♦"» \¥^ *" ^ T"*- 
«.iif-.lo£. Vf+ I Your brother, jour wife and you were present . 

\jfi^^iujf[ip ^pl^t»% ( npm^u aJinuibl£U ) aij^hnutltni-utliu *fi 

JJi L 'hnpM puAu » %m ^inffV •tfV'L ^ ^y-rVt He esteems and 
honours you . C^-pA- \>*>]*») ^Sm !•- J'-l'^;? ^li** » I thank and 
will always thank him. U^^V•^ iS**** ^ Jt^««rVJ'» I love and re- 
spect him y L%t ' 



— 70 



I Those who | flatter great ruin 

Falsehood is odious. . 

Lady are you glad j to have seen j new pie- 
ce ? — are. 

slave , born to command ! Alas ! | it is but 

too true I that am . 

^«*j£ L hu ^uiJlunftJh tPh lrn9u/liliiit.PJiub ujjup ut^uip^fi 

believe that happiness this world 

^luuuiutinhtu^ pqi^ I '^ /^'""-L. I qu^utnutii "PB 4/""- 

consists I in fulfilling | duty pre- 

iltuitriui l/U Jha» 

scribed to us . 

XjPh f^^k q-J-ni-utpfib j '^ ^iiJItnL. ntllthi | nJhn p.utnlinL.pfiuh , 

If be difficult | to rule | our anger , 

4 fun^iv^uAat-P^tA I autn-iuPu ni^hi I uipitT » 

is wise J prevent | <ijs - 

\^t^f^ut U£uipmfi qtii-p 7infunt.(9^cJbu ^niliuUuMunnnt.l9-huAMb 

England owes her riches a,p . encouragement 

^p p!£^ Jiuutnt-au/b^ pi-nncifh ^ta^iu^iu'Auin.ni-Ph uit§ . 

that gives herl commerce. 

|tm^ lrpli.tr^tf iuiLiuutuiiha^i^ umiuUI; qJhq p.iuanuit' u/L^iuiP 

desire of appearing generous renders often 

lavish . 



"iilttt tj^hiy Irli jJi^uiiliMtb ulrn.lt : 



— 80 — 

viriue has all that can raa- 

ke lovely . 

W**!" ftltA. fAif- ni.W ^hlbiul^jltu q-nu , L hu | luuiu^ft^ j 

Tell with whom goest | will tell | 

what art . 

wicked | cannot | bear sight vir- 

tue ; because 

ht • condemns ; j are exasperated | ir- 

ntui^t^ ntit^i^t;J' linnuM • 

riladed against 

^t//* *?? "/' ^ «^2"» ^"4 auIliAUli , j q.niJb nt,ptp j ^ 

man who is always satisfied with | seldom | is 

'bnpiuiku iJuMjinj . 

so with other, 
readiest way to be cheated is to think cun- 

Jfttn ^idb I 'U^l^ t * 

ning I other people | . 

man slothful is a burden hour ( hang 

nfib I '^ 4!f["*U ttt*1f ^**P"* ' qjpouhnL. , U n^ if.fiink 

heavy | on his head ; trifles , and knows not 

what to do . 

\yuMnn.fi^ liU unilnntuptun tupiit^^u utpif.ujpusq.utui tun. luivut^ 

man are commonly so just to vir- 

oj^nt-P-ftiUti , 7^ q.nilh-% qhut Jtyijf t ^w^ jnpJ-anr ^tli 

tue 5 that praise in others , even when 

otruthp I n^ yi i^itph- tup^qlrli I i^tut . 

I do not practise | it . 

QnpJ-iuiT no J sn-iniubli I q^itt'iiq.^Uin jjtlt^hutii , ptiq-ni^iutpi 

When a man | finds no | rest it is vain 

4 ^tq.plrj_ n^yli "fjLP^P * 

to seek elsewhere . 



— 81 — 

To be too much dissatisfied «np»- • is weakness , to be 

too well satisfied is folly . 

\Xl-ni'[iu kp uiufuiut%p ntfi* tuis^uMt/hiiutui pifb ^t-^^^nt-^ 

Adonis was youth «&«.. extraordinary beau- 



ty. 


Venus loved passionately . How- 


4-j* 


1 tri^ *hiu (d-^t-iun. { '^ mhautbh^i tjhuM uuiut^ 


ever 


1 she had misfortune | to see kil- 


'bhuti^ 


j '^ ilutpuii^ Jfin^k 1 • u*ji_'but ifinluuMlihftuihtu^ tfhuM 


led 


I by a wild boar | ; but changed 



I into an anemone | . 
Idea his misfortunes pursues , torments 

overwhelms , 

God has said , shall love your enemy , bless tho- 

ujt^ npp uibjtitu^k'lA qJtlra, I puipft luniup^^ | 'Un^ui npf> 

se that curse | do good | to those that 

^uttuibrlrini aJtIrq, L. iuno(3-lra^^ ihuuti gttjbnap^ **PB p'^'C 

persecute pray for those who slan- 

piuuk% qJtt-q» 

der 

li • ^pp-nt-P-fii^ X^iLnq-utiini-p-t-ijuh L. [\t.nnujq.pa£.(3-/FUjit 

(17, 18) U* I shaW not yet stop there, il^. at a flight 
of steps . 

p. . \\p(3^ni-P^lii^ Xac.b^Jht'b L ^utp,i.t/h/bni.pt^uA (9) U • 

Why not, said Mahmoud . it; what have you heard? 



— 82 — 

nutptrpiu^uUtp I 

My \S, J-Jf. Oar, Jtf , Jtff - 

Thj ♦- , f-j*. Your, jVf , jVf ♦ • 



His ^ 

Her V t-r , ^-r+ . 

Its ) 



Their , l-j-* , t-j^ijf 



utUnt^utb ijon.kuMi_,^l^i , t^nft o^IjIiumIi ^"»jp J J*, Mv father, IP'^Jf 
^- , Thy mother , 'b-rVf* I"-r . His 4""^ Her daughters , t'fc » 

Mine, \S, fX-jJ-t. ^/^ , J,J'-.;ft* . 

Thiue, +-J , f-^J-l. . -f^-jf , *";{''»•+ . 

His J 

Hers C , J.-r . J-r-jt-t 

Its ) 

Ours, Jtr. 4r-jFi" 4rf. "tr-j^W . 

Yours , jVr , jVf-;^^ . jVr* . jVf-;^■»•♦ • 

Theirs , t-ji** . t-ji^;* . 

)]#i^a< juBftiu^yputtiufl, uuiutjut^ut'lig iuu^*b , qb J'lf* """-^ 

\mj^\f U J,/- , Your opinion and mine . iT-fV-'*' fJ* ^ *-; . My 
book and yours . 

^hptuliu/bg ^nifulpi %iu^q.plii^u of,to, from . 



— 85 — 

n?in. uutuiqnqliU U. n^ C}"h umuiaft^jli ( nptM^I;u 4" jff*" • ti. ^h 
'tph' ^ * (\t.uutp 'p fuouh^u/lii^ ijliniuq [ifi^ np Jiupi^nj ufiutn^u/^ 
^'As/'* ***"^ll' k his . ti. tijuuiinliu/ljlr£njlt IguilMiuba' utuhj^ heV llutiT 
hers • ptinn nnnt-tT g^h-nu/bntHltli pq^ qoq.uj^uJiu ^umiT lu/niupitrniu^ 
liu/i* . qnp opfttiujli ^m^^X >,\^\; ^.^—f T"-"'^r ^ ^'^Jt^ ^t*T """'♦•f » 

The falher loves his daughter and the mother her son 1 • 

QnnfrtuJ* iiuin.^itibnL.n h't^ Jnaiu luit-qn piultb thnfuuAiui^ 
his y her r^-WpiM^nt-u^^ i^tft one's, qnp op^'ittuli \omi,m\mU»^{i^JU 

t Vfi"'-- L'^r" "^"^Vl j'^t.Vi**''' ^'-r"'*'^» It is prudent to have two 
strings to one's bow . <^mp^ Jj Sm^^mj Jt.«,j_ ^m^ •IV^^"'• . One must 
live according to one's income . 

fYlrpu,l!ini.u/ii^u mine , thine , his , hers , A.^/ , i^%lfii ypphUl 

LutiT qtuutiifuslt iTuMni^nJji qnptl^ l^ piulMli • tinp oppbut^ *lj *** t '•*''~ 

4-.*.-.^-.f J./ <J-^«**'»'VLf ^ W l.^'*•VL •^■"•j-tr-rr ? It is hers to be 
faithless, it is mine to be constant . 

fuount-P-ht^ lUMuh-jriL. '^ t^ptuj uuttuquf^uA i^hpu/bni-utfiqu Jny ^ 

thy, his, her, our, your, their, puin.q. own 4-.f-..t-.«^ , ..V-i^ 

^lJ"*'it ' I 'o^^ ^i™ ^s mj own brother. ^»— .tj^t il^fO^ "t 
yml>+ £,m'U'^m1m\'ymy , He has Contributed nothing of his own. 

ancqu/lilri^ qtuan.iuii^qu , apiuplf qufJu IpuiT q^tinu/ltjiu nt.pnt^ , 

idi^Cl^ £l tuMht^^l^iuI^utliftb ^nli r^t-pu/hnuu/ttan. , "fit u^iuptn 4" 

liul-lr^ll.£^ p unuuM It. t^c^njutl^uilt fi'l'^ utUni^i nuin uffiuiiijpq • np^ 

uiftujtg l/ii relations , friends , men , people, l^> . h- tuubi^opl,_ 
'ituMli [tUL my relations , thj friends . 

f\%t-piu'itntAu ^ifip: Its 4i"vt 'b*'"^ utlt^t^t^ tp"*3 ^ VPE" 
nuijnj jnpJ-tuiP jplii^^u/hni.p uho-Ji 'Jjf^ptsl'^' * ITP «/'/'^"'4 

^m^^ifU U. tf2-»i-«j+ \-^ , The town and its environs . Q) ^ 



j[ ^!np puut puin-jni Puipi^tfutblfusi iJitnutitut^unM JiuijU l^ih , 

II padre ama suo figlia , e la madre sua figlio . liunT '^ iftpli . 
Le p^re aime son lille, et la mere sa His. 



— 84 — 

il},-1» t-fft , The snake aod ils hissings. — XXjl j"^^'"'^ 

utbnt.utlipu his J heV 9 JieVS ^ jtum lUfiuiliutlt ^luiT fi^iu^u/b q-[>^ 

iiai-Phu/bq ^no-t-nj , uiutnut I; '^^•l_ '^«/«*' Jp^n uiniu^tuliuth 
t^.knu»liai-uiJp.» qnn opftbutli ^mim^^m^^mU^t ^SmifX J««f , YoU hUFt 

mj finger. ]u-r«»»-»iV5-»- F-rJ **—:•*♦» He has broken his leg. 
i|«f«jM 1m tl-VL" » She has lost her wits. 

|t fuouk-f uMiL. tIhnJtuML.npu It. tun. piuplm^utilh , JbpJt q.ltb-t/p 
unilnntupLUin 'ji ^uijni.Jii auuiutqiul£utbt^ J.J. UMjf^ juju^£lnu^ijniipu 
*^ p-iuj P-nqrtL. TTiy ^ L u£utpt[tuu£^u luuft , S^'^tt ^^^ ^""^f ^ ' 

How do vou do, father? pn^^fV"*- ^-j* SmU\mJUM ^tuW mf,^'\;m\i, 
J./, Farewell , children . fV-fVi""*** , V{ ♦»j-r ♦ Friend , come 
here 1 , ZA t 

\^a.tu2l> UMlinuuMba tunl/biu^qni.piritAt ^tLbJ^ pUiui^ Juit^iu^ 

q.piuliu/b u/isnuu/iigu Master, Mistress ku'J' Miss, SVr. S^i^'>•• 
qnp opl^ia^ Q<**1^'^ mj^m if,- VT.F«r +--^ , Recommend me to 
vour brother . XP-r" tyti— r**^" !"^ •''"r *'"'^ » Present my re- 
spects to jour mother. 

fKinqnt.tJ' uA^uitf i^npiuntu/l^ tuu/r/nj* |pj» mA 'J. iify^yUm^^mytt 
H"!7 . l?f !"*■♦ "J'JI^ '^ ^m[\:\H.Smy {"-f-j , utu[t ju/it^iliuj^a/b^% 

(\A 4*«jj'V''-»iJ'5 ijf'^-s'**! A countryman of mine, bri"" F"*rVi*"'^"^ 
jf-f "jl* » Two friends of his . 

i^Lrpiuiinulflt umiu^iul^uut . finp opJtliuM^ ^'^)T ^ » ^'Lp'^^r ^ *"f* 

'J» ^Vii. \:'^ t My father , brother and sisters are in the coun- 
try . li-f"^" "^m i.Jttjj. ^-p , »iJ^mf\:\mS» t- »^m\mJU p«««f.^ , He has 
lost his estate , friends and reputation . 



1 xyuMpP 4 ir^'f'i^ qn-trpu/bnUhi^ my njm- piun-fiq. friend 



— 88 — 



•l D. p a- -p * 



mother^. that suckles child doubly 

Every state has pleasure pain . 

f^/pfU/L.an hJuiuutnt-PptM iliunr^nj ^tuuintuuilruti If 'p 2CuAus_ 

chief wisdom man consists in kno- 

^l_ ijb'-P iJiJiupni-PliiA . 

wing folly . 

Xijipui 'liiujuuiliinpq.^ j 1^ I; fkrqunil_ L q.iun.'bnt.f^lrtut/p. I , 

heart envious man | is gall and bitterness | , 

/t-qnt. linnui IJiuiPJ^ qJ3 n^ , t-pPiMA^nt-l^ptA tlbnjtuit-itpjnt 

tongue spitted venom , success neighbour 

^n.niiy a^uAi^ftuin %npu» • 

breaks rest 

<^£tuinnif iniupiuq-plrutq qtpuitf-^mn*.[3^^€A jfiunill; J ^utuut_ 

Plato banished music | com- 

nut^uMq ufhutm-P-l/lt^ I • 

monwealth | . 

^^^t/uininnt-P-pLl/tt lujfiiun^sijy aiuMjb ht-n , *yi_ \ utuMi^iuiMfh 

justice raises voice but | has much 

ado I to be heard amidst tumult passion . 

l^fHiitiMsjit i^npb;o pUni.(3-huA i^niucl/li q^JttMjqnt.tfL Jbn . 

All work nature deserve admiration . 

\fpp JJtu/iii^iuJ' piuip^i q.tuif.iunl; ^Ufujumhf^ *^9f putpf'^uMiIh 

When fortune ceases to favour friend 

Jbp i^utbh%i aJbn* 

forsake . 
man sincere is far above meanness dis- 

b^utt.npnL.phutii , pMtlt^ plrputliy %npui Irli funp^m-ptj.^ upinfi 

simulation , word mouth are thought heart 

%nntib • 



— 86 — 

Wjp uiiu»*M{UM^ih- uip^uMiIutn^l^ an.utinuMuuti$MU tujin^ , iJuinuM^lt 

man vain despises judgment other, relies on 

I and is confounded | . 
YjmijnL. t^oU tunJt uiuij £linp^u TC^JtupinnL.phru/b , L. uAi^nu_ 

language modest man gives lustre truth diffi- 

uuu^nt-iahifb unnui I utlitihnuMn.nn umoJiI^ I qJphuiuiliu Itnnui » 

dence j excuses | error 

"^lunuMuiunnL-pP-u lyP \ k mtunuini-^ I nttlffrnnL-liS-lfutlt , 

talkative man | is a nuisance | society 

tu^u/b2_ ui*"piniuu[i y» f!.iupput%2l'3 "I'npuM L. ^Irntrno pu/liha 

ear is sick babbling torrent word 

unpuM ^iqqilkh t^Mnt-^tuinpncfj^^uli uMjfna • 

overwhelms conversation other . 

\X.J[* ip [tiTmumnA juiTCutfu *ntupiul([nt.i0p , uhtdjiuili fhp^Jmh 

man wise often doubts , fool doubts 

qfiJI-gi^ • iCu^iiu^ 'buM qiJuJIibu/j^ P*t.' P"*3 't J'"'^'^^'^* "'^t- 

»*«. nothing; knows all things, but own igno- 

ranee . 

^u»JhuutnL.PIii^% [^ jinpJ-iAMliJiu np [^i^ ZJWTt. ^TPb^ ^ ""*- 

modesty is merit what gauze light 

beauty , diminishes lustre , 

"UL. pi^p^p***jn*-^**^h qutpj-l^u "bapjib . 

but enhances value . 

'ijUi np 4" UMJp.uMpAli-uii_ '^ illrp (^luti') 1*^1** , ^'**pk inhuuAlri_ 

He who is exalted above other , cannot see 

q2C^JujpinnL.p-jtt^i pt-P^il^ ulru^^iu^u^ um^i^^ * "Lum I; iP*-P? 

truth eye ; is encom> 

uiuiBntruti^ ^Jt Jiupt^liullil; np^ tun. *p t^utuhihr^ ayhnp^u un^ 

passed by men who to obtain favour 

put , ^nnJIilM ahut L. \ iTtuutlitnnL. fplijtii • 

flatter | betray | . 

iJ^iu'ZCiun.UMl^u/Unii.p-tti^t t; np^^t^u i^nq^phpu P"^t f^Ph H""^~ 

commerce is like spring certain , if endea- 

a^ff JtnfuL-i q^Putqu %nauM | aujJiuptrj^nL.^iublru t^bnuiu | • 

vour to divert course | you dry them up | , 



— 87 — 

father | has provided | for subsistence , education 

morals ; these are strong motive grati- 

tude. 

\jM.pliu(fiq.l^u I ^utbi^uMutkp I utiu ntlL '^ pMuplr^iuJiu^ pt.pn^ 

Euripides | was complaining | friend 

qp I b-u*fut-MU£_ 4y» I qt-pfiu uiL.nt.pu *^ jopftitlrf ouAh 

that I had been | day in composing few 

/r%< mnnu s \}t. uui I uiutmutufuuilMji L-ub | q^ l^i^ ZyP"*^ 

verses . The latter | answered J that compo> 

sed . But 

I ^hqalr% I miHi op Lt-(3- , UMUUig %ut , It. fu/a ajutLp^ 

I will life ) , said he , Jt eter- 

tatruA X 
nity . 

^ut ^ outPutnuL. np Jhpi.tut.np , Utu nt^fi ^nq.u q^i^pn^t • 

is good relation , he has care 



li* ^pPnt-PJitA y^n.nq.u/hnt.piruMiU h. ^t.tpitun.pni.f3-lfiMMU 

< 19 . 20 ) U • Before the footman . il^. of new ground wheat. 

f\. \\pPni-p\itA ynt-t^iTuA L ^uipq^tTufUni-Plru/ti (IQ) D* 

Sir, said the vizier. U_j let me Lear jou directly. 



— 88 — 

Qutptuptnu*^u/b n.ynu/bnt.uthp uiutin^tuT^UMf^ utbJiuMbq uli 

n • who, -f . -r* • 

U . of whom ^a/«r whose i , -f-j , -f-j ♦ 

S . to whom, mpm-S , Mite -r». 

< . whom , vr . vt" • 

p. . from whom , ;"r»t » J"f"? ♦ 

Qtupujpt-niui^iu% if.t-fiujhnuut1bp it£ut$a^tu2kkiM£^ b["**3 ^^ 

n . which , "r » "r* » *^^ • 

U . of which , 

S * to which, 

^ . which, 

fk . from which , 

oftlfhiull lP"'f r -f \*6h\ , The man who speaks ij«#«r that speaks . 
X^ii^ irr '^^•"♦f V**" . The man whom I esteem liutJ' that I 
esteem . %•J^f» vf ^'••VjVr , The house which you have bought 
lluiJ' that you have bought . 



auth^^a J^pu*q • ijnp oppuutlj[ 

The fruit 

Of that forbidden tree whose mortal taste 

Brought death into the world . . . MIIaTOX. 



— 89 ~ 

^pmj jXf ^-f^- imfSmUmSi. , God , wliosc works we admire . L 
ni_ Pk God , whose we admire the works . 

of whom* ^poplfiiiuli X3,;ri. xTtA; lr»"^» t"" •**• ^••» '^^^ ™*'i 
of whom you speak to me . 

\ku^ ypk -r . "f-j f^p" j"*p*"F^ptj^* 'i^f'ib k of which , 

iimtf, \mpl, •ht»t'sf t ' There is a flower , the smell of which is 
verj agreeable. 

fJ^hoSB il^Pp t-ppt-ifL ^nfuuMbtut^ innuM^u/ltfi "*»/ . qnn onfi _ 
%tu^ n"*/ \. ^mJU^ , Whose house is that , npui^u L tun. ilhq_ 
luuji , ihnpMuibiuli tuulriiif {\ip h utnt^u z 

^/?4' *p *^2flf p'^ipp'^Q aJpU pliinnh-fUMn.tu9^ l^uMj^t; , 'Iffp^ 
which 5 l^Rk iu'b^'lig l,^h% L bpi; ftp^, qnp opfr/ttud fl"'^ jfUf^ 

ji^t.j.^^V-:!' "'-r'*'*'«*L I Which of you would dare to denj it ? 

C^ffV* "'r jVfi— »5 mmmm\:fmiim C^mTSmj J-jj^ ♦V'L» CfaoOSC which of 

these two swords jou like. 

\jP-k atnlmuui!^ llutiT apbnt-PJtJb uAAJtb I^umiT pnp ^utn^ 
ft^l; 'b^uAiutihj_, i^tri^ 4 Whut t^'^i, ^ustT m^m^m'^ • qnp op^tiut^ 

^^^l Smp^ J.5V -*» t What man is he? {ippnt. qt luuhf^ ,2,!'^^ 
^^mm\ Smpfrnj ^pj. mm , What sort of mail is he ? 

\^u^ u£tMtpqutufl^u huiUaU qutdhtilmut^ "h^jMlbtul^yi^, u^utnuw I; 

^^A^ who. qnp opl^uMlt n' ht •^-fT "f i— '^:^ 1-— »— 1-^Vl t-'*)^ 
jmlymmmf iMMfVr'^W"'"^^'^^ » Who is the man that would ac- 
knowledge himself guilty of ingratitude . 

n". 4 » TV f --J", v^f }'"'^Jh'f ibHI' ju^'bq.tba^kuAI.'u who, 
of whom IiumbT whose , to whom , whom , from whom . u{ium_ 

diuliUMbu <^taJj^ '^Ip* k l^t' uh tutu I^umIi fib Of whom • qf*p ontibtu^ 

n" V -.1..i."''''*r . Who is there? ^—JV].^ V**-!-- r— . Of whom do 
you speak ? I^b t 

\*"k xK^L (3u*pf.i/uJiip what . qnp opItUutl^ •S.F^'L •"••t- t"*- < 
What do you say? 

V^qit'^jbf pu^qp'-if uAqjuiT ^iu[ui^JtpuU of, to 5 from , 

"P^ P*"" k***Ptt ^'^U'3 ^f^ itupj ^tutt qjtupiuph-ptui^iu'huti, , 
l£tupq.hlb t^nutu qjiltft pujjjta nnp t^tMtlt q^hut if.lsptu^int.ttA^ • t^p 



— JJO — 

oppiiiud Wjfi> irr^t ^♦o**^" I The man whom you are speaking 
of. fl*—*.;^ jmf «(M.f MMf^/ V" , The study which I apply myself to . 

ft iluiphf^u/lsq. ii^hfuubnt-u/tiutj. whoTTl, wJllch ^ wkot y utqut^ 

"bni-PJttJlit^, uyi_^li ilutnlri aa.hpu^ntJLi^ tuClt ^ uiiunuif^ JJi^ut 
jlmutiu^tuu jliltlr£^ ^luhiq-ftpoq. ofy to , from , lluiub nniif i/iap(^[i 

ncq^ttik" iuuhi_ The mau of whom you are speaking , ^luiT 
The man whom are speaking of. pwyj 4pb'H'"k ^ iuulri_ The 
man of that you are speaking . iyi_afujpui k n,-qijiicu[uoulri_iyu^ 
uftfu , The man that you are speaking of. 

%nculii^u whom, which, that jnpJ^uMiT '^ ^itMjjus^u/i, ^n^il_ 

lFif.triuf_ pqff" t ^ inpJ-iuiP %ujfuq.fip lin^plt puui *l^["!JtP^^ 
alrini-ifL illj^^ pu£jji% l£ujpa.lfuqji • Qfip op^iut^ |^4 «•*.««..• J. ^ •"Jf'' 

( VT ) T-*- "JrV" I There is the person you love . ^h/uum^iaiI^ 
utuhifij whom liuiir that you love. l\A♦1^••f' ^'*'t.t ( »f "*-«^ ) ^•«» 
^ ^\,^i,mm , It is a thing he is not capable of. tftnluu^tulg 
which liuiiT that he is not capable of. U«*» >»i^ ^)^ V ( -f—*'' ) 
mmmmJ\:^ m^m^^mm^,^ V*''. He is the man I am the most indebted 
to. i^nfuufbtuli whom I am the most indebted to. 

■f« if^»kl_ puMqauiT p'*^pj p JJiuiuph , iutputphptu^utit i^-hpuM^ 

-r 4-rW>-t p-'t-J' ^"tb-h ( Vr-a-i.-f-i-''*- ) ^ -r 4^VL^ t^^-jt 
•(•tjt -.JttVj-'-'' • He is a man who sings well, plays upon 
several instruments, and makes himself beloved by every body. 

julUif.iyutliiJb'u to which , at which , in which k"*'^ wherein . 

qnp opft'liuMli \>^\. ^^^\.y^ fj^mjSml \'\:1-<3 —p A«««^ , uju /r^i^% jmp 

4-.-J. , If you knew the condition to which 1 am reduced . 
\yfim :{^}^^m'u — r j-i-ff, lyapipt, mm. -j. jmii^}, , That is the 
end which he aims at . \}^ Tti+ "-r "nVf* V''* •'-•fT"i> iJt'^^L V"- 
S,m\mX , utja k )-f""^ ^lutT — f*l.*f , There are circumstances 
in which ^lutT wherein a man ought to be cautious. 

QtM^ii^lliuM^uiitliti npinl;u L. 'fi tJha, ptuant.iJ' u/fta-iMtP thnfuutb 
lUtpuMph puMiiutU ij.h-pui1ini.utbau , ilujpJiU I^umI^umUpIm , ifp-l; quA^ 
Auttiq I'^h l*t*pu/phpni-[3-pi^A L. hpi^ altpiuq t 



— 91 — 

n.hnutiint.tMiit^u him , hei^ ^tuiT them 5 j"*"-"*£fi/ ««.ir£-^^ ^«i^ *i^ 

'buMluutq.[ini.phut%^ii of , frOJll , by , foV j ttbout 5 with , L% , ft^uin 

.^^LJ.^^'^.|;l.'^ tJ'-tt , He is a troablesome fellow, I will get rid 
of him. U^fV- T"" *tS* 2f"'*'"c''» ti> ■^Vf l-»-f" 't!'»''-'H. 4""^* 
^•,.^2. •{>-{.•—• You like Mr. Johnson, for jou are alwaj?s 
speaking of him , ^uiiT about him . ^-^.p-^J-.t V''' Sml\»Ji-i.m , 
^m£, ^S <t}"*7**'H > These boj^s are diligent, I am satisfied 
with them. 

it L them juMn.uM2nj ni^k-£nil_ tfhuMfuuMt^fint.ld-fitflt^u at ^ tO y of y 
for y withy about , it% , ftum JtJluumJt^ p.ut%l»ii » qnp op^tiuf^ S^Z^ 

Sm^'^m^'^S jX^ -if I wonder at it. ^f-'^j. •*"V- f"*" ***■ '^J"* 
What do vou sav to it? fl-r««»|^ yS jX.^ mj,^ , I am ferj glad 
of it. 6-^V l^) £?-r "♦JT • I ai" sorrj for it. S-n.T-'-i V ^^j -"JT' 
I am tired of it ^lutT of them , <f."4 V«^ t^f ""JT » I *™ pleased 
with it. 

qn[i opft^ui^ ^mi.^ ^m^mjm mJu^m* — brl""** » How many ser- 
vants have ^'ou? — I have two. 

niu^lrnuJ^uAJi if-^p Jiu^putju theTlCe >Mlif*|f , '^ U^uMUuMlftri amir ^ 
qpM . qnft opftltui^ 4>1.-i'- jViV-LVrJ- • UL'*"*'!' f «-«^ . Do you go tO 

church? — I come thence. 

l^utb^ L *Ji ^ufjnLolu^ Jtifiuumpu "Ji^iubiU^JtyM umIiIumImo h. bP*"3 * 

)vM.pI;M{Mif.^f «^ J- , JJ, t,m>mm^m^ ifSm , He is a deceitful man , 
don't trust to him . lu-r^u-^j »imj^S^1.% ^tMMiT ^Ju mj^mfl,\ , I 
shall think of it ^ujiT about it, of them ^uitT about them. 
*^-r^+ f F-r^ t^ » ♦^jl ■bf-f-l- V^i f •»•- ''•VJ' '^ '— •-• , Your 
works are good , but find some faults in them . lif-r I-** •L'";r » 
"•iJL -L ^^L l.•*^V••5^ •-jt "^ • He ^^s done it , but he will get no- 
thing by it. 

\»u^ uit-i^i^u/b ftiTtuuin^ i/la^pty[n^u there y thither y mXf , 

mlfmUop, herCy hither ^ mntft, mnftmUe^ . qn^r opJi%$u^ tft-Vr T"*"" 



— 92 — 
JUf, Have you. been there? l|««*4'" trP-»"L •^''•Tf » Will you go 
ihilher? U,--** J-ut* — ULj- •^-f t , Is he here? — Yes, he is 
here . irV+ '^ 4>'*^^'L V*'** f VJ t"" ^" ♦"'''rr » ^^ a^^ a*^ Paris , 
come hilher too l . 



4, ft P <J- -P d-D. 

<^ni j jiufinuhumji ijpni.jiumpnL.piruA \ n2C p!fi§ puAifi^ j 

There is ) art conversation ) a certain tact | 

nn utuMi ^hnp^fU unilnpuilfUMb Jtpus^ • 

gives a good grace mean thing . 

Y^ I uftm nna I uilb^utTCni Irit ] utnJ-iuUbq^ , L i**Jl^ "p 

There are | people j displease | with merit, others 

please fault . 

They are happy can content with the necessaries li- 

'hiua , L lit ilpq.nillAi quA^ftiiu iluju% uMt.lr£npii.u*j . 

fe, never trouble themselves about superfluities, 

man conduct regular action are up- 

uitunuuitjt , 4" t-nPut%^tua.nfb ^utU quMpt np 1 mh^iUMUint-p 

right J is happy he | abandons him- 

self I inclination . 

i\^ k Jiupf- np I "i_b3^ luuMpkutf_pUuMi. I . 

is man | is never mistaken | . 

fl/* U^i. ii.nipnpuMn.apth 4 | *h ttp" "*-pkp k"p'^ib *V^t^ 

What is most delicate | "^rk is lost when 

P-UMpt^Jiulift I J^Ul^ t"^ fht^ni^* I f\,ni^^ku ^ajij^ ftitti 4 

it is translated | into another language . | It is like a essence 
muMuinuusI^uA , npnj "itpp^b u/ltm.^ut^mnnt.P'^i^ I p ^TtP 

exquisite, subtil perfume | evapo- 



1 (^(iinliuj ^ thither^ hither iliuppi Jl^ f^q. ptybs "f 

^uipii- niML l*b^ unt^tubh% : 



— 95 -- 

rales , ( when poured out vessel into another . 

Qnpd-uttT no Jhn.uAifi , | n< Lu t^^tatnut^[i I ♦ 
When a man is dead , | he is no more thought | . 
SL,^^^ k iun.uip^ini-Phc^ . "K I ^un-uitnutpftiT ifinjf3- 

is virtue? — It is | faithful steady 

I Y* tiuimiuntri^ qtuuMnmu I ttnnu luan.^ Jh^ pu/h% . 

I to discharge of those obligations | dictates reason . 

2Ap f^*"*- i/ujpif. nft ^nt^fiafi iun.uipltbn€.PfitJb fiJ*^ liiuW lu^ui 

There is no man has not or vice 

t^ftiu^trui^ uin. nn ni-nn^; uuiJitbiupt tlb^P tf-fp^** * 

predominant, directs all action . 

One must not | directly .contradict sentiment man , 

we want to persuade . 
There is nothing | so common may not appear 

h-p^fii-qiuf^ lUiA nny trnLutlilrnuini-P-fiiA t^hiUf^ ts^ 

dreadful person imagination is filled 

with omen prognostick . 

\pt Jiupq.^^ qnpu uMuthJo , U. uijy^ anpu uftphrJ^ j luiUMiA^ 

There are person hate, others love | without 

knowing why | . injustice is 

Other weakness . 

'ljnnutJtLnuP^t.% 4* pnAtut.nn np npnj u^tupinptla ^^tusqu/ii^t-i^ 

Fashion is tyrant we must obey 

law caprice 1 . 

\jb ijf.^uj^ j jnpu [n.nu(3-l§ub L u£iupqnt-Pp*.% j Jkb-ut_ 

There are occasion | silence simplicity | are to 



1 SA-if ^ %npuilLnt.Plit.% UMli^uMunpyiuiJi tuumu/bop , ilutiib 
npnj JutpP 4- 7^^^i[_ vvho. 



— 94 — 

P^lt ^^ I ^"t^ qjpiufiu L I 131)3 ^UMlil^uifini ( . 

be preferred J to discourse | ostentation | . 

know value time ought | to make 

a good use | »&&. 

{^Ph^iniuu UUM aluT ifiumhutU , U. n.uMut tunHbti nhJluUt; npuilfU 

has read my book, and judges as 

blind man does colour . 
*y.nij^ ni-uuiufi^ iju!iiq.fyiupl^ltb , nt-pMufu hiT pt'tf- *yn- • 

learn English , 

will study English language 

will find beauty . 

*^%ujU n-ni^ I p \nt.ifff • ^— P^ , t^utiT utbinfi » 

Are you going | Louvre? — No , am coming 

XiJ^pkiB t"hB i^\*p*"fuutb l£npni-ukiui^ \pp£utniip , qp j fuoup^ 

like Paradise lost Milton , for | you are 

aUMbi^ I atupijiubl; » 

always speaking | 

f^Ak-qfi f^iutpp iluntth-u^tu I liUMtlfiqti'u q.nt. | anJuAu '^ unquAi^ • 

have bought good book | will you have | 

(\^ tfuMjftir, ujn.utpk-uM qbnujib uin. fiiT ynp.uijpb • 

will have , send my brother . 

\}l<^h ifli iuulrqli J JS.^'I* ntut-^iT (^i- tyf- • 

If I have offended j am sorry 

f^Aujj "hut *p \_ribuinb juin.uf^l(iuuj tol^Or^^u ( ^lu Jfiqfi'a | 

Sets out for London next week ] should you like | 

^tiU£^ pttn. %Jtu • 

to go with 

I %"tjb •p^'L b >b"b* I *i">p^***b^ I iiiuJuiiiutp j yph 

I I would you lend | money | with pleasure | if 

had 1 but I have nothing . 

J»it q!ii^ jutiit^lbuilpuii^tb any . 



— 95 — 

J rpA mutn 'UnauM I ^Jinfuuipt~b • 'itnpuJi utpiiT j n^h% usp^ 

I Don't give them | reward 
deserve not ( . 

\jn9uMUtint.f3-ptJM ilhtp^nj I \^ ^uMumiutnyutf I Ji £plilr^ utiuutba 

happiness | does not consist | in being without 

passion , it consists in becoming master 

^lunlini.ji'itjtnu liUMiunja \^nuMjiuan.usj Jhitui^^b ^tfu uiui'Tkujp 

Tarquinius built magnificent temple 

which was called Capitol , because | in digging the foundation 

I t^tnutL. I tutii^lih if-ini-Ju JiuniLnj • 

J they had found J head 

What j is learnt | youth is imprinted ea- 

pbutt. '^ JJtinu , U. fd-nnnc uAif-ifb ^htnu funpftbu , np^ tt^- 

sily in mind , leaves traces deep 

phutu I n^ tqp-uiiijtb j . 

j are not effaced | . 

\^ . \\p(3 ni-P-fiiJlt \^n.nu.iulMntjp-kuMU L. ^unniu^pnt-(d ku/it 

(21 . 22) U • I sit down to breakfast, il^. I do not think he 
had a worse . 

f\ . X^pfS-nt-Plit^i Ini^b^JLA L {^iupq.iriu%ni.[cHriu% (if) y • 

You must know then. ij^. love oneanolher tenderlv. 



-— 96 — 
1* 1). U d«P • 

these 5 -J-* , "♦j»-*H * 
these, tMf^y , mjmmy^\, 
these , fjty , ->3-"}\>\ • 
these 9 •L•*J••""^J • 

from these 9 }—j-o > s'^)'*''7}'\' 

f\>&pMjubnt.tuifp ant-aui^uAp ^hn.ijui.nn ftnuMo Irb tujunpfiti . 



n • 


this , -J- » 


n* 


D • of 


this, -.,-r> 


U- of 


S * to 


this, mjmS, 


S. to 


<• 


this , t-j- . 


^• 


f\. from 


this,j-.^-J'-.H- 


f\. fro 



n- thatj-^.M-Jf 


n . those, «-;W, -.A-+H 


U . of that, -♦Af. 


U . of those , -jtj , -A-sJi 


S . to that, -A"^* 


S . to those , -Aj , -A-jfi 


<. that,^-.^. 


^ . those , »\m3Um , nm)Umm},\ 


p. . from that, j-.jtX-.iV • 


fK . from those , j-jUy , j-.j'J.-jJ.J 



2t ' SS^L "^-^l. ^5V •"J" ' What does this mean ? SS'^I *^"ti. 
f-jV ""JT ' What does that mean. \X}» ^>~m^mjU t i.JU >fmj^ , 
This is better than that, li^r'+ti lV*** I.*"*-* "fit" •l«*J"""H «. 
Those are not so good as these. \Xjc- -j>* , This man, tift-j. 
-.jf , That woman. Ur*" •«•J'•"♦^i f These men. Ximim^+i^ -jt"- 
fj.|, Those women. 

lltuisb t^uiiuUutU jl;uiliuMb n-lrntuitnt-utbu he , Siie , they , oj him , 

of her. ppftnt. iuuk-£_\fm -|. , i^p op^'itu*^ flr "f XtrnftlJ. nJ^mf\^\mS 



— 97 — 

J.-J. , Jimp^Ji t p-.f-VJ-J'— P-c'-'J' , He who betraj's his friend, is 
unworlhv of friendship. ««/« pi^'f* ^- -f J"— fH » ^^ » flr* t^-^yu 
i^j.tVt, Vrl-'*'M+f "L V^ •'^v ■'•-A-rV- . They who seem lo be happj 
are not always so 1 . umju [i^gii %»+<- -j-f p-^^ts — Wjf_JuMp[3- 

^ u/lifuMuilfi qhnl£nulni n.trnunint.u/bun. U utuhi uiium^u aC IS 

uuworlhy of friendship, who belrajs his friend. Thej are not 
always happy, who seem lo be so . 

mm , In^iM »f f , nnufk** itu'Tiiufu I; inhuuftthi, u^utnin 4* puin ift-^ 

q.iffttJiint-,uJli^u he who, she who, they who, i^np opli'iitu^ flr 

•t^tjl. MtM.^>».V » ptt-t-.— f V •*;l"? f He who idolises himself, is a 
tyrant to others, utju [/ii^i ^m -j. im^^l i^r^V ' 

umui^utliiuiiut$ . tjnfi opltiiutli This book of mine, |'Pi»»ij«t«*^ \^ * 

nn nam pusn-lt'lt piupi^JutiiJt X^j- Smt^\;mU j^Smrjl t 

(fii^hf^ a^m-qiulfuili i^hpuihnt-uibu 'f§ il^Py '^'U '^11 V ""S"*^ 

yr4 • ofijiiiiul^ [itfL li^rT —3^^ W^T '*'JT ^ Jw.tnk.Jifi ***JT * That 
man, woman and child. — ULjL *""- ^'^"«/»/»^«"5f ij^lil^iri 

qn.lrnuAntJ!lti^ , ^tttn^ 4 tfh uin-Ut^^' kq-hrui^h nuin uttlabiuptp 
MMlutuil^iutthuqft L. ^kutint^uii uflinuuMlialM , nuui Pnt^nj It. puui lltlusu^ 
mfia ^kn.uMi.nnni.p-lrui'lt It. Jhnitut.nnnulj3-yuili • l"^ oppbuMti 

putpn.Jit/bhi_ That man and women. ««//r^ luuhi^ k That man 
and these women. 



I Xf'utpPJw La iuulri_, Thosc who Seem to be happy , IfuiT 
Such as seem to be happy, are not always so. 



— 98 



4, U. P d' 4^ J^p. . 



can I moderate j passion , is happy . 

satisfaction is drawn revenge 

j UtL^ qJJt LirP- llutjpllhut'lt j , p^utjj utjii iin \ juMit-mtf q-Uij j 

I lasts but a moment | , but | is drawn | 

'A Ibkpni^Jinni.p-k'Ll^ 1^ itui-jiinl/ltiul^iM/lt • 

clemency is eternal . 

is too indulgent to | has general- 

uflfU l[iM£i[i uuil£tuL. 'ittrnnn ^uiu/litt tluttil* '^'11"^ • 

ly but little complaisance for 

Put yourself always in place wp . \ would do an in- 

putt-h-^ j ^ ( "^ ) fUiiUL. tfhiuiihiijjhu 'itJJiit • 

jury I and will never offend ^^j . 

{[pp tup^iuJiup^trl* ija.^tuini^ld^lti^iu , h^U Ilu q-tipnilh^p J^*uti 

despise learning , are despicable 

tfutbuiuntJiu , rtpnu uii^Jiutnt.phiM/b I; i^ututTCuun. ^nj^tt (^fiu^^ 

beast, ignorance is consequence 

^tni-Pftt^ » 

nature . 

(\p,p uiu^aruii hit 'A puspJtpnt.P'nulf auMiin.hu I Jpyai ulfut^ 

are fallen pinnacle fortune | always look up IQ- 

tnlrb j aauMpApni-P-Jti^l/b nt.p J^utht^uMir kf^ t "iJt_ "H^"* 

wards j height on which once stood , but 

np j putpJtpuiauA I , *Lufi^iIt plttut- ^>^^l_*f^ l*"*^ 

j have raised themselves | , will never look down- 
%uip^ . 
wards . 
\J£'2J'* L'tI '^n^*** "PP ujipl^i nhldlmiubnt-ii ^u/bJtpnjP np h'tu^ 
Happy love to read! Disquiet preys 



— 99 — 

upon I even in the midst | pleasure , is unknown 

ahll ''I'M. Y-/'"*'*^ ttfut^ttuuilr^ inh[d-trpqni.iUKtU P"^* 

can employ ^WfAu in reading . 
\yf\e: J/f^ti "I'P^'Ib tnitptnupti "PB Cf't" *^V_ ^pu*tiuA f It. 

always love <^5 . admire , 

I iuhnhi/U J/t^'i I quMjIinil^t^ PJ't "P" '^Hb fttunJtuUuMtfh* 

I do not always love | admire 

are mistaken think that happiness consists 

/jm4 '/' TCnliini-PJitfliu . 

riches 

courtier give nothing | are in want 

tuJIsliiujbfi I , L. tMiitU qua Jlili unit utpinu^li nn I ytt^lnb 

of every thing | , give | stand 

^UMiiouini-p piSli P'^IB • 

in need \ uLn. , nothing . 

I ^ifu 'l> %u*fulifi utnu/fiq iuu^n , P^ **iP' "/* I t^-uthuii I; I 

I One of the ancients | said , that | had met with | 

i^ihruutj 'I^IB f**"/'/' t iut^kui£^ ^ qnpq.p Jft • pu*J^ **lP* "P 

son-in-law had gained son ; hut 

I q.uihujf_^ li ^'P 1^^ • linpn*.ulmuMf^ 4° if.nuuuip Jp s 

] had found a bad one | , had lost a daughter . 



W . l\pPni.Pli4jl* \^n.n^uAnt.pli-uA L. ([t.nniuq.nni~Piru/ii 

(23» 24) U • Happj was the day. iL; a fellow feeling for 
those birds . 

(A . \:\i>PnM.p[,cjb l^t-b^ifutlb L ^ujpi^JuAini.pbuM% (12) j) « 

It is possible ! exclaimed Mahnioud. iL; never goes out wi- 
thout her mother. 



— 100 — 

'ML U 6^%' 

One, -A, mf , However, \ ti'-:T ^» "f^fr" 

An)', mA,mi.,l,fi.,yUi, Howsoever, 5 (U. . -^ j-.f L. . 

mJyumjl . Whoever , \ -f -+ U fjt . -r 

Manj, ) F-»^— J"* 1 , J-- Whosoever,^ (4-t^-.J'. 

Several, ) (t-*«^» What, -r ll^L* "f ^ V » 

Every, fwr.i.f^t:.;.-r , «.>-(.. 

— t^-'A -f 2 . Whatsoever, \ -f rft^^U V, -r- 

Every body a .^Jt'-'A -f, *c Whatever, ^ -tj.-f. U f ^t- . -^ 

Everj one ) (4Hf ^^ • Whichsoever,) (-f . -f trf ^ • 

Some, l>'^i,^A,mA, Each, ^^j.«.^,^tj^J,-f , f-_ 

./••If 3 . ^mi.m'\'i}>.p mi. . 

Somebody 5 Each other, ^ JJ-JV-^:, ^fVr-: , 

Someone 5 »-, - . One another, ^ (llrV-r'*' 

Such, -.;-- ,f4, -.;i.-,^_ 

Both , Vf i-fV*''' t Vf t-- 

♦^'^♦ 1— . 
Either, J^^ \m^ J^-Ji . -_ 

Other, -^t,, -.;yk . /-x^ |^/ «^;i_+ , 

Others, -JLV » -JL-S • Neither, «j_4l, U •j^J}.— t. 

The same , i— ;i« , J-t^t , i«_ L. «^ J}.t. ^ »^ ,^ . 

4'' • None , -t. «f , -;. ^T-:.. 

All , mJyi^ju , -4^ ]Vo body , 

tV*V-^» No one. 

The whole, pi.{_JJ..j.^% , ».l- Not one, ^ wj_-f ,U-j_4-* 

£.-A • Never a one , 

Every thing, mJ\Xmji> J.l.j_. Not any, 



i Many ^m-^uA^ uAnpn^ ['^'i_ P't*- ^ ^utiiftutliuiii * ^uli Se- 
veral Pl'i. l^>^iitu^J'u/iiiui.n[t t 

2 Every Jliim jlrnuM^u/ii'ii tl^fjt s 

3 A^tyhpl^u mSmitf - L m}i* , fiiu^^$/M%[i1b SOTtie L OtJieTS • 




— fOl — 

f>iMf Mtlj^f.te* M<f , jut%t^iliiMil£uttil$li q-^'l' every y tt. ^hmiui^aMjj pMtn5a 

rmlmj , Every man is liable to censure. n/"^4<« ^ mJ^imjU 'p 

unt.au!lih ill J»j..«.f -."l.^J,..f , t^tp 'linjliuiku eVCTy . ^'p oftjthutli fOj^ 

mJlXmjU , every claj, i^JlXmjU \.oJl\.\:m\m , every week. l*u/£ kpi^ 

mSyUmtjU qiit.qttAJ^iqlf JJiu/tn^iuiTufjIt auMilBlih u\tli , iiM/l/^£^u*^u/hp% 
l^'l' oily l^ ^htiiut^uij p.iunflt in^tutlfp » ijii^i onpliui^ |^4»««-««»«»JtJ 

-.Jfi— A F-'rVl*«'*f ^•'' irr — ^H. There are all the friends, I have. 
iVt^-A S->:r\\ V^(^-f tt-Lt'' J««A— , All men are subject lo death . 

if.fliUMliu,'ii[!it all of us , all of you , all of them , /A s 

Ij/34" —jy]>—ji» "it^a/liuMldttjt; ^m^mi»'^m\ lyu [I'li^i ^uti/ftnij^at-^ 
(3pL.% I'pI^ ni> nL^tliijIi iliuuntJbu , f^'p lu/bt^j^iui^it/lij^ wllolCy 
^iMiliq.hnJt 'jiiufuitJif^ luq ioq.jiuou the j of thc y L^* • ^'P Ofiptttu^ 

\\jyi-jU ^^\^mpi, , The whole world, iuju l^i^i ^niliubrf.iu^ ut^ 

luiufii, <, \^J^\mi» ^mi-SmfX The whole sum, ufju pt^lb (\ij^n/ii 
piun.l,t.^u wholly , entirely , quite . qn^ oppjui^ (j- ^m ^S mjy^ 

l-t-^l. , I am Wht.llj yours. %- mjyiU^S^ m^m^fmH^ \; 'J, f»)}^> ^m^ 

m.^jm^^^JU , He is entirely devoted to your service. ^-fJ'««5V«*«L 
VX p-L-f-U''' f I am quite astonished, A.^/ s 

1*"^ » V^i, P'"l>f-*fu/l/p unijitpuifEutn some . *"// 'Z* ^"^M"*^ 
IguMli U. '^ uitiJjiIujtiiul£iu'li pi/iuutnu nt.n t^ni-ql^ if VC^t; • "t^'b CLHY , 

t^np of,yiiutli fj.-k-ulf' f'J'i. -.Jv}...!,— P-^-V , Is there any hope? tP-fr 
— vj-jj.- ^1.j_ —Vl. If you have any thing to say . 

fir ^''•L '*- . -rL^f* PiMjp^,ra/tt[, however y howsoever L-pk fo4- 

1^1- uibut^iultfi liwiT ftliq. utb^h-tu^i^hpiiiMjJt * qnn opJi%tu^ nfL*"^ 

U i*»^ »f J-ut ^-^ , J-»rJ. "f-f-t,!: «*r^'^P'"J » However rich he may be, 
he is very fond of money liu^iT How rich soever he may be, &.%< 

uinnftiun.iuutulitM/it {ii^bs* 't''^d' ^ whatevev liiuiH whatsoever. 



f/' *>pl^'"*k {\Sm\.^ ^•>\»f V** ^ -;l* «*^♦«*r ♦ » Some are rich , 
others are poor . 



— 102 -- 

iinpopJAu^li OfL-f ^ F-tVJ-'J'- -'«<^J^. -t.ft-.».j-.t-tV.j^, What- 
ever friends liiutT What friends soeTer][he maj have, he will 
never succeed . 

p.|. W p utptf-Jtutth-iy k though . ^p opft'itiuli p.t U. P«*rV- 
{«m/ ^. J.5V, Though he is jour friend. p-fcU J|.1, -^ V , Though 
she is a vroman. 

^^tj_t- 1-5 V iluiu% ftping Piu[,n.iriu%li whatever » 11"+^ iliuuit 
uAiu,%^ whoever . (j^w^ o[,l!i>uili n f •lJ-'^'l ^ ^5lr *■ V'"r^— rr » What- 
ever your intention maj be. QfJ-rVJ" H ""t '^r^L •'-•rV'*'!- -j. 
M«pf ( , *»ji. - -♦ U J.5V* -r^-'^'f t ♦-•£^-»LVf — P-V-^ , I do not know 
who is the author of this book , but , whoever he maj be , he 
deserves to be encouraged. — \^ji_hpplrSii whatever 4!f'rb 

It. uiutiAunta , jnnj-tuir aplini-[a-f§tSli linqiu L. l^uni njipotiu U. uutu^ 

<tM»l<i.{.<M|....{L^^1, t«ji„» , I don't know whether he be a Christian , 
a Jew, or a Mahometan; but whatever he mavbe, I value 
his probity. 

\}Rk 'P JttrJ pu'i^i^if l'[""S ^"J h^ pw't^'" fti'l which- 
ever y whichsoever, iinp opl^tuilf y^W^^ •j.^i-f. -f- vt a'-'^'-n'^r^ ^ 
t^ 5«^L5V« T""* I ^J"^ follow vou 5 whichever road iJoi/T which 
road soever yon take . 

fir V^L innJ-uMiF ^thi^ l^'t. h*"*H"'h3"*-Pl'*-^' d}"h '^""b'd}'- 

P-iuu ptMiltl^i , Piiini^Juilili what ^ [lull k-pl^ t^h til fillet Putj pu/liu 
juiputpkplru^li^ fla^'pl' which, qnp opitliutli flf J.1«j_ mm^^\^ ^t^ 

2^r*^f?"»* V» What vou told me, is true. li«- J-V ^"f ^'*•L ?-f* 
^.^j.^/ J— •«»— «.»Vl tVi.. Tell me in what I can serve vou. ]w*-f 

often speaks ill of absent people, which is unworthv of an 
honest man . 

\,^^mi.m\^},^f •+ Piup^iTa/iitl, evcrj one IfuW every body' 
qnp opIiitiMMli ^-r-f-^LHr "* — ^^ i-f-r P-Vr-'-P-!'-^'' » Everv one 
4i««r every body has his failings . — \>uli ipt""* 4" Pu>pt*^^^'b 
each, ^p opl^but^ ipti. Jf '^ -,-..,.^Vr-?- P-«.'J.i-.f^-.» t svh-. Each 
of those pictures is very valuable. ^ F*: *"■ •ti^^^•• ^-'J-""^i ^ 
tfr 'dh 4 '^ ^-r-'J't ^fT"*-''' ♦Vt— 2.» Take these books away, 
and put each of them in its place. 



105 



4, B. P * -B ^% 



difference appears to be between station life, 

nevertheless | there is | compensation certain evil 

puMnlmiuu an iLnnh-l; ahnuiu ^ututuuuinu • 

good renders equal . 

fl« lip* Ll n^ dji^uli ^tiptupjui qlit-nlruH/Q $M£utnuiu • 

has done duty . 

\J*^'f' ft- Jpt-uli ufiuutJlili tjiirtjb fi/tu , (3-^ It. n^ tijtb It. itf JpUiA 

relate same fact , 

^tuJiMtnftif auMjli P-l; Aq^ HC^jIiunjiui • 

believes it to be true . 

0/* V^'f k uint^utn 4° uiutin^ul^uMl^uMli , U. nn uiiuuty^'^C J^ ***n^ 

is just honest , 

T\tuutli^sli l^ ilfi^in tunoutut , npyuth TCnJuni-p^iJbu h.u niJtft^p • 

spendthrift is always poor , riches he may have . 

1 Irn nn /<^> hiiL-jiu , L. hnUhiuq nn fy'f tru • 

Be appear , appear are . 

P^ na ti utnnt-t^iuuil^u ^'^9 ^ uin.iupjutjt , ntjltp Jpi^ l^fP^P" 

is really brave generous, has always com- 

P^utnaLPfit^i^ janJ-tuiF I; pltli7^huMj_, t^^utk-fni^ Irpl^ 4" P 

fort, when is oppressed, to know that is 

>l^P1f ^u*li autptnujtll np utp^iudtup^lFltb ifbui • 

superior «»f. injure 

Wfi,$itpl^nt.[3-Jtt% *fr ff^M-tun-nt-lS-k-uitt u*qn.J^ gi£iuutl^utn.usl0U , 

virtue in misfortune attracts respect , 

tuj£_ ilutmnt-P^t^i np^ift hp^uili^li L Jial; ( n^ t'^L. "ilL.^ 

baseness successful may be 

jtuUSli cin-lf p-^tJS t^u(p' tthuiyputhu • 

attracts only contempt . 



— 104 -— 

Justice comprehends vir- 

opbnt.PlttAu • 

tue . 
Paris 1 refused | to restore Helen husband 

hunnt-iT • ^uhmIm nnnj uiuMinhputaUlt ^piuigfutput^lrqtut- , U. 

Upon it war was declared 1 , and 

aiL-hiuq muiuli tuiTu • 

it lasted year 

\^Pl/butqfip I ^utpft^ JJtutln^iutT L. utt-hflt | p}!^- h-nt^ L 

Athenian | more than once defeated J 

n1>A. juiJiMfo qP iut^uti.nplt f^tupiijt^ « 

king Persia . 

I \^t""'b'H*H^"U ^pp^*^ ^uip^triu£_ , "pnil_utjp np ^%iuput^ 

\ Aristippus being one day asked | in able 

^km npn^uj[i 'ft jltJluplf'ji . I Wiuuiphujltlt Iftn^iu | lutil^ , 

man differed block-head : [ Let them be sent \ said , 

utpmujpifj D^iuii aut^utup^ ^L.pkutU^ u. j tnf-u^Q^ | • 

out -I'M. ' country j you will then see | . 

j ]» if.nil^£_ If^uuAft nt^pnt.^ J ilu*uli piuqnt-iT utn.uipplbni,^ 

I A prince being praised | for vir- 

PlrtMs%j unpti I ^tt^,kp I • V^C^pbs 1^*^'*»*»ip* l*^i_ 

tue I did not possess j ; — I will do 

anp ^tup$uqjtj , tuui: "but , tun. lupt^trfni.^ q^b^ j p ptoulr£nj 

can , said he , to prevent | from telling 

auawm-Ppi^t I • 

an untruth | . 

|]<y& ^tupqlruM£_ X^pftuinjiu^ufhiuj ijnp ftl*^ I Ht-ukut£_ ntjitkp j 

asking Aristippus | he had learned | 

jfiiliuuiniuufipnuPlib^ • Hiuphi^ piupbtiuMiThuP-buMiIp. f^if. 

by philosophy: To live amicaUy with 

u»Jb%trufA f u£Uiintuupjiuup Irui » 

, answered . 



1 V^ttt*"jbii iuuh% To declare war L. To proclaim peace 



— 105 — 

I There is | man merit may have 

would not be very sorry it knew 

I is thought I ukm.. 

charity rejoices happiness 

I To most men | misfortune 

are but dream 

p < no 4° tutjtiMtn *p apuiuMninnt-P-i/liI; • 

is secure calumny . 

\yhhrtutnnJtip uiiutthti t^JWliutpi \ilt^ tl*»n ^iE^'''^iB ^utnk% 

great do can 

lun. ' 'A l^nnitt-uutUk ^ qlffinuin.nt.PfitJlt ^unlrutba n$nfia It. 

to lose use foot 

Atn.utu • nn J^ uiu^uipi uhh'utif.nflt uiuiltfutbo nn l^tunuMUal; 

hand ; however curse can 

I £ftuutulitf i Jiuni^nj I • 

I befall man | . 

X^^ib'ti , JutjnJi h. r^nt.uinft ^UJph-^p Ph A. utnuiJhuMto It. lohiui 

wife , mother daughter Darius afflicted dejected 

li^ih , *V// I ^***l>hl*^> ^fUUMftutnlmi *A tiuinilusltut^nj I J^l- 

were, | could not forbear admiring | ^ja- 

generosity Alexander . 



li« V\n(3ni.[9^^t^t "y^jun^tuitnt^lsuA L. [[L.i^fiui^pni.^kuA 

(2Sf 'itJ) U* I shall also take care that the kitchen garden. 
U^. slrown with odorous hay. 

f\. \\f,Pnt.PliJlt Inu^JJn'b L {^init^i/L/itni.l3tuA ( 13) U* 

This is certainly the first lime. iL,. I am curious lo know more . 



— lOG — 

iSnnnmphzU vttujjiu Vo have fl-'^'VL* 

I have, -^fJ*. We have, -HJ"* . 

Thou hast, «^tj.- . You have, — tj.* . 

He (u.(,) She (^q.) has , -tf . They have , --if^ • 

I had, -^tJ-.K-J- We had, -tt-f . K-* • 

Thou hadst, -^.ttff i*L-f • You had, -^ttj-t , ^l-;+ 
Heii«#«rShehad,-wttj., J-l— . Thej had i , — VtJ-t, \mim'U» 

1 shall have, J-l-j? • We shall have, ^-1.5— ♦ . 

Thou shall have, J-wf- • You shall have, J-ulf* • 
He shall have , J-L?^ • Thev shall have , J-L:^^ • 

I will have , J-'l*"^? • We will have , i-w"-* • 

Thou wilt have, l-I.^^- • You will have, ^•«•Li^f• 

He will have , i-'uf • They will have , \-'is}-'^ • 

^ rniru.3 ii4 u'b 

Let me have , h-i-iy • Let us have , J-tL:—* • 

Have, \>if Have, [mimpm^i. , 

Let him 4"'*r her have, i-•L?^• Let ihem have, J-wf"** • 

I ^yp-t «-^l.^ . VP-t -'-'«•t^f d'H If I had ^uMiT had I , itV/ : 



— 107 — 

u s n rm-iiu um Cb 

That I niav ha?e, (i-rVJ" — "^-Vl) • That we maj have, -^tj-yfj;. 

ihou ruajest have , -i-tj-jj,,, , you may have, -Ji.Jij|,+ . 

he may have , —I'J'jf • they may have, —IJ.p^l. . 

I might have, (i-•ft^t 5*•r"'?^ ^^ might have, P-fc "-^fc*** 
Thou mighlest have, »*.'ut^^ • ^ou might have, -»-'»'tf'*» -*- 
He might have, -».tLj., —Xl^jJ,. THcy might have, -^I't?-^ » 

I could have, P-V I-lV-l Vf» Wc could have. 

Thou couldst have , You could have , 

He could have. They could have. 

I would have, p-V i— 1^ » -J'*"/* We would have. 

Thou wouldst have , You would have , 

He would have, They would have. 

I should have , P-!- -t-pr t^ We should have , 

Thou shouldst have , You should have. 

He should have, They should have !• 



inutph uiu^itu^»ui^u/lij^i iiut-hftTiuJ^ TuClt . qnn op^i'liuilji That I 

had, W/ s — ^t^tuUtu^u shall, will, may, might, could, 

would , should , /uou/fujni^ Yf uuinpli. s 



— 108 — 

*l,bP«iTi8. To have, -^.tVL* 

q-brPCS-bbP*! . Having, mJu»^, «*1.Vl"'L» 
q-bPI*V3.6 lVb8 . Had, i'*LV-»L» 

TAnpnm^fnG ptuj^u To be L,^^Vl» 

U UL^ 1? li'b UM U'b 
•bbPiv^e. 

I am, y. We are, y+ . 

Thou art, t» • You are, tf . 

He is , V . They are 1 , t^ • 

1><jT3.S\5.P b^ ^l3.S13.PblM,» 

I was 2 , t^ . ttV • We were, !:•-+. Vt.**** • 

Thou wast , V^f • ti>f • You were , tj-* , Vxt* • 

He was , tr » ViJ- • Thev were , tj-"!* , VrV** • 

I shall be , V'lV? • We shall be , V^^5— * • 

Thou shall be, V^^??- • You shall be, V^^2.^f• 

He shall be, V^^^^ . They shall be, V^^:^^• • 

I willbe,V^b' We will be, V^^^— + • 

Thou wilt be , Vt.^:?- • You will be, VlJ•2,^* • 

He will be, V^^5^ • Thej will be, V1J■J^'• • 

1 ^4^'^ MMfufjtTuAut^uA ^utjituuilt^u if liiuiF whether VP-t f 

tntilnnuip.ian luMtHitiiiipi t^t^Jii ^"['J^ 06 , i^afuiultut^ CLfTl , (irt , 
is, are q-ltJlu^u , iinp opl'liu.ti ^f^ftJ" P-t t -j- 2i\/-»rJr . I 

don't know if iiuMir whether it he true . 

2 \^t!iiuuitui^ i^uMjJht'utuliuJh Xj^). v^ . VP-t tfr » Z^^'A ^ ^ 
Wfl!f , (riwiT vvaj / . it Jm^uiuiubq. IJ I were liuiiT were J y lA t 



— 109 — 

Let me be, ViJrj • Lei us be, Hfy—f » i>5— * . 

Be, L.Vr,Vr* Be, Wr-*-*, LVr— ♦♦ 

Lei him liutW her be, ttfrj-* Let them be, tTj-jf^* , t.h^^ • 

Thai I may be, (l-fVJ* lK That we may be, hV-fV , J-^K 

thou majst be, J-jV" t jou mav be, ^jV* . J.K 

he mav be , fjV , t^. they mav be 1 , f-jV^ . lK 

I might be, (J-rV^ . i-f•*•J^ We might be, 

Thou mighlst be. You might be. 

He might be, Thej might be. 

I could be. We could be, 

Thou couldstbe, You could be. 

He could be, They could be. 



1 Sjfi't F*""-t3" if 9 whether VP-V » although , though P-Vlt*** 
U , except F-5 'J- , unless F-«;j JJ'-A » provided Jl-»A P-fc , p-«^j 

ilaptufiuip I be ^ thou bey he be, we be, you be, they be. qnp 
opl^iusli p>ViVt ^ r-*- Vf^5-f -A J-jV'^ f-*** nl— , Though jou be 
older thaa he , lA t — Wji_tti.puAop ^^ hpt(p.u*jnuPltt^ , [um^ 



— no — 

I would be , We would be , 

Thou wouldst be, You would be, 

He would be , Thev would be . 

I should be, Wc should be, 

Thou shouldst be , You should be , 

He should be , Thev shouKl be 1 . 

*bbnM0.8 . To be, t.^V1:l.. 

O-bOJ^iJ-e ^bOi . Being, iJ-'^'Vj.-L- 
q.brf^u.8 u.'bS. Been 5 lV"*i» 

\puiltliji off ptitqiuif-nliun^ J-uilTtutiiulf^ yplin^nt^ oJ-u/li_ 

</-uiiIu/iiiul£iuq fiutjjtu to have, 'j^p onjiitiuli I have had •••♦••♦•jV'^l 
VJ", thou hast had, -t-"s^-l V- , it% . / have been t.V-L V**", 
thou hast been lV-l V- • / had had -r-jV'-L t^ . I had been 

Wn. iubi^^itnujiu osfu/liq.tul£i^ to be q^lfut nL.li/m£nil^ qtulilr^ 

lilt it'^ • 'Wr opliii'^lt iL,«*i,f*- ^•"iVl"? V"^ £'"r '^^*<* 1 I am to di- 
ne wilh him to morrow, "ju pi^' b" VJ* '^ ^f-^VL* IFti^V^ 

y,5 V**** '^ ""•{•-- -•— *-f- , We are to set out in a few dajti , 

^A^» it IS , it was jnpJ-utiT niult^L^i^ b["**3 bs^ p-iultb . 

Unfi oftft'iMutli \,S t Smtf^fiimUm ^ It is my book. S"-'*- •*;•• J«^ Vf » 
It was mv house. 

\^ufi autliJiulliq ij^b 'ti**p**lhu it IS y it was tA , innJ-iutT 

m^mf fmjm, It is the foolmau who has done it. ^ •i.Vriv ^HVrf"- 



1 ^"t ^ '"// uALuiUitun uuin^iuq-iuiiut^u/itpu , uJfU 4* J- hat 1 

were, that thou were, lA , "[> 'Isf'l'l' iS^'" 4kc'Ute^"'LF'^- 

jy^ p-j. i£^mf\^ tl-^Vr ♦ I would it were true . 



— Ill — 

{m^mV^m*- . It was Peler who spoke lasl. ^««» pusn-filit Wjn t ^-c 

|»«ij J"UI_ ItiHuumu ilut^tfi% q.lrniultnt.iuliuu he iiiuiF skc nu$n 
fjliiffihinj ukit-l^ . unft ii^l^iuli \^^'^m^m^m^'^ »^ ). \m , He Is a 

gold-sraiih. l)J.t .^i'^,*.,*^!. tt«j.,*jl-«5 , She is a milliner , it'i»: 
Y"k ^b ji^'"*^'"'''"'^* iltupltfi they , these liunF those . /jn^t «/»^_ 
tiut^ l^-tfj' J.J-*-.-.- tf Mff V'' ''•-♦- . Thpj .ire rei-j honest people. 
l\j— *M y^ J*** "i-r^-"^* » These ^ustT ihose are mv reasons. 

There is , there was t . +-jr >Uf*l'l'^ jnpJ-ut,r m^mJii'it 4^_ 
uiuMi^utf IrqtM^u/ii ft^k * /'"(f ^/34- jii^iiml^lt if!it[i There are ^ 
there were V"** , f-;^'^• • i^c of,[t'iiiu^ \x -j^ -+ , There is a man , 
t*** ••r* . There are men • \^f r^l^''• "^ t There was a ladj . Ij^J-l 
f}>^*-ji' $ There were ladies, utjuufl^u [itltu ft. i^i^j J-tuJuibm^ 

^lUQ s f^fiuilrui y/' H**'" fLiun-ftli There IS ^i^ulfMj/il^ Wl»Y ^ , 

there are ^ •••l<«j» V^ » p"fjH pum ^n/iMJuin^it* pujqnt.tJ' luUt^iuiT %^ut^ 

'buMlik -.4-, -.4-.W-.-J.J . ^/.^ o^iyinu^ There is a \evy good book, 

QJ.f J^tj^ Puiptj-iTu/iilw there is not, there are nothing. qit£t 

There is nothing so dangerous, as bad companj . num putn-lAi 

QaftJ-tuiT ^kut piun-ltju there is , iAere wa* , 'tt3b «<^*"^- 
H-iuliu to he, %iufbut^^ L^5^ » n'"r'*'^ iJ'^Vl* l.^'^VL"? V* ire **cb- 
%iiuli QmjmS VfVl-j^ lJ^'Vl"? t '^-''•tV- J-.^-.— , There is to be a 
ball to-night. 

unilnniupiup putauijuMjui^'h jufiit^^j^tuliujityii here IS , here are , 
there is, there are. np 'b^'ituiliL'b mm^ ^ , -x-j- V • f /» opliiiutli 
Wi,m~mm^\ 'Urn , Here he is , U,4«.— .^j-J-J t.* , There she is . U^-. 
mmu^\ mA 'J, ^mpy\mSmy i.my , Hcrc is ottB of youv frjends ^luW 
Here is a friend of jours , L% -. — jjiu^pu^^u tujutf^[ifi ptu^ui^ 

i^ftpb Irpphilh It. '^ AlftuU ani-autl^uMb n.hpusUni-ujItq* p}*1- P"flb** 

to he. qiip opftbus^ . u,4*«--«»^i Sm^^J\> \S , This is my book. 
That is the man jou are looking for. lyu [tii^ \,\;.{. t ""^r"** • ^ - 

'\y,us^utb P'tupt t* #^»«/2mm*«m np J-uMJu/ttiu^ b^'f^ ant-qujupqlru 



— 112 — 

'?• 4>"•r^•L» How long ha?e vou been in Paris? liiuiP How long 
Is it since joa came to Paris? 1 np fuim ptun.[iii putftif.tlut%lt . 

