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ELEMENTARY BOOK 

OF THX 

lOWAY LANGUAGE, 

WITH AN 

ENGLISH TRANSLATION. 



BY tt^ 

Wm. HAMILTON, 

AND ^<- 

S. M. IRVIN. 
l7/icfer fie dt ret ion of ih B. F. Affss, ofil e 

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. 



J. B. ROr, INTERPRETER. 



lOWAY AN*> SAC MlSSfOV PRES "J, 
INDIAN TERRITORY. 

1843. 



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RBlfARKa 

WWle, in preparing the following 
pages, the princ!pal object has been to 
provide tfie loways with a sy^em of 
letters by whtch they misrht l^ani to 
tead their own lan<^age, pains haVhbeen 
taken to prepare the woik for subserving, 
as far as possible, the unportant olqect 
of introducing the English Lani^age 
among them. For this purpose, earh 
word and sentence have been carefully 
translated aud set opposite in Italicl<\ 
excepting the Scripture lessons, which, 
for reference, have only an English 
Caption. 

In arranging the Roman character, 
care has been taken to alter the Eng- 
lish sounds of the letters as little as 
possible, that those, who were able to 
read in one Lmiguacfe, mig-ht more ea- 
sily learn to read the oiIkm*: — aiicl that 
no further change niijrlit be necessary 
in writing ilic Language of tlie Sacs luul 
Foxes. 



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6 fOmpfLKB. 

The vowe^ Wve bvil one uniform 
sound aft Vepresented in the Aljdiabet. 
The iWies of the consonants are ar- 
bitrarv, as they can only be funded 
wiUyihe help of some one of the vow- 
eW Properly, they have no sound of 
oiy their own, but indicate a peculiar 

ition of the organs of qieech, 
and a vowel added gives a word or 
syllable; so that each consonant may 
have as many names as there are 
vowels: — and if the vowels be prefixed, 
twice as many. 

On reflection, it will be found that 
the same rule applies, even to a 
greater extent, to Uie English. 

lotvay and Sac Mission, 
July, 2b th, 1843. 



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■fci »» ■ 



lOWAY i^fcPHABET. 



Vo\vy»-'^ 



A a 


as 




a in'^-^'^^^r. 


M as 


V 




a n 


futi« 


E e 


n 




e 


nj«. 


I i 


n 




i « 


Pi\ 


O 


n 




o „ 


1 O'K 


V . V 


n 




a „ 


fall \^ 


U u 


w 




u „ 


tub ( 


X X 


19 




u „ 






Consonants. 


Character. 




Name. 


P ^wer. 


C c 


« 


• 


che 


ch 


D d 


• 


• 


de 




F f 


• 


. 


the 


th 


Sg 


• 


• 


n^e 


^ nasal. 


. 


. 


he 


h a>pir't. 


J J 


. 


. 


slie 


sh 


K k 


- 


• 


ke 


k 


M m 


- 


- 


nie 


in 


N n 


- 


- 


ne 


n 


S P 


- 


- 


pe 


P 


^ "1 


- 


- 


que 


qu 


R r 


- 


- 


re 


r 


S 8 


- 


• 


se 


s 


T t 


- 


- 


te 


t 


W w 


- 


- 


we 


ue 


Y y 


- 


- 


ye 


y 



■^n* 



ikgiUBYT. 



FA-HO.-M«^-^ 


^^OMAN. 


Italick. 


A ;a 


A 


a 


A a 


iE V» 


B 


b 


B b 


c r 


C 


c 


C c 


byd 


D 


d 


D d 


E, e 

F f 


E 


e 


E « 


F 


f 


F f 


§ ? 


G 
H 


I 


K 
H % 


I i 


I 


• 

1 


I i 


i i 


J 
K 


i 


J 3 
K k 




L 




L I 


M in 


M 


m 


M m 


N n 


N 


n 


N n 


O o 


O 


o 





P P 


P 


P 


P p 


a q 


CI 


q 


Q q 


R r 


R 


r 


R r 


S 8 


S 


8 


S 8 


T t 


T 


t 


T t 


U u 


U 


u 


U u 


V V 


V 


V 


V V 


W w 


w 


w 


W m 


X X 


X 


X 


X X 


Y y 


Y 


y 


Y y 




Z 


z 


Z z 







TT 


ro MBTTRE 

TABfcE 


9. 




i) 






l/^ 












LKSSON 1. 






ca 


cae 


ce 


ci 


CO 


cu 


<jv 


ex 


da 


dse 


de 


di 


do 


du 


dV 


dx 


^ fa 


foe 


fe 


fi 


fo 


fu 


fv 


fk 


Jr^ ga 


g» 


ffe 


&» 


go 


g« 


gv 


/«^ 


ha 


hee 


he 


hi 


ho 


hu 


hv 


hx 








LESSON 2. 






ja 


j« 


je 


• • 


jo 


j« 


> 


jx 


ka 


kffi 


ke 


ki 


ko 


ku 


kv 


kx 


ma 


mee 


me 


mi 


mo 


mil 


mv 


mx 


na 


nse 


ne 


ni 


no 


nu 


nv 


ux 


pa 


p» 


pe 


P« 


po 


pu 


pv 


px 


! 






LESSON 3. 






qa 


qs 


qe 


q*» 


qo 


qu 


qv 


qx 


ra 


rsB 


re 


• 

n 


ro 


ru 


rv 


rx 


8a 


BSB 


86 


si 


so 


6U 


sv 


sx 


ta 


tse 


te 


ti 


to 


tu 


tv 


tx 


wa 


wse 


we 


wi 


wo 


wu 


wv 


wx 


ya 


yae 


ye 


y> 


yo 


yu 


yv 


yx 



••i^p 



10 


THREB LETTERS. 






TZPraBiB" 


11. 




, 




LESSON 


1. 




fka j 


I fkffi 


^fke 


fko 


fku 


fna . 


f fne 


fra 


free 


fre 


fta^ 


hcse 


hce 


hina 


hna 


gka 


gk© 


gke 


gku 


hue 


hta 


hrsB 


hre 


hro 


hru 


jka 


jko 


jna 


jra 




LESSON 


2. 




jr» 


jre 


jro 


jru 


jta 


jte 


jti 


jtu 


jwa 


jw» 


jwe 


kja 


kjae 


kje 


kju 


kra 


kree 


kre 


kro 


km 


nipa 


mpse 


nipe 


mpo 


nipu 


nca 


iicee 


nee 


nco 


ncu 




LESSON 


3. 




nfa 


nfffi 


life 


nfo 


nfu 


nla 


nice 


nte 


lito 


ntu 


nya 


nyae 


iiye 


nyo 


nyu 


pra 


prcT3 


pre 


pro 


pm 


ska 


bkie 


sko 


sko 


skii 



gki-a g^krae g-kre gkro gkru 



WORDS OP ONE SYLLAIAe. 



II 





TABLE III 


. 


Pah. 


Eng. 


Pah. 


Eng. 


a 


he says 


he 


teclh 


ha 


thread 


j^ 


fat, onion. 


ma 


arrow 


ne 


trater 


na 


wofid 


pe 


good 


pa 


snotr, none, ho 


fUk^ vHca. 


ta 


a deer 


j^ 


pmrk-iicn 


ya 


sleep 


ko 


thunder 


86 


Ac, s//c, it. 


to 


potatoe 


cae 


biffah 


11 


to do 


hae 


Utuse 


fu 


need 


jae 


apple 


hu 


Irg 


pse 


to throw 


j« 


Still 


rae 


lie goes 


ku 


to come 


wae] 


trhatJ 


tu 


to beget, Uar. 


e 


mmth 


kv 


sinew, vein. 


ce 


h use 


lUV 


a i^ea<»n 


fe 


feet 


ex 


tna/tj puliaw. 




FKiUliKS. 




1 2 


3 4 5 


6 7 ^ 


. 9 10. 



12 


WORDS OF OXE SYLLABLE. 




TABLE IV. 




Pall. 


Eng. 


Pah. 


Eng. 


fka 


white 


krae 


gate 


fra 


grease 


jrae 


you go 


lira 


eage 


f.ie 


cold 


caeae 


tilts* 


hre 


sore, pus 


cxae 


dead* 


jne 


you are 


fku 


sweet, mlt, 


kre 


cmie 


Fragmtnfs^ used 


ofdg in 


composition. 


Pah. 


Eni^, 


Pah. 


Eng. 


ha 


I 


da3 


thou, ye 


ra 


thn^i 


8B 


he, she, it. 


da 


ttiou 


jj^kae 


if 


hse 


I 


he, 


I 


lia3 


Sfmic 


he 


tee 


we 


/, mc 


YO, 


thee, you 


ko 


for 


ce 


be catlike 


to 


some 


ho 


them 


kll 


and 


kju 


ever 


H^'|l 


lioHL'h two vo\vls, 


fieciuenlly 


projiouiiccd asi one : 


^yllal)k^ 







TT\0 SVIXABLES 


irj 




TABLE V. 


E. 


WoixLf of two Ujdaik^^ accented on thvfint. 


Pah. 


Eng. 


Pah. 


Eng. 


a 




a 




a-ho 


a iring 


ja-kae 


nail, hoof 


a-rae 


that is it 


ja-skae 


knee 


a-skse 


near 


ka-jna 


that only 


a-ta 


he sees 


kan-fa 


svijl 


an-C8B 


his father 


naf-ta 


sour 


ha-cae 


w^rds 


na-ha 


bark 


ha-fae 


berries 


iia-wae 


hand, leaf 


ha-fe 


ttrin '^' 


na-wo 


road 


hi-hae 


nv^fu 


nan-ye 


hmey 


ha-ha 


t>m)ve 


na yae 


t) stand 


ha-iiie 


grass 


pa-fae 


breast 


hi-re 


far 


pa-fe 


t i suck 


ha-sciB 


I trw^tcrrrj 


pa-CiB 


a gr'we 


lui-to 


g rcn ^rra s* 


pa-hu 


it inoics 


ha-hta 


buckna d 


ra-wae 


b'twer 


ha-Vije 


day 


ra-VcB 

• 


name 


ja-luiia 


seven 


ra-iiye 


tobacco 



14 WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES. 



Pah. 