{.Vj -^* V^ i,f VJ" •'•"f • miupin 4 7-^'^£. I have been here these 
four, five, six jears , ij»««/* It is four, five, six jears since I 
come here, ptitn ^.tun-l^ii \^m -i-lj./ t_V«^L •^••t .t«»«_jMi.»J.J i,"f"> ^^''•4•» 

•tf lV*^ i5"* •fV-V'"Li ufiitpm 4 u»nlrf_ ju/inf-iltuliiu^l^t I have nol 
seen him these two months, i^.«*/* It is two months since I 

saw him . QnpnuiT uifruu/hhu idi *Ji ij^ih^t SlTlCe ^ p.uMntuuuMliutl!b 
■* h p-uia ly'lM' i "■ pu/litt if^th ^tuuinuMutu»l^uuU • nnnJ nuui piu_ 

ittnnuiT ijTutiJi. i^ututiuplriuf^ ts^ I'P^' * uti^i^nfuft utjuttiliU \}l\*^ 

mtmmmfi. ^1 n}: r\:-l< i}"" I I saw him two dajs ago, S'--'^ ""^* V** 
j't'^ AVrt Vt.^ «-A, That happened ten jears ago* — f^wn.^ 

ago %^*bu*llh past •wl'jjV"'!* tpP"*- '""^L. trl"" m^m^^^ mUij\;m\* , 
\*ul^ piuqutliu/U ^k-tt-iui-nnnt-PpL^ inhi^iua ft JfiJbtMiliq uiju^ 

How far is it from London to Birmingham ? liiuiT How far is 
London from Birmingham ? pum putn-lt^ '^'^'^T ^V'^-J t '^ l^tV 

f»#f %Juiiiiua.npi Lu 4 Jl'nni.Jti l^iu^Jhi-Phu/lt ^^uft L. n^omutp 
*b ^"il l^^lJ^u'3 • npuiku ^ upumuiufuutblib [luli ^u/it^nJhu*ut[tu{ 
jlrp^nu^lb putpputiuu, I^jArC?* 119 '^l."'''" {^V^'*) ^V*^!- t '^ 

<l|J,fj^^JtJ^ , London is 119 miles distant from Birmingham. 



1 \^um2^ jlripuliutli puihfi^i phmliiutlituU Lu 4 



— 115 — 



«!. 1). P (J- -P *T- 



Laurentius Coster invented 

qutnnuhuui in$M^iut^nni-P buHi '[i 1440 * 

art printing 

^hinm-P-ltJli ^nulitt/ltiiif tj^ljf'lhp '[i fniui£iuf^t.(9^lru/it L. J*u^ 

State Tuscany enjoyed tranquillity 

it.iuinni-P-Irui'it f^il- ilujp^t-P-kutJft \^kutjt^tuju • ^£nptr%^ 

plenty under government Medicis : Floren- 

ce then Italy Athens 

V^ntlltiuuinuili • 

Greece . 

Wealth poverty influen- 

IJSliuii 'fi 'Ijyni'*! Juifitf-iiitnt . 

ce over man . 

WfLusPli^/ M^fjt t^**l iJiJuitiuint-P-ltt^t 4" i^puitgf^ trfj^k *^hB 

Step towards wisdom to know that 

ignorant 

lja#/ qhp^tu ftftu putu ilusuft ptunk-^tuJlttf. , qtrnhu , aouus^ L 

thing open for friend , countenance , purse 

aufinui • 

heart . 

period life pleasure natural 

proper . 

\j% i/atpif.^lj[ np ufiplrli nubhi au^^pu npu^tiU qLutntuuItu 

person like book as house-hold- 

goods, to set oflf embellish house 

8 



— 114 — 

ItcfthuMli^ , ^utli Y» tjuipr^-iuftlrj^ It. iCafuiiiqne^qiultlet aJfrum 

adorn enrich mind 

pt-nb-uitin . 
<l[l/buL-putui £[/ir£fi-£nil_ j\^i$uri.hJliuipt , | litnjiuL. uAii^lilt tiuilr_ 

Benserade Academy , | he there took the 

place I Furetiere 5 did not love. said 

nt.£i hit fiiouh^nfjq 1 ^"1/^4-. f'-"'^" ijiiJtu^tutl£uiltu I : '^um^ 

where shall say | many silly things | . Bra- 

^u^ptriuj , uiutunuiifntulili ti ui "liiTiu ^ftt-pP^^tl^ii , | /fiup^i 

vo , answered | you have 

fiutfti-itp uli^iif^pb iupu0nhn I s 

begun admirably well | . 

( W^JI- } utli-^ltiunjih ti tnuiiiini-hnlrt ttt-nt.{3-/iL.u lihnujui ^uti 

impossible to impose silence on internal voi- 

uyit , lip lutlit^^tiriuUl; ^tt nju/liqutliu Jhn . 'linnjili ("t^ 

ce upbraids with s fault itself 

f^lllf-pLu/li I; ^inpitl . 

nature 

\}[3k k"iP *the UJit-utlin [d^h-nnt-P^hiuliu , ^jililiiu^ Jh^ uui^iuc 

without fault 

ilini-PuiPtiibp It tf-ututliUi uhnulib ^ "///*' • 

.eager to observe 

To let O5 world talk , always act well , maxim 

Ac/Zr I; tin IP"''/'"/ M.**'P mtu^trtui, luu^tu'^ntl^ a^u/lt tf.fi itm 

observed , secures repose 

Jkp U. ^luuuitutnl^ '^ ifjit^uTCutliji tjJhp ^«/^<//7/rtt.7/f»<./3^t.7» . 

establishes at last reputation. 

'^tuipu^^ L Jlupq-ltli tli^tjb''' ''rP^-P luqiutnhuMi^ '/j ^pbtuj 

city man never free evil 

ftt-phu/ltq , Jlt'ltfli. fii/7uuttiuiiifipnt.[t^^t.'li ^[l/^li'jli tuiijjd ujlituli 

till philosophy victorious 

/» 'i~'["'/J uta-hutni-PtMUiJi L. uipitnpq • 

over ignorance vice . 

^npJ-UMiT ^nlfjtnlt ( -^tuulsiui^ 4'/' p dbn-tsthig^^^ ^uip^ph 

When Phocion to die , they asked 



— il5 — 

him J to say son : answe- 

red: to forget insult Athenian, 

soldier Roman lawsuit ^ desired 

tt\^^i-if.tiuuinu uiui^nuiiubh^ ^iltphu^M t \\uituph hut qjp *p 

Augustus to protect ^jg- . Emperor gave 

uitu^nuiw/^utbtuq p*-l'nq lutthf^ tpiui utn. tLUMinuMi-nttb s ^9 o 

courtier to attend judge . 

nuit^iuhli if-uiitic ^lupp fujiqiufu lUMutrf^ q\^t.if.nuuinu • ^ya 

was bold enough to say 

n^ ifitutpjt unuuit^u tun. ^^1_ t jn^J-iuiP kp[> if-ni- '^ 

) did not behave thus towards you | , vhen 

tluiti^ti^ft *[i JuipmJ^ y^J^Mnpnf/p , kupyt^ u^iuinlrnutaJbquJj iftuuii 

danger at the battle Actium , fought for 

on • Jji- §uuk-iniJ_^q(MjunuJilf pu/tiu | Irqnjq aJI^jtu annu irlilgiu^ 

saying words J showed wound 

tyuii niJbifn i 

ved 



1^^ • \\npni.p^t^i \^n.ntL.uilini.phuMli L. f\t.nntuu.nnt.ptruA 

( 27 , -28) U • Also, when the weather is warm . il^. writting 
in the pangs of death? 

p. . \\[iPnLpltt^ ynutnlutij L ^uipn.Jlubni-PytuU ( 14 ) U ♦ 

The rlzier proceeded . y\_> fifty ruined villages for her portion . 



— H6 — 

jSnnnmnhzu utuunbtuznp jitajjiu to call ^-tjt•L. 
^onnUuih uiuhutwiu Irtuunutuznntua , 



uu<irm,iiMi\*b 



^li.2.irflM9.bKb 



I call, {-lV^, 

Tbou callest, J-lV**, 
He calls, KV . 



olmnliuijpu ufui^iijuimliu qn.nnhrti 
unt-^UMltl; : — fKtuja juMlit^hutf^ 

f A-//iJ///»/»iy. q.l;Ju tratulitubyii i^^ 
^JA jiMuhfJiuilpu est y tu ^^/»_ 

9^"J^ j*u'i't^**»l^ 'A chy sh, 

QnpGtulJi , SS ^ Xf Z iuiulintfb est jt^(^kc"Vt 

H-kJu Uqutliutltjiii npui^u tujiuli. 

We call , J-lV"^ » t"k J^CVVt t^tf" es i . ^^t 

You call, i-Lt* ^ opl^ui^ I beseech )^x^^\;S , he 

They call , 5-j.V^ . beseeches y^rt^ • I push S^S, 

he pushes S^]., / pass -t^-.ttJ', 
he passes mi^»X)- . I fix ^mm^m>f}~S ^ he fixes ^mm>^m»f,\; * I buzz 
Fur*'* » ^e buzzes ^tM-J « 

f^*«^ t/*"^?-^**'Z--^ '^ ^j "p»lhu to love "ffVL* ^o ^rv^e ^V-'Lt 

qnp opptutl^ I love, thou lovest , he loves . / live, thou livesty 
he lives . 

qnuiT f-iuqtuluipiu ^ i^nfulfit q_ y '[> ICSt jf^f^pnpi- q-kif" , I*- '/» 

ie,y j^l>(^"C1- t^^tlu* t^nfi oftlfituMli I cry ^ thou criesty he cries. 



1 UL J" ilhft2utunftni.p-ltiii Jlji iIumU^ jiuutrint. 'ft ^luiub s 



— H7 — 

j^'fV"l"t*'* init opl^tiuli 1 say ^ thou say est ^ he says. -•-VJ'» 



I do call, i-tVJ*V-,t^, 

Thou dost call , 
lie does call , 

We do call, 
You do call , 
Tliev do call . 

1 am calling, {-f}:'^ , Lib . 

Thou art calling, 
He is calling. 

We are calling, 
You arc calling, 
Thrv are calling. 

1>MD.S&0 bh liU.Sl3.PbU.U 

I called, ^t.t^»^Lb^. 

Thou calledst, i»i.V?'f » i"LV_ 

(rVf. 
He xialled, i-iVf . i-t.V'**: 



Q4' ufufnui ^J^nf^^i ttuiu l^it- 
^fUtpqtul^utli li. fLUfquMUiu^uilt pu*^ 
"^'ts • J"l'" »fi^u^>l^ll1- do 'liiutliutti 

ah tlH * 

/jtbjt^t , ^lUiP np 'p ^outrjf^ uAn. 

always singing, if^^.,. VffV 

1m , jtuin puta-ltlt Jt. JJ-^j^. VffVy'L* 

I am writing a letter , %:\S 



*./r^ntf_ ed jutbhpLyPV hfi^ 

ft W. t"k f^Rh JU,t,^P^P '^ Cy 



1 1* ilukiT pu/liii L. iiuuuint-UMhriu^Af n.linu^ ihnhiuiliUMtg S 

ututn-l^ jU ppnpn. q.l;Ju q^l* thy eih. unpoplfuiuli he hath, he 
speaketh . 



— H8 — 

finauwuh • uiu^uiunup L. Iiiuutin^hu»f_* npn 

ofi\tbiuti to love , / loved l . — 
We called , J-Lt*** t 5-lV. P^*^^ ju/ri^l^iuyi '/• y jiun.tu^ 

You called, i"LV^* . i"t.V- ptuqiuAuipt[,L^ , ^nful/it i^y '[i 

(jl*. fee?, qnf, oppiutli to try f-fjVi. 

Thej called, i-LV^'»• . ^lV- to satisfy f-; -^.'wVt, / tried 

( jj-t . / satisfied . 



I did call, J-tV^. ^- 

Thou didst call. 
He did call , 



QnaUtuJjJi 



We 
You 



did 
did 



call, 
call , 



{[pui^U q_ do If lUUtuqiiia 'p 
%frfi^ujpt , uujuuikii It. did ilfph 
jjutliliututunih I I. 'fi Ifuimiunhuti, 
inn. Y# "*">{_ qopni-P-ltiJlt fiu^tlili , 

ire °rli^'"k I did love him , 
^i^tup^uitiuxii 'ii^Jiiku did 



They did call 



I was calling, J^Ltf t 

Thou wast calling. 
He was calling, 

Qnautuhh . 

We were calling. 
You were calling, 
They were calling. 



11111% If'^ np ^nctjuilt^ qinlt.nnni-_ 
^'^L. bcbp t"U^lJ '^l"-" "ill 

t"i'^"j t"*Lb ib^fy ' irr °rb~ 

%iul£ I was writing when you 
came in , WV^l '?■rV^ "^f Vr r— 



VrPT- 



) 



1 \S**''"11- ed 'liiutli ^ liuiUttlimunn puMjb^ ' 



— H9 



I shall call, ^LVjfj. 

Thou shall call , J-i.V"rV- • 
He shall call, ^t.V-rt- 

QnaGtuLk . 

We shall call , l-j^V-j—f . 
You shall call , ^t.V••5.^+ • 
Thej shall call , J-^.V-pVI* • 

I will call, {"LVrf? » ''-^' • 
Thou wilt call, 
He will call , . 

QnaUuihJi . 

We will call. 
You will call , 
Thej^ will call . 

•;rairu3ivm'b 

Let me call , ^-lV??-: • 

Call , J-tV-i . 

Let him ^if her call, i«i>-?t • 

Let us call, ^-^V"?— f* 
Call, KV:Vf. 

Let them call, ^«2.V''7V'>'* 



QnnJ-uiJ* ^lui/p ft q fit u£UJn^ 
autuf^u iun.it>2b iunlbh^ un.^u^u 
l^ii ^imP niLnnhr ^iiilt tf.tr pJttnu/ , 

'iiuiliq. shall y tg. j^j^hv"Pt ^ 

J^'[>(i"P1- q-htfu ^ Will. uij^hPt^ 
puilili ant.a uilihul^ funuutnt^ifit /'"> 
lltuiF iimutn^sturltii , ^nuutlu/li 

'Uf'p^'d' ^ willy ^'- j^chv"Pi- ^ 
j^l'C'l't t^*^ shall. 



qjf.ui'lju* t^jtuihiu , tjli Will fl'"-/^ «"- 

Orniipli iiun.utpjutf.utjhuM/* h^% 
shall i^n^ih- ujjliufjiufi^ nn umU^ 
iliuult I'^h '/» IimiTtua i^nnhni^b , 



f^(iinlrttt n[, let ^i^i'lituli^ Jlm^ 

^— .{_ « tluMtib npnj Let me call 

nuu* piun.fi% Piijpt^iIut%Ji ^mt^ 
?"V i"L^L* '""{ui let ^ uuinu^pt- 
^^tuii/iujiuqa^t tun- ^P^P"ni- 
titliA^i • ifutii'b npitj iutit.u$2l)tt L. 

d^phl'"l*t t^*^' 4i"pt * ^ 3"*'- 
tfutlil; t^l[3iif£inrrt.fji-[3^fit.% , Vut^ 
tfiu^uitu , ^npi^fip , t^iiJtu , qttt^ 
^t^ftit It. a^niuilutliu i 



— 120 —• 



i)snruLa-nui\m\'ii 



Thai I mav call , t^ 4""^ P-t 
ihou majst call , J-lK 
ho mav call , l-L^^tr • 

QnaGtuhh . 

wp may call, 5"L?'?VJ'+ • 
you may call , ^-ij-rt* • 
they may call , ^-Lf:!-'*- • 



May ^nL^utbli mutninutiT Uttu 
II ufiitiitu/liiJLil£u/li l£iunnnnt.Pntfii • 

fr "I'P'^'i Draw near that 
1 may see you , VPVrJ ^-♦r^^ 

ptun-ltju although, though P-t^ 
-it*** '*- 1 before ^mt^m^^ f •.!. , pro- 
vided 4-^t P-t, unless VP-t -l 

'it^ltlllutlH. ^O.y llUUflM/i.fi , Ai M#_ 

«^ Although lituW though 1 colly 



I might call, tj. 4«/#r P-V J-^ 

Thou mighlst call. 
He might call, 

Qn^GtuIjJi . 

We might call , 
You might call, 
They might call. 

I could call , 

Thou couldst call. 
He could call , 



Might nft '/» may k jiun.ut^ 

iinu[d-jiiJh l>"i iiiuiriiinjji/' L. tM£M$j^ 
uiuhtui^utli • IP I* onttliutb XOU 

might be happy , if you could 
think yourself so, brlr'^'Ji lK 



Could 'biuAutlik i^^Uipniini.^ 



qnp opl^itu^ I could do it , if I 

would . M-ft^ -wAVl ^-^t . VP-t 



XjL. ifiutA %^iubiulijiu should 

"llliitt l^atliltl^ hi'ti , inn /'"> tuuui^ 

g*ug ^ shall h « ^"iJ3 *t "fU*^" 

"hml^utli p.tuliu t\iup^ should, y JfP^ 
J-iUiP fLiuJJitiJiiIh 'U^ubutl^lri Pl^- 
l^iuplt.nnni.p^it^i U. qufiunuiu* onjt^ 

"ittuli [itfL If he should do that, 
I would punish him , fP-t -"^^ 

Should she come , she would 
dine with us, \>^^ ^»._,pt»., T£m_ 



We could call , 
You could call , 
Thej could call . 

I should call , 

Thou shouldsl call, 
He should call , 

QnaGtuuh . 

We should call. 
You should call , 
They should call. 

I would call , 

Thou wouldst call , 
He would call , 

Qna.GutL/i . 

We would call. 
You would call, 
They would call . 

*bf '1^6 %ui[uuiif.pnt.[ifliubgu mm. 'J. , 

•^mV np r^ijili lun. Jhajjt il^nufj 

To call, i-t^L* tu%hpLiijP- putjl^* I*. ilhn2ta^n^ 

fLiMJ^iuq-ftfttt Irppt-tfL 'buM^q.pJtuu tO njt 4* "li^utltiuli UMblinLnu(d^ 



\;i- iltuii'li would ft 'linpi Ifu^ 
'bitlip hV np fitt^^tib will /» s 



— 122 — 

f^p^utj ^u>^fi pu'jl^i Jfi 'ft i-uMjli^u behold^ bidy can, could, 
feel, dare, hear, let, make, may, must, need, see, smell, 
will, would. q,i[, oi.I'lmI^ I beheld him run, St— ^V^ t^- ^!' 

^^m'Umj^ . 1 bid jou go home, <l| «..».» -J, ;.!.•'' *V'l VfP-"»i,'?' •r"-''' • 
He can speak English, ^*-th **••" V-e-Vt'-'^fLHrV'* . ^^' » 

n-b P P1^6 ^b P^ l\8 B npJ^utir u.'l.hpLnjP'l, pu^f^b 

Calling \'tri. » ^-lVl"!' 7» o f/ujiT '^ w It- liuiiT 'ft y , tun. 

*p t^nph-hj^ "Ut^Pp-"!! Jttit.h£nt- 

ing. npuiku to call {-i.VL. calling J-lVl-1- to go VrP—L. going 
VrP--*L-L* to borrow 'J> f-f* -.«-t«.-i_, borrowing '}> f-V« -.^.l^-L- 
to gratify *f-4 .«—iVl. gratifying f-4 «.— ^Vl-I^ — QifpJ^uiir 

umIiW pLitj(3^i juilit^fi^Jj Y' ^ 5 Jiuuiiut-li uni , A. ^'^'^ "!p*P J">i-^ini- 

ing. tinp vpl.%,MM^ to prove ?— jj-tVi., -proving ;— 5-.i.Vt«{.: — f/;?^ 
juA^[tj[i '[, ie , ^nfij[i ie *[i ying. qnp opyiiutfi to die •^•^"''''Vl. 
dying ^•^•"•''•Vl-L' 

<\,pink-uM ^1 i^trpptuflM llihpl£U£j iljtfpft hpplrHh ifinfuutli utlilr ^ 
pli.nt^Pp , liuM IL ipnptiitliuil£ tL.njuilf^ufb utlini-u/li • </"/' oplihiMjl£ 

S^M^.ttJ' •{}•«< f •*!• I see him coming, umju [fu^i ^mxm\_, ^ c^mj , 
The reading of novels is very dangerous for joulh . 

^'"3 '/' 'tiuupiiui^pni-P-h'li^ti to np fubn.p^ qujhlrpLnj[9- putj , 
npufliU uiiFUuto , utjftiiualiuijtt 7iujfutjjn.nnt-P-pL.Itp uinJltnc^j aq.n-p_ 

putj 'i.kpiiujj . qnp opl^iiiuli f\.m^ -.f^VL-'-- ^^- 'f f r^L-j . You 
hinder me from writing. %m ^ptf»l.»». ^j^^L""?.' He amnse« 
himself with singing , lA -. 

q>bPf^U.6 IVoJiblM,* %l>utkuj tjl jnpJ^ujW u!litr^ 

pLnjP ltb^Jliuji[ujltti ju/ittj-li 'fi 

Galled {"iV^L* Jp Lhp piuipjjJiujjU^ luiiv-uj^^i^ 

P luq m-uh-rnil t/t/p t//ntjju Aiuj_ 

%uii-iip niutit. , npu(iiu to blot £}'2.Vl» to beg V''^frtL> j^tJit^tftT 

'ft iujL.liinL.f y* i[/i-p2yt JuJ itli liujh [ipflB ^ip^fl'l' pfipititJip^i • np^ 

tiiku thou Hottest, thou beggest, 2>J.V« . l«'»'rft" • / blotted, I 
^^gged, i'»•£.t^ , ^♦-rrt^ • blotting, begging, il.il:L-L. HrrVL-l- 



— 125 — 

/ have blotted, I have begged, J>£^t-L VJ", l-'»'rrV'*'LVJ'» ^"^'j — 

Jlitu^ "builuf^P-tuj JtiMjjIiuiun^itut. , puiatTujiilutl/li ['tjli , liP^'J^ /*"*_ 

i^Autpih hp^ p"ip' l' 'Ufi'21^' 4i"^'^' zJTzy'l'Bb * "P"ik" ^'^ per- 
mit, to omit, ^^T^Vl. '^ F"«5 P-f'-L* l'"k ^P^ ^l^^tihi n^ 'f, 
ilt^i^litt ijutiblil* uhiiiullilt^ji' ^fiplfiijt f3.tuntu2utpi'lt , n^ufl^u tO Sollclt 

He solicited him to do ill . — ^"U^t "p^ J'^"tff^* 'A ^ j jjip^ih'it 

pitiut. ijjuuiuui^uijlt mutn. fit-nkuibo s 

fKuJ/itun-ttb luf J-uJi/iuuui^o pu'iPQ ii.nnarliu lujun-ijjnil tiutti _ 
iuUiUf_ t^lrnp.uijli Yf i^nuij oJ-uAitj.iu^ ptuijltu tO httVe "'-^Vl' ITC 

opfi%uiIi ii-Jr-i. \S , I have called utjul^i^ ^-^\^ i-L^-f M"- 

lV^^l tf . / had called , lA t 

f^fiutlrut qfi had luti-k^uti^ trnptrilL /'"'^ utltah utj^ if.lrpp.ujjfi 
'bf'pb b Mn>-y'^i^l_ qy-nph'lM n^ uiptupliUM^ p^US HTC b'"P^^V 

tuiL%lri_. opl^iiuli [itfh {^-^ ft'Lt!' 2^"'i.Vl-: » VP-lr -♦''•jr^".? Jrr ^^- 
^^,^mu^tHi_, I had dined wilh vou , but the rain hindered me. 

^bl" Ip^fpil^i , II Jli U. 'tiilp' ilutliftlip u^iuut^tuTCUli uMtlbblruniJi 
J^tuilii^tuJutpi s 

f\««/o l/li h. p"*JJi. "/!£ jbV" I iL Tf"/'*"'**-'/^" '/' 'itnauib^ , 
L. ^n<JilM unpuM uihliiuiiiiho : ^^iinuint-nni-ld^Jii^i $MMUl^utbnb p^ybs 
utibi^fl}uj^unii JJititpi iunil^iuuiutplt l^ L. jutlttth ut^^ q.trpptujli , u*f_ 
inif^ luJlihuijIijit. ^uiuiutiul^hlb ^'Ip' ilu/li iili lua : ^l_utjunu^ti mA, 
llUMliitli putiu uiutqnt-o^ iuin.ujptutj.pp unL.qiul^Jii^ ^lu'bt^lFpJt ^tup^ 
innuifin-P^hiuiIp. 'itna^tU iuihl^utuii*irUt U. lutli^lrtut t^ts ppuipi 1 : 



1 f\.phui [H; '[i 4,500 P^ijbs "PS ^'""^'b'^' Ju/ii^i^ut^iMtti £tr^ 
ttnt-lt^ 160 p"'J^ utIiliuMlinbo his t 



— 124 



8nhSU.li U.tiiU.-bn'b PU.81'8 



UjitoPtohnep". 


l>t»w.si3.p b^ 


'hbPPftB 






^lU-SCPbCl, . 


lVo8blM,» 


To abide, 


FMVl. 


abode , 


abode . 


arise , 


;-.-!• Vl. 


arose , 


arisen . 


awake , 


ttjrcJJ.-^jm'u}:^, 


awoke. 


awaked. 


be. 


L^^VL. 


was , 


been. 


bear, 


.^-.tVL, 


bore, 


borne. 


bear, . 


>-^-^Vl. FVfVL 


, bare. 


born . 


beat, 


W^-^Vl. 


beat. 


beat, beaten . 


become , 


Lf^tL. 


became, 


become . 


befall. 


A-.-.VVL. 


befell. 


befallen. 


beget. 


^*»-^Vl. 


begot. 


begotten . 


begin , 


-i-^VL. 


began. 


begun . 


begird , 


1-' j'Vl. 


begirt, 


begirt . 


behold, 


rV-^tL, 


beheld, 


beheld, behol- 
den* 


bend , 


J«f-.p»w5«#.lVL» 


bent, 


bent. 


bereave , 


triVL. 


bereft , 


bereft . 


beseech , 


-I-t-"^VL. 


besought, 


besought . 


beset , 


r- fl -i-rVi. 


beset, 


beset . 


bespeak 


Afi#«J-*^VL» 


bespoke , 


bespoken . 


betake 


r-L "L-V^ . 


betook , 


betaken. 


bethink 




bethought , 


bethought. 


bid, 


-t-f"-ffVL. 


bid , bad , 
bade. 


bid, bidden. 


bind. 


J-.VL. 


bound , 


bound. 


bite, 


Hi-^VL. 


bit. 


bitten. 


bleed, 


Vf-i A-.r-i.VL, 


bled. 


bled. 


blow. 


fLVL, 


blew, 


blown. 


break , 


Fti-l-VL. . 


broke, brake. 


broken . 


breed , 


-t-.s-.tVL. 


bred , 


bred . 


bring. 


-^•Vl, 


brought. 


brought. 


build , 


1^^VL. 


built * 


built. 



^Asf 



X^uuniu^ijt^i^ Jlunfd^ $pnfuhrf_ qju^s^u ftuui l^uibttliuMunii 



125 — 



^>tJPb^n8^^ . 


|>^13.80.P hh 


T-bP^CB 






»I13.SD.P1>0.1,. 


lJA,8bI3.l.' 


To burn , 


«*;rkt 


burnt, 


burnt. 


burst , 


l-f^-lVL, 


burst , 


burst. 


. W> 


f^VL. 


bought. 


bought . 


cast. 


-ri-HL, 


cast. 


cast . 


catch , 


tlJ"f-^VL, 


caught * , 


caught , cat- 
ched. 


chide, 


^-HH-^tLr 


chid, 


chidden . 


choose y 
chuse \ 


tVrVL. 


chose , 


chosen . 


cleave , 


^Vfj-L. 


clave , clove , 


cleft , cloven . 


climb, 


•^-fLsVL. 


clomb i , 


climbed. 


cling, 


S^b-^ih' 


clung. 


clung. 


clothe , 


i+V-r-— rVL» 


clad, clothed. 


clad, clothed. 


couie, 


t-L. 


came, 


come . 


cost. 


-rHL, 


cost. 


cost. 


creep. 


""T-Lf 


crept. 


crept. 


crop. 


I— ^VL. 


cropt , 


cropt. 


crow. 


V'tf-tL 4-.^««-5 , 


, crew , 


crowed. 


curse , 


-Hi-VL. 


curst * , 


curst. 


cut. 


4-.^-.tVL. 


cut. 


cut. 


dare. 


^-Vf^H. 


durst , 


dared . 


deal. 


4_-.:i-^^VL-'l-rVL. dealt. 


dealt . 


die, 


Jt— .^K. 


died. 


died , dead . 


dig, 


f-rVL, FrtL. 


dug*, 


dug. 


dip, 


p.-.t-.i.» 


dipt* 


dipt. 


do. 


--Hl, 


did, 


done. 


draw. 


jfVL, ♦-ri>L. 


drew. 


drawn . 


dream , 


jVr-iVL. 


dreamt. 


dreamt . 


drink , 


cJ'-.Vl, 


drank. 


drunk. 


drive , 


■L-tVl, -^-l-^V 


L, drove, 


driven . 


drop. 


^Vr"-L. ^"••Vl» 


dropt*. 


dropt . 


dwell. 


F^-ik. 


dwelt. 


dwelt. 


eat. 


-rk. 


eat, ate, 


eaten . 


fall, 


f^VL, 


fell. 


fallen. 


feed, 


iVr-lf1:L. 


fed, 


fed. 


feel. 


^f-L» 


felt. 


felt. 


fight. 


J'«*fy^LtLi 


fought, 


fought. 



1 X^^ufuiitiflfi unijnpiu^iup ftum liiuhnUuiL.iiQ$u£U iJiUft 



1*>0 — 



l>ljPljhn8P>« . 


1>'»13.S0.P bh 


n>ljPPl5-3 






MCSU-rblM,. 


I3.'b8bl3.u« 


To find. 


f^^H. 


found, 


found. 


flee, 


f-l-LVL. 


fled. 


fled . 


fling. 


-tI-Hl. jfVL, 


flung, 


flung. 


%. 


!J"-&1, f-V'LVL. 


flew. 


flown. 


fold, 


^-lVl, 


folded. 


folded , folden . 


forbear 1 


, Va-rVL. 


forbore , 


forborne . 


forbid , 


-*ff Vl—l. 


forbad, 
forbid , 


forbidden . 


foresav , 


^-^I-J-AVl. 


foresaid , 


foresaid . 


foresee , 




foresaw , 


^ foreseen. 


foretell , 




foretold , 


forelold. 


forget , 


S^m-ml^l^, 


forgot , 


forgotten. 


forgive , 


^trVL. 


forgave , 


forgiven . 


forsake , 


l^-^Vl. 


forsook , 


forsaken . 


freeze , 


-— Hr 


froze , 


frozen . 


freight , 




fraught*, 


fraught . 


geld. 


IT**- » 


gelt, 


gelt. 


get. 


"<*••""*' ""Li 


got. 


got, gotten. 


giW, 


-A^svcirK, 


gilt. 


gilt, gilded. 


gird, 


f«r^ -^Vl, 


g"'t. 


girt, girded. 


give. 


f- L. 


gave, 


given . 


go 5 


VfP-L. 


went. 


gone. 


grave, 


Tr^:>L. 


graved , 


graved, graven. 


grind , 


-l.-'L. 


ground , 


ground . 


grow , 


-i-tL, 


grew, 


grown . 


hang, 


4-Hl. 


hung*, 


hung, hanged. 


have , 


-^Vl, 


had , 


had. 


heave. 


-J"?— ^-^L. 


hove, heaved. 


hove, heaved. 


hew. 


4-^-.t1:i., 


hewed. 


hewn. 


hide. 


^-^iH. 


hid. 


hidden . 


hit. 


A-^ri-^VL. 


hit. 


hit. 


hold, 


-1'tL. t'^f-'«'l:L, 


, held. 


held. 


hurt. 


i(!r-VL, 


hurt. 


hurt. 



i f^^uihut qli funutnnni-ifiM luitu/hahiui t^utW puMni^ p-'tfts 
*hnpt k P^l- uMnJuiutiul^usliiua %nu^iit t 



— 127 



liiibPt^hnep. . 


1>»IT3.S13.P bh 


'hbPPO.S 






iCSWObTM,- 


l^-bSbCU* 


To keep. 


-tVL. 


kept. 


kept. 


kneel. 




knelt. 


knelt. 


knit. 


AH-Vl, 


knit*. 


knit. 


know. 


Hryi, ^-^-lVl. 


, knew. 


known . 


lade, 


p-.^'U-.l., 


laded , 


laden . 


lav. 




laid, 


laid. * 


lead, 


-*•- 2>-rTVL. 


led. 


led. 


leap. 


•L-^Vl. -"T^-'Lt 


leapt. 


leapt. 


learn. 


tVL. 


learnt. 


learnt. 






learned. 


learned . 


leave. 


(L«^-^J'J, P-.5 , 


left, 


left. 


lend , 


jmlejl ^mi, 


lent. 


lent. 


let, 


t^'V-L. 


let, 


let. 


He, 


£ut-^J-.^^,. 


lay. 


lain. 


light. 


■L— -Vl, l"-5"'^Vl. 


, lit, lighted, 


lit, lighted. 


lose. 


\mfm^HJU\:l, 


lost, 


lost. 


make. 


--^Vl, 


made. 


made . 


mean. 


H-'^-iVL. 


meant. 


meant. 


meet, 


A-HHVl. 


met. 


met. 


melt. 


J-lVl. 


melted, 


melted, molten 


misbeco- 


-Ht-t Lf'J'tL. 


misbecame. 


misbecome. 


me. 








misgive. 


VfiVr--5-.^!:L. 


misgave. 


misgiven. 


mislav , 


I-WVl. 


mislaid , 


mislaid . 


mistake , 


ir^•^VL. 


mistook, 


mistaken . 


misunder- 


[i^-r H-.'»-.L. 


misunder- 


misunder- 


stand. 




stood , 


stood . 


mow, 


^^JVl. 


mowed, 


mown. 


overbear , 


^Cf-.t^L» 


overbore , 


overborne. 


overcast , 


>-5-itL, 


overcast. 


overcast. 


overcome, 


j-rP-VL, 


overcame. 


overcome. 


overdo , 


Vl-l. 


overdid , 


overdone. 


overdrive 


'^ F-3 J'ttL. 


overdrove , 


overdriven . 


overflow , 


3'tr^Lf 


overflowed. 


overflown. 


overhear, 


^•"ir l-Vl. 


overheard , 


overheard . 


oversee , 


^-jVl» T^'♦•VLf 


oversaw, 


overseen . 


overset. 


uIVl. f •«-f^LVLi 


overset. 


overset . 



128 — 



I>bpbhn8i3-. 


1>«1B.S13.P bb 


'bbPf^lNB 






Ml3.SU.Pbl3.U • 


WufibU.!,* 


To overlake 




overtook , 


overtaken . 


overthrow 


5 f— f-lVLt 


overthrew , 


overthrown . 


outshine, 


r-L-"*— Lt 


outshone. 


outshone . 


owe. 


-t-r-^-h'i' U'Ht 


, owed , 


owen, owed. 


pass. 


-tj-tVL. 


past* 


past. 


Paj> 


^-^-j-'-Vl, 


paid. 


paid. 


put, 


r^L. 


put, 


put. 


read, 




read ( «.4«" ) 


read ( n.kin ) 


rend. 




rent * , 


rent. 


rid. 


-r-rVL. 


rid. 


rid. 


ride. 


^F-'-L-rti. 


rid, rode, 


ridden . 


ring, 


^HVr-j-HL. 


rang. 


rung. 


rise , 


.'— Hl. 


rose. 


risen. 


rive. 


^K*Vl. 


rived , 


riven. 


run, 


t^^-^-L. 


ran. 


run . 


saw. 


"rrtL* 


sawed. 


sawn. 


saj, 


-Vl. 


said , 


said. 


see. 


rV-^L. 


saw, 


seen . 


seek, 


t-^Vl. 


sought. 


sought. 


seeth , 


VfVL. I— ri.VL. 


sod. 


sodden . 


sell. 


4r^— Vl, 


sold. 


sold. 


send. 


-— •^♦Vit 


sent. 


sent. 


set. 


t^Vl. 


set. 


set. 


shake , 


P-cJl-ftL, 


shook , 


shaken . 


shave , 


fVri— u, 


shaved. 


shaven . 


shear, 


f-*rVL. i-jrVL. 


shore , 


shorn . 


shed, 


A-VL.P-fVL. 


shed , 


shed. 


shew. 


D-5-VVi.. 


shewed , 


shewn . 


shine. 


f«^ji.VL. ri'^L. 


shone, 


shone . 


shoe, 




shod , 


shod . 


shoot, 


k\:L. 


shot, 


shot. 


show , 


t-t-^Vl. 


showed , 


shown . 


shred , 




shred , 


shred. 


shrink , 


\Hh' 


shrank , 


shrunk . 


shrive ^ 


t-Vu ^V""i*-{r- 


shrove , 


shriven . 



XnMJU, 





~— j 


lay — - 




.U^bpfehnep- . 


1>^13.SB.P bh 


'biypr^u.e 






ilCSCPblM,. . 


CA.81713.1.* 


To shut, 


WVl. 


shut. 


shut. 


sing. 


VffVL. 


sang, 


SUng..rf5r*ft / 


sink. 


"-^^-^k. 


sank, sunk, 


sunk. 


sit. 


1-rVL. 


sat , sate , 


sat. 


Slav, 


.-I^WttL. 


slew, 


slain . 


sleep. 


^HVl. 


slept, 


slept . 


slide , 


-- ^Jl, "'vhU 


. slid, 


slidden . 


sling. 


-t-r"VL. 


slang. 


slung. 


slink, 


hv f-Lt 


slunk , 


slunk . 


slit, 


^trj-i., 2^Vi*Vl 


, slit. 


slit. 


smell, 


i»»-l liuiiT wm.^ 


smelt, 


smelt. 




"••"-L t^-T ^uttT 






i.^-t.-5. 






smite, 


^-rJ-^L. 


smote 


smitten. 


snow. 


J^-^VL, 


snowed , 


snown . 


sow, 


.VfJ'-^VL, 


sowed , 


sown. 


speak , 


H-Vl. 


spoke , spake . 


, spoken . 


speed , 


f-f^-L, 


sped, 


sped. 


spell. 


AVfVL.-^'T-.jVL. 


spelt. 


spelt. 


spend. 


i-HL. 


spent. 


spent. 


spill. 


4-tL. 


spilt, spilled. 


, spilt, spilled 


spin. 


J'-Hl, 


spun. 


spun . 


spit. 


(l^-iVl. 


spit, spat, 


spitlen . 


split. 


^lrr>-L. 


split, 


split. 


spread , 


-f-VL. 


spread , 


spread. 


spring. 


-f^VL. 


sprung, 
sprang. 


sprung . 


stamp , 


Tf-rtL. 


stampt * , 


stampt. 


stand. 


;-.^J.t i-«L. 


stood , 


stood . 


steal. 


^.^-.1m.l, 


stole , 


stolen . 


slick , 


j-tVl. l-r-VL. 


stuck 5 


stuck . 


sting, 


Hj^tt. 


stung. 


stung. 


stink , 


4-^H.^tl-H» 


stunk , 


stunk. 


stride , 




strode , 


stridden . 


strike , 


struck , 


struck . 


string, 


jV»^"*-L* Vt^lt 


strung * , 


strung . 


strive , 


2-.W1., 


strove , 


striven . 


swear , 


VfT^-L. 


swore , 


sworn . 


sweat , 


*ff^fL, 


sweat * , 


sweated. 


sweep , 


"•*-1:L •"^-Vl. 


swept, 


swept . 
9 



— 150 



l>t;Pb>n6P«. 


1>»1\3.S\%P Ijh 


'bljPPD.8 






»lU:Sl3.Pbl3.U. 


lVo8t?l3.l,» 


To swell, 


m^f^m^^yml^l, 


swelled , 


swollen . 


swim. 


L-^r-L. 


swara. 


swum. 


swing, 


rm^ml^l,, 


swang. 


swung . 


take, 


-i.Vl. 


took, 


taken . 


teach , 


-"••— 7*'''Vl» 


taught. 


taught. 


tear. 


-t *••»•-• •^Vl. 


tore. 


torn. 


tell. 


««"Vl» n-f'^i* 


told. 


told. 


think , 




thought , 


thought . 


thrive , 


^-L-tH* 


throve , 


thriven. 


throw , 


-ri-HL. 


threw. 


thrown . 


thrust , 


"f^VL. 


thrust , 


thrust. 


tread , 


-- .^t I-Hl. 


trod. 


trod, trodden 


unbend , 




unbent. 


unbent. 


undergo , 


kH. 


underwent , 


undergone. 


under- 


ISJI^I, 


understood , 


understood. 


stand. 








under- 


jV-^-fiVL, 


undertook , 


undertaken . 


take , 








undo, 


-.^VfVl. 


undid. 


undone . 


wax, 


Vi.-^H- -^Vl. 


waxed, waxen 


, waxed, waxen . 


wear. 




. wore. 


worn. 


weave. 


""f-A-^iVL. 


wove*. 


woven . 


weep. 


^p^«.H«*VLt 


wept, 


wept. 


wet. 


p.^t^j.» Pt2>l. 


wetted , wet , 


wetted , wet . 


will. 


i-^L. 


would, 




win. 


i-^Vl. 


won , 


won. 


wind. 


T'^"-''"*'L. 


wound , 


wound. 


withdraw. 


, JtiHL, 


withdrew , 


withdrawn . 


withhold , 


n-'^VL. -rfV. 


withheld , 


withheld . 


withstand 




withstood , 


withstood. 


work , 


■L-f-iVL, 


wrought*. 


wrought . 


wrap. 


-!•*•♦— •J'Vl. 


wrapt , 


wrapt. 


wring. 


-L-fVu* 


wrung. 


wrung . 


write , 


ffVL, 


writ, wrote, 


written . 


writhe , 


f-L-rVL* 


writhed , 


writhen . 



151 — 



When famous Gincmnatus to name dictator ^ 

deputy senate to find holding plough ; 

to leave to shed tear to cry : Alas ! 

piP i^iu^uiftu I ^b''t3l' "* nt.plrilh I uhptluAbuu/ ^'yu 

^jg. field I will not then be | to sow 

luW s 

year, 
courtier Philip king Macedon to wish 

to persuade | to revenge | man 

I i/Mumiu^ufunp^ I , np J^p ^f /» [uouhitM/ ifbiliub^ s 

I of merit j , to speak 

I ^uiput I; pliJt q.puilr£^ liiupt , luu^ ^^tpuittfnu , tp^ 

I I must j know first , to say whether 

tu utnclruji pqyW "bJl^ uputnl^uMn.u : \i*~ uihnk-l^uiolrtui 

to give cause . to be in- 

formed that J had not | to receive 

£hnp^u l/t'^f Ph ^ lupJ-uiliuMt-np l[^u*i_ hp "^"f t tun-tuoktua 

favour any , though to deserve Oa • to send 

ttjtu 7Cn[u pbh-uMju J 8^"' ^'**'^'l' l^f_ J'UitTu/btu^uta inuutt^ 

rich present . After some time to hear 

^ unpi utjp liJuM pjttttujlip Jhh^uMiShhr tLn$^L.pht^u s S^~ 

that very man to bestow upon great praise . to 

1 \k i^tupJ-u juijunuft^ 'ft ij-fiufh/r^ lu^lilrpinfi^ pi^A^ "PB 
pq/A itUiliutintup , i^tumuipirut£_ L. ^lutf ufbahuti n.hppuij , '^lujhu^ 
3b V n"*-^*"^" uMhliutbnU puul'q • t^Pk 1-nt.qlrV ih-npn.lruq^ nuut 
npnt-iT bn.truti_k'U , fiuli hPh i^"*-^^'^* tP'"["t^"3^ puin liuMUn_ 
"huMunp pufj^tt to call p q-fiinlr^nil^lt. i^u*iioPnt.ppt.%u tirrpllh s 



— 132 — 

uiutsl;^ q.nt^ , tuuk jutpiJ-tuiT ^^i^uiuinu umiu 'bnjb uiut^ 

see then same 

liuuBiulia/bu , tf^ hu 7Ciu%uM^ir [utc Lu ^uAi qih,^ ^luMftu 

that to know secret 

H-uii^uiph^nt-^u/hh^tj qiuMpiufuounuP-fiA t 

of to check slander . 

king Antigonus to pitch a camp spot 

m-fthp l£tu[i[i uili^uipP- , ^nt-iui^ intTuibu qoniul^ufliiuq nrn* 

inconvenient, to overhear O5 • some soldier 

Ufpuib^tp'i' It- np^ luou^Jfli ^p i^hiTu^iI; : ^njuiuliuili uiut^ 

to murmur to speak Instead to 

punish insolence to say If 

IfiuJp^ ^p luouh^ t^uMpoiujli , Jhlibhautpncn ^lrn.Jt 'fi fun^ 

to retire to a distance 

nufbl; Unpph , I ^nL.al; uftuinnt-^tuulrunJ^ %tu qlihrq 'p 4"*,' 

tent 1 lest he punish you in case you 

inuiilr£^ Jinput *p 'l^pu'j pu/lifi^ Jtlrpnq I t 

should be overheard by him | . 

\^uini.ppnu \^uspifli£^nu ll^'^lf>l_ l^u»qutalruM£^ p i^ptuq [ifi^ VT 

Spurius Carvilius to be much lamed by wound 

f^i£iu£tru/f^ lip '^ uupnuiMJ^utp^nt-P^h-ui^ ^uiuiupuil^uM^ M/fc"„ 

to receive in the service common- 

utnt-P-hu^i , uMiIiu^p lrpft.hf_ 'jt ^puMig^iuputliJi s \^pLb-ut^ , 

wealth , to be ashamed to appear public . to appear abroad, 

§auk itujjp %nput , npttil^u a^ J^i Jp ^'^L^ IPC *un-bni.^nt.u 

to say mother , that every step to take 

to remind oUa. , courage . 

^lrq.uiplrin ^utkuti_ au{iutnJiL. [l^^inj phmphun_ '^ dp J^^ 

Pedaretes "i. nuui,inij_ umu.gUu.i_ honour of to choose for 

certain place of distinction 

'^ Diunufpjib . iv.tupXuMU I '^ uiniSb p*-p I i*^cb t"^ 

in city ; to return | at home | easy 

It. jnjj- ni-puifu , ujulr£nil_ itP^h 4*"/'/' P"P'ipli'u*£_ J^p ij^ 

cheerful , to say overjoyed 



— 155 — 

Sparta to find better 

t^^i •• 

^nlr^uiujlfa l^uirtpk-n.n'tih *fi iLUtiAtufh p ^luni^Jutj uiblfuili 

ambassador Carthage to return to fall 

'^ Jihn.u y^^ltuflinLft s I y^m[iufl^[tlt ifliiu {uiJliUlf^\Mli) ^Jt ufui^ 

into hand Sci'pio . | He was pressed to make re- 

utu/li$LU ntfltlff^ attituui I : 0^' uiuusa %ui , (3^^u£^in tt. \\utn^ 

prisals j . No, to say though Car- 

o/rtf.n%uiqpa Is-nqSLiu^uin hiilrb n^ JftuMjb ti\}huiif.tuif.uin^ 

thaginian to break not only ^j^. tru- 

lluftili , "III 'inult. ^nuit-uiba uiitq.iuq lUtbXb uhpna ^/»"^ 

ce , but also law nation in person 

utui^uiq , lyt ^^ I yill**P^3**U3 I c}*t •'i*'tu'i>^y* uiptnt. 

I will not treat | ^jg in 

hnuiliutliuit. , np uibuipj-ulb [tnh IfwW ^n-nifilkui^uiii Jtbr^ 

manner unworthy either Roman di- 

^iijhi*if*~(d-lfu^t , L. liutiT ^uiptf.uiq ^uiifiuii.npnt.P'iFuilt , itpnt-iT 

gnity 5 or rule moderation , ^jg 

JJtyut a^lrtn i^iuiqlruif^ hiTi 

constantly to observe . 

\^tfhuAtn1i ant-ntubtip it^bruibJ^nt-Ptti^ tuiiHsbuipi 'ft if.ttph^u 

to show magnanimity actions 

p*-p li- if-plrtu Plf luidbbiupi *^ piotiu pi-p • 'yi_ <rnifnilni.pif.a 

almost word ; but people 

y^ufuiltjitij I uiiuuii-hf^ HittL ifutptluiah lui kf*^* df't "iP' I 

Spain j were especially affected with it | 

jttpJ-iuiT ilhpj-hutq ifutlinilli ld-uiif.tui.npU tfnp "itnpui iluiinnt.^ 

when to refuse title king to oU 

^uibl;Jtb "litTtu , £,^uiqhuifu ftlttf. out9nt.ld^ht^ "hnpiu U. f^f- 

fer to charm with valour 

tua.iuiniuAU-n.^iti.P^i.'lt : ^Irujtb tulfithpL , tuu^ ^fiuinu \ p_ 

generosity . To see plainly , to say Li- 

tl^nu , P^ npufftull ilhirnt-Plit^ ^nif.t.tj I^p 'ft %i/ui 'p 

vy greatness soul in 

li^iuinlrf^ lup^uiiTuip^iu'bo^ L. n.upn^uilio^ J"iP* ufuitnftt- , np 

to look down with contempt disdain upon a title , 



— 154 — 

4: uituuiTCutn. ^fiuMqila/b II pjl^p^ "UIP3 Jus^ljutliiuanuuMa s 

object admiration desire rest mankind . 

expression emperor Valerian to show | how- 

iunptuuini-P-JiuIt ilhtriu^h-uMj^l^n L.u ^fi jhutjtit J-iudtubiulfu uglr^ 

much poverty was esteemed even in the lower age of Em- 

mni-P-lru^/tt | s ^tuqlru , utu^p uiu uiit. miu^utujutli i^tubintSh , 

pire . I to give , to say keeper treasury , 

Aurelian to nominate consul , 

amJlihtupi nn Jiqh ilujpLnp '[i ^uiutnt-^iulihi^ ^uifuii un^ 

necessary to defray the charges of 

t^nuMlituli ^uAn-liuutq-pnt-Pku/bj • %iu uipj-iuliji k ^Irn^i^ 

the customary shows . to deserve assi- 

ihnunt-P-trtuiiu uut^u f^*-pif uMiy^iuutni-P^lriuliU , itp lun^tl^ 

Stance by reason poverty , to render 

^ut uuint-if-fti- Jhb- , L np tiutpij.1; ijhut | tf-t^p 'f$ il^-py ^u*f> \ 

truly great , to rank | above | 

(29, 30) U • lo a^^ ">} ramblings, I shall be accompanied. 
»L. all diversified, according to the season. 

f\ . \\pPnuP[,t.% \^M.b^Jh/Js L {^utp,[.j:u%ni.[3 hiu'l, (15) U ♦ 

How manj did vou sa^? inquired iL,« and that numberless 
ruined villages are mine ? 



— 153 — 

^nMi'bu.ra, T>Mn3..2.nhr»i, •nm.iiuuuhnp bh 

ilPChnrCiWu p"*f.ft ituqi^'ii Y» ^hnit oJ-uAt^-iuli ptyfiu to he 

D^p|. W jmJ\:\^ijmJ-H , He is loved hy everj body, umju \^i^ ^^ 
rV?V"fL t '•- • liiV'«*r^- fr-'-Vs""- ;U.LVf«^'*'Trt » The world was 
conquered by Alexander , iujuji%^ Vi?*- ^r'^'-^'^L' — <{>^mlsUM 
^ ^^7- liputt^nftusliutti pujjljin 'b"pt 'J'"*P'*"i-n"'-Plii^u by U. 

U,'».'hro.')-iJ.ra p««/^ i^"pt^ n.ypuMiinL.iuJp^u myself^ thy- 
self^ UHi t Ofl^'uilt [tith . 

I flatter mjself, V- HftJ" i.-.tjt K. V'tk.il^'^ 

Thou flatterest thyself, t--^ J««.pV- ♦L-^j't *- . j >^^ ^--l/*^^ 

He flatters himself, !-♦ J-.«.pt .t_-.tj1. ^-p , , 6- ^Aj' ^ ^ *^/ 

She flatters herself, (%o/1>/^^. ;;?A i^ "^ 

We flatter ourselves , 4f l^-pV^V ^-^j^^- Jtf , 

You flatter yourselves 1 , .j—j-t J««*pV+ ♦t,•*♦''•j^''••« jVr » 
They flatter themselves. t»^M« ^M<pV^ t^m^yum {r-pt'^l'?* 

1>^0.SD.P bh MCSCPbr.!,, I flattered myself, Hftt 

l>bPbhnBf». To flatter one's self, V*.«PVl 

1 b/i^'t ^'^^ ni-Jh^k tjk pu/i/b tuufi you flatter yourself. 



— 156 — 

1* putnutq.pt-tU£_J-tui/uAuJ^u'b uMtultncii aoJ- tub n.ut till tO JlCLVe 

••*-^Vl» ^ "t. ^^ ^^ L^'^'Vl' of^iJihuM^ psBi I have flattered mv- 
self, b- m'L^mS^ t.-.l.jT. \^m^\:S. He has flattered himself, %m 



To abstain. 


^tjt-.-,.; lJ,. 


To fight. 


•^-ff^'LVL. 




Hl. 


get up. 


J— tVL, 


awake , 


t-rp-l.— t.. 


get drnnk, 


-rFV^-L. 


care, 


A-f-L. 


get rid , 


^V^i-''^^L. 


complain , 


fcff-HH, 


go awaj , 


> F-5 f^-L^ 


cry. 


f-LVL. 


retire , 


•^Hl. 41--. 


go to bed , 


tM-^x-iK. 




.-.Wt, 


hasten , 


f-^-.L» 


rise, 


^--Hl. 


lie down , 


t^K-f-^K. 


run awaj, 


V*";** '♦•-•L* 


marry , 


-.J'-WHt-.t-t, 


sit down , 


F-t^L. 


mend , 


— ii.Vl ^-V^ . 


stand, 


;-^1. J-t., 


mistake , 


•IrH^L. 


surrender. 


^-Lt-tjl, 


perceive , 


'^4^-.^Wl, 


walk , 


Xf'^-'L, LfK 


quarrel , 


i-fVL, 




f-jR. 


rejoice. 


FVrirK. 


withdraw , 


tVr-T'ji.-.i.-.L. 


remember. 


, ;f:tL. 


wonder, 


t-.fj'-.t-.t,, 


repent, 


lt£.-L. 






^ni»'l3.'bCr»a p««/^ ibrapq-P* 


pium usa.u»2bk'y oplAu^lf^^ . 




u u> irii*b liM i\^ 






•bbPice 





We love one another, 
You love one another, 
Thej love one another, 






l>tPbhn6P- 

To love one another , "Jr Vl ^^f Vt* • 

X^uifiP- 4 ipnluuttitMili i^trinj one another 4i^phi_ each 
other, qnp opItbuM^ \^»\, p.^ -f fV* ^"*"« ^^^V•-f" » It is said thej 
love each other . 



— 157 — 

q-Mr&AnhPM h juM'itq.flttuliut'iili'b must ^m^\ V . -^i t» 

'bbP^O.6 

1 must speali , ^-T J t pV I^o-Vl* 

Thou must speak, 4«-fJ V ♦Vt V««"Vl» 

He must speak, Aw^J t ''"''•* V*»"Vl. 

We must speak, ^mp\ t "tt. l-^-tL. 

You must speak 5 ^mp\ Jy jV«L 1-»«»Vl» 

They must speak , 4-«rJ t ^"J** l-e-Vi.* 

VO opfiiiuilf Zy>*'^\ V Af«»4.*t^VL l^•1•J•^•^'• » We must instruct 
children , l^iuiT Children must be instructed , L ^luiT It is 
necessary to instruct children . ^wm ptu0t.p% ^'*»c\ t •t^ Af-»^ 

\3*lpi p-'yu ^-'f\ t , •"^J t; J"UL. ^**^'f***^i**^** t **nuihu ^""f J 

fcf » '*'''l tfrl' » ^ » fpif[uiup.kn^ I uA^f^ 0*110/1111 pon^L^u to be 

obliged 5 ^0 be necessary , requisite iioiT needful , ^«/» op^%utl^ 
-^-ri Vf fy H"Vli I was obliged to speak, ^ottT It was ne- 
cessary , requisite, needful for me to speak, ufju ^ti^ UfK 

1^ iojui^^oMi£oAftb L. u»jf P"*/ ^p*f^gf**-n^ want ^ nn 1*fip^ 

|.f #.5 . npuiku I want money , fljtf*" '^\S >ffmSmj , He wants 
a coat , ^<^V«»r «'!' "ili") t ■•••'''" * — l*''^ ^P^ ptu'itii pgu^mp^ 
Im^ A^t , ujufi I must have money , He must have a coat, ««/«» 



— 158 — 

Vt V^i, ^•"ft V ("•"-''•Vl) » You do what jou should do, ^uttT 
what jou ought to do . QV -j« -fit" ^-ri tr (L^HL) » That 
is Dot as it should be, ^ujiT as it ought to be. 

uMiuhy^nj a^ifh . opj^tulifi uMi^tq.utt. If I mav sav SO, \f^\: \<-^ 

JHfuii qybutniui.nnnt.p-Jwuli jf/blrjnj l^tuiT ^-^"/^/[jZ/ I'l'liP * IfP 

opftbiuli That maj be , IT-rP-J' >**i»S i.J.1.Vl» 

|»«4 Can onL-qtu^il^ anliiuliutli l^iu^inqni.P'JtLSlt , uijiij^fA 
aqopnt-PlttSli Iftiitl a<^iiiiniui.nnni-fa-lit-b uin-htiinj a^Uii • ontutuil/n 

iltuu'b I will do it if I can, li^"'^^: vA P-t i-rV"^* umju fiit^ 

brhi^ 'ly'l'b "'lp"*ih" can , ^ut^iq-h-pJi. putqututulfub tJuMUftb_ 

lltuJp.u not jtuph^nj 'p h^uMjp% , i^np oftfiiiutli That cannot be, 
XjChIbP' "{wliutuiui-nfi puMjiiii can L. tnay ni%Jtit JJtutjU <rj[]<ii4- 

I can, i-fV-*", I could, H^t^ . W-:^ » 

Thou canst, ^fV- , Thou couldst, ^-fVJr » {•"r^rW 1 

He can, J«««rt f He could, ^rtr . I'^fT t ^^^ 



We can , \^:\Si. , 




You can 5 J-rt* , 




Thej can , J"«rV''' • • 




I maj, J-ftJ". 


I might, J^rtf-.i-T-r?-. 


Thou mayst , ^-fV- , 


Thou mightst , J««rt?T , \>»f»^ 


He mav , J-j-t , 


rVf. 


We mav , l-rV^* ^^' • 


He might, i-j-Vr. K-r. ^^- 



opJtUui^ (\,^^).'Um £i{Lt»A«-j_U ffVL* He can read and write . 



— 159 — 

i|.^fM.5t-«L V^ t J««*f'*?t"«L t^f ip'p' I could have, I might 

have 5 It. '^t-tniu^uff p^utjb '^ Jhtj_ uflitrphinjfd- , lun. BU^t^flnu^ftu 

iLiilt utiiubuti* ijn[i opl^tuli ii««f«*5V»"L V^ i"LtL» I could have 
called 5 I might have called . 

ahle \<-t"i. l!''''Vl» ^ItnlutJiiuMli pnyliu can ; L to he permitted, 
to he allowed, ^-r^t-L L^HL• ^VrtL^ f-i. k""^ "JlI^'^L'"^'"- 

'buta.njb t^injuutliut^ fttujltu maV . i^tp o[i^%utl£ ^\>-^— <•<}): "^-^ A«»»_ 

.^•*5«.ttL» He will not be able to paj, Qj-r-'-rV '••« l«*-t:L "••• 
-.ff-j , He will not be permitted ^utW allowed to speak to 

the kinff • f\>ltuihuj «/» II ili/uH% 'bhnl^utjjili , utliliiutnuinpU U. 

liiuututfthruM^ iFuiiiP- 4 liuf^tr^ 1JP"U" ^^ ^^ ^^^^ 3 ^^ ^^ permit- 
ted, to he allowed . 

<t\iiff£tuuiut.nn 4" /^ p*"J" ought np ^nc^uttil^ tuttt^f^S , ft. nuJip 
iiiitiuiiu^ll ^Ifi/ii Uhfa- 

I ought, We ought 5 

Thou oughtest. You ought. 

He ought, Thev ought. 

<»|-ff V W . *V^, ^J"- , Jt^. jK. ^-5- • <n-ff Vr -^t., jV^, ^' = 
Qpl^tuli , *^m^^ Vr jtt jK^L ir^T » ^o" ought to remember 

it . — f{,[tink-tu qli iqijuliiuuujt.nprf. OUght ^"titf-pf^ ij^hin fit-p 
ifliiufuiL^pq. to , I'Ph lubhpLnjP- ptui a^hm Lr^hua^ , qnp u*JlJf. 
*f§ miu^tuuiuunp*uq ^tnJini~li pliuML. s 

^tuliuiuiut.np 4 ^ P"il" will' L nJlilt JJiumJIi t^hhpliutjb , 
qu/ltl^iuututpli L q^it/miuplru^£^>. npu£^u I Will J'*"'}"'' » / WOUld ^ 

i|-JtrV-L t:^ . ^<t:1r*L Vfr d^*i'^* ^ would have, thou 
wouldst have . L ^hwiu^tuj pu^p' uAt^pLnjlS^ '^ Mpu , ii-ip tun. 

H, He would have married mj sister . 

Yuli iluMuli ujinti J-tuiIluUiuliutj iluipltit piuj^u tO Wlsh tlj«*t.» 

to he willing 5««JtLi i'^-c L^''•tL . desirous ^m^m^m^ iJ-'^'Vl. 
pleased ^miCmj iJ>i«Vl» to have a mind 4*f" ""^Vl* to intend 

J— f4tLt ^ *^^ ^itjiii^^inp , npp tTiupPftti iliuph^b. 'ft 'libpliatpi 
It. iiulittlmtuiU i 



— 140 — 

\^mS);S t^ Al.««»{-«''*TtTj '••* » I will have him obey, iuju[^^i \\m_ 
J^S -.-iVl i3— ^l—^-tT-Vt.. 2^-4^" p-t f fV-jt" r— • I would not 
have you write, utju ft'ii^t QJ-JJ-J" »-1.Vl t>ti frVL* 

^Y't'l' fiu,pS.huti_ will have^ would have, IfRk e^J^ \*'^\. 

tun. tultni^i l/f'^ liuitT utn. i^lrnuMl§nult tM^uJut^u/bttqjt • nt-n 'A 
■^utjni-Mlu iltupPp ^luut^jnt-f^ liuiiT iiuu^umuItj^ 'tP'yh "'"'•tl.* 

qnpopl^iuli 0^4 J-J""?^J .'tfi— : fr":- {-4:H (— ^tt). Which 
of these two books will yoxx have? ii<"»t^ ("-''•Vl) •Lb^i"••^'*• ^^ 
^mum , I would have them both . 

\^'^\^ P-U*J^ [h-npq.J^ q.hpiulint-iujp.u it* ann onf^iiu^ It 

rains -Vr ^t f it snows j^-^t • it rained mU^^l-^p , it snowed 

4, u. p d- ^ d^a • 

JpA^ q.ntA ni.py^ ijji2iuJ^ tlujiA fuoulr£nf uui^iut. , L piuqnt-tT 

seldom of to talk • of- 

Muii^iuir i^iuutt ^tuut fuouhnjj • 

ten too much 

\}Ph ^hp qu^tJi^u ilhp I jjuiuph u^nt-D | , ^iiinilhuPJiu^ip 

If I did not flatter | , flattery 

"iJlfS ^'upuiual^t tltq uutbuthhl* 

<;ja. to hurt. 

}X^uip^ luilh'tiujjh mpiitli2k ib'-f^'U jftinipiuliiuU^'li L n^ n^ 

memory no body 

^pP^Hh^ t[h*-[*1f tf-*atnn/^ui^tu%^'h . 

judgment , 
Before we desire | thing to examine 

happiness to possess . 

\jPk ^utpnutub- uiiuuihpiuqjfi ^lupLnp ^ , utj^ ^ uiuipm 

If scourge war necessary 

pitiuL. uiint-^_ qppk-tupu , ^ mtupui qJliiIku/bu driufu/ri_ | '^ 

to hate to devour | in 

pituqiuqitt-P-li-uA utIiiL. I • 

the midst of peace j . 



— 141 — 

great virtue to support 

ti.hnl'qfill p^***1ftb -B"^* iluiinP-tupJtb » 

^J9 good fortune bad . 

C^xni/ ttnto [tnp "P liufnk% Ahiuliinitu. i^tr^^ I Jkti^ tun. '^ 

thing I contribute | to 

hJuMliuii nu^nut iTtunw^npi It. iflinnJtU ui^iunat~(3-piJbu * <«4/> , 

discover heart man foible; love, 

tf-fiitp It, fuutnx 

wine play . 

Zytunli 4* 'tb kbp^ bs^ l^'t uin.u*9jtnni^nt.p-buMi/p, p.u/itJiU • 

passion under the government reason . 

Z^uiautnuiufhtn i^upb \\pt^ hut 'biFtu iutt.nt.n JpnuiT agn§.nuili 

Steward duke Guise to give one day list 

puiqnuiT utnuAq ( nn ) tuho^ni-ui (^ hb"^ ^ 'p intub ftt-nnuifz 

person useless household 

QpnuiLp 4" I ututaa p^uu/lttt , o^ iru ^uinhiT i^lrufi uttLu/ba 

true to say prince that do without 

luJhuk-ani-li lUfunqpi^ tunu/hqu . <<V/ I ^"'PS^P 9-"^ i 

<^5 people; but | did you ask | 

%n»iu f irP^ ^utntiqlFli fiiipk-u/ba tt.u i^lriui utiuuMbq hiTi 

whether also without 

\\urui^ufqp nifh ^tupp uA^tiuifutuib *Ji piiun^ I L. ^^uti-nn 

Italian greatly addicted gaming | and in bad 

^ uiuBuiuM^lmun^ ^ uni^n t;n luutrt^ '^f^'f linpniMu/ii^n * {\ ij_ 

circumstances to use whenever to lose . 

piuqif. JtuuutuinL. , t^nt. ^utnlru mutt jAJi l^nnni-uu^tri, "fjl 

fortune treacherous , make but 

I ^utpb-a uinptM£t-£^ ll'U *p ^tuutnt-autlihi I t 

I canst never force me to pay J . 

X^nbPl^nt^nj^ ^l/ht-^nil^ iuiJ^iuuutuAk-ut£^ jutnpnultpu ^^hti^'utt 

MontecucuUi being accused at the court Vienna 

iluiub fl^hpnj ^nt.no uiut^uiutiulmuii i^ii^ifJiir § . ^^t.pl;^ 

of badly to defend against de Turenne 

«**#/ , UMuts , tun. luni^iuniuqnt.qut'ltlr/ aiuttJUtt , qj^ t/tupuini.qirtuf_ 

to justify 5 that to fight 

^P pjbi[.q.l^ir tunllt ni~pnuifb np UMn.tuul,£_^ tfp 4/» ^*"^ 



— 142 — 

praise mouth enemy . 

can , to say formerly illustrious Roman , 

utit. an mtifitnM-uiliutlini.fd-^ub 'A i^^tlu luifl^n 1 ^inp^ [un^ 

nobility to reproach | his low 

extraction j to produce publicly statue 

ancestor . nor consulship ; 

military reward to ho- 

inniJh-UMiy L. qJ^nu ann nuh^J* fA^ui^t-iu^*^ uftumk-piuqJh^ 

nour wound to receive in to figlh 

^uiub Jiily uM^uutfi^Ji i XXjun^^^ till JtiT uMhij-p^ L ftiT 

for country 

title 

\^jn nifL nn Ahn^imnv. l^utj_ ^n usn-^tt-f^ qPtuq.u*unp% ^pl^*H- 

man to contribute make king Phi- 

lip master city Olynthus , citizen ^ 

^uAi^usuii^n utiu itiu , g[t '\tu^lmq.hifnbiunJtR l^ni^J^ aliui 

to complain Lacedaemonian to call 

iTuMtiuip^ j ^^fiuikiT ^luiu I fUtq.^^ qtunJuiliuiu t^nt. fi*1- 

traitor . | I don 't know | why to wonder at 

naturally 

pJipilB tt- utibnu£iy^ » ^n^'b a^nA jjiunlruiltqi u/bnt^ • 

clownish unmannerly ; to call by name . 