Eiig. 


Pah. 


Eng. 


a 




a 




ha-ksB 


to cy 


ta-na 


how many 


jka-cne 


tophnj 


lan-cae 


prairie 


kan-fa 


r-M 


ta-ne 


broth 


nam-pa 


cherries 


lan-yae 


three 


nan-fu 


he d 


tan-ra 


ffriat 


nan-tu 


hair 


tan-ta 


where 


nan-twv ear 


ta-ta 


irJirn 


pa-he 


hharp 


ta-fe 


msty 


pa-nye 


a yar 


yaif-ksG 


5 a^lerp 


ta-cse 


wmd 


yan-ta 


si ephiff 


ta-ha 


decr-slin 


ya skae 


if he sleeps 


la-jffi 


V ck 


ya-\va^ 


t > i7fg 


la-kie 


wnlntt 


ya-wa3 


to Utah 


ta-ko 


JIafnc 


ya-ka} 


iU 




TABLE VI. 


iE 


Pah. 


£//- 


Pah. 


Eng, 


a; 




a3 




SD-ae 


hCj she, it. 


a^-ku} 


he uild 



WOR03 OP TWO SVLLABLB9. 15 



Pah. 


Eng. 


Pah. 


Eng, 


fie-jna 


he ohly 


hae-ta 


also 


cae-ae 


this 


jae-ae 


this 


cae-cae 


margin 


j.e-ke 


here 


cae-fka 


cattle 


jae-na 


to destroy 


cae-ha 


IkiU 


jae-ne 


cider 


csB-ha 


cvr-hlde 


jte-wae 


black 


cae-hae 


h >»7i 


jraeh-na 


I dnftugo 


cae-he 


to hill 


jrae-kae 


you go 


cae-jna 


this onhj 


kiE-ra 


dear 


cae-kae 


liz?/, new. 


krae-kae he ^f^€fi 


cfE-ke 


here 


kr:e-ta 


small Uairk 


cae-me 


cow 


krae-wae t > roniit 


cae-raB 


hr died 


niae-koB 


a hne 


cae-tu 


hwy 


pae-ca3 


fire 


cae-to 


a bill 


paeh-ne 


xrhl^h'ij 


die-he 


he sL7it 


pa^-k:t3 


thrown 


dae-twv 


jiaxl 


p:cr-h c 


biitk 


fr-wae 


b'ack 


pric-ka? t''hi 


fri£-ca3 


hng 


pai-tu 


crujie 



1 6 W dlt MWtWO SYLLABLES. 

Pah. E^. "" Pah.' '^Enf. """' " 

rsB-fas ton^ftu rn-skaoi i/h^goe^i 

rse-fre dmr/ioea r»-ia ivkmhegoei 

r»-kffi Ae^oes W8eh-tei9iitf4 
TABLE VII. E. 

Pah. ^n^., Pah. £7^ 

e e 

e.caa atcord de-rse f^. 

e-ha /1/0 fe-fae hard 

e-kse oZso fe-fe yellotv fpots 

e-ku cAin feh-ce longnnce 

en-ro «toii6 fe-pa /o^ 

e-ro hod]f fe-ta /urnierfy 

e-ta ^Acre fne-hca wry coU 

ce-kae lie is come fne-kae cold 

ce-na rilUtge fre-cae slow 

ce-rsB he Kcnt fie-fre minj 

ce-skae if he comes he-ae we 

ce-ta coming he-ha //p 

de-ae ^Ao»/, ye. he-he Jcarrf 

de-kae yoi^ also he-sko Lin 



- -^ m' 



BMBBaassasBaBBKaBaip 



he-wm §bi$ kre-sluB if lie emh 

hre-hra 9on kre*ui cmtinig v 

je-k« mgaim kre-we(%Mrii# 

ke-fa tofijht me-jn« myu^f 

ke*he ft>mix men-to blue^otH 

kem«pa Aref> M ne-ta ajhod 

kc-ne to ^rti/ rie-yu mn 

ke-pe />^'ter pe-hce verry good 

ke-ta to £wAr pe-jna allaregoid 
kre-cae Aa? e c^W" pi9-kae t/ w ^ooS 
kre-ka& A^ a^ ^wi« re-jna your srif 

TABLE VUI. I 

Pah. £;ig. Pah. jF/i^. 

i i 

ri?-ae nquhrel nii^-kae true 

fin-cae toi7 iHi»-ap n>;/c 

jig-» ^/na// nin-ca3 it hur!^ 

]\n<dd rump yicr-ee ^/wa^ 



t$ 


«c»or 


TWO BtVLMttMM. 


PA. 


TABLE !lX. O. 

JBoff. ' Pah. Sng. f 







P 


o-mv 
on-ys 


ane$t 
beam 


po-jk» m hmnp ' . 
ro^ho wweh 


o-ta 


9om$ 


ro-ta ttf&ight 


o-wae 
^ho-ctt 


mpas-ag€ 
ahoh 


ro-to arU 
to-c8s fftrtiaf 


ho-ho 
ho-me 


CTugh 
bad$meU 


to-hce plenty 
to-k» ircf 


ho-mv 


elk 


to-ta nmr 


jko-w^ deq^ 


ta-y» to break 


jo-ca 


imoky 


wo-hta yhme 


jro-y© 


crooked 


wo-jka custom 


ko-o 
ino-no 


juist now 
to steal 


won-yae a garment 
wo-re relation 




TABLE 


X. U. 


Pah. 
II 


Eng. 


Pah. Eng. 

II 


u 

u-\vv 


pwf^ed 


u 

fku-hce r^y street 


ug-'kae 


he did 


hu-kae to break 



•rrr^?* • -1 


1 


. ^womtm » TWO jmAJOMM. . 19 | 


Pah.^ £:ng. 


Pah. jfi/ijr. , . 


hun-cs fe$ 


pu-fe ciry 


jll-€» MfW 


pu-U> . oak 


juo4a m^df 


ru-C8B to eat 


jru-fi^ you tal» 


ro-faff .toialce 


jru-me you hay 


ru^bsB aipery 


kun-ta toniardi 


ru-hta to touch 




ru-nie to buy 


ku-yee Aki^ 


ruh-ia to sift 


muD-cae&dor 


ru-ya to n^t^A 


mug-kajy^ileevir 


tu-cffi to cooAp 


pu-cs acom * 


tu-kae a ipooii 


TABLE 


XL V. 


Pdh. jE?/^. 


Pah. £ng. 


V 


V 


fv-kae raw 


mv-hu a clmd 


hvn-y« large 


mv-hv ground 


hwvn-ye lost 


mv-jcae tvarm 


kvQ-fa moift 


niv-ju ^ 'ti/ . 


liiv-h9 ^J^eid 


mvk-je high 


mv4i^ a kn^.f^ 


nivii-faB fVoff- 1 



ID 

m\n-ymto t«i/if W-fe kik 

mT-ya th$eartk. ^wvP-km itmf, pia0. 

mg-f^f^MT vnri-vrw f*myt4n . <. 

TABLE XII. X. 

PrIl Eiig, . Pah. ^v- 

mxg-k8e/«rf?i€r nxg-ce to nm 
mxg-ka m«&art4 nxg-kce t/f« ^KJir 
cutff-kjrefl'/we Ug^kas ivAfra 

TABLE XIII. 
Wards rf two i^./otib, aeceaied an p[^ 

Ittu. £n^. Pah. Eng. 

kn-ju «ic/rM')i u-ce lb lehip 

ka-ro ^ear/ A ^' hu-rcB co///« A^W 

i& hu / If m&th^ ju-jae /an, oyoK^i 

d -hu yOixr m'>/A'r ku-rae come hem 

he-rae /•cr^w/ ^ mva-to gizziy' 

k^-^rw All l» g9i^^ . wv-j# (• «Ia«Cf ^ J 



mrii^ 



^.^ TABLE XIV. 

Wordo' ^tkre^ 8yi(nbiey^ accented on th§ 
Jlrst. ^ 

EfigKsk. 

walking eagft 
' musqaitoe 
my if, ipeak. 



I'a-hu-cne. 

•hn«nTn-y» 
ra-wxg-» 
le-karrdB 

e-ro-W8B 
me-fxg-ka 
me-jko-w» 
me-prsB-kflo 
ne-jhag-a 
pe-ka-8d 
we-ru-me 
we-to-hae 
ye-wa-ya 
mjj-cig-® 
•* ho-ru-fas 
po4r«-K}» 



a retrard 

virgin 

huffah robt 

red itrouding 

a stream^ run. 

a star 

any thing to buy wiA 

i'ldigo 

,ra'AAt 

aji king net 






w^-w*^^ 



! Pa-htt-cse. 


JBngliah. . ,., 


Vo-krag«« 


hat, head drm 


woh-kra^*- a 


pregnant 


wo-inxg-k» ' 


m^, attainabk. 


mv-ju-c» ^ 




TABUB XV. 

Wordffofthrei m^hle», fuU accent M 
the first, ai^ half accent on ths HOomL 


Pa-hu-cae. 

• 

A 


EngUsh. 


€1 

i a-rse-k» 


that is it^ hei». 


a-ke-ta 


qftericards 


a-kre-la 


over, an theothftsidk 


ha-faB*kae 


he ran off 


ha-me-fkr 


a radish 


han-rota 


to morrot9 


i ha-re-la 


far 


ha-wae-ka 


to day 


na-yae-rae 


stand up 


pa-pru hie 


«/y 


ra-luio-waa 


o/yy« 



HWUB OF 'IHJUU 8T1X43L'B0 



es 



F»te-c«« 


Engluk 


ta-na-ha 


tofiich 


yarW8s-rjGB 


iingthau 


m 




»-ko-» 


a rivet 


se-na-ha 


what he said 


cae-he-ks 


nekUled 


dsB-he-kae 


hesert 


li8e-^k» 


a bee^ ivasp 


6 

ce-ce-ks 


a broom 


ce-na-te 


at fe vilbge 


de-rae-kae 


it is thou 


fftrfe-kA 


it i$ nard 


fe-fae-kae. 


it 18 thick 


fe-hce-ta 


a Jong time ago 


men-rse-kaat 


itu I 


me-wv-u 


I did it 


pe-hce-kae 


f> is verrij good 


nig'-se-kae 


wne 


ni^-ae-krr 


n> 



I 






■ E^:bifcfly|^ .... x . 


..jaiglidL^.. — VhMI 


1 ° 


^^ .' <^T. 


,^L o-ru-kn 


..V.*^/^« ^.r A 


^m o*yu-itt 


ffiit 


■ co-ke^ra , 


9jm a.. . .a 


|B jO-dB-lw ., ^- , 


,mwky t,:^ .... .If 


Ifl ko-je-ta 


fmder :* 


H m *no-k»< 


. Ai 8to& V > ^ 


H« ro-ho-k» 


. abundance^ plenty ^ 


I lo*re-ta 


i§/Vre, aAeod^ *» 


H to-re-ke 


qftericard ^ ^ 


r tota-ha . 


a leader, captaitu * 


1 to-yse-kfid 

iB 11 


• iroA^en 


il 

1 u-wp-ra 


>f* . . - 'V 


1 S hu-we-rffi 


a)r/ic /M?7'f 


If jru-fae-ktB 


.yo.7 A'o/; 


[ jru-iKe-!*aB 


you bought 


\ pu-fo-kae 


it i dry * 


r -fvC-rae 


lake it 


ru liie-ta 


at a ditance 



•P¥ 



lini^F»<tai 









Aetroftt 
ht/Ur$ 



abam (m af!a^) 
when he rutif 



TABLB XVI. 

Pa-bu«€9 English. 

a 

»-kra«cai t^ arm 

a-ras*ta ^tmsct 

a-la-raB ^ Mou 

ha-pa-jws I cutoffs 



KJ* 



saaMttofeB 



0-han-te . . * 
b*ha-wai ' t . 

m 

e-hae*V« . 
h(vne»kaD 

o-1can-y6 
wn-ycB-ite 

wv-i:efn-yw 
o-pa;-kse 
o 

m-nie-na 
11-1. .-*"i^ 
wv-he-haB 



,^ said, mr 1 mf, .-, > 
ym ay 

like, dmiki^. - 
ike ha» etartfd 
lie ha gone wmf 

noting. 

htflfet'^fhema^raf 
the'- hei^ tlieniahOiy 
he tliitu in 

a fieat 

he ' ^V I' a^ a^ 

to b^ OctOtiiiAid^ 



«M>#iai|IMT»<fjlM» 



l^a^hu-cc^M : ,. .. 


. EngH^ .. t 


be-l:lg-3 

de-uiga 
he-nin-caiii .j V 


tick 


x/ wve nona. 
f u a emne 


de-ui%.Ga» 


it hurts you :' 


O 
WV-JO-JBB 


^brave 


w\'-mo.no . . 


to, teal 


WTrro-ta 
,de-to-weB 

•-ku-ta 


in the Fatt 
to^ri.td^ beat, bnmt 


%»kuicaB., ., 


a moccasin 


we-kunjf^ 


across 
a mea U7t 


wvrnwae 
ha-tu-me 

WV-kttD-CB 


to buy, or trade 

I buy 

a teac'tr 1 


Viv-fiutk-cm ^ 


.«f4 animal j| 



II mm^m* 


mmmmm 




PtAfvxm. ' - 


JSngHsM "^-^ 


.... Y *" 


•..',•• 


* 


luHuvn*]nB' 


iiratti .. . • 


■ '. 


h^nxg-qm 


Jfitit - : 


. - 


^^•fnv^lMi '. . 


"U i^Mnt ■ f 


il 


•it • . ■> 


ite/umthm 


■i 




G<m1 




o-nxg-0B- 


iohold 


•'.J 


rA-nxg-« 


'you run ' ' i- 


i 


tAttLt: XVII 


*« 


flM^ 'd/^tir- «^»'e>, M mgnf^m 


V /'««/r i, attd li^fausnt vn the third 


* r 


Pa-ha-OBS. 


BngML ,: . 


i* 


fa>p3e>ta*hcd 


verywim 




i^an-twv.hvn-ya 


a muk ":_ 


•V. \ 


papC«-ta-ko 


a »tta,m4id&i 




pr8B'ta!-jkun>ytii 


unimm,fooluh • 




GB-WV'U-lia 


he did, mis the mm 


ce-wv-u-nysB 


tliey did it 




»rke-rah<«» 


everjf, goeayjimt 





r 



-i 



|waB4a*4ai-ri» 

lM-WV«fo«MP 

ne-Mrv-iHMi 
^tapho-C9 r 

VT-wT-lv-ha 



Ettgiidi. 
Uuthmn 

u ... 

41 sj(»n Imt 

••orry - . - 

A« OtfOtf if AriM 



TABLS xvni. 

Word» iff f aw vffiiniik»^ fjH aecgnimi 
the sicuni, and Kaff acwU on Uutturi,^ 
wa>7e4iw^-ff crary 

kek-fa-w«ei»fi foufrom^iimi 



e-cas-ka-fiB^ 

ync-iii-pra-prm 

%T*nKfag-» 

wvHi-mvn-ya 

WT-uPjkua-y» 

m-megwkchns 



Pa4iu-ca5. ^ '9. EngUMk: * k 

wi, nfftnm is 

hedosffmtwork 
uork tkHk • ' * 

TABLE XIX. ' , 

Wori»off.tL>yidhl'^ fi4J accent on thk 
tecondi and iiOij accent on the fourth. * 



^Pa-hu-de. 

a-lErah-y^ta 

tiib-ria-we-rse 

o-na-ye-iia 

a'-ne-we-la 

ke-icrae-we-ho 

ka-we-k a-kjs 



W e / tlity departed 
sit ye dawn 
fvluU he fvore^ 
when ye have 
bs ye gone 
he said to t/icm 
he is sick 



1 



Pt-hu-C8B. « 

krse-ra-pa-ne . 

o-hwvn-ye-tli. 

a-hse-was-kai'' 

q-kernan-fai 

u-jkun-yae-rstt 

wc-ru-ka-ha 

wo-ku-we-rffl 

wv-ho-pa-no 

WT-na-ao^-k^ 

wv-raj-ta-cje1 

wv-iiaurr-e ha 

wv-jw®-he-k« 

wv-na-he-'-ae 

VTK' nr^ xim-k© 

wv-ru-n.R-k^^ 

w^-pi«ii-y3-kje 



8t 



he cult it off 
they said 
ei.ht 

to co^ne 'yiit 
int'em'dst 
di not doit 
fa^n brae 

opinion^ } ^'»» 
git then 

sacrel O'jf* 

he ef'-d 

hare jou seen, fhemf ^ 

ma J I f'mcs 

to d'CtJr 

tt feir 

t' he nifradf 

he ea $, toe-'f. 

ti^ey timotemai^ 






'tAMLR XX. 

iecom, ' and na^upx^ 4 ott ihtji^ 

i>ne-fkflBi>]r«-k9 they an tn 

•4ur-w«Hr»-dui ^^ mrmhtwtiUmll 

4e-ho-lutti-y»lni ti\$y mea»frjf 

•Hru-ka-nt>bi htphrn4U 

Kei^-kun-ra-we^m m na t, de<4r€, leuftr 

tta-we-lcan-ye-kse he tofd fh^m t -at 

ke>kne>Dnr-he>ho gendhenn^vay 

»^aB-wv-he>k8B ^ modi t'etn go in 

wv-na-jeen-ye^c t'ey take from them 

W9B-k^u<4'0n-y«-I<« they fake if ak 
Wd-nan<wvye-k» they a 9 full 

T hrhan-yt-li-* t/iey anmttmitkti 



IP " * 



ff»% 



Pa-lm-c8B. / 
IP^'-iis-fsB-tia^ha 
wv^e4{un-fi£;kaB 
wv-re-jo-ja3-kaB 
wy-ru coeh-yaei-kae 
wv-nr-caen-yae-ta ^ 
wv-na-un-ya3-skfle 
'#V^-ru-fag'-se-kcB 
w\'-ru-]^e-iia-ha 
WT-ke-ta-na-ha 



be that fWis sick 
' to tmch ^ . 

you are brave 
thei/eaf, have eaten 
w/ten the J Ihure eaten 
if he hears them ' 
t^nn, ho, sins ^ 
he t-iat dfws tcell ' 



what he asked Jhr * 
TABLE XXI. ' 

Wjrh of fi '>: sffHnb e \ fall arcmt on thA 

secnfdj 4ind half act ent < n tUefouith* * 

Parhu-cjE. JSiiLdish. ; 

e-ra-waeh-ta-kae that uhicli e?ic^r,se9 ^ 

that he ma*/ lore yoai 

I ahvays do so 

a ar^ejhinie, He I. 

IlorrowofyoH 
I tell y >/i 



de-kra-he-tan-yo 

hi>^U'ha'iuvn-yiB 

o^-ko-hvn-yiE 

ii-re-ke-yaii-cne 

4i-rc-ke-ta-wo 



\vv-ra-c8B-jkun-y8e.. you (^> wo/ ^ 



34 



WOBDS t>F MANY 



TABLE XXII. 