W * \\nPni.[3-piJb \^n.ni^u/bnt.phuMb L. ^Lnintuu.pnt.(3^lruA 

( 31 1 32 ) U • I shall probably spend the winter, il^. and ha- 
ving married the man cook . 

p. . ^pP-n^P^liJii Ini^b^tflsA L ^tuit,j.inu%ni.pirm% (16) U • 

Instead of liftj , I will give my child, it; without anj detri- 
ment to mjself . 



— 145 — 

bh USl^na *M-SbUbU6 • 

Wn. *p Jinfuht ap.uiju 'A J-fumut^iitli ^utiT 'p puiquiitiulj[uA* 
4^l'b "^"***'^t do tfiJUi/b uiu^Ju/litul^u/lt %li^n^utj^'ii , U cLlU, iluMiA 
uAljltuuiiunpu It. l^iuuiiunltUJijiib , ^uAttLhnJi *ltu^piujJiL.u not m^. • 
qan on^tigu^ 

I do not call ^umiT ^uti/tua.outut_ m^ i'L't*' V" • 
^ntit-PlruiJfL 

I don 't call , 

Thou dost not call , -j. ["{}:- f"^ • 

He does not call , -t, J-tJr "i*- • 

We do not ^ustT we don't call l , "^ i"LV«'V 4* • 

I did not call , L% -. "i. i"Lt^ t» • 

"[^nintupnt k% ^ui^tnh^u , i^ <iun.l£nt^t lut^utliuiliu uO L. did 

miuliuMuuMt.nft p.u3jou musty ougiit y may y cctjiy L oti-uMUi^uili^ 
oftu to have ^ to he . *yi_ J-fuuiut^utiig %njli% ib'i't'^' *^ JitmA 

Jiulip-uijliu LhP- not . qnp opjiliuili uiu^JtuliuilintU I caUHOt »^ 

t-»rt<^. / have not -t. — vj,/, / am not -t, V***, ^ u/itliu0uitup1b 
L ^iuuitufthuii_ I could not ti««♦rV^ tiutW t,J-r«*3f , / had not 
i^Ji.):^ ^uM,r iHr-^mj , I was not t.tj' (rti/j/* J^V^t . ^^ » 

^fuutiu^u/it a.nnb-[ili It. uni J-tui/u/btu^^ t^k-£nil_ ^t/ial/piyu 
not 'jjjp'fj' oJ-uilit^tuli p^/yA^ lituiT 'U^utbtutiiua Unqpb * ijnp opputtJi^ 

1 have not had t.V }"^ -f-^jV^^Lf I have not been J? f-J" iJb«*«L» J 
have not called, ^.V l'^ J"LV««t.» / shall not call -^ {-LtrJ? , / 
shall not have called ilal; J.X i"LV5V«**L. / should^ would, could 
^ttiiT might not call tfrV''' V- J-lV-l. ^ei ^im not call -t. 5-> 
j>-5t . Let us not call »i J-t.V-j-*-* , Don^t call J? J-lV* » -^^^ 
iAcTw not call JJ J-tJb-sV' , ti-^* * 

1 ]» u^lFpTC tuuui^nt.tuh-u i^ifi jiuT^utfu 1 coll not y 1 Called 



— 144 — 

^yiu 'f. ^mi^ , We must take care not to expose ourselves 
to danger, lie* f t«. «{-.j.j. , j.^tVi-'I.'^'^'^Vl •^jL'^nt" » He did it, 
not being able to do otherwise. 

Xytulfpiujif. never pti***- , npufl^u q_^ not jt-mtuq-iuu if^^ 

He will never come. — ]» ^^^/Jnw/ISf , ju/ii^uMuiutpit L '^ liiutniu^ 

nlriuf uuMifJlubutliiuli^ib^ Jiulip.uij1- neVeV tu^f/uq-t^^tuptun i^Ji 
1^'ft uihuJiA piujl^t liiutT Pli uMulf i_nt.nniul^utU tuUnuuilili • on^_ 

ittu^ fiHh Q^^\:h»X\;S ^m ptw.*. , I never see him , lA s 

Ifuflifi I'JJlB uiiumliu/L^n^ , lutpifhutiT lu/litf-fj^uiliu/lijib i^ulri^ If 

no. opfUbusli fitfit , Q— i.^ ft-.- nyt^-tjl— P-J.^.^ , He has no gene- 
rosity, ijf* ft**. ji'^J'-rfr p-rV^-J'— P•^-^ -.—.1.5 ,^*.*+J,^,^[L|.^v , 
There is no real friendship without virtue. 

P^Im.. A-/i?4r Jftutpt iljiijit tpP^ J-Juuttuliiult n^, Piuni^Jiu^li 
%lijliuiku no. ^p o(ift%iuli V^mJfn «.i»-tVt. •t.'^.t'f P-t -Lf Will JOU 

do it, or not? — p.^-«- , -t \^^^ , No , I will not. R'l Stf . 
No, Sir. 

fl^ !*••• np q^'[> y» ^iufnt.tfu iiun.ui2_ JtuA apuMpt , II m^^^ !»•« 
np i^Ji q^hin puMjpli , P-utpt^tTu/bp ju/lii^^uiliiuiili nO THOVe , If'p 
upuput k *t^'^i, q^^*n p"l/b^ » 4"**^ '^0^ any more , q.%h-inifff_ pq^ 

not jli^ut oJ-u^^q-iulff^ l(ut$r %^uAut^^'it L. q_ CLnj more qftiif* 

shall speak no more, IiumJ' I shall not speak any more. 

t" "L 'A tlk-p2_ pi/u*uinltj Puipi^JTuithjli 4r nor-either . ^np 
oplfbuMli nj_ t.>t- \mS);m >^^<^ I- "J. V" f You will Hot have it so , 
nor I either. 

•^npJ-iuiT jptiutuin p^^ pjt/ltji fiak *^ lutjunqpli Jiut/ptujjiiju 

no, nothing, nobody , none, neither, never, juJiiduiiT ^%(i 

'**JI_ Jiuuti^^ ptuatuuujlj[uA . qfi *ft ptuiLUtf. juMji^nuJil^ tIJ f*'*""*" 

piu^tuautliufu . ifutub npnj luufi There IS no danger, 2^♦ ^''L 
•tj.«»H • I know nothing of it, Ql t'^'L f ^rV♦'' >\^)<r^m^\: , There 
is nobodj at home, Q^f -f '^ itmU . He is neither covetous, 
nor prodigal, (It. ^v^f h ^ "L n}:n.h • 



— 145 — 

iltJuulM uiu^i/uAtul^u/it "bhnlinjjftii , U. did lubliuMunuji^'U L. liutmuM^ 

ujuutku . Do 1 call? i-Lt'J', Did 1 call ? ^-lVF. t-LVrf* 
tiuiuitiiuuuiunfi p.utju , to have 5 to he , must , ought , may , can , 

"OP ^tq-ntfltfth plitui. i^t^%uil£uq. do L did , "lll_ tlinfutuq-ftnL.^ 
Id-t-uiJp. i^lr^ttutini-uilili ilrutu • unuitilju '^ %hftliutpi haVB I ? dm 

I? .Jup, ]pS, L ju.'i,^hu,[b had I? was 1? -1.v^^ tF, 1'^- 

*\jUt h. tTuiliptujij. there nn l^*1- ^qnoiuliutU p-u*jlt^ 'L.^ct ' */* 

^tuptjtulituiiuh jkintuq-tuufi lujuttil^u « Is there lituiT are the- 

re? fpV', <j.— pt"^ . s\^as there ^unT were there? -f -vr » 
^vP', LI,'. 

%^Mn,tulil^ • HTC °vb'^""k Have 1 called? i-tV'n. tJ" V». shall I 
call? i-t.V:^'? V- • could ^ should k*"*^ might I call? V- i-tK 

\}Pk iiJ'f- ^iui$^uiliuiiiftii ^^4" It- J-[uuiiu^iu% , not q-^b qjft'b 
ti.hrfttJbnL.,Jb'i, uijuuiku . Ravc I uot ? ^>X)^S V« , am I not ? 

i}r:\ps y..do I not call? t\-'i)PS v- , did I not call ? t.^-i.!;f' V- , 
have I not called ? il.^]pS ^H J-t.V'-L* shall I not call? ii»t2r:f7 
V- , could, should tiu„r might I not call? ti-'ilv'^^^ V- • 

IfutVu L /34 7» jngitiuliuMit'ii^ 4i"cb i^bzi" shall ft. «^ p%u/t. will. 
qnp opft'iiuitli \}^^mj<3 V" ■L-^^'• '"'''Tr • Shall I go there to-mor- 
row ? L n^ Will I go there to-morrow ? 

tulini-UMli^ lliuiT y» q-njuMl^iuliiuq , ^mmji IiumiT piujft*^ ^UMlT oJ-tuh^ 
quit£iui. lnutT li^uiJuul^iut- putjltli , U. uiU£ut ij^^l au/UttlJui • *y*t^ 

uiku Y 'T'^'^ hh fVr'*' . Is the gentleman at home? brP'^tT 
VrF-»;r +" '^ \jy*^z}* » Will vour brother go to London ? 
{\\ mH^m^^x ^^yi ^^ F««*fV{-'«'V J"-r. Did not his friends for- 
sake him ? 

Q^^iup^tuliutii Jiul^pujjn. ^ftf^ei nn q^b C^'t P**ijb3 * «■"•*/'- 

op\iiiutlio^ * liVr^V' *^rTV»f , It does not rain, does it? \n.y^ 
ihutpt {iiTuM rain. \>i^m>» f«^ *»rTV«f "^Vf ♦ ^^^ 8^ there, 

10 



— HO — 

don't ^OU ? fiJiu go . npng p.utn.iuliuMl$ [9-uini^Jiu%nu[9^liLii uitu I; » 

H-lhutliusiiU * fl j_ «MMiM<.^{.t ^p^«j^„ ,^»^ MM. tm , You write to him, 
don't jou? ftiTui irulrihuMpi wriic to him? Hi •""t-'+y* ^iw-t-*, 
{mmm.1. t , It is warm , is n't it? 1 \iJui warm . ^\mm^m^^ L^iV-_ 
jV" T"- » You will not come, will vou? {tdiu come. (\fi/n.«i*_ 

n.cy^ p"/J3 lyfj" • 7P lUJjiionnJiui^ uiuinuj^nt-uu0^uiH ^u/nunt.iuh'u 
a.Mn liujfu putlib nuin hJiuiiuinli n ^luuunuuituliutti I^umJ' n J-plu^ 
mUMl^utli , A, iuuiut Jpi-uu/liif.iuir jtut-trirtL. ^lunqnt-iubr ni uiuMjJut^ 
ItuMu lunuuiliq Iiitlpilrinj ahutlio(3- ft^upt IfutJ' ^puin. • n^oiniup 
jiu^utup^iufitup fuou^j , jnp tuufn IJj^jf^ \'"''^>-3 t -''••^^i t-Vt 

'h- ^^V*»♦ kf rV- » -Alt- lV". ^^' 

^puUMi^UMliuMb Junilijtliu oft nnntf_ I^ntjuLnfiiu^uj% p'lLB J°Pb^ 
tiplJ itrnpnpi^ q.l;Ju , iu/ltij.^iuliu/itltb , nnufi^u L. 'Jb Jba, (^utptL 

^MtftMw^^ Mf .«».tVL t'-r "^f" '«•J'•*••^5» What can one do with such 
folks ? (<//»4« Que peut-on faire avec ces gens-la?) 

\^jl_ jutTCuilu Piupij.trui'iijt we, thej 5 people, men, dutn 
u^uiCfUMii^^^nf jttruuuutj/b It. ij^jijiuqii • ^'/> opjuMut^ W c , they , 
people liiuiT men ihink 2, |pt.f , t«'^M , ^m^n^.^^l l^uiiT J'-ffM 
J-«r^tJV , J<«r^t'>' i^ttvk' ^^ ^ imagine)! 

^tuanuiP utln^utiT %hpi^npifuj^iM^i pu^lt ipnfiip 'p Jj/piuL-npuf^ 
IiumIm . t^np opltb,ul£ l]N«f^V'^ t-f-. , It is thought ujju yit^ l|'"f_ 

^#.fV-«j_t''' <t,P-^-»4^ , The enemies have been beaten , lyu ft^i^ 



1 Is TlLt it ^luJuin-ouint-P^Jtub k IS TlOt it. 

2 ^npJ-iuiT jiun-iu^itt Jujuit pu/itl^ i^tji peoplc ^ustT men ^ 

p#.j5 I— -pji. \>mfm, People think he is rich, but ihej are 
mistaken . 



— 147 — 

(^^^J}ii 4-.f.V«-LV (^ci • On croitj On m' a dit, On ^; bat- 
tu les ennemis ) : 

said to be an honest man . u^u ^%^ %m i*»-.5V«*i.t iJ''''Vl "^jf 

P^ulliif.iliiu^untfnt putqnuJ* ncnlra utu^JutliiuliUMli il^pft *pn_ 
ptufbuMli uinnputt^tuuiui£ujltjtib • Ifp o^tjiutul^ Q^w^J (Lj. ui^mttm^ 

"* ^I7l: . I do not saj that he is a liar, tyu\ti>^i P-j. m^mnmr^ mf 
t • S-VrVjl-f-A''' V '^ -i«*.».*t|,H .t-f- 2r«.t-.j^f jV^f , He is the pret- 
tiest boj that I know, luju [^i^i •j-j-- :^mlm^S, npuiku jumtCiuJu 

Igulii . iiiift opl^iu^ i^m^m+\:S «t_J, Vr2."*'*'fJ JjV** » I wish you may 
be happy . 

"[^ntHt I'^'f ^utuutotu^uA I^iuiT nn itrqiut^uA/Jt apLiuaJht-_ 
PptJt u^utbusljfial^ , i/itM^Pp lufi^incf aB.gupi J^utiP ilrqiulffi I^umiT 
jngl,utl([i . ^w^/ oppiiuli li.,.t-^^ A«.f5 U f »fj m^mf ^Vftl-A i Thc 

committee has examined the prisoner, ^luiT The committee 
have examined the prisoner . 

'*""k IjLjf •«»t>— •^J-''* ♦•I'rV":t ^ -f-r-'-V-rt t}iV^ ^-^ t An honest 
man will love and respect his wife , <«/« pi^t will respect. 

\-fppb-lfL b.u ii^utbuMqlt puMjjiIt L-hP- tj^p t utiLuAti l^n^lrinj 
qptajpi , t^tuiT uut h. qri.lrnu/ltnt^i/lt^ "/Z^ itun.u»9 iftyiuuwiul^lriui 

mjm ( if.V»V'"L ) tJ" » Have you seen him ? Yes , I have , ^«/Z« seen 
him . Qf V••^ •t>'* ^ trt«»?'3 F^"^*- f I did not see him , and 1 
never shall , piTuM see him . 

^"U'P uIUi^fpuiat.na ppn 'p puMonuiflt uifl P}*t **UUl/ ^"'A'<- 
tf-pPU UMiubnijb DUib 'p Jhnu , %iu L. putqnt-Ja 'ft %nqtu^^ nuin 
ittufutut^niti-fa-k tuhab i£int^ tips hit U. ttpt-ptmtba %^^u^itu^ni.Pjit^u : 
^l_^J-at.tupuni^nt^ili^i '[i i/njiiAJ^^ a^nuaus^ P-"ilt3 4"'^'7-^/»*2 "^"^ 
^Jib tituluiuq.pnt.p irtutl^ L oplitiiu^nilu mtujlru jhmai 'p Ij/T*^ 
Pnt-PptJiu ^^lmptu1ittiUnL.phrutUu x 



— 148 — 

\\li-uutp ututu^ I *p uiuitnT^utiuu I u/lt^iupP-nu(3h-utIi 3iuMjbh 

Caesar ( alluding to 1 irregularity tone 

to read before Oa* 

IrP^ hfti^tfu : \jPk hjttphu ij-nt. , ^n^tu ([tM*pp jtiuputAuuptu s 

qanr to sing . If worst . 

[\nuflfU ^C^Pl* "^ p.ni-unu.^u»bt; Jft^t ilutpif.u L ^tt-^utliu , 

As earth to produce always rose lily , 

SO world to afford contentment 

pleasure . 

QnnJ-$u$r utumnuuiitp upni/it qlt^fuujuu , utui; %u*lutifi nith 

When god to love prince ancient 

hJiuuinuMutip , JuuMtAlrti 'jjnpuM ft putJ-iulj[ puMijn.fi'it ^iuit._ 

philosopher to pour into cup fate mix- 

%nt-nn. fitfii ptunk-uM^ L. yunhiu^ , zr/i J^ tJhn.uMUqJib 'biipin 

ture good ill that to forget 

hP^ Wtuni^Jtli bit t 

that 

t^muAfi IsnphtfL Jhb-iuitJ^nuPfit^ I utbq. ■ni.put%on { n* np 

to find sometimes generosity | where | 

to imagine. 

^huiubftb JuMnt^p^ '^ ^uinft P^cutn. uiiujJuj^p libbuia npu »<_ 

to see people very unhappy circumstances 

Tbpu ifulri/lui^uA qu.utqifhtAu • 

noble sentiment . 

^utpahuui nt.nnM-a \^uiuinbfi , fUtij.^p uipitMp^u putpg^np uuitu_ 

to ask Cato why to de- 

uut^utplikriui^ uftrtnnt.pfftu'it ^tuauipiuliuMq , ^p *^'"lp4sV^ 

serve commonwealth , 

t^hiuUU uitlputpihruMi %JJtU u/ltt^pfiu i f^ttnptriP iun.iut.hi , 

to erect statue . I would rather 



— 149 — 

tutiujQ \\ututnli , i^li ll'j[i l^'^ "t)t 4'«/»g'»*-fM6- , ^luit (3-^ 

to ask question 

Macedon to write Aristotle 

following letter : to give notice | I have a 

son born | . to thank god for 

birth happiness 

to come into the world whilst 

IfhuMltii . ouibu^ jnt-uuiir all itlihujii_ £.1J"'l^ fuftiuilhij^i^ 

living ; for to hope to bring up care 

ijiqfi uffiJ^iutiiiit-np Jitun-uta ^op l"-P'lf t ^ uilTtnnt.[d-lsu!tt% 

to prove worthy glory father , empire 

ff#»^ (3'ni^iq %ilut t 

to leave 

W£hr^uu^tq.p n^ itni-iuq^ BiutJi l^'yP ["-p llJtnlruMq ay^nftuinn^ 

Alexander father to love 

«»4/_' ^ufUtjli luul^p 'huM . ^uipuiuiuitult htV ku J^np* tlfjuuft 

because to say : indebted for 

•{f^lflfU It. Jfii-uiipi ijujutt piuni-tip ^&£iyu t 

to live other 

X^mutnlt '\\iuuiiuptM^ttt ^j^iui^ii»pl;p pbiuL. w^thi lun-iu^b ^^/»«*»„ 

Cato Censor to cease to lay before se- 

l£ni~tnpli tpupr^fiiJiu luufiul^ujltuiputpu ^n.utjini.p-lriuh np u^uut_ 

nate consequence fatal luxury to be- 

"^p jt'-p ff-ttijtiitiiu^ii Jhi-in iLututbhi 'A ^tuuuiputliutuih _ 

gin time to introduce into repu- 

utnt.phuttt z ^huhiuf^ ^ itjun.uj^ fuiutpjuffi'li j\j[LL"ih"fJ ft- 

blick . To see to advance Greece 

Asia, province abounding bait allurement 

^uiuuM^utpn^^ uiJh'liuJb ^utTCifjlt^ * It- ^ u!iuiu%til^ Ibrfgut 

dangerous pleasure 



— 150 -- 

to lay hands upon treasure king : to fear 

to become slave riches in- 

slead master nation to conquer 

I in their turn | by to communicate 

^J3' vice apprehension ima- 

ginary ; to foretell to come to pass . 

to learn Artaxerxes 

to send Thebes ambassador to endea- 

vour to corrupt by magnificent present advantageous of- 

fer, to invite to dine with to enter- 

nlriua aUnutu uiutnauia.njlt nttu Irnutbiu^uiL. , ii. luJI^tuib 

tain in simple manner 

np l^i_ 4"^ '^ uiuA %nptu , ani-qutitlip nufuMjifiutt uiqaut_ 

house to announce state indi- 

Mnni-p-hu/li i 

gence . 

' "^uM^n^ $uu*unmlruM^ uMuuta tiUnutu ff-i/aih^n^, \f['P"'JJt f*- 

repast to be over to smile : to go and 

to inform to see 

YjuiutJphntiq.un t ^ nptMfl^u uiuiutni-tuujtph utu 'liiu qJttru, 

how to regale ; 

to be sensible soon a man can to content 

ipnpni.ilp.u , utn^uMtJiun^^ q7Cnfuni.[3^n^ju L. aJtiun-u : 

with so little , to disdain riches honour . 

historian to speak Caesar ^ to say for greatness 



— 151 — 

project , rapidity conquest 

oiu9nt.pimiuJp. fit-nnil^ It. uilib-^lflit.qnt.pirtujp 'jt tlinu/bq.u , 

courage intrepidity in danger , 

to compare Great . 

Livy to speak thus Hannibal 

^L.^i'fi tluiutniul£ nn l^iunl^n u^utniniuulrqni-auMlihi ajlunj^ 

labour to fatigue body 

'bnpiu l^iutT ^nuquihlri^ tr^n^l^iit • uiiultl^ft iQiuMuf^u jpuinj 

to sink spirit ; to support equally -^^5 • cold 

heat necessity want 

^ujUCitio "IIB ^iupi^l;;li'ti q^tTuik^^ "linnet h. qnctnlri* >/»*-_ 

pleasure to rule drinking eating 

%^/» pbuMt^ J-iuiT uiu^tfuittliuii t^tui/tt Vli^hijif • **!ll_ '""UP 

hour set of to go to rest ; to give 

oZrwj ad-uMilu/liittt^li inp ufiupiuuflrtui l^n 'p i^nnifnq z 

sleep the time which was unemployed in business . 



(33, 34) U» Slie is middle-sized, well shaped, il^. if he 
prove to be so very fond of gold. 

f\ . \^nP-ni.p-lti-U'\nt.bJuftiL [^utn^$/tMihnt.P-k-utl$ (17) U* 

My wife's father, he went on to observe. U^. to give each of 
them seven or eight hundred more. 



— lo2 — 

nnjp h*Ii pill- JkP ujlUn €.»/»% a , ij.lrpu^ni-u/lia , p"^[iq It illu lipiujftq t 
— 'y»/rqn<-o utuuilf'Jt qq.£fuiut-npu ft Un^uilil;'^ ^lajbi^h^tJi l^iunb-np 

Above qni~^uflil^ qjp.mp^^inL.fBfiuti L qif.hputlfiujni-f^fiifb , h. 

fAi^q-fiiJluififiu/ k 'huifuiuq-pnufJ^h^uAju below 9 beneath , under . 
ijaft opftbiuli His chamber is above mine , UV'>'1r-»i l-f •«« '^ ^V. 
^mj \Sm}^ \m) . I am above such mean ihings , <f Vf '^ {Vrv V*^ 

i,mU t^i^m^mi^^^JU^ t Qnt.juA^ Lu 'J. ^Vf **'*• . ♦«««*-»-Vl *-'*• • 

i2/»/» opft'iiiuli This is above our strength, Vbt* '^ "LVr t ♦•'•'^ iJ-r 
«tr • I value honour above life , ^-r^j-VJ* -.«-- i-Vi. »tjf •"*■" *♦"''• 

Ahout'lt^'ltuilili qJh-p^iu^iMijnt.fd^fiiJli L ^^uph-pnt-fj-fti^i , aiip 

opftUtuli I shall go there about noon , trl^*-;^ "^^Tf ir-rl tJhlT- 
•M.pP , wyM fHi^ /(jf. 'J, AH.»»*f.w^VL«"-"-r • I have seen all the towns 
about London , SV-V-lVJ" ^-Jt'^-'A **• l-*- 4rJ*i-;- L,c^rt'•^ • 
You must go round about, <l|-»rif. t +V«l i"^r£. ^""L* — Ij^pp^^ 

ti.u about f-npifl; quf^utuilJuiliujU ^n^tif_, ^luif ^i^ultiulil; ^J^ « qnp 

opf^iutli I shiill speak to him about this businpss, ]ue«»Vj«««;5 

£1.1^ \Sm »t.fr"*?" lltuiT ^nI. «*^««5^t : '^upxl-uiir h-q-hut^^ fijk 

about (*}"l- itiLncuilij IfjfnLtiq , fd-nunq It. yui^ini-q , 'h^iuliiulili 

f ft«« P-t t ir-fl' fY* opf^iuilj That tree is about forlv feet high , 

4»f V-* H i"—*'m»mJU «^^ F-f jf t ^-♦—f -^r s ^i^OM^ ^^/^ hrp^ 

ph-UL i^tq. Jk2_tO be h. utjlitf ^pflB P"V^ • ""*- '^ qnt.qiu'bh-£_ P^ 
U£tuinpujuuift l^tutl* JhnJi I; uiiuhhi afiifh * tinn onftbiul^ I am 

about to go away, iptpj V*** '^ •ti^VL= WjL^t^k about lrq.h^iui^ 

pgh l^'t- *^9 P'tlb ^ tf.inuil£iMj1i iitlint-uiti liiuiT lUMptuphputtiiuli 
t^kputUnt.utb , iiujIiJ-tuiP qnt-quiUl; h[il; *ft 'liJftli J-iuiTiil. lun^^ 

dlupi^ H^nphr% q^^'ii • ^"/» opf^hiu^ He is about a great piece 
of work, «il-.f-.-,J, I- '^ ij.-f^ 4 4y : 

^Ifer Qn^^ufiik ^4!r•♦• , ^^^ , jVr-j • -zf/* opffbiuli He came 
in after me, f •*"'"'»• ^•*' li^?* J***' — ^nt.^uibk IrpphUi, ^m^ , tte^ 



— 155 — 

f^l . qpii opfiiiui^ He lives after the English fashion , l|V««j ''"« 

ai^in.n.JtJht.[3-Jit^ L. q^uj^tdni.tu^ni.(9-[iiJl* , Ig. trplfpnpt^ tnnU.nfitii-^ 

Pltt^i L qJh[iliui.nitnM.p-[$iA . ^w^ opf$%ui^ He that is not with 
me, is against me, flp "t £i'i- f- V , i^m\mm.m\ \S ). . The pic- 
ture hangs against the wall, ^n-fiVr** i'«'^V«»L S*^) Vf^'J • Let 
all things be ready against we come back , li^t'^^A V^L "i'"'*'- 

Among L amongst ^uMJUunA^ h^ ^iq. between ^luiT bet- 
wixt, lujunt. Lt-P qu/iju*^'ith-ut£^* qp hfilia^JiU jtinftif^if. %iu»^ 
Ibtulitf'li 'Jt J^J^ ^pj«-j s \iuli '^ fuoubf_^ apiuijJuMg np utn-iuulr^_ 

p^h% ^ufit tjhplint-u ijut. Lu k ilu^plr£_ among, amongst 'f. J^i* 

At 4i"Pb jb*^"'"" J"P" i3-"'-3^ utkquMliUMh ^pJ-autfh • 

ijnp opf/ijuM^ He is at school, \» >^>*ip>4i^m% J. 1m, * — ^b"/*' 4!f*ct' 

'At anuqu^/lri nquibuMatuh u^iunuMulJht-bu , npmliU lo DC St 

Study, at writing, at dinner, fll-f-.-jVi^ jm^^n^A , 'J, frVt. lK 

Away qtiLquA^ q[unn^L.Xi , q^k n.tuqnt.ifL L q^uMtLtu^ut^ 

^.f/Jhi-PliiA • qn[t op[ilbujIli Awayj you flatterer, ffP- 'J. f-j, 

•^♦*f TVL-;^T • I scolded him away, ]» pi-s 't-'^'V?!' il"* j«**'tH*- 

Before jm»^m^ i.Jl , 1m^ ♦n»'U , m0^m^l' : i^^pp irppt-tfb 

nnuf^u ap.iuqtj.uiuiutliuA • ijroM opltbuM^ I will die before , I be- 
have so, 1PV**«WJ5 '••»|«« ( »««l».«»«.tL) ■/••^"^ l»«»t-l.t^K,,.^MjJ;«» s 

Behind ^J'J'J' , jV***""" ♦»• , ^Vt*-; , •L^Vf * — <L,"'/'^ t^ppt-Sit 

jiuj^u/piultuM^uuti Jtli. , M//t '^ qni-auilih-i qn.lrputqutitani-[3-ptJ* nt.^ 

pnt^p ^utit i*ujiu uiJh'bhuJj^ * qnp opfi%utl£ In that poiut of lear- 
ning he leaves all others behind him, ]» Smu^Um ;-«j«»«'}'i AJV-^-P-V**'' 

Below iujiT beneath jnt.^u/i,l; 'J, .J«.;j. , 'J, ^-t-j. 4 . /t trppb^ 

quMp^tuiTtup^u/bu L i^uiluuMui^^u • 7''/' opj/biu^ It is beloW IluMtT 

beneath you to do so, \* •{.-jf t +•«♦''• t*1r^ f-r^T • They arc 
below ^uiiT beneath the indignation of an honest man , UJ-'f^ 

Beyond ^nt-^u/b^ -'^tc ♦•^^ ♦ V'C '*pl''**"k I shall go be- 
yond the Alps, tfP-'^jj ♦w'J'Tf ♦•"''• iTLif ^" « — ^n^juAJ^ L pq^ 



— 154 — 

%uili He goes beyond all in point of generosity, <V'Vr'*»'L«-'''jV 

timS^\:^»>~Si^ mwmm>f^^\:**Xn^Vt>>*^^ • He Fewafded him bejond 
his merits, il^«-rJ""»'rV**? •t5"* «*»-««'-Vl •^"•''' lj"'-r "♦r^"*'''!'" '• 

By "liyutliutlifi auiuMutTCuiiuu L i^iiuftu if-nphrhiit^ bV^S * 17f 

oitf/iiu/^ All things were created by the word of God , Ii4'^-'A 
yu^ -.f-f.— p-iy—t \XH^m>.^mj . He was hurried on bj his pas- 
sion 5 ^ ^f J-5 j-.-J'-.t j-jr Jf Vj— . He satisfies every body by 
his conduct, ^mJl/Um^l -f ^-.^ri- ^-r»{, f-.(.V«''-rT-^P'V-'^f » — 

llfwnA Lu 'fi qnt.qigfitfr£_ qtuJujinu^ L qJhpJtati.npni.l^liL.% • qnp 

oppti^^ By day, by night, ^«f^*- ^ ^*^•^^.Vf • Sit down by me, 

From f^n.n.ltJiuutft$Mi 4" 'liutfuuMq.pnufjihuiitli tO ^ L. ^nu^u/ltl; 
iinnn^ni-Uit u*at^.[i umo^^ * ^uiili r'[inj unilnpujpiu^t ifj'[> (^1- p"l/** 

L t^Tituhhij i^nft oftltiituli He goes from London to York, ^\X<-3 
*^ ]^£i^£uj; '\ tf-ff • I have received letters from your sister, 

In , into '^ , ^\ «^^ • In um. ij-tuq-ui^muifh jiuputplrfff, , L 

into utn. lUM^tJ-nctth . ^p oft\tinuli He is in England, SUL^f Lf-* t 
ti« . I shall go into the garden , brP''^;? '^ •^-f'^'V'tS' • — lij^ 

Uiulfiujli hP-^ ^utnJ-ni-tfh iiutint.uihhiuf_ /'^> inhnt.n9 Afl^"* ^^A 

iw. qnp opfttsiuli sV-J" •fj-' il- tf'^'-'jr '^ P*^'•^JLr^ » ^ saw him 
walking in the Tuileries . 

(jjf uni-auMbl; au.iuJ-ulliniJSh ^lUiT ^hit-utt.npni.p^t^ « qnn 

opJt%Mit^ He went off to America, tr^J'^Vj*"- f'^-'^L ,>li?tfH** • 
He lives two leagues off, brl"*" f t-'^V"'* ^t"^?" t •"••r^ * — 
^aL.Biub^ Lu t^iuufiuqnuSL . qnp opfittiuli He puts mc off from 
day to day. Or J*ft ^««»-t«*xV?"'-?«*''t t.f«« « 

On IliuiT upon 'J- 'tjrr-'; • ^f»inhtu qf, upon jtupiJ-unT Lhfd- 
iltun^^ innJ-uMiT utlint-uAhuaJi tntrq^t* J^PII '^P"tl *t^^lh k 

P*i_ Jb I k""^ 3"*-33b bi'^ 't''^ib • irv *>pl^'"k 'b^-^i-it*^ ct> 

«j.j«-|-^ , utuhi^ k Put your hat on. wju l^t^» '>J.r >^c^i^>^^\>f 'f. 

.Jlrf !#♦; . putjj ^JutpPft uiuh£_Upon , pujj^ hpi^ utjuui^u Put yOUF 

hat upon your head, lyu [,%^ ^\,^ ^^^]Mm(\-^ '^ •L^r*-; fll^-J 

f "J s Ow It. upon ilutpjtb L. Quin iuj£_iuii.iliuitq qnnnq mtu 'b f^"»» 



— is3 — , 

Over 'Jt ^f->) t '^ ^cv . '^ F'^r j"*'''!? • ^p op[i%atl^ The evils 
that hang over our heads, Q<*r^* "r ^c^^'^- f** 4"lV*"5 4r"3 * 
— ^,^f£«'^//iii^4' ^« c*"!" » •^'^Tr ♦'"''• • qpp oi*li^uik He travelled all 
over Italy, j;.*l«.«j-.f.4-f"ft#M3 ^<^ mS\:\mjU \k^m]l^m » He leaped 
over the brook , U_,*"*lV'^j •*'**Tr **^^ umi^-^m^ s — ^npJ-iuiT 

»^*^ fr^^U^ tl'sb over, utlL-nutUl; aa.nnh^s hi^uti L. UMbakuii* 

Unfi oftftiiuili The danger is over, lj»«*1»5 ^^^ , Mv work is 
over 5 li*"«*r'*'t?«*«- f-r^"^ \^ * I have read jour book over, C^^^ 

Out mffi^mi^m , «w|<«f.M«f Mj i Out of ijnt.^m%l^ Ifppk-ifh qintuin^ 

tCumo. Jtpl^i • ^p opl/iiusli She did it out of spite, Q-p-'-P-V-'^f 

I'pb • ^P opl^iut^ Go out of vay sight, ^ F-«5 J«^5 jVft— *j K"? • 
He is banished out of his country', S'*r*"^fV«*L V ''•* .jf-ft 

Through £i<T , 'J. ( %lrpn.njut!iu/it ) . /jjn^ opjtiiut^ She looked 
through a grate, ^'"jtr "*••*• c'^t •ll^'''r'*l'"i •*'♦•''• • He came in 
through one gale , and went away through another, j;/— i^ t«. 
£1.^ S\< •^mi^m.'u , U Vl z^t •'^'-"'^ • His generous mind shines 
through all he does, |i».«..f.-.jt«Ju««p.^.i, 'Um^m f-jijt 3i*>syumil\, 

Vf «»<««-1»t s Through t-q-lruMj^ d}"t ^^^ J ^nt.qu/itl^ q^uMpiMuiLni.^ 

PftiSb It. q^q.tunAuM^iwL.P'fti^ . qnp opft^tulf ThrOUghoUt the 

vear, [^^ '"^ ^"^l-fm\. Throughout the universe, Q^i- •fft^ 

Tilly Untlll Jji'l'J*- , 5 , aJ-utJufbuili^ Lh-fd- u/u^'b » t/np opjt^ 

"itut^ 1 waited for jou till two o' clock, ipt-^l, fV^4''*J- r^-**^ 

tftr"fT '~"~ ljt"4" f^ qJ-iuJu/ltiuli^ bs^ piuVb , lUtpttTuiiT i/i"/»/» 

From Paris to London . U^f V ^"^ '*• t^^««4'« » He loves even 
his enemies. 

To Q-^^b *"'*-***2b u^f"-*^t nn nncqutlil; autlrii^ %J"P ^P" 
P'utj iip , l^iuiT tpuh^ lun. nn ^oujt , liuiiT aq.nnttlt jnn u£innm^ 

"ib * VP "pb^'^i l7rP"*;5 *?• L.t^'fc*' » I shall go to London ^ 
h»»»VD««'; "••*• •fl'il''**^ I I spoke to the lady. <I|-.fi«.-t|,X j«*.mi.-A , I 
apply myself to study. — ^"pb ^ppl^^ ^ *b '^*"'^ib"'"*- - 
Pltt^iu [i^^* qnp opft^iu^ She is but a fool to her sister , ^-»_ 

J^Smr—^mSf. +V*-1. J,*f,j j^S^p -+!-'-» 



— 156 — 

Toward , towards 'f' , fV-t *f . ««♦*• • ?/»^ opfJittu^ He will 
come toward the end of the week , ]» .J.Vr2. 1^«P'^VJ^•• ViV"?t ♦ He 
is charitable towards the poor j Vr««rT*^"tr V "**• *^i*->r- • — ^ 
puMit-l^u ward ft"t 'f' jopt'^'t'^ puipi[.nt.[9^i.'ii^u tyungjt^ , hither- 
ward fV"f «--•♦• f titherward ft-t -♦'^•r » upward ft-t '^ •Jjrf , 
c?ow/iwa7'c? t-Vi '^ 'I'^Jr t forward «rt-t ^♦^^••-i. hacJiward 

Under £»"r . 'f V'-I—tA , *Jt 1.Vr+"j • i^fp o[iJi%wli Under the 
table, CiJ'T -V'L-'J*"!* Under fifteen jears, 1» tin^^r^m^HA. mSm<3 
U '^ -IfJf • Give good examples to those that live under your 
care , i_Vr «r!''^-'i F-fV-j »r-5 c^r ♦"J"i ^^t^ J-i—X.^+f * — 
\,2iuUiul^y Irpphifh 'Um^tttn^* qnp ofilt^tu^ I caunot Sell it a far- 
thing under five pounds, Qi«*fV«^ ^jT^^pVl ^-^JT r*^\ 4 ''•"'-♦^t. 

JVith ^<f , ^lu^iMiiuuM^t 4 front . QnpJ-tutT y.ui£nf L i^ut^ 
trn puAp Ajf^^ I puMqni.tr u/tn^tuiT tlutt^^^u aloHg juMpiufyqft 

(Aq. with, qnp o[i[Atu^ Come along with me, IjJ f^f ?•-. Go 
along with him , <{X>f £}"^ "^Sm . piuqnt.ir L uiji_ ItJhtumg h'b 

^iBUMfutuq.pnt-ld^lruMbu' ijnpu mku^hu '^ (Kuja.ujq.^pu s 

Within *}> , 't ^Vr*" . ^— •-i. ( q.npb^[iia^u/b ^^ifL) • f/* 
opjtbiuli Within a few da vs , ^ mm\m^ m<.«<.|*m • He is within, 
I3j,ij. '^ tVf*** t • He offered within ten shillings of the price, 
S"*"*^ ifti''*' ■>•— •"•L V-f ♦-»■»• iff'*'* • Versailles is within four lea- 
gues of Paris, iL.Vf»«*»jL LT" ^v^^* ^V•^^ t '^ 4>••r^•Lt* 

ffithoui «•••— .tj , <M(>.^N.^«; . /j^^ opl^uili He cannot live 
without his friend, QJtV iV«"L -♦•*— ^j pi#»fVl-4^» He is wi- 
thout, W:>f->i"3 t * 

l]M«u%r fubit.pna pt.nutpu!li^t.p 'ituMfumij.nni-PlTUtlia ^utp^ 
a-hdh ^'flJI lltuftnbu uMit-uJhJipltb , qp ^lum puq '^ tflrnnjq.nk-uj^ 
onfiliiu^uq. ^ni-qu/lijt [d ^ qnp ^nfjiif_ fii.puMnutL^lin.p 'ft 'linqu/b^ 
ufui^u/ii^q^ puut JiJiuuuifinb • puli qP-hpJ^ lb"'lkP ISnt-auiliy^^ 
^uin.uMq.pnq iMpuputa l/b L. n^ *^k nuMl^uBti^tU x 



187 



old man little boy j were driving | ass next 

market to sell . , 

f\nufl^up ^pifutn no uMltJpm 4" uum , uMul; *ifjp ntfh p qlrpiuj 

What a fool fellow to say 

road trudging it on foot 

to go light. 

^yktrplt £nt.t-tui I***]" t ^1- nilu/bnt.^ b*'[' ^V 'l^P'y VZHf^ ' 

to hear to set 

h-pPiujp unt.fh-fnif_ *p l^nqJtitlil; 'linpuM i 

to go to whistle by the side 

■>^iu9 t; utntu^ut^n. , Ifit^utq Irpt^nnpi^ nUh uMtu duMbnui^i , 

sirrah ! to cry 

palp uujtt */» lh**l ilujub an I Jtpiuiltupk-f_ j , JJtli^kit. 

fit j to be riding | 

IrttLh-tp tthpnulip ^unp ^n I hp[3-u^ j ^trinpninu s 

poor I is walking | 

^UMjpU *p il^pufj tyup RAtiuJu/tiiua^ J^iun. *p ipffilP VPtb 

rebuke to take 

pi-p Jp^Jlf^ !*• ^frh-uMt. ftl{B^ s 

to see to say lazy 

utufpptum JpujupupJ^ P}"t tf^ptlufpii^^-Rp^* ( TCuthuMUiutp^ph ) 

knave a long 

b 'l^C"U b'-P'U tV"*""'"^ » *fp'^*ift^"- ^i^^ib iTutiini-li pup 

iplBpbk '5f-^^«' Ph lltunuiqhriui^ 4' ntt[3-tubutinilj 

crippled with 

\j\t-pniAp% I ipuiiJiuntulip paplt- j int-tut. myu , qp l^iun. p 

I no sooner | to hear , that to take 

#r 'H'ptb b^p ^.W b^p » 

'Wqui^iT piupkliuMiT M"*P_t "*uiuiQ f"PP"P*t- "^ » My bs^ ^Zlt 

to pray friend honest, your own 

Yes, — I One would not have thought 



— 138 — 

^^l_ I *yi-it^" • uituuituuJuiMMlilimq Jfit-ult , I t^uMub J^hp 

I to reply | by your 

phnjbiut.npl!-mj I i^um usji^ml^u ufbniinnJatp^uin s 

loading 

better able to carry 

J^^jlliibuijb f^f umh. i^uMl^nj J^th^^ utuuia tnl;nli , U. l'9J-"*l C^T" 

Any thing to please owner to alight 

npi^t.nj ftt-puL-iT, l^utu£hq^% %npia qujan.irnu [i^h/^ '^ JJtujuJiit , U. 

to tie legs together , 

by help pole to endeavour 

shoulder 't> #f -y bridge to lead town . 

( Wiu ) ^p tnlruuMpufU ftUh ujjbu^liu qnt-iu^tlCuj^ qp €rnqn__ 

sight entertaining 

to run in crowds to laugh at 

j conceiving a dislike | overcomplaisance | 

master to burst cord 

to slip to tumble river . 

I the best | to make of his way 

*ft utnuit Jit.p I UMiIoPuM^tu^ L ldi^tui_ j , ^ tltuuli 2juUunnJU 

home I ashamed vexed | by 

^tuTCnj i^hi uMtiybh-aitthi^ ^tuTCnjiuqiuL. L. n^ nuiik^ , U. 

to please every-body nobody 

^nniiju nk^ b*'P '/" '/5"2^"'rt.« I 

to lose bargain. 

(3S, 38) U» Whereupon, without delay. iL; with a loug 
traia of allendants. 

y . God grant a long life to sullan Mahnioud. iL; may value 
one^s self on one's possessions . 



— 159 — 
0* 13. U *f^. 

\^UM^p.u*jB bit iiujiniunuinp ^uth^iuJuMbuia p'^'/Ajf uto'uiliiu^ 

writes well. %m j-^^ p-.f?' "* t » He is very good . qip-V*^"*-*-* 
fm^i, \Hipl> m,.,^^„i\.H , You read more correctlj. 

(KuMqai-tP tuaq^ bU Jutlip.uijpa % nnuft^u 

p.nM3.*iiVu'B. once 4 «*H**'^» twice Vf JJ'U- t thrice Vrfs** , 
four times i.mi^\<jm ^ lA x 

'V'B.uciivuHi. first! «{.«»*.«♦. 2.^''•^ » secondly Vf^f"rr •*^^«*«f» 
thirdly tff-rr •"''•f-J', lastly '^ -tJ^riV . finally {)rf2-»-tV-5 

Sfe'UD'^U"'*'*^ . here >»>»^ , there mi<f , where •"-f, hence «»it<j.Ji • 
hither »tm^ , thither mU>f. , whither 2 —f , thence mU^^, s 

J>lnriVi.u.»il3.»iiVb*f . now i««;^J', before j»««^-«2, (*«♦">•) , after jV_ 
•».-j , often jm^m\4 , when j-pj-^S, to-day ««j»*f , yesterday jVrVi'*' • 
to-morrow .t-»T_f.- , seldom f<»Ju -4-fV+ .sometimes VrpV^i •trP- s 

^\VuU.^U.lUA.Mi . little M-.J-.*., very little ;-j^ hi«.J«*.-, enough 
^<Mif« , ^»ttmm\mX , much ^mtimk.S , vcry much fi^ij-*-/ j-;^ , too 
much i-.rJ j-j^ s 

nPi3«^i5>^0''«»*P» well p-.f.— ^i, badly trf"* » wisely f»X»»-V"*- 

F^f , justly mi^m[m^\;H t 

\j'{*Mt''\i.Q\iM\5ib^* perhaps P-Vf^" , possibly 4Wf fc, per- 
chance £«.f« •l"^"t•"? » probably •Uj.p. j. - 

Reuses C'llVb'^. yes -»j<* , indeed J^f•*•'-^ . truly iy.*f .».«#«-|t.» , 
certainly ••.f..>.^M«)^H, for sure ♦H>.JV'L«*i-«r^» no doubt -.1».f..*pi»»J-j»s 

f\i).8iMJT3.^i3.*b'f . no "I, not -I f^«^, by no means, Fliw^ , 
not at all -t. ^"Um.. , •^Jt'J'U.^t , in no manner -j. |»*-f* , not in 
the least mJyuUlX m^s 

1 Qnntrutif' Pnuiu^nnil^ 'li^uibutlAtb ilumuumI^umIipu , ^pj^ 

juMpiJ-uiiT uMjuuiku . 1*% 2^7, 3^y, 4'y, L%'. 

2 Hither, thilher , whither iltupftit jfttTiuumu np ^pJ-ni-ifU 

futuiftiiui^uAiu^ hue, illuc, L quo). 



— 160 — 

<l3.P8l3.Mori,»P. how "V'tV" t whj t^'rVr • bow much *-."J.Ji , 
"fL^f » how many 1 +-»1'^ , how often + «»^f j» , when VfF . where 
*'»-r , whither •.-j.-^tof t 

f^C'U'hiisu.MTJAi'P . more -•— •<-1:Lf *•"''♦ t most .M«..«i-VL»^'J-A , 
much more i-*f?' mm-m^\;i, as much -rL*"f » less «-«J-'- , least 
MM^ioto j-j^ , much less j-j^ mm\HK- , as tiV" i •^j-nV" * 

^% JtulfpLuiio nn nthilib nuut tuif uiliutltuta puMnn.uiiniul£u/b L. 

i^kptuif-fiutiiu/b * ^^t oppjui^ often, ofteuer 5 oftenest j-t^m^ . 
soon, sooner, soonest ^i,- far, farther, farthest 4l:«^f , l^* •• 

\yuji^pittjo uhh'uit^ JiuuuiJp. I^UMaJtut tiutfuiliuitiuta u. lutli^ 
^l^ul{_1■^•CP''lf^^3 f fu/t-A^^/M/*^ Jut till liuibu ly . nnn onjitituli VVl<S6, 

^Sm^^mJ\. , wisely J.Xw-.^t-.p^j. . honest -•»— i+Jii.^ , honestly •««*—. 

}J* UJi f^ftutfo t^nhut [3-l^ JJi^i ilun.ut^^P'Utq j^tjui luir tuliu/liutq 

II jyiniuif.utu piufjitj • p^'"^ '/> ifujlip.uijftju always , never , often 

h. Seldojn , nn r^tjili iuMn.ui9 outit ap.iuju s |» pujqujq.^tb-m£^ 

J-uJifltMltiuliii fS'V/Av* iTutlfputpi i^^ift p}"l- *^2- °"'nbif-ui^pu ft. utb ^ 
ahutj^t : \^inlip.uMjo jutliij.hui£0 '^ ly JiupPftli L. jlriniui^iuu 

L jtun.uj2a''R"'3 li^'^L. F"ob3 • 

c^ltuihtu ql, %ut[uuMn.[int.pfii^^u ofy by , upon 5 at y in ^ with 
jwpl/h hftp.frUl '/f t{hrf,^ Jlulipiujfi^u here , there , where , n^ml^ 

tuMpiJ-iuir tlutnjtlt jk-ui^tbpu i^njuu/litulf i^trpiubnt-uUi^u tnlS , 

that, which . ^^ op/Aui^ 

yinfutuutuu 

Hereof, of this. -j-f > "•"•♦•?'• 

Thereof, of that . -Ar » *•'^•♦•^ • 

Whereof, of which . -^f , »^h^^ . 

Herehj , by this . mm{yi, , ^^^mie^ . 

Thereby , by that . T-L^^ . Ju^—tof . 

Whereby, by which . -r-i. •'t • 

Hereupon, upon this. '}< -{.Vf^; -•;t • 

Thereupon, upon that. 'J- -Jjrf-j <««;^f • 

1 ^^Lifpb bow much £J^7- uAnt.w%j tp'^S "U hzs*-U^' ^ ^ip^ , L 

^tr Jlno^ fu/p.n.^/^'b • ^«4 ho W many /»5>^ utitnutu%q nno pifq. P-m-nifo 
u/Jt^ui%jik « qnfi oijjthiu^ hoW many books . ^»!^^ Sm>^^mUf s 





— 161 — 




Whereupon , 


upon which . 


> -Urr-J -f-^ • 


Hereat , 


at this . 


-*• «*•;» f tf'r •*J* 


Thereat, 


at that. 


-.- mj^ . 


Whereat, 


at which . 


m^ yif,. 


Herein , 


in this. 


i-jmS, 


Therein , 


in that. 


J-A/. 


Wherein, 


in which . 


3»pm^S, —f . 


Herewith, 


with this. 


•*;*-*• . "-^- • 


Therewith, 


with that. 


-^r-.r-L— 


Wherewith, 


with which. 


-f-L* 



And I- . But -;L« F-J5 • 

As if -r-it- H . If, whether tH • 

So that -.;t-,V- ^^ • Viz 4#.j- |.tfl. . 

Insomuch that "^i. »lJ», «♦>. In as much as ^''L ^^. 

Yet •.«*«J»';'w . Rather than •^•♦.-♦t-IrL ♦•*^ • 

However •••♦•J-^1' U m^Um^m » Or J««<r. 

For f-lttf . In order that -f-tt» ^^ • 

Although, though P-t*iVf^» Since «f »^4V«^1^ , f-t^ . 

In short 'J ^|-2fJi.^ . Because •{.•""'«• tj. s 
Nevertheless p**;^ «i««J«««;1.. 

t-nj , npm^u atui-na , fiihn.nt.P'hu^t , quM^idu/ltiu^ , ^lut-utbiti.^ 

Ah! -'4 . Come on ! «^t VfP-Jj-'-* • 

Alas! -.'..^Ii,. Cheer up! f«£.-itft«»5 • , 

W^ell! *^''2. t. Ho! -"l, «i T— • 

Right! F-f—'f. Hold! W? • ^'^".>l.• 

Egad! m{^Hi.mUf}^^mym . Softlj ! 'tj-'^'^f 

Fyl c't wi^Tf. Hush! L--*^ LVr • 

How! -fiV"' Huzza! JVjjt;^* 

What! ^^'l.t. Zounds! -'».^^V-a. 

Lack-a-daj'! «««-«#\. Silence! l"'-*^ iJrr • 

God bless me ! rVr -r-ft-* • Woe! -l-O , lr^"-J j 

11 






(lift ^tiiujl^iuti ^uiqij.l;iuqji tub^J^p *y^ ^ *t ^*"'1}H^' ^«"/.~ 

peasant chaldean to conduct goat city Bag- 

dad to mount | to 

follow j 'ijs' bell to suspend neck 

l] luTCiun-hapq ijutjunujt^ ^h%n.uflitiu , tuut; autUSii , uin. 'lini.uiali 

to sell at least 

/•ItlruntA q.niuJhtf tunh'UM[3ni i \^juni- uMni^ui[3-nif_ liiunhiT 

ai.li. piece silver . 

^^Til^ iput^lrn Jp "ttiin , L. JJt TCnJu aif.hi$tn JhinufpuhuMj , 

to purchase turban new vestment -tn. taffeta , 

ipp iiiltq.lrqpq i£.outlruJi. JJtaiJ^ 'p Jh$nujput; h-piiufbunj • U. 

to tie sash silk purple . 

iru ^'[k^n if-ht^qliiutLnpib '^ lHA[(3-Jn» t 

fine at mosque . 

While I was thus anticipating in idea | 

qjii-pn^ <!^uAq.hpJLlTiu^^ iljff/f^i^^ t ^P^E ^Cutpufiup upjiliiujo 

'f, 4f>pu.j enjoyment, skilful rogue 

iftuqJbqJiit ^lUMpu ffliS 'l* I^UMu^inli 1^ abut JP'-("y i^uiliint.^ : 

to concert stratagem to plunder treasure . 

As he moved along slowly, to slip 

uiutpnt-Ph-iuJfs. qqiifUi^uMlflt Yf u£Uinu/bnq^ utfitjtli , It. n*jbb-£rnf_ 
tpuffli $Miltq.huii, utit-utliq jplik-^nj tnhubuM^ , luiij^ f t^np i , 

to fasten , to perceive , tail 

uiuMputt. '^ p-"*3 lb*-P *U*-UM/lb I 

to carry booty . 

X^qk^ib »"jpu £ihrhhuti_ '{t 4tv"U hzrJ'' t*-pij ' ^*- u.'^iT'L *fti!r 

riding 



— IG3 — 

to continue musing, 

least suspicion ut«. loss to sustain . happe- 

ning to turn about 

oB^ini-fu fti.n , huihu uiui.nif_ L j['*-P Jhi^ qutpjtubu q^ utliiu^ 

head , to see grief astonishment 

unt^$li nn l;n Jfi JhttiutLitpi Jiuuti h*-pf^ 'SCnpfni-P'lFUtlt^ 

to constitute considerable riches 

l^n ^iiualrtMJiz Xf^'^P^ JIJ^ k"'Pb uAJUni-fd-t-tui/p. fPfM ^ 

to go . to inquire utmost anxiety i<A« 

itl^B pt-nJI; pt.nutpitA<pt.n uAquti.npu*a , "P^lS ^lu ^ufbif.p^ 

uba. traveller, O5 to 

tt/hautc ; , 

meet - 

\jpkp"Pt "pbh"iP* lUMpiJ-atiT JkpihuuMt. tun. "but L. luul; 

to accost O5 

ytu» • ;( "y^pi^iupb. uuiJ-iP b'^h uihrufi u/bn. *p 'Ifff/P IfyP 'iB 

just yonder 

I usTCuMUfuspt-ufi I , muMbkiniJ^ '^ p"'3 C^'t b*~V "U^ Jp^") i 

I in great haste | , to drag along 

f\%trii2n*-ijfi' h9_ ihni-P'n$J_^ U. uiiuu\ti-u£q aaiuplrptup uSbhru»_ 

to dismount precipitation , to request obliging stran- 

%oP^t ntAlrf^ ilkf ['"-P f 9A ^"^ ^ i^npnt-uq^ qcruti/u/biu^ 

ger to hold that he might lose time 

^tuuu/tit-£^ tun. t^nipi s 

overcome O5 • tbief 

*\jUM uAi^lib u^iiutL. i^frui il^tr^* It. ibin nt^tr^nj jiM^oi^nLMiu 

instantly pursuit, he had in vain 

titb^htu£_ f^l- q-ut^iu tJl^i 'p utlriifi^t 1 np 'litftu qnuqhtui 

to traverse ^ja field place | which was pointed out 

hp I > t^tupiiuL. lutib^hiug^ li. tuilh'hLp'b ^i^utM^iun. 'A mlr^ 

to him I , to come back quite breathless 

qh" J**l**^ ilhl^tilruMiU 4y» ' X^itf-UMbop n^hif-Jim n^ lb*-P h£!f 

from whence to set out . There 

"li. lifUP^ "P 'ImJum mniJ»uti^ l;p [uiuph tMiiumjtn utlrttk^at^ 

deceitful informa- 



— 164 — 

[9-fii^u , L. nnnj piUtutTiiali iitA^ilruit l;n qiubuiuntib p*-p i 

tion , «n/> care to intrust 

to walk onward pensively ve- 

xed ashamed at disappointment, atlen- 

Pftt^ [it.n ouipPlFUtL. *^ piunJtpui^n^ ntf^pnij L IiuiIiumUu*^ 

tion to rouse loud complaint lamentation 

sat by the 

fp^nnnj Jfiy • \jU* ilruiu ^.tup^uji- jp^p ni.i^njtt tun. p 

well . to turn out way 

Lutnlf^tia i^lri l^'t ^ 1_P°P ni-iHip ihinufj • ufUMUfiftutj 

sympathise affliction ; 

%i/uj ith*-p utu£^ut^iuti P^t.utn.ni.p[tJliu , L Ir^utpj %Jut 

misfortune , 
uuiuitnTCtun. itiautn^tu^^'b inntnithLpiru/iib np Pni-l^p f^k- 

violent sorrow to seem to op- 

press 

(,iWl-tun, luiil^ t-n^h-^i Uijpli , j h"*vh ni^pJatt^^i itupi^tt. J 

Alas ! I in the most piteous tone of voice | 

J^iitLlrn- ffyf^ uMumuttiop JP'^'H^'^n '^I'kl' *t 2j^'-p^' utni-ip 

as was resting to drink , to drop casket 

JJt /^ u/liq.uiifuMliq.^t-pi I np lu/bJiu ^yiui_t;p ^iji I tnuiUh^^ 

uLa. diamonds, | that I was employed | to carry 

tun. fuium^uipi ^utiuMitumnu • It. dtuutlih^vujq *fi ifiu^ ^tuu^ 

calif to put to death '!> 4^p>^j 

^utbrfit. niJbtririf ^aphuti q.uJiiJt Jp u-ijliufliu Jhhrutij.[ib : 

suspicion to secret valuable . 

(( \}*- /^i^l;n n^ nutnlini.u *Ji fjt^npn. tnnifhht ainnt-tp ^n , 

to jump into in search "fr«- 

utu^ tf.lrt^jiL.1^ , qiupJiuuhtui^ i^q. tuui^i-Pfiuh l^i-piJ *linp 

astonished at stupidity new 

iriuLoPffb t — %^u/bq[i uiji^ ^ [""p i tiplilitruM^ "*Jf*^ t ^ ^" 

acquaintance . — Because deep , to reply , 

n^tf-JtinhriP n i_unv.auMlik ^ It. n^ ini-qut^z j ^uijg hp!^ £linp^u 

k-tphj- to dive to swim . | But if you will be kind 



— 165 — 

enough as | to do service , to give 

knhuntlli t^niuJ'u tuphriuP-nj ?^ s « 

to accept offer exultation , whilst 

I Cftulit;n J 01^01 phi^ouib ft. qq^tuuUt It. qilht-lCiu^ttu , 

I was putting off | cassock vest slippers, 

to pour out soul thanksgiving Prophet 

iiUMJuiujulituiriul^u^ ott^int.[3-lrujj/ilt *I"P "jfJut ^nn^i^n s 

providential succour to grant . 

p*uijq p J-uit/htJi innnutT trJiii-in 'p Pnt.p% 'Jt funja ^utph'h'^ 

the moment to plunge in search preten- 

qt-utf^ ut^injli , utj^ (^ nn l^n Jp J^pfiQ "pth^^bs "/' *^**- 

ded to 

p.utlihuti li\tfi '^ Ifnqninink/ iflttu ^ l^tttn. ttaa^h umu *bnniu , It 

concert to rob to seize garment 

yphn iiltnutu tttltl^ufu^u^h- utn. rps^/rnu p*-p ^ 

to bear "hta • security comrade 



\X* ^p(3nt-PptA Wn.nij.utitni. 13- hit/it It. [[unniut[.pnt.P'lrtu'ii 

(37 , 38) U* At length the long-wished-for day arrives. U_; 
and talk but little to her. 

P" • ^pPnt-Pltuli \ni.bJuttt It. ^it*pt[.t/lt/iini.ptriuf» (19) 

U . They were going on , concluded the . il^« I fear to dis- 
please vou . 



— 16G — 

'^ 13. I) h • 

Ohninuifh utuft qutbijuin.nLP-Jiiji ^lutT juiuiiuciit-Uh Jpy 

utJlhnJihut^ utaiLnniui^npt Uu ^unitit[i Im. Jpui1if^ut$ratpi q.tu^ 

nn uMjp.nij2r*-P^*"'^* ItiTutumftijli L uiutftt^nt.f^lwtu1i piubl^i ^7/^ n^ 
umbuili^alrli : ^^jjutui-nftu ^ft ijt.' iffJTi/tMj fll^uf^uw L j[)€.£iuji^utli_ 
i^*-n q-iuuu uiliUuip^h^ut^ , [i"*J^ I*- ni.pnjli l^uipt^hri^ t^hnuftb 
JliUMba.tuJuMpt liuMnh.nit ^uMi/iupJtifa jnv-uuilty^hutipi if.fii-pnt.[djttJi t 

pt-iui JJtu/lttt.tuiP t iflinjit aopni-P^irtiidp. pju/lau^i 4" ^ jtudbliuMpM 
umUij.umiI'u 'bnjU iuuuiqni-tuh^nj , tljuuli "pnj L. ^luJtiijli pu^ piup_ 
putn. tinatu qhii^uil^u/b t; • npnil^fi. iua,iut-hiuM^nultJt i^ujpoui ilinuM^ 
q.pni.pisUMb t^ftintrf^pi^ utn.iu2l>i(i'*j^ t 

Wn. BiAi^f^iMiqfiu ^plfliji joqfit *p %njlnulifi^ ptun.a , tpi^ 
lubif.fip Jt^yit L hpk if-nph-oU I'pli^i • tjnp op[iitut^ Xi.Jr "^ • i^''* "^ 

U Sm'Um,.\ JJ. , A man 5 woman and child. S"-^ "^ ^ •n'^tf^t'^' 
A house and garden. lirV^-i''' ^ l--^''' » The sun and moon. 

Wjt^l^ utuiiuilrp'2Cni.lj3-lii^i L uiqn.nt.ni-(9lii^ puM'tiftb ^p^'f'f' 
joq.%. qnpopJt%uj^ Ol l.-''^ '^tP' . -JL ^ 'XSt^ ^ i^>»A , Not Only 

the vear , but the daj , and the hour . 

Ohnjnzuli luUnztuuq . 
Qap<f-utiP uiutpqni-P-^ifU U. n.u*^tiitt-npni.pjiult piMApli n^ 

t* «rt''+ **^^rr*.> » The laws of God and man . — \f'tupPJt Lu 
uMuLi_ The laws of God and those of man . ««/^ uiu^Bnp^ k 
uMuh[_ The laws of God and the laws of man . 



— 167 — 

wer of God , and the wisdom of God. 

OknfmtfG tuS^tu^tuutuq . 

QanJ-utW lubruilius'lt luUni^in. *Ji *bnjh Jjtinu U. iint^iU hquAu*^ 
^lui- Intuit Irut/ l>tf^ 'I* P'"n'^n"ll'l_ ql'lilint-u t^njutliiuli iM/lint-uniu* 
fin halfll 'A ^"Ipl P['^ ^ 'A '^iP* "^ F'"^*l'3 » luh' utliutltlt JJiUMlfJt 

^uspf, . ^,p of,l^.uMli li^r -t l-r^i ^ W^ -+ i-r4i • A little 
man and woman ..|J>A-.fp. ^j-^^j, U .♦.tAiMfl?- p-i-.^^ , A bad pen 
and paper. 

Ohn^zuG, nhjituhmtuGq . 

13, • ^frnu/linulii^ J"«f tuiLtu^ utUni-uili^ utq^iulfqtiiu tun. nn 
nt-iiiifiu auntub , lutu^utt-Jt lunu utbtLipuiahu • *tPP *>nhliutl£ ^—jm 

}.S , S^jf J./, Father, mother. 1^- f-pV • ♦"^r ^'^» Is it well, 
sister? \>\ ^^f ^- , VTp-'jr ^•^• Gome with me, brother. 

I love and fear him . ^-»jp f/, Smj^ ^S U p«j.V|.«JV J./, My fa- 
ther, mother and friends, ip^^tj— P-^^-V t»j,» , >.«£•,^_£,-•-P'^^^ ^ 
».iJtx— P'^^^ , Her vouih, health and innocence. 

\}[3-^ pu/h'b ^uipjt tu^rj^nt. Aj^* hp^'t • 'St.'V °/'/'^"'4 fl '"••fVf + 

J,X L. ^«.,.Vrt H A-<i».*.-.^ J-tj ;«««f-»-5V'«'L V** I Mj sons and my 
daughters rose against me . 

<^ • t^iuTCiufu Lu l^qt^ jutpuMfihp$u^u^i . qnn opfi'but^ UL^Jf'* 

tfMj. 1m m^Ji , The man he killed. \\}M> ^m^ •ti-»'rV«^» The wo- 
man I esteem . *n-»rVr'i'''* vr L"**'",^ » The ballad 1 heard . \j,ji_ 

ilhp2^** "^u *A ^nt-aiutannL^^tAu JlfuMpi ^an^lrui/^ s 

^hfiimtfG ptuj/iif . 

ipnfuuA pLiyJ^i iiun.ui2uin.npi ip^utiniu^yiiy^ l^b «^"'/^' oJ'Uib^ 
q.utlfii liutiP ^^lultutlpi , qnp opjiliiuli .^•Nif.wftJ, JLJ. <^m]m<j tjt. , ,«»^j^ 



— 168 — 

-LtJV-?t . I ibought he would come, but lie wilt not; fcrP-J-^V 
mUfp p.^ ^mJ}^ , mji V- dt'^'^y}'^ t Ld tim go thither, if he plea- 
ses , as for me , I will not . \X»^ tt.u • |j,r^...ij, «,^^«».4,«„Vl"j V** 
t- «(M«^N..4•••••V••:^'>• » Thej must and shall be punished . 

^J^HiJiii ypphSU L fLtuj^u to have ^ to he ^ to speah . qn(i 
opfibiuli After taking tlmfuu/inul^ after having taken , 3V«f» — '"V. 
LV • If possible ilin^iM/buMli if is , b-P-i: ^^lr i-^f VlJ* • I ever heard 
of ilm^uttiiu^ I ever heard speak of, Q\:S i,— V-«i. (I-'-Vl) >\^^»>^^ * 

OknimtTG Ctujunntug . 

'J. «(«Mt,N*i^M L. 'J, ^V'*** 4»w-i«*f*«»J-»5 , He was seen in the abbajs, 
halls, and public buildings. juo-Vj-*- ^«» -"- -A-^fj^ ^-ttW ^ 
Mtite -.Jt**— 'A J-1"*;- "f+ £i..j..«.i^M.2^ Vi.V*» '*"'-♦ » He spoke to every 
man and woman he met with . 

'y^utfuif.tinu to iiuufutt.fi unilnpiupuip uitt-ut^^ liui^utb i^lrput_ 
"tint-uhia , innJ-uttT I^n^^'U fubq.ftnp ufrn.fi L. plin£.(3frtub pifub p 
piu%ti% , L. plini.ptru/l^ ^hiq-Jip liu/lijulruql; ou/Ji tpiihn-pu » t^up 

opl^uili VT •*•♦•" ''•*'^* 'd'^fr» Lend him your book. li"*««jlrf Jtt. 
Vr V'L rV"t*r » 1'cll us what you have seen . |\f-« f^j t."»j- 
^-r4, Do me that pleasure. 

OhnjmtCG ^tunhtuuijia . 

1> qlrn^i.tR ^lun^iutif^a ^ftp /'^> ^t'"^tkp '/' "f***"" "**-"('[' • 
puMja uiiu L.lfP' a^ 'ff «/4^ hplint.^ p'^uts *^"pPl' t l_ H""^ 
qhii^i puut ^lujfi q^uql^tuufi^ ^\f that, ijnp opjiUiul^ tj^f^V* 

P-V F*«rVt-A +- ^iM-V-L V** , I think that your friends are arri- 
ved, liuJiT I think your friends are arrived. W^^S p.[; .{.•-♦ -j_ 
^«.1.«.JL^i ^m , I saj that you do not know her , ^uiiT I say 
jou do not know her. 