Pa-hu-cs. 
ke-cfier-hse-jkun-yae-kn 
he-wen-rcB-tan-ye-kfiB 
wv-wv-de-ho-kflB-kffi 
wv-ke-kun-fe-na-ha 
O-ta-ko-hvn-yee-ta 
wv-ra-ccB-jkun-yee-we-te 
ka-ju-ra-me-na-k© 
wv-wv-ne-me-na-ho 
e-ra-ke-ree-tan-ye-kee 
a-hsB-wee-wv-hen-ycB-kae 
ora-ke-i)ae-jkuii-ytE-skaB 
o-ke-nin-cuvjkuii-yae-ce 
hen-re-ke-ha-kae-we-skae 
hen-re-kc-ya-wae-we-skflB 
wv-ke-w v-kv-hue-na-ha 
a-rsD-fkavnivn-yfe-we-rae 
o-ke-ptc-jkun-yie-we-rse 
V o : r-na-u-kun yavwe-skae 
()-ha-ke-ta-ka3-hne-yic-ka5 



IL. 



ytffb^ 



8YLLABUC8. 



35 



English. 

it is not hard for him 

we toill go 

he is angry at us 

that w'iich, or he tliat is taujlu, a discipL 

in hell 

when ye /ast 

this is your way^ yni always do so 

keep us, tale m 

you mil kaow^ or find out 

they diove t!tem out 

if you do not throw yourself in 

because he d)cs not repent 

if ire hav wept, or mourned for yni 

if we have suns^ for you 

what he got from him on credit 

do yc likewie 

do no Uirow yourselor^t in 

if he does not hear you 

I will tell him 



J 



36 



WORD* 6\t 1*ANV 



Pa-hu-cae. 
pe-wv-he*jkun-yee-hne-yfiB-keB 
wv-ra-k<»-j u-jtan-dfie-ra-jkun-yae-we^stcB* 
na-hu-v; v-ra-ke-kraii-re 
u-ke-ru-yag-kee-na-ha-ta 
ka-ju-ra-mvii-yae-nu-a-Fku 
e-ra-ra-ra-mvn-ya3-we-c8B 
wv-wv-ke-kun-fee-rm-a-sku 
he wv-re-ke-ro-hce-tan-ye-kae 
rg-ke-hwvn-ye-jkun-yae-hne-ysB-kae 
e-ho-ke-W0p-jkun-ya3-\ve-5jkaB 
\vv jru-pe-jkiiH ya^-tau-rah-ce-we-kce 
U'V jru-p(» jku-iiyije-taii-ra-jkun-yae-we-kas 
nie-\vv-rr-ktMi-liiie-y:e-kie 
nuv\vv-re-k^-tu-nie-jkiin-ycC-hne-yae-ka) 
w:c-\va-kra-ji^-!ac-jkun-ya3-i*u-a-{!iku 
\ve-re-m-in('*,kun-yie-mi-a-sku 
o-rc ke-\v:c-jkuii-yjn-t'-kie-a-ru?-mi-a-sku 
>\ v-re-ki^-iv-t«Mva -jkini-y<T-lan-ye-ka3 
f -c.v-o-rc-ki'-hc jk(lll-y:^!-nu-a-^ku * 
u-i'-k j k y\ jkiiii-ynswc-im-a-tku 



\ 



English. 
he iciU not make them giHxl 
if ye d),nitf)rgiV3 them 
because y m hid their thiirga 
at thefnk of a stream 
you would still be so 

do ye bdi^ve him at a!l timely thudc ye $ > 
he might teach tis 
we icill worship yoti 
mine s'tallnit be lost 
if we do notoby 

ye have done re ry bad ' 

ye Imventt d^ni rerry bad 
I wVl d) if fir yoii 

I will n^fbi tJic mi who will buy if for ijni 
he wou^d not lake our part 
they w mid not sell you 
t'tey would no' hive obeyed yni 
they wonll n it grind il f»r you 
Viey would not mnk you 
th y 10 mil not makefni of y >a 



i»«MMlH 



38 



ANIMALS. 





CJE-PKA 

Cffi-fka wT-un- 
yae-k®. Na-mrn-ya; 
ke-nyee-kee. M^-kcC- 
hvn-yae ke-nya-k^e. 
je-kiB mv-hse-u hoe- 
wo-ke-ja-hen-yee-kse. 
Cae-fka o-ta wa- 
ye-frae-cae-hce waj- 
ka-pe-nyse-ksB. 
O-ta wv-je-ksB a-ree- 
(kse-nyae-kfie, mv-hee 
o-qiE-iiyce-kce, ten. 
wv-ui-cae mo-nou- 
va3-k8B. Ja-kfiBii- 

va3-ta wv-ii ni-ya- 
kJHii-ViE-ta, koj^Mu*- 
|»ya'-ta ;r-ta ca3-li(^ 
l)i'n-yj^-kii\ Wv-ru 
*iv p '-lice-uyje-kre 



Oxen. 

Oxen are good to 
voork. T.iey ttork 
in wagons. Theif 
p^il the plough'j and 
a it very much to 
farm. 

S *mc oxen arc very 
patient ami gumL 

S^mr are like men^ 
the* b rak ininfu l(ls 
ind ^letU corn. 



When t nf old to 
iCf>rk, thctj cm Ihi 
' flint:' Jiff and kili'd. 
Titf/ ay rrrt/ 

rm (/ /» Oil. 



f 



Am 



KteM 



ANIMALS. 



:\\) 




KO-KO-FJB. 



Hogs are useful 
animals. White 
peaple raise a great 
many h')gs. 



Ko-ko-fa ee-8B 
wv-nun-cse pe-nyte- 
kfle. Mv-fug-kdc ko- 
ko-fa ro-ho nu- 
hen-yae-kae. Wv 
je-kije, ko-ko-fa nu 
he-ua-ha, wv-je to- 
hce-iiyce-kiB. Wv- 
je-k;e-o-k:cu-ye ke- 
nae-kra-jna u n vhal/or their meaty of- 
ta haj-a-ne-jk'ui-ycE- te/*-'tV7ie5 have notie, 
jna un-y:r k e. 



Peopk who rai^e 
hogii nave plenty of 
meU. 

Indians wJio hunt 



Ke-nfie-k»a m'yn 



Thej onght to 



nyae-skiB a*-ta wv- q'dit imnting ofuigo 
14-ce-iaj-na, nn-lie-Zc; work and farm 
u-nya3-skie ko-ko-fa ''^/^i raise hogs, 
e-ya uu Ii^-:skA\ ce- then th f/ would r^ot 
ta fr-y \'n\<} h aa- f>e always hungry. 
ya3-i) vii-yce-jkiUi- 
yae nu-a-bku. 



I 



40 



ANIMAM. 



^ 



TA-PKA-IG-'JE. 



Ta-fka-i^-ce ce-ae 
wv-ni-cffi-t 



kffi ee-ta he ee-ta 



ta he ee-ta- 
waB paf-ka riie-kju 
wv-u-nyfE-ta, pa- 
nye-ta jtu-cae wv- 
%vv-he-kiB. 

Jun-ta jug-kaen- 
ye-ku tu-fka-ig-ae 
ef-kae-cae-he jaa-un- 
yap-kae. 

M'Ve nxg-ae kain 
fa-jkun-yie-i yir-kae 
ke-fa wv-ni-|)e jku- 
iiyae-iiyi'i>kte. 

O-hrie-nyjc-ta 
cac-ho-wo-nixg-kae- 
nyar-kie. 



The shnep is good 
for fo^y and Us 
w olwlien made into 
blankets^ and cljthj 
keeps us toarm in 
the winter. 

IVoves and d)gs 
sometimes kill sheep. 



They cannot run 
fast, thcij cannot 



fii^ht. 



are 



IVhcn they 
cauif'tt thy arc easi 
ly killed. 



^■•i«fe«HMk«M^p«i 



■^ 



ANIMALS. 



41 



. mtz 




JUG-KJE-NTB. 

r 

Jugf-kae-nye se-ce 
ha-hsB-ta ce wv- 
ke-la-nyae. 

Ko-ko-fae mv- 
hie a-hae-wje-wv- 
he-nyae-kje. Ta 
wv-nuii-cae t/ku 
ra-lrju o-cae nyce 
kae. 

Wv-nun-cjE fe- 
krae o-nxiif-JE-nyoe- 
kae. Jng-ka?-iiye o- 
(a tv-kii-ra ro-ko- 
jlai-iiy;E-nyie-k:e. 

Wv j »-k?e-o kn- 
nye jug kae-nyc rix- 
cee-nyae-\fT*. Mv.i- 
fng kie a3 ne ru-ca:- 
jku-nyaB-nyiJe-kie. 



THE DOG. 



D^ fftiard our 



h nisei at nig! a. 



Thetf chase hos^ 
out of tk. JielcU. 
Tiuy hwU. deer and 
t tr animoh. 



Thpy can follcm 
fh ' trick qfanhnals, 
Swte doifs are not 
woi tk an J thing. 

L:dlans ett dog^. 

\V i e p op'e di not 
eat t/iem. 



i^ r M0 Mi mJItmtmmmmm 



■I l<»| 



aKIHALs: 




JUCi-JE. 

, Ju^-ae nO'Wfe ce a-rpe-nyjr-kae. 
Wv-j'>ka?-o-k:i:n-ye JM,J?-i« krn-he-nyae- 
i;ug-ka pe-ht e \vv-j } e-iiie-iia-jku-iiyae- 
i.ya^-kfT*. 

A-in *-na-ny:p-ta iix^ c wv-he-nyae. 
Pa ijy '-In, wv-m-ca'- la? ^^o-ku-jk^ll- 
ya* iiy c-i \^, ii\v\-c:e-k Lii-y;i.-ta, ro-ho 
laii ya: ka3. 

Tan-ce-la j i'>'iiinv-iuin-y:c roho 




ANIIiULS. 



43 




HORSES. 



Here are tio h tnfs. 
I dians arc very fond of Jnr e \ hit' ih j 
do not treat t'tcnt wdl 

They rule tJnm vcryfa^t. jii d In tl.f- 
winter^ hcctnxn ihcy do irtt i^ir^ tin rn. 
iiinvJi ft e If, the I L:;(:t re y jrjtr, and ni^ohj 
of t'feni di ', 

T,ere or' a Lircn* many h.rsc- run- 
ning wild on I'r: J 'I r. .'V . 



wmt ■» 



44 



HOUSES. 




CB. 



Ce no-wcB cflB-nxor-a wv-ras-ta-ca? 
Hun-cae, wv-ta-k:c- Ce tv-ku-rae-nyae- 
Cfe? Ce a-lia-ta ta frocje-na-ha Wy- 
kiui-fuB cr'.',(\'HjA']fv. Wv-je-kap Wv- 
kxn-la ^vv- -r-,- )-I]a}-taii-yo a-rai-ta ke- 
jf()-j;.a-u-].y ! -k f . 

Ce a-h^-ta-la f 'Ma?-na-ha m>:g- 
k -la-ra ^ vi y o n-k -iMiya^-kae, wv- 
je-kee k j-t<^-i c kun-ia-i»ya>ta ke-kra- 
kra-r':!*-? \\\* k:i\ 
C<* l.;i li-i. i-lia CO tv kfi-ra-ca^l 

Wv-r:i-r.r ce i\- iv c-lia-iTT-kre. 
\v(»-ta-li » kr .-1 :'-':a j ^-ta a-ra'-k?p. 
Wvjk.p c; ! r I -i! -'.ii r ':-ya3 aMa- 



Il.V-kj 



la t):.-;;;-L.\i-;AM;-lwic. 



i-:a wv-kv-hic-iiya3, 



HOUSES. 



45 



"^^^SM 




HOUSE. 



Do ym see thc^c two houi^e^? 
YeSj Ise !hem; ^/•^/< khid of houses 
are t1v:y? Tan one fhaf lia^ a cui'ola 
on ih* t p 'ff it /s* rr/'!ed a dn/rct. 
Petpt met thiC to wn^siup G d. 

In the cu;) hi t'lerc h a h'^ge h //,' /r' l( h 
theifrwi^ ir euf/^y diJi t) ^al t::c /;eo- 
jtlc logt't/ier. 

IVfft k'ftdo^'ah ur is tlu' f^^lu/^ 

I f.'finli t '.> a iii'ern- Ih re is the 
su/?f fos!. J.c nil t trh » hefx hit i'(uf'<e 
has hi i ita ill li'ri .en on a board huti^ 



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MILL. 




WO^RE-TO-WJE. 

' Xu-wae a-ra-hcae kuh-na-ha-ta wo- 
re to- wa3 ^vv-kv-hae-llyJC-kaB. 

VVv-je-kine-o-ksp-nye wo-re-towae to- 
iU'a*-?^kre, \vv-re-to-waB hxrn-paj lu-jta- 
lini'-lie-nu-a-skn. 

Xu-wie o-jro kiib-iia-ha-ta pa-cae- 
r*i-kn wv-kv-iue-nycc-lae. Ku-aj iie-ta 
wv-ihv-iiya -nyjr-:(rr, ic-ia wv-tu wv- 
M**k>( -kj I (aii-ta-lju ^vv-kull-ta-Ihv-^yoe- 
rjya*-ka\ 

Ka-io c-h(VMc^-nn-wo-ta lixni-i^a^-hce 
lKi-r;r-t.i li{'-!u'-)na lio-n-\ve-ka^. 

iilx ii.v:.-r'>livii-ya* nc wv pa-lia!- 
hi'^» ;t ha rt*-t'>-lKr I ya^-ta >\v-jc-ka3 
Vj-U) cjlnIi '-jaa>u-! yj>ka3. 



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47 




A STEAM-DOaT. 

On the left laud is the pkfure (f 
a tifi I* 

If the I^d'fnm had mills t' ey "^v mid 
d) titeir g:iiulnj;m»ie readihj, 

Oi t!ie r'rj^hi hn :d m t' e /ifffi:rc nf 
a fite nn-b^tit. They (jo ^ni f v vr. er.ohd 
carry pople and gooU to iHjJa'int jluic^. 



ft f' a:}f /'• • r '// ^ ♦>;• frrrrrJ fo n 'xvat 

S ) >ie 1 iir: t'f* 1/ : /* '■' fy'l n hnst 
ff hi LI w /y • /// /,/ /// / ^ . }^ A*. 



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HORSE. 



JufT-;^ kn-ie wv- /Arg i^* a icoking 
u n-nr-pr-ka!. | // -r (\ 

We~k:i-!iii ir-!ri-! />^ y // sre hu 

Hiinrir; iiAH-lit'-V )r,v; ^/k/ his 
JuL^-:r fj't;i wn-ii N//?;/^ hovse^ are 



PAUMING UTINSILS. 



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MV-HJ^\VE-U-NA. 

Mae-kae-livn ya 
e-ya cte-a-rai-kje 
mvii-rp-u-ko-ta-sk*c- 
ku; \vv— Im-^-iii-ce- 
kie-kii; ihv-liv-ni- 
pne-yie-\ii; \vv 
puf-Kic- k( Jra-kn; 
ha— hio-kc- j w-Iivn- 
ya»-ku ihv-!i('-\vv- 
luekii. 

Wv-pu-fk.n o-ni- 
fke-i^c liavt.i. 
Jna-jiia JMv(a-n\g- 
a we-nili-(a a-m 
e-lia-riu-ku-'. 



FARMIXG TOOLS. 

• 

Here h a plough ^ 
tnd a /ok; and a 
lak'; af'd a harrotr; 
(iml it sickle; and 
f nioiclir:; >ht/t!e; 
(J id (I icel'St )ni\ 



Tit ere Is ah) a 
sltcaf iff uliCat, 

Thai round thhvj^ 
ihere^ 1 ihink is a 
sieoc. 






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RJUOING 



O-TA-NA I. 

Wv-KXN-TA A^UE WV-K^-NVJE K-K. 

Wv-kxiirta ce-ae wv-nv-hfle-kae; Wv- 
nv-hae se-ae e-ro wv-hu-kju uitr-ee-kae. 

Wv-kxn ta he wv-ia-.;kmj-yie-we-iuig- 
ka 8D-a3 cc-yd-mo wv-wv-ta-me-na-kse. 
* 0-ha-w8B o-ban-fcerkju ju e-ke-fkae 
wv-kv-hai-ka^. 

IV-ku-ra-kju ka-hse-na ke-ta-he-mv- 
iiysB-kae. 

Tv-kii-ra-kja x-ke-wv-ta ae-wv-ng-kae. 

Tv-ku-ra-kja nii^-aJ-ta-kju a^-ae e-ta- 
ta-ba-e-kje-a-ra3-k*ce. 

-ffil-wv-u-na la-ku-ra-kju ka-has-na 
e-la-ta-ha-kie. 

Wv-kxii-ta e-y^'g-k?p jua-kfr. 

Wv-Kxn-ta a'-ya luo e-Ua-iiiVii-ya;- 
nn-lia a-rap-ka?. 

Ta-kn-nj-kjn wv-j '-Va? a^-\vv-u-na- 
hn li?'-\vv-tn-ha-lia-kj;i Wv-k\ii-(a a- 
ra -Jknii-yie-nya^-k;r. 

Ka-a* h -\vv-k{*-ro-!ia?-;kniiy:i'-u '- 
^k r |)t'-!m-a-ra\ 

U'v-k\ii-l;i li('-\vv-kf"-)tvh'r-\v(' >k:i\ ir- 
jir i-Iir • h '-w /-k '-'i-\/»'--k «• 11.'- r.i-a-i* t». 



[ LESSONS. '^l 



CHAPTER L 
Op God. 
Godu asj/m^; a spirit lias not flesh 
and bones. 

We cannot sea G d, but he always 
8cei^ us, 

Li^ht and darkness are l^dh alike 
to him, ' 

All t-ings are ojen tJ him. 

H* made all th'n^s. 
Jle wa^ bfjre ail things, \^whca 
there wns ludhuii: lie was Or re.'] 
By him all tMas:s exit. 

T'ler^ is bnt one Cod, 

Ifiis thn Lverlttwg Cod. {The 
God that Uve^ Jhrarr is hel^ 

The fhhfgi fha^ men make^ and that 
we s'^e, are n>t Cod. 

We ought ivd to worship ihm. 

We ouqht to worsiip Cod and snrvft 
him alom^ 



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IJLIDIVO 



CB:9X8 KRA-YbXA J»-NA-|IA Wn-kxn-ta 

iE-riG-JB A-RJS-.WV-KJB-NY-E-KJE. 

Ce-8X8 Kra-ysta ee-na-ha Wv-kxn» 
Ia^i&y1g-8B fe-jua-hce Wv-kxu-ta %v- 
ke-tu-iiyai-kae. 

Wv-ru-fa^-ic-1 ly jB-na-ha e-ha-wv-he- 
ta-nye nv-yee ca>ke ce-kije. 

Me-fag-kie wv-tu^-kac. • 
.Wv-ho-pne-e-k:c-a-i-8e-ka3, wv-ni- 
feg-» pe-he-jkuP-yflK-e-kic-a-raj-kae tv- 
ku-ra pe-jkun-ya>kj ; i pe-he-j kiin-y ae- 
e-kee-a-rae-kflB, wv-rti-fc g-a-iiyae-iia-ha 
wo-yo-ksBJkua-yte-e-kte-a-rai-kaB. . 

Wv-kxu-ta wo-j<a ce-ta-waj oke- 
wae-kae. 

Wv-kxn-ta e-coe cc-ta-woe wv-wv- 
ke-kuii-fae-k p. 

V\ v-kxa-ta An-ciB a^-ta-wce tv-kti-ra 
kun-ra-sk;e ta-lic-wv-wv-ke-kae. 

Wv-kxa-ta e-ta-vvv-wv-to-ki-ce-luvta- 
iiy? iia-a-ni-cpe-ta ta-ca kn*. 

Ha-w:e tiii-ycMia-ha kt -kfa-wie-kfp. 

kie e-ta-wv-kL-kra?-k;L'. 



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53 




CHAPTER IL 





Concerning Jesus Christ the Son 
OP God. 

Je^xj^ ChriA u tlie only begotten Son 
of Gijd. 