— 169 



4.1). r * -p b 



Damon to sentence by Dionysius n^i* 

tyrant Syracuse to die | on a certain day | 

to beg permission to retire [ in the mean time | 

to country , to set affair dis- 

JfuUPuMn if.b-nq.iuuinii^iltti '^ qtstp^p : 

consolate family order . 

i^ttn.kiuu JuMinnja nuali^U *p putt/uiuinqnt-P^^tA p uilrnp pt.nnj 

Phidias to offer confinement place 

p.uMpfr^utJpb , L. ^uiJnli trtiL. puut uiuujifu/uutq.nnt.pt-iuTtu 

friend according Jiuff. 

h-q.tru/f ituauiuint^Ppuli t 

to set liberty. 

QnpJ-iuiT opli muimnt-^utultb ^ujuut%l;n Join , pfAiuunpit 

execution to draw near 

1 2yV^^3""' */* ^t^muMplibni-fiiybli I mhuuibh^nf qip^tf-^utu 

I had the curiosity | to visit 

ipt-pnt-iT puiUmpit s 

dungeon . 

\^uM^iun.nt.^ll opb hifUiu : ^ftq.Jtutu lub-tuu It. i^iuujp *fi f^9l> 

fatal to arrive . to be brought to walk amid 

ufiu^tuufuAuia , int-pP P'y^ ^"^ it*^^ 'b ***^*lb ufutmnt^^ 

guard fnpir serious satisfied air 

^uttiftit t ^ftHlihufinu kp It-u u/bi^ s 

already 

^tt^puiu h^iuu • nuuikuML. fUefd^Lu *ft *l^piy putpipuMi^utbu-iu^ 

to come; to vault light w^.^* scaf- 

qf^ L ijiAlriu£_^ lun. ilujjp tip t^nphrutput'b Jui^nt^i , tf.u*pJufi- 

fold to behold for some time apparatus death, to turn 



— 170 ■— 

'but , L ^luTCiiftuliUMb Jttlh hquihtutiuML. , tujuuf^u fuoutratuL. inn. 

pleasing continance , to address 

tt-nnni^i-fii^t • 

assembly : 

\>tr utnopo lmnh% futri^ , tuumnuiMMtirp ^lu^uip t% * q.iu^Jt'SC ^ 

prayer heard , God propitious ; executioner, 

utnut *l^i* muMptnu : 

to do office . 

to pronounce word , buzz to begin 

luMit^hi *p iH9 ^lrn.uMi-nn J-ntin^n.lsu/tnM t ^hn.iui.np pu^ 

to rise among remotest people . distant 

JutA hqU. [uh-f^ , L. a ^iuif.uj£tk-qn , q-utq-utpfr^n e[^ui_ 

voice to stop exe- 

pni.tuh'lM )? ^llf- ^filfiif'Ui^JJi pnifuAtf-uM^ J-nqnilpi^lpi i 

cution to repeat by 

Wjn nifu h^iuu I i^ni-P-utbml/li [ s ]» JpnuiT iliujp^h%ft 

I at full speed | . instant 

I he was off his horse upon \ 

nJltkn tj^Jtt^jituu ufiiq-iui^nJUu fAif-q-p^lrttM^i 

to hold strait Js^k to embrace . 

fy*ni^ utaujui hu , i^n^iu^ "lua , fiiT u^fit-£[i fUMtptr^iuif* W- 

jf. safe to cry beloved 

uint.utb'o ib'/p'^* on^bhut£^ • Iru utftrif ^tlUpW n^pb^ ^"113 

to bless 
to suffer . 

\^,^j£iutf.ni^ik utfJL i^phiu Pl; lubfuou 'ft puMonuliU fiunnj f\%uti/h%p , 

Pale speechless arm 

a^fii^putu ututuq ^ft ^utinutl£tnnt.n 3iu»jliu • \^ut^uMn.ni.^uMli 

to reply broken accent: 

iltui^tfjui^utth , uA^ni.(3- utii^ujJpIrpnt-P^fit^i : [[pnif^kinL. n-u 

haste ! cruel impatience ! 

"JL 4*"/'^*^ Jbn.iuhhi 'ji '^P'lf^it ^« iLtuJpJ' ^lrut£^ tua-iUK.hf_ 

to save survive 



— 171 — 

to hear, to behold astonishment, 

to open longer to refuse as- 

sent jf^ • thruth so incontestibly to pro- 

ve by fact . to descend irq_. throne , to ascend ^ja • 

l^tai^a 1-nLp qnt-^npif^ u/ii^tut/Iii/iuurp , utntuntu^triua pnn._ 

to live irj_ pair incomparable , to exclaim 

uutt.nnb • | n.nt^ IrianLp utbn.hJiun.uMni i^ujjni-p-piSii \ i^njnt.^ 

I you have borne unquestionable testimony | exi- 

P-kutit utn.utpfi%nL.phutb • ^tqlfo Irp2j^l^k t i^J^M uilinL.ut^ 

stence virtue ; happy renow- 

^Ap s \fi- , o'4 f utpuipk^ q^u Jirpnil^ pjputmnt^ , npu{ku 

ned . , to form by precept 

iLituo ^nuft.hiitq^n q^u Jttrnnijjf. oii^'iiutlj[UMt- , ^%£-^ u*nJ-uAtJi 

to have invited by example, worthy 

^u/nnnq.tui^qnt.piruA iujuufjiut.nj uftp.uMbniJ;p putplr^uti/ht.^ 

participation sacred friend- 

Ptrufit : 

ship . 

11* y^nP-nt-PfiJb y^n.nq.u/tini-ld-lruiU L. [[i.qntuq.pnt.[3-lruA 

( 39 . 40 ) U • Her women will represent to me that it; the 
folly of building castles in the air». 

pi . \\pPnuPlit.'b \ nM.ttituM% L ^utpq-iTut^nuPhut^B (20) U * 

The story says the sultan was so touched, it,, consulted the 
good of his people . 



— 172 — 
SU.^MU.<l>n^P•bU.'b D.^H^^l3^n8 

%^h-pPnqiuliui'h nuhi uJlit^i^ut^t-nj tiiuiT Jt^^^-JirS. ( jambick ) 

nprniku reveal, obtain . liutW Jt^-.--»(. (trocbaical) , uMjuJib^t 
jojful, kindlj. 

oujllf^vn nni.a.nni^ ilu/i*^pq • Qpjfliui^a • 

JVh.itutJh'pf /w^ ptuntuJuiGu . 

With ravlsh'd ears 

Tbe monarch hears. S '*''•' 6 S t*^ • 

IpliS^tui/hny <ut^ JhqutJtukh * 

One ev'ning as I laj 
A musing in a grove , 
A njmph exceeding fair 
Came there to seek her love: 
But, finding not her swain. 
She sat her down to grieve, 
And thus she did complain: 
wHow men our sex deceive!" 

And maj at last my wearj age 
Find out the peaceful hermitage. 
The hairy gown and mossy cell, 
Where I may sit and nightly spell 
Of every star the sky does shew. 
And every herb that sips the dew! 



— 175 — 

JphStu^hnv yutiA muiuGiuJtuGlf . 

Nor fame I slight, nor for her favours call; 

She comes unlooked for, if she comes at all. 

But , if the purchase costs so dear a price , 

As soothing follj, or exalting vice; 

And if the muse must flatter lawless swaj. 

And follow still where fortune leads the waj; 

Or if no basis bear my rising name; 

But the fall'n ruins of an other's fame, 

Then teach me, Heav'n, to scorn the guilty bays. 

Drive from my breast that wretched lust of praise; 

Unblemish'd let me live, or die unknown; 

grant me honest fame, or grant me none! 4)0*. 

Here we may 

Think and pray. 

Before death 

Slops our breath : 

Other joys 

Are but toys. n^nP-Ciu • 

JphStuuutn «ucy» HGoMiihuUh . 

In the days of old 
Stories plainly told 
Lovers felt annoy. *i,iMw^h ••lU.rbP'** . 



— 174 — 

Little svren of the stage, 
* Charmer of an idle age, 

Emptj warbler, breathing Ijre, 
Wanton god of fond desire. 

S«/^ Irp^ninuiuit/iituilu/h^ np u^^V*— "''TrV-'*' (Alexandrine) 

^n^plt iltup^o jutj^i£infuni.P[iL^t i^iii^iiitl£uit.nnnt.(3- truth u{ujut 
Jiu^u/b ^hpP-nt.iuh'nq s Qufju utau. tnuiiiliq ^u/lin.fiuinlt unijnniu ^ 

F"'C '[' 'UF3^p"t"t ^if^kf^ ^ • ire opl}^''*^ 

The ling'ring soul the unwelcome doom receives 

And murm'ring with disdain — the beauteous bodj leaves. 

|t> JJii-u Lu ^"ip ^f^^mU^ ( anapest ) lin^^lrusj_, n^t jkit, 
^n§^ uqj^j II '^ '^t'JJ ^l'k*"l'^ f "P ***n- Pbp-L.ni.phu/li'li l^uMftfi 
juitiqtut-np li 33"3 "^nt-ujt^iuq : \t <tui^ai-u iiujuiT Z^ZJf*^' «"^'_ 

Mav I govern mv passions with a'bsolute swav , 
And grow wiser and better as life wears awav. 4>n* . 

^uifu ^"'p pLuhjni.ir uuitLutiF lujttfuit-h i^tub^ Jp jutn.uM^int.J' 

When present, we lovej and when absent, agree, 
I think not of Iris , nor Iris of me . Sl^O-'ssco • 

*\jUifub^ ^bnPmi^ torffi^lro^'lt hfip.bith intuitu ^ph^uituuuMbut^ 
tlusbl^u • nnuf^u 

And as the mind of such a man , that has a long way gone , 
And either knoweth not his waj- , or else would let alone 
His purpos'd journej, is distract. — 



— 173 — 

Beneath tbis tomb an infant lies 

To earth whose bod^- lent 
Hereafter shall more glorious rise, 

But not more innocent. 

^luiip UMbiutlitLo^ l^iuW ptitn u/bi^jpuMaunq MM^^tftw^f ^ blank } , 
l/b inphtt h**i ufutno n.^t.au*tftiui^uAn utiuubuti^utbi£ "ps ^*J*p" 

*tbP » fcZ!^ » XfblP'C}' ^ ^ndiifilt • lu^iu uiuiiniun-Jtll^ t^L. J^ph"~ 

A HYMN 

Nature, attend! join everj living soul. 

Beneath the spacious temple of the sky. 

In adoration joinj and, ardent, raise 

One general song! To him, je vocal gales, 

Breathe soft, whose spirit in vour freshness breathes: 

Oh talk of HIM in solitary glooms! 

Where, o'er the rock, the scarcely-waving pine 

Fills the brown shade with a religious awe . 

And ye, whose bolder note is heard afar. 

Who shake th' astonish'd world , lift high to heaven 

Th' impetuous song , and say from whom you rage , 

His praise, ye brooks, attune, ye trembling rills j 

And let me catch it as I muse along. 

Ye headlong torrents, rapid, and profound; 

Ye softer floods, that lead the humid maze 

Along the vale; and thou, majestic main, 

A secret world of wonders in thyself, 

Sound his stupendous praise; whose greater voice 

Or bids you roar , or bids your roarings fall . 

Soft-roll your incense, herbs, and fruits and flowers, 

In mingled clouds to him; whose sun exalts, 



— 176 — 

Whose breath perfumes you, and whose pencil painls. 

Ye forests bend, ^e harvests wave, to himj 

Breathe vour still song into the reaper's heart, 

As home he goes beneath the jojous moon. 

Ye that keep watch in heaven , as earth asleep 

Unconscious lies , effuse jour mildest beams , 

Ye constellations, while jour angels strike ^ 

Amid the spangled skj , the silver Ijre. 

Great source of daj ! best image here below 

Of ihj Creator, ever pouring wide. 

From world to world, the vital ocean round. 

On Nature write with everj beam his praise. 

The thunder rolls: be hush'd the prostrate world j 

While cloud to cloud returns the solemn hjmn . 

Bleat out afresh, ye hills: ye mossj rocks, 

Retain the sound: the broad responsive low. 

Ye vallejs, raise 5 for the Great Shepherd reigns, 

And his unsuffering kingdom jet will come. 

Ye woodlands all, awake: a boundless song 

Burst from the groves ! and when the restless daj , 

Expiring, lavs the warbling world asleep. 

Sweetest of birds ! sweet Philomela , charm 

The listening shades, and teach the night his praise, 

Ye chief, for whom the whole creation smiles. 

At once the head, the heart, and tongue of all. 

Crown the great hjmn! in swarming cities vast. 

Assembled men, to the deep organ join 

The long-resounding voice, ofl-breaking clear, 

At solemn pauses, through the swelling basej 

And, as each mingling flame increases each, 

In one united ardour rise to heaven . — 



— • 177 — 

ADAM'S ACCOUNT OF HIMSELF. 

44 For man to lell how human life began 
Is hard; for who himself beginning knew? 
Desire wilh thee slill longer to converse 
InducM roe. As new wak'd from soundest sleep 
Soft on the flow'ry herb I found me laid 
In balmjr sweat, which wilh his beams the sun 
Soon dried, and on the reeking moisture fed. 
Straight toward Heav'n m^ wondVing eyes I lurn'd. 
And gaz'd a while the ample sky, till rais'd 
By quick instinctive motion, up I sprung, 
As thitherward endeavoring, and upright 
Stood on my feet: about me round I saw 
Hill, dale, and shadj woods, and sunnj plains, 
And liquid lapse of murm'ring streams; by these. 
Creatures that liv'd and mov*d, and walk'd, or flew, 
Birds on the branches warbling; all things smilM, 
With fragrance and wilh joj my heart o'erflow'd. 
Myself I then perus'd, and limb by limb 
Survev'd, and sometimes went, and sometimes ran 
Wilh supple joints, as lively vigour led: 
But who I was, or where, or from what cause. 
Knew not; to speak I tried, and forthwith spake; 
My tongue obey'd, and readily could name 
Whate'er I saw. Thou sun, said I, fair light, 
And thou enlighten'd earth, so fresh and gay. 
Ye hills and dales, ye rivers, woods, and plains. 
And ye that live and move, fair creatures, tell, 
Tell, if ye saw, how came I thus, how here? 
Not of myself; by some great Maker then. 
In goodness and in powV preeminent; 
Tell me how may I know him, how adore. 
From whom I have that thus I move and live, 
And feel that I am happier than I know . 
While thus I call'd, and slray'd, I knew not whither, 

12 



— 178 — 

From where I first drew air, and first beheld 

This happj lightj when answer none relurn'd, 

On a green shadj bank, profuse of flow'rs 

Pensive I sat me downj there gentle sleep 

First found me, and with soft oppression seiz'd 

My drowsicd sense, untroubled, though I thought 

I then was passing to mv former state 

Insensible, and forthwith to dissolve: 

When suddenly stood at mv head a dream , 

Whose inward apparition genllv mov'd 

Mv fancy to believe I yet had being, 

And liv'd. One came, methought, of shape divine. 

And said. Thy mansion wants thee, Adamj rise. 

First man, of men innum'rable ordain'd 

First father; call'd by thee, I come thy guide 

To the garden of bliss, thy seat prepar'd. 

So saying, hy the hand he took me rais'd. 

And over fields and waters, as in air 

Smooth sliding without step, last led me up 

A woody mountain; whose high top was plain, 

A circuit wide, inclos'd, with goodliest trees 

Planted, with walks, and bow'rs, that what I saw 

Of earth before scarce pleasant seem'd. Each tree 

Loaden with fairest fruit, that hung to th' eye 

Tempting, stirr'd in me sudden appetite 

To pluck and eat; whereat I wak'd, and found 

Before mine eyes all real, as the dream 

Had lively shadow'd. Here had new begun 

My wand' ring, had not he who was my guide 

Up hither, from among the trees appear'd 

Presence divine. Rejoicing, but with awe. 

In adoration at his feet I fell 

Snbmiss; he rear'd me, and, whom thou sought'st I am , 

Said mildly. Author of all this thou seest 

Above, or round about thee, or beneath. 

This Paradise I give thee, count it thine 

To till and keep , and of the fruit to eat ; 



— 179 — 

Of every tree that in the garden grows 
Eat freelj' wilh glad heart j fear here no dearth: 
But of the tree whose operation brings 
Knowledge of good and ill, which I have set 
The pledge of ihy obedience and thy faith, 
Amid the garden by the tree of life, 
Remember what I warn thee, shun to taste. 
And shun the bitter consequence; for know. 
The daj' thou eat'st thereof, my sole command 
Transgress'd, inevitably thou shall die. 
From that daj mortal; and this happy state 
Shalt lose, expell'd from hence into a world 
Of wo and sorrow. — Sternly he pronounc'd 
The rigid interdiction , which resounds 
Yet dreadful in mine ear, though in ray choice 
Not to incur j but soon his clear aspect 
Return'd, and gracious purpose thus renew'd: 
Not only these fair bounds, but all the earth 
To thee and to thy race I give; as lords 
Possess it , and all things that therein live , 
Or live in sea, or air, beast, fish, and fowl. 
In sign whereof each bird and beast behold 
After their kinds; I bring them to receive 
From thee their names , and pay thee fealty 
With low subjection ; understand the same 
Offish within their wat'ry residence. 
Not hither summonM, since they cannot change 
Their element, to draw the thinner air. — 



u.. ^^pp•n^P•^^^ 
mn'hii'bnui-bu'b &^ nhviwhpnhfhbwb 

f^Ltintu^nni-P-li-ttitt , nnufl^u It. ifuMuu ^hniu^uAtu^iuIi \_nt.h'ilu»b II 
^lUft^ilu/bnt-P-lmUiii , 4«'/>44' mu*£_'p Umit-u Ju»UlfuMl$a ulipu if-Jiun^ 
fiJiuju 'p '^Ip' ptupfLiun. • J"nu *liutfu tunJ-u/U J^ %^utintr/ np 
pgliii ftuin piiusuui^aii o^uiui^tunp L. qni.tun'2iiu£^ JJiu/biLiuiliufli , 
It. np^uti^ ^tuft 4* "^nfu [tnlfli f^tmutbfi %^u*niuif.nop U. iwnt.nut^ 
uipni-P-truMi/f^ l^uMpLnpuM^ tun.ontrtuj "{fiuinj^Q • U. n.iunHrut/ 'k 
q.fn.piut[.nj% n^y pi^ts 't q-'^'ni-utpltbuii ilhpiuilpuipJt^ • fuiua 
uijuiT JaipP- 4* k"*l"t^L. "U"*H^'* ttJlumlMtultuli litunU.nnu • TbO 

new testament , utju k \,m^ \^m\mfml , The following of 
Christ, Qm^^m tZ-.T.-.t, L^HLV ^f|'-«f-4 » The class book, 
^tuutni-iub^ Jluinl/iiuM^ptu^ , MIss Edgeworth 's Moral tales , 
Popular tales, Early lessons^ Fenelon's Adventures of 
Telemachusj Goldsmith's Vicar of Wakefield j Jlonson'0 
Rasselas^ D. de FoS's Most surprising adventures of Robin- 
son Crusoe^ TV. Scott's Beauties of the prose romances; 
Addison 's Beauties of Spectator ; British history briefly told j 
Goldsmith's Abridgment of the history of England, 'o"/'/'^ 
Roman history , 'wft'^ History of Greece ; IrTlng s' ( KTa- 
shlngton) Voyages of Christopher Columbus^ Mrs H. 
eher Stowe 's Uncle Tom's Cabin 1 . 



qusi^intuf^ U. auiuinfruiliuit.nn IfhtiMliu uAahnlti^u , utptiuiJi 4-^ 
'l^Sti 4 !*• utlti^iun nuin utUumu.fii.m giutnyiu^uAJj^ ^ It. nttm lub^ 



— 182 — 

ll' "['>"*'/' ^»t*UMp h^ ts^ '^"{■[b'^sj^ /(lUif nn 'l^np' utilknfil^utqfi 
it.hnJuMi*uiai-nab • o^ uiufUM^fipjS "ffl^3 "'l^^'B puM^t-iT uipi ^ 

tlhui** I innu pniJuMJiij.uil£Jih #7c JJtutpi UMtlhliuijIt l^u/itnbp utuuth^ 
n.htai» *A ^^tfniul^iiMlijtJi , utjf^L. i^ntj.i^lmU utJaUtupi l£iunLLnniun.njU 

p.Uin.p It. nllUlUihh lTIIUMllUtl£ apncuhq l£KtlaUMItUMlfUMtl IgkllUMO • f^tt- 

'bi^tb h. ant-uin'^uM^i J*IJ^ ^ '^ fuputui u{fiuiiubfi * nnnif_ j>uj^u£t.n_ 
nuiu-itili aunjii ^laiTiunhifp ulultifulha nt-UunikiU. uMiiJtni-ih Jjiut , 

ouA afa-hnh It, a^huuil£uini.n puMiuutntuliub , nn adhor Ifl^uh 
tpntut-hiui nt^i^ili putatfiua tuni^Jt ^^knuil^UMbuMo^ 'ft iutUiniljlji- L. 

h inmnin^nLid-fitJlf nt.uutunfiiuq i 

Wn. *fi ijutnj-yf^ a^tudp.iuliuit *p ^n[3^ni.p-fit-tiu §iujunujil£ ,' 
'ijiub* iiinJ-utb I; nuuni-q^iJi pJ/Phn^Mnt-g^ ptupJtpiuJiitMpi Irp^ft^u 
h. hphau 'A I'^'-P utyiul^h-punuq f q^iuutnt-tua itlt ityuni ui ^h uifU p 
%lrnpnj ^L.puJpuifi^i-p q.tuuncq • L. lutMfui miu^ ^snjlt unatu jpt*^ 
P-ifpqni-ith • L. itin. ^uml. Lu uiuimi-nphfnj '^ Jputu %nqu» aifli^iSu 
bi-putDuili^ii.p ^uijltjtq , ututf^i^phfjjt tlk-ptuj iniufuutuMiiJi iwf'fohp^ 
ahuMib* ^tnjfrpl^t ^^Mjbmt^pni^ , i^iuli ntlliy^nif^utJbblrqnt^ CLr 
u-fiput \fi- ihuinj Jlit-uiuhtpiuiT 'fi iftupcfu ni.iinuii^pnL.P tr , ^P^l 
ahnpi ii^ia.ilnuplib , Jhl^liiupuM^h^il^inqui oppbuil^op q^uApml^uA 
lluilinUu \\n.nq.uilini.[3^yutli L. [\t-tppni^pni.(d-truMb tjnp uMuuflii^y^ 

ipqp ut^uil^hpmiua abiijU ^tutnnutuifu pu/ltpq nuuutlitmi p pb-puili ^ 
lun. *fi tfuMiputi.npi L. *b qpnt-qiuutpnt-Ppt^u tiutpU-nputq ifuMp^lr^ 
fjif * u»jl_ 9"*/" mtuptnu i^pqhu lin^ui nt-unt-qp^^ pum nt.^$thi-_^ 
Plfufb ^uiJpmtiutqli : 



Plrpft ^tuututphini-Plrut^i C^^n.uni-tua'npi , qb itrpUlr^ 't* ifU" J^- 
ppu ujJ^uu tuii-uiPlifiU* SOO.OOO opphut^^ uufutn-lrqittu* t^tyh p 
Ip^/wn/jTiw^ 'iMiu^tuha.u XX'f^pl'^lf ' ^ 3"'C"t J***'l^'^"'p' piupputn-u 
\^fi~pnu^utj PuMptLiTuibhtUfJli , U. in^iliuipnjh%ni.tui^u inu^uiippbriufj 



— 103 — 

A MORAL TALE 



i . Young John Lounger was a merry lad, but so lazy 
that he would never put his hand to any business, during 
his father's life. His father was a locksmith, always at the 
forge and the anvil. But the boy was not to be induced, 
either by example, or threats, or entreaties, to handle the 
hammer or the file. Shears and pincers frightened him ; 
and, having once or twice pinched his finger in the vice, 
he ever after shunned it with abhorrence. He used to 
loiter here and there about the streets, dressed in his 
father 's left off and tattered clothes ; and would stand for 
hours together on a bridge ; amusing himself by spitting 
on the water, and watching the eddies made by the 
current. 

2. His father, who was waxing old, was much grieved 
at his sloth, and would often admonish him, saying: 
« Jack *, my boy, how can you hope to thrive, if you idle 
your time away so, running to and fro, like a vagrant? 
What will become of you, when I am in my grave? 
What resources will you have, when you must shift for 
yourself? Look at all my fellow workmen's sons: are 
they not seen to work steadily from morning till night ? 
And are you not as strong as they? )> But this was of no 
avail. John was deaf to the most pathetic remonstrances. 
Neither his father, nor any mediator was able to move him. 

3. When the honest mechanic died, he left his boy 
to the value of twenty pounds, english money. After the 

1 ^nqutntu^uA l^uMir ihuMnutp^liu/bV utbm-u^iu John. 



— 184 — 

burial, and when the first burst of sorrow was over, John 
began to muse on the way of making the best of his stock 
of cash. « Now, thought he, I am forsaken and bereft of 
support. I must bid farewell to idleness, and bestir my- 
self. Too late I feel the wisdom of my father and his 
friends' advice. Let me consider whether there is aug:ht 
that I can do with little trouble. Painting, music and 
poetry claim more exertions than I am prone to make. 
The law I have no taste for : I could never contrive to 
prove that white is black, and black white. 

4. «I hate physic. If I turn soldier, besides reckoning the 
necessity of fighting, which is a very unpleasant one, I 
must submit to numberless toils and hardships: now shrin- 
king with the biting cold, now sweating in the burning 
heat, now sunk over my ankles in miry marshes. No ; I 
have not the warlike spirit of my cousin Tom *, who ser- 
ved under general Reckless, and who was slain in a bat- 
tle fought against the Chinese. Poor cousin Tom! He has 
been dead these two years. He preferred roaming abroad 
lo staying here with his parents and relations. He left the 
country six years ago, to seek for adventures. He at last 
enlisted himself at Gibraltar, and had been eighteen 
months in the army when he was killed. 

5. « Had he been of a character less bustling and fiery, 
or less fond of wandering, he had perhaps reached a good 
old age ; whereas his rashness brought him to an unti- 
mely end. A sailor's life also has its fatigues and dangers. 
How many a storm-beaten vessel, borne on swelling wa- 
ves, with her sails shred by the wind, has split on rocks, 
or has been wrecked on distant and unknown shores, or 
has been caught among the icy mountains of the frozen 



1 *\fni.ut^u§^u^ uhinLMtbu ThoiUclS. 



— 185 — 

sea, and stuck there for ever ! No, I swear it shall never 
be my lot to be a seaman, if I can help it. Let such as 
prefer glory to ease rush into peril, and exhaust their 
strength with fatigues. I am for a quiet life. Upon the 
whole, I think that trade will suit me better than any 
thing else ». 

6. He had scarce made up his mind when he sprang 
from his chair, brushed his coat, buttoned it, put his hat 
on, and sallied forth, looking about him, as he strode 
along the streets, in search of a little shop, that might 
suit his purpose. At length he found a very small one, 
that hit his fancy. It looked very neat. It was almost squa- 
re, being twelve feet long by eleven wide, with a little 
back-shop. This is the very thing I want, said he to him- 
self He entered the adjoining shop, which was occu- 
pied by a barber, a tall, lean, bald-headed man, with a 
shrewd countenance and a prying look, and begged to be 
directed to the owner of the house. 

7. This the barber did not do before he had asked him 
a great many questions, and related to him a few parti- 
culars about the last tenant of the shop, Mr. * Pane, a 
glazier, whose wife kept three cats, because she was 
afraid of mice ; and he added , by the by , that mice were 
swarming there, being allured by the vicinity of a chee- 
semonger's shop. He knew that better than any one, 
because it was ten years since he first came to reside 
there. At length he gave him the landlord Mr. Sulky 's 
address ; and, in conclusion begged leave to assure his 
future young neighbour that his comb and razor were 
always at his service. And when John was about to leave 
him, he detained him to say that, should any body call 



1 ^%^ui XPl'-Jf'U • --ivsAni^ :i 



— 186 -— 

to see the shop, he would deter him from applying io the 
landlord. 

8. As soon as John could get rid of this talkative fel- 
low, he repaired in haste to the house of the landlord, 
which stood in a by-street, not far from thence. He kno- 
cked at the door, which was opened by a maid servant. 

Is Mr. Sulky at home ? » he inquired of her. — « Yes, Sir. 
Please to walk in ». And leading the way through a nar- 
row passage, she came to a parlour door, which she half 
opened; and peeping in, she said : « There is a gentleman 
without, who wants to speak to you, sir ». — « Let him 
come in », said a hoarse rough ^ voice ; and John was accor- 
dingly ushered into the room, where a gruff looking 
old man sat by the fire-side, in his night-cap and slippers. 

9. An infant stood beside him, with a large slice of 
bread and butter in its right hand, and in its left a piece 
of string, with a ball slung to the end of it, for a kitten 
to play with ; while a poodle, that had been gnawing a 
bone, slunk away with it under the sideboard. The old 
gentleman bent an angry look on John, and said with a 
frown : « Well, sir, what do you want ? » The latter, so- 
mewhat startled at this ungentle reception, stammered 
out : « Sir, you have a shop to let? » — «I have indeed, said 
the landlord, smoothing his brow. — « I have just seen it ; 

1 come thence, and I wish to know the terms ». — «0h ! sit 
down, young man, pray, sit down. So then, you wish to 
take it? » — «Yes, sir, if the rent be not too high». — «0h ! 
it is only twenty pounds a year. That's not too high a 
price, is it ? » — « Why, I don 't think 'tis very cheap, said 
John ; however I 'II take it ». 

40. « But then, the first quarter must be paid before- 

1 1% puMtLu juMju gh 4^^A <^ •' 



— 187 — 

hand, as I haye not the pleasure of knowing you)). — 
« Say no more », interrupted John, drawing a five pound 
bank-note from his pocket. Mr. Sulky, seeing him comply 
so readily with his demand, wished he had exacted more. 
He said that he had two nicely furnished rooms to let, in 
the same house, that he could dispose of on moderate 
terms, and he should be glad if he would hire either or 
both. « Neither, at present, said John, but later I trust I 
shall be able to take them. In the mean time, can 't I 
board in your house ? » — « To be sure, you can, answered 
Mr. Sulky. It will cost you forty pounds a year, (that is, 
ten pounds a quarter, or three pounds, six shillings and 
eight pence a month, ) payable monthly in advance ». 

11. « Very well », said John, laying down three sove- 
reings and two crown pieces on the table. The landlord 
counted the money, returned the change, and said : « Will 
you begin to day ? » — « I will. At what o'clock do you di- 
ne? » — « At four o' clock, my dear sir ; and we are so pun- 
ctual, that, the moment the clock strikes, the dinner is 
served up ». — « Very well, I shall come back at five minu- 
tes to four ». — « Do, said the old man, I shall apprise Mrs. * 
Sulky of your coming. We are to have roast beef, a veal 
and ham pie, the remains of a leg of mutton, with potatoes 
and spinage, and a sodden sheep's head. Do you like 
sheep's head? » — « Not very much, returned John, nor 
spinage neither ; but no matter ; I like beef and potatoes, 
so it will make amends. I rejoice to see that ] am not 
likely to starve in your house, if you give me the same 
good fare every day. Good bye, sir ». 

12. John had now eleven pounds, thirteen shillings and 
four pence left, to fit up his shop with. His next step the- 



1 Mrs if'u^iu vrj.4- * 



— 188 — 

refore, on leaving Mr. Sulky, was to lay it out in glasses, 
bottles, tea-pots, milk-pots, sugar-dishes, cups, saucers, 
and other fine earthen ware. These he piled up in a wi- 
de open basket, putting the crockery undermost and the 
glasses uppermost. He then placed the basket at his feet, 
sat down on a stool, thrust his hands into his pockets, and 
leaned his back against the wall, in expectation of custo- 
mers. As he sat in this posture, with his eyes on the basket, 
he fell into a long and entertaining train of thoughts ; 
for the mind of the idle does not always partake of the 
drowsiness of their limbs. 

15. Now, it happened that there was a slit or chink in 
the partition ; and his inquisitive next door neighbour ha- 
ving crept close to the wainscot, and having lent an at- 
tentive ear, overheard John, who did not suspect that he 
was within hearing of any body as he talked to himself 
in the following manner. « This basket of mine cost me a 
little more than eleven pounds, at Brittle, the wholesale 
merchant's. It is all I have on earth. I have no other re- 
source, not even a penny left. But I don't care. I shall 
quickly make twenty pounds of it, by selling it in retail. 
I hope so, and may reasonably expect it. It is impossible 
that it can be otherwise. These twenty pounds will in a 
very little while rise to forty, which of course will amount 
in time to eighty; and, as the larger my capital is, the 
faster it will increase, I do not doubt but eighty pounds 
will make two hundred in a short time. 

14. « As soon as, by this means, I am master of two 
hundred pounds, I shall lay aside my trade of a glassman, 
and turn haberdasher. I shall of course take a larger shop, 
and remove from that cursed barber, who seems to me to 
be the greatest babbler that I ever knew, and who might 
be surnamed the Figaro of London. I shall then no longer 
hear either that tedious fellow, or the peevish and cove- 



— 189 — 

tous Mr. Sulky ; a double pleasure, to get away at once 
from a neighbourhood and a landlord, that are alike dis- 
agreeable ; for I hate as much as I despise gossips and 
misers. I shall now sell needles, pins, thread, cotton, tape, 
thimbles, scissors, gloves, and so forth, until I have got 
cash enough * to become a jeweler, and deal in diamonds, 
pearls, gold and silver trinkets, and precious stones of 
every species ». 

15. «This will make me acquainted with people of 
the highest rank and standing in the world, to attract 
whom I shall have no other articles than valuable and fa- 
shionable ones. When I have thriven thus far, I shall be- 
gin to lead a happy life, and make a noise in the king- 
dom. Every foreign country, from the Baltic to the Me- 
diterranean, will supply my luxury. France, Spain and 
Portugal will furnish me with their wines ; Russia with 
her furs. Nay, ships laden with the treasures of the In- 
dies, will bring me their tributes. I shall be particular 
about my dress ; wear the finest linen : my coat, waist- 
coat and trousers will always be of the nicest cut, and 
after the newest fashion ». 

46. « I shall be careful in the choice of my tailor, boot- 
maker, hatter and hosier ; for I have often heard that peo- 
ple admire the gaudy more than the worthy. He who is 
well dressed is sure to command respect, however ill bred 
he may be, and whatever faults he may have: which is 
lucky ; for we can adorn our persons at less expense than 
our minds. The number of my friends, both male and fe- 
male, will increase with my fortune. The rich, how vicious 
soever they may be, find kind brethren in all those who 
surround them 2 ». 






— 190 — 

17. « I shall not yet stop there ; nor shall I give up my 
trade, so long as there remains any thing to be done. 
When I have got together as much wealth as I can wish 
for, and I have made myself master of at least a hundred 
thousand pounds, I shall make a purchase of the finest 
house I shall be able to find ; with lands and farms, a 
park and an orchard. In short, I shall set myself on the 
fooling of a lord. And who knows but I may become one? 
And then, for many a mile round, whenever any traveler 
inquires : « Whose meadows are these ? » ■— « Lord Loun- 
ger's » will be the answer. « Whose fields are those ? » — 
« Lord Lounger's ». « Whose castle is that ? » — « Lord 
Lounger's », Always « Lord Lounger's! » just like what 
I have read ^ in the story of Puss ^ in boots ». 

18. ((I shall have my apartments fitted up in the daintiest 
manner that fancy can devise. The floors, wainscots, doors, 
windows, shutters and blinds, will be made of precious 
wood, such as mahogany, rose-wood and ebony. The 
hinges, bolts, locks and keys, which are everywhere of 
common iron ^ and brass, will be made of the purest 
polished steel, inlaid with gold. Ivory and marble will be 
lavished on all sides ; and silk, muslin, satin, and velvet, 
skillfully interwoven, will dazzle the eye with the gayest 
colours. Let me not forget the ceilings, which will be 
sky-blue, studded with golden stars, and here and there 
a purple cloud. Methinks I am taking a survey of my 
mansion, as it has just been made ready to receive me. 
Driving in at the gate, and crossing the court-yard, my 
coachman pulls up at a flight of steps ». 



i Ui^Y"*""" F'ti" ^'ib ♦^tf* Ju/lt^huM^S ( UJJU [l^i^ lu/lt^UM^ 



— iOl — 

19. « Before the footman has time to ring the bell, the 
doors are thrown open. I alight from my carriage, and 
enter a hall, with a marble pavement, and adorned with 
pillars and statues. Having slowly ascended ihe staircase, 
leaning on a balustrade beautifully carved, I pause on the 
landing-place, to take breath awhile. Passing through the 
antechamber, I nod to a crowd of lackeys, who, aware of 
my coming, stand on each side of my way, and bow to 
me respeci fully. I might make them bend the knee; but 
this were being rather haughty. I blame a man proud to 
his inferiors. He may awe them into obedience, not into 
love. Now I think of it, shall my livery be blue and silver, 
or scarlet and gold ? That's a material point. — But I 
shall settle that by and by ». 

20. « I come to the dining-room, hung round with ma- 
gnificent tapestry, exhibiting flowers and fruits in glow- 
ing and natural hues. The table, covered with the choi- 
cest meats, and most exquisite wines, provokes hunger 
and thirst. The cloth and napkins are whiter than snow; 
the glasses, saltcellars, pepper-casters, mustard-pot, oil 
and vinegar cruets, and decanters, of the purest crystal ; 
the knives, forks, and spoons, curiously wrought, and the 
plates of glittering china. What a pleasure for me, who 
have so long fed on brown bread, coarse meat, stinking 
fish, and the sour apples that I stole from our neighbour 
Plumlree's orchard, to behold loaves made of the finest 
flours of new ground wheat » ! 

21. «! sit down to breakfast, and though I am both 
hungry and thirsty, yet, for appearance' sake, and in order 
to impress my attendants with a sense of my dignity, I 
check myself, drink very little of that excellent wine, and 
scarcely eat; leaving most of the dishes untouched; for I 
would not have my folks about me believe that I am a 
drunkard or a glutton. After taking this meal, I resume 



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my walk, and enter the drawing-room, which displays a 
splendour that smiles and dazzles the eye, and can only 
he matched hy the supernatural performance of the genii, 
to be read of in fairy tales. I come next to the sleeping 
chamber, the furniture of which is less showy, but not 
less rich. The bedstead is of forcing wood ; the mattres- 
ses are of the softest wool ; the bolster and pillow richly 
heaped with down ; the sheets of cambric, and the blan- 
kets as while as the lambs which bore the fleece that 
made ihem. The floor is covered with so thick a carpet, 
that the heaviest tread cannot be heard. 

22. « On the hearth blazes a crackling wood and caol 
fire, wilh a bronze fender before it. The poker, tongs and 
shovel are of shining metal ; the bellows of satin wood, 
inlaid with mother of pearl ; the chimney-piece is of ala- 
baster. Silver lamps, fed with perfumed oil, shed so soft 
a twilight through the quiet apartment as to enlighten it 
without preventing sleep. My study contains an extensive 
library of books, superbly bound in calf and russian lea- 
ther, which make up a show, but which I shall seldom 
read, save Byron's and Moore s works. On my desk is 
an elegant inkstand, with pens, paper, sealing wax and 
wafers ; none of which will be of any use to me ; for I had 
rather go and dig the ground, or saw wood, or do any 
such drudgery, than study. 1 never could remember what 
the school-master taught us. He always chid me, and said 
I was the worst of his pupils. Indeed I do not think he 
had a worse ». 

23. « Happy was the day when I got clear of him ! 
What I was at that time, I am still. What do I care to 
know whether the czar Peter the Great governed the 
Russians, the Spaniards or the French ? or what profit 
can I derive from being able to tell, by how many leagues 
the moon is distant from the earth ? In fact, what is the use 



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of mathemuiics, optics, pneumatics and all the other scien* 
ces in ics? Nevertheless, I know that in the time of Wil- 
liam the Conqueror people did not travel hy the rail-road, 
or in steara-bouts. I know too that February has not so 
many days as March or April, and I have gathered some- 
how or other superficial information enough to make my 
friends believe thut I am a^ scholar. The learned and the 
ignorant are alike liable to judge from appearances. The 
wise man, who is not to be imposed on, is scarcely ever 
to be met with. 

24. I need hardly say that the upper stories of ray 
house will be furnished in as genteel a style as the rest ; 
and that nothing will equal the comfort of the stables, in 
which the stalls will be incessantly filled with fresh straw, 
and the racks and mangers made of polished walnut, will 
be amply supplied with dry hay, and oals of the very best 
quality. The spacious coach-house will afford room for a 
chariot, a phaeton, a curricle, and a cab. The very kitchen 
will delight the eye with bright rows of pans, kettles, and 
coppers ; and the cellars will be plentifully supplied with 
above fifty casks of wine and beer, besides gin, rum, 
brandy and other liquors. I shall not overlook the meanest 
particulars, whatever they may be. The poultry-yard, for 
instance, will be stored with pigs, cocks and hens, chick- 
ens, turkeys, ducks, drakes, geese and ganders. I was 
going to forget peacocks. I s\\A\ have some ; for I have, as 
it were, a fellow feeling for those birds ». 

25. I shall also take care that the kitchen garden be 
always filled with cabbages, lettuces, carrots, turnips, sor- 
rel, chervil and parsley. Vegetables are very wholesome 
food. However, as onions, leeks, and garlic disgust me, I 
will have none. I will even forbid my gardener to plant 
any. I shall employ the hours between breakfast and din- 
ner in dressing and paying visits ; or, on a fine May mor- 

13 



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ning, in rambling along the winding walks of my garden, 
or across the verdant sward, enameled with daisies, pan- 
sies, and violets, bedewed with watery pearls. And then, 
resting in the shade of some grotto, hewn out of the rock, 
or of some fragrant bower, where the honeysuckle and 
other creeping plants cling to the green lattice, I shall 
breathe the cool breeze gently blowing through the lea- 
ves, and wafling the odours of the rose, the pink, the gil- 
lyflower, and the jessamine. There I shall be lulled by 
the song of the nightingale, the linnet, the redbreast, and 
the thrush, or by the sweet purling of a brook, rippling 
o'er a bed of golden sand. 

26. At other times, I shall go and inspect the labours 
of my tenants. Occasionally I shall cheer by my presence 
the dairy maid, milking the cow, and the shepherd, ten- 
ding his flock, or shearing his sheep, and the husbandman, 
guiding the plough, drawn by fat and lusty oxen, or so- 
wing the corn, or reaping the yellow harvest, and binding 
the sheaves. Sometimes also, mounting my favourite steed, 
a fiery black horse, shod with silver, prancing and swin- 
ging his tail about, (such a one as I saw the day before 
yesterday in Oxford street) I shall ride through my park, 
the peaceful retreat of the shy deer; where the stately 
oak, loaded with acorns, the lofty poplar, the goodly elm, 
the birch, the beech and the lime, clad with the richest 
foliage, vie in every variety of green, and form a grove 
impervious to the beams of the sun. And when the heat 
has subsided, after a long summer's day, in the month of 
June, I shall wander across the new mown meadow, 
slrown with odorous hay. 

27. Also, when the weather is warm, I shall often swim 
and dive. It is universally acknowledged that bathing is 
a useful and wholesome practice, and I remember that 
the good doctor Pill was wont to recommend it to my 



— 195 — 

father. I shall therefore take care to choose my country 
seat on the banks of the Thames, if possible ; if not, I shall 
have a canal, twenty feet in depth, dug through my park. 
And in the month of January, when the fierce north wind, 
fraught with cold, has frozen its surface, I shall betake 
myself to the ice, and either slide, as I did in my boy- 
hood, or skate. This last I shall learn of a Dutchman; 
the Dutch are renowned for being very good skaters. Nor 
shall I neglect any of the sports of the field. Behold me, 
when I go a shooting, with a light, double barreled gun, 
and accompanied by my pointers and setters, bringing 
down the pheasant or partridge, the snipe or the wood- 
cock, as it cleaves the air. In vain it flies ; the swifter lead 
overtakes it. 

28. Or again, seated on my pony, I watch my brace of 
greyhounds, speeding up hill and down dale, or bursting 
through hedges and thickets, in pursuit of the hare and 
the rabbit, that sweep fast along. Or, mounted on my hun- 
ter, behold me, after a hard run, in at the death of the 
stag or the fox. Then, leaving this noisy sport, I shall 
cast the net ; or armed with a fishing-rod, and quietly 
seated either in a boat, in the middle of the river, or on 
the bank of a stream, overshaded with alders or willows, 
] shall catch the spotty trout, the wily salmon, or the 
greedy pike ; for, where there are any of the finny tribe, 
I am sure to get them. To my mind angling is far prefe- 
rable to shooting, because you are spared the sight of 
blood. And yet, is it not enough to rive the heart to see 
a poor harmless creature writhing in the pangs of death? 

29. In all my ramblings, I shall be accompanied by a 
fine Newfoundland dog and a spaniel. I am fond of dogs. 
The dog is the friend of man, a faithful friend, the only 
one that does not desert him. I shall never stay at home, 
to pore on tedious books, or waste my leisure hours in 



~ I9G — 

foolish studies, unless it rains or snows, or, in short, unless 
it is very bad weather. It is proper I should be punctilious 
in the regulation of my time. Accordingly I shall rise, not 
when the cock crows, but at half past nine o'clock in the 
morning ; that is an hour and a half after the time when 
I usually awake. At ten I shall shave myself, for I will 
not adopt that fashion which makes a man look like a he- 
goat ; and when I have washed my face and hands, com- 
bed my hair, and dressed myself, I shall breakfast, at a 
quarter to eleven, on toast and eggs, with tea, coffee, or 
chocolate; then I shall lunch at one, dine at five, sup at 
ten, and go to bed at eleven. 

30. This, I should think, is better, than turning day 
into night, and night into day, as many people do. Yet I 
shall now and then spend a night at a ball, [)rovided it 
be not in July or August ; for I find no pleasure in dan- 
cing in the dog-days, as is the fashion in London. I intend/ 
also to have a stall at the Opera, for every tuesday, thurs- 
day and Saturday, and a private box at Covent-Garden, 
or Drury-Lane theatre on mondays, Wednesdays and fri- 
days; but I shall seldom go to the play. I shall find more 
pleasure in remaining at home of an evening, and playing 
with my acquaintances at various games, such as cards^ 
dice, chess, draughts * or billiards. On Sundays I shall 
receive the different members of my family. Every month 
in the year, nay every day in the week, will be devoted 
to some peculiar amusement : cricket to day, fencing to- 
morrow, tennis the next day, and so on, all diversified ac- 
cording to the season. 

31 . I shall probably spend the winter and a part of the 
spring in town, and the summer and autumn in the coun- 



1 QiMjuiT Lu gk 4^/^ ^ , ftps/fl^u '/r laugh) rougb^ enough. 



— 107 — 

try : or occasionally take a trip to France, as it is so near ; 
it is only one and twenty miles from Dover to Calais. I 
recollect that Sterne says so in his Sentimental Journey. 
Thus shall I enjoy a bachelor's life for some years, before 
I think of matrimony. To marry loo early is imprudent. 
But when I am tired of the single state, I shall ask in 
marriage the beautiful Julia, daughter to Lord Booby, of 
Booby Hall, in Yorkshire. The Boobies are a family than 
which there is not a greater, or a more illustrious either, 
in the kingdom. They have been known from lime imme- 
morial. They are powerful people. It is they who occupy 
the highest posts. The young lady is said to be one of the 
prettiest girls in England; and though she is now scar- 
cely fifteen years old, ( being younger than I by six years ), 
is full of wit and accomplishments. 

52. As five years may glide away before I have rea- 
ched the slate of opulence which I anticipate, she will be 
twenty by that time ; a fit age for a woman to marry at. 
Indeed I had thought for some time of Miss O'Crack- 
skull, the Irish heiress, colonel * Breakbones's wife's sister. 
I do not know which of them is the prettier, but Miss 
Booby is decidedly the more accomplished of the two. Be- 
sides, if what I have heard of Miss O'Crackskull's tem- 
per be true, I might be exposed to be hen-pecked, inas- 
much as that lady is said to be very fiery ; or at least her 
sister is said to be so. I never had a glimpse of Miss Julia ; 
yet she is not unknown to me. I remember having heard 
my aunt say that she is an angel. Now, my aunt knew her 
very well, having been her wet nurse, and having mar- 
ried the man cook. 

35. She is middle-sized, well shaped and graceful. She 



1 ^%^-ut gUptMiLq. fcr'^'tL' 



— 198 -- 
has hazel eyes, a grecian nose, ruddy lips, and teeth like 
two rows of pearls. Her dimpled cheeks glow with a soft 
hlush, and the beautiful locks of her auburn hair flow on 
her swan-like neck down to her shoulders. But I am not 
to be won by a description alone ; and though, to own the 
truth, dreaming when awake is an habitual thing with 
me, yet my imagination will never form a phantom in 
my mind. But the perfections of her mind are slill more 
attractive than ihose of her person. Her universal know- 
ledge too makes her admired as a prodigy. She sings and 
dances very well. She can draw, paint, and embroider; 
speaks french,italian, Spanish and german; is versed in hi- 
story and geography; and besides is skilled in every kind 
of needlework, in which nobody excels her. 

54. She knits and spins as well as any farmer's wife; 
and, to enhance all this, she is as good as she is fair, and 
finds her chief pleasure in the relieving of the poor, who 
bless her as one sent by Providence. Indeed few people 
know how accomplished a maid she is; and albeit the 
saying is that every body has his failings, I believe that 
she has none. As it is reported that the earl, her father, is 
somewhat covetous, and that what he loves most is mo- 
ney, I shall write to him to let him know that I mean to 
accept his daughter without any dowry; nay more, that 
I purpose making him a present of ten thousand pieces of 
gold, on our wedding day ; and, proud as the peer is of his 
nobility, there can be no doubt of his being delighted with, 
and grateful for, so fair a proposal. Indeed I should won- 
der if he were not : but I need not fear it ; he must be so, 
above all if he prove to be so very fond of gold. 

55. Whereupon, without delay, he will come to thank 
me for the honour I do him. As I must not miss the sli- 
ghtest opportunity of showing my grandeur and high bree- 
ding, and proving that I am quite the gentleman, I shall 



— 199 — 

assume an air of protecting familiarity, the moment I am 
apprized of Lord Booby's coming. So, when he is shown 
in, I shall meet him with a smile, shake hands with him, 
and say : How d' ye do, my dear lord ? I hope you are 
well. I am very glad to see you, 'pon my soul. You look 
somewhat tired. Did you come on foot? Pray, be seated. 
Won 't your lordship take some refreshment? Is there any 
thing you like particularly? Do tell me what you would 
like to take ? Do you smoke ? Here, Dick ! Dick ! I say ! 
What a rogue of a servant! Always out of the way when 
he's wanted ! Dick ! bring us some pipes and tobacco and 
some cigars, a bottle of porter, and a jug of October bre- 
wed ale. Now then, let's enjoy half an hour's chat. 

56. It may happen that the young lady will not like 
me at first. But, whether she does or not, she is so sub- 
missive to the will of her father that she cannot repulse 
my addresses ; so that I am sure to marry her. On hearing 
the news of this intended alliance, my friends will come 
and congratulate me. When all is agreed on, and the wed- 
ding day appointed, I shall send for a dress-maker and 
milliner, and bespeak a number of gowns, scarfs, handker- 
chiefs, caps, bonnets, and feathers, sufficient to deck a 
whole army of ladles. I shall also buy two dozens of 
shawls, fifiy pairs of gloves, and innumerable pearls strung 
into necklaces, bracelets and ear-rings. As for the linen, 
stockinos and shoes, I think I had better leave that to the 
care of my mother-in-law. After having sent this wedding 
present, I must pay a visit to my bride elect, in a gilt 
coach and six, with a long train of attendants. 

37. At length the long-wished-for day arrives. I meet 
the family, who are assembled at lord B's *. We repair to 



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— 200 — 

the church, and I am made the happy husband of Lord 
B's daughter. But, still faithful to my views of engravino 
on the minds of my new family a thorough reverence for 
my dignity, I strive to hide my rapture under affected 
coolness. When returned home, my falher-in-law will 
desire me to he sealed at his right hand. This of course 
he cannot fail lo do, if it be only to honour his daughter. 
I shall thi^n produce the len thousand pieces of gold which 
1 promised, and shall give ihem to him. And, before 
he has time lo ihank me, I shall, to his great surprise, 
present him wilh another purse of the same value, with 
some short speech, as : « You are amazed, a'n't * you? You 
see, father-in-law, that if 1 boast of being liberal, I am so 
in reality. I always give more than I promise. 

38. To crown all, I shall order a huoe box to be brouffhl 
in, containing gifis for all ihe members of my new family. 
« Ladies and gentlemen, shall I say, allow your kinsman 
to offer you some slight tokens of his friendship ». I shall 
then give a rich snuff-box to the grandfather, dolls to the 
little sisters, hoops, skipping ropes, tops, kites, and other toys 
to the cousins, nephews and nieces; in short something 
to all the little ones. The servants will not be forgotten ; 
they will receive an ample share of my bounty. When 1 
have brought my bride to my house, I shall lake particu- 
lar care to breed her in a due sense of her duty to me. 
To this end, I shall shut her up in her own apartment, 
pay her a short visit, and talk but litlle to her. 

39. Her women will represent to me that she is stung 
with grief; and they will beseech me wilh tears lo soothe 
her anguish : but I shall cut them short, with some abrupt 
reply, and remain inflexible. Lady Booby will then come 

1 ^^^ut IfXp. i^tnfutMMinuii are nol. 



— 201 — 

wilh her daughter, and, holding her by the hand, will 
place her before me, as I am carelessly lying on my sofa. 
« What brings you here, madam ? » shall I say in a stern 
voice. The daughter, weeping, sobbing, and heaving deep 
sighs, will fling herself at my feet. « My sweet lord, » she 
will say, « I entreat you, for pity's sake, lo tell me the rea- 
son of your avoiding me thus. How have I deserved this 
usage? What would you have me do? » Then will I (that 
she may revere me the more ) draw up my leg, and spurn 
her from me, with my foot, in such a manner that she shall 
fall down several paces from the sofa ». 

40. John was entirely swallowed up in this chimerical 
Aision, and could not forbear performing with his foot 
what he had in his thoughts; so that, unfortunately ki- 
cking his basket of brittle ware, which was the basis of 
all his grnndeur, down fell his glasses at a great distance 
from him into the street, and. with a loud crash, they 
were broken into ten thousand pieces. « Holloa! » cried the 
barber, running out, and bursting into a roar of laughter ^ 
« whose wrecks are these? Lord Lounger's, I'm afraid)). 
Then addressing John, he said : « thou conceited cox- 
comb ! You are rightly served, and I am not sorry for it. 
You hate gossips, you say, and I hate self-suflicient fools. 
And this is the way you would have treated your wife, 
is it ? for I perceive you took your basket to be her. But 
the fault carries the punishment along with it ; and you 
now see, lo your cost, the folly of building castles in 
the air ». 



1 Laug-Aler 4^/^ ttpufl^u jiMtpt/luuiutiMu%[i1b \aagh <^ •• 



— 202 — 

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liutfiitlio l^uiplLnpiua.njli , L pliiujuouni-P Irttth ^qnt-plt i^<riit.tupnt.^ 
Pltul»p , qutn.utPli'lili Puipt^tFujItlii/a qi'fjlt if-n^qlru put ft. utiu ptun. , 
ti% A^'^ ^"fJ^S^*"/ /"tlf^t^pPnt-lSjit^ £hitni.ptt , "Ul l^tS-PC*** 
lt.hp- jti/ttiqnt-utb^ pitili^i , It. ttLutadht-P^it^ ^^Lplt p jutjm ui^ 
hrlrin^t It. uttt^itt qhnjli hplfpnptp utlitf.ittir liutptf-lmJh Putpt^Jitt^ 
'imi.plitJli , nuui nptit-iT ^utjuiap pittpputn-iijlt tlutjlrpni.^»t£uipi^t.^ 
Pkt.%% Ufttt^tu^i^h t npnij^lt. utlpilrpU. uihuqhit ^utilputlj^ afuuipp 
k-pynuntUi tn-qnt-ittan. t ^>utju ^pitt'yttAa.u lUtuBhittpi tLittuu Y/'V''^/. 
It. trpB^lflth-i ttfittpifwp pqtrlt iftupj- tttuftmuwtuq i 

\^ulf uiutfu ohput^itthittt^utti \nt.ititutli^ J^P tJ"fJ'*""b^ 4***_ 
inni-tuitu i^uipJ'lm^^iup%rtttU t; qut^itl^ypuilmiu^itU , ttttit^tttplt.np ^ut__ 
Jtup^dU utt.utbtf.lr[^ liutlittbu . ifh [tli^i^tb ftu^ juijm 4 i '* "^'iP' 
ftlipb puiiuiuliutb P utp^tfittltni-PfiL^i LiLlFut^ qni-qutlil; ^Pk 
t^itttpq. 2k^ if.ftt. ^utt/tttp ufitt^ttt'it^^ b^^ jutjitttlihpmutq ututfu 
ftupuiouili^i-p piun-fta , nuttt l^its'tinbiuit uit-uilit^lrtnq ^ft -^hpiu^ 
Ifttibfi tttliiL 1 : 



i ]» 1/pPni.plit^u tuju ijjlo It. i^did piupn-Jutlttitf^ iQi^it pittjltt.u 
*"<-'*'Vl.» npuiliu L ^ ftuli 'liiufulil^ 'hnput %^at%tM'^nt.Pl,t.'it , Pk, 

'*ih"' ft- ^pp '[i punjnt.iru 4 oJ-utiii^itti£ pittf , ^tu*r 'ii^u^utii Lyp 

-^tup^utliuth L J-^utitiliuA piujfitj , L tlhpP Lit ^utumutmitt^ut'intttf , 
ut%P utpt^Jlttltlri^ 'A 4'*^/ • 



— 206 — 
A MORAL TALE 

1. We are told that the sultan Mahmoud, by his per- 
petual wars abroad, and his tyranny at home, had filled 
the dominions of his forefathers with ruin and desolation, 
and had unpeopled the persian empire. 

2. The vizier of this great monarch affirmed that he 
had learned of a certain dervis to understand the langua- 
ge of birds, as easily as if it were his own ; so that there 
was not a bird that could open his mouth, without being 
understood by him. 

1 • IPAi! ^*& laiiuialruMj^ q^ uni-in.uA y^tw^i/tit-ui ^i.nnJ J*** ^ 
t.l^J-iuliuAt u^utuih^iiuaJop uMnutiupnj , L. [it-p pn^'UMt.nnni-P k uii/fi 
'fi uiu//i , ni^il^n ^itL.qhriu^ ijinlruint-PJttAu jti.nnq 'UuijtiuM^uinq 
iUL-bpuiitn^JU. uiUfitiifiultiti.P'h luila , li. million utbatiiui^ luntuphuif 
Hu^uipu^utliutthi liiMjjunnt-PjitA s 

2 • i\_^^'[A u^up Jhh^ji Piui^ujunnft ^luuuiiuuil^/i nji [i^jfA /i£._ 
ul^n itt.uk lur'n tlpiti nL-uhiili^ tii^ntwyk hilttfbiui qihiint- fo-n-slinq , 
uipiuiliu tf-ftLiiuiL. nnuflfU P I; lufli ijflttfp Jii-n uhuf^tu^ui'lt * u*jli^ 
U£^u qp iMMliq. lip n^Jl' PiU^tfb np l£iuniin piuliiu^ it^'P p^P""' 
lun.iMjllq £p'iik£lH^pi/uiakiU£^'p "itl/ujul^ S 

1 • \^ii[i kPk unt-ifl-utliU l^ut^J)tt.m pf-pnil^ uiliq-nuj^ufuiuitr^ 
fiutqilh^i utntiiutpitj , L. ftitTliUiqiu^i-Phuiif^ '^ ^/kpoitj* £^ku££^J^£t 
nui/ruiiH-pfitSTt liuiliiiMi^utna P*-p"J uit-lrpuiO'ifif^L. Uf iFimji n i-P h ut lip. , 
IjL PuJthni-p qiuqiti-qhuii l^p p pliutqiiuq qPuMif.uil-npili.PpiJlilt 
*\\iunupq : 

2 • X^U^l 'Ihti'l''^ P u/q.un.irppU ilib-p ^tuuiiituut^p* kpl^ I'^iB^' 
nL.uhuJtl;n Vi uil^niWyh iti^uhintl; p Jput utltJint-i qjatiippuilt. Ppn.^ 
^#ig , utjliui^u q.jiL.puti^iijliu^ npu^l^u P^ iihttf^utlfu/lt [it-p ^tikf^ 
puippuin-nj %nq^ili . t^'^'^ 'd' ^p "'-p^.B Plt-^i^i np *fi pu^ltu^^ 
phpiu'biuli uilt^uiuuibk ^ ^fUP '/' '^"^**^k ' 



-> 207 — 

3. We cannot decide whether the minister merely pre- 
tended that he knew that language, or vainly imagined 
that he did*; we can only state, that his assertion was 
generally believed throughout the country ; for the reader 
doubtless knows what credit they give to all that is won- 
derful, in the eastern countries. 

4. As the vizier and the emperor were one duskish 
evening together, in their return from hunting, Mahmoud, 
whose sight was keener than his vizier's, saw two owls 
upon a tree, that grew near a greenish old wall, out of a 
heap of rubbish. 

3 • IP^ liuMnhJa n^ nnnyhi trf^h uiui^nobkutpt tMiiupqtuuf^u 
^luiluMnl^n nn filtpli a.hui^n iluijU ^hqni. , liiuiT ubiuu^uipt^nt-^ 

tuy^iun^t • ou/bnli nil (ji h nannh u/liutiuniul^nju ^putJ^ 'Zf/' '»"'- 
M.u*utu 'itnptu uiuih tuJtibuipiU nn 4° atunJuMlitu^ j §up li.br ^hutb 
ut^iiun^n : 

uft% , ifti-nku/tia n.tuni^'b #"/»«"7/ i \yuM^Jiit.in "("U mhunt.^ 
P^tA l;n untutLiipt jputit q['*-n flhll'l'l^' » ^*'*'^** Irnl^nt-u ^ni-u p 
'U^P'y '^'U ^**"*-'J/ » "P utlCl^n JhnJi 'p JJt l£u/liiu^uMt^njb ^ph 
npttU , tupututpnj J^nj ^tlfU '***-^P'"^"l • 

3» \^Jf_*^^ iJl"*P^'(h uinnt.a.hrihpi; mni^trqa uiut^toltlm utpt 
muiptpuuiliu ^uiifiup^n atuiiXlt n.^tnuMll ^ilih^_ ^hattL.^i , litutT /i?4 
titiiuuiujph- ^u/liJtl^ tlhit tudinii n uihnhutl^ tLniuijbtT* 'PffJ" I'-^P' 
l/iupPpi/L -^tuuuiiuuthi a^ tun. ^uiuutnmi^ uiyjutun^t utJtiliuMpI 
^uii-uimutjp putlt^tqU 'itniitu » qp L. uili^t-^t o-jiiniuli l^ pJ'P'^p^ 
^ni^h ypi; ^umIiU ittpj-iuliui^iut-tuui f^ibruMjpU /^l^ufp ^pu*^ut£fi^ 
jui^lutup^u mpLh^q j 

'I^IPP" P q.utit.7ttu£^ fiuiihii/liq tnnunj , y^uti^Wnt-ut np upiu^ 
l^liujt^njb l^p ou!ti ttpi-p uitu^noJils lupt , Irinbu pnuu hplint-u 'fi 
qb-piitj hrtun.nj JJtitj^ up utTklip dhp3i J"p*f nt.pka JuJi/h.mu{iutu 
lupuiMij^nj liuipl^uMn-uiliiijui utuhptu^utq s 



— 208 — 

5. « Do you see those birds upon ihat iree, which 
grows yonder ?» said the sultan, pointing to one of its 
largest branches. « I do, answered the statesman, though 
I did not see them at first, and probably should not have 
seen them at all, had you not called my attention to them. 

6. « Well, said Mahmoud, perhaps they are talking to 
each-other, and I would fain know what they are saying. 
If 1 mistake not, you pretend that you can understand what 
birds say; since you are so learned, listen to their dis- 
course, and you shall afterwards give me an account of it ». 

O* i4 IV**'''^£ t"^ inhuu/lilrtauijn.nutil£ Pn-<ntAu ^fi ill'r"U 
M>^^^ hruMtunj , nft tuTClf u/liif.utlton ;) . luutua unt./n.utl/it lltuiiittanja 

£^%li-£tiif_^ y» Jp 'ft 'itnnfili dhbruttLiiiU nuutna : (( \^u tun^hiT , 

ufujutiuu^uAlruju unpti mhiniti-P'huiJt , fil^mtiin tru uta.^t/^p n^ 
tnrtuuMbhi tninuiii autn,ut^uilt , L. ^un-uttiutlfutliuiptun tii-ul^n n* 
inlfuhuM^ uhnuiu luin/liLjiii , (^ (d I; ^ ntftti^fio i^iilo n^ l£n^i>lriu^ 
f^iT iiuiiur^pni-P^Jtt^ 'fi 'isnuiu ?? s 

() • C( \^utni^iin , utmua \yiu<tditi.ui , fitrpUu 'ttnpui h'it fuoi$lmfnif^ 
jj^tlriniMq , li. tru P'l^"fjli ^'Uifuj^uiri i^ftuifri vl'^i^ 'l"lE"' ^^> '^"^^ 
ip4-' \jP^ ^** fuittplttT «^, fj-nt-p ^luJuipftp P-i^ i^nt^ qiu^ilf^ 
ftilu/Uui^ ijli'^'f PfLifiL^/p tiiuk'li • nitnt^^frtnli. q.nt-p l^p it^hu^^ii 
ttt-UBUMi, int-vunni^ ttnqiu ptuhlilt , U n.n«j^ thuiiii uiuiypu pliA 
[ib^ ^luJuMn quijIiJltAli 5? s 

5* a ^Iruiuhku nPn-^t^iai^ qutj^nufili '/i 'If'l*'^ btuiuyrf. 
milfiiunJtc-iin luhtLUMlton , UMUt; uni.in.unih , Jiauiliuilift^ ^nt-iitu _ 
lihinif^at/ft It lutpiuiuiuinuthr nuutiiq Itnnut ^^ : — '\\uiunuufuutit^i hm 
tiijfili mhuini-PlTu/lt . »4t\. #" , uihuu/lihiT uintf. , [ti-^uf^ift II ^f* 
ftiP uthuhtu^ t^intiiu ttui it-ut^lilht , It. ftitusL. ['ul^ pir^ili.u ^th uiir^ 
Itifjt hpti an »4'/» huA int-yutniunhuiipi s 

(> • \*^nh Xy'iu^iTnt-ut , i4vp,iu^4; t PIrnLu [latf'it ^til^Uit fitoutu/ffijj 
flJ'f- JJidhtuliu , L hit liiiA fltliliW tf.liinh£_ Pl^ qlt%^iuiiff.lrq^ nfuft^ 
tjk'li lin^iu 'Hi, usu^uiptih ^lutltun^u tf-ni. tuilijt^iti^ ^[iiiihj^ 'CI' 
fil'^ Pn.^t^iJli fuoultqltlj . usiii^ aiu'ttqli '^ujit^tni^i ufj^nik" ["I'"*'.. 
uiniJht^ ku^ uii^ ntfblfb n^fiit fLtstltftu 'imaiu , U. tuu^tu uiut^hu [iltA 
^utJiun inpnq ^nuutniL. 97 ; 



— 209 — 

7. « prince ! said the vizier, thou hast but to command, 
for thou art mighty ! Power and dominion are thine, but thou 
rulest with clemency, and dost outshine the most powerful 
sovereigns ! Be it as thou wilt, thy slave obeys thee. Deign 
only to seat thyself here, and wait till he returns ». 

8. After having spoken thus, the vizier approached the 
tree, which he did very cautiously, and concealing him- 
self behind some bushes, pretended to be very attentive to 
the two owls. When he returned to the spot where the 
sultan was waiting for him, <(Sir, said he, I have heard 
part of their conversation, but dare not tell you what it is ». 