He came into tlie world t^ save sinners, 

Ih was hrn of a virgin. 
He Wits ho-y^ hffrmleas^ undeJUcd^ and 
separate from sinners. 



Ill fidfiHcd tie law of God. 

Ih tau:-t uii the icords of God. 

//? rerenled to us the will of God 
hi^ F:tthcr. 

If:' (led u:rri the cross to bring U9 
to Gd, 

Oft t third dt/y he rose from the dead. 

Ill nx'it vp to Heaven in die sujht of 
nittr.y people. 




Ka-jn^-ka mxg-kre-ia An-caj Wv- 
kxn-ta e-tiu-ta4i£i-ko&. 

Wv-kxa la-ta mv-ja-pe wv-wr-Jte- 
ug-kffi. 

.II&*w]9e e-ru-a-kse-na-ha, mr^ya pro- 
kffi e-ru-ka-na-taii-ye, Wv-kxn-ta wv- 
wa-ye cc-ta-wae e-nu-ce-hnc-yEe-kee, 

Wv-je-k^e , wo-ka*fo-narha in3ig-4u*e- 
ta wv-lc>-kr8&-krae-hue-y£e*kBe, wv^ru* 
fag-ae-koe-na-ha o-ta-ko -h vn-y se e-ta- 
wv-pee-hiie-yee-kiB. 

Ce-sxa ka-jut^-kia e-ha-w\**wv-he 
ij-ta-na-ha, heg-kra-he-we-skae pe-uu- 
a-r£e, Wv-kxn-ta a-ra^-koe. 



Hi 



O-TA-NA 

Wv-iiv-hiE wv-hopne-na-ha Ce- 
BXH Kra-yr?la Wv-kxn-la Myig-m An- 
cns-kii e-lji-\vv-hu-ka\ 

Wv-rii-fMir-ae ta-Iuh-ce wv-wv-kc- 
kie ('e-l^\^4 Kra-ysla ivoka-fo a;-la- 
wye e-luiii-ytJ-vve-^kuU pc-iiu-a-rcc tu-hc 
\vv-\vv-kc-kLL\ 



n V' 



lll|MMMii»«MiM|lfeilM«^^ 

• ife *tilWb in heami tcith Gcd^'hl^ 
Father. * 

' * 1§ii8 cur peace-mbker ttith Ood. ' 



CHAPTER III 
Concerning the Holy Spirit. 

The Hohj S,nrit cm^Jifrm the Fathr 
er a J. d his Son Jesus Christ. 

He cnmncei ns of sin. He shews 
vs our need of the rii^hteousness of Chribt. 



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{ He wUt come agatn, at the last day^ 

wiOi all tkerholtf angels, tofiu^e tlie tcorUi. 

I Nb iD^U take the righteyus itp mth %im 

to h^vm^ and cast the uicked dtjwn to 
hett. 

We oti^ht ti Lve Jesus, wlw is now 
witting to Move us. He is God. 



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Je-flps Kra-j«ta e-tarO-waeHM, Wt* 
kxjiHa . e-ta-wv-wY-lo-kraB-be-lue. 

K^i^ fag-» wv-iy?-h^kBdt iW^je 
wv-ho-pne wv-wv-he-kce. 

WvHTU-iSag-aB wo-yig-ao wv-wT*he- 
na; tT-ku*ra wv4io-ne-tao4a-ha kra-be 
wv-wv-he-ka. 

Wr-kxn-ia wv-ke-ro-h« wv-wr-ke- 
^un-ferkee. 

Wv-kxn-ta heg-kfa-be-tan-ye wr- 
wv-ke-kun-ftB-kae. 
^ Wo-ka-fo wv-wv-ke-pa-krag-k». 

W v-iiT-hae h»-wv-wv ke-ja- kuB-ysdi- 
skffi, ton-to u-na Wv-kxii-ia wo-ka- 
fo he-wv-ke-ro-hfiB-we-jra-yae. 

Wv-nv-hae Wv-ho-pae-ua-ha Wv- 
kxn-ta a-i«-kfie. 

An^QD-iia-ha, ^yg-ae-ku, Wv-nv- 
hsB W?-ho-pne-na-lia-ku, Wv-kxn- 
lA e-yxg-keen-yae-kae. 

W?-kxn-ta c-tan-ta nig-ae-kae. 



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^iJSe kmb n$ to God ArougA Jmu 
Cfcrirt. 

Mb purytes our heatts^ and sanctijies 
our nattires. 



The Hdy Spirit is God. 

The Father, the Son, and the Holy 
JSjpirit are one God. 

There is no other God. 

He makes ti? hale sin, and Lve 
hoUness. 

He teaches us hiw to pray. 

He teaches vs how to love God. 
He guttles vs in the right tray. 
ff the Spirit d:Ks nut he'p us, we 
cannot pray ar^g'u. 




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aXANA IV. CUAPTJEK IK 

Kxopvs .XX . ' ;; * 

'^'^^IwB wo-ra-kce-ta, ka-ae-kse. 

2 Ye-ho-w? Wv-kxn-ta de-ta-wee 
nien-ree-kie, JE-cup-ta niv-ya-na-ha-ta 
cB-ta wv-ne-he ce a-hae-wue-re-na-ha, 
rnen^-rBD-kae. 

I. 

3 Wv-kxn-ta e-tan-ta e-ya a-jne- 
jkun-y 8B-hi .e-y BD-kae. 

IL 

4 Tv-ku-ra mxg-kre-ta-na-ha-kjn, nlv- 
a-ta-kju, ne niv-ya ku-hvn-ia-n:^g-a- 

wv-kv-hpB ta-ku-ra e-kef-kae-l^u 
e-ya ne-kra-u jka-nyir-lmp-yaB-kae: 

5 Wv-ra-ke-JNvv-o-krc jkun-yoD-hne-yae— 
kap, wv-ra-ko jro-hu' jknn-yae-hiic-ya?— 
kije; Ye-ho-wv Wv-kxn-ta de-ta-wae 
he-iiye-kae Wv-kxn-ta ha-nc-fe-kae 
ha-un-ce, e-c'g-c j^-tr an-cae Avv-iu-f»g- 
a;-nya*-na-lm u-y g-a*-nyae-na-ha ya-ki© 
laii-ye lo-wa:-nu-ha-kju aii-ca4i-wa3- 



59 LESSONS. 



o-Wtt-WT-hA-kaB ; 

6 JE-ta heg-kra-he-nyse-na-ha e-c» 
ug-ke-WflB-nyie-na-ha-ku, ya-kee kree- 
pa-na-hu-ya li?u-yae-kju uan-lu-wo- 
hd-ta-koe . 

in 

7 0-pig-8e-hce Ye-ho-wv Wv-kxn-ta 
de-ta-wae ra-yae ae-ta-wae a-jra-cie- 
jkun-yae-hiie-yae-kne: Ye-ho-wv wa-ya3- 
rae ra-yae ic-ta-woe o-n g-ae-hce a-ra- 
c8B-kju wv-ru-fng-ae-jkuii-yce kv-ha?- I 
jkuii-yae-hne-yje-kce . 1 

IV. * 

8 lla-wae wv-ho-ne-ta-i xg a [wce-qv- 
fae-na-lm ] wv-ho-iie-ta i te-kra-uu-tan- 
ye ek-fu-ree. 

9 Ha-W8B j \'qve w-x-rn-uh-na wv-u 
de-la-vriE pro-kie die-krn jla-linc yft-kcn. 

10 Nugka lia-wa^ j i-liii.a-iia-lia ha- 
wae Avv-lio-no-ta-nx r-ae [ wa>qY-fa)-iin- 
ho ] Ye-iio-wv (Ic'ta-Wcje a?-ta-wa3 
a-ra?-kae: ha uyb ka-je-tj wv-ii li.e- 
ra u-jkim-ya -h'lt y r-kir, de-a», de-yiu- 
ae-kju, disyMg-.i'-kjii, wv-wa-yr* dr- 
la-wae wYg-tti-na-ha, e-huuf-ir-iia-ha kji, 
cjc-fku dc-ta-\vije a-r.v kj i, u4v: ex 



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e-tan-ta a-rae-kju e-nu-re-me-iia-flkas. 
il Yb«ho^V) mrg-kre^Uhkju tri^-yao^ 
1^/ eob-ta a^»4tjU| ae-ia tv-hu-m 

ru-jta-he-kSy 8B-ta ha-wee je^iiM^ 
nxg*a wsHia4SBe-k8e; a^ite^ce Ya-aot 
WT ha-wse w-ho-ne-tanixg-a [w«n 
qT4«--na-hal pe-wv-he-ktti 8e4a wv-^ 
hoHie-la ug^kflB. 

V, 

12 Mv-ya Yb-ho-wv Wv-kxn-ta de- 
ta-w® u-re-ku-iia-ha fe-hce e-ra-ha- 
taii-ye, Naii-cae De-lm-ku was-kra- 
va-kae-rflB. 

VI. 

13 Wv-jekse e-ya cce-ra-jkun-yae-hne- 
Tse-kae. 

VII. 

14 E-na-a-kffi e-tan-ta e-ya e-nu-ra- 
ya-jkuii-ya'-liiie-yae-kfp. 

Vlil. 

15 Wv-ra-iiio-ni>jkui -yce-hne-yae-kBB. 

IX. 

16 Wv-jtvkaB jnl-a-^kap-lm-ha e-ya 
AW-ra-ke-tof-kiB-jkuii-yie-lme-yae-kaB. 



X. 

17 , Wv-je-k» e-jru-anskse-na-ha ce 
8ft4a#iw8e wa-ye-a-ra-kiw-jkun-lfa-hne- 
jm-kedy wv-je-kae e-jru-a-skae-na-ha 
8e^-UH[)le wa-ye-a-ra-kree jkuii-ycB-hne- 
ysD-kae, wv-wa-ye BB-ta-w» wvg^-ae- 
n»-ha, e-na-a-kse-na-ha^kju, oee-fka ee- 
ia-we-mu, nau-lwv-bvii-y8B ae ta-wae^kju, 
e-jru-a-tekae-na-ha ta-ku-ra ee-ta-wae-l ju 
wa-ye-a-ra-ki:fle-jlcua-yae-hue-y«-ka3. 

18 ^ JE-ta wv-je-k«e x-ke-wv-ta ko, 
ru-kre-kj i, e-yo-yo-cce o-wee-hu-na-ha, 
a-hne-niv-kje jo-cae-im-ha-ku wv-ta- 
nyie-kde; se-ia wv-je-kie a-taii-yce- 
skse-ta ru-hae-ta a-he na-yse-nyie-kaB. 

19 -3E-ta Mo-se-sa ka-e-ka-nyae, \vo- 
wv-ke-cae-ka-rse ee-ta hen-re-ua-un-ta- 
nyije-iiuff-ka, lien-cce-jkiin-yse-we- 
sicsB vVv kxn-ta wo-wv-kc-cae-jkuu- 
yae-to- 

20 ^-Jta Mose-sa wv-jo-kae ka-wc*- 
kae-kae, Wv-kxn-ta e-re-lui-ca-lan-> e 
ju ke-na-lie-rae-tari-ye, wv-jru-fag'-aB- 
kun-yae-tan-ye ce-ce, a-rae-cc ua-lu- 
rae-jkun-yae-we-lio. 



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21 ^ta wv-je-lue ha-re-u nftj^ 
nyw-iimy 8e*ta Mo-se-Ba ly-^kxorla 
o-hanfae o-me-na eJcae-ra-ifie-ha-Ua fr 
ru-a-skee-kas [a-iskaB-»-ta-he4t8B. J. 

22 M'ia Yb-ho-wv Mo-«e-8a ka<^ 
hae-kae^ ka-8d I»-i8e-en c^ig^'g-ee ae- 
ta-wae we-ra-kaehne-ya^koe,. nixg^r^ 
ta-ntg-a u-re-ke-ta-ta-ca a-ra-jla»we- 
kas. 

23 Mvn-fse-fka w-kxn-ta e-ya hen- 
ra-ke-u jkun-yaj-tan-yse-kfie, nrivn-fae-fka 
fe a-rae-kju raB-kra-u-jkun-yse-tan-yffl 
k{£. 

24 VMar ae-na-ha e ya mv-ha en-rh-ke- 
u-hne-yce-kiK, ae-ta wo-ku ta-hb-wv- 
ra-im*ha, niv-ya-pe wo-ku ra-th-ha- 
h:\-kii, in f ka-ig-ae-kjn, cae-fka-kju, a- 
ha-ta-ta wv-m-ku-hue-yae-kae: ra-yao 
laii-lu Ii?e-kra-kra-skae, ke^ro de-ki*a- 
ke ha-co-hne-yae-kae. 

2'> IE la Vr-tar ee-na-ha en-ro en- 
rr\ kt'-u-s\a^, en-ro wv-ru-pe-u-na-ha 
ra-'i-jknn ViP-liiie yuvkoe, we-u de-ta- 
w^ ra-u-bkaj-ta, pe-jkuu-yae-ra-kfe. 



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^-ttu-ro-lcfiB wv-re-ke-ta-jkun-ysE-tan- 
£e, Vr-tar men-ta-wae jH-ra-hun-yse- 
te, ' fe-ra-na-yae . Icnc ra-u-jkun-yae-line- 
VflB-kfie. 



tnj: LORD'S PRAYER. 

CK-gXS WV-RO-BJC JB-TA-WiB. 

Wv-kvn-ta wo-ka-fo-lice he-wv-ke- 
ro-hee-tan-ye, se-y^gae Ce-sxs Kra-ysla 
ee-na-ha e-cse ka-ae wv-wv-ke-kui*- 

fee-kcB. 

HEG-KA mxg-kre-ta jnag ae-na-hn, ra 
yae de-ta-wae wv-ho-pne-to. We-ru- 
ka-na de-ta-wae ce-to. Mxg'-kre-tii- 
lixg'-a ton-to u o-ie-ke-wa3-nyavska% 
mv-ya-ta e-ka a-ne-kii u o-ro-kr-wa»- 
nyae-to. Wv-ni-ca3 ha-\va*-kir Ium - 
ru-cie-we-ta wo-wv-ku-ho, jp-ta \\v- 
wv-ke-ru-fag-ar-na-ha ht^-wv-ke-i n jci i - 
de-he-we-skae, e-kiR a-ra?-ku u • \vv- 
wv-ke-ni'jian-de-Ju-lio. Ke-jtair-ka* t- 
ta-wv-wvii-ye-ra>jkuii-ya}-ho-iug ka^ 



i^aifti 



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pe-ilran-yse-'ta-ha ru-fe^a wy-wfHM^ 
ro-ho: we-ru-ka-na, preh^bae-ku [^^ 
fxg'^^ku] wo-hta*ku de-t|^-^»-ce: * tb* 
jra^mohoe ka-ju-tnY-ysee-hne-yiBe-k®. 
£f-kft-to. [Amen.] 



YA-WJE XV. PSALM XV. 

HV;Wi<B wy-jka ehta-^ra mxg-kre €t€h 
lie-na-lia. 

Da-WID Ya-WJE J&-TA-WJE. 

Yb-ho-wv Ce wa-yxE-r» o-re^^ke^me* 
na-hna-c8e1 o-liae-niv-kje wv-ho-iie-la 
wa-yfle-ne o-re-ke-me-na-hna-ceel • 
2 Wa-yae-ras wv-ru-f.ig-ae j cun-yae-mvn- 
yae-aa-hi, wa-yje-ras wo-ka-fo-u-tnvn- 
yae-iia-lia, ae-tu wa-y je-rao na-cae ta 
e-cje nrg-kje-iia-ha, a-m t-ta-me-fK^ 

!i Wa yiivrap e-cse wv-ra-pe-jkunyae- 
jku».-yie-im-lia; e-iii-a->kcE-im-ha tv-ku- 
ra p/-jkuii-yae wv-ke-u-jkun-yae-na-ha- 
kji!. i-*u-a-skce-na-ha iv-ku-ra e-ka- 
II .n sk e, pvj-j'{uii-yaj-skaj, niig-kae-kv- 



^ 



LtsaoNs. 



GTy 



h^jkun-yaB-na-ha-kjii. 

4 Wv-jrae-rflB wvj >kae pe-jkun-yae- 
na-ha a-ta-skse-ta wo-yig-ee-iKi-ha-img- 
ka; Ye ho-wv wv-ke-ua-lie-ree-nyae- 
na-ha wv-ke-ya-kfe-na-ha. Wa-yae- 
iw ta-ku-se-sdisB-ta ta-ku-ra e-yu 
ke-hwva-ye-kju e-tan-ta e-ru-ka-na- 
jkun-yae-iia-ha. 

5 Wv-yae-rae mvn-fse-fka wv-m-pe 
wo-kra-yu-iia-ha; wv-je-kae wv-ru-fa«f- 
CB-jkun-yaena-lm, tv-ku-ra e-ya wv- 
ke-ru-fae-jkun-ya3-na-lia-kju. Wa-yai-i-a) 
ka-ku ii-sk e ve ae e-ya-ha ru-hae- 
rae-jkun-yae-hiie-yje-kae. 

YAW^ CXVII. PSALM CXVIL 

Ya-wiB WcB'kra-fxg'Ce-na-ha. 

O U-ke-cae x-ke-wv-ta Ye-ho-wv 
waB-ki-a-fxg-ae-mvn-yae-we-ho; wv-je kae 
x-ke-wv-ta, wae-kra'fxg-ae-mvn-yae-we- 
ho. 

2 Nan-tu-wv-wv-tun-tan-ra-kae: ae-ta 
Ye-ho-wv mig-kae-na ae-ta-wae ae-ya- 
mo ka-ju-mv-yje-kae. Ye-ho-wv wae- 
kra-fxg-ae-iiiva-yae-we-ho. 




riMi 



«ltAtMfk. 



MUM 



F^QI^^^IWkMH 



OTA^x vi: 

•^^^ O >YB-^BO*frr Wv-k Jtti-ta mkg-kre- 
ta »v-ya*kii de-iB^v-ra-u-iia^ha i*-ji^W 
W^kxD^ jn^kn, Wv-ke-h»-nrf d*^ 
tH-w» x-ke-wv-ta de-kra-fxg-a-nyae- 
kee. 

Ta-ku-ra e^ta«4a-ha-kjir '^^rcft-kra- 
fiig-« de^a-'wse wo-ra-kcen-yafe-kae. 
De-tan-ra-ce, -woh-ta-jne-ce Wv-ho^ 
Jme-jn^-ce, men-rse-kju de-l^ra-fk^-se 
a-ke-he-nu-a-sku. , . . ' 

Wv-tu-fasr-ae^ksB-tan-ra. Ta-ku-ra pe- 
jkun-yae-kju, ro-ho ha-ug-kae. 

Pe-y'g-re ce-wv-u-na wv-ru-fag-ae 
cg-ke-ru-jtaii-dae-lie-ho. Pe-la-ha ha- 
uii-tan-ye eir-ke-kun-fe-ho. 

Wv-hopne me-un-rae, ae-ta Ce- 
•xs ae-wv-un-na e-ha-me-ho. — Amen. 



Wv-RO-H-« II. 

O Ye-ho-wv Wv-kxn-ta de-tan-ra- 
kcC wv-lio-p..e-jiie-kx-ug--kaB. 



PRATEM. 0V 

QffAPIER VL 
PRAYER. I 
L>rd GA TfC creator •/ the 
H^axtii^ and (he Earth, t!iou ahme 
art Qod. Ail thy servants praise thit. 



AU creatures ftpcak thy praise. 
I too, fvjud etideavHtr to praise thee for 
thm art great, a id ghrious, atul holy. 
I am a great sinner. I l'<^^^ ^^^^^ 
many things that are tv.ong. 