/7Ac_1Sr IrU ^1l\}f* t P-*'tJ3 *t"*~ ^'^f-'^'llfC^" t-P"*-Pp- > ^ tunJttra 

U^^U q.nt- l^ujJJiu , on t^hpjiq. ^uMi^%q.fi ohij^i ^niTClrut^ JpUJjb 
"humni-au^lri qohaiuuut , It. uit(tuulrf_JJt%^ "itiu ij.utn^tuij t'i z 

8 . Qt-ui nt^il!-inil_ luouh-uii tujui^^u , tl^qfipti Jhpih^iUL. p 
b-tdttti/ , qnn 'litu utpuMn tltupjw q^ni.^up.ujp , L b-uMit^lr£nil^ t^i^i 
it^lrin ouAlt Jp Pthna , ^lutflunlTqiui. [l>J'tri_ '&"'/»/' Juiuiq.Jip ^C^ 

Ifp uuituubini^_ iliuuU 'itnnuM , (,i S^/» » tuuuM^ "biu , bu nt^jtiT 
IttuhuM/Jtuub */i ^nqmJfi aitni-quiutnni.ph%l; , u^^^uii/tupJtiu^^i/' 

7 • 11,"4" ilhltl^' * " tyftuijutti JIiumJIi uint.jt , mkp *"P^'y * ftum 
^'UIJ qonni.p-lfu/ltn. * a^ ^utpniirn-f^ptjb Im. uftuint-P^pi-u on hu , 
(3^ttf^ut L. dtuniLmufinnuP^lruuJp. i^u£it.uMilujntru , L lupuitui^iuj^hu 
Uin.iut.tri ^utli u^nonuttLnptu Y» [3^uii^un.nnuia . trij^jpu ^UilQt 
mkiiitulii^, li. hu yilh^ 3ihajiuiduiliuimuip t ^tuT^lrui^ JJtuijIi tf-Ui^ 
q.ui£ilr£_uiuin , tQi'li^ i^ianJiuijg tru urjunl^ s 

8 • Suijunuftl^ p.uinp.uitL.lruti tl^a^plA , ^nt.u£ JhpJis^iut. *fi 
b-uiit. utbt^n ij^ni-^uii^ , h. Piut^nt-qhui^ i^hut [d-»^nj , ^hii^uM^ 
t-npl^n nt^l^li iTuiinni-qiuUh^iJutuii^fip t-p^itqriLJi pni.nau s Q^a*^*^ 
Umiii^ Uiiifui 'fi mt-iil§V nt-ptution uttfuiuk-ui^^ifhiujp %Jiti (d'ui^Ui^ 

i-nfih , uiu^ . « S^C '*'p^"iJ t ij^*-"U f'L t^Ll' P"*''^3 ^fj"* t *yL 

j^tuJuinJtut^ljiir uiuh/ .£^9 qijuAnit^i^ )) t 



-- 210 — 

9. « Why not? said Mahmoud, who reddened with an- 
ger ; for he was the most impatient of monarchs. « We 
are determined however that you shall repeat to us word 
for word every thing they have said. Ought not our sub- 
ject to know that we do not suffer ourself to be trifled 
with ? Speak ! What have you heard ? » 

10. « Sir, said the vizier, thou wast ever kind to thy 
servant, and hadst forbearance with him ; but if thou wert 
displeased with his account, might he not lose thy fa- 
vour ? » — « Do not fear, said Mahmoud with mildness. 
Whatever you may say, I promise you I will be indul- 
gent. Compose yourself, and let me hear you directly » . 

[3-ttiuJp. , Du/liay 'but l;n l^iun^ uA^iuiIp.lrrib P-uJi^tut.nnu*q i (( \^I\P 
trj^ uiu^duMlilruM^^ uuiliutpt o// t^nt-o ^n^li-u2tlB *^tl puin. tun. 
puun. tftudbtttMijlM Z*^"^ ( 9f»/' ) 'itnpiu m^ijus muiuqlriuj^i ^utpinjt nt 
ubp ^ufututui^ a.^uit-£_qp ^^Hb uMnAhJh nf^iuttplmnhf^ aJhq^^ 
Z_ «*J/'^"'"^"'^' \itouhtuq t ^J^^f ni^Jtp q.nLp fnckuj^^ s 

10 • 44 ^hp t luuui^ 'Ik'ltp^ » T-"*- ^'d^P *ftzi" PTt ^"*-*^ 

h^iuiuiujftr^ , It. liu3£Ufp 'bk nn§jtu$Iuini.pftL^t l^'t- ^t/tu • piyj ^Ph 
ff-ni.. ftqtru ut^iuTChuMi pf"l- h'-P u^utindhuP^t^tii , Igutnuiuq^ uui 
n^ l^npnt.uu/lih[a^njltb£bnn^^') : — — i^\y,n^'k^ «^ ^pW'iJ^U '*'"'"3 
\yiu^t/ni.in Diun^nni-P-htuJp s Sj*P t^i- ^ t"^ k^'php. «w^^» 
hu funumutlituiT Jihahu kiil^q 'lihnnniuJJiut s ^utliq.§ujtuthqni.nl^ 

9* \}*. ftlti^l~fi , utul; \yut^t/ht.in ^tuiLiutfUltts-ufj^'p upini/inni.[3-Ir^ 
*ib^% , ^ liuinTCutJfiin l^n %um ^im^i auMdlsltuipt fjitut^utunftu ♦ ri^jui^ 
n-iU^Jiut^npi q.iu£liiut.nnlrautpa^ p.tu% utn. pu/li qnt-nqhu Jt^^ tfjtuiUu 
un^ut X "^tn^t^ut ^qhu n.ni. uiiu^iat^ihuMji^ q^ ujb^uiTiq.m.p<rn£p 
hrli Jh^ pu/lip l^iuutuMl^u/buiq * Wpi- ^ouh-ujq *WP fy'i_ [nt-utjtr^^l r 

^n i^inlruM£j, U. "islmnniiuMjptn Irntrn n.nt. ^i/ai • ujji_ ['jt P"^ "i. 

f^b-tujhu^ftli ?? t — UL"^ |3*<i#4'^*-«" ^tuqapn^P^P- • " ITA b L. 
kpl^^ft , uM^iu lunMimnM-Uh innL.t-uj£_^k-q_, qnp ^"^"^^ uMufijh-ulilr^ 
plruM^ ffi^ft : ^tuttfut ^iu2^tijh-phuiq L uiuiuiJhui [i^iJ ^qjutqitili(i : 



— 211 — 

41. « You must know then, said the vizier, that one of 
these owls has the handsomest son, and the other the most 
lovely daughter in the world, between whom they are 
now upon a treaty of marriage ; because I must tell you 
their children love one-another tenderly ». 

42. « Is it possible? » exclaimed Mahmoud, interrupting 
his minister, and laughing heartily. « And where does 
the daughter live? I should like to see her ». — « She lives 
in one of the darksome grottoes, with which the passes of 
the upland yonder abound, replied the minister gravely, 
but she never goes out without her mother ». 

11* (( ^nt^ ufutntnpp Irh i^Jtmlrf^ usufiu , muubuq iJJ^a^ptM , nn 
tJJtiiiuJjunqftli p.ni-nq ni^Jt aiuJIfliusf^biunti nnn.jw , U. JJit-ub qLuMph 
ujinlrqhiu/ i^ni-uinn tiu^luuMn^li , 'fi lU^P "P"3 "itnput Irli luiJ-d* 'A 
i^^QUMj i/Jinj i^ut^iuti^pnt-PlmMuU lutThL-ulini-PIr • outlia^ hu u^uin 
utftiT iuuh-i<ihq%nquM $IuA^nt^iab utinh'b qltnhiunu utiunJiujbooi'it 

ilb^P uitu^tolihuMjU , U. i^JihrutnlTiniJ_ p.ninnnil_ unutjtt^ t \}*- ni~n 
UMn^il; lun^l^li ^umI^I:-/* trii ^tuJhqtrMMji^h tnhuuttilri ubuM 5? s — » 
(,^\fiu ^husj p JftnLiT ^^ juuML.uMn^'li uMtiJitui-uta , nnni^ tultup [yn.^ 
iiujt^uji.ujn.pu utlin.utiion J'^lfJ'l^ t^l* i ^nl^lthtuq uitu^utoUhuMjb 
h-utltpnt-^huMilp. • puijq %ut Irnp.^^ ( /»< ) hn^utj utntnuMpu uiiuiubq 
p*-n Jon ?) : 

pni-nQU lujjunqfii^ nni^y JJt I; *j^iiunuMa.njh , L. JJti-unjli n.ni~uinn 
ujipyiuii^npt ^uiU t^np jtu^uMn^Jiu i/iupP ts^ t^uiu/lihi_* It. 
outlsap duUilintJtaU upnlsU i^phuMpu uiujnJiu/boa , iftuuh "/"^ ^ 
unpuM i^ui^ uiJhi-ulini-[3-lru/b ^n.l/li pjnu JJiilhu/bu iftuut/ "bnquM 9) t 
12* (( \}i- *^'W/»/^Ag^ utii^J' i^'lthf, if.n<hiua \pui^iJhi-m Jh^ut^ 
diMMjb , fl}*1-'il^2^U^'i—lJP'^"^ uiiu^notilfltb , It. ^Bppl'P fitupAh-iuth-ut^ 
qnt. » It. n*-p nuphp f*^h pUutlint-p-fit^t tuit^Jlutltb , liiuJ^Jt tru ftf',^ 
mlfutublrf^ 1^1 tu Ji s — \jut u^iuutiuufutu'li^ ^qltpti . '' |» fuutuutpfth 
ni-ph^ uijpfi npttil^ £^ lilt utbaa ik itjbiu^niplu/bnn. • utjf%ltt ^^ 



— 212 — 

15. « This is certainly the first time I ever heard of such 
a thing, said the sultan. Do you then pretend to say that the 
daughter of an owl behaves herself so coyly, and that the 
manners of these birds are no less refined than ours ? We 
give portion to our children, and so do they to theirs, I 
suppose. But, go on, added he, I am curious to know more » . 

14. The vizier proceeded: « The father of the son, a 
venerable gray-headed owl, said to the father of the dau- 
ghter, if I understood rightly : « Brother, I do not object to 
this marriage, provided our wives consent to it, and you 

1 3 • 4' Wj" ^ uipq.wptL uin.tMj£li'b J^uiiTniliuiIi hru k npt^o [nutuj 
tuiuufttiih ntfh lil'f , tuutuu unuin-uuiiH : "[^n.l/i^u n.nt-p iiiufiu ^luifiu^ 
pb'l tutihi a[i n-nt-uutn upiil pnt-nj ihunl; ti[i'{t^' luniu/^tt aa.uiU^ 
tnnM-[alrutup , U. op p.uinitjp uijiinan^ 13-n.pinu hli w« lini-UMq 
liupi^§uph-iU£jp Dtutt tlhpali t tP^^ inuiitp oJ-fiinu Jhn nntj.i-n^ , It. 
iujuitfk" tuiuiil/ti *Liipni Jii-plrutliqii , kii iJ»///»^tfA \Xjl_^i'P J"'- 
n.iu2_, lUJt-lr^tiu , Iru hil' ^hinutpli^tli tf.Jitnh/uin.iiiL.lr^^li 

i4 • ^^{J^IPP^' J'titLtuplritiq • C( Z^iujftli nL.auth nil , Jft iiiint±.h-ilt 
^ff[>H**1-lJ^^l'* [int. , intt^p ^onli i^uuttrnli , h P h Iru JiJutqiftj "*-'jf_ 
Hutu[liU • (( \j'l_p-'*'JP t ^** UMitMmjr n< nbn.it.[iJutliuMtutiun u£ilht.u_ 

13 • iiWp^u/pL. ufju utn.tM£liii i/nt-ufq. ^ ap qujjuufpufiu £uhtf 
k-u , tuul; unt.f^q-iM^i'ji • luiifUM nunhtfh uupiuit^u fiifu ^tul/uMpfiu qft 
it. q.ni.utnp pnt.Ji2CutliJi^t tttjliitftiu ii%t^ujul;n i,ujtIbutnnt-Pfttlt 
jutltJiftli pkpjtq^ , L qfi #i£ ttutJ^uti. B^tttli atllrpt/lt juipq.utpnulip 
p^kli lih'liquiap Piu^inau . IftuphhiT qfi Q"p opji^tujlf uk^ oiTpuitti 
uiutiJp npi^t-nu tlhpnq , '^'Ip' As^ ^ ""*" ^'"'*"" ttnt^pnjP : \!^Jl_ 
jtututu9i^iplftu , tuu^ , qJ^itfttif. , qfi l^iupp '^hintutTni.ut htT tf.p_ 
utt-f^ i^liuinutpiuh'lt il : 

14 • Yf- tl^qftp'^i iututr£_tuu(r£_t ^^ ^"i/f «^^''^«"^^'' i "/» 4 p"i- 
Jhh^utpnj lu^Lnp , titn^p fl4"///* q-uttthpit , hPh "^'ll"L ^C HTl' 
^tfiujiMjju . ''24 ftt*^ I t-njpuijp , ^tt^ij.l;tr tiutl_ ^utpuu/bhiujt* , 
tlliiupi tjli L. uji/tit-ttfi'i/p tlhp ^ttMlC It. £,iut.tttlt if.tnijji'l* f^l- '*lft » '*■ 
funmnutliittj^h-u q.nt. ufttt^utmialiutii ^uuilrni^ k*"Ct^L. jpuntj* 
utuutliu lut-h-plrut/unt 



— 215 — 

promise to settle upon your daughter fifty ruined villages 
for her portion ». 

15. « How many did you say? » inquired the father of 
the daughter, in a tone of surprise. — « Fifty, answered the 
other. Do I require too much? ». — Pshaw! you and your 
son undervalue yourselves » replied the former. « How 
modest you are ! Do you forget that we are in Persia, and 
that numberless ruined villages are mine ? » 
A 6. «Instead of fifty, Iwill give my child five hundred if you 
please, in addition to two hundred, which are already hers. 
You might have gone farther, and asked me even for a thou- 
sand;forIcouldgivethem,withoutanydetrimenttomyself»). 

luuhnhuii iULu/bu ijutulf h^n ocriitit ^'i : 

lluMliti JliniJ_iuJjijfit. ijuntirn/lituj: uQ^itncHM , uiuttnuiufuu/tilruja 

JJti-tni * lunJitriP tru fiiliq nhi ^utnjt ^uin "ll s (,<, fKu/ , n.ni~gi 

U. Ahp a^rj-fi Uiti.utuinuiqnt.qtulil^p njihra^ ifnlpihuttj tu n.tuf^lll$ ^ 

i( n ["H*iU ^inJhuui ij.nt.p If a : \^n^i^p i^hlo ifiin-u/Utui, itn Jta 

Irifp '^ f\\uinulftuuuiuili , li. tf[i u/liPjtL. tut-hnhuMitui^iiilip hrii ttiT'il t 

1 6 • ^4 ]^ uitrqp ijt'"'l'3 ^" uitua ^iT nnt^u.niu ^j^tif. ^utnfii.n 

lubq.^ihut£^ifiltt^ Lu t^utuli Jjinj ^luqutnjt • 0cii?/u^ hu lfutnl;p utu*£ 
oumjImu , uMiuiuba pnllE. ifhtuunt. u*U3i^tbu : 

15* Ui^u/itjp lui-u/liu , h^tUftq ^tujn iuii2JlifVtl a>uniliuniltutlp.t 
— li Q^uniA , u£ujaiiM£UpMutit[i hut Jpuiiti . JJt [3-J^ ^uiui [iJ'f [''^t-Pt" 

qtriT^'i s ^uMt.lri^%un.ut2ltiih • tC p.MY*4" » ^««- h. "Pl-l* M" uih^uthut^ 

fuiutn uttLtikpt qA/ra» l£U3nji 4* ^uiilhuuini.P'lin. i \p/i[3-^ iThn-iuqutjo 
(dlf ft ^uj^iiiu ^vui/h , II «^ h'b fiiP ujii^iuiJiup uit-uilip tut-hnhtuiP 5? % 

16 • ^!,^nfuutliiuli jl'ul'l'^^ t uiiua ku itnq.i.nj jtiTni-lP tut-utliu 
<fplii^ ^tu^i^t-n hP-I; ^tMtJpqftp , '^ jutt-h^nt-iuif Ir nl^tr tt^t^nnqli^ ni$ 
Itnftut Jtu'i l/li s '\fiMS initpP- l;p Jtlrq^iutfiup^tul^ lLUp.ittnp.utn.tr/, U. 
pt%rf.filr^ j^'lt^'b tuututiu ^ittqutp . qfi I/mnntihir uiiu/Jthit ttuiflm^ 
uin.utlta ^t-fp utbJih'li uuttiutttltinj tl s 



— 214 — 

17. « My wife's father, he went on to observe, had three 
daughters, and gave each of them four hundred ruhied vil- 
lages; for thousands were then his. He is now grown 
more wealthy than ever; and between ourselves, it is his 
intention soon to give each of them seven or eight hun- 
dred more ». 

18. « God grant a long life to sultan Mahmoud ! Whilst 
he reions over us, we shall never want ruined villages! » 
— « You are right, quoth the father of the son ; but we 
were indifferent to your daughter's fortune; for, though 

hn^u n.iiuih-nu , L. irui ^M.nujpuj%^ii~pnt.tfL 'fi 'hn^utli^ iTV" ^"'« 
phi-n UML-hnkiuiun-uliiu • ouiUijli ^tuqut^ta l^jili jiiijUj-iuiT tinptu s 
'XfUl I; UJjJ-iJr tu7Chqlriuf^iun.iui-frj^7Cnpi ^uUt hpfil^o . L p f^'^li u^p i 
tuju If unpiu n.puiuit-npnt.P'pL.u ifuMii^iunuMl£n mtui pupuiputliipt.^ 
pm-iP ^Iji *bnau^il; troP^i lituW nL.[9- ^lup^i-p Lu jj : 

18 * '' Wautnuiubr ^inp^huq^ hpl^ittjlt lihuuliu unu^u/bpfs 
Tpuf^ifht-uiiuj s ^pKunh ligju [&uMiLiut~npli p ift-pujj ubp , uliP pliuiu 

n^jlint-utnhuant^ juii.lrplriu^UJil.tuliut^ « t U fY"*ip k^ "*-ll"l_t 

utu^ ^tujpli nt-uwhpl$ , pujjq Jkp k"ip tjuitpfui^p ^1/1*1* if-Uinhp^t 
puina.ft • autliu^ Pl^ui^tn Jbp utan.uMutn^ifh 4r "^ *y^'*t^^'i T^i'fu 

17 • |7«- J*"'-^i_ luuhf^* (,i y^hpnjli fi*fnj hpho q.UMilrpn iijtb , 
li. JJiy '^y *p Ifinqu/itlf Irin inptrp^iupfiL.pu lui-u/htuu utt.lrplr^ 
inq • ou/ttq^ hffi' "iinpuM iiiipij-ujir tui-utlio ^luaiMjpiuuniip . It. 
UMjJ-iT AnpiUMi^npt La I; "hut ^'uJi np iuin.iu^i , h. funp^jt %ut 
""^L^/JL. ^** ni-P- ^uippL-p lucu/Ua pt.puipuJh<lit.p nt-i/tp ^Ji ^"^ 
Dtulil; • uiji auMju up np uiubblt.plt a.huituuqq; i 

18 • 4i '^%np^huql; \yiiutnL.uth- trpl^uijii iui.nM.pu uni.fn.u/i» 
\yut^ilhi.ututj » q(i qnp^tuij^ 'tiut (d^iut^uMunpt; 'p ilp'p'y *«/» , n^ 

^lujt. U£uj^iuutuqtr% ^'t ""-"'^f£ utulrptriuiD tl : ii ^a/^ t; 

putitq. , ujuli ^typ JluttllUMltli . uij^ ili% f^*> ilha putU^ i^Anptni._ 
(dlrutli^ H-Urnhpi^ » ou/ftqfi (3-I^ufkut It. iuqa.u£inn^ifh Ubp a^ 
UMpi^i^ f^ijfij_ l^^h npu^^u IMyf- , uwlpujli tpnj L. ilhp Juiiilt 



h'u/li 



uiutp<y utuiuq 



Utuq '1*1 : 



— 2lo — 

our family is not so rich as yours, still one may value one's 
self on one's possessions)). I>f»ii: totohuid r.w // yz\ 

19. They were going on, concludecl* the vizier, priding 
themselves on their condition, and exulting over the de- 
vastation, wich, they pretend, is spreading itself more 
and more every day. But, as you were waiting for me, 
I durst not remain longer; for I thought you might 
grow impatient, and you know how much I fear- to dis- 
please you ». 

20. The story says the sultan was so touched with this 
fable, that he rebuilt the towns and villages, which had 

4h^P"U b^C"3 uuBiuani-iuh-n^ ^t s 

19 • t4*l»'J^"' kh^' frnl3/tM£nif_'p iiypuMj , ^uuiluin-oinlriua tl^^ 
alinb , p.uinJtnuiqnL.quMlih£nil_ ^iliplfu/liu ^Ji lUfpuif ^t-phriub^ if^^ 
"Ziut^JiU , L fuliif.uMiniJ_ '^ ilk-ntut tuchniub-yb , #y»* %npuM ^tuiliu^ 

t-h-t jpt.£iututut/^£.fi MM£t.nt.£t s pitf^^ , ^,uAqp t'"^ ^bf- "'V""'^- 

aq-tuhhuii utfuni- i^uftut- , ^ %tu tlk-ftuM^uAi^ilfut^ qjptuquM^u h. 

19* I?*- un-iufiuthuM^ tlk^cfilt n_p.aib Jti-p UMul^ . aXPp'it^tntu^ 
tfiui-tiii fuout^fili 'linpiu It. tuliJCbuMu^uMbhr f^l^fA tfj^i-fthu/b^ Jhb^nt-^ 
P truth qb , L fubif-ujjfitt nli*l. uiuiUMl^tulimJ^^iilltli*' np puui Itn^ut 
p.iMih^qb , on DUtU aon iiinr^lrut£jb'tut.tu^n • uMjf^lru n^^iudutpitO_ 
^traujj q-hi^h-pk^^ "UL. ^" ' tt^'^lT'L. il^"t it u>H'*'"^'"L *^'^" 
q-nt- ptiJt , L [unp^kb P^ *t"^^ inutiiai^uMu^liu . ^/it- fib^tjib 
if.fiuihu , ivpputj , P-l; ^uAfi hftli^€.ti_ 4 libdt tub^iulCnj ^b*l_ 

20 . b"- 'lk'"J^ uiiuuiJni-P-l$Jb% hfd^k uMjUuihu t^ C^t 4^"!- 
unit ufunuiquti. unt.in.tM»lt1t , ^ «^%£-u/q tfhnuuift'b q^utqut^U ft. qut_ 



— 216 — 

been destroyed ; reduced the taxes, with which the coun- 
try was overburdened; and, from that time forward, con- 
sulted the good of his people. 

nnni^ ut^uiup^h lift itu/ltntupk lubbuti* L. jutpiir d-iui/u^iiulfli; 
iuiit.tu9f funn^lrqiuc qauMntut h*-P1l crnninj^itt-huiini : 

t-iuUu luuhnhui^u , unuuitjhanja i^tun^ti iiruAputp.lrn^ilrus£U '^ 
illrniuj iMt^^tup^jtlt • L. lutpiiT^kinl; U. tun. lUMttfiu ^nt^ fuhuMiTiia 
^ut^ui^ fuuponni-PhuiU srnqni^^nq : 






— 217 — 

iiMirnhii'bm. pvjhhs &^ ibsnhh 

Pku/lt i^nj^' liu/ltfuujftuM'ltlrinil^ ^Jt Jni-utu ij.pn^u , lu^iu 'ft HUP^ 
[9-ni.[d-lru/bu jumjuiT JJitup^lri/a qnp iu%if.lilt [unuuiiu^uj^ . "U" 4" 
anuautlit:/ q^uMaJhi-Pfit^i ^h^t-ft %njtu , L OfiftlfjuJ^qp /'^'^ p 
lutiin utithi qutni/utuiu %nnltb L. iillihnuiiupiMftiuii^nfun*.[flp»ritu , 
nnntl^ 'l-'*'P"*-R ^ f-u^pu ^lu^ifd Iruiiji. jutjti^tuphut^ jiujJ-JhutliU 
h^tuu iflilCut/f ui%ifinifinfut-£li * qnp L 'ft fuhiiuirutni-fd-^ti^ ni-uui^ 
utMihutali n*iuu2iiu^ It. utlioif.nt.in ^luutunhiJh : 

{*uut ^niini-tlu L. jtulnLi^tuliuilijtli l/lt fLutn.a Wpt/tutnut^iuJ^ , 
fKtunq^ ft. \*J^ ittbqa • t>nntl_ f/»«.M«*A^/ u/t/if. qutn-iu^li^uu , It 
'fi dftut utnhini-i tijiutttnliu *l}^p9^if^1- t JutpPft uutliutL. utpJui^ 
uitul£ujb putn-ftL^ in^nifuti^njliu J°PP^'^1_ ^ P Hlf'P '"pllutlih^ 
put/in.u It. ittbru/ttqu : Wpt u* *-"*!' f-f^u^f^P tiiupt t^ttttiiUiti , u. 
lautut onhliuil^qp iHinunll qni-qani-p lulpiknlt. 1 : 

<I|a//*£f IpuiT tunilttiututliutli ittujtii piun-o , np n^i^uj^ptt ^u^l_ 
piun.Jiq a.utlrfjtq itu%^£[iuj^iuM piupputn. , [a^ui^tn L. J"^t_ l*^. 
ant^U* inpulf uHi if.ip ui l^ittltit tutn.u/p a.utt, ^lui/tupnopit u. Iinpph 
putpif-o JJiuJlT utbu/iiqo , tjnp opj/ltutif JMail ''•♦♦f'f » ^"^P **••••• t 

Wreck Vt.^-"*-^ . Thunder -f-i,.-*.^ , Fool -«»•'»• , Fire 4— f , 
Work f -ri- . Bolt H«»« , -L-* . ^^' ' 

p^ufpq.p utu^% np jt-plinuq lituiT 'Ji puttjuutT pujitjij J**t^***LP^ 
'A '^ putn. ^utiltuplru^filt • qnp opfilbtu^ FlTCWOrk 4j.t».p»i*.t«««f» , 

Shipmao 'i-m^m^^l, , Workman f -fy-.ta-f -. 

\^iuiMfpup puun^ ptuant-iT hit J"!^ itttb^^iuliittlt ghuni-p , 
npnil CfUtduin.ounutLiijlt Itu J^ otttU tipu*tini..J' piupputn.u ^ It. n 
%i^ajputq.^pu ilutn. it. fujtqutlu It. %ppJtJutum • tlji^^ q^ i^piitu^itt^ 



] Wju ""75^ ItpPnt-P-iruA apuin.fiq oifutut^utputi^tipi Lu 
Pnt-baitti. tltq, DUtli q^utt-utpnt-tth ^utplt.np putn.pq nuin%jtt.pnq , 
npufJ^u unilnpnt.ppiA l^ i^utpa.h-t i/^hm ahputl^ittltiua : 



— 2ia — 

ts * ?/' 7f^' PTt p-***'^ "iinn^i ^lunlf 'ft 'It'nujj /(umj jn£niftuif.npb 

puMn.^1.^ 'ft jtyui iuirh£_. qn^t opft%utti q^utpij-q. Ail-shaking 

thunder mSyUtn-mumU ••£• Mt^Mk.:^ , 'ft tftpulliliiuliutbftb ^utpli ^ uiuhi 

le tonnerre qui ihranle tout. My weakhearled enemies P"^««. 
J}.f ^S ^^mu^^^.^, . '^ ^puM%l(i . mes ennemis sans coeur et sans 

courage, QunuiT npu/i^u L. '^ ptut^i.Ju u/li^uMiIbJuMut tun.ust.lr^ 
Illt-Phiujp. t^hnuMaiulial^ ^tujk pl^li p.uipfiuin.U i 

Wbrmuq^ l^uMoupli iuML.h iittudp. dtutfh^uni t^iuiT juiita.fi 'A 

ulifiijjii' liiuiT Y* 4Pp2^ P'""'l'3 * ire °i*t^*"i Man •'•"("f , —jf , 
Manhood /-.fT-J— P-J.^^ , ^f-^p-^-t . Bishop V-t^"i— i— . Bishop- 
rick v-ihi-T"- p■^-'»• k"'^' p-y v-ii-i-i-4 •- 

y^ • X^^pJiumitil^u/it fiuinup tuitq-flmtqi-nj p.uinpiun.nj Jhh-uiL. 
ifluutuJp. tuilin^—uutauntilili utn.hitf^h'li , L. q-ntrui Ph ^"ZfiA'/fifi 
dftuijit l^iui^Jfi ^hijriL. ^njffiV utlil^tuponi UJjjjtq Ir^iuilhuui p.tun.ftq s 

Q ^ utltt^in—uuM0Uitlili 4 »p jfiuql^tuiuli ^jLuin-u 'bnqj^ ^Jt ih-n^i 
J^'h-PM f*- P'iit.utl£ujlt uiO' uiliiulttuq , p'*'^ P pu*n.nqu SeCOnci /m. 
TnilllOn, '[> ^hJiulil; l/tt L. i^hputlini-utlia h. piyp otru/ltr^ujifp , U. 
a.na.qUii uiJhlitujti ptuit-o l£uinli.nna It. tMtliihnihnptbipo • p-***^ p 
tliu^putjpq hlt^L. h Atupitupt^nL-ld-K tuliq i 

Dh tu^ut ^Jt ^i9h/iu'ltq- JlttMtlttLtutT aiu^ pl$f^ uipht^pu , tiih^ 
utiflihila qli tuhni-ttibp t;tu^iti^ h uttictuntit^ ifituarlrtui hli ttMtlt^ 

^fltutl^ui'h piuppiun. . ttpm^u lifV'J'«*i''» sun L i»^>t\iu moon b. 
—fH* stars , Vri^f earth L^-^sea, i->^f /ire L £^— j- water L 
f -<;<». wood^ cf day , fftJrr night, VoP''''V«*J weeh, ^-^^ year L 
r-f age. — Wj3 ^l T"*!**"*? fields L J'-ff-j meadows, mhu 

%^e^» flocks np^ tu'bq.k'lt -j.-.^^'U to graZC L .{A-^-t swain np 

-i-«4t to keep i^nuiu. mhu tM^ip k t^i^\'u ploughman L t^y-i. 
reaper . 

^lujtfiuq It. plu^ on SutfJl/U OOuY y lu^iu tlaiunulip unptu , 

<j.i«w|«i head, *^ij. eyes L m\ml^i. ears L •^jr* cheeks, f-):^^^ 
mouth L \^m\ chin L -t.«j.«.l«3 neck , J— r^^ breast, jV»-f hands 
L Sm^mJUj, Jingers, -f— ^f legs, <"r* feet, 'unpitiiku L •t.fV«»«»«* clo- 
thes L ^lI— ri hat L ^m^S»^Tim\. gown L f— ri*^;* stockings, 

Ishi , uitDuitupt iMMliiLin—uiuounU I; x 

IP/Ti-w Yf ^mJU house 'itnjtu , inhu qjpiuptfptuuin uin^ifh •j,««»jfT' , 



— 219 -— 

nj^j.'u t- t-rr!"* husband , w//e, and children ^ujiisp liu;Biufi,o^ 
jput^hiuiu -J.f-; , im^^\»^Sm^^\;Ju L. ^«fA-5 love, friendship and 

kindness, utbu-in—uut^unlili k "P ilhputlin^ qy-npnilutliu/i, lu^ 

%ni.,n%u i.mjp father , J-jf mother, VrF-^jr brother fi. +-^r sister. 
L qif-hijlrjltlfli tfUMpi p.uiyut^.uiii^u(^l%i^i Homc , sweel home! 

\, ^— pU».— trade X^'tib*" f'*'V-?t ^ ^-i'-.-V-rV wi7/ iwj 
and sell ^x H"^^-* ^ t^T ^"i. hy land and sea, u/tj^iupom 

will lend or borrow i-J'-J-f willingly ; ^ Cm^m^u j^^-^mj^ to 
trust A. -•I'j^^ himself^ Jtcj-.— f^t neighbour ^ L ^u/itqli :^mr>f>44^ 
k shilful L \X.^S^^^f careful, iliuuli npy L jmim^^^^, 'J. {-.^-zi'.^i^ 
will thrive at last . 

\\j£_ I^Rk -••t-^-^-P-^-w freedom H^m>*iimuij\, to threat, np^ 
«/4" •''•«'f•f^i warriour -.*.i.-.-j— ^o toAe ♦^'♦"'— Vr JWo/'c? ^c^ ^ 
^mu^^f shield, ^— LV•I^ ^ovv ^ -ttV**- arrow*. A. ^^•t»^^ -ycf out 
7» ^-t <^^^^ ^V— ^'*''>' lord, \-S^}X earl i^ujiT «.j.+-.;f.t king, q-^^ 
«//K/</^4 4«j.^^tt{_^o j^riAe qlit-p p-^-.4'** his foe, j-^-lP-Vl^o ot^er- 
coTwe it«"«/* Jt— •-"'•Vl ^0 ^'^ ^'- ft" i}:irL fighting. 

\XjL T "f""^ ^^ home lii.pnt.ir L jnpJ^uMiT f -p^f business 
"iinpui tVrV"rVi' i-J*-* wiZ/ give leave, x^ttf-in-uui^unVii liuMpk — , 
j.^l^.^jLv-.J'p merrily .^'i's— 5-'«-Vl tj'-r ^""'*^-i j/>e«c? ^i* ^ime. 

(J« ei^^M iiftupuii^kujjt ui'lt^c^ ■JC'^Vl ^0 drink It. ,1--' ftL 'o 

young and elderly men trt^f •"jVL-i'^VrF-f" walking ti,u,r m^^ 
•»•- *'-ilL-L jVff-L-T riJmg, -f--*!,-^ j— JT. fisKing k»*J' -r— L-i 
•tJtrt" hunting ^i.utp7Cutujp* s |»«4 •»•^i^"^^ /ac?j ir*-:?. I'^r 
-'•^V-•L'^ r"'>'Vr-5 !"-f": vvith her daughters about her -t'^r'*- 
•«tV-J^ wi/Z fee fea*7 «*.»«wp-.i.Vi.^"'^"' teaching ctp-V-^-'-L^o /'eac?, 
f r^L^o wriie, Vff Vl^o •^^'^g'j ^ -^r-<— .f^-Vi^o draw* Jb S»m,mm^yi 
forgotten L. -M^tf-r^* needle-work , npn^ f •^JLV"?^^ to shine 
ju^^ -•i}^f(^}' world. .«u^'-'.._» 

l^^'" 'A inu^uit-uiinnn opftliuMlfhn. iiilruu/b^ utJbiiiujIi no qfi 
$ub a-in—uuijauitltti 4/'*^ ^ itHj ^^ lu l£iub £t-qnLp , Al jfU/uiui%t/^uf% 
qiiiijqu a.nhit» Ph ont-ui J^ tut/httLpu • /'M^ 'p putp^putq.njlt nl^u 
fuuin^i it-^ufi/ht-in piutt-pa p jniSliiu^ , p ^nuipliuiq U. 'jt JtptMtli^ 
il"tn : Wf^'b 'b l/"*/*" ^"iJ Pk ^f^p qsuplinp jtqlf ni-unt.ilh iup_ 
duMuituliutliiita . o^ nuuhuMik-pl^irppi-p piun.ii J*'fJ**naftlf* tfiupP-Itu 



— 220 — 

"httf^ "*n^'^l_ ^oiitr^tj Jiuju p.utnp.tun. , ni^p kni^nt. '^tuaiiinnifo 
t-^MifutpJii [it*^ «■£_ ([lupiuuqlru jon.utt.nnhi piuU x 



f\ « ^lupif. i^njiulfutiip ouin.iuufutinfif£ i/iuttP^% piuittttiLnfii W 
p * h J[i'^ m^ tul^utb^ U. p. tM.njutl^itili^ » 

i^UMulf • onhliiulfo UMUtuabinaU • 



Housemaid «.^«.J«|,1 ( ^mi 
Blacksmilh t•'*^F^''• ("V*-*- 
Turupit v^h'^v^rd'' 



Inside 



'Vr^''* 



Horseman -.jf — jj. , -.», 
Greenhouse ^^SJUm^ (r— ^ 
Breakfast "i.-.J—.a'-.^ ( ft. 
Oversight {J-f.^.^V-t,"'-?']' = 



pkUfpn. utit iul^iuua h-n.U£U£uiuip^ piuiiui n.phu • utiupltph 4' • 
is • IrplfnL. tui^iiil^iuliqa ( tl"l"^3 hplfpnpii!h i/uMp[3-p //»*»«■# 

tulialruii n.L-ppujj y • 

p • '^ '^'U t^njuilfiuU^ L. jiith-utl^iulili • 

^ • '^ 'V"!/ uih umI^uiUI; ^litlli^hnji 'liiuptnlipUMq ifutl^tf^UMi/pt . 

opfiiiiu^u tuumiih^au • 

Allwise mJ]Xmi^\.^ , -A:"^, Lighlhearled v— *f P■*••^f•»• ♦ 

J.;—,. 1 . 

Warlike -t-<rVf'^l/-«»Vr • Headstrong -,t^*.^u.-|- . 

Uukiml «».»4«2i'"j . Beloved ••^rt5V•*L• 

Qiui-/tr0nLp ujpn. oppbail^u pJt*unifnptui^ujH ptupiLni-P-hatliq , 

Ale, 'J'-'rVi— r » House, r—''* I Alehouse, A-»^— P- f«^fV» 

Awe, Vrlf-r. Full, ij. » Awful, Vril-r*Lt • 



1 Qufjui/* Jiu^ptMtjtum^u utiLtftp ^ t>sy^ 



— 22t — 

Bare, f-J , ^rr » Foot, -r"** , Barefoot, F«J-.».t . 

Bed , ^^^'1}''^ , Chamber, hV. Bedchamber , •.V'V'^t ««»••» 

Bird, P-^^.^t , Seller, ^T^mm.m^, Birdseller, [L*.j}.«4.{-.i'-.*, . 

Book, /-.^V-'i' , Seller, {.-zi*-.— t. Bookseller, f fi-^-.i'-.-. . 

Carl , ^-.-+ , Way , -^^f , Cartway , -^xf l-*.*? . 

Church, ViVrVrf, Warden, -t-^"*- Churchwarden , t.—"-f«-f 

Clock 5 ^-•J'-'3-^5 , Maker, f-f^-1., Clock maker, ^-.J'-f-f> . 



Count, 4-.^^-, 


Book , 4.Jt+ , 


Count-book, 4-»i-toVff p+ ^ 


God , -.-if.-*.-^ , 


Father, 4-.;r, 


Godfather, J1«f««*4«»jf.. 


Duck, F-.-I-. 


Hunting, -r- , 


Duck-hunting, -^-F'^T^?• 


Eje,^t. 


Witness , {Ji'^j , 


Eye-witness , -.J-.t.^.^V" 


Fish,j-.Jt. 


Hook , ii--.tj , 


Fish-hook, ^-.(.p. jj-t . 


Fire, 4— f, 


Armes, ^V'•* . 


Firearms , Aj-^V^^ • 


Foot , -f.^ , 


Man, /-rf , 


Footman , 4Vr'--'i t^- 




■s^^, ^^-^f 


^— f • 


Law, fffV^*. 


Giter, r-w«^, 


Lawgiver, ofV^'-r^r • 


Light , LV- . 


House , t^oJi , 


Lighthouse , f ^f-« , (t."-^ 


,- 




MWlfOtol* • 



ne-culting, fi*fw#4-.t» * 

fKu/nq. putjo J[iiulfft L.k[3- puiiiiuq.ph^i , tuiuji^ipb J^nJ t/tuL 
p.utjftc ^luiT J^nil_ %iu^uii^pni.piTinJ^ L. Jfinil_ ftuiifit. • qnn onti%iuL 

To undergo, JcVl ( '^ ^Vr<t«; To understand, fX».^-.i. ( 'J. 

— overburden, FV«*'»'<««-rVL — overflow, •lVv-'-Jl* 

CMVr-jF— "J-l) 

— foretell, i-.n.l-.j-.ji.VL (;-. — forego, Af.^.a-fVL ( '^ F-y 






— SS22 — 

i^n/u^^i 1 » L t^t t/luu%lil/,pu utjun^Jili up , down , in , out, off, 
on , away, over L forth . 

'^ '/»^ ilutiT p.utp^niuliuM^nj l^uutT ni-iuih^rtf II liuili t^i h ^tj • ^^» 

tuuputn.uiMt/ *punLuth'ffq , nuiiiia-/ quMtil^kiui Ith^l^iutr a^ii9triui , 
Ifiuailht q7Cuil£iuui putbiul^jt tnusinhniuailhiiiiuu • liiuW nJih'uijh 

iMiuinj , ilutli^u/lt A 'yuiuuMlpt uiT\hinj , n.jiaiulilriiij uni.(d nq , ^"*^ 
"-""llllf Pi^*-"^ I iTiuniLnt n </»'/> hiu^lriry , guuuihiiutq ^puifi 9^. 

Lu L. tnuij ati^uiltuMl^ni.J<ilti^ l^tumutnh^inj U. tut^utnuttrfnj . iinn 

To get, ^mch L^l•VL. To get up (i•f^^L'^ lv^^l i-^- ? 

— grow, -zTtL, — grow up ( «.j^Vl F-rJf-^-- 

— Stir, t-r3-VL, — stir up (irrHL J-'i-f^Vt 3'- 

— take, -.«-^— I., — take up (-.•.!.-.- j_ U ^tVi. 'y. 

— come, fH.t., — come up ( f -1. 'J, 4,Vf ) Vlt- 

— fill, L^-i.» —fill up (0— L 4^L> IVf) 

Down f^iq-^tu^turLtul^u lutuiu^^tnjb^ '""'J tfli^iuliiulini.(9lti^i 
^luitni-Phu/lt . i^/Y» opl^ujli qutlt I^um"!) h i tpts V' 9-^*"/'^'' » liu'iT 
qli'^ifJi II niuind-ni-ttii ji^utlilriiij 'Ji fiinliiun^ nnuf^u iiiunn.nj , ft. 

out l^'l- piy np^ 'b^ubuMlih'lt fitliq-phf^L a^utiu'hlrf_, qnn on^iutli 

To find out <}.^*^tL = 



— 225 — 

qt-alrnutu 'p 'll'Ut' * "["H^" uMphtf.tu^uj% Jutuiblsi_^ L. 'biuL.nu tun. 

To plaj, r^%L* To plaj down ( ^'''Vl'MW **^ ) 

— come, ^*t,» — comedown ( f •^l '^ ii^^r) 

.Vt\-^-» . -^ i^.v f £.••'• Vl • -* *ij» '^ -^^^^ 

— take 9 mmXm^^^ — lake down (•*•*•''•"*•L'^ 'tir.'f) 

— beat, A.»«rJ«AVL. — beat down ( A-^rJ-tV;. 'J. 

•l-'Jr)i.riVL. 

— go, %:^^L, — go down ( VrP■«♦L'^ -tr^f) 

To come, f^L. To come in (fi^L'f ) '''"f»'«''**VL» 

— shut, f-lVL. — shut in (f-.JVL'^) f^K* 

— call, l-tJbL. — call in (i"tjbL*^^Vf♦") ♦''-^^ 

— beat, 4«.rJWUVL. — beat in (4-.f.J-.tVL'^ ^Vr+-) 

ututpu f £^ulrtiuntntMjpnj *p putap • 9'Y' oppuuj^ 

' 'i* 

To come, f«*L» To come out (f*i. ^fffii^^fM ) V^ ' '*' 

— shut, i'»tt\\;i, — shut out (f'«'iVL TT'^i'v) 

■l^'^'IrL '^ rr •*•'•'? • 

pull , J-f 1>L. pull out ( ♦-•ri>L -♦f «»•«•*- ) 

— Step , lAP-i^liHL, step out ( jAP-t^lttwi, mp^mfm ) 

O^ utiuj q^JIuumu piuJ-uttiJuA , ^hn.un.nnnt.ld-htu% , L /^q.^ 



— 224 — 

To cut, 4-..^-.tlrL. To cut off ( A-^t-^L 'J- F-5 ) 

— go, VrP--.L. — go off F-.a--.tH» J^Hl- 

— keep, -t-AVL. -"i-Vl, — keep off ( 4V.^J -'•Vl) -tf. 

Awoy jiut-kint. 'ft %^u/i£UJ^nt.p[ii.% p.utj[iii uMjIiuiJtuJi ^t-iLiu^ 

To go, VrP—Li To go awaj, VfP— l '!• F"*: *•'•: 

— run, j.tp'i».t#«iL, — run away, 1-"-hVi.*^ F«*3« 

— take, twif-t-t.^, — . laKeawaj, •..n-'w-fc.j^U '^ p-.j 

Forth lutu/r^nc ^t^tubiulini-Pltt^ Irjuflihmj '[i %hnoni.uut 
uinmuupu • iWP onJtlsuMli 



a — - 
Togo, VfP'-'Li To go forth ( ft-i.'f. iVr*— "-^ 

— set, t^Vl. — set forth ( -^'J.Vl -•ff«*» ) 'F . 

— bring, f'^'VLf — bring forth, ^t^xtf 

Over ijn.npb^nijnu[9^liA pLUijft'lt qni-qu/lilf £^%lrf^ 'fi iltnutj , 

To be, lF'^'Vli To be ovej" ( lF'^'Vl i-f -f V«l ) 

— go, VfP-L. — go over ('F Jf-j ^-'^rV :4— > 






Priest, 
Lord, 
Bishop , 
King, 
Slave , 
Musick , 
Person , 
Good , 
Cruel, 






Priesthood , ^mt,J\>»jmJ^^Ji, , 
Lordship, ^^^m^JL^Ji . 
BIshoprick , ^t»ilH\m^»Hm^JL^Ju, 



To appear , Vc'^Vl 
To banish , •^•li— fVl 
To bury, P-^VL• 



Kingdom , 
Slavery , 
Musician , 
Personage , 
Goodness , 
Cruelty , 






Appearance , Vf^-"-^ • 
Banishment, mi.Hmpm^A 



Burial , 



J^ttimmmmTU . 






Yellow, 

Joy, 

Man, 

Child, 

Wood, 






Yellowish , 


TVih-r^- 


Joyful, 


-f-l. . 


Manly , 


-.f.».J,*'u,.«f«.. («/6-). 


Childish, 


/-.l|-.i-.l . 


Wooden, 


f-^rVi.V'' . 



To prefer, im-m^mju 4»,X«.fVL« Preferable , ^-..--.f «;1. 4.*«/»*fVLi' • 



Salt, 


•*r» 


Work, 


^-fi-- 


Light, 


d-yp-i-* 


Better , 


im^m^mjil 


Water, 


i-r- 


Accent, 


iVi^. 


Warm, 


iVf/. 


Less, 


%.^^^. 



To salt , 

— work, 

— lighten, 

— better , 

— water, 

— accent, 

— warm, 

— lessen y 






15 



— 226 — 



Slow, 


M. 


Slowlj , 


T^^r-r-^iV' 


Willing, 


\'-Jh^"L* 


Willingly, 


\^U\.: . 


Open, 


F-j. 


Openly, 


j-.;^1..#,^V- • 



f\piMf^u mhuutlib *^ tiypnji^ptriuf_^opJtliiul^ui^ , p.uin. lihfuMn. 'A 
t^bh-i tubru/lialiui£^ ipni^nfuni-Hh l^iuiT iuML.lrint.ifL h^'* tuit^int. *A 
4^P2^ » ^ "U" J*"^^*^* iyi^t.u . nnufl^u '^ ^ujjnt-t/u Sjlm^t , 

SmU\m>.f)■l,J^^ , chUcl , ckUdkood . lupf. ^uiuk^ihtu^ qiu/Tt lin^u_ 

^lua , nn i^nfuu/jiiu^ p i^^£ii7/ tfi n i^ njulr fjij U. §UMi.hijjij , f«"^ 
n.uj9nj l^'P lUit-h^nuuMbu » 1"p op^iuil^ ^»>Uo^ , <»!\>^m^o^ , 

known , unknown . L ij^iju Lujtui.hini.uMif ^nj^Jg jtuntju«ujitjh.n 

itiuultjt^ s X^pi- uMjfTiT fuouhu^nco oDnau/b^ , u^uuMlth/ni^^ %umIu 
*p jhmlinau s 

A *»'*' t 'f » J . thx • iri* o('b^'*"i Side ^-•^1^ , aside •«♦•• '^ 
\mi^ ^uMiT 'J. i-iZ-.i.tf . sleep ♦"»-t, asleep 'J. ■^--I' . bed •«'>'J»^ 
•lJ"^ f abed j'-'^\i'ti^^ t—-^uM».lr£ni. L*Ji p-uMju l*f>^% "Ui_ *t"t3^" 

yyiu'llh pliUML. quia-ut^ln* 'ii^uMbuMl£ni.(3li€^t %nauM . tl"P oh^mumIi 

to amount (to mount) Vl**'''Vl» '^'^th^'**^.' 

A.d. iTutiib^li lUim^iuMliuilM ^nu^u/li^ qJil^uinuifh , a^u^un-nnnu^ 
(3-pi^i liutiT qJlinJiun.npni-PJit%* Oirn onfilliuj^ adjoining sHop , 
Jtfj<wJ««'J 4-«t»toP. ( JJ-J ) : S""«-^ d i^n[ult unilnpujfiUMp Jtujb ^[ip 
nnnil_ u^uuj%[i putn^t l£qnpi^huMj^ l^'t ^'^^ • ITP oppUuMi^ lo af- 
firm , to attend 5 i[inl„uM'huM^ tV^lS}J ^^ adfirm, to adtend. 

Ante^ antl uMn.ui2l^'l'^luAuMl(h j»«»*"»«*£_, «/» '/» ^UMjm-Jh puM_ 
auiiMipJt JuMi^M^uMiIpu 1««mJh«m • • Jtuli hpl^pnptj^ CitH\mmmm\ , p ^umj 

4<m{«m . qnp opltiiuMli antechamber 'Um\>mJ\^\.m\ , antecessor 1m^^ 
l}'l}--<S , antediluvian l.*|»..«.£^f4VrV^V-1» , antemeridian 'i'm^m^ 
J^^ef^m\mU . antichrist 4««|««f rJ'-^f — ^uMtT <fVr«*f r^"•♦•"••• antipathy 
£,m\m\pn^lil,Ju ^uMiT m^m\^'^^>.1}-\Ju , antipodes 4-i".f.l'V-*jf . '^'^ - 

Jie iutn.utPtuq.plruM£^ q.njiu^uMU ^umiT uMh'uM^utlM uMhni-tub^ 
^nph-k illinuuM piyu • qnp opl^uili fool i\^^^ , tO befool ^I'«''^rV_ 

5i..5.#»ttL* friend FtVI«««»^» to befriend 5— 5»»1»Vl i-tf k*"'^ CL- 
^mf^\mSm^^^JU , dew 5«<i,, to bedew jeiJrL* — Be juMi^hik^uMi^ '^ 



— 227 — 

^q^ pty t tunAk fhaulA 'Utrpif.npb-uilitu'Uu • qnfi oftjtisui^ lO 

come ^»^S , to become tf'^'VL* T!"*rVL* to lie -fiVLi to belie JVt.^ 

advantage «f »*..». , ^-4 , disadvantage ^««« , f;^ . to please 

^m:^^j lJ''»'VLt to displease -.lA-.zi'-j Lt'^'Vu' 

ifitnujtlt piuju * qnp opltiituli light L".?" t tO enligfat L-«-mH*-»»j.VL • 

list j—j-i, to enlist frVL'^ ^"-?•^l^ • title fjr l«- • to entitle 
op\ibtuli bidden 4f«<*if-.jV««L» forbidden -•f f Vtt-'L * 

FoVe unt.quMl$l; qhn^tqnujd-pt^i J-utJiultiu^ft ^utiP uiltiiunj U. 
UMbilfli . *Ji ^utjnuJu \m\>m • . , JwXJmk. . . t^nfi Ofi\rUiuli to forCtell 

^^.tJ.^-.JM.jttL* to forethink ^mm-^'^^^i^ V*"r4VL. forefather I-*. 
|wM.4<M- , foreknowledge \m\\>m^\^m~'^\^ -. 

Inter '^ tti. '^ • tinp ofB\tUuili intercalarj \>mtfmU^ lituJ" mJ^^ 
lV-: »r . to interpose '^ •/t2.-ri'*''*VL* 

-**• » L» T^ • fortune ft^i.Tf misfortune t^F'^l.T"*"P't"^ • to live 
iV*L» to mislive \\:>-i, t.'*f*L**f * 

Ottit "iiiu/bujlijt^ uin.uMi.k£ni,[3-lru^t • ««#» onfihiu^ OUtCrv •"•JJ*^ 

iri iT^ •t^"«j'«'j''' f to outshine F-'j«««f •*«jlVl* 

Over qni-auflilf qa.hpiulitjujni.p- ft t^ t^iuiT autuMpiuu^uiiJuA 

utn.uii-t-£ni.p^*A * qnp op^'itusi^ to ovcrburdco i«*f f Ft'^''»'*-"f Vl» 
overzealous J'^pJ' t,NjH-»tji»#-»P , to overflow t^vLt {"CT^l* 
overbold J«««f J» fmlfm^^l j 

^e qnt-quAJ^ alfptlbni.Pfit^ IpuiT qJ[iL.uu^iq.iutR§ /^%£-/ • 'A 

^uMjni-Ju ^^tx^y^ t J}:*-*»-»i>^-'S , qnp opfittiu^ to reform •LVf-rJ'^ 

"""LLtL* ^taqnuiT utlnt-iuiT ihnfuutlituli lutn-ut^uti^^p iliuuh^uAu 

^^ 3 'i^'b P'tft^' Ir^'b Odch f np qlinji* ni^iji %^utituM^nt.ppt^ hPP-' 

l^ni-pymU . qnp oppau^ I shall come back , \}\\y ^t>*f>y^ ! 

Super y qa.k-piu^utjni.piit^ , qJhbrni-Plit^ L. qtuTCaiJifL • 'A 

4««/ ^-Vf • qpp op/thui^ supernatural ^):(fUm\m'L s 

Sur J aJt-piuij-pnt-P ^lA l^utiT ajtuL.yini.uMh- • *^ ^utjntjlu «Jj"^ 

f«M . . , /w^ • . npui^u to surname 'lJ?f«*»l"tJtL» »r«»ji«»l»»i-»»«'uVL* 



— 228 — 

•^^•''•Vl. unequal mU^m>~mum^ '. 

Under y ^wpft %ni.iun_, f^ii^ ^iuI^iuilum^u o?er ^ np t^iupfi 

tun.iui^lrfni.Pfti^i ant-^utlil; , o/»^ opfiliiuli lO Uudcrvalue 'l»»»--»t».f , 
Up ^m-juilb^ qjsiu[iA[ini-Plit^i » i^o^ opfti/iu^ Upland F*f jr 

Vf^fr , fiJiu i^rnXm^in. , to uprise Ji {.Vf F««r^f-^*L. ^"^ '• 

Wjunpftli h'U ui^ui ^nq-qtru pLitilu/bi^iulf iiun.uM2uMij.ftn i/uiu_ 
l/n^D usiy utliautl^utli uthnuutUq iiuhu.ipuil£UMti ihant,n , J'^P"3 
^utqtll^i uiliPJtL. p.u*n^ iiupJuiinutliutbuta ufbuifi uJn-lriuj^ , npp U. 
ftum u^uUsui^nuP huj% ftt.ftntpuA*j^i-n Jtuiibl^uJ^tqij. i^ntj^nfitlili qp_ 
Jiuuinu pt-ptriuiiu , nnuflfu inhuutp • 

"Q^^ fuouyuqnup U. ^ill!'n2'"ttP ifiuuliliuibq , nji piuijJiuij.njJt 
hit ^uttt qtun-iuPl^i^ , I*. "[IB iftituiui^u oJ-u^ii^utl^l/h lCnfun»._ 
Phu/b utbt^jliuiliu/lt ptunp.uin.nj • int^uu/bh^ qunujyt L. tjUn^uM 
^t.nutputlt^t.nntili tili^u/liutl£nt.ptti^^ qjs.JiL.nuti.nniuq *ji putn-fiij 
a^i/iuqnt-uiitr iHuppiii/h Jhnl/U jitliuuuiutujinh i , utn.iuli^ t'^H 
3ihiuLutnt.ni-PkuiU puin.utij.nnq ♦ nnntj_ L. ni.unt.ith ghqnup U. 
fii/uiqnt.uib' ^jtna tj.^tt.putJiujj JtyJ' jy^ ' 

1^5^^ 'l^l'2l"ttl' *^*""^/"J^ utiiutbu pusn-^q tujutip^^ hit • 

Able, u. ^j' \'-'^ t l.^ • }\^p2s"tl'c '^^'''bk j"ir'l!f*t"^t3 

ituhrtuljutU uMlint.uiuq utn.lrinq Vi Jinu/ltljujljufli^u , "[W- 3"'-3'*'~ 

'ttlrb tj^iutjiutt.npnt.ppuU l^nfip f ijiutr ipn tltupP Ag4" ifinp^hjj^ 

qnp op^iiiutlj probable ^m>.mUm\m\> : 

(\ • Jt^fl* tj-utpihutj^^ jt pnuju It. ihnjuli itUnutu luth^ tutiutli u • 

Unp opliuiuli lo venerate, venerable *^•««r•»-VL^ - 

Ade """f juMlii^lruij^ ufUnt-uiitp uiuljutt-utPftt^ iuAij^utljut_ 

*h\tit tun.kuti_h'u 'ft tfipli . tjnp op[tittuli balustrade {jwt.j.»ij s 

Age tlhb-tUL. tlutuutjp tf^plj • trli • tinp onfiliut^ village ^^'"X, f 

herbage \'*f>^i};'^f « 

Al W \m^ • iJliiuujliU ujjuoplibiu^ tuib -l^ iu/ibij.i(iut^u/ltjtb 

tljipk* ^l '* ^l' qnp opptutli perpetual )m^^^\;\,m\mU , national 

p, M»^ • jutplrut£^*lt ptttfu fib^ ittnX^ uhnu^ tj.iu*ttliutt u • 

4^ to bury P'-'t.Vli burial ^m^^^iu . to trj' f-r^VL» t"al f-f^ •- 

Auce \i P-Jii-I* , piuttnuiT h% JlfJ" unuopltltiuli putn-^ J^[' - 



-- 229 — 

resemblance t/-.t— (L^..t . 

p, mmA * '^ piMjjJttf ^tuqJl^ t^njuMtiuMbu • upp oftjibutlg to depend , 
dependance L^'*•l:^> '^r J'i.V*-'>-'-P'V— •"? i to repent, repentance 

Ant I****** , J»l.* ^'3/^' ^ jk-plinujih piuppui'iLu jtub-tu^iu%u h. 

*^ DuAfi Jth^ n.njtuliuibu * ^ft opftiiutli pleasant ^mil!njm\m!u , ser- 
vant h-***'*"^} * 

Ard *f«»»1» • qpttut^iuu pf>^ pk-pnutlh ju/h^nultk-f^ub ant-ata^ 

^k • i^p oiij/hutl^ drunkard •<«rFiJ»— , ^\x\;^mX -. 

jutn.iu2_*i-uMii ^[t [ut . u!itjlTui£_n.lrpp.iiMjli • /jw^ opfiltituli moderate. 

fV toNf • *l^l'9* P"fjb3 "'^'"^3 • "^^ ntJijttjfj^ ij^t-nlrutliq iLttjuM^ 

lltuh jutiiif-kiufj^ ation ; qnp o^fiiiuMlf to anticipate i'^'^'l^V^, to 
abdicate ^r-«^«'fVL. to relate -f-«r4L« 

Cle "/.^/'^ • t^pt^k • p'"**-t3 J'"'"t^ir3 7' ^^^ J ^ '^ ^w^^ > 
^#/^ o^tji'iiujli article jo^ , particle J-i-li^J s 

Oom ^^^ * iJ'*pIf^l'iL 1-*U***^t**l* uiltni-u/lta ndiultq , nn ant-^ 

P^trtuit . qitft opptutti kingdom ««f -^-^j-taP-J,-!. , popedom «<f«*-(»i-^ 
fiy—t , princedom ^^l^-t— p-f .-"u . wisdom J./«.-.f.-^P-y,.t , freedom 
«.^-.^— p.J,-t , martjrdom Sm^^lf^^^Jl^JL -. 

Ed 13, V**!"* "it^u/b tuiiahuj^ q.hppMMjjji . ^Tf'/' o^ifAuji^i filled t^^ 
pV-L. hated -•fVjV-»L* 

p, ^t , ^pt , %^u/b u/lit^ujutiun L. ^uMinutplrutf_ J-tuJuAui^iu^ 

lluMbnhtui-np p-»"jb3 * i^p opl^tut^ affirmed . 

C^ lusnh 'A u.njtuliuMbu lun. '^ i^nfuhf^ t^hnu^t jiuhiu^iulMU , 
nnp L i^tunjtb njiq- *^l_ tutruil^u/butq , qnp opli'biuJji head ^L"*"!^ » 

headed nptM£^u /3^ ujuh-£_ ^j^^V***; » "/» ^^'f iuj[_iuh-iu^iuUlt i^fi 

tufuufl^u a gray-headed bird , p-^^,,.! jj, J*-!^,^.*,,^^-^,!. ^i}*»-^* — 
heart -J^rr. hearted -ff\:-: • i5[5»/' o^/Aii/i^ kind-hearted f-pV^'K'"*' * 

'^ fLutju . /jfrt^ op[ibuj^ red i•«'f''^r » to redden \-c^cl'i' l.*••^'*^^^L• 
dark ^-#-«.f , to darken ^m^mp^^ -. 

b^iulitu'iiu . qap opfrbiuli earth 4"»Lt earthen A-i^Vi,!?'*' • gold -•fiJ , 
golden ""JVxt''' ♦ wood f ♦«•;•♦• , wooden f •^jtVit''' , ^ - • (^t' 



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Eace l\ ^'^'-^ • '**'ip' i^t 'tvh • 1!?^ oplibuiti residence , 
prudence, abhorrence. 

to tend j<J-Vl. tendence jf-'-A • to exist f-L. existence f-^— p.^ -. 

Ent i^tnuthp lUMh-uMi^u^iu L. 'fi i^njuilfuiliu nno 'p thp^ * '". 

n.huBi_yii . t^ttft op\tiiuBli indifferent, precedent, lA t 

Er \^ "•L* jtui-y^ui^p ptupi lutubl^ utlint^ i^njuiliuiit' auin.^ 

%nif^ H-nphnjU jni-^u/bhinilji, qnp opjtiiiul^ reader c}'^tr?''t» sig- 
ner 4r«iJ»»'''t"'L» 4"L'«'-"r ' 

Jliutiltuli^u ) ^nphk ^inuuM pui0^u*muM^uAu . tntn onJt%ut^ keen 

•<»»-|. , keener f^m^mjU • ( mhu ijiujuJuAli '^ f\*uiub k ) » 
member, chamber, number, order. 

Ery VtJf'' qnt.if.uM^uijU 4" 'I'ph ' Crze nn aputt^t-iT pti^JJiut^ 
mlmUUMli '^ JJjiuuJA ani-auibl; Jtppnt. ^umi.u»pum^u^i • Iffp oppuiul^ 

crokery ^-Vstrt"** >^'^et}-+ • ^pi • polerie : 

Ess "-A^ 'Lf'pb ^b 'h'**p^"*-n*^^l_ jpt^iu^uHi ^ui^uti.ut[dp^ 

^njutliuthu nJuitiu » qitp o^ifihujli heiress ^^"J* ^mf^mU^ ( heir ^-^ 
m^mU^), lioness SM^m\ i^t^^..^ (lion), shepherdess 4"{-.--»-4yr 
( shepherd A-JJ.- ) s 

Est iuit.hitruji luttfuil^u/ltu It. p JiulfpuJju JJiuji^utli^u [^f» 

i^k-puiq-putliuMii , tfrrp opl^tu^ large , largest Jt^«w^<./t. j«;^ l^uiiT 

mS^'UmS^^ . wisest mSyU^Smu^mJU , ( uilru '[i t\*tuu'b \> ) i 

r nil t,f) • b'^tpli utttutliuib I; np "h^u/huslfl; {^^ , iliunhut£^ jtpplg. 
liz'^t'2j"tbp 'H'"^^ 'l^lP' b'^*'*" • ^ ani-auMhl; ipun.uMuinLP-JttA ^ 
L. t^npt^ a^niutliutliub jutifutliuili ( L. Jlili \ iuiujuti.fi ) . ^p 

opfihuili wonderful i^mfSjUm\J^ , handful p—l-.i.J.f , blissful Vf-^ 
Hl?- I painful T^-t-K^pJ-t , faithful i,m^m^mpl>S •. 

Fy ••-jii^XVl ( HJ^*-H-*uiuijU t^ptl • JlCr np If uiqutt-uiift-ui^ fim • 

f^^^ ) • J'^cb 'b p>*"ip*-*l' p***)" • ITV *>pb''""k to pacify |«i«^-..j-.- 
5«w5.«.tVL. to lerrifj VriVr-'-:-''»'VL. to signify tt-t-.^'ti, ( ^^ . 
pacifier, lerrifier , signiOer ) t — ^"Uj juA^iluiliiu'ii^ 'Um^ 

4^p2ytl'"'L. ^ ' ^" putanuiT p^*y^ 1**P"3 tl^nt-i^uiiuijuli ^ 
ifiupP ^utuiUlr^fi ^ptf • ptuin It. ^J"'fl"*ii^li iiuJyiik ufitt n-nj ^'^^^V. 
'liut^ni.Pltt^i uiuM^nf luiJltlri^, tO Uullifv "jJ't,»wj"'-5-»'''Vt., tO bcaU- 

tify f Vi.V:J-r"*7*HL , to Frenchify- ff-.t{».5».-j-.1.Vi.* 



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Graphj ^T—P't'-^ 5 ^-^t jnt^iutliufli ^pd<p(xi f fVJ", jnt-un^.^ 
Uhiulitiib lulini-UMhu Jtulituqnt.[d-btMMltu muiut^utAbuM^* HTV **P^"t*^ 

Hood ^\*^» J*"C^'"L C^'t ty"k'"^'"^ %iu!butlik qj^uspu 

ulriu^tuLuihu t n*Uvti>luMl$ ^l/biua L. ^luuiu^ji L. a/hqiuitutl^ Kltf 

l^k/nufd^yu^ . tinp opllhiuli childhood Sju\m^^Y'-^ t neighbour- 
hood -ff-j—P-^-l. . (^lupJiuuB^ child L neighbour) . 

tlli tt>'i*/> usitutiiutli ufbnilli f^iiu^^ju^i ituuhnni^ Jl • qnp onjyiiulg 

Armenia, Armenian; Persia, Persian. 

Ian unuij-utJiutpi *^(t1i • lew , ^/» ofi\tiiuMli magician , logi- 
cian ( -^/»^ • magicien , logicien ) . 

Ible \*'i^t ij* t "iP' p'^'hP ^" jhftlinuplM p.tu^fp.iun.u • ^p *>ph^ 

IbuM^ impossible , ju/b^j^iulituitltb h^pplrUL 4!f*pb 't"b'**^ Ah'P^ 
2uMii.pJtu able . 

Ic J***** piuant-if UM^tulituli^ h. t^njutl^iuhp nju/bp juAt^lriuiu 

*A 'tp^ ' ^^^ J J'^'^'tt''' ju*i>i-ib"*h"^'^' '^^ * tTP *'pt'^"*i pathetic . 
leal \m^ • Y» puj/Lu [i%^%njii 4 i^'i- ifipk ' ITP '*pt'^""k radical, 

vertical. p'^fS unilnpiufnup ^tut.iuuuMptuqop J^ *^pH * WU^ * VP 

opptut^ periodical, ironical (//fpi* periodique, ironique). 

IcS \tM' • iuibif.h-uti0b Jhti^iu$- JutuuMilp. l/lt tnt^uMl^tMiU lu _ 

%nt^ut%p nt-unt-ifhiu^u/ttp , nnp pj^uf^ui '^ ^tkih t^nius^tuli tun.^ 
%n§^t Sf P^US UMit^tuL-lti ihaujlfu/lib i^uipj/Ji j^umU irt^iul^UMU ^ 
anpu L ^utpq.truqnt^ tuuuilili • hvStPriCS mifi^m\»'^m^m>m , phvSlCS 

px«,^».Vt litutT i\m}.m\.mk.^^Ju , elhics p.^.f-j-i-.tl. , optics «f»t-"» 
^M. , conies J«'u««i««.tv , catoptrics A-.^Vs-t-*!'*''''*' , dioptrics glf^ 
t^mj\;'^t^i>^m\>m^\> , acoustics L"-r-» J -''♦'>• , pneumatics cfi^^J Jut , stati- 
stics ^■£m\m^^m\mi.\, , StalicS |^».-.p-.li«Ji«.tt , sphciMCS <\^^m\mi>\ , 

tactics i}>'Um^mpm\ml'u , economics ^ltf,%»m\Jil , mathematics —^ 
-w.ji^W'''' » mechanics Jtif-V^'^J-*''^ , hjdraulics j^f-.p^^^-^J-.l.t , 
hydrostatics j^f •««#{.(! f-. J -.tt , analj^tics im>.^m\mi'u , politics +m<imi.m^ 

\mVU , L% : 

Ing VjL ""L * ^'.^^ '^^pk"U t^PP"ijb * HTP **pb'^"*k loving 

-J-ftfL-l. filling Lr— j-'^'Vl-'L. writing f rVL-L» 

fV mt^» %np!li ill^pb ^ bpP"*- l-y^liu/ii uthnuli • t^p op\!lituli 

daring j-tf^— ^j-l (^^^^^m^) , drinking •-rFt?"!.! eating iVr-i.t 
building lyimt^m^f , blessing ^f At-^-P-J-t-t s .1 



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Ion P'f"-''' , -"A 4k'P2j"ttP qnu^iuAuMpi ll^t *tch * J"V 
tUMliiLHli iujliif.iptuiiuthhu ^utqtun u. lrnl£hnnL.n puMtLo It. uti.lF£p 
La ^uJi.u»uujputqopp 'I'p^* • ~~* ^utnJibut^'fi iuju{uii.lrfn. I^f-p^^ 
ion ^nftb-filb 'linpM^iifi Lu p.uij^ • qnp oplibiul^ aSSerlioD , tO 38- 
Serl 5 i<M>„^mtf,m^Jl'l>Jl , CimHifrntft^it — Wjl_utju liu/bnb ^ tuU^ 
fuiuluin : 

Ish W \-<^ • lI'**P^***1_ 'b l-y^H*"^'^ ifinful; ifltnuti'li iiuh'iu^ 
l^utbu f n^'-^h^ 'liiIuMlint.P'hutb • iWP on^ituli cblid. XmVhm^ , CQll- 

dish /-tl-i-i. : 

f\ {tJ • jutpkuMi^ juthuiliiuliu Jini.uiallriant.au/bl^ tih2Uthutl^nt._ 

P^fiJit %nj[i%» qnp opJi%iuli grecD \Ji>m»^^ grecnish J-.t«.JjJ . pale 

rW^ ( •♦"'^"A ) » palish fVi^-f ""J • late -t-f -.t , lalish ^m\m^ JJr 

•mIm^mV , fool 3\'^'-t . foolish I'm'^m^ t 

q, 4tpl. p"ot3 "p-p *t *tpk • j*"'^"tb'*' 'b ^^ ' iTP *>pb''*"*k to 

furnish {i^pk* fournir). 

inuMfiop^iujI^ 'f$ t^.njutliutiilib jiubt^\i isn. L fti utjungjilf Spaniard 
^«/ . Spanish luit • ««,^l»J,i«5^ . Dane i-y * danish utb^ , ,^m^ 
tj.««5j.. Pole -5f.«/. polish lub^ , lV^-jJ.. Turk ^nj , turkish luit , 
^••*-p* • Moor q-y . moorish m#^. /».-j.y.,^wt«#»5jf s— Y"k "Ul t/***- 

(o#r<.(y uMlini-utlt^ "*lp* ^^' luitfutlju/ltlt U. 'b i^njiu^u^ s 
jUMhtf-huM^^ 'b ibpk • *b ^^^ 3 ^ ^^ %nfbtu%bz, C^t '^"""* • 'i/'P 

opfibiuli necessity ^ L^i x 

IvC Xi t*"^ » •".?^^ • J"*^tV^ utifiuliufltD ipp^ ■» iuMlta.lru$rB *A 

if: qnp opfittut^ attentive, persuasive, pensive, corrosive. ""■ 

Km Jiutililili %ni-utquMliuA • anp onfiliiu^ napkin '»*^^\:'*"'^}^\ ' 

Keeper rtr • n*"^ Cb p'">*-hu to keep -"-tVL. "i^-^Vl) • ^p 
opb'f'u'k housekeeper .f.-.1.«w.,.tr • shopkeeper 4«.ip.^ .^^f ( ^•^- 

LieSS Wl . %J-fuuiutliutli Juiubjwii nn lutnlrui^^^b n-njuiliutliu utn.^ 
Tiii^ tQtnupb $uh'uilfUMttu , L. Ib^uliUMl^^ aa^nlfli i^'bhiL. auiiul^utuh i* 

tfnp opl^tuM^ doubtless mU^mi[m\-j- s Wjuuf^uftg ilutpftb t-p_ 

p.htlh L. ipnfuu/U ilajl^pujjb utn.iubq itut-k-nnf aUyiultb \y , 

Like l»X«i1» , Mf\-H , ti^tuhiul^^ %t/uA , L tlifpb bpp 'Ib^pi^tbp 



— 253 — 

uthruiliu/bu 'p q.njiMt^iuiiiuj* llt^u/biulinqti %itajitnu[3lruBb . i/nn 
Oftpttuli godlike mm>iK»<~m^mXSj\- , hcaveilly ^f^^'USml s 

Ly W "th" » Ft * J'^P^^^L U P""l'p**P'('*~ uih'utl^utbu i^nn^ 

hk i[iinu\tU iTimmIip-uiju . ^w^ opjt^itul^ dearlj ♦•J'fVL««^t- , probably 
£,m.,Ji^\mU^lm^ , fricndlj' ^VVf^'-pT . easilv 4Vi.f»-»f -p : 

pV • iiunhuii^h ty.njuMliutiiu utnJtl; aUnutu uittiul^uAu : 
C|> . jtunlruti_ lUMb'utliuMbu ipnfu^ i^hnutu J*y[_ luhtuliuMli , 
ann onfibuM^ goodlv . 

MaD 'liyuilitul^l; «'<<*fT' t J"*P^***l_ *t tLniuiliuniu t^nnh^l; tu ^ 
%n»-UMliu miu^uiuiJuitiu , iunnulguut^ , i^i2iui^fi U. iM£iuutni-iij * ^p 

opjthutli Statesman «j-.^j,.e1V*'^ -jtr-'-P-V-''' , horseman j^"•{r•^^ 
(.•^f-i-^^) , seaman I'M'-w^tMf {^-^f h"^*') • ^* '• 

Ment W t^njuMliuib u/ltnututtp l^'i_ ju^if-k-ut^ *fi mCJlt 

*itnpi It'll ihplinufiit puMpptun.u . qn^ opfttiuMlf detriment, monu- 
ment. 

^njuj^iuitu • qnp opfibuMli to refresh, refreshment. 

Most —S\-^>- * uttfuujp ^jt q.ujuu tuh-tuliUMbiuq tfpiOSt i^tit-jjb^tuii 
t^hniutf.nuji^uA^'lt nn It. unt^ntuptun r^Jt iiun.ui9nj luh^uMl^u^ipIt 
Ifiuif Jiul^pujjpb • uMj^ftlt luh^uM^u^ip nJiulio L. tlutlfpuMip up ^jpip 
huphuMliq utK^inilti tpupi U^utU ^pnni. 'Il'p9'''*'hhp * 9"/' opjtuiu^ 

undermost, uppermost. 

Ness P'^-''* • J"*pt ^t p'"^t-'l* utb^iuliu/ltu 'jt ^nphh^i^nujt^ 

H-itjiuliutiMu * ^p opjibuMli vaWd f*f]jjf , mildness ^-t^jf —p-^.t-'u s 

Or W ••L • (^fp^ih" I*- Cr) imutrihuii^fi pu»p> iuilIiI; t^njtu^ 
liutli'^ iun.*bnij^ ^npb-itjU . qn^i opft^iu^ tO Sail '^••»-Vl.» Sailor ^""^ 

J\ • puttpni.J' uMbt^-tuiT qnuif.tuJtiuib 4" ihpk ' ^^^ i VP V^- 

^stu^ inferior. 

Ury Hj^pp jtua-uil^uniu L. *p ^njui^u/iiu ^uMJluJiuipi ipp^ • 
oire ; qnp o^filbuj^ g^^^J? ivorj ^1.-"^ ' 

Uur qnt-i^iuAiujb ihpl^ • CUV j p.UMijni.tIp uuptL.lruia a.plwli 

'H'^f'L ^^ i unp opli%ut^ favor, honor, valor, rigor ^««/i fit-^^ 

tifpuPfip S 

OUS t^nt-t^uiiuMjU ifipll* eUX 9 It- *^1pi lub-utlfuiba lA jk-p^n_ 
t>Ji% ptupputiuu : 



— 254 — 

Ship ^{""^ • unt-Dutlili atnuijjutli l^uttT ujIrqiuUuii^ l^'^i"*-^ 

ptmu/it liiuiT t^^j^uttiuilitjJb /»«^ tu^in^auih • ij^(^ opfntui^ hard 

.{.^•.«Mf , m'Uhm^^ , hardship •.'J.A^[•P'"-P'^-''• • friendship t-t^\-^ 
Sm^^l^Ji , lordship .^tr'^P'F-'*' » ladjship ^},\i.m^ll^Ju , kingship 

Sis . jnt^uM^utlt p.iun.p juMlit^hiui_^ jhqiuliuttfli *f$ SlSy '^ J"^" 

1htu^uM% iftnjtiliii njhut^t i 'p e . qnp o^li%ut^ basis y bases j cri- 
sis, crises i ellipsis, ellipses; phasis, phases. 

Some \X ^i » J*^ * J'"P^*"l_ Ju*hruMliuMliu uiul^utL. Ij/b^inuiu^ 
nk-oni-qu/ltli ^i^tuiiujlini.ld^liL^ %njuM . qnp opftliiu^ dark ^mtmrn^ , 

darksome t«-i-»«f^t » 

tluitUMtfu/hu • fffn ortjAut^ toll tnHtftftmfm^A , lOllsOme -imftftmm);^ 

5«-5j.U_. light v-i- , lightsome i-.-H-.i--f . game 1— *t. gamesome 

imi^mfP- . to tire i,m^^\mym^ym1]:i_, tirCSOmC ^Hi^>t,m>.\ : 

Teen tf»muL i,**ui^fni}f**'i^ p.uia.ftu ten •f«<*»««i») ituuk-ilriui *A 

Jjtiuunnult tun-til; ^nupli i^utp^kut^ puiquip^tn^ (3nt.uji^ujbu il^-^ 
rtiuq-tnuu itrnhotnuuuujiil^ qftlAUunut^s ( uihu 'p ^mui* P • ) s 

Xh W fft" • iJ"*pt *P putaiupJttuIJi Pfii-U L. ijinjul; fjhnuui *fi 
i^tuuusliu/ltu » (^utlsu p ^utti% [* ) "PB 'b' P'*'^*'*p^'''^' J'^^'^ff*^' 

'A ^y ? 'A q-uiuiulitu'iil^ //-V'^ tieth . 

fK • juipp hpphtfii iuit^iul£uj%u It. thnpil; ^inuiu *p i^njtul£ttib , 
"UUfUl^l^'L "'*^h'*"- t f. 1"'-ipl""l-p'**-Pb^ tuptliutniul^ttAJut . 
Unp opltliiuli slaw «f-.tij.«..Lt sloth 'fm1fmtim>~^^JU , lt% t 

I y \^ ••— 1. • -/*"/'A *t Jpi^^^p P[it-u Yf t^nphlr/ tflinuui intuit^ 
%utt.npu . ^p opltliusli six -IVj , sixtj {-.[L-— 1. : 

f> • juiiit^u ty ( itnu^utJiiMtjit 'tpk • ^^ ) -/""-^Zf •- J"*^"*^ 
Ifttutu 'ji if.nphli-f_ ^njiu^ut'bu » ifp op^i%ttt^ variety. 

Ure ttttita.h itsf piuiijP pnttipnMitIp 'liyii li" p}"p 'ppH * J**"*-' 
t^irS ^^^ • 'b iiutliiui.u ttt.nrpu^piit.[3-ptHb gittuiMttni/lip • If^p **pb~ 

%tul£ adventure, ifipli' avenlure. 

Wards ani-aiMitili qnt.qnnt.PftiJli'l* ^luiT aj/^uint-tlh tun. b*l^ • 

f V*^ » '*"^ • ^ w^pb b ^'**b""tP"*'P'b*^'" ^ 'b •^'tp*^** • ifp 

opl^uilt afterwards --i- , 'J. {m^^imll, , inwards *^ I'Vf f- » out- 
wards mp^mi.^ , L.% i 

Wise -tV» { jftuiujiiu^u/iih'i' guisa \):t-t t Vir^-^i )• J'^pb 'b 

putn.U [ibi It. n.npb-1^ qibnup'b tliulfptyu • ijnp opfihiui^ Otherwise 



— 255 — 
^l^iuliuM'blih ju/jj^Jib 'fi y qn[, o^pttu^ l^rannv, i^pfi' tvraonie j 

II nnp ttUiuuM9^tub ay nub^qpli t^puMqiuAutjib ututn. , iiutr u3liauM_ 

lluiUu ifinfulfiM i_y *b ^ ' HTV ^pli^""k easy <f J>»-f JV , iV^'l* irtul^pun 
easily, h. w^easylj. 

t^np opl/hiu^ flower hr'-i^\ , flowery h"*"i}i^'*'X.' health -.— .j_£-*.. 
P-J-i-'J. , healthy fi*24w.^».j_2.* ease ^mU^\i»^ , <^\^f , easy ij.Jf-j.y,x, A.% : 

"^utut ihw It- t[iuuu tuO'uiunpq uiuiuqkrut^u ^t^fjuilujin , nnnif_^ 
ua/liputc "SCnfuni-Pliifb utbi^^tuliufU p.uMnp.uMn.nj duipP 4^ '^ uiu^ 
iftut, lunJuMinuM^u/littlt pnilujl/q.iul([k-^, It. fuiui ilh nnjn.nhuMi l^utltn^ 
'hu/qq. i^ni-^ul^lrf^ ah^utltiuIini-P^i^i ^t-nu>ouih^t.n tuh-u/ltutu^ut^ 
iiutah It. lun^ittltq ntil£ putn-un^nnqli ocriijitit.iu^ni.phtttu t 

3^-tfT iQiutJnf.i£tir nhutqifhiL.Ppt.Jt uttt^^ut^itA pttiit.fiq tun.ui^ 
2b ttttiAir£nj , opl^uuliiut- i/pnil^ qnt^^aqitt-p L. qjtuit.ittPuJtnni,ni._^ 
PpL.% ptitpptitn-ttj ^intjli^ , L ^t-ftttt^tttti^t-p uiutn-fiqit qiJintAfr/utit.^ 
Ppi-it fiutn n*JI_lt- ttttf^t^uinni-q t^niit.p btttU 1 i 



1 Qpjtltittlfu utju , npuiliu It. *b 4lrp ittliq.n lunJtumtuliuitiiuqb 
hut1toPnt..P^t!it ^ tun-lftui^li ittibnL.tMilihuii_t^nttqlt .RechefCheS 

««•*• la fwBion dw fvaneo-noftnand et de V angto-»axony 

paf M» J. P. Tlioiiuiierel, "p ^ mtuf,htt,i_ 4 i^'ps*-. 

'ittitl^ 'ft ■^hi/utnittti^tt i^tttnjiqnu : 






— 25C — 

Atta unsar, tbu in bimioam. 

Weihnai namo thein. - ^^ 

Quiniai thiuciinassus tfaeins. 

VTairlhai wilja theins, swe in hlmlua, ja ana airlhal. 
Hlaif UDsarana ihana sinteinan glf uns hlinmadaga . 
Jab aflet uns thalei skulaus sijaitna , swaswe jab weis afle- 
tam tbaim skuiam unsaraim . 

Ja ni briggais uns in fraislubDJai . 

Ak lausei uns of ibamnia ubilin. Amen. 

/i ik^nz Jjtu^unG-tu'jiih,^tnhiuj^ 'ji ^JJ^ tpujim . — Aeifrie . 

Faeder ure, tbu ibe eart on heofenuni. 
Si tbin nama gebalgodj 
To be cume ihin rice j 

Gewurlbe ibin vvilia on eorlban swa swa on beofenum ^ 
L'rne dacgbwamlican blaf sjle us to daeg j 
And forgif us ure g^ltas, swa swa we forgifalb urum gjl- 
teuduni . 

And ne gelaed tbu us on coslnunge j 
Ac aljs us of vfele, solblice . 

/» ihqnz tuGq.^Jitu^Ji J ^f\ t^tujim . — W^antey. 

Ure faeder, tbu ibe on beofene earl, 
Syo tbin name gebalcged j 
To cume tbin ricej 

Geworde tbin wille on beofene and on eortbej 
Sjle us to daig urne daigbwamliebe blaf j 
And forgjf us ure geltes, swa we forgjfatb aelcen thare 
ibe witb us agjltelb ; 

And ne laed tbu us on costnunge ; 
Ac alj's us fram ^fele. 



— 257 — 

Oure fader, that art in hevenes , 
Halewid be thi name j 
Thj' kingdom come j ; 

To be thi wille do as in hevene and in erthej 
Gjff to us this day oure brede over other substance ; 
And forgj?e to us oure dettis as we forgyven to our 
dettours; 

And lede us not into temptatioun 5 
But deljve us fro jvel. That is so be it. 

/l jlignz tuuaihtuqh 'h ff*^ ntunm . ^— Wictiffe » 

Our fadjr, that art in heavenes, 

Halloed be thy name; 

Thy kingdom come to 5 

Be thy will done in erthe as in hevenej ' '* *"* ' 

Geve to us this day our bread, over other substance, 

And forgif to us our detlis as we forgewen to our detters j 

And leed us not into temptatioun^ 

But delever us from evel . Amen . 

Jn l^^inz uAdq-iJitu^Ji 'ft ^Ij t^mjim ♦ — JTohn W^ithint, 

Oure fadir, that art in hevenes, 

Halewid be thi name j 

Thi kingdom come to thee j 

Be ihi will don in eerthe as in hevene; 

Give to us this day our breed over othre substance; 

And forgive to us oure dettis, as we forgiven oure dettours ; 

And lede us not into temptation; 

But deliver us from ivel . Amen . 

Oure father, whyche arte in heaueo, 
Halo wed be thy name ; 



— 258 — 

Lett ihj kingdom come. 

Thy wyll be fulfilled as well iu earlh as it is in heauen ^ 
Geue vs this daye oure dajlye bread; 
And forgeue vs oure trespasses euen as we forgeue oure 
trespacers ; 

And leade us not into temptation j 
But deljuer vs frome eujll. Amen. 

Our father, who 1 art in heaven. 
Hallowed be thj name. >''•'' ^ • 
Thy kingdom come , 

Thy will be done on earlh, as it is in heaven ; 
Give us this day our dailj bread; 

And forgive us our trespasses, as we forgive them that 
trespass against us; 

And lead us not into temptation ; 
But deliver us from evil. Amen. 



1 %npiuqui%q.^ uiukr% Our father which . 



— 259 — 

tuuMwiweihG . 

Positively ^o.BSU.SD.^u.'bB.'^to 

I have a loaf, 1?« ncA^iT %liui%tu^ Jp , 

Thou hast some bread, <>#/*. nt.%^u ^utju , 

He has some brolh , "b"* nu%li tuptf.uM'ii$uli , 

She has some soup , *b"' ntA[i t^p^u/it , 

We have boiled meat , IT^ niAJiJ^ tiuimfu Jftu , 

You have roast meal, 'Y"hfL "^ki^ i^unftni\ktui_Jftu ^ 

They have minced meat, %ngi^ ntApt ijo^tui_» 

I had slewed meat, l7« nAkfi Jt" 'b '^«-«A4» 

Thou hadst some beef, •>««- ntAk^r *^" ^^^ » 

He had beef-sleaks , "b*" ntjii^fi tftfk^lt '/r l^uMu^iu^iuif^, 

We had some veal, XTkf nt^k***^ qJt" ^"cl^"*-> 

You had some mutton , ^"hf n^'ht^ Jt" n^utpjt , 

They had mutton-chops , 'h"^'" nJii^li^t Jlu n^utp\, *^ mtu^ 

I shall have some lamb, \ju nt.%bjb*^ qJpu i^uMn-Jtb , 

Thou wilt have some pork , ^nt. niAftj^" ^n^'tifi , 

He will have some bacon , %iu nt^Ji^lt quiuint-luut funi^ , 

We shall have some venison , VT^^ nJbli^Jtil^ tjJJtu kphy , 

You will have some sausages , *Y"h^ "^^t^k^ qj^pzbk" » 

They will have some ham , 'hnft"* ««-^/'j^^ ^^um b*nq^ . 

I should have a pie, \fu nu^bst*^ titup^utbi^tu^ P'i.t 

Thou wouldst have a turkey , 'y./i*. ni^ijt^ftu ^"bq-l^iut^utt. , 

He would have a rabbit, \,um ni^ift^ft ^iu^uip , 



— 240 — 

We should have a chicken, VT^ "^'tst'fh i^'*-^'*'^ i 

You would have a duck , T"**:^ "^^'tshf^ 'LP'"t » 

Thej would have a pigeon , \i^u* nuiilitjli'u qluti^ luqmtJbnj 



Interkogativelt 

Have I a hare? 

Has he anj larks? 

Have we a goose ? 

Have jou anj mushrooms? 

Have thej any eggs? 

Had I any fishes? 
Had he anj oysters? 
Had we a trout? 
Had you an eel ? 
Had ihey a pike ? 

Shall I have beer? 
Will he have wine? 
Shall we have cider? 
Shall you have perry ? 
Will they have brandy ? 
Would he have cheese ? 
Should you have butter ? 
Would they have salad ? 

Negatively " * 

1 have no grapes , ^»»Vc,V*-*'' 
Thou hast no apples, 
He has no pears , 
We have no walnuts , 
You have no figs, 
They have no apricots, 

I had no peaches. 

Thou hadst no strawberries , 

He had no cherries, 



Q%.7/^< Ittu utnuinL.inu IttJi, 

QL.1>^i'?i Ibnpiu Ani-u . 

{^tlUklp hu Alinubu , 

(\cliJ^n but nuinp^u , 

(\cJ*J^uj^ Jfip ^lunJhutfuuMjut Jp I 

f\tJHfio n.nijP oJiuiAni-l^b Jp , 

[[l-lt^fl ti %naiMt ^ILltl^UtJtnL.lfb J^o 

^ultjtqlfifp Jbp fubjinnon^ , 
(]«Ji»^^^^ *l-nLf> uiuAJoqlt , 

[[tlb^qp Uut uiuApn , 

f|«-«Agp*r linpui qtungutU • 

^ni^ltiT hu qluijunnn, 
^nubftu if.nL. fuItJtnnu , 
^nt^jt 'liut utuMliiu , 
^ntJiptlh ^nkft nhlinjau , 

QnJbt.'is %n^us f^^puAaif* ^ <^ ^ 
^nt^lfftn ff.nM. trjuM^u , 



— 241 — 



We had no plums , 

You bad no pomegranates , 

They had no melons , 

1 shall not have any cakes, 

He will not have any sweet- 
meals, 

We shall not have any frit- 
ters, 

You will not have any sugar- 
plums , 

Thej will not have any tarts, 

I should have no chocolate , 
He would have no coffee , 
We should have no tea , 
You would have no milk , 
They would have no sugar, 

Nbgativbly and Interhoga- 

TIVELY 

Has he not a napkin? 
Have we not a table cloth? 
Have you no plates? 
Have they no knives? 

Had he not a fork ? 
Had we no spoons? . 
Had ^ou no salt? '^'«»*Vi.V>« 
Had ihey no pepper i ? 

Will he not have mustard? 
Shall we not have a bottle ? 



^nulinajni iinout *iuptun • 






^nt-b^n iiuM uiutinatn-ufputn, 



•a" 
n 



1 ^'u^u, ^ pepper f fcf f cr . «*«- "/'"zf/. '/- paper f V;f cf , 

16 



— 242 — 
Shall j'ou not have a cork- Q^mJiift^l^ t"^^ (u^iu^iu% JJt JT 

screw ? 
Will ihej not have a glass? ^nt^\,^^'ii tin^ut p.iuJ-ut^ Jit ♦! ". 

Would he not have silver- Qm-^^^ft* Ibut uu{tuuu ufpb-iul^li , 

plate? 

Should we not have a coffee- Q_nt^ilt^fiQ> Jhp qu/boP iQi fuiu^^ 

pot? 4kl. , 

Should ^ou not have tea-cups? Q.nifbft^lq^ii.nLguliiu^iuliu pi^j^. 

Would thej' not have saucers? Q.n*-^'t3F^* ^n^w ^luJiJiulftufu : 

Q^tuGiftulf ptuju To be n^tf tuGmtuG^ np^ 'ji UftujtlniGu 



Positively 

I am physician , 
Thou art an apothecary. 
He is a surgeon , 
W^e are printers ^ 
You are booksellers, 
Thev are stationers . 



^ CD s cs cici* D.«n t « 

%u, il^putpnjJ- 4 I 
\yl\B utufint^piti^^ tup t 
^HLp if.piuiltu'T^iun^ 4"^ • 






I was an architect, \ju i^n,i^(7Ctu[nnutptuu^hm) 4^, 

He was a dancing- master, %ut iluMpJ-iutMihm 4r/» uiuMpnu , 

We were fencing-masters, IT^ inufujiumkuig l;ui§t qb'i""~ 

fuuMnnca , 

You were music-masters, '\*nL^ ilutpJ-unMihtn^ ^Jt^ ^/»«"» 

Thev were drawing-masters. \,rig'" iluMpJ-mu/tuj^ kf* "•-- 

I shall be a painter , \^u t^i^j %^ujf^^t 

He will be a gunsmith , %iu ibjt ^i>»*ii^!iuiui^ni,b^ , 

We shall be button-makers, U*^ £l,^nt^7CuiiiiruAii.ut^npb^, 

You will be bakers , ^"h^ t^'ibikg ^ujjiui^npb^ , 

They will be butchers. 'hip'" ^'li'^t''^ JliuMtf.npbip . 



— 245 — 



I should be a shoe-maker , 
He would be a cobbler , 
We should be boot-makers , 
You would be coach-makers, 
Thej' would be carpenters. 






IlVTERROGATlVELY 



^13.r80.<»O.'bC*«ll?W 



Am I a locksmith ? 
Art thou a joiner? 
Is he a hat-maker? 
Is she a washer-woman? 

Are we grocers? 

Are jou hair-dressers ? 

Are thej' barbers ? 

Was I a watch-maker? 
Was he a fan-maker? 
Were we jewellers? 
Were you tinmen? 
Were they haberdashers? 

Shall I be a goldsmith? 

Will he be a saddler? 
Shall we be millers? 

Shall you be pastry-cooks? 
Will they be confectioners ? 



\j^tf* Iru i^utnp^i putiiUM^h-iua 



h'^^t 



nt- uMinut 



nJtuta.npo' f 



^T» Uui funjnutniun , 

\}U linpui iliupuuMi^nuito * 

^^ ku J-iuilttit^nnh- , , , 

K/r t« ^tnput ihh-nhqiutfD • 

Piut^nph- ) , 

pl^ufuAg , 
\}ilb'ipf' 'iinauM ^luputnuta.nna'o • 



Should I be a tailor? 
Would he be a weaver? 
Would she be a seamstress? 
Should we be upholsterers? 
Should you be diers ? 
Would they be coopers ? 



1^ ^tpnjiiT tru i^lrn^ut^ , 
\ h'^hq/^ *liiu nuutuipiutlslg , 



— 244 — 

Negatively d.iwgu.mvuC^'Stw- - 



I am not a broker. 
Thou art not a hosier, 

He is not a turner, 
We are not innkeepers. 
You are not gardeners , 
They are not fruiterers . 



^tmiT hu tltuTCiuiuutnlfitt. 



:^iri 



i^uau 



rȣ ^ni.p^ 



^4° uiu 'ZCiuptuinuttfiua.nph' , 



I was not a glazier, Qk^ Iru luuiui^kf-nphr , 

He was not a chimney-swee- ^kp "itui iriugpnn_bfu'itbini.^^ 

per. 

We were not basket-makers , 24"^ «A^ 4'"zf '/^"'^A*-*^ » 

You were not wagoners , Q,^b^ *t"^^ ""Uirct-P • 

They were not shop-keepers. Q^^^ ^in^tu ^u/imt-P^tMfu/bp . 



^3 ' 



1 shall not be a glover. 
He will not be a workman , 
We shall not be porters , 



You will not be sword-cullers, fl^ t^ql'^hf q^^np "cbt^ » 

They will not be curriers , fl^ L$i^^I,'Im %,igut fuuMifuifunpii.^ , 



1 should not be a groom, ^ip'tst'^ ^" jpMif.iupi/Iu% , * 

He would not be a farrier , QiP'tdb ^"^ mtynuin. , 

We should not be potters , Qib^i'jb'Qi *^ Fi'"^"!e » 

You would not be pewterers, Q.iP'tst'P t"^ u/biu^iu^npb^, 

They would not be cutlers, Qi^%[t^fA1bn^utq.uAuil^utf.npbrp, 



Nbgativblt and Intbrro- 

GATIVELT 






Am I not a wine-merchant ? Qt'iT tu q-l^'uk^f^TCutn, , 

Is he not a looking-glass-ma- Q,li tiui ^uMjib^^apb^ , 

ker? 

Are we not spectacle-makers? Q^"*^ Jhg q.liutuM^ui,f.npb^ 



— 243 — 

Are ^ou not ribbon-raakers? Ql^ t"he ^fatuitut.li'iiia^npirg , 
Are ihey not perfumers? ^^jlr% input Itu^i^kut^^ . 

Was I not a china-man? Q^/'"^** ^%iu,f.nph- , 

W^as he not a collier ? ^^p ^"^ luhpiiu^npb^ , 

Were we not tanners? 24*^ «^ [uiuijui^npi^^ , 

Were vou not lallow-chand- Q^P^t t"^^ JhJui^npb^ , ,, ^/ 

lers? 

Were ihey not pork-but- ^h^i Iba^iu %u^uipiuilutlCutn^ * 
.rchers? ,j, .\rnhy} niov ' Vn-j^ boK 

Shall I not be a carlwright? ^^q^^ ^" uiujiiui^npb- , 

Will he not be a sailor? fl'i.^'zfor^ ^*" iwi-iuilutft , 

Shall we not be watermen? n'^^Y/l5'"^ yimctu^tuilu/pf, , 

Shall j'ou not be sohliers? fl'Z ^'d'2t^ t"*-^ ^puM^u/ti^, 

Will the^ not be cooks? [\''^b ii^ijf,'!, ingiu fun^iu^trp^ . 

Should I not be a steward ? ^tP'bsF'^ ^" ^lu^upuiuft-uw 

Would he not be a footman ? Q^V^/*" ^w «f»«.^4«"^<f«'4 i 

Would she not be a cham- l^ib'^b^b^ ^"* uttftubil/ii , ' 

ber-maid? it ':>t-i^t uh-h uj'jP 

Should you not be brewers? Qit^'bjt'i 't'*hg J^t't^^q^ »•«'-. 

Would ihey not be butlers? Qipf[>jfli^%nf,,utnuf7Cuuiiu*$Mfktnpt 

Ifhnuinmnnzu tuuuutUnG ttwijhq nn jtusltuju iltuphU ! 
' "»- 1 4 *h htouu . 

^ I* IgnP ni-PjiLbu tuMjunufill rAlrJU l^^'P*! ^f""^ t^utnJlumiu^ 

IfUilf P*y' It-I^P t il"n"B ^ qutb-uiitjujquAu 'linqpb JutpP-p if-f"-^ 

Zlfk^L' VP **pl^'*"k 'b P"ubjf" comey holdy bear y bid y tell^ lA^ 
tnu^tPb J*nuip.hfh-f_ quj^uA^u'iinjb'^M bccome ^ behold y forbear ^ 
forbid , foretell , L% » 

|» putllju nt-nhp jnp Jp LlrP J-UMilujitulpi tff.k-iu£^ bs^ * t/*c/- 
Jtnup^ untlitutnuinU It. u/ltuhiut i^lrnpajjli unpt t; , npufl^u tntruui^ 
uhu L. 'p anuqtui^p i$tbliutlinli puijb^ annu iiun.it$^int.il' liiuupJt 
lluMpn.trjuig, (mtu 'b f\*utu'ri ^\^)t ^^^"^^ ' '^ ' * :':'nilU 



— 246 — 



I bore 1 my sorrows with pa- 
tience, and he has not bor- 
ne his wilh the same resi- 
gnation. 

He beat^ all his enemies. 

We began 3 our exercise j^es- 

terdav, and jou have not jet 

begun jours. 
You bent^ jour course to 

England. 
They bereft^ me of all my 

properlj. 
I besought^ you to do it. 
He bid 7 me go hom ». 

We bounds two books. 
The dog that bit^ me, has 

not bitten you. 
Thej bled 10 me three limes. 
The wind blew ^^ so hard, 

that several houses were 

blown down. 
I broke *2 my leg, and he 

has broken his arm. 
He was bred *3 a scholar. 

We brought 14 him to reason. 
You built IS a verj fine hou- 
se. 
Thej- burnt 16 their fingers . 



pni-PlfiuJp , L.'tiui n^ftm^\<m\_ 

P IT III Jig. • 

^4tMf %ut qtuJh%iujli qt'-f* P'CZ^ 
^umJIiu . 

H^tt^m^ qJtt-iA • 

\n^uM 4^i•^^^^ lb" juiJh%ujb 
uututant-UMh^ n^ ^iTnq • 

\iu i^fmS^))-m^ It'll Ji hit(d-uti_ '^ 

tnnt.% . 
l]«M<^«ft«^M*i^ iJhp h-fil^ni-u ^Jfnu • ' • 

^nnXi UMjUu^liU nuJ-iL^ l2't.V'*'J ♦ 

\u>'(iitm\y^m>m iuifn.p jiiT L. %npuf 

\,iu tX);m^ hiiU. iiu^ul^hnmnt.^ 

[a-ptJb H^nnq • 
IP^ M<y«Mf i^Uui y» Jfiuiu • 



1 To bear , 2 To beat, 3 To begin , 4 To bend , 5 To be- 
reave , 6 To beseech , 7 To bid , 8 To bind , 9 To bile , 
10 To bleed, 11 To blow, 12 To break , 13 To breed , 14 To 
bring , 15 To build , 16 To burn . 



— 247 — 



I burst 17 into tears. 



^tJIVj-*; ^uitT L-*-i'-'; j"«/»* 



He bought 18 a fine horse. 

We cast 19 ourselves at his 
feet. 

You chose 20 a few English 
books, but you have not 
chosen the best. 

They came 21 jesierday, but 
ihej are not come lo-iiay. 

This lace cost 22 me twenty 
guineas. 

This opinion cre/>/ 23 insen- 
sibly into people's minds. 

The whole army was cut 24 
to pieces. 

Ele dealt 25 with me very ho- 
nestly. 

My father died^^ last year, 
and my brother has been 
dead these fifteen years. 

I did 27 him a great Kind- 
ness, and he has done me 
a great deal of harm. 

Four horses di'ew 28 his car- 
riage, and mine was drawn 
by two. 

I dreamt 29 all night long. 

We drank 30 ^our health. 



liylrg m^\m+ ntutii^iu Jhp tun. 
ninu 'linnuM • 

qwLUMUuifia 'p JJiutu J'niini^^^ 
n.lruib » 

utiQi , It. ^'up-t^up l"f "If" 4^'^^- 

tnuJUuAt uiila Irli a^ •t'**V'"L *» * 
input , L pifli jf V««L ^/» J^P" 



17 To burst, 18 To buy, 19 To cast, 20 To choose, 
21 To come, 22 To cost, 23 To creep, 24 To cut, 25 To 
deal, 26 To die, 27 To do, 28 To draw, 29 To dream, 
30 To drink . 

fKutqnt.t/* uAiLUMtT *[> ^j • opfiiiiu^Ut^ ilutphi/o i^fiupuilfin _ 
titutp'b liiuiT nq.ls-pujl£utuiiup lun. 'ft JhPp'f'pbllJinkb'^' <l'*"»l"*^**"^*i 



funinnpli-u*£U u^ta.^u^i^u^ll P'^JP^ 



— 248 — 

Youdrove^i him mad, and ^^i.^ irrVsW ^"" '^ pujp^nt.^ 

he has driven you out of his I3[,i.% , L %um i,mim^^mii^ ^hn_ 

house. •/, ufiu%k I'-itJk . 

Thev ate 32 a deal of bread, *\jn^iujnjn^^iuj\'^^\!U,u3fi_tf.nt^ 

but yon have eaten very mi/«/^u/l j^ycf iVfV-L 4ip • 
lillle. 

His reputation fell 33, and U^J**- ^u»2ju%nt^n,.piti.% %n^ 

every thing is fallen with it. /»«/ , it tuJh'iiutpi Jtb^ i^q. 'uJlu 

Theyfed^^ only upon rice, |]ti#.ij.^'u Ittn^uM ppi,Jnil LIf(^ L 

milks and herbs. ttu*[iutjyL L fLtJu^uifto^ • 

I feWo^ a great pain in my ^^j.-.^^ ^«/t. «/t6- '^ ^£f<-^ f«/*» 

head. 

Hefought^^ for the cause of (p».fj,.V-^ ^'«' '^ uiutmTCutiLu lu^ 

liberty. ijtuuini.pkut'ii . 

We found ^'^ every day some <]».,. ».*»^^m«^ «/i&^ ^o^ uMiIliiiuipi p^i_ 

new diversions. *iinftu/i,nft qni.iu[,7Cn,.pitt.%u . 

He flung 38 away his money. ^^-..^^V-j ^"" ^[tiuUh ftup . 

Your bird yZew 39 away, ami (d.fi.^oc% ^« P-^-V-.'- '^ /i"*^ , A. 

mine is flown loo. /i/^ A.*/ P.*-«w3V-l4» 

All his friends forsook ^^ wJi%u^% ptuph^uji^ %npiu i^^'u 

him j but I was forsaken t^UuM , u»ji_L hu l+V'-l^'Z^ j/'- 

f/iwa JhnJiiut.nn h'tuhoPfi^ • 
X^hjtl:;lp$ uiuuutl^iuif.npta «j««"j_c. 



even by my nearest relations. 
ll froze ^1 very bard yesler 

day; but it hasy/'oze/z har 

der to-day. 
He got^'^ riches and glory. 



Your brother gave ^3 me ten h'LP''U[» ./•" Vr t'''^ wuMu'b ^p^/l 
guineas, and you have g^tv'e/z L q.at. ^m>.^M^^lru 4/*^^- • 
me live. 

I went ** to his house, and ^h^-j^ '/» innt.% %nf,ui L %iu ft-., 
he was gone to the play. ^V-^l ^/» '^ [^uitn^u . 



31 To drive, 32 To eat, 33 To fall, 34 To feed, 35 To 
feel, 36 To fight, 37 To find, 38 To fling, 39 To fly , 40 To 
forsake, 41 To freeze, 42 To gel, 43 To give, 44 To go. 



— 249 — 

Your cousin grew ^^ rich, \j^popnpq.^ ^n\:il- M^uimnJit, 

and jou are grown poor. L n-nt. lV-'l^" utijjptum, 

I never heard *6 of such a 2^^ ^«r !•?««*. i-*-V«*L *yuuthl' 

thing. P'i* 

He Aic? ^7 his treasures ; but tr-^-^V-j ''"" if^u/bJu [n.p , m^^ 

where has he hidden them ? n^-p h"-b'\^'*'l ^ q^'f*" • 

You hit 48 it right. f^'"c*-ne f — iriV^Vf t^"*- ^'^if • 

They held^^ the dagger to \ngus mJi.\.yu qtini-p l*i.phu/it^'(, 

his throat. 4tp"U uiiupuM'iinjfi %npu* . 
I never ^Mri SO him. t-^-s*'' 0^.^^^-^ ^^.-V-l^*'* %«/!«. 

He kept ^1 his promise. fl|-«^V«««3 ^"« ^*-/' funumnuUh . 

We A'«ew S2 him before we ^mXm^m* Jtg ^um Jflii^i. i-m^ 

were known by him. t-*.jjV.-L 4««g '^ 'uJiu'ith • 

The rain has /aic? S3 the dust. \^tJtpL^i 5-J--J5 qi^n^'b • 

He Zec^ S4 in the path of vir- %'« -.i«-«.2}.-rTV-«: «/&^'^ ^i.^qu 

lUe, lun.u/pfi'bni.phiuU • 

We /e/if S5 it to jour choice. (3»-i.*f «/*^ fuu* '^ ^4^/» /^mpn^ 

p !>,.%. 

They Zen^Se us a great deal ^ f-V* Vf-^'** ^"g"* >Jtq^*It^ t^ 

of money. ^.m-JiMip utphrutPnj . 

1 Ze^ S7 him go out. p-t.f -j^'i^ hiufbhij. 

He Zaj S8 in the same bed (M.^-.jJ'-.vVj-*- ^«" '^ ^*^^«^«42<|^ 

in which I have Zom twen- jnftm-iT ^uu^fi^u £lJ«.|/Ji.V«#l 

ly times. 4^ ^« • 

We haveZoj<S9 our property, i^-f— i«if -j^^'^w i/fe^. 

You 7/iacZe 60 nie happy. \}p2j"'^l'k •'f^r^r hI'" ' 

They meant 61 no harm to us. fl^ ^•♦♦J'-.rtf^t %/i^f» t^utulri^Jt^* 

I me/t 62 him by chance. \^^i^uspi^u f^-t-) ^*/*«' • 

He paid 63 nae with ingrali- ^-l— 'r^'»•t-•^ Z*^*^ qut$MfiM^np^ 

tude. ^nuPftJii . 



45 To grow , 46 To hear , 47 To hide , 48 To hit , 49 To 
hold, 50 To hurt, 51 To keep, 52 To know, 53 To lay, 
54 To lead, 55 To leave, 56 To lend, 57 To let, 58 To 
lie, 59 To lose, 60 To make, 61 To mean, 62 To meet, 
63 To pay. , A^«^ *, \vvx.^i^«^ 



— 250 — 

We have put 64 even thing br*** niujyuutp, ft%^ jltL^tnt-it 

in its place. inh,ii.n2^, «. u(r» Kj ^ 

You have read 6S manj En- 0>««- c^P-VrrV-L ^" J"if"L ««^- 

glish books. ^^^/^^ ?'/'/'<' » 

Thej roc?e * 66 out with him %igu* VL^''• i^*t ^"^"* ( 'I' n'^**^ 

m his coach. t"U^L) 7' 4"*"-** ^■"»/»"' • 

The bells rang^'^ in the mor- ^^'it.f.uMli^ At^Vj^i* ju»n.u$i.o^ 

ning, and have ra/ig- again i#»«t.^ , 6. 4'i.i>.»#i. V^V^• Jfii-uufh^ 

in the afternoon. ^luiT jh-m ^uiuuipiu^ iut.ni.n . 

I roje 68 before jou were 3*^rV»'j ^" Jl>it^^ ^w*. ;-»f".-_ 

ri.yc/1. 5V»-L ^^/» • 

He ra/i 69 very fast, but you f^1.p-»,t.«;|. %«, u»putii.ut^nj% , pujju 

have rtt/i faster than he. -y.««- jyJ- tu[iut,^tMtgf.njii ou/it 

We*aici70inany silly things. f\#i/^«.fr pu»[fpu/ii2iu%utj /,^m 

You fflW 71 your friend last SV»tf 7-"*-^ iptu^h^uitT Jih(i 
night, and I have not seen juM^i^h^it.J' ttzj^pt , ^ ^« 

him. . ^iT <f«V»t"'t. ^*M# • 

They have always sought '^^ *o'!p""^iy» ^^tr lV'^l^^ 2^/?"^. 
after truth. mnt.pirtu% . 

I sold'^^ all my books. xi^iim,*.^^^ q,uJk%»j% ^^pi, ^iT, 

He jew/ 74 me a letter by the 1>.*"«^*V«*5 *«« ^W ^utdhs^ Jf, 

post. Pqfiutintupiui- • 

We set 73 ihe inkstand upon X^r*"* "^ iik'^'iu"*^'"V^ 'b 4^i>"t/ 
the table. t^-fiutuWuu/iMnJii , 

They have jftecZ 77 tears. ^ttJ"^ ^q^ut uipmuiuni-u . 

I have shewen liuiW shown 78 0"<-5t-'L V^" ^«/^ ir,ntfpJh,.piMJii 
him a great deal of kind- Jth^ . , 
ness. 



64 To put , 65 To read , 66 To ride , 67 To ring , 68 To 
rise, 69 To run , 70 To say , 71 To see , 72 To seek , 73 To 
sell, 74 To send, 75 To set, 76 To shake, 77 To shed, 
78 To shew IfuJ' show . 

\^^ttf.£[iuijlip 4l"C^^ IP'y* ^'^ ride ilututi ^2j"t"'J^irJ ' 



— 2ol — 



His arms shone 79. 

That tree has shot 80 out 

great branches. 
We shut^^ the door upon 
hira. 
You have JW7ig-82 a very pret- 
ty song. 
Thev sat 83 down to table at 

five o'clock. 
I slept ^^ very soundly. 
He smelt 8S it at a distance. 
We spoke ^ English, this 

language is now spoken all 

over Europe. 
You have spent 87 all your 

money. 
They spit 88 a great deal of 

blood. 
There is a report spread^^ 

about the town. 
I stood 90 to my opinion. 
He stole ^^ my watch, and 

would have stolen my mo- 
ney. 
We struck 92 him on the 

head. 
They swore 9* my ruin, and 

I have sworn to forgive 

them. 
I took 95 his advice, and I 

wish he had taken mine. 



JLh'uiJhh'u * 
i^m\\:'j<Mf qn.nt.ttA fftii^^tstT "bn^ 
put • 



J-tuJht. • 
\\utpti h-iuUnuiAkut^yU^^'^ • 

iLqnL. Ihc-VjV-'L k ««/«'«/* l^t 
tj****V*Vo Vf qujJh%njjli q.nuiJit Pit . 
P«f p« %fipiu ittnj. lUfiJtiA • 

t^UM^I » 

C^mi^i^m- ijJ" uiJui^nj^ /i#/* L. ^*^ 

^iMfMtf Jhp qhuM f^'l- tf-fnt-fiA * 
\j^>fmtmmU Ibit^ut *ft ^itftitt-uut ftiTt 

fttu , L lituJkfi qb ^ ^'" t^Vr 



79 To shine, 80 To shoot, 81 To shut, 82 To sing, 
83 To sit, 84 To sleep, 85 To smell, 86 To speak, 87 To 
spend, 88 To spit, 89 To spread, 90 To stand, 91 To steal , 
92 To strike, 93 To strive, 94 To swear, 95 To take. 



— 282 — 



He taught 96 vou ihe !Bnglish 
language. s"^ "•*«• 

We tore 97 several books, bbl 
we have not torn jours. 

You told 98 nie a very enter- 
taining storj. 

It is well thought 99. 

They threw ^^O a stone at me, 
and might have thrown me 
down. 

I wore 101 a green coat , 
which is now quite worn 
out. 

He wejJt^^ bitterly. 

You won 103 his money. 

Whilst they wrote 104 two 
pages, I could have written 
twenty. 



^U0nfi anuutn7Ciu^nt.nu • 

I 

l^fl;!? hu aa.hruui JJt IfuMbuiyf tin 
uMiKTiT iuJyhh.^ttt fiuli Sm^m\^ 4* * 



96 To leach , 97 To tear , 98 To tell , 99 To think , 
100 To throw, 101 To wear, 102 To weep, 103 To win, 
104 To write. 



A»'A''Vv? ^*i ^w-^^'^^y^ 






?isno5 i)f kX^X'U 



<^ A ^m^ 






— 283 



b iiOP-nhfJ-bh^ 



BMhd bh yOJ-WhPflhP'bm.S 'i.mh'b 

'A "linuiu : ,. , ' , 



f\U.6«f . 




To abide 


b^ 


To abound 


with 


To abscond 


from 


To accept 


of 


To account 


for 


To acquie- 
sce 
To acquit 

one's self 
To act 


in 
up-to 


To admit 


of 


To adorn 


with 


To adfise 


with 



OP^^»u•''*^* 



. ./r 



To 



igree 



ibout 



I abide by what I sav, 
France abounds with fruits. 
You a6jcowc?yrow justice, 
I accept of a. crown from^ou, 
1 account for thai, 

^ni-^uMhy$r atntuui'ZCtuii.u uitun 

I acquiesce in it, 

^ uit-uA^iT f^if- *yi- • . ^; oT 

I acquit myself in that affair, 

Thej- act up to their principles, 

q. np hr h'li jiinnp L.n Iruiba ul£apu/itq • 

I admit of that, 

I adorn with flowers, 

I advise with my father, 

tdJh* 

Thej agree about that, 

yyJtiufiUib^'b %qpui p^n- *y • 



— 254 — 



To aim 

To allow 

To animad- 
vert 
To answer 






at 
of 



on 
for 



To apologize lo-for 



To approve 


of 


To argue 


from 


j 


,of 


1 
To ask 


\ for 
) after 


To aspire 


after, at 


To alone 


for 


To attend 


on 


To awe 


into 


To babble 


oat 


To bail 


out 


1 

To bale 

< 


i up 

'. out 


• "W H 


....... .^v 



I \im at thai, 

I allow of that, 

He animadverts on my conduct, 

I answer for a ibing, 

^lumiMtuluu/lilfJ' ilait^i ftphs • 

I apologize to j'ou for my error, 

i^pjtufu/lituqu • 

I approve of your conduct, 

^iui.U3bp$r ptiH- i^iuqu Off • 

I argue from yovxv sj-stem, 

fsujnpusn.fiif* 

I asked of h'lm, 
I ask for a guinea, 
I ask after jour son, 

He aspires after honour, 

He atones for his sins, 

I attend on this gentleman^ 



ff.J- 



tUIUUU UM 



ujuJJ,li , 



V"'^^V^' 



I awe him into silence, 
He babbles out nonsense. 
He bailed out his friend, 

He bales up his cloth, 
He bales out ihe boat. 





— 


25d — 


p-ce-f . 




OPW,'^^** 


To bar 


up 


He bars up his door, 


To bargain 


for 


You bargain for a horse, 


To bark 


at 


The dog barks at you, ' 


To barrel 
To bask 


up 
io 


^nJb'lt ^us^k tl^kut ^nj , 

You barrel up pork, 
I bask in the sun. 


To bawl 


out 


I bawl out, 


To ba^ 


at 
in 


The dog bays at me, 
I am in the wrong, 




io-for 


1 am in for it. 


To be < 


out'with 


I am out with him, 




out 


I am out. 




\ 
hard-upon 


\u*uplii/' tru • 

He hears hard upon me. 


away 
awaj 
down 


\uuuiut^njiiu tjla^rb d}"t b" * 

He hears away the prize, 

^ufbjt qilnqujbujiflt . 

The ship bears away. 
He bears down upon me. 


To bear * 


/ down 
down 


He bears me down in thai, 

\> q-kJh 1,'bA utbrh • 

The ship bears down upon us, 




into 


The ship bears into the port, 


.A^^ 


off 
off 


He fcearj q^'his prej. 
He bears off. 


• v\rjf J. 




], fSMy ^^««/ , i/H^b • 



— 2o6 — 



fVU-S-f . 


'blMfO.'bpnK 


Ol*b\i3.^*B. 






P•^^1,'B . 


i 
You hear on me, 




i on, 


upon 




out 




3/1W ih%nL.u . 

He hears out his conduct, 




out 




This part of the building hears 
out. 


bear < 


towards 


He hears towards us, 



To beat 



through 

up 

with 
back 
down 
up 

out 
about 




My conduct will hear me 
through^ 

He hears up against misfortune, 

I hear^ with jour bad temper, 
Thej heat hack the enemy, 
You beat down his price, 

\^nt-tuayant-DtubI;p ^q.^% %nnuM • 

We beat up the quarters of the 
enemj, 

'btudhuia • 

Thej beat out his brains, 
Thej beat about, 

^Kiitiuifinjnnnlilf'iii— ^t-gniuiiht-tit 

I beckon to him with my hand, 
They beg for peace, 

Yo^H-pl^'lt a^uMnuii^t-PptJi « 

I beg of you to do it, 



267 — 



p.o.e'f . 



To bethink 

one*s self 

To beware 

To bind 

To blab 

To blame 

To block 

To blot 



TobU 



>t^lMM d\ 



*i,o.i«D.'»-pnK 






To bellow out 

To bestow upon 



of 
of 

up 

out 

for 

up 

out 

out 

up 

down 

off 



\ 



To blubber with 
To blunder out 
To blush for 



•j.i 



iivT 



He bellows out. 

Nature had bestowed upon her 
such beaulj, 

I bethink myself of ih&i, 
I will beware of that, 
I bind up my leg, 
He blabs out the secret, 
I blame you for that, 
Thev block up the fort, 
I blot out your name. 
He blows ou^ his brains, 

They blow up the magazine, 
The wind blows down the house. 
The wind blows off my hat, 

The storm blew over. 



^U//f 



tTpplillb 



She blubbers with weeping, 

W*.n,nt.juAk quijinu [tup jUf(t, 
uiuJUnL.lr£nj • 

He blunders out a word, 

inj , pioup utbpinpCfpi^uipuMp • 

He bluslies for shame, 
17 



— 2i5« — 



To blush at 

To bluster ai, about 



To board in 

To boggle at 

To border on 

To bottle up 

To branch out 
To brawl about 

To brazen out 

/ asunder 
out-of 
ont-ioto 
off 



To break 



/i>«^UM^, 



forth-ioto 

inlp 
in-upou 

through 



up 



.v>. .-.Y 



He blushes at that. 

He blusters at \'»S about that, 

l^t '"Jt • 

He boards in roj house, 

He boggles at that, 

That borders on destruction, ^f 

1 bottle up beer, 

The tree branches out, ,^ 

He brawls about that, 

\\ umilI; , a./T^4 flutub utjup • 

He brazened out ibe business, 
He breaks asunder. 
He breaks out o/" prison, 
He breaks out into a passion. 
He breaks off the negociation. 

He breaks forth into an excla- 
mation. 

He breaks into a house, 

(Kn.%p 'p uinLit nt-ptrg Jutui^k • 

He breaks in upon our conver- 
sation. 

He breaks through the wall. 

He breaks up the meeting, j 



— 259 — 



p.U.B'f- 



To break 

To break- 
fast 
To brealhe 

To breed 

To brim 



To bring 



To brisk 



I' 



iown 



upon 
out 

up 

up 

/ about 

away 

off 

forth 

on 

over 

under 

in 

out 

up 

up 

up 
down 



up 



He breaks down a hedge, 
I breakfast upon eggs, 
He breathes out curses. 
He breeds up his child, 
I brim up the glass, 

yyint-ti* qpLUKf-uil^lt • 

I bring about that, '- *■ 

I bring away the prize, "^ *** 
I bring him off. 
She brings forth a child, 
Bring him ow his waj, (/'«-/» • 
I bring him over to mj side, 

Qptf liitifph Jtq.kir ahut • 

I bring him under, 

I irmg- him i/i, 

I fermg* that out. 

She brings up a fashion. 

She brings up a child to good 
manners, ,^ ^-^ 

fle brings up the rear. 

He brings down his enemies, 

He brisks up, '-^ '^^ 



— 260 — 



To brood 

To brush 

To bubble 
To bud 
To build 
To bunch 
To bundle 
To buo7 



To burn 



To burst 



To busj 
one's self 

To butt 



over, upon 

b^ 
up 

up 

out 

up 

out 

up 

up 

awajf 

to 

up 

oat 

with 

forth 

into 

with 
at 



He broods over his monej, 
He brushes away. 
He brushes by me, 

He brushes upy 

The water bubbles up. 



.>!• 



% h, 



The tree bads out, 

^jMun^t p.niijp.n9u iunAiul^i; • 

He builds up a house, 

That bunches out, . 

He bundles up his clothes, 

Xj*niunt; a£,utll t^hpiu fit-p • 

He buoys up his friends, 

b'-P"3 ' 

The wood burns away, 

^uiiuilt arutpin • 

The wood burns to ashes^ 



4)*«,» 



»2^i 



.b'u/it^ 



It is burnt up, 

It is burnt out, 

He bursts with envy , 

}J*iif^i tuiu 'UiufuiMtUJtnuli * 

He bursts forth. 
He bursts into tears, 

lat-h'uAfi lutputiuuni-u • 

He busies himself with my af- 
fairs, 

The ram butts at me. 



— 201 



|\O.B-f 



To button 



To buj 



To call 



'\' * 



at 

fot 

op 






op 
off 
up 



into 



/ « 



in 



oflf 
aside 



fortb , out 



out-lo 



to 



to 



upon 



He buttons up his coat, 
He buys off his son, ^^ , z^- 

He iajj up all the provisions, 
He Jttjj over all the members, 

\ ' utinklbiu^uMiu • 

He i>«jf i/ito the armj, 



puniuilftib » 

He fettjj i/i goods, 
CaZ/ i/z that man, 
You caZi irt question, 

Qt-n/^pusju ^luiliupfiu \mS ^Jipu » 

You ca/Z off my attention, 

fKiuaJliuiu ifttt^'i* qni-ytiiniuju * 

You call aside jour son, 

|» 1^ [[nqXi lin^hu ^/»7-^ ^i* • 

He ca/Zf /br/ft ihe militia, 
He caZZj ott^ to me, 
He calls to mind. 
He calls me to account. 
He calls on jou. 

You call upon me, 
You caZZ a^ mj house. 
You call for me. 
You caZZ me m^, 



262 — 



p-Tve-P. 


•bB.i-o.n-pflh 




IJ-hMiHt , 




up 


To call < 


/ down 


,ti 


1 


To care 


for 


To carp 


at 


tVt.\ .v..\c\.«. 


awa^ 




on 




over 


To carrj 


through 




off 




about 

1 "P 




awaj 




out 




down 


To cast 




.i»i. J0)'«. 


forth 




off 



off 



vmU tj V 



To catch 



) "P 



You call me up. 

You call me down, 

Call over your campanj, 

He does not care for me, 

He ca7j)s at that. 

He carries away my money, 

He carries on the war, 

I carried you over the river, 

U//an(.an trotrq pfiit- tt-huth • 

He will cany himself through. 
He carried o^your daughter, 

^uiiptuiphuiu qit.ni-uinn on * 

I carry no money about me, 

^^nhiT plin- (lU t/n-nutif . 

He eajif w;> his account, 
He co^^j awaj his money. 
He casts out the disaffected. 
He ca.y^j c?ow« his friends. 

He casts forth his beams. 
He ca^iJ o/This old friends, 
He casts ojf ihe dogs, 
They caicA a^you, 
They catch up a stick, 

\^fi.1Sr/>c^ '^ Jtt-tLU aa.tuuiuquiU • 



— 265 — 



p.o.e-f 









To cavil at 

To chalk out 

To charge with 




To cloud 
To cobble 

To come 



I 



with 
in-with 



up 

to 

off 



They cavil at the judgement, 

^utu^t^u iMfuitntuufuu/Ft^ 'A iLuiinu • 

They chalked out a line, 

1 charge you with ^his crime, 

I am charmed with that, 
Thej cheer up their soldiers, 

"[iipuMfunuul/lt qqopu ^i.nhtuha » 

Thej clap up a bargain. 
They clear away the rubbish, 

f» p-u/a piunJbu/lt q^ninnnu • 

They clear up the affair, 

'\ni-utupu/bh% appli . 

He cleaves off a branch. 

He cleaves it asunder. 

He climbs up the tree, 

He clings to me. 

He closes up the space, 

He closes with me. 

He closes in with my proposal, 

The sky is clouded over. 

He cobbles up the affair. 

He is come ^o, 

\jjtuuta f intriip bin • 

He comes off, 

fum-utuihl; . 



-- 264 — 



(M3.S*f 






To 






)on 
To complj with 

To conoire at 
To eoDsist of 

To consult about 



To cook 
To cope 
To cord 
To cork 

To cover 

To count 
To cow 



To cry 



up 

with 

up 

up 

up 

o?er 




.'/,•-■ 

How did jou come by it ? 
Thej come upon me, 

\^lliuibl^i '^ 4!^P"*J ^*/* • '^ 

He complies with the will of God, 

^ufMumtu^I^ iuu$i»nuuibruJjUi* ^u»_ 

I connive at vour faults, 

His arm^- consists of infantrj 
and cavalrj, 

1« qopu Ibnniu tLnb ^hmliM^^o L. 

I have consulted you a2»ou^ that, 

You cooli up that prettilj, 
You cannot cope with him, 
You cord up wood, ' 

A^tuufhu qthutjmu $nutpiaibifL. • 

You cork up a bottle. 
He covers up his plants, 
He covers over his design, 

He counts up his gains, \ 

He cows down his brother, 
He cries out to me to stop, 
He cries out against me. 
He cries up his goods, 

^u/tiituManuqu/bl^ a^iu^CiuiLU tit.n. 

He cried down my goods , 



— 265 — 

/ unto He cried unto God, 

^'^'^^ ) out He cried out, "^ 

up He cuts up a fowl, 

out He cuts out a coal, 

q^ / down He cm^j down a tree, 

off He CM^J off my arm, 

awav He cuts away ihe branches, 

to I o?ea/ ihe cards to vou, 

in He deals in political mailers, 

To deal \ Xfli^Jhi-fi/ ^^^ *p ^-*»i^ift-»^ 

with , hy You deal ill with me, 

To dine upon, on I dine upon tish, 

To dish up I dish up ihe meal, 

To dispense wilh I dispense with thai, 

^luMbq utrulihW autjiin*- • 

away 1 do away that objection, 

^lunuUnuT p pu*q tjufjH- ij.*rni.§ti^ 
pnt-fS-ptJti • 

over I do over my shoes with blacking, 

To do < (yh-u/lthiruLiuubJtnil_ aJhi.'SCtn^u* 

off I do off my boots, 

on I do on my stockings i, 



niA^'U inL-qfi , U. utpi ^iuil»un.omuiit.pni.p-triuJp • anp oplthiuti To 

doff, To don. 



2G6 — 



p.u.e'p 







W i 



along 
asunder 



Todi 



in 
on 



out 



out 



'"■ 


up 




near 
off 


To dream 


of 


To dress 


up 


( 


awaj 


To drink 


in 


oT im.i^- i 


down 



k'l.JfJhu.%^. 



I do up my bundle, 
I have done with that. 
You dote upon her, 

\]fipLu t^Uui UtUMfttflJulJp. . 

You draw away my friends, 

He draws along his leg, 
He draws ihem asunder. 
He draws in the ignorant. 
He draws on ihe enemv. 
He draws over the poor, 
He draws out the lime, 

Qkp^ujp^ gfj-uijiu^iulfli , on 'fi jOf 

He draws out the armj, 
He draws up his soliliers, 
He draws near us, 

X^hpJth'iiuij uin. db 

He draws off, 

I dream of you last night, 

lou dress up vour children, 

l| utpji qiupi^iunls-u qju/lt ^n l^t u an - 

He drinks away his fortune, 
He drinks in an error, 

^Jii-pfi *lt dhitun liuMphr^ii . 

He drinks down all, >r. 



r^. 



267 — 



f\».6'r. 



To drink 



To drive 
To drop 



^l^MVhPnK 


OnM.ivM-f . 


l^>^^,«l». 




off 


He drinks off his glass, 




^tuJk tfjp.utfl- UMlfit • 


out*of 


He drinks out of a glass, 




QjLfi^ 'P fiusJ'uilik'b . 


iiwaj , off 


He drives away the enemj. 




iluM'itk iPihuiJlTb . 


out 


He drives out his wife, .i\ - ; 




XS^hpJk, 4-U^4/i^K'- 


on 


He drives us on. 




Quin.iu2_ Juttnni-QUihl; \mS ^uipk 




HlP"L' 


in , into 


He drives us m, 




lP/»t.6^«ii>/4 iiJhtiJ'f, %tpfii . 


in 


I dropped in at dinner time, 




VP*»^ '^ ^ihpgu 'fi TCiu ^1 J uiJht^ . 


off 


He drops off . 




\ylrn.u/l,lt "liut . ' ^ 


out 


He c?ropj out^ 



To eat up You eat up the loaf, 

(\t.uilru aCfUioh lujpni^ • 

To exposlu- I expostulated with him upon 

late with-upou that subject, 

^utliif.uMinhauij vun. %iu tlutuu 

•^•^» A / down , out He yacec? om/ ihat slorv. 

To face \ ' 4h'Hl- ' 

about ^e^ faced about, 

down He falls down, 

to I fall to, 

on Fall on. 

To fall / \]lfftqpli tuniu . .J 

in-with I/^^^ ^^ wi^A an old companion, 

'^ 4/'^ b-u/tioP^ftau . 

^t^\vil I from ^e falls from his word. 



268 — 



f<n 



fice-f . 


%}i.Y>M'Vnh 




P-hh-u^P . 




i off 


To fall 


/ out-of 


To fawn 


r 

upon 


To fend 


off 




awaj 


. '!JI ! 


down 




in 


To fetch < 


i off 



OP^^o.'^•* 



To fill 
To find 

To fit 
To flaunt 

To fling 



up 

up 
up 
out 

out 

up 

about 

awaj 

awaj 

down 



His friends /aZZ 0^, 

^iupklfmJh 'linjttu [3-niintJt Ant* 

Mj money fell out of mj hand, 

Ue fawns upon me, 
defends off the blow, T 

He fetches away every thing, 
He fetches down their pride, 

He fetches us in, 

He fetches himself q/T? 

I have fetched up what I had 
lost. 

Fetch up my hat, 

^wp 'b 41^1* i^^***i'^ fitT' 

1 fill up the glasses, 

I have found out the secret, 

I* 'Uff'U ^utufi ^luiptAni-P-hiuii 
Jtpiujii . 

Be fits out a ship. 
He fits up a house, 

^tupq.utp^ qtnnt^ Jfl . 

She flaunts about, 
He flings away, H«t oi' 

He flings away his raonej, 
He flings down his arms, 





— 


269 — 


fM3.6-ft. 




0<'>>'^^'* • 




f off 


I fling off my friends, 


.^y...^:%^. 




K.. 




oat 


Ee flings out, 


To fling 


oat 


He is flung out. 




up 


Ee flings up his commission. 




awaj 


They fly away. 




.-! 


\uyu miuii . 




about 


The news flies about. 


•j -v. 




*b"c*"Lr*-pe ^'i^'ti ' 




out 


She flies out, . 

The bird flies out of the cage. 


Toflj 


out 






{^n.^i^i% [uni-uh '/» tla!lin.»ulil^ . 




off 


he flies off, 




in 


He flies in my face. 




\ 


\Xj,^uAJ^ ^u , P^usJiJUk . 


To fold 


up 


I fold up a letter. 


To follow 


up 


Ee followed up his blow, 


1 


oat 


Ee forced out his neighbours. 


To force < 

1 


■" 


Ee forced them i«. 


To frown 


at, on 


\ frown at him. 


To furl 


up 


They furl up the sails, 

n-utiuutuinuli • 


To gad 


up and down 


You g'ac? a;o awci c^ovvn, 




aboat 


Uj"/* «"^'^/» j^*PuAujj^ . 


To gel 


, awaj 





— 270 



p.U.8-f 



To get 



A.r 



To give 



*(,iMuD.«bpnK 


OP^'^i^5•'^^' • 


l».^^'u^i . 


J .'•♦in 'if44»A 


abroad 


I get abroad, 




\fiu3%lrj' 'P uttu'bk'b . 


bv 


1 get hy that, 




l\jM#,i.^a#4^ j; o^»n\,dJbttutuik»' 


down 


I get down. 




l^lu/blnr. 


from 


I get from him, 




\uniLutir, (^un^tir ^tuUXU ItJ' 




'P iJLAi^ . 


io 


1 get in. 




X^iniu^tkiT* 


out 


I get out. 




Xj^uLhtT '^ ^nt.ftu . 


up 


I get up. 




QianAt^iF , qiai,[3%nt.ir , [* 




4h^p hfut'l.yj'. 


off 






on 


I get on. 




Qu,n.,u^Jluui^J', 


before 


I get before. 




fYl,,rus^f,u.^ ^^^«r. 


behind 


You get behind. 




Qtru,nj tiuy^ , uAui^uMlik^ . ,^X 


along 


Get along. 




Qusn.u.2_JLju.lip. ^X 


through 


I get through it, 




^b,u%Pu,} i^HiP, 


above 


I get above him, 




f\ylrpuMi^'li^hJ' ^utli 1^1 lu . .,\ 


up 


I give up my interest, 




^f,utJ-iuph,r jJiJi'J Zlf^ni.^ . 


over 


I ffive over all, r 



forth 

over 

out 






I give forth, 

^pUtUfUMpiJul£lT*r» 

Give over, 

^\>UMn.uinnuta , uthuiu • 

He gives out. 



l.*8 oT 



— 271 



f\lJ.6* 



To ei 



give 



To go 






/ about 



'U-^i' 



He gives away mone^ , 

I give off, 

I go about that, 

Go along. 

You go astray, 

\T"iS'ct^ t"*^ • I oT 

You go away, 

I go by your instructioD, 

I go by your house, 

I go for jfour servant, 

XfpP'UMii' ^/bi^nhi ah^utn-tuj At-p • 

J go off, 

You go out, 

It grows near the time, 

That grows into fashion, ', ^'T 

]« "bnniuJtLu ^uMiIujpfi lupi^. * 

That grow* out of fashion, 
That grows towards its end, 

Xy^lrpi 4 '^ iliufuTCutii fit-p . 

That tree grows up fast. 
He hangs upon my hands, 
He hangs about her neck, 

\^^uMiih , Jiiunp atuiunuiisnaiut. 
%np4U . 

He hangs down his head, 

\utAutn^lmant.au^s^ atLtni^ pi.p • 

He hangs out his flag, 



— 272 — 



f^ive-f . 




OOh'oTJ.'J'f . 


To hang i 


up 


He hangs up his hat, 




l^iu/uk ^lluiufi^ ^,.p . 


To hanker 


after 


He hankers after her, 


To happen 


upon 


I happened upon it, 


To harp 


at 


He harps at me, 


To have 


at 


1 will have at him. 


To heal 


up 


His wounds heal upf 


To hear 


out 


I will hear out j'our tale, 


^' 


1 down 


I help jou c?ow«, 

Qta-I, U.U.J' Jth^j^lus^t^^, 


r,--^*- - 


up 


I Z^eZp him u^. 




forward 


I Zie//? him /orwarrf, 

QuSILUi^ tltUphlT tjUuM . 




into 


I help ^ou iwto the house, 

^hn% muMiT ^hii_ J'uMut'Uhi_ '^ 


To help < 


out 


You ^e/^ me oa^, 


■ ; 




You fteZ/? him over, 


-a 


OTcr 






Qtj^ihu "btTut uihQuhihri_* 




on 


All thing helps on towards his 
undoing, 

\^Jh%ujpt 'ft ^n(tni.uui %mtuM 

^%U>[,f, . 




to 


Help me to something, 

^utuinuMUuttut UiiJ I*l*>*^* 




off 


I cannot hit off his name, 

n^ jtz^iT qu^nt^ %npuM . 




1 upon 


I hit upon the man I want. 


To hit < 


\ 


f\,uiiu'Llfirnujiih np uflimnj k t'*'^ * 




1 on 


He hit on the way. 




^- 


tpu.^%. 



— 275 — 



pil%8-(i 



•V'i'"*»' 



To hold 



forih 



m 



.\,,.^ > 



off 



out 
up 
with 
for 
out 
after 
down 
To intrude on 
To jest at 

away 



To hope 



To hunt 



^1 in 



To keep 



at 

asunder 
down 
off 



OOh^lJ.^'*^ 



He holds forth, ■ 
He holds in his hand, 
He holds off the eneraj, 
He holds on. 
He holds out his hand, 
He holds up his head, 

\^flp.ustubtuj Ifl^*-P' l"-p * 

He holds with you, 

I hope for it, 

I hunted out the waj, 

I hunt after joo, 

We hunted down a hare, 

{\pUUtqiUP itUUftdtUUttulJl Jp • 

He intrudes on us, 

^uunuAj^ ^u/b Jbp juA^k*^" • 

You jest at that, 

I Aeep awaj from vou, 

I keep in my reasons, 

^lUJjuAlri/' qiMutmlCutn.u piT* 

I keep out the enemy, 
I ^ee;? ai it, 
I keep them asunder. 
You ^ee^ him down, 

"^nbiup^hani-auMbl^a tWUM • 

You keep off the enemj, 
18 



? 



— 274 — 



under 



To keep 



.*^«^\*luvV^fe^ 


down 






To knock ^ 


off 


..wV* 


on 




under 



al 



To laugh 



*" — ^" 

1 


i out 




V 

1 forth 


To launch < 


\ out 


.u,.^^,f.., J 


f 


1 


/ down 




"P;t>7 




Lift 


To laj' i 


1 out 




about 




against 




. a$idc 


• »^*«'^«»»x<V^>jy u. 


■^V.'V'^^^* " 



You keep him under, 
Keep on, 

tLtmUM • 

Be knocks down evevy one, 
He knocks off his chains, ' ^ 
He knocks off their pav, 

^uiutu/b^ qP^n^ut^ 'linaiu . 

They knock him on the head, 
He knocks under, 

^'hujtfuAq.p , utbJilliininnun f^f* • 

I laugh at vou, 

He laughs out. 

He launches forth in vour 
praise, 

He launches out into a long 
detail, 

I lay down my arras, 

|« piuq iLbhiT qa^Uu jtlT* 

I lay up kutJ' by monej, 

I lay in a store, 

I lay out my monej, 

I lay about me, 

I lay a crime against yon, 

1 lay aside my money, 



— 275 — 



f\U.8«l« 



*i|,lMwO.T'PnK 



-,O''^^'0•^'^'• •>»-«/» 



. ^^--i 



To lay 



To let 



To lie ' 



To light 
To lock 



oa.fl) \\\i 
down v>o 

Aa. 

io, into 

off 
off 
out 
out 
dowQ 

vOUt 

up 



#. 



I Zaj that to you, 
I lay on him, 

.\ ^tunliuAhiT i^ui , utuitntuliyiT • 

Aoo\ ie^ c?ow« this barrel of wine 
,^^tV„: into the cellar, 

^ - "bymnilttli • 

I Ze^j'ou irt^o the house, 

, * , ^nnni.tr oyaJuttubhfJft 

;^,ov- You let me i«. 
You Ze^ o^a gun. 
You let him o^. 
You Zei him om^, 
I Ze^ out my horse i , 
1 lie down, 
She Ziej in, 

|» *nqiujuMp.ynu I; • 

^ He Ziej ouf, 

I Zig-/«^ up the fire, 



Ublru t^Ut 



liBOf oT 



on , upon I Zig-^^ upon hit 



up ^.ilO 

out 



^mutUyW ahiu num q.ftuiiu^ • 

I loch in my dog 
He locks up the box, 
He locks me otti. 



M/(i4- ui^f^ tltupAt-£nj ficftit • fiu^ to hire , «/» luiuiinL. q^p% *^ 
^iuptint. : 



276 — 



M K 

To look 






To mark 



To make ( 



To ^meddle with 

4' O^yVy -^v.vr:. 



' after I look after jou, < 

into I look into that, 

out-for I look out for a servant, 

Juptq-pt-iP h-utit-uij JJt . 

out I look out of the window, 

aboat I look ahout^ 

[\pnlih-il* f^iif. tudlihutpi ilutipu • 

about Look about you, 

for I look for you, 

over I look over the wall, 

^"Ut*^ 't il^cni-uui npilnjU . 

over I make over my fortune to jou, 

awaj-with He makes away with himself, 

awaj , off I make off, 

out I make out an account, 

up-fop 1 make up for ihsii, 

up I make up a coat, 

«p-to I make up to him, 

up Make up this letter, 

out 1 make out, 

Jj'^u/ii t if iunuiittpu • 

in I make in, 

\J*inuAh-ir *fi Iblrnpu * 

out I mark out your duly. 

He meddles with this affair. 



— 277 



f\U.8-f 






.MJt i-rA''Orw#M* • >(if}.'\ 




,«T 



away 

by...,.,.. 
To pass /along, on 



over -Hi 

r?^*'* / away 
To pay 2 down 



I melt down gold, 

^nt-ihiT nul/fi • I 

They muster up^ f 

They mutter out some words, 

They nail up the cannon i , 

He nurses me «/>, 

He opened upon me. 

That originates with you. 

He packed oJf\ 

He packed up his clothes, 

I parcel up goods, ' 

\j»nutpli-ii' iluiTCtuiLU • 

I part with yon. 

The time passes away, 

l^auAf; srnui/uAtupt • 

I pass by there, 
Pajj 071, 

«I have passed that over, 

X^ihnjP' iupuMnp auijuJtubt; • 

I pay away money, 

I /jflj c?ow/i money, ' j 'iT 

^luuinuautiik-tf itiu*inputum , yM«%'„ 



1 fV%r^4 ^int-npiu^utti puinA k To Spike cannon < 



— 27a — 

(for . 'Wo\> i\<i\\ I pay for my house, am oT 
„, , off '.v\:Tcr r I /3aj q^ mj servant, ;♦;•• '^T 

off Ipajq/Ta bill, 

■^\J7Cu*plrir titj^nfuiu^ui^uti^Jip . 

in You peep in, T 

out You peep out, /! 

Zfiyjipi uininuipu • 

rp 1 over You peep over, a»qo oT 

up You peep up, >lftai||m oT 

^ujjp^ p ilhpauum • 

at You peep at me, 

^"Ulig l^'t b" ' ,{ 

/ down )v\^ I have pewwec? that c?ow«5 

To DCD y vn« A.v« \,iuj%,ulikjf, .juju . 

P 1 in, up I pew «^ mj sheep, i-ij ^X 

/ out I pick out this man, #K|f •T 

To Dick y p-^^^ t'^/^^ . 

J up -j^v.^ I joicA up this pen, 

ottt You piece oi/if your lime. 

To piece I up You piece up your coat, 

.r,iv» , , / up .vmoTli^.. I plaster up the hole in the 

I wall, 

To plaster c ]u1>««.tr ^6-u/i( npJh/it . 

i over He plasters over the affair, 

To plaj? on He pZajj o/i the fiddle, '^ oT 

i> ^utplitubl; qJ^ • 

To plough up ^«u<^.f fO You plough up your field, 

^npi^lru qt-p^fip on . 

To pluck off ^ You pZucA' oJT' the feathers. 



279 — 



p-ce-p 









i't-w-S 




i\\^*jnvM(^ ^ 



You pluck out his eyes, 

"^u/tru qui^ 'bnfiui • .7 

You pluck up the plant, ' 

You pocket up the money. 

He points at jou, 

He points out the man, i ^T^ 

He pojii* 1//3 a papper, 

The rain pours down^ "^I ' ^' 

He pours out the wine, 

He preaches up sedition, ' 

'i^iunnqk atjLUMi.utbu , ^Jp.nuinnL.^ 

He presides over an assembly, 
I pressed on him to come. 
He presses down the corn, 
I prevailed on him to come, 
I prevail with him to drink, 
I prevailed against him, 

<\,/rnutquAnirqli ^u/ft qhtu • 

He pttZZ^ flwaj my hand, 

a-^4 q^hn.% (.W.^ 

He paZTf c?own the church, 

jij rtdj oini ^vH\fle paZ?f in his hand, 
off ^ c\vu\ ')^e pwZZj o^'his boots. 



— 280 



f\ij.e*. 


«i,o.i"0.n.pnh. 




P•^M.•f . 




/ off 




I . ., 4,..a<. 


To pull 


/ oat 




f "P 


• A^, 


/ up 


To pump 


( QMt 



O^^^.o■»^•*^ 



■i-bdi^ 



To punish wilh 

.1, 

up 

To purse J "P 



,?idtn 



To put 



about 

awa^ 

b^ 

dowu 

down 

forth 

forth 

in 

into 



in-fop 



He pulls off his hat, 

He pulls out his ejes, 
htik ifif fi^p • 

He pulls up a tree, 

^u/ifj^ ituMit. lift jtupJiumnu • 

We pump up water, 

JfunautL. \ • 

You have pumped out the se- 
cret, 

Qiujuititrqlrn , 'p 'l^P ""'-f'P Pis- 

He was punished with death, 
You purse up naonej. 
She purses up his mouth. 

You put about the news, 

^uiJpiMtt.hu • 

He puts away his books, 
He puts by what he earns, 
I put down my gun, 

^yuthlT *J$ iliujn a^nutquMlib ftlT* 

I put him down, 

\anfi'up^y^nt-aujtbhir mhut • 

He puts forth a proposal, 

Yuftq-^p tun.uj2t tunliutbl; • 

The trees put forth leaves. 



Xjsuin^ 



itrnlt-u uii 



ipJtiull[lr% 



\ ' 



I put in my part, 

^ tuJtq.uAiu^li-i/'t 

I put into the port. 

He pa/j in for that post, 



~ 281 — 



-a^.a..., 



To put 



/ off I put off my bat, 

off The assembly was put off, 

y^u. Ijunp^nt-fti^i iluiqni^ltb \mS 

I put off that clotb. 

We put ojf from ibe land, 

I put on my hat, 

He puts upon me, 

Put them over the river, 

X^jn niLnuui f^q- q-tinq. • 

Tfaej put out his ejes, 

p>/f^ qujfu unntu • 

He was put out, 

^lUpUMi^nlraUMt^ • 

He puts out a book. 
He puts out his monev, 

|» ihnfu tnuij ^lu^ai. quiphrtuP-u 

- Put out the candle. 
Put out that word, 
I am put to it, 

i[tupu/itlrut^^uiJ'» 

up He ^M^j u^ his goods to sale, 

up-with I put up with jour conduct, 

^UMi/p.h ptriT p}>*l- i^iiut^ui^ • 

I quaked at that, 

lie/" b'^t.^ch^3'U3 it" • 
I quaked for fear, 

^nqiujf, jkptiliM.qk • 

He rai/j against me, 



off 
off 

OQ 

upon 

over 

out 

out 

out 

out 

out 
out 
to 



X,"?. 



To quake 

To rail against 



J with , foi 





— 


282 — . 


p.CB'P . 


'bU-i^chonh 


0''i''»'i'-*»*B • 




P-hb-u-f . 


. .♦.;■ 


To rail 


at 


He rails at me. 


To ravish 


wilh 


I atn ravished with that. 


' 




^f^US^hu,/^ yj- ^.^ UMJ^ . 


To reach 


out-after 


He reaches out his arm 
mj stick, 



ibout 



To read 


f over 




out 




out 


To rear 


up 


. i \\\ ^... 


^ on 9 upon 


To reckon 






/ "••' ,.. .:..•'. 


To root 


f 

up, out 


To rouse 


up 




/ off 


•n^A 


1 




1 "P 


To rub 


up -M 




on 


To rule 


over \u^.«w}' 




• . -Ay %jv^ 



after 



He reads about that, 
We read on. 
We read over the paper, 
Read out, 

■fKiupJpuiJuj/rt l^'P-frp^lip . 

We read out the book. 
He rears up his children, 

f)*/auut[iutpiul^^ qapii-pu Jtt.p . 

I reckon upon vour word, 



.tMt-utiniui 



iT puHifia^ , ilumiu^ £•«/* 



I reckon up what I have gained, 

^ut^t-triT qnp ^u^hquMju • 

They roo^ up every thing, 
I rottje M^ the sluggards, 

^^pP^ nt.au/blr J* atunhpiLU . 

I rtt6 0^ the rust, 

^lunkir oJ-uJJiilIi , upphiT* 

I r«6 wp his memory, 

\* jnt-^tupl^uAtriT, jnt-^uin^hiT' 

I ra6 wjo my bukles, 

i^uMj^nni.qu/lih»r uLnTkiu^u pi/*» 

He rtt^j on, 

Hu*!^ 4' lutputpu • 

He rwZej ofer us, 



— 2B5 — 



f\lV6-f 









'\'ei'Uf\ 



jtjov 't^sAn 'A 



To ruo 






To rush 
To scoff 
To scold 
To screw 



/ awajr 
away 

into 
into 

down 



over 



u }• >. . ':He j,nj^g away. 

He raw* awaj wilh my daugh- 

'^uiihutJil; qn-nt-uutplM [iiT* 

He rw/if i/z^o the field. 
He runs into debt, 
He runs for that. 
He ran* me down. 
He rttWJ ow, 
The bottle rf^w^ o^er, 
1 rw« over to him, 



\\ ,1. t!( 



•V- ' n- 



Irnp tinniu uth^iu_ 



out 



|i Jomnj , 

I run over the book, 
..yu\»»«;^ 'The barrel raws out, 
out-of He r«Wf out of his money, 

l1(«fn%4r an-putJh jti-ft * 

out-into He runs out into a long dis- 

course, 



.•\,»»k*\ 



■ '\jnliutniuuiUMinnL.ti 

1 yp > wA-»-v'\ The account rawj up, 

\ f^utqJa/hu/ii ijrutpt^ • 

in-upon I rush in upon the enemy, 

u.,^. 'V A^V^-'- ' - Be jcq/T* a^ me, 
^ ' at * • '^y He scolds at you, 

up ^V^ <-^^* I screw up the box, 

.^ u^^^v».^^» jTlS^ifcH*. ^Mf/Jfc^i/* tiutnt.,liU ui,nni.uiuj(lop . 



— 284 — 



p.U.S'f. . 


'bU.iwtJ.T-rnK 




fM^h-u^B . 


To screw 


out 


To scruple 


at. 


To seal 


up 


To search 


out, after 


To seek 


out 9 after 


( 


f upon 


To seize « 


1 

1 upon 


To seud 


fop, after 


To serve 


up 


-t*- - 


about 




h 




down 




forward 




XIMVX 

away 


To sel < 


on , upon 




on 




on, upon 




out 



out, off 



I screw out that, 

I scruple at that, 

I seal up my letter, 

I search out ^mW after jour 
brother, 

I seek you out^ I seek after you, 

I seize upon him, 

1 seize upon his fortune, 

You send for me, 

Serve up the dinner, 

p»lrp , Uftumpuiumlfui oTCusA • 

I set about that, 

1 set much by him, 

I set it^oW/i in my book, 

1 set forward^ 

I set away, 

lou set on the mob, 

I set the house on fire, 

Thej set on us, 

QiupAui^ljlit '^ ilk-nutj Jbn • |' 

Thej set out. 

He sets off his discours, 



— 28S — 

out I set out his land, 

Y^ut^JuMli ^ufrra.h-iT' tnlfnli Ib/fniu* 

ap <:^^\ He sets up a cross, 

up c<\u He sets unhh trade, 

lo set / . "' r U^pq^b tuiLbf^ ilui7Cutn.iu^uMbni._ 

with This garden is set with trees, 

\j^iun.uj inn till ^ IfU 'A ufujnuifiapu • 

up-for He set up for an honest man, 

/off The *^aAe o^ the ^'oke, 

To shake \ . 'V 'V^ ^of^tutfik ^v.hr% , 
i with I shake with fear, 

f off He shifts offiho fault, 

To shift < ^ i:fiJ^i" if^b : 

i for He shifts for himself, 

V \^i^iuno§n h oi^ui^ui%nt.phisA • 

.i.M-Xi 'y.di^i^j ^\ ^vC.\ .. I shoot at him, 

out The trees shoot out. 

To shoot I yj-'^'hf t^i^>-»iyis . 

forth He shoots forth, 

^pJI^ f IfiiuUt; luninutou • 

Up The child shoots up, 

Xyuiltni.^ iuTCI; lunuMt^ gunuttf. . 

from He shrinks from it. 

To shrink ^ at He shrinks at the thought qf 

death, 

up He shuts up his house, 

out He shuts out his servant, 

^nt.nu tnii^n.^t/' thuM^^ h'usn.utt_ 
ftb , ilutp^ t^UM *fi ututbi; . 

ip He shuts me in ^miT up, 

^itf^4' I utntL.y^ni~ vb" * 

To single out He singles me out, 



lo shut ^ 

-'■:-■ J. 



286 — 



p.0.8-f- 






Oni^^u.^* 



nj] 



To sit 



To slip 



/dt^'iCV...:'. 



down 
up 
up 
awav 
down 
into 
off 
I off 
out 
out 





/at 


To snap 


1 up 


To snuff 


up, in 




/ up 5 on 


To spirit 


i awaj^ 




^at 


To spit 


1 out 


To sport 


with 



I sit down, 

Sit up, ^l** I 

Qntnit ^uy . 

I sit up, 

He slipped away, 

X^ifiyn Jhlfbhaiu*. • 

He slips down. 

She slipped into tbe room, 

She slips off her shoes. 

She slips off. 

She slips out, ' ,_ , «, 

She slips out a word, 

I slip% on my shoes, 

mint. • 

He snaps at a thing, 

^luMhiui ftJp.n%hi_ \*^'i_ * 

He snaps me up. 
He snuffs up the air. 
You spirit up the rebels, 

f^ptf.n.lru qtuiMfuutuiJ^u • 

You spirit away my child, 

\pn£npt-jnt.Qu/blruijlinpq.kiu^pJl 

You spit at me, 

^^ut%hu 'ft 4^[fU£j [nT* ud* oT 

The volcano spits out fire, 

^piupat-fuli J'tyP^k ^"*-C • 

You sport with that. 



h -^T 



%ku 



^«J/^i 



— 287 — 



p.U.6*. 


't,B»i««.'>.rnK 


OPl''«'^^* • ' -^-^ 




rj-hh-ii* . 


.Va*'M'& 


To spur 


on 


You j;>Mr hira ow, 


To spv 


out 


He sjiies out my faults, 




t\- <,\ fiii 


guAui^^r. ,. 


To squeeze 


out \ 


You squeeze out the juice. 


11)1 a ' ' i^lii 




x^iuJhu lf,nj^lt . 




j against 


You stand against that. 


JfH t%A- 




n>^7^^*^ ^«j,^ uMjuj'. 




back 


Stand back, sir. 


• v^>'* 


bv 


I Stand by. 


• y 


hy 


I stand by jou. 




for 


I stand for a post, 


^i-MK-m 






-Oi4j'> i: 


for 


A letter stands for a word so- 




«' 


metimes, 


;i\j\ tu>-^3i^Xr| 


,\*f.)A\. j,»-tf 






for, ' 


I stand for you. 


To stand 




i^nluu/ii ^tq_ limiT, ^Irii^ ^n 


.f^u.rf.., >V 


into 


We stand into the land, 




in 


We stand in need of that, 
ai4«»" «c^^*r *«,^«r. ., 




off 


We stand off, -^^^ " ^ 




out 


That part stands out too much, 

|3Lt/*« diuuU liiupfi jj^ni-huMji_^ . 




out-in 


I ^toWiZ owi m mj opinion. 


\\«.»l»i\^ v."?;' 


out-of 


I stand out of your way, 




to 


We stand to the South, 


■,i^.. 




!« ^utntui-uil^nnSfh h^nillrJa . 




under 


I j^a/ic? under that. 


■ 


I^V!*^ T*^a -.^«^' 


Su,i>^«r «j,<^.r, ^u.jpt(>tir. 



— 288 — 



fvce-f: 



To staod 



To slare 
To start 
To sta^ 

To steal 



To step 



To stick 



y upon 
upon 
with 
with 

at 

up 

for 

awaj 

away-from 

on 

on, upoD 



,A..A^V. 



That affair stands upon me, - 

I Stand upon that, <!* oT 

That stands with my interest, 

1 will not stand with you for 
that, 

iliuu%, uMjq.n • 

You stare at me, 
He starts up, 

\* 4!^n nuutUnu , tjiuqk • 

I Stay for you, 

He steals away my money, 

f^nnu/iiujj quMnh'iuPli piT* 

He steals away from the cora- 

They steal on, 
They steal upon us, 

4«Yf ) • 
I Step in, ^ 

\Putut%lrir* 

I step out, 

I stick up a paper 

jptui-ni.atuiit-ti' qP-ni-n^ • 

This part of the rampart sticks 
out, 

I will not stick out, 
He sticks at that. 



r 



— 289 — 



fVD.6-|t 






.'I II 'I 



OPVuC'M'fi 



JJ^ 




To stop 



To sirelch 



out 



iway 



out 



■],v 



^->.w^ . \ / out, off 
into 



To stride \ 



To strip 
To suck 



out 

at 

in-wilb 

through 
up 
up 
up 

off 

out, up, io 



You stir up the mob, 

You stir up ibe fire, 

You cannot stir out, 

You stop up the opening, 

You stop out the mice. 

You stop in the sheep, 

We stretch away, 

He stretches out his arms, 

I strike q/T'jour name, 

I Strike into trade, 

I Strike out fire, 

I strike at jou, 

Qtupitul^fiiT 'ft 4k'P"U 'P" * * 

I strike in with you, 

on £rtUBlia-tf'» 

They strike through the wood. 
They strike up a bargain. 
Strike up the music. 
The fiddle strikes up^ 

i\liVli uliuu/ttft ^tuplitub^f_, juh^ 

lb ib'^y^ 

He strips off his coat, 

y^hnliutUutj q^q-husMtli . 

You suck up the air, 
19 



— 290 



f\D.e«(t 



To 



To sum 



To sweep 



To take 



for 



in 



off 



off 



out 



to 



up 



He sues for an emplovmenl, 
I sum up ihe whole, 

^uiifiun-oinkil atuJaliUMpt • 

I sum up the account, 

f^nt-tfuin uinAitrtl* ^iu*nt-nu • 

Thej- sweep all away. 



diihuipi • 

jou aion^ with 



I will take jou aV 
You take ihem asunder^ 
You take away raj life, 
Take away, .,. 

I take down his pride, 

\unlitun^hnnL.qui'lthir i^$Mfutp^ 

He takes in my brother, 

He takes in his coal, 

He takes in his expences, 

I take off my hand, 

fk pitiq uJn.'linL.ir, lulTtfin^KU pl^ 

I take off a copy. 
Take jourself off, 
He takes on, 
I take out somelhing, 

\» puiq puinJtuiU qpuU • 

You take to that, iT 

\^JunnJ-hu /J^f "J/^" * 

You take up arms, t 



— 20i -- 



fVCS-f ♦ 









To take 



/ «P 
up 

up 

; up 





up 




up 




.«^llu»»-«K 




up 




up-with 
\ 


To talk 


about 


To tamper 


with 


To lell 


of 


To think 


of, on, upon, 


To thirst 


for, after 


To tfareateo 


with 


. 1.. 


away 


1 


by 


To throw 


down 




off 



You taJie up that fashion, 
You take up the room, 

TaAe tt/? the dinner. 

You take up the child, 

I take ^ on up. 

He takes me up short, j 

I ^ttAe up, 

^nqnilk-tT* 

He ^aAej «p with her, 

I toZA aioKi you, 

I tamper with you, 

I /eZZ you o/* that, 

I wiZZ f/«wA ©/"that. 

He thirsts for yoxxv blood, 

I threaten him wii/t my ven- 
geance, 

Pl,Jb, 

I iArow asvflj money, 

i\ututiihii' qtj^puMJu • 

I ^Arow hy this coal, 

I i^^row down my sword, 

I Mrow offyovLV authority, 
{ytpd-tiT ^Juut%nt,p^t.% ^n * 



— 292 — 



p.D.e-i« 






OPb'uU'i-B 



To throw 



To touch 

To trim 
To trip 



out 



out 



Dp 



Mhli „p 



To tire ont 



1^ 

J up, upon 



-ivr» jtn AM i 



up 
up 
awaj 

away 
over 



To turn \ 



jitti 


r^'-^\ 


J.v^^.>.^v.% 




,inuu, 


to , into 


."va 




Kt}U 


down 


>. C*:l^-Vt-..., 


V ■ 



I throw out jour horse, 

ifiupiut-i^ • 

He throws out an aspersion on 
me, 

1 throw up a slone, 

I throw up my right, employe^ 
ment, 

^puifriupfiiJT tftptut-uAqu , '^ 

You tire out every bodj, 

^luputuMulrnnunui'blru qtuJbulr^ 

I touch him up, 

I'touch upon that, 

You trim up jour garden, 

^uupq-uipl^^ ^fiupinl^q_Jttrp *-i 

I trip him up, 

I have turned away my ser-- 
vanl, i 

\^piiu^li-np ah-UMiuutjIi pW* 

I turned away from him, ^ 
1 turn over my goods to jou, 

I iarn over everj leaf of a book, 

Qtul^lt tupl£utlilr$r aa-fipu , [3aPu*_ 
uikiT* 

1 turn out some one, 

\yhpJ-hJ*f uiputuipuhJ' ilfUt *-- '■ 

I turn to jou, 

^lun^iiuiP tun. £**1j' 

Turn that down, 



293 — 



fVt3.6>^ 







To whi 



To wind 
To wonder 

To work 



♦>lhw oT 



out 



I turn off. 
Turn that up, 

*Y>iupJtn qq-UM , ^utijef-p^Titrua qn.iu* 

I will ^enture at that, 

Q^lrafb uiplij,^ J'y'k • 

I wait for you, 

I will wait on yon, 

I wait upon this genllemau, 

|« uuiuiuni. IiutiTtan. , b'ujn.iutirii' 

That is washed away, 

\nt.uMQttU£^ Jutppiriuj_ J^ Pp"*Ij' 

I wear away the mark, 
That weighs down this, 

Wj^ iriubfi 4" ^umIm quMju . 

I whip that up, 

[^JpiubhiT qijf-ut • 

I whip up, 

I whip offsi thing, 
I whip off, 
I whip out, 

i^nt-PuiiT iup$autpu • 

I whip down, 

i^m-PiuiT *Jt il^p • 

I wind up my watch, 

"ytuphJ* qj-utjiuanjab juT* 

I wonder at that. 

You work out your debt, 

$tfutnutnt.qq. • 

You worJx out jour crime, 

•f^uti-lru qjuAaat.Mtb'U ,By • 



— 294 — 



To work 



up He works ihem up to a rebel- 

lion, 

QuMuiuiniuJfinM-PJitA tf.na.n.^ na 
'Unutu * 

down I write down jonr words, ' 

To write \ -^IJ* 

out I write out a copj, 

i^tuptif qonjiittu^i » > 

To j^earn to , after My heart yearns to )0u, 

\ttu^tif-uiquiutjiir 'p .£^7 • 

To yield up I yield mj self up to you, 

V 'i ufuiuuiiuti mafulrir qutJsJi% ItiT, 



Jgi*^ oT 






M*"t 






1, .•. ..»»V. "fJ 



— 295 — 

"hnnhP-bRi sniruhd bh ^ritr^ro 

Qp^Gut^^ uintCuJifj ftjituxfijituGtu^ . 

WodeH of Cnv*d9 of inviiaiion, 

1 . M ' and M" L. request the honour of lord and ladj C. 's 
companj to dinner on tuesdaj the 26^^ instant at half past 6 
o' clock. 

Caslle Fogertj 

Thursday. 

3. Lord and ladj C. present their compliments to M ' and 
M " L. and regret much, that a previous engagement will 
prevent their having the honour of wailing upon M' and 
M" L. at dinner on luesdaj ihe 26^^ inst. 

Saturday Eve. 

Elm Park. 

3. Lord and lad^ G. present their compliments to M' and 
M " L. and will have much pleasure in accepting their kind 
invitation to dine on luesdaj the 26*^ inst. 

4. Mr. and Mrs P. present their most respectful compli- 
ments to Mr. and Mrs R., and beg the honour of their com- 
panj^ to dinner, on tuesdaj next at three o' clock. "^" ^**' 

5. Mr. and Mrs B. 's best compliments to Mr. C. and hope 
for the pleasure of his companv to dinner on tuesda^ next 
at six o' clock. 

6. Mv dear N., 

In case jou have no previous engagement, will you come 
and dine with us to-morrow without ceremony? Mrs A. will 
be very happy to see you. Believe me yours • A. , ^r* >i 



— 296 — 

•J. M^ dear A. 

I accept your invitation with great pleasure, and will 
take the opportunity of presenting my best acknowledgments 
to Mrs A. Your truly H. 

8. Mr. C. will call with as great eagerness* a« pleasure 
upon Mr. according to his invitation. 

g. Dear miss L. 

We called in hopes of finding you at home, and to tell 
you we should be very happy if you and your little nephew 
would give us the pleasure of your company to tea, early on 
Saturday evening. 

Mamma will have great pleasure in taking you home in 
the evening. 

With united regards, believe me, dear miss L. " 

Thursday morn, Very sincerely yours if^ 

Ed. 

10. I invite you, my dear, to come and drink a cup of tea 
with nie this evening ; I shall be aloue, and hope you will 
favour me with your agreeable company ; do not refuse me 
this kindness. Adieu. 

1 1 . Mrs. T. presents her compliments to Miss F. and hopes 
she will do her the honour of her company to canis on thurs- 
day next. , ' 

1 2. I am much obliged to you, my dear, for your kind 
invitation j but I am exlremely sorry it is not in my power to 
comply with it j because we expect company this evening. As 
for to-morrow, I am at your service ; and if you do,not call 
in the morning, I will certainly wait on you in the evening. 

■»<«" 1 5. Mr..'s compliments to Mr., having been engaged a 
week ago for thursday next, cannot have the honour of cat- 
ling upon him that day, and presents his excuses and regrets. 



— 2i»7 — 
1 4- Mr., is very sorry, that it has not been in his power 
to call yesterday, or monday last, upon Mr . . Mr . . desires 
him to be persuaded that he had neither forgotten nor neglec- 
ted this engagement. He could not do otherwise. He will call 
very soon upon Mr . . to explain this affair and present his 
excuses in the mean time. 

1 5. Madam or Sir, 1 beg you to accept my best thanks. I 
shall have the honour of calling upon you to-night or to-mor- 
row, to renew them. 

1 6. Mr. B. finding himself obliged to go into the country 
to-morrow, desires Mr. F. not to give himself the trouble of 
calling upon him. Mr. B. will be very glad to see Mr. F. the 
day after to-morrow, at any hour which may be convenient 
to him. 

I "J. I am just arrived from Bath: if you are at leisure to 
give me a call, I will tell you some news that will please you. 
1 shall be at home the whole day, so that you may choose 
your lime. 

.h 

i8. It gives me pleasure to hear that you are at last retur- 
ned from Bath : had 1 no other motive but that of congratu- 
lating you on your happy arrival after so long an absence, 
that alone would induce me to wail on you. You may, there- 
fore, depend on seeing me this evening about five. 

Qphf****VP umhntituuuiu hututuuutg . 

Modeh of fatniUat* teiiefa . 
A Httte boy to his mother, 

r My dear mamma, 

lam very sorry that you are not coming to Paris now, as 
you had intended in your last letter to Henrietta. It would 
have given us both much pleasure to see you, papa, and all 
my brothers and sisters. Henrietta says she is pleased with 



— 298 — 

me, and I hope to please God also bj' my obedience and doci- 
lity to all she tells me. — I have commenced Italian since I 
saw jou, and I hope soon to be able to speak it. I am sure 
this will give jou pleasure, dear mamma. Henrietta's feast-da^- 
took place on last ihursdaj. I wrote her a little letter of affec- 
tion, which she said she prized more than any thing else. — 
Good hycy my dear mamma j give my affectionate love to dear 
papa and all my brothers and sisters and believe me 

My dearest mamma, always jour dutiful and affectio- 
nate son John Ryan. 

The tnothet* to hew ton. 

.<• My darling little Johnny, 

I was much pleased with your letter to me, and with the 
wishes you expressed of making me happy hy studying to be 
a docile and obedient boy. — This will make me happy, 
Johnnj, — and I am quite sure that it will make vou so too. 
Indeed I always thought you would be a comfort to me, and 
particularly since I heard that you were anxious to imitate 
your darling brother Lionel. How fond you must be of Hen- 
rietta through whose means you are acquiring information, 
that will make all your time pass so pleasantly. Besides a man 
without information, in this age of the world, is worse than 
one void of ideas. There is also a study which Henrietta does 
not allow you to neglect, and which takes precedence of every 
other: that study which will teach you to please God, and to 
look forward to Heaven as your eternal home. But my own 
little Johnny, I hope we shall have many happy days together, 
in our home in this world as yet. Henrietta must manage to 
let us have that happiness. Talk to her about it often, that 
when an opportunity arrives she may be disposed to come and 
see us. — Vally is very good, and sends his love to you. Nina 
is delighted with the pretty picture you sent her, and will 
write to you by an other opportunity. 

God bless you, my own little boy j pray for mamma. ; 
P. S. Penelope loves you as much as ever. 





— 299 — 




O07 moi) is 

•niirf li')l. 


M »f oMief io hit ti»tef . 





Castle F.June 26*^. 
My dear H., 

On the other side of ihis I send jou a letter of credit on 
M' G. and son, bankers at Paris for the sum of 000 1., 00 
s., o d., being the amount of your half year's interest, due 
the 5 I ** of dccember last, and half year's annuity 000 I., due 
the 2 d of this month. — Minus 00 1., which I have laid out 
according to your wishes. I should have sent it before; but 
that the Longfordpass tenants as usual were backward in 
paying their rents. 

You will be sorry, I am sure, to learn the loss I have ex- 
perienced by the awful storm which occurred here on the 
6^^ of last month. More than 200 of my dear beloved trees 
(and all of them large and old ones) have been torn up by 
the roots. — The place, however, fortunately has not other- 
wise suffered. — I should hope, my dear H., that you are well 
and happy; it is the anxious wish of your fondly attached 
brother J. H. 

The antwet*, 

Paris, sept. i^j*^. 
My dear J., 

I hasten to acknowledge the receipt of your letter of the 
26*'*, containing the amount of my half year's interest, and 
annuity, due on the 5i **of december and 2 ^ of this month, 
for which I am much obliged. — I was indeed grieved to 
learn the ravages the cruel storm made upon dear Castle F. 
— In the destruction of those majestic trees you mentioned, 
knowing so well as I do, the fond attachment you have for 
every shrub, much less the old, long remembered, and revered 
favorites of our childhood, which used so often to give retreat 
and shelter to our youthful sports. — I have however one con- 
solation to offer you, which other misfortunes of a similar 
more serious nature can never have, viz. that they will grow out 



— 500 — 

again, as it is not grim death that has torn them from you. 
— I should write more but that I am in the greatest hurry 
for the post. And with renewed sympathy for the loss you 
have experienced believe me your 

Attached and affectionate sister, 

H. J. L. 



Between two ft*iend$ . 

\ JoJrfff ,.l mK xs.: Regent-Street, i a th 
••J ' ' ^ . 

,, I cannot suffer the week to pass, my dear miss L., wi- 
thout letting you know that L. and myself embrace you wilh 
all our hearts, and wish you most sincerely many happy re- 
turns of the season, as does M '^. G. who joins with me in 
regretting that the very unfavourable state of the weather 
rendered it impossible for you to come and eat plum-pud- 
ding wilh us on chrislmas-day, and drink the health of your 
brother and family. I long to hear that M'. and M " L. and 
the children are well j doubtless you have received a letter 
from them. M'^. C. has read the papers you lent him. If you 
have any more to send, give them to the servant, and believe 
roe, dear miss L. 

Yours most sincerely, 

H. C. B. 
Thursday Morn. 

Othet* . 

Dear miss, 

Mamma desired me to tell you that she is very sorry 
you cannot go to the Opera, but that we shall certainly post- 
pone our going there that we may have the pleasure of spen- 
ding a comfortable evening at home wilh you. We trust that 
this may not hinder you to sleep out to-morrow night, as we 
had settled previously ^ pray, believe me, 

.7r.n^ ;n : --» , v.^.vr^ .■ Y» Truly, G. C. 



— 501 — 

^WArn.WJ •--?•> ^tSi^V ^'^T t^yA-.mw not .« 

Othev* . 

Mj dear miss L., 

This morning I got the garters, they are very neatly ma- 
de j and I am sure will please in every other respect ; so will 
feel much obliged by your paying for them. I really am quite 
ashamed at giving you so much trouble j — you should rejoice 
at my leaving Paris. . ^ j ^ 

Tuesday we arrived here after a very tiresome journey, 
as the road was paved the entire way from Paris to Namur, 
and again from Liege here ; however part of the coanliy was 
very beautiful. 

I ihink in a few days we shall like Aix-la-Chapelle very 
much, there are a number of English. 

Have you heard from your friends in England lately? I 
hope, M"L, will lite the servant you have had such trouble 
in engaging for her. 

The weather here is intensely hot j but I suppose it is 
even more so in Paris. 

Pray excuse this scribble j I quite forgot writing till this 
moment, and am in bed, half asleep. 

Edmond joins in love to you, dear miss L., with your 
much obliged and affectionate cousin H. J. A. 

Hotel du Grand-Monarque 

Friday night. Juin 20. 

I^mzt^pp It, tifJitnujtJf ^tuptupng . 

Mjetiers and notes of affait** . 

I. To a hanker whom you are recommended to. 

Sir, Being just arrived in this place, I request the favour 
of you to let me know the day and hour I may call upon you, 
in order to present you the letters of recommendation that 
Mr . . of Rotterdam gave me for your house . 
-p I have the honour to be, Sir, 

Your most humble and obedient servanl.^ 



— 502 — 

2. To a member of government to ask an interview. 

Sir, 1 hope your Excellencj will have the goodness to let 
me know the day and hour I might wait upon him. In hopes 
of receiving jour order, I have the honour to be very respect- 
fully, Your Excellency's 

Most humble and obedient servaotJ 

3. On the same subject to a gentleman. ' ^ 

Mr. . 's compliments to Mr . . , desires to know the day 
and hour he might call upon him, having something interes- 
ting (or of great consequence) to acquaint him with. Mr . . 
iiopes that Mr . . will excuse this importunity. 

4. To recommend a gentleman. 

Sir, If you could assist Mr. . . in his purposes, you would 
oblige me very much, and I should partake in his gratitude. 
It is impossible you could protect a more honest man, and 
one more worthy of your kind attention. If I had not thought 
this a good action, I should not have ventured to trouble you, 
but I considered at the same time that Mr . . . 's talents and 
position would be his best recommendations. — I have the 
honour to be, etc. 

5. To ask letters of recommendation. 

Sir, 1 intend to set off immediately for . . . Could you be 
so good as to give me letters of recommendation for Mr . . . 
and Mrs . . . j you will oblige me very much, and I shall be 
very thankful. — I have the honour to be, etc. 

6. To grant a demand. 

I will do with as great eagerness as pleasure what Mrs . . 
asked me. — Or: I shall immediately execute Mrs . .'s com- 
mands and thank her for the opportunity offered me of ren- 
dering myself agreeable to her . 



— 505 —• 

i^l^ "J. To ash for m 



"^ii^l <j. To ash for money which is du^. ^* - '^' 'V 1 



Sir, permit me to recall to jour memory that you have 
let pass the terra agreed betwixt us. I am sorry to trouble 
you, and only the great want of money could induce me to 
take this step. The bearer will present you my receipt, and 
you may remit him the amount. 

8. To worhman. 

I desire Mr ... to give to my servant the coat ( or the 
hat), etc, which has been promised me to-day. 

Mr . . had promised me that my great-coat should be rea- 
dy for thursday. I want it to-morrow morning and I shall 
send for it at nine o' clock precisely. 

I desire Mr . » . or Mrs ... to come tuesday morning at 
ten o' clock to take the measure of a coat, of a gown, etc. 

tfodeis of cotntnereiat teiief»* 

liETTER I. 

Wor> beginning a eorreapondenee . 

Gentlemen, 

With the hope of enlarging the number of our correspon- 
dents in England, we have desired several of our friends to 
inform us of the different houses of that country, wilh which 
we might negociale with safety j and, as they have convinced 
us of your inlegriiy and of the good commissions, which you 
give for the sale and purchase of various goods, we desire you 
to accept our services, which we offer you upon all occasions, 
our principal commerce consisting in buying and selling — 
and other goods. VTe flatter ourselves that, when you have 
seen our method of trading and managing the concerns of 
our friends, you will readily consent to the carrying on a cor- 
respondence that may be equally useful and advantageous to 



— 304 — 

both of us. On jour part, joa may enquire of whom you plea- 
se concerning our house j we are persuaded that no person 
can with justice speak to our disadvantage. We hope that jou 
will honour us with jour commissions: jou maj be assured 
of our attention and vigilance to serve jou well, as we wish 
nothing more than to convince jou of the perfect regard with 
which we have the honour to stjle ourselves most trulj, Sirs, 

Your verj humble servants. 
The cin««ret*. 

- Gentlemen, 

In answer to jour favour of the iS*'* of januarj last, we 
inform jou that we are infinitelj pleased with the favourable 
opinion jou have entertained of us. We embrace, with a sen- 
sible pleasure, the opportunitj of cultivating a more particu- 
lar acquaintance with jou, Gentlemen, being under no neces- 
sitj to make further inquirjj and, when opportunities occur, 
we will avail ourselves of jour obliging offers. 

We assure jou that at present our commissions are very 
small j for trade has languished so long, and especially since 
the beginning of the war, that we dare not attempt anj thing. 
However, in order to make a beginning to a correspondence 
which in process of time maj prove advantageous, be so kind 
as to send us the price current of — How little prospect soever 
JOU maj afford us of a fortunate issue, we shall dispatch jou 
two or three bales, to let jou know the wish we have of being 
among the number of jour friends. We desire jou to honour 
us with jour orders in all occasions in which it will be in 
our power to do jou service, assuring jou that we are weij 
perfectlj. Gentlemen, Your most humble servants, ,, 

liETTER II. 

Gentlemen, 

By order and on account of Messrs. — of — we have ship- 
ped on board the — captain' — who is to sail from our port 
fof the above place, twelve bales of worsted stokings, and 



— 505 — 

eight of dressed calvesskins, amounting to lool. sterling. We 
send ^ou hereto annexed the bill of lading signed by the said 
captain, and beg you will cause the insurance to be taken 
care of, to the best advanlage of our friend at — with whom 
vou will settle jour disbursements on this business. We have 
vet remaining a cargo of the same nature to forward to you 
in a few weeks, which we shall do, God willing, and request 
of you in due time to take the trouble of having it likewise 
insured in your town. We remain wilh all possible regard, 
Gentlemen, Your etc. etc. 

The antweft 
Gentlemen, 
We have received the honour of yours of the 5 '*» instant, 
which brings us the bill of lading of twelve bales of worsted 
stockings, and eight of calvesskins dressed, which yon have 
placed to the account of Messrs. — , brothers of — , on board 
the — , captain — commander, the insurance whereof you 
leave to us ; which we have lately effected, and shall imme- 
diately acquaint our said friends at — with it, and inform 
ihem of the premium at which we procured the said insu- 
rance. We shall pursue the same method with respect to 
what remains to be transmitted j and the moment we receive 
an account of it from you, we will apply ourselves to that bu- 
siness wilh equal assiduity. In the mean time we have the 
honour to be sincerely. Gentlemen, 

Your most humble and obedient servants, etc. 

liETTER HI. 

Sir, 
1 have received yours of the 5 *^ ult. wilFi your invoice 
and bill of lading inclosed. I remit you, by this post, a bill 
of exchange, herein contained, upon Messrs. — and Co. for 
I oo 1. slerl. and beg you would send me, by the first oppor- 
tunity, ten pieces of superfine black cloth, about fifteen shil- 
lings a yard, and thirty pieces of Holland, about three shil- 
lings or three shillings and six pence per ell, the whole after 
your taste and judgment. I remain, Sir, Your etc. 

20 
• 



— - 506 — 

The anawet* . 

Sir, 

Yours of the first instant lies now before me, together 
with your draught on Messrs.— and Co. for loo 1. sterl. It 
has been accepted, and the amount duly carried to your ac- 
count. I will consign to you, by the ship — captain — ten pie- 
ces of black cloth, and thirty pieces of Holland, according to 
your order. If you want any thing further, I hope you will 
favour me with your orders. I am, Sir, Your etc. etc. 

Fti*otn a country »hopheepeii* to a M^ondon vnewchant . 

Sir, 

I request you will be so kind, by return of post, as to let 
me know the current prices of the articles which I have sub- 
joined. If I think they admit of sufficient profit, you will 
shortly receive a very considerable order for myself and cor- 
respondents. I am. Sir, 

( The list follows ) Your humble servant. 

The aHswef. 

Sir, 

Agreeably to your request, I have, underneath, added the 
price to each article, which you may wish to know j showing, 
at the same time, the retail prices, that you may be a judge 
of the profits. As I have some apprehension that their prices 
will be shortly advanced, I recommend the present time as 
the best for yourself and friends to purchase. I am, Sir, 

(The prices follow). Your etc. 

From a tradestnan to another for ntoney . 



Having an unexpected bill to make up, and being at pre- 
sent deficient in money, I take the liberty of troubling you 



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for the small balance of accounts which is at present between 
us. If it should be inconvenient to let me have the whole, a 
part at this critical juncture will exceedingly oblige 

Your verj humble servant. 

The antwe** » 

Sir, 

Agreeably to your request, 1 have enclosed for the full 
balance which remains due, an order, payable at sight, to Mr. 
Tradewell, Cbeapside, who will deliver either it or the cash, 
upon receiving your receipt for the same. I request that, for 
the future, you will give me proper notice, when you wish 
payment to be made. Your etc. 

Wfotn tvhotetate deoMet** to a reiait one* 

Sir, 

We are exceedingly sorry to be under the necessity of now 
becoming urgent, but, as you are very backward in your re- 
mittances, and our profits so small on the goods we have sent 
you, we expect an immediate draught, or order, for the sum 
which is so long duej otherwise we shall be obliged to take 
such measures as must prove very disagreeable to you. 

Your etc. 

An antwet* io the foregoing. 

Gentlemen, 

The unexpected and severe losses which I have felt, have 
been, I assure you, the sole cause of my being thus remiss. I 
humbly acknowledge your lenity, and request your acceptance 
of my bill at two months date, money being at this time very 
scarce, and my debtors exceedingly lardy in their payments. 
Should this be agreeable, you may depend upon my punctua- 
lity for the future, as I now intend to enter into a resolution 
of giving no credit. I am, with sincere thanks for your late 
goodness, Gentlemen, Your obliged servant. 



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Fronti»»ovy notes and »*eeeipt» . 

1. Two months after date, I promise to pay Mr. B ... of 
order, the sum of two hundred livref, for value received in 
goods of the said gentleman. 

Constantinople, this i4*^ of June, i85i. — For aoo liv. 

2. London, June 12, i85i. 

On demand (or two months after date) I promise to pajr 
Mr. Morgan, or order, the sum of 20 pounds i5 shillings and 
6 pence, for value received. A. B. 

3. We, the underwritten, promise conjointly to pay, on 
the twentieth of next July, to Mr. S. the sum of six hundred 
livres, which he has lent us, to oblige us. 

Marseilles, May 12, i85i. For 600 liv. 

4. Received of Mr . . . the sum of. . . in full of all demnnd» 
up to this day. IS. 

5. I the underwritten declare to have received of Mr. B. 
the sum of sixty liv. which I had lent him, according to hi& 
promissory note of the fifteenth of last March, which, on this 
account, I now return into the hands of the said Me. B. afr 
discharged. 

Paris, June li^, i85i. 

6. This is to acknowledge that I have received from M. 
L . . the sum of fifteen pounds for a year's interest of three 
hundred pounds he owes me, due on the 26 *'^ of March last. 

Constantinople, March 3o, i85i. 



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Qjijittujilfj^ tfinJuuitttulfUA^Iimq . 

Mfodett of BiUt of exchange * 

London Maj 6, i85i. 
I. For 125 liv. 

Sir, At sigLt, please to pay, by this first bill of exchange, 
to Mr. D. . the sum of one hundred and twenty three French 
livres, for value received of him in cash {or in goods), and 
place it to account, as per advice from your, etc. 

To Mr. L . . . , merchant, Paris. M. S. 

a. London, May 6, i85i. 

Sir, I have this day drawn on you one hundred and 
twenty-three French livres, payable at sight to Mr. D . . for 
value received of him. I beg you to honour it, and set it to 
my account, which expecting from your punctuality, 1 am, 
Sir, your, etc. N. N. 

York, October "j, i85i. 
5. For 3oo liv. i4 8. 

Sir, fifteen days after sight, you will please to pay by this 
sole bill of exchange, to Mr. W ... or order, the sum of three 
hundred livres and fourteen sols, for value received of him in 
goods, and place it in account, as by advice from your, etc. 

To Mr. G. merchant, Smyrna. S. S. 

London, Sept, i5, i85i. 
4. For 5 000 liv. 

Sir, on the fifteenth of Jenuaiyr next, please to pay to 
Mr. James Moore, or order, the sum of five thousand livres, 
for value received of him, and place it to account as per ad- 
vice of your, etc. H. K. 

To Mr. R. K. merchant, Constantinople. 



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5. Loudon, February ii, i85i. 

Sir, one month after date ( or at sight) please to pay Mr. . 
or order, the sum of-pounds-shillings and-pence, and place 
the same to the account of your humble servant, 

To Mr. C. G. merchant, Athens. S. K. 

Birmingham, Nov. a3, i85i. 
6. For 3ooo liv. 

Sir, at usance ( or at double usance ) please to pay, on 
this bill of exchange to Mr. A. A. three thousand French li- 
vres, currency, for value received from Mr. W. and pass the 
same to account, as per advice from your, etc. 

To Mr. S. K. banker, Constantinople. J. H. 

QphUiuup utuutuutuGznj 'ji flJiG h. 'k Gnn WunnbCuta.nu*q . 

M[odet» of lettetf* from ancient and wodern aathow. 

The queen Anne BuIIen to the king Henry YIII (year 1536). 
Sir, 

Your grace's displeasure and my imprisonment are things 
so strange unto me, as what to write, or what to excuse, I am 
altogether ignorant. Whereas you send unto me (willing me 
lo confess a truth, and so obtain your favour) by such an one 
whom you know to be mine ancient professed enemy j I no 
sooner received this message by him, than I rightly conceived 
your meanings and if, as you say, confessing a truth, indeed, 
maj procure my safety, I shall, with all willingness and duty, 
perform your command. 

But let not your grace ever imagine that your poor wife 
will ever be brought to acknowledge a fault, where not so 
much as a thought thereof preceded. And, to speak a truth, 
never prince had wife more loyal in all duty, and in all true 
affection, than you have ever found in Anne Bullen; with 
which name and place 1 could willingly have contented myself, 



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if God and jour grace's pleasure had been so pleased. Neither 
did I at anj time so far forget mjself in my exaltation, or 
received queenship, but that 1 have alv»'ays looked for such an 
alteration as now I findj for, the ground of mj preferment 
being on no surer foundation than your grace's fancy, the 
least alteration, I know, was fit and sufficient to draw that 
fancy, to some olher subject. You have chosen me from alow 
estate to be your queen and companion, far beyond my desert 
and desire. If, then, you found me worthy of such honour, 
good your grace, let not any light fancy, or bad counsel of 
mine enemies, withdraw your princely favour from mej nei- 
ther let that slain, that unworthy stain, of a disloyal heart 
towards your good grace, ever cast so foul a blot on your 
most dutiful wife, and the infant princess your daughter. 
Try me, good king, but let me have a lawful trial j and let 
not my sworn enemies sit as my accusers and judges j yea, 
let me receive an open trial (for my truth shall fear no open 
shame ) 5 then shall you see either mine innocence cleared, 
your suspicion and conscience satisfied, the ignominy and 
slander of the world slopped, or my guilt openly declared. So 
that whatsoever God or you may determine of me, your grace 
may be freed from an open censure, and mine offense being 
su lawfully proved, jour grace is at liberty, both before God 
and roan, not onlj to execute worthy punishment on me, as an 
unlawful wife, but to follow jour affection, already settled on 
that party, for whose sake I am now as as I am, whose name 
I could some good while since have pointed unto your grace, 
being not ignorant of my suspicion therein. But if jou have 
already determined of me, and that not only my death, but 
an infamous slander must bring vou the enjoying of your de- 
sired happiness, then I desire of God that he will pardon 
your great sin therein, and likewise mine enemies the instru- 
ments thereof j and that he will not call you to a strict ac- 
count for your uuprincely and cruel usage of me, at his gene- 
ral judgment-seat, where both you and myself must shortly 
appear, and in whose judgment, I doubt not (whatsoever the 
world may think of me) mine innocence shall be openly 



— 312 — 

known and sufficienllj cleared. My last and onlj request shall 
be, that mjself may on\y bear the barlhen of jour grace's 
displeasure, and that it raa^- not touch the innocent souls of 
those poor gentlemen, who, as 1 understand, are likewise in 
strait imprisonment for my sake. If ever 1 found favour in 
your sight, if ever the name of Anne Bullen hath been plea- 
sing in jour ears, then let me obtain this request j and I will 
so leave to trouble jour grace anj farther, with my earnest 
prajers to the Trinitj to have jour grace in his good keeping, 
and to direct jou in all jour actions. 

From my doleful prison in the Tower, the 6 ^^ of Maj. 

Your must lojal, and ever faithful wife. 

Sir Benfff Sidney to his ton Philip Sidney (yeatf 1556). 

I have received two letters from jou, one written in La- 
tin, the other in French 5 wich 1 take in good part, and will 
JOU to exercise that practice of learning often: for that will 
stand JOU in most stead, in that profession of life that jou 
are born to live in. And, since this is mj first letter that ever 
I did write to jou, I will not, that it be all emptj of some 
advices, which mj natural care of jou provoketh me to wish 
JOU to follow, as documents to jou in this jour tender age. 
Let jour first action be, the lifting up of jour mind to Al- 
mightj God, bj heartj prajer, and feelinglj digest the words 
you speak in prajer, with continual meditation, and thinking 
of him to whom jou praj, and of the matter for which jou 
praj. And use this as an ordinarj, at, and at an ordinarj hour. 
Wherebj the time itself will put jou in remembrance to do 
that which jou are accustomed to do. In that time applj jour 
sludj to such hours as jour discreet master doth assign jon, 
earnestljj and the time (I know) he will so limit, as shall 
be both sufficient for jour learning, and safe for jour health. 
And mark the sense and the matter of what jou read, as well 
as the words. So shall jou both enrich jour tongue with 
words, and jour wit with matter j and judgment will grow as 



— 515 — 

vears groweth in you. Be humble and obedient to jour master, 
for unless you frame yourself to obey others, jea, and feel in 
yourself what obedience is, you shall never be able to teach 
others how to obey you. Be courteous of gesture, and affable 
to all men, wilh diversity of reverence^ according to the di- 
gnity of the person. There is nothing that winneth so much 
with so little cost. Use moderate diet, so as, after your meal, 
you may find your wit fresher, and not duller, and your body 
more lively, and not more heavy. Seldom drink wine, and 
yet sometimes do, lest being enforced to drink upon the sud- 
den, you should find yourself inflamed. Upon exercise of bo- 
dy, but such as is without peril of your joints or bones j it 
will increase your force, and enlarge your breath. Delight to 
be cleanly, as well in all parts of your body, as in your gar- 
ments. It shall make you grateful in each company, and other- 
wise loathsome. Give yourself to be merry, for you degenerate 
from your father, if you find not yourself most able in wit 
and body, to do any thing, when you be most merry : but let 
your mirth be ever void of all scurrility, and biting words to 
any man j for a wound given by a word is oftentimes harder 
to be cured, than that which is given wilh the sword. Be you 
rather a hearer and bearer away of other men's talk, than a 
beginner or procurer of speech, otherwise you shall be coun- 
ted to delight to hear yourself speak. If you hear a wise sen- 
tence, or an apt phrase, commit it to your memory, wilh re- 
spect of the circumstance, when you shall speak it. Let never 
oalh be heard to come out of your mouth, nor word of ribal- 
dry j detest it in others, so shall custom make to yourself a 
law against it in yourself. Be modest in each assembly, and 
rather be rebuked of light fellows, for maiden-like shamefa- 
cedness, than of your sad friends for perlboldness. Think upon 
every word that you will speak, before you utter it, and re-^ 
member how nature hath rampired up ( as it were) the ton- 
gue with teelh, lips, yea and air without the lips, and all be- 
tokening reins, or bridles, for the loose use of that member. 
Above all things tell na unlrulh, no not in trifles.The custom 
of it is naughty, and let it not satisfy JOU9 that, for a time. 



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the hearers lake it fori Iruth j for after it will be known as it 
is, to jour sbame j for there cannot be a greater reproach to 
a genlleman, than to be accounted a liar. Studj and endea- 
vour jonrself to be virtuously occupied. So shall you make such 
an habit of well-doing in you, that you shall not know how 
to do evil, though you would. Remember, my son, the noble 
blood you are descended of, by your mother's side j and think 
that only by virtuous live and good action, you may be an 
ornament to that illustrious family j and otherwise, through 
vice and sloth, you shall be counted lahes generis^ one of the 
greatest curses that can happen to man. Well ( my litile Phi- 
lip) this is enough for me, and too, much, I fear, for you. 
But if I shall find that this light meal of digestion nourish 
any thing the weak stomach of your young capacity, I will, as 
I find ihe same grow stronger, feed it with tougher food. Your 
loving father, so long as you live in the fear of Go 1. 

MMr, Pope to Stw** Addi»on» 

July 20, I "J I 3. 

I am more joyed at your return than I should be at that 
of the sun, so much as I wish for him this melancholy wet sea- 
son j but it is his fate, too, like yours, to be displeasing, to 
owls and obscene animals, who cannot bear his lustre. What 
put me in mind of these night-birds was John Dennis, whom, 
1 think, you are best revenged upon, as the sun was in the 
fable upon these bats and beastly birds above-mentioned, on- 
ly by shining on. I am so far from esteeming it any misfortu- 
ne, that I congratulate you upon having your share in that, 
which all the great men, and all the good men that ever li- 
ved, have had their part of, envy and calumny. To be uncen- 
sured and to be obscure is the same thing. You may conclude 
from what 1 here say, that it was never in my thoughts to have 
offered you my peq in any direct reply to such a critic, but 
only in some little raillery j not in defence of you, but in con- 
tempt of him. But, indeed, your opinion that it is entirely to 
be neglected, would have been my own bad it been my own 
case: but I felt more warmth here than I did when first I 



— 515 — 

saw his book against rajself, though, indeed, in two minales 
it made me heartily merrj. He has written against every thing 
the world has approved these many years. I apprehend but 
one danger from Dennis's disliking our sense, that it may 
make us think so very well of it, as to become proud and 
conceited upon his disapprobation. 

I must not here omit to do justice to Mr. Gay, whose zeal 
in you concern is worthy a friend and honourer of you. He 
writ lo me in the most pressing terms about it, though with 
that just contempt of the critic that he deserves. I think in 
these days one honest man is obliged to acquaint another who 
are his friends j when so many mischievous insects are daily 
at work to make y)eople of merit suspicious of each other j 
that they may have the satisfaction of seeing them looked 
upon no belter than themselves. I am your, etc. 

Mr. AOaiton to JTr. t»ope. 

Oct. 26. 1715. 

I was extremely glad lo receive a letter from you, but 
more so upon reading the contents of it. The work you men- 
lion will, I dare say, very sufficiently recommend itself when 
your name appears with the proposals: and if you think I can 
any way contribute to the forwarding of them, you cannot, 
lay a greater obligation upon me, than by employing me in 
such an office. As I have an ambition of having it known 
that you are my friend, I shall be very proud of shewing it 
by this, or any other instance. I question not but your trans- 
lation will enrich our tongue, and do honour to our coun- 
try ; for I conclude of it already from those performances 
with wich you have obliged the public. I would only have 
you consider how it may most turn to your advantage. Excuse 
my impertinence in this particular, which proceeds from my 
zeal for your ease and happiness. The work would cost you a 
great deal of time, and, unless you undertake, it will, I am 
afraid, never be executed by any other j at least I know none 
of this age that is equal to it beside yourself. 



— 516 — 

I am at present wholly immersed in country business, 
and begin to take delight in it. I wish, I might hope to see 
you here some lime, and will not despair of it when you en- 
gage in a work that will require sblitude and retirement. I 
am your, etc. 

JTf*. Pope to the Bi»hop of Moehettef. 

March i4j I "J 2 1-2. 

I was disappointed (much more than those who commonly 
use that phrase on such occasions ) in missing you at the 
Deanery, where I lay solitary two nights. Indeed, I truly par- 
take in any degree of concern that affects you, and I wish 
every thing may succeed as you desire in your own family, 
and in that which, I think, you no less account your own, 
and is no less your family, the whole world: for I take you to 
be one of the true friends of it, and to your power its protec- 
tor. — Though the noise and daily bustle for the public be 
now over, 1 dare say, a good man is still tendering its welfa- 
re j as the sun in the winter, when seeming to retire from 
the world is preparing benedictions and warmth for a better 
season. No man wishes your lordship more quiet, more tran- 
quillity, than I, who know you should understand the value 
of it J but I do not wish you a jot less concerned or less active 
than you are, in all sincere, and therefore warm desires of 
public good. 

I beg the kindness (and it is for that chiefly I trouble 
you with this letter) to favour me with notice as soon as you 
return to London, that I may come and make you a proper 
visit of a day or two; for hitherto I have not been your visi- 
tor, but your lodger, and I accuse myself of it. I have now no 
earthly thing to oblige my being in town (a point of no small 
salisfaclion to me), but the best reason, the seeing a friend. 
As long, my Lord, as you will let me call you so ( and I dare 
say you will, till I forfeit what, I think, I never shall, my ve- 
racity and integrity), I shall esteem myself fortunate, in spite 
of the South-Sea, poetiy, popery, and poverty. 



— 517 — 

I cannot tell jou how sorry I am, you should be troubled 
a-new by any sort of people. I heartily wish, Quod superest 
ut iibi vivas — that you mav leach me how to do the same; 
who, without any real impediment to acting and living right- 
ly, do act and live as foolishly as if I were a great man. 1 
am, etc. 

JTff*. Pope to JBTt*. Gay* 

Sept. 2 3, i*; i4' 
Dear Mr. Gay, 

Welcome to your native soil! welcome to your friends! 
thrice welcome to me! whether relurned in glory, blest with 
court-interest, the love and familiarity of the great, and fil- 
led with agreeable hopes j or melancholy with dejection, con- 
templalive of the changes of fortune, and doubtful for the 
future. Whether returned a triumphant Whig, or a <lesj>on- 
ding Tory, equally all hail! equally beloved and welcome to 
me! If happy, I am to partake in your elevation j if unhappy, 
you have still a warm corner in my heart, and a retreat at 
Binfield in the worst of times at your service. If you are a 
Tory, or thought so by any man, I know it can proceed from 
nothing but your gratitude to a few people who endeavour to 
serve you, and whose politics were never your concern. If you 
are a Whig, as I rather hope, and, as I think, your princi- 
ples and mine (as brother poets) had ever a bias to the si- 
de of liberty, I know you will be an honest man, and an inof- 
fensive one. Upon the whole, I know you are incapable of 
being so much of either parly as lo be good for nothing. The- 
refore once more, whatever you are, or in whatever stale you 
are, all hail ! 

One or two of your old friends complained they had heard 
nothing of you since the Queen's death; I told them no man 
living loved Mr. Gay better than I, yet I had not once writ- 
ten to him in all his voyage. This I thought a convincing proof, 
how truly one may be a friend to another without telling him 
so t\ery month. But they bad reasons to themselves to allege 



— 518 — 

in jour excuse, as men who reallj value one another will ne- 
ver want such as make their friends and themselves easj. The 
late universal concern in public affairs, threw us all into a hur- 
ry spirits: even I, who am more a philosopher than to expect 
any thing from any reign, was borne away with the current, 
and full of the expectation of the Successor. During your 
journey I knew not whether to aim a letter after you ; that 
was a sort of shooting flying: add to this the demand Homer 
had upon me, to write fifty verses a day, besides learned no- 
tes, all which are at a conclusion for this year. Rejoice with 
me, my friend that my labour is over; come and make 
merry with me in much feasting: we will feed among the li- 
lies (by the lilies I mean the ladies). Are not the Rosalindas 
of Britain as charming as the Blousalindas of the Hague? or 
have the two great Pastoral poets of our nation renounced 
love at the same lime? for Philips, immortals Philips, hath 
deserted, yea, and in a rustic manner kicked, his Rosalinda. 
Dr. Parnell and I have been inseparable ever since you went. 
We are now at the Bath, where (if you are not, as I heartily 
hope, better engaged ) your coming would be the greatest 
pleasure to us in the world. Talk not of expences ; Homer 
shall support his children. I beg a line from you directed to 
the Post-house in Bath. Poor Parnell is in an ill state of health. 
Pardon me if I add a word of advice in the poetical way. 
Write something of the King, or Prince, or Princess. On 
whatsoever foot you may be with the court, this can do no harm, 
I shall never know where to end, and am confounded in the 
many things I have to say to you, though they all amount but 
to this, that I am entirely as ever, your, etc. 

JTf. Pope io Mf»*. Swift. 

June 18, 1714. 

Whatever apologies it might become me to make at any 
other time for writing to you, I shall use none now, to a man 
who has owned himself as splenetic as a cat in the country. 
In that circumstance, I know by experience a letter is a very 



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useful, as well as amusing ibing: if jou are loo busied in 
state affairs to read it, yet you may find entertainment in fol- 
ding it into divers figures, either doubling it into a pjraroi- 
dical, or twisting it into a serpentine form: or if your dispo- 
sition should not be so mathematical, in taking il with ^-ou 
to that place where men of studious minds are apt to sit lon- 
ger than ordinary ; where, after an abrupt division of the pa- 
per, it may not be unpleasant to try to fit and rejoin the bro- 
ken lines together. All these amusements I am no stranger to 
in the counliy, and doubt not (by this lime) you begin to 
relish them, in your present contemplative situation. 

I remember a man, who was thought to have some know- 
ledge in the world, used to affirm, that no people in town 
ever complained they were forgotten by their friends in the 
country j but my increasing experience convinces me he was 
mistaken, for 1 find a great many here grievously complaining 
of you, upon this score. I am told further, that you treat the 
few you correspond with in a very arrogant style, and tell 
them you admire at their insolence in disturbing your medi- 
tations, or even inquiring of yoiir retreat: but this I will not 
positively assert, because I never received any such insulting 
epistle from you. My Lord Oxford says you have not written 
to him once since you went: but this perhaps may be only 
policy, in him or you ; and I, who am half a Whig, must 
not entirely credit any thing he affirms. At Button's it is re- 
ported you are gone to Hanover, and that Gay goes only on an 
embassy to you. Others apprehend some dangerous state trea- 
tise from your retirement: and a wit, who affects to imitate 
Balsac, says, that the ministry now are like those Heathens of 
old, who received their oracles from the woods. The gentle- 
men of the Roman Catholic persuasion are not unwilling to 
credit me, when I whisper, that you are gone to meet some 
Jesuits commissionned from the court of Rome, in order to 
settle the most convenient methods to be laken for the coming 
of the Pretender. Dr. Arbuthnot is singular in his opinion, 
and imagines your only design is to attend at full leisure to 
the life and adventures of Scriblerus. This indeed must be 



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granted of greater importance than all the rest j and I wish I 
could promise so well of you. The top of my ambition is to 
contribute to that great work, and I shall translate Homer, 
bv the hy. Mr. Gay has acquainted vou what progress I have 
made in it. I cannot name Mr. Gay, without all the acknow- 
ledgments wich I shall ever owe you, on his account. If I 
writ this in verse, I would tell you, you are like the sun j and 
while men imagine you to be retired or absent, are hourly 
exerting your indulgence, and bringing things to maturity 
for their advantage. Of all the world, you are the man (wi- 
thout flattery) who serve your friends with the least ostenta- 
tion 5 it is almost ingratitude to thank you, considering your 
temper j and this is the period of all my letter which 1 fear 
you will think the most impertinent. I am, with the truest 
affection, yours, etc. 

J^r. Swift to the JEat*t of Petewhovow. 

My Lord, 

I never knew or heard of any person so volatile, and «o 
fixed as your lordship : vou, while your imagination is car- 
rying you through every corner of the world, where you have 
or have not been, can at the same time remember to do offi- 
ces of favour and kindness to the meanest of your friends j 
and in all the scenes you have passed, have not been able to 
attain that one quality peculiar to a great man, of forgetting 
every thing but injuries. Of this I am a living witness against 
vou; for being the most insignificant of all your old humble 
servants, you were so cruel as never to give me time to ask a 
favour, but prevented me, in doing whatever you thaught 1 
desired, or could be for my credit or advantage. 

I have often admired at the capriciousuess of fortune in 
regard to your lordship. She hath forced courts to act against 
their oldest and most constant maxims j to make you a gene- 
ral, because you had courage and conduct ; an ambassador, 
because you had wisdom and knowledge in the interests of 
Europe^ and an admiral on account of your skill in maritime 



— 521 — 

affairs ^ whereas, according to the usual method of court-pro- 
ceedings, I should have been at the head of the armj, and you 
of the church, or rather a curate under the Dean of St. Pa- 
trick's. 

The Archbishop of Dublin laments that he did not see 
your lordship till he was just upon the point of leaving the 
Bath j I pray God you may have found success in that jour- 
ney, else I shall continue to think there is a fatality in all 
your lordship's undertakings, which only terminate in your 
own honour, and the good of the public, without the least 
advantage to your health or fortune. 

I remember Lord Oxford's ministry used to tell me, that 
not knowing where to write to you, they were forced to write 
at you. It is so with me, for you are in one thing an evange- 
lical man, that you know not where to lay your head ; and, I 
think, you have no house. Pray, my Lord, write to me, that 
I may have the pleasure, in this scoundrel country, of going 
about, and shewing my depending persons a letter from the 
Earl of Peterborow. I am, etc. 

M**, Stet*ne to Mt*. IT. 

Goxwould, December 20, 1 '^^^. 

Thanks my dear W. , for your letter... I am just prepa- 
ring to come and greet you and many other friends in town .. . 
I have drained my ink-standish to the bottom, and after I 
have published, shall set my face, not towards Jerusalem, but 
towards the Alps... I find I must once more fly from death 
whilst I have strength... I shall go to Naples j and see whe- 
ther the air of that place will not set this poor frame to 
rights ... As to the project of getting a bear to lead, I think, 
I have enough to do to govern myself... and however profi- 
table it might be ( according to your opinion ), I am sure it 
would be unpleasurable . . . few are the minutes of life, and I 
do not think that I have any to throw away on any one being. 
1 shall spend nine or ten months in Italy, and call upon my 
wife and daughter in France at my return ... so shall be back 

21 



— 522 — 

by the King's birth-day... what a project!... and now, niv 
dear friend, am I going to lork, not for the sake of society . . . 
nor to walk bv the side of the muddy Ouse, but to recruit 
myself of the most violent spitting of blood that ever mortal 
man experienced 5 because I had rather (in case it is ordai- 
ned so) die there, than in a post-chaise on the road. If the 
amour of my uncle Toby do not please you, I am mistaken ... 
and so with a droll story I will finish this letter.. A sensible 
friend of mine, with whom, not long ago, I spent some hours 
in conversation, met an apothecary (an acquaintance of 

ours) the latter asked him how he did? why ill, very 

ill . . . I have been with Sterne, who has given me such a dose 
of Altic salt, that I am in a fever... Attic salt, Sir, Alliesalt! 
I have Glauber salt , . . . I have Epsom salt in my shop, etc . . . 
Oh! I suppose it is some French salt... I wonder you would 
trust his report of the medicine, he cares not what he takes 
himself... I fancy see you smile... I long to be able to be in 
London, and embrace my friends there... and shall enjoy 
myself a week or ten days at Paris wiih my friends, particu- 
larly the Baron d'Holbach, and the rest of the joyous sett... 
As to the females... no, I will not say a word about them... 
only I have borrowed characters taken up (as a woman does 
her shift) for the purpose she intends to effectuate. Adieu, 
adieu ... 1 am your's, etc. 

JLowd By»*on io his tnoiher . 

To THE honouhable Mrs. Byron. 

Dear Mother, 

Though I have a very short time to spare, being to sail 
immediately for Greece, I cannot avoid taking an opportunity 
of telling you that I am well. I have been in Malta a short li- 
me, and have found the inhabitants hospitable and pleasant. 
— This letter is committed to the care of an extraordinary 
woman, whom you have doubtless heard of, Mrs. S. — P. — 
She has been shipwrecked, and her life has been from the 



— 525 — 

cornnfieDcement, so fertile in remarkable accidents, that in a 
romance they would appear improbable. She was born at 
Constantinople, where her father was Austrian ambassador. 
She is on the way to England to join her husband. Being obli- 
ged to leave Trieste, where she was paying a visit to her mo- 
ther, she embarks soon in a ship of war. Since my arrival 
here, I had scarcely any other companion. 

You have seen Murray and Robert by this time, and recei- 
ved my letter. — Little has happened since that date. I have 
touched at Cagliary in Sardinia, and at Girgenli in Sicily, 
and embark to-morrow for Patras, whence I proceed to Ja- 
nina, where Ali-Pacha holds his court j so I shall soon be 
among the Mussulmans. Adieu. 

Believe me, with sincerity, yours ever 

Btron. 

Eiovd Byfon, To Jft*. ]fMoov*e* 

Venice, December 5, 1816. 
Letter 262, 

Since my former dates, I do not know that I have much 
lo add on the subject, and luckily, nothing to take away.. . 

By way of divertisement, I am studying daily, at an Ar- 
menian monastery, the Armenian language. I found that my 
mind wanted something craggy to break upon j and this— ' as 
the most difficult thing I could discover here for an amuse- 
ment — I have chosen, to torture me into attention. — It is a 
rich language, however, and would amply repay any one the 
trouble of learning it. — I try, and shall go on j but I answer 
for nothing, least of all for my intentions or my success. The- 
re are some very curious Mss. in the monastery, as well as 
books 5 translations also from Greek originals, now lost, and 
from Persian and Syriac etc. , besides works of their own 
people. Four years ago the French instituted an Armenian 
professorship. Twenty pupils presented themselves on Monday 
morning, full of noble ardour, ingenuous youth, and impre- 
gnable industry. They persevered, with a courage worthy of 



— 524 — 

the nation and of universal conquest, till Thursday j when 
fifteen of the twenty succumbed to the six-and-twenlielh let- 
ter of the alphabet. It is, to be sure, a Waterloo af an Alpha- 
bet — ^that must be said for them. But it is so like these fel- 
lows, to do hy it as ihej did by their sovereigns— abandon 
both 5 to parody the old rhymes, 

" Take a thing and give a thing „ — 
" Take a king and give a king ,,. 

EiOt'ff Bff**on To* Mtc* Uutfray. 

Venice, Jan. iSi-j, 
Letter a 5 8. 

To the Armenian Grammar, mentioned in the letters oj 
Lord Byron, the following interesting fragment, found among 
his papers, seems to have been intended' as a Preface : 

a The English reader will probably be surprised lo find 
my name associated with a work of the present description, 
and inclined to give me more credit for my attainments as a 
linguist than they deserve. 

As I would not willingly be guilty of a deception, I will 
state, as shortly as I can, my own share in the compilation, 
with the motives which led lo it. 

On my arrival al Venice in the year i8i6, I found m.^ 
mind in a state which required study, and study of a nature 
which should leave little scope for the imagination, and fur- 
nish some difficulty in the pursuit. — At this period I was 
much struck — in common, I believe, with every traveller - 
with the Society of the Convent of St. Lazarus, which appears 
to unite all the advantages of the monastic institution, with- 
out any of its vices. — The neatness, the comfort, the gen- 
tleness, the unaffected devotion, the accomplishments, and 
the virtues of the brethren of the order, are well fitted lo 
strike the man of the world with the conviction that *' there is 
another and a better even „ in this life. — These men are the 



— 52i5 — 

priesthood of an oppressed and a noble nation, which has 
partaken of the proscription and bondage of the Jews and of 
the Greeks, without the sullenness of the former, or the ser- 
vility^ of the latter. This people has attained riches without 
usurj, and all the honours that can be awarded to slaverjr 
without intrigue. But thej have long occupied, nevertheless, 
a part of *' the House of Bondage „ who has lately multiplied 
her many mansions. It would be difficult, perhaps, to find 
the annals of a nation less stained with crimes, than those of 
the Armenians, whose virtues have been those of peace, and 
their vices those of compulsion. But whatever may have been 
their destiny — and it has been bitter — whatever it may be 
in future, their country must ever be one of the most interes- 
ting on the globe ; and perhaps their language only requires 
to be more studied to become more attractive. If the Scrip- 
tures are rightly understood, it was in Armenia that Para- 
dise was placed — Armenia, which has paid as dearly as the 
descendants of Adam for thai fleeting participation of its soil 
in the happiness of him who was created from its dust. It 
was in Armenia that the flood first abated, and the dove 
alighted. But with the disappearance of Paradise itself may be 
dated almost the unhappiness of the country 5 for though long 
a powerful kingdom, it was scarcely ever an independent 
one, and the satraps of Persia and the pachas of Turkey have 
alike desolated the region, where God created man in his own 
image „. 



cly^''«*»»|^ jflMt'i 



l^Vi «1l^ 



— 526 — 

n'b'hihRPb'b &nnh3JisnnhP'bR^'' 

i. Of titles. 

In speaking of a king. His Majestj. i 

Of an emperor^ His Imperial Majeslj. 

Of the king or queen of England^ His or Her Britanic Majeslv. 

Of the king of France, His most ChriEtian Majesty. 

Of the king of Spain, His Catholic Majesty. 

Of the king of Portugal, His most Faithful Majestj. 

Of the king of Naples, His Sicilian Majesty. 

Of the king of Sardinia, His Sardinian Majesty. 



bs tV^LP3 'b "lA* *H^*"** ' jujjunub^^ quiiuuj9^ tnhnfi'ft nubjw 
itn-nnu^uMi^uthiib i^a'qtt-nnL.ts-u/b qpnt.qui$nnnL.[a trutltn V-b/lE SAV- 

ttn^y* ^uib£^ • innm-iT IfIi utlitf-ij t^trniT* *bpk • />«»<«/• "'('^b 

Jlp* t^ n.ni.u ^uMn^uMiup : 

\XjL.^'"P^'*P uthif uMiun diuu\tli ihrt^nv.uMt^b'""*-^^^"*^'' ^^"ibp 

IMUM ^p i848 » 'Z/'f' lituiniunhuif^L. u/bphnb TCu/UtuftfJ' L.U L. jht._ 



— 52? — 

In speaking to a king. Sire, your Majesty. 

To the queen, Madam, your Majesty. 

To an emperor^ Sire, your Imperial Majesty. 

To the pope, Holy Father, your Holiness. 

To the sultan, Your Highness. 

To a prince, son, or brother of a sovereign. Your Royal or 
Imperial Highness. 

To a prince of the blood royal. Your Serene Highness. • •* 

To every other prince. Your Highness. 

To aw electbr. Your Electorial Highness. 

To a cardinal. Your Eminence. 

If he is a prince. Your most Eminent Highness. 

To a minister or ambassador. Your Excellency. 

To a duke. Your Grace. 

To an archbishop. Your Grace. 

To a bishop. My Lord. 

l>- V-tf"^-*t"" » S^f» ^«^' 

^wj other nobleman, My Lord. 



— 528 — 

To a gentleman, Sir. .■-.'?. . -wjv a ok ^tX-vu. 

To a lady. Madam. 

To an unmarried lady. Miss. 

2. To aecosJ, salute, quit, 

•'' oT 
Good morning, Sir. „.{ 

I wish you good morning, day, evening, etc. 

Iptut^l^ trti' ok-t[^ujn.uji-oin , op \—S hpb^y fuu*ntuiijit,(d-huMh t v. " 

I am happy to have the pleasure of seeing you. 

\\fitij.tutr Jbbriuunliu pitt^ uthuuilihiu fttT aJth-at 

Keep your hat on, I beg. ,' 

^pp ^^lh""pk'^ » ^u^b'lit-tu q^^i-fui^ utniuskd'i 

You are too polite. \ 

\\UJin^ JuMpq.tuukp . punttfjtupq.^lf t^o : 

Do not mention it. 

Do me the favour to take a seat. 

^utqJbnnt^ tuiuuib'if'i 

I am much obliged to you, but I cannot stay any longer. 

^^inp^ niJufitr ctlrq, puijq ^uM^ttrtf It^uf^nlitL. hplfujp : 

W^hat ! will you leave us already ? 

I am extremely sorry I cannot enjoy your company longer. 

I am sorry you have paid me so short a visit. 

It is with regret I leave you so soon. 

^7*.. hu il^ituliuttT plii^ miupiuJ-UMiT Jk^tjtju ftiT 'ti ^l^ -. 

When shall we have the pleasure of seeing you again ? 



-- 529 ~ 

Good b^e, take care of yourself. 

n#««^ k**'32h ' "1^ dtp ' 

I wish you every possible success. 

I wish pvery thing may succeed to your mind. 

Pm«#» pif^l'31- j'*'2i"i]'"3b *"*^^'***P> '• 

1 shall be glad to hear that you have met with success. 

\rn.n iut9niinuiutf nj tf.nnb'nqq. nt.niufu tupmuql^ it'*' ijy^ 

Gome and see us again as soon as possible. 

^nt.(3-uj J^i^uuibt^uiir iJuiiiJusnutlfli i^tuiutitu^^uMn. Jhat 

I wish you a good health. 

^'i2jiP* d^t ^^n* pn^***J* p.iunonnt.pkuMb Jibpnt-tT: 

Farewell, your servant. ;d; urt.d' 

XfpP' nijfiiuJp. , ^u.n.uti hWi 

Till I see vou again. 

^kuqnt-o i^nt-ffnil^ qlintruipu : 

Adieu, my best wishes. 
I wish you good evening. 

(Kufpf, krplrl{nj : 

I wish you good night. 

(^l-^hp pUMpft : — h inju puipf, : . ,V ^ ;^ ^i^ \ 

I wish you uninterrupted health. 

5. Of compliments. 

Qtuntuau jtunatuUtuq . 
I have a great many compliments for you. 
From one of your intimate friends. 
I am delighted to hear from him. 

f\t.ptufu h-iT plti^ tni-pu 'bnptu x 

Have the goodness to thank him for me. 



— 550 — 

I beg you to be the bearer of mj sentiments to jour father. 

My best compliments to all jour familj. 

^>^jujpij.uiliu jtiT m^npi ^hnq-iuuuiu/lijtn. : 

Remember roe in the kindest manner to all our friends. '«siv I 

Qnt-yutnut qi'i* [* piuph^mn^ JJiinu pnupkl^uiJuMa : 

Mj love to jour children. 

You are verv kind to come and see us. ' 

\\tunh irusnn.tuul;n hu cr/f tLtuu uihuiulilr/ aJha : i.- 

It was amiable of jou to think of us. ^ 

We have onlj to complain that we see jou so seldom. ! 

P%^ utju li.hp aiug^fiJa aj^ utjuufliU ij.nult ni.nirp uibuu^tkilh ap&qn 

I tell jou what I think without flatterj. 

^np p"^ fij^p'^l'*/' 'ljj**lp* ^ UMuhtP UMtt-utitq Jlniu ^tuTCnufS-lr utii : 

We treat JOU as a friend, without ceremony. 

YppL. f^ii^ puiphliuMJli i!^p^dh plii^ ok tftu luuthq utl^Uiuiuni.p'Iru/lt v'. 

I have heard of jour success, and offer you my congratulations, i 

Int-ufj aju/Pnnttt-P-lrutf oncildl; , L. pnin.tulfpq ipbpu ohq: 

I congratulate jou with all mj heart. 

4. Of the health, y^^-w ,; 

Qtuntuau nut«nn«mphtuG . 
How do JOU do? 
Very well, thank jou. 

\\iupp ptupt-np , ^tnp^iu^ujf hiTt 

You are verj kind, I am prettj well. 

^L^P'^'l'l- Jutpt^tuu^p hti , Jlf^ p'^P^i'B. IliuiTi 

I am charmlnglj well, thank God. 

*\\n^nu(d-puU Wuuint-it-nj putpi-np IpuiT: 

You look extremelj well. 



— 551 — 

I am not very well. 

I do not feel qoile comfortable. 

Hi lup'iuiifi '/- ^uibq-uinkuib hiT: 

I suffer a great deal. 

'l^tunfi tub^utbif.ftuut hiTs 

I have a pain in the head. 
I have the head-ach. 
I have a sore throat. 
1 am hoarse. 

I have a cold in niv head. 
I hope it will be nothing. 

^ajti^iuiT qb iluMnutliqjtli pti^ VS^ ' 

I am very sorry for jour indisposition. 

Your brother seems very well. 

He has a good constitution. 

His son appears to have delicate health. 

Opq-fi ^input iluJtniun.ntf2_ P-nt.fi tliJilrf'. 

It is probable he will not live to be old. 

b. To inquire after news. 

Qtuntuau fitunqtuGhrnj Gnntuimnu , 
What news is there abroad ? 

^Jf^^ 'hnpiuini-pg 1^1*11 */» ^luqiu^Jtb s 

What is the state of politics? 



— 552 — 

Have you heard nothing news? .i^ .Li -, 

Have vou read the news-papers ? 

f^'13-tpju^^ ^l_pufi^pu : 

What report is there in town ? 

Do you know the news of the daj ? ? 

\^iliu^ujj^ qipt-pu iuunt.£iu s 

There is very interesting of intelligence. 

^l./i^f 'linpiu^m.^ia lupj-utliiuunnp *fi i^fitnlr£_t:>{^\a, \Ji 

Is it official? 

It is considered as such. ■, 

Wjbuiku SutiTutpl, t _ ^ ^ 

They talk of a bloodly battle. j y^ (|i | 

fKtulbp ituh'nli qtupnijhn.ni.yi/1 ufuiuitrnuioJi s 

It is a stock-jobbing report. ( 

6. Of the weather. 

Qutntuau otinq . 
How is the weather to daj? ,.•> lw>o«> r aeif -^R 

^^fiujpij^ ff^h u^juoft oif^ : .' ~ ' ' ' 

There is a likelihood of fair weather. 

It is very fine weather. . . .\ 

\\uip\t n-hqhifltli 4 oq^ : .\ i^xn^S^ 

It is clear and serene weather. 

^UJjb-iun. L tMiiup^k ot^ s ' 'tVV\Vi'i ^'^ *' 

It is cloudy weather. 

It is dark, dull or heavy, wet, diy or stormy weather- 

X^Plil* , P-iuU^putilluh- \>hS husUp , fuiAiuu., hntu^m \mS diiftliutflig 

It is bad weather. 



— 555 — 

It is unwholesome weather. 

There is a very thick fog. 

It is going to rain, it rains, it does not rain, it rains as fast 
as it can pour. 

It is but a shower, an april shower. 

I am wet to the skin, I am afraid of catching cold. 

^tu^lfuti_hJ' ^nulih-pu ftiT, trplili^tT Jli ^ncgl;^ ^UMppnt-fii [i'^'f'tfliJ'i 

It clears up, it grows fine. 

^ujpqlt oq.% f tf.lfqllFai^uAiUJj , qnt.uin[3'utbtuj : 

I see the rainbow already, it is a sign of fair weather. 
The streets are very dirty. 

\\utpp uiqUhi-ui t/lt tpnitna^M : 

I am up to the ears in dirt. 

'^^qiufuhqujj tnipTnil^Jltlt^L iitf.£nt-fti ftj'z 

It is bad walking, the stones are very slippery. 

^'**Jl/''l ih ^lutp , l^uip^ fuipttnthj t/li DUtplpbpit t 

Is the wind changed? look at the wealher-cock. 
The wind blows cold. 

i^piniuphp 2l'ih ^niiph s 

It begins to be cold, it is excessively cold. 

^punMi%iuf_ u^uiM^Jt * ^If^p^ jy^ ^nt^pm 4 oif.% ■ 

My fingers are benumbed with cold. 

yPtuuttlLlfo ptf pbi^ujpdiuaujti p ^PW^ll ' 

It snows in great flakes, it hails, it freezes. 

^pt^i% ^nul; utiuptuihni^^, liiupl^inl; , u^tunfi l^-tS uutn.fi t 

It froze very hard last night. 

QiuT/jtr^tiLt/' f-p^pp u^itiLtua.njbii miuiik-qiut- i 

The river is frozen over. 

*!»«■*«« uuin-m-olriui J^ s 

I saw ice five inches thick. 

3i&-(/^ quMiub 4^^"^ tituuili *fi (^uittJtpni.fS-^tJb t- 



— 554 — 

Is there no fire? go and fetch two good logs of wood. 

Q^ni-j^ ujuut iiput^ . hpP L ^ftin lrp^ni.u ^nTCh^u i^tujinlt^z 

A wood fire is more agreeable than a coal fire. 

X^putlf i^uijuwfi qnt-uipP-uMi^npt Lu 1; outU tpuh-funpi s 

The weather is milder, it thaws, the snow melts away. 

The sun shines charminglj. 

It is warm. How warm it is! j,; 

S^plT k • {^'pituip ^^ I; '. / mfi I 

I am excessively hot, I perspire. ;? 

\\uifip tnuMU£iuahui£^ytr f onutlihiTi \ 

Let us go into the shade, 1 am in perspiration all over. 

yjpfd-ft^nL^ fAq. utnnt-trpo^ , C^uiduijli '^ ^f§pin% ^lUiT nunqhmi^'. 

We shall have a storm afternoon, the skv is cloudy all over. 

Do you see how it lightens? 

One can see nothing but flashes of lightning. 

fl « «"// /'^'i trpLjib pujjq 3"pp^^^ t^uijiutuiiuliiubq s 

It thunders, the thunders roars. I 

^pnutujj . [iifil' pni/ppL^if) npnutJu/ha s 

What a clap of thunders! 

^pufjiuji (d-%ff.fn-li npnutilit/liq : 

The thunderbolt fell, last summer, on the steeple. 

Qu/bahini-u' iutfuin.uiti ulhl^uMt. i^umjO' lulpi *fi 'V*'/"''/ ittyunupiu^nli : 

It has thundered all night. ^ 

The weather is changeable, settles. * 

7. Of the hour. 

Qiunutatt du*tCnzq . 

Tell me, if you please, what o' clock it is by your watch? 



— 555 — 

I cannot tell vou exacllj, because it goes too fast- 

And mine has not gone these two days. 
What is it o* clock? 
It is twelve at noon. 

Yfp^nmuJUiMtlihnnni^ <ruij* ^utuiunutl^ tut.nt.ft : 

It is a quarter past twelve. 

\^nl£ntnujuu/li xriutT It. tip otuiuann ttAuhuif^i 

It is half a hour past twelve. 

^nlininuiuutli trtntT U. i^i^u s 

It is three quarters past one, or it wants a quarter of two. 

\^Jt L t-pfro atun-npt^ \mS Irp^itt. J-uiiT ^atit.npq.pt. Jpnil^ ttftts^iiuu t 

It is twelve at night. 

Do VOU know what hour it is bj the clock ? 

^putpq^o P-l; att/hp J-itiilh Ir'lt puin J'tutlui^tupjib : 

It is early. 

\^u!tint-ju t; • tluiij^ 4" • 

It Struck five o' clock just now. 
It is not late. 

P< 4^ ttMbtut^tttU : 

I assure you it is not yet so late. 

|]uMiuf4 l^P lb fk ittpi^tuift ttlbtut^titb : 

It goes too fast as well as my watch. 

Wtu J-tuiTiuatiiq Irputi^l; iiptt/l^u qpifL : 

What o' clock do you think then it is? 

'^ttib^ ijj-tuifu ^ujpb-fiqhu pi^ ts^ ' 

At most, it is but thrfee quarters past four. 

Ij^rt. tun-iut-ts^ iTD" ^'***^ ^ ^P^\£i uiun-ttpi^ ; 

A quarter of an hour more or less makes no great difference. 

^tu/Lnpif. lip J-tutlht. iun.iut.ki_lituir 'linutuif_ ^ fth^mtuppkpni-^ 
RItt.'b: 

It is about six o' clock. 



— 336 — 

It wants but a few minutes of it. 

It has struck seven. 
It is past eight. 

Q«./i7 J-uJifh u/Jtuh luih'ti : ;. 

1 did not think it was so late. 1 

fl^ k^'P^^t f^k tujh^i^ utbiuif-iiA ffrnk 5 J 

It is ten o' clock exactly. ,..,.-.. ,»i 

TitzS- '""'"'^ J-iutfg h% i -, ,v vi«.i^. i|» a> 'XAito^* <^WM««>«m^«i^| 

It is much later than I thought it. ^ "si 

What hour does it strike? — Eleven. \ 

^tub^ J-iuJh Irb nn C^^'li s — - {^buiiuutultknnnn. s j J 

Hush ! I hear the town clock. J 

Let us go and look at the sundial then. 

How passes away ? .A'\^'i a* il 

It is almost time for me to go home? 

}^^l; pitJi puji-tu^u/it J-iuiIutltui^ IrnldruMinj *p lanult i 

I always like to keep good hours. 1 
At what hour must you go home? 

\} pp \mi jnnnt-iT J'luJht. muipta I; £.t>'l tumutlittij^ uiu/b s 

At half past nine exactly . 

QpTtu U li^u J-utJhi. u^tijp^u^ : 

II grows late. 

'[^itutf.u/L nuphSh I; i 

It will soon be night, the sun is just set. 
It is dark now. 

\pP^tuqJbp intuit, 



iniuuiut. 



— 357 — 

8. Days, months, etc, 

Qtuntu^u tuzmjt€f It, tutfun^ , h,G . 
The academy meets everj mondaj. 
I paid him last tuesday. 

That happened the second Wednesday of the month. 
You shall have it, without fail, next thursdaj. 

gain mupM juMjutT iun.ui2bh'*U ^1^1-1^(0" P-n9 $u%juiu^iuq^ : 

I shall set off on fridaj for the country. 

There will be an eclipse of the moon on Saturday, 

We ought to rest on Sunday. 

I have passed the whole day sadly. 

It is likely he will not set off to-day. 

^nufi pi^ n^Jhliiilruufi tuiuon s 

We had a grand ball yesterday evening. 
The three pirates were hanged the day before yesterday. 
After lo-morrow there will be great rejoicings in town. 
The next day he was taken and carried to jail. 

QuA^tr£nt.i/' utt-ni.n pJpnJjj Irqut l. It. tul^utt. p pututn : 

Do you promise it to me this week ? 

We had a hunting party every week, and we had a ball every 
fortnight. 

QiuJIAutpt kroPthl^Ji ^kh-u/liLtlp inpu , L. itfnlini.u hoP^htu^u 

22 



— 558 — 

Tell me, if jou please, wbat day of the month it is? 

XXuut taqtu^tf qf^^ op 4" uiiTunju : 

You will not have it before the end of this month. 
His quarter expired the thirtieth of last month. 

^tui/tuff.pp'i/nntu tuuiunuthaiUL. ihnhtiblrpnpi^nL.ir utt-ni.n tubatm^ 
^nj uMtlunpi r 

He died the twenty seventh of January 1787. 

}^yn.uMu %UM 'It ouuMUL.Imo(3t'b § H t^i H t-ui nft 1787 uiJpli r 

He was born the third of februarj. '* '**^* 

\yMbrtu^I^ Uiu J^nn**!"^- uMi-nt,n Jthinnnt-UMpji : ' 

The spring begins on the twenty first of march. 

f\%utpnuult u^uu/lili 'fi ouu/lilt.Jftli nnpn. utt.ni.p Jiunutfi : 

The month of april is rainy. 

WJpuii iMMMfp^ii^uJi/Jn/i.uJjfi'b 4" • 

The country- looks very pleasant in the month of may. 

^P*-Ij>pk^ qnL.$unp-iuinlrufi£^h% lutJuh- utlih Jufjftup : '< 

They mow the meadows in June. 

Wpuiop^^ ^'blfi'lt 'ft jn^bpu^ I 

It is exceedingly hot in July. 

The harvest is got in in the month of august. 

^ntSliAp Dusiiph iiuJlitrutltu oa.nuuinun s 

The summer is over by the twenty-second of September. 

^uhn.u ulfuuttifi h ouuiutLlrp^nt- ubruiuthilplrpp : 

We had fine weather during the whole month of October. 

£^/^ pnilu/iiq.iul^ uiiljitih ^n^int-Jptrp ^utpp ^t-qlrj^^ Iffih oij^ z 

The river was frozen hy the third of november. 

^tFutli miui^jtuc jhppnp^ opl; 'linjIrJp.h-pjM s 

We embarked on the seventeenth of december. 

\^inuM^ 'ft %uMt. tko[9-1fiLinutu1blrpnpq.ni.t/' luuni^p q.trliinhilp.hpp i 

The winter has been very severe in this year. 

i^Jka-h ifujpfi uiuutnliuMUUMtt-nja ^htuf_l; jumjuiT tui/p t 

Leap-year has three hundred and sixty-six days. 

%tu^utlt2_ ujtfu nuitp hphp i^iuplti.p ilut[9-unJb L iltj utt-ncpu : 

The last century has been famous for great events. 



— 539 — 

Elernitj has neither beginning nor end. n. u >/ 

9. Seasons. 

Qutntuau jhnuiGtuutuq . 
Which season do ^ou like best? 



The winter pleases me better than either of the three others. 

^i/hn.% tun.uJt.lrr ^luTCnj 4' l>^*<^ M"*^' 9"iJlJf f'Ppul* • 

It is not so with me. 

P(#fn fiu n^l^ tMMji^uil^u I 

I like summer best. 

\fU upfttrir iun.iut.lr[_ outilattLb s 

I like the spring a great deal better. 

^^uipni%'it tun.tut.tri_ J"!^ tufunnJ-t-iTx 

What do you saj' of aulumn ? 

\}*- tfjt %< tuulru qtu^iiMJjIinj : 

In the spring, nature seems to revive, everj thing smiles. 

|t tf.iu^uMU ilhjililTliatuii^ j^nt-P-^tjb , tut/h%tuj%i Ji^i a.irntu<fuifitn 
h^ftti-tutip : 

The earth is adorned with green, the trees are decked with 
leaves and blossoms. 

ij^VrC 'J^'P1-***l'p i^iU£tupk-op , h'tun^p tMfTCliJtii uiuqtun(3-nt^ U. 
b-tui^op s 

In short, the country is delightful, the meadows and the gar- 
dens are enamelled with flowers. 

^tuiftun.om tuut/ qnt^tupP-tumlru^f i/b a^t-tton^a , $fiunq.iuaL.ir^ 
uij^ip L. p.nt.puuutnutitp UfTdbutqiuni^lTiuj^ttiunUop : 

In winter, on the contrary, every thing languishes, and the 
days are very tedious. 

P%^ ^tuliiun,tulib *fi AtlbntMjpift iutlh% utfU ^<%niL.iui^tui_liuui , L, 
tut-nt-rtp HTV *""*n'f^"*lhB ^^ • 

We can scarcely go out without getting dirty. 

^ntJi nt-ptrp lr£uAti/h tuninuipu tun.uMlia uiniliu^tunutpt I^^^USf ' 

I like winter best for riding in a coach. 

I^ idkptMtpi^ ut^nnJ-lrJ* q^itui /^tuiuog s 



~ 540 — 

You are in the right, and in summer I like better to \¥a\k. 

At that season, pleasant walks are every where to be found. 

2p9ujif.uMjni.piMu!h t 

For mv part, I think winter is the most dismal season in the 
year. 

P<f<n ftu , liuMiib-triT Irfik jh-quAut^u utiupi-nj ^**t^^ jy^ FPC~ 
fupiu^^^t* ^JhtJb 4 ' *«.-*?' j^A jv«,t urn ^M^^ 

I don't like it at all. ' ' u 

You are not singular, most people are of your opinion. 

n^yifj ;*?«9dj ?»4ii i 

The autumn is the most pleasant of all the seasons. 

■^WncWi ^tuUCnjiJua.njlA If iiuJabutpt Irnutbut^u iniupi.nj t 

It is neither too hot nor too cold. 

The summer produces fruits, but the autumn ripens them. 

uUnu^ib i. 

It is commonly cold in the spring. 

|i tf-iunhtujliji nbt^^tubnuiuiliu tjniliu^jtli t/b oi^ : 

The season is very forward, very backward. 

\^nutUtulib liiunh t^uiittuJ'uMjtuh , l^uMnp utufUMj-tuaT \m^ tuhuit^uM_ 

All the stone- fruits have failed. 

\\nnfiquMunn ufinni-q^ ifp^ u£lr^u*it s 

We have a sultry summer. ^ 

\\uinh utofJ iua.^% 4* uiJuMlub : 

They are making hay, the meadows are mowed. 

They have begun the harvest, the crop will be plenlifui 

We are in the dog-days. 



— 541 — 

Summer is over, autumn begins. 

The dajs grow much shorter. 

The leaves grow jellow and begin to fall. 

Fire begins to be confortable. 

Winter draws near. — It is winter. 

The davs are short, the cold insupportable. 

^utli^n'Xk Irlt UMi-ni.pp , L. ant-nutlt uthptfnh^ : 

Will they be able to skate? 
The ice does not bear. 

yu/n.% fjitui-^ u$niiui^f tnuAk-jjt 

The davs begin to lengthen. 

The winter grows mild, we have had no winter this year. 

^tlbn^t JhndtultuBj , lutiud' tuJfi utliuiqn. I^utba JtJhiLb £ 

The winter destroys the insects. 
Yes, but it snows and freezes. 
It rains often in the spring. 
But it is too hot in summer. 

^UJja It. iUMiltun-UMh ^tupn ^na. Jf t 

Decisively the autumn is more agreeable. 
10. Remarkable days. 

^oduMlftuU tuznzjip . 
I paid no visits on new-year's day. 



— 542 — 

How manj lies are often included in the words '* A happy 
new jear to jou „ ! 

^UMM.np Jihq%np inuipji ?9 : 

Aunt, what will you give me for my new year's gift, or Christ- 
mas box? 

On twelfth-day we had fine entertainment, and my sister was 
chosen queen. ^i>^^i'^/ 

1« luttmbnt-f^huMb tnhiuiA nubl^uMa if.hnk'^pli pHL apouutbu 
qnt-UMnlCni-P-yu/lt , L. £.njn fiiT f^uiphraiuL. H-lltlJ • 

We spent shrovelide sadly this year. 

^nuit p.uMnlrlih'iitf.uhili uinuiJhi.p^lrunfp. l;uihq tfutiu lutTi 

We heard a fine sermon on ash-wednesday. 

T* ynpf^JlZ^P'^Pl^ Jitfupnq £nLutp tflri/f.^fi^ fitfu ^u/pnq^: 

The catholics are forbidden to eat flesh during lent. 

\^jtif.lrih-UMi^ J^utPnt-tip^t^iMja nt-inhf^JJiu juinni-^UM^ub j 

Our Lord Jesus-Christ died on good-friday. 

^^nli Jhp Qftunuu ^njtuuwnu Jho-tut. iiuunt-n usLuttf. nt-p_ 
piuPnc s 

I shall set out as soon as easier is over, but always before 
ascension. '>l ("no swoju u w^X ;i 

Qkui qutin^/A ihni-PuMatuja ^!btuf_utpiniu^u JJiii^^fh. hi^lrtuf^ molt 
^uiJpiupJiJu/lt t 

I spent whiisunlide, Gorpus-Christi, and assumption holidays 
in the country. 

Putoliu Hih^mlilinuinlf^a , aJiupShnj L tuplrutU mkutit^ L t^k _ 
piuipn^JuMb inAu uAian»~auiblmtF p if.ht^ : 

When is he to come back r* 

^>e. Irpp tfiunfUutj^ ufjupt~lt s 

Before all saints day. 

Qigtn.u*P pofilf qui A tuJisbuMpM uppn^ ; 

Our Lord was born on christmas-day. 

$4/'^' «^/» it%iuL. jtui-ni-p bVbi^lruMb % 

To-day is a fast-day. 

"y^juop ufui^^o 4 > \'^^ h-nJiuuiUM^^ 4 - 



— 545 — 
Fridays and Saturdays are fish-days among the catholics. 

^i.np.iuP' U. ^u/piup' ufiu^nj uMt.ni.pp ktt ^luP'ni.i^likutj^ : 

It was neither a fair nor a market-day. 

fl < inobuMi^utTCutit. l^£t It. n^ on i^uiauin.nt.n x 

I shall be impatient for holidays. 

y^JillUMbop iRguiiT H-UMiftf inoltiuliuili uiunupa : 

11. To entreat, to ask. 

Qtuntuau tunkfiuhinj it, JuGnnbinj . 

I have a favour to ask of you. 

I should like to know, if you please. 

^utJti^ u-ftutyf^, t-pif 'yinTi^ujliu (^ tuut£_^ i 

Have the goodness to tell me. 

\^uui u/niu^ift 

Have the kindness to tell me. 

X^Mnn^u lunuMitlriuf^uiuut JtliJt t 

You will oblige me if you will render me that service. 

^ttnniftuu^iunin i 

I beg pardon if 1 interrupt you. 

^ft-nnt-Uh ^uj/qyiP hph ^utuiiubkiT upuslju 3ihn ; 

I am sorry to trouble you for such a trifle. 

^tUL.1; ^tli3i n^ i^uJU^t <h<y%nj ui^j^utm uin^hlT aika : 

If it was the effect of jour kindness. 

^h-pnj %lrpnniuJuinL.p-lruAi^ ^inp^ ^ uiju ; 

Oblige me so far. 

You will oblige me infinitely. 

^%nn^iuu£utnin tunuMunhu tjhu J^'y '[> uufiun. : 

You oblige in so handsome a manner, that it encourages me 
to apply to you always. 



— 544 — 

It is your fault if I trouble you so often : why are you so 
obliging ? 

^k-pnqtuJinni-Ph-u/bq. ij^h^ h'U jtubguiliou , a^i luiuuil^u jut^ 
Atufu iluiuuitutf uinltthiT fM^H' 

12. To consent and to grant. 

Qtuntuau fttuttuUhrnj h, ^Gnp^bj^nj * 
Willingly ; With all my heart. 

Most heartily ; why not ? 

Wilh pleasure. 

i^oJ-UMnutiQiin unuijti- t 

I am at your command. 

^nuti/iMun oat-iF tthiutfi 

Assuredly : ves, without doubt. 

^uii.uMUuitsrtuL. , tujn , tubtrnl^Jpui : 

Not that only, but every thing else. 

f\*utjuL.h(& , utiili. lujioli utUBhutib : 

I shall always be ready to serve you. 

^UMUBUutjIifi tuutuMjq i^iuuinutuuttulfidtli n h'lUit-iuitri jtls-tft 

1 am delighted to have an opportunity of serving you. 
1 am entirely at your service. 

ft a'utn.ujjnt.ppt.u Atrp l^uMtT uIliAhut1ini-l;it : 

Just as you please. 

I have not the least objection to make. 

^niJh^iP ItlttuMuhf^ ftlti^Q-liiri 

I consent 5 I do not oppose it. 

^un-iultpiT. \"tf n*^ui^ujtt.ui^pir: 

I have no objection to it. 

Q^ ^tf (tlt^ f^nq-ftJiuput^inuPftt^ z 

All I have at vour service. 



— 545 — 

I am entirely devoted to jou. 

1 am delighted that you make free with me. 

I cannot refuse you any thing. ^ 

You may dispose of me as of yourself. 

13. To offer. 

Qtumuau uiuwimqtuult^nj . 
Do me the favour to accept that trifle. 

f^ti^uM/ufntutk-t/* qn.nuiAuMahutiu qutju • • • 

I offer it you cheerfully. 

^oJ-tunuiJJiui JutinnL.qMM^lMJ* ,ft^1_ 'PffJ** • 

Allow me to offer you this fruit. 

\^hnhtu libA \mS Pan jittJi ifiuuinuiqutblMg^ •P^l. I'^Pt** ' 

Will you accept this peach? . 

Let me have the honour to present you these grapes. 

'^tnn^kqlfD fibJt JuMinnL.DUMUli-f^Jthq_ an$d[njau qutiunuftli i 

You will not refuse a glass of wine. 

^tuHilru^hB pliq-ni-bki apiuJ-uiqu q-ftlii-nj : 

Without ceremony 5 will you take a cup of coffee? 

Wiuuttiq Jiii^ utl^biubrni-PlFUMlt , ^lujpqho pt/uflrf q.utt.utP' JJt 

I dare not offer you a cup of tea. 
Will you take a glass of cordial? 
What can I offer you that would agreeable ? 

^JIj%^utfunpJ-lrf^u tlutpP^qpiT t/utinni-qutiit-f Jtlrqt 

Without ceremony, tell me what you like , of which dish 
shall I help you ? 

IX<'«'^4^ ^%<^ ^luiltuftJiutii qnn tufunnJ-ljD , J"P"3 umutunuq 
Jiumni-tifi^ Jt-qj 



— 546 — 

In what can I be useful to you? ' , *, 

14. To return thanks. 

Thank you j I thank jou ; I return you many thanks. 
I am exceedingly obliged to you. 

X^uinn uftunuiiuiM^tuli hiT o£-a : 

I am veiy grateful for your kindness. 

You offer so kindly one cannot refuse you. 

It is impossible to resist offers made in so obliging a manner. 

13/' 4""*^ k *n3pj-h^ ipint.ljnu nn lujuonjtibut^ i^ltuMn bniutMiu^iut. 

It is impossible to do a favour in a more pleasing manner. 

Nobody posses the art of obliging in so friendly a manner 
as you. 

^fiB, f*p fip t-b^'hs'* **fp**H^" ybnpifUtu^uipin ^uiani-au/lt Iri g/y 

15. To decline or refuse. 

Qtunutau /intuJ^tujfikinj LtutC %CknJ^hinj * 
I cannot j That is impossible for me. 

^^UMphiT. y^^utpfi'b ^ pibjt lyi- • 

I am very sorry, but I cannot do it. 

^ojcfitf' ijft ^tupbtT tun.'iihrf_ Ipyi- * 

That cannot be. 



— 547 — 

I will never consent to il. .. ^ 

I am compelled to disoblige jou. 
That does not concern me. 

^be /"^ f^'L d^'t k'"i- - 

I regret exceedingly tbat I cannot render you tbat service. 
Be assured it is not for want of inclination. 

y\u§ntu^ lirn q^ n^ iu/bjoJ-utnnL.p^h%l;u plrnpir *p tnuMliutfqiuft^ s 

I beg a thousand pardons. 

I bope vou will bave tbe goodness to excuse me. 

Qnt-uuitT ij^ ptupnt-PhutJftq. ^nil_iu^JbquMif.Jip uiftiuujhu qfiu z 

Above all, do not be offended wilb me. 

I assure you, it is not my fault. 
ij(#«nff#4 iji-p lb "i_ t'^ ^'^' j**^3*^^ ' 
Excuse me to your father. 

\^Jbittuit.ltp utniu i^u utn. ^oph ^nuifi 

I would give the world if I could render him that service. 

ititutn.uJjnuPfttJbq. : 

16. To affirm, 

Qtunm^u /ttuuuiutink^nj qjttuCu . 

Yes; certainly; assuredly. 
That is true ; it is but loo true. 
You may believe me. 

^lut-UMutUMo^o nil A ; 

I can assure you of it. 



— 548 — 

I saw it with my own ejes. 

li^op /r«/«i^ inhufi funpi , hu [ih^ k-ijk uiliui%4uutlru i 

I heard it with inv own ears. 
That gentleman saw it as well as I. 
It is impossible now to doubt it. 
It is as clear as day. 
It is official news. 

^tu^toltutl£uAi I; ^i-pu t 

It is no longer permitted to entertain a doubt. 

Qit i/u*p[9- fA/jf. t-fi^iup hfiliJinh£_ tiuMjif-Jlubli : 

It is no longer a secret. 

There is nothing talked of but that. 

d7. To deny, or call in doubt. 

Qtuntuau mntuGutinj Lu»W hnhttmhinj . 

No, not al all j that is not. 
That is false J It is a falsehood. 
It is a calumny. 

^l^iupiount-PJttA 4r 1 uiJp.tuuuiuAnt.pfiub 4' • 

There is no such thing. 

That is impossible J It is a fabrication. 

I will willingly bet against it. 

l^tMJi/iu^utp 'p p.tMtuut Jinu/UhW ihuiA UJjq.n : 

Ifou are rattling. 

j^uMn-utinu/Uo irb tuuutalrtutpn. t 



— 549 ~ 

Pshaw ! you jest. 

Is it possible? Is it credible? 

Do you speak seriously ? 

What! seriously ? 

That is beyond my comprehension. 

I am sure there is not a word of it true. 

I am sure of the contrary. 

You have been imposed on. 

\\jiup^u q.nc. , luiup.hiUfhu qJih^i 

You will see there is nothing in it. 

18. To express admiration and astonishment. 

Qtuntuau gmqtuQhrnj qtupuutuu It. qtutu^nznltzG . 
It is veiy- beautiful j It is admirable. 
It is enchanting^ It is astonishing. 
That surprises me. 

^^ufqnt-Qu/bJ^ qliu i 

I am enchanted with it. 

y^ou/li^UMqtriui trtT p}"lr "iJt ' 

That news has much surprised me, I cannot get over it. 
Who would have conceived it? 

fljTf' 'upfl-lrqg fijh lunp^nL.pq.1^ s 

You cannot form any idea of it. 



— 550 — 

It exceeds imagination. 

It came like a clap of thunder. 

\tppli. HAutpi npntnJluli luhi^ hnL. s 

19. To express horror and fright. 

/l qmqtuGhi oue/t h, qknLhzn * 
Great God! Ob! Heavens! ^ «. f 

What horror! What infamj ! 

It is dreadful. 

That makes one shake. 

It is abominable, horrid, infamous. 

Was ever such horror seen? 

Q'c.ra nt-ptrp inhuuji- uuiuufftufi u/iiu£iuinlj[iua.nt.(9-^MA : 

Is it possible to form an idea of such infamy? 

(\jp f**-pnLa JJiuip p.uMi.trual/b inu/blr^ qujjunffMufi ptuijunun,ia 
lini.p-fiuli : 

Can such crimes be conceived? j 

Q jutibi^t^huaji ituii^uiftujw n'iCnutif.nnhrnL.PptJi : • 

The mind revolts from the idea of such a crime. •[ 

y^iupulrlt Jfiinp luMji^u^fiup h-nhn-utlta t 

20. To express satisfaction. 

Jt qmqtuQhj qanlimnJizU . 
Good ! bravo ! very well ! 

What happiness ! How happy I am ! 



— 531 — 

I am delighted! 

I am in an ecstasy of joj. 

It is impossible to be more happy than I am. 

My satisfaction cannot be greater. 

^hp jy*^ Jutn(3- iun.uti.krpiia.njlt nt^thi a.n^ituP^t^ z 

That delights me, charms me, transports me. 

\ultq.utir , ^jiitttttuiJ' , uptttbiutltutiT plti^ ''V" * 

21. To express displeasure and grief. 

Ah ! alas !0 God! 
What a misfortune! 

{\flttf^uji' i^J-pittiin.lit.(3-fit^ t 

What a grievous disappointment! 

^^utii^ uttt^utJ-iMttT itAjni-uni-PlitA : 

How concerned I am! 
How that grieves me! 

^^tttlip mutnutnt-ii ^ futJt ***ju • 

All seems to go contrary to my wishes . 

f\,nn.^hu utJIsttittpt ^^^ P^7- ^utliiun-tulpt ^lutlutau it£tutnut^i^ z 

Every thing is against me. 

Wt/Ii%tUjtl J^^ fiit^ ^Ut^ltttLttt^ ttfUtUIItt^^ I 

It must be acknowledged that I have many misfortunes. 

Wj** A i c/*^*" A ^ ^ pLiuanutT P-^t.utn.ni-[3-fiLJtp ^utuhiu^hlt 

It is better to be dead than to suffer in this manner. 

|m*«- i^ ilut^ , ^utb t^%yiti^utti lilritAu tttiu s 

There is no more happiness for me in this world. 

Q^ iy[_tt.u iluMitU ftiT trn2u/b^iti^Pftt^ lut^ittn^fi luuin z 

I am deprived of all consolation. 

■2»'»«-/»4 ^'1* jtuilh'Uutjb iljuj,[3-ttiftni.ptrtt^^ : 



— 532 — 

If any thing could still afford me comfort. 

22. Of sympathy and friendship. 

Qtuntuau ujijihfnzj»htuG It, ntunhhiutCmnhtull • 
It is my intimate friend. 

It is my dearest friend. 

I love him sincerely. 

WpphW iQtuM uA^h np^ utpiun : 

I am sincerely attached to him. 

X^'k^lP^ uftpnil^ lltuuihutf^htr fill- "itJlu i 

We are closely united. 

\\iupfi ufli^iut^njhu lor^hiutlri/p fit^ ^nhiunu : 

We love each-other like brothers. 

yStl' '& ijbptruipu nnui^u qtaputnu t 

I am delighted that I have formed his acquaintance. 

f\t.nuipi hlT q^ hruMUo^iuatui finp- "itJus : 

His friendship is highly prized by me. 

f»iunlmi^iuJhi.Pfit% 'bnnuM dhitutnni 4 jyi^ Ull ' 

Such a friend is a treasure* 

^uMnhl^tuJ' utjUon^ibuMli a.u/b^ 4 uMU^pIt i 

23. Of antipathy and aversion. 

Quttftu^u tuGu/tjfihfm^ktuG It, fiutlituntuIfm^htuO, . 
I do nut like that man. 

His countenance does not please me. 

^4 ^It^ ^umTCoi IfiAiauin luaAn. : 

His manner displeases me. 

y^utfunpcf yii I§ltJt ilutnp %nniu : 

I cannot explain what it is displeases me in him. 

^^UMp&if jtujm lunHuh-f^ /i?4 ll''^i_ 4 "/* uA^tu'Zkrij ftltJL >^tu l^u 



— 5S5 — 

I cannot surmount my antipathy to him. 

I avoid him as much as I can. 
His conversation tires me to death. 

P nni-auMutnni.l3-fit^i %nnuM iltu^nt. ^ih iniUMttiuinnt-nutbl; nku • 

His babbling absolutely splits my head. 

■j^uiiuuMinutlMo %npiu aiui-lsanL.quthl/tt ^^["i-lu ^iTt 

He has a peculiar talents for wearying. 

\\utnfi iniunutnt.^ lr% pu/pp "hnput L p.iubp -. 

What a tiresome character! 

{\pu{f^ufi inuinutl^iuani-afif ptunp i 

What an eternal prater ! 

(\pufpup tult£n.t^ ^junui^ntuut : 

Thank God! we have now got rid of him. 
Slk. Asking the way. 

Which way do they go to exchange ? 

Q^f. np TiuMliiuuiutpit ifiupP jt^l^ if^tufJIi if-piuiftumnHl/b t 

Go to the right, and afterward you will take to the left. 
You have missed your way. You have lost your way. 

\}ptu££li-uj£_^i^ qnt.ti^i^ * \\npnuulfuif_^o uTCuAiiutM^iup^ : 

You will be obliged to go back again. 

Pray, direct me, or tell me the way to the palace. 

\itbn.phd' nnjn Jm*X tuuiu jtbi q2Ciu*itutiMiu*p^ tupDnuitkiua z 

I am quite a stranger in this city. 

IS" b%i^ oiniup ImiT 'p atiuntup^u s 

Go straight, along, one. 

IjfpP' nut^n It. lubfunmnp \ 

Turn first to the right hand, and then to the left. 

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— 334 — 

You cannot be mistaken. 

I could go there with mj eyes shut. 

Do jou know where M'.. lives? 

He lives at the haj-market. 

Which is the shortest wav to go to . . i* ' 

fl}' ba^ "ni^tii^ "'~ik b • • 

Can jou tell me whether this road leads to ? 

\\iupJt^lPu uiuifi P^ ^uAli TCutUinuiiuft^u *b * * 

Is not this the way to . . ? 

i\'t."i/" bs^ it "ITS** ' ' 
You are in the right way. 

You are quite out of the way. 

Which way am I to go ? 

Take that way, it will carry you to the main road. 

\f[>P l^H- ««77- . ^ b-isf^u 't Jib- nt.qli% : 

How far is it from hence to? 

(\}'i!ft ^^"-b bs^ utum[t J . . 

About a mile. It is hardly one mile. 

f^ntruM fd-^ ilhntt Jp . ^tuqpt. ilqnb iljt ; 

It is a league, half a league, a long league. 

Is the road good ? 

It is pretty good, very bad, shocking. ^i^t 

Have the goodness to tell me if I am far from quarter, from 
street ? 

I^ffuf luniu^iT £fbn.p\mS uininuiDnihahiT^p [3-uuqtfh \S *p 't'*%[*J^^,f 

Do you know Mr . .? .,; o*irT 



— 555 — 

No, sir, I do Dot, I don't know any bodj of thai name. 

I know him perfectly well. 
Where about does he live ? 

fl <-/» nt-ntro ^/luilipqi^ "hut utni^lropt : 

Is there not living here a person who is named? 

^Aujlffiol; tuuinuM%on tujn na uibniHi • • 

I believe there is. 

\\utnh-lrir P"^ ^ncQ^ ' 

Is it far from here ? 

^t-n-fi p^h utuinp : 

It is but a very little way. 

Can you direct me to his house. 

1| uMpJtal^ ant-quAhf^ ftbJi ifutntA 'banui i 

I am going that way myself, I will show you where he lives. 

§nnub %nnuM t 

It is very far from hence. 

\\tunft ^htt-fi 4" uiuuijt : 

In that case, I will lake a hackney-coach. 

Coachman, drive me to . . street, jou '11 stop at number nine. 

J^utn.iui[uin , lubr vb" 'p ihnnnuU • • 4. ^luulruqpu 'p fini^s A%%p : 

Will you favour me with the direction of Mr. ? 

V^tuJJiapu ani-uuibtrt i/iijt qutlrnpu nun fUiiul^i^ S * * 

35. T/ie age. 

He is a man of gr^at merit. 
She is a very polite woman. 

X^uMpjt p.iupli-lifipP' no Ifjtit 4* "biu s 

This child is very well educated. 



— 5^6 — 

This boj is learuiug French and English. 

He is an old bachelor. 

\^^n.nji np 4r UMliakuii quJt.ni.np. : 

This little girl plajs on the piano-forte wonderfully. 

She is an old maid. 

She is a romp. 

This joung man is five feet eight enches high. 

^tuuiutlifiit. UIJ1- puMnJin I; ^ptii^ nutU L. m.^- pputfutip r. 

This young woman is to be married next week. 
I never saw an oldman more agreeable. 

Q^o ^i/* uittukuMihtmnnuhp no iftutinjiut^np* r 

This old woman loves cards passionately. 

^uin.uti.11. uiji^ ^tupp uppni^l; pttui^nj PijPnq r 

Giants ought to marry giantesses. 

^ulfutio pf*rj- ^ulliuffia ufajpuit^fi^f utJht.ubuAtu*f_z 

Dwarfs are commonly ill-shaped. 

P>0M(.^ o putttni.iP u/bt^iutT utfu^u/ltfBli : 

This young lady appears dwarfish beside her. 

Qpb'*ni-1- l-"*^'^^ P-nii-p tun. unilutL. : 

Childhood is the happiest time of life. 

y^u/b^ni-Pfii^ y p9uMltlituii.njtt J-iuJutbtuli t; Ifhliut^ s 

He has spent hisyoutb in foreign countries. 

^ointup iu>^tM*p^u uMtt^nj^ nJu/ltl^nt-PhutU tut.nt.puU t 

Virility is the slate of full vigour in man. 

^luutulpt tupni.pi»ttA ^ttoptut^-npi J-tuJu/biulfli I; ^truiuu iltupiLy z 

We should respect old age. 

^lupm 4 tikhtuplri ij^fuuut^t h-h-pnt.piriu'li : 

How old are you ? 

•^uAfP tuJtUq bqlru i 

I am almost ten ^ I shall be twelve on the fourth of next month* 

OZr^ ^nt-iMf hn^a tntutiU tuiTtu^ • p ^ptrputiuuu/bkrpnp^nt.aS' 
tun.tu^bk"*! uiilunju ^nh^ trpl^nuiutuliiutlhuJi i 



— 5^7 — 

How old is your sister ? 
^tuiiji luJiuoj 4 ^yct ' 
She is fourteen J she is almost nineteen. 

^nnhpiinuutM/b . JhpA J^ jfi'li'ltLintuisb'l* : 

She looks older. 

He is still under age, he is not of age. 

She is older than she locks. 

She is in her bloom. 

How old do you think he is my father? 

He is a man of sixty and upwards. 

He carries the age well. 

\^n.nt^ 4" JtufiUhnilj, ■^■at.J-^ni. J^ s 

His mother is still living, but she must be very old. 

\yujjn 'linnut uiuiliiut-filt ^l/lii^u/ltji 4 » fi^f^^u* ^ quMn.uuilhiuj_t 

26. Relations. 
He has loo indulgent a father and a mother. 

Af*yn 'linnuM L. Jiyn i'**pl' "itlrpnqtuJJuna hit : 

She is without relations and friends. 
Has he not a son, and a daughter ? 

Qnclv/i^ ni-umn JJt U. n.nt.uinn tQi i 

He cannot forget the loss of his only son. 

His grandfather was a hundred years old when he died, and 
his grandmother is still alive. 



— 388 — 

His great-grandfallier died last year. 

He is the grandson of a very learned man. 

P»#rn.Xr I; liut uMiA ni.nnt.tlh ftiluiuinlinj : 

I knew formerly his eldest brother, his sister, the uncle and 
the aunt. 

\mS i^opt-t^pujjpJi , q^onutpnin'it \mS adonutpnjn t 

His nephew has inherited his whole estate and he has given 
his niece ten thousand guineas. 

t^umh-p hnBLop pLnnuiP inuMiiU i^ututup Ifjib^u : 

I travelled in Europe with your cousin. 

Q7i^ ^hn.np^L.nj,l. ^nuiT Ip2^3^J p}"^ \}i.pnu£ s 

My first cousin has married a king's life-guards-man. 

'\ini.uuip oh-n.% fiiTnj uMilhi-ubiuatui- f^'f- i^tll ^"«^*i^'*»«^««4«*'«V^- 
miUQ lunpiujfi : 

The bridegroom chose to be married by the bishop. 

i^truutpi ^utilbaiui- ituf^u^nu/nu^^ utnAnt-£^ qop^tnt.[dpi.u 

The blush of modesty over spread the cheeks of the bride. 
Here is my daughter's spouse, there is my son's spouse. 

I^')'" "(JP^' i^-uuitrpb J^ily , ut^tu ifUipuli npi^i-nj \*iry '• 

Her husband has been sick these six months. 

l] i^q UMiJJiUp t/li q^ ^fiuittltq. 4* '^f ^npiu : 

His wife is as amiable as she is pretty. 

V\pft Ibnpiu putplmtlhjii ^ L. ^inp^uta.hni 

This is my father-in-law. 

Mothers-in-law seldom love their husbands children. 

\^l^hunt.pp \<mS tpnouiU^ q.nL^t nupho u^phlh qnpq.^u ufpui%3 

flLphutlla i 

I gave it to my son-in-law. 

\^utni. auipt tptfututtth nilht.J*t 

I love my daughter-in-law as much as I do my own daughters. 

\Jpptri/' tfitntAt piP utpi^uitb , npfuiih q^iupiuaium if-uuilrpu pW • 



— 369 — 

His brother-in-law is set off for Europe. 

He has been a widower these five years. 

|» ^l^^a tuJutg ^k-uttf "Upb «S'2r«"^^«'^4 '^ llbn^yU '. 

We ought to respect our god-father and god-mother. 

^utnuthifp ilhhrutnhi auliput^utjn ilhn It. ujhtDUMjuMjn : 

He is my god-son , she is va^ god-daughter. 
\jtu uiMiii ftiT it I **ct"l!"tt "*"^ h*^ ^ ' 
Castor and Pollux were twins. 

\\tuuuinn L ^itf^utLl^fiu hnlini^nphiuliu kfi^* • 

My guardian was the first man who robbed me, but I was a 
very untoward ward. 

\yjlliuinu fulfil til/* %tufu iiuih^tiU^hujq qpli^ /'</*• p^^Jf ^ ^'' %'"<- 
pp u*htta.tutr nppit l^p : 

A father cannot be too careful in the choice of a governess 
for his children. 

\\uMplt fubiudhi^^ Mtftupur^'ii 4"YJ!|f t^'uip/r£_ qif.tuinnpuupM^u np^ 

iLt.nq pi.ptFluiiQ J 

My fosterbrolher and my foslersister loved me with the affec- 
tion of a true sister. 

^iuptuquMtn £i*lip - 

It is natural for nurses to imbibe a motherly affection for 
their fosterchildren. 

^^uMinnt-p fiifu I; lA n.uMjktul^D ippup^i if.nt.(d- fi/buidhj tuili^ 
Jtfi%u pk-ph% t^aiiiii iiuilint-oli ; 

27. Manfi habitation. 
Is this house lo let ? 

iliupJt-tli' A^^r innultu uitu : 

He lives in a magnificent hotel. ^ ' 

f\1ru#^4^ 'but *fi ^M.f'ft f-P^M u{utiunnu»b : 

We made our escape through the yard. 



— 560 — 

Open the door if you please. 

The knocker of the door has been stolen. 

He was sitting down on the threshold of the door. 

\jUuthiuf_lfp 'yi tltrpujj uhJha q.niul/b t 

The folding doors were opened to receive her. 

This door wants a hinge. 

The door was broken open notwithstanding the bar and bolts. 

The kej of this lock is lost. 

\\npni-uh uM^l; p.uiuut£^% utnfuftqu - 

Lift up the latch, let it fall. 

A padlock must be put to this trunk. 

He intered no farther than the hall. 

The staircase is not light enough. 

He went down stairs bj two steps at a lime. 

We went five or six steps up. 

OTf^ ^fi%^ ^tutf il^q uMU$n^7CuAu ^jt il^n hitua t 

I should have fallen but for the balustrade. 

Ij/34" ^If^ ilu/ltq.utl£ uu/ltq-lunq u/ltl£h-uMi^li 'A 'h"JP ' 

The bars of the iron grate are very close. 
He died of poverty in a haj-loft. 
She escaped by a private staircase. 

ipujptbujt. ffl'il- uAjtujut uuAn.nunu : 

This house is huilt three stories high. 

l?/»^ Jt^f^k putpJift If tnntHltu t 



— 561 — 

Ground-floor apartments are generally unwholesome. 

The apartment where he lodges is well furnished. 
You have a small and very convenient closet there. 

^i.%p0 ujjn.n turuutb^Uutulrtikutl^ Jp gptipp L. ^hnh^pl^ z 

The woman frightened, squatted down in a corner. 

He saw every thing through the partition. 

She is just gone into her bed-chamber. 

We agreed for the hire of a furnished room, as well as for 
my board. 

^\\iu^utt.nphquMp ilujuli iluipAnt. ulrlbt-i^k JJinj tutntLutnhr tnj Ltu_ 

1 was walking in the gallery. 

His library contains twenty thousand volumes. 

\}lt 'fi i^piuuiutli 'linput ^uuth ifUtt^uin diuuih u/lip : 

Set these books in order on their proper shelves. 

The ladies were in the balcony. 

Have you put all the wood in the cellar? 

Will y ou please to see the kitchen and pantry ? 

\\ujj^^ uthuu/blrf_ t^n^iunulltb L. aJuin-iulilt : 

The oven of the bakehouse jvants repairing. 
Tie my mare to the rack of the stable. 
This hay is not verj good. 

Q4 uMjIt^ifi ptupi-n^ [unutu tuju ; 

Put the carriage into the coach-house. 



— 562 — 

Some mischievous people cut the rope, some other stole the 
pulley of the well. 

fuutnui^ Pjt^nniijb : 

Bring here all the buckets, this pump is ^ry. 

Let us go and fetch a ladder. 

This hen-house may contain a great many fowls. ^ 

fKiuanLiT ^uicnt-j i^nj mt-i^ 'p ^UJiAnafiu : 

The foundation of this house is very deep, but the walls are 
not thick enough. 

^pt/hiJhp utuji/u ^uipp (unp irii , pujjq nnJhtfj/p «< h'lt J"!'^ 
uutnt-UMpo : 

The cannon battered down the walls. 

ZypuMbofyU *pmj^ unptpiuliu : 

The front of this building is narrower than the back of it. 

liuMl^utui utuibu 'lilrquii^n^ 4° M"*^ qjIruiutl^niiUL i 

His scolars have broken nine panes of glass. 

"[^^tul/hnutp 'linnui pinninuMi£irqfA Jtlilt (3-t-p[3-u utuiuj^i.nj ; 

I had put shutters, outside-shutters or Venetian blinds to eve- 
ry window. 

\futnt. ij%hf^ i^lrnLu , ^nt-uutjiii-uiu i/utiP ilhlthutlfilrafi i^iubq.u*^u 
uJiHAuijit ufuiUim-^uAfiq i 

Tell the servant to scrub the floor. 
The ceilings are painted with taste. 

^hnnuu^ip \—S uiit-uiuuiuit^^lt Jll'' ^^'iJ'Sb^ ^^u>nlrusjir% i 

The wainscot of this room is worm-eaten. 

^UMjutuj^kpunt ulrblmlfftu TiTClm^utphutj^^ ; 

The manllepiece of this chimney is marble. 

\j^uih'liu3jiunl£ iltun-iunuttiftu l^'2Chut§ I; : 

Take the ashes off from the hearth. 



— 365 — 

28. Furniture. 

Qtuniuau Ifvuflmq h, ^tuputubtug . 
He has spent a thousand guineas in furnishing his house. 
These hangings are six ells high. 

llito llUMbiLbuiyuii^ ptupAft hr% mutuinuiiL^a t 

You have a fine looking-glass there. 
This elegant picture wants a fellow. 
This portrait is a strong likeness. 
The frame of this picture is not well gilt. 
This lable has no drawers. 

\^hnu/bu uMju ynubji i^utputbu : 

This velvet carpet cost Iwentj-five guineas. 

\^iu a.npq. Piui-^uti-np utpj't; outulth.^pbi^ Hly'V ' 

I do not know where the screen is. 

Qq.fiinlrir n i.p fink ^puipi^h^s : 

Put at my clothes in the chest of drawers or in the press. 
The chairs and the elbow-chairs are not yet finished. 

WPniLp U ptuajiuMp-niLp iniu^iui.fwli jJL'b iui.tupinhiu/- 

This stool is too low. 

\\utpli auiit 4* q.yutbutP-nn.u : 

Thev often confound couches with sofas. 

fKiuqiiLi/p n* fuMipl/b autli^nifbuMl^u p piuiiinlrn.u/bq : 

He had down cushions under his arms. 

^utliu-m-ahiu/kp ttp-wtincJ^uli p iparpiuj piup^fi^ : 

Put the pitcher on the window. 
The hostler wants a spunge. 



— 5G4 — 

Lay up my papers in the scrutoire. 

We walked by the light of a torch, lantern. 

The lamp will be out presently, the wick is too thick. 

The snuffers, steel, tinder, matches and the flint are on the 
chimney. 

The use of stoves is derived from Germany. 

\\fipuin.nuPltL^ ^putfiuiliuM^ 'fi <\^hpiltu%^nj Jinlriui ^ lun. Jhq: 

The indiaus make elegant baskets. 

Tell the servant to clean the andirons. 

She is busy just now in making the beds. 

Has she swept the stairs? 

The furniture must be wiped. 

He bought some fine kitchen-furniture. 

Is the door locked? 

Wtj^lflU£_ ftql; q.ni.n.%% : 

29. An Englishman and an Armenian. 

Sir, are you an Englishman or an Armenian ? 
Do you speak armenian, english ? 
Not yet, but 1 am learning it. 



— 366 — 

The pronunciation is very difficult. 

The pronunciation of the armenian language is far more easy 
than that of the english. 

I understand english better than I speak it. 

The grammar is extremely simple, but in order to pronun- 
ciation it is necessary to have an Englishman for master. 

The study of the living languages has become within these 
few years a very essential branch of education. 

inftmniulini-PlruUi ^luiliuptrtut If : 

It is not sufficient to understand authors, it is likewise neces- 
sary to be able to hold a connecied conversation. 

u{^a a.ltinki juMiuutf ilutnkj^ minjqu Jfl*^ u/bfAij-^utui s 

It is also of importance to write correctly on evei^ subject 
we may have to handle. 

Pna qnnna nubhJp ufJ^mu i 

Consequently, particular pains must be bestowed on com- 
position. 

b ZlfP^tP*"^" p'^^bs ' 

But, what I most strongly recommend, is to converse fre- 
quently with a learned and well educated native in the 
language, one desires to learn. 

p>uv4 np uin.utL.ki ufiiiLtuif.njliu utqa-lfi^ Itlii pntJi luju 4* J*"^ 
iCutfu fuouuMlf^^ fffbhi^ Cf*t 4*'''*-*" ^ pMiphr^put^uiliiL utiub , 
np blilrujf_ bs^ b ^*^^ £lrqni.^ qnp ni.uutiilif_ no ipmihuiok^ s. 

How do you like our country? 
\Sbphg qu*^uip^ Jbp z 



— 566 — 

I like it pretty well. 

I see vou like England better. 

A man cannot help being partial to his own country. 

It is very natural. 

Sir, do me the honour to come and see me, you will give me 
the greatest pleasure. 

You are very kind, sir j but I am afraid of being troublesome . 

Do not be afraid of that. It will always be a pleasure for me 
to see you in my house. 

{yp f^^ f^H- *yi- ^P^lk^ * ^^<i ^fiuHCytuliuMb i; jyJ" tniruuMiit^ 
qJttra 'ft utmlt ^JhutTt 

I shall have therefore that honour now and then. 
Farewell, sir. — Good bye, sir. 



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