Pardm my sim — Forg-ve tne, of 
the sake of thy S)n. 

Teach tnc to do irhat is right* 
Mitk' me Ito'y, and save nie forJesvs 
sake. Amen. ;^ 



PRAYER JL 
O L)rd! thouit a great and holy 
God, 



1 



ifiiitrt iJH 



ttt 



PS4YIM 



Blx!r-kre-iij(g^a wa-yasr© e-roJce- 
fkye-jra-yae? mv-ya-ta-kju e-tan-ta 
iiifr-a5-k?ir , re-j iia-j ue-ka3. 

O Ye-ho-wv, wT-ro-hce wv-wv-ke- 
na-u-ho. 

Wv-je-kae wv-ho-»e-la wv-ra-u-e- 
kae-a-rae-iiug-ka, wv-re-ke-ru-fag-oe- 

nyae-kne. 

He-wv-re-ke-ni-fag-»-w*e-c^ e-roje- 
kse en-ce ju-ho-ta-ku lieu-ta-woQ Or 
HB-kaB. 

Wv-ru-fagf-ae u wv-wv-fa-pae-ta-iive- 
nfusf-ka wv-ru-pe u he-wv-hug-ae 
jkun-yae-we-kae. 

. Nan-fu ta-na e-han-ye-we-skae, wv- 
ru-fasr-ae we-kc-na-jkim-yfie-nyae-kae 

wv-ru-fag-ee aj-ae ro-ho-nyae-kcD. 

Wv-ru-i'i>g-a3 ket-fa wv-wv-he-ho, 
ae-ta wv-rii-lnijf-aj nijr-ae wv-wv-lie-ho. 

\a-(ifT^ (ng-x ptvhcc-ku wo-wv-ku- 
ho. I<%cn3 d('-ta-wa3 lie^-kra-he-to, 
H»-ta ir-ya-nio e-hona-un-to wv-wv- 
k.*-ro.to. l\*-ia-lm pe-uii-tan-ye wv- 
wv-kt^-kuH-rir-hi). 

He -lia-wc-kcL* e-iiu-wv-wv-na-hae-ho, 



«. 



PRAtERS <19 



W!to in the Heavens is I k' Hff^t t*t'' 
iWr ii Uiere any ujxm the earth bcUdei 
thee. 

Hear our pratjer O LORD. 
4 

Th^m did t malce man holy^ hut t^cy 
have dnned against thee. 

To us be'mu'efh s^tomf aud confafian 
qf face^ becauio ice ha^e si.med agiint^t 
t/iee. 

We are fv'"e to d> evil, but to d^ 
gyyd \ve hare ;i> kiiofved^e. 

Our hif'iuifies ate mo e than the 
hairs of our I ead. 

Wash iisfr>m tmr sffff^^ arid purify us. 

dive m I ure and f^o d hcar!i<. 
Mat fn' lor^ t y icid^ and a^wayB 
b'^ gad lo ne n- It. 

. T a h in ti d* irhtt i*? ri^/U. 
Be uili us while Lie ii<^^, 



■ niiwii timtimmibmiM imi ii 



M&. 



TO 



PRArtHS. 



Ta-laiHH pe^jkHii-yae-te-ha ^ jku* 
nvie-wv-wv-he-lio. iil-ta hen-cap-we- 
^he <Je-sx$ fie-wv-un-tan-ye, fnxg- 
e-ta-irv-wv-kra-ho. Amen. 



kre-nxg-a 



Wv-RO-HJfi III. 

O Wv-kxn-la, Heg-ka, mxg-kre-fa. 
jnag-8B-na-ha, wv-ro-hae wv-wv-ke- 
na-u-ho. 

^'▼-je-kw o-ksen-ye cig-cisr-ffi wv- 
hwv-ia heii-ye we-kae. O-hun-foe-ta 
he-nye-we-k;e. 

Woku-fo-ta-ha pe-un-tan-ye fa-pce- 
ta w\'-wv-he-lio. 

Ra-yiB de-ta-wBB ta-ku-ra e-ya 
he-ii-we-kju hc-wae-fxg--ai.tan-ye hae- 
wv-wv-kt^-ja-ho. 

Wv-wv-kv-hcc c!e-ta-wnE? Ce sxs 
de-yiir-ie wo-ra-kjp-iui-ha, he-\v\-rr 
pe-tan-ye, w v-wv kv-hip lic-w^-i> 
pe-tan-y<> fn-|Kr-ta-\vv-\v v-lio-ho. 

Pa-liM-rje nair-tii-wo-tn-ho; vrv-^^ 
kp x-k"-\v\Ma iiiii-Ui-wo-tM-ho. D- 
yi-r.jT. jr-wv iiii-lnn-yo x kc-wv-ta c-li- 
wv-lic-ho. — Ameu, ' 



-^ -^p- 



And when ved'e iaJ^eus to Meavtn 
for Jcsjs sake. Amen. 

PRAYER IL 

O God, our Father who art in 
Ileaven, Lear our prayer. 

We are poor Indian ihildren. 
}Ve are in the dark. 

Make m wi<e f) do what is lii^ht. 
Help as to (jlorify thy name in all 
that we (Ik 



Makz J/.^ who to karji t) read^ that 
ue nui'f read thj bnk that tc^ls u< 
a^fuit Jjiu Chit. 

Pittf the fwns; pftif a'l l>fOf)l\ 
aud lave fheai ajl, f*r the sake 'f thy 
Sju. — Am n. 



Mil 



TO 



BCMPt^RB* 



YA WjE Xt PSALM XI. 

Y f^ HO AW ha.na.ye-krffi.k8B: w#. 
* y:g-ce iWcce-hce a-haD-mv-kje de- 
ia-vt'd3 e-ta ke-tuu-ree, if-kce ton-to 
u-nu wv-iiV'ha5 mcn-la-wiBB we-wr- 
fn-kr'*k0e-cBc'l 

2 Jit ot-ta, wv-ru-fag-flB-nyae-na-ha, 
wT'jtskce im-c*e wo*ka-(b-na-ha wv- 
k*i-cfle-tan-ye, niv wv-ru-pe-ki a-u-nyae-ta 
inv la v-H t >-ka e-ta-kra-nyae-k^. 

3 Ce-hu-cee ni-ie-jiin-yse-skffi, wv-je- 
kifi wivkti-ft>na-ha ton-to un-yee-hna« 

4 YiE-Ho-wv Ce wv-ho-ne-ta o-kria- 
it:e-na'tu-ha-kie. Ye-ho-wv o-me*na »- 
iH-wffi mxg-krc e-ta r.-ree-kce: ij-fa 
m-lft-wa; wv*ta-nya&-kffi, ij-ta-ho-ha 
w-ji -ka3 cig-cjg-te ce-ta-wae we-hu-ca5- 
nyrt-ka?, 

Ti > K-iiO'Wv wv-je-kflB wo-ka-fo-na-ha 
>vr-hij-(;;i -iiirr-k I wv-i"u-fa<ir-8B-ijyiB-na- 
im, ki**lii ke''p('-nya*-nn-hn-ku, wv-nv- 
hai u:-Lu-wa* wc)-y g-aij-ku). 



ABmSVIATIONS. 7S 

6 Wv-je-kae wv-ru-fng-ce-nyae-na-ha 
e-ra-pa pn-cse-ku lux^r-ka-fe-ku ta-kf¥* 
kae tan-ra-ku a-wv-hu-hne-yff-k©: ee-ta- 
wae a*r8B-na-ha a-rfe-hne-yae-kaB. 

7 Ju Yb-ho-wv wy-ka-fo-na-ha wo- 
ka-fo-ta-ha kra-hie-kae; en-cse 8B-ta- 
WC& wo-ka-fo*na-ba a-ta-kae. 



ABAREtIA TIONS. 

W- J. We-kun-fe Jwe-hc® iS'. Metre 
W. O " ake-na-f© C Metre 
W- F. " Fra^ae L. Metre 
W. W. '' Wfie-kra.fxg./Aii&ia^A 

ce-nyao jffefre 
C. K. Ce-»X8 Kra-yst Jesus Christ 

W. Wv.kxn.ta God 

Pah. Pa-liu-cae /nivw/ 

An. An-cae Fhtfia' 

My. JfSry\G:-B^ Son 



74 



QfnriBTIONS. 



O-TA-NA Vn. 

WE-WV-HJE-KJU. 

We-wvhje. t Wa-yoE? ufHrC'Un<ao? 
A-NA-HA. Wv-kxn-ta 8B-wT-me-ug-k«. 

A. Mv-ha jo-J9.<», he-u-nye-kse . 

IV. 3 AVwc tarkii-ra re-keJcun/aHXB? 
A. 0-hru-\vv-i.ye, ln^g-ke-kun-ffle-kflB. 

ir 4 II v-ixxn-ia tarkti-ra Urna re^n^ 

A. Har-kra-he-lan-ye, hse-kra-fxg-ce-la- 
iiye, o-ha-ke-w£E-tan-ye, he-ug-kae, 

A. Wv-kxii-ta fie-yxg-kse-jiia-kse. 

H\ G IVr-Lrn-ta ka<t tcv-jc-kce ta-na 

A. Ta-nye n-ine-na-kae. 

IV. 7 Jh-hn^'m-vjC^'Ca'? 
A. An-t"i -1h^, iE-yii?-« Wv-nv-hce- 
\\ v4io-[!no-ku. 



I 



^mmamm^ 



AVESTI0N8. K^ 

CHAPTER riT. 

QUESTIONS. 

(Question I. Wlio made you? 
Answer. God made me. 

Q. 2 Of uhat tcere yofu tmidel 
A. Of the dust of the earth. 

Q. 3 WluU docs tluU teach you? 
A. It teaches me to be humble. 

Q. 4 fVliy did God make you? 

A. He made me that I might Kt^, 
praise, and obey hiia. 

Q. 5 Are ^wre mire Gods iimn onr? 
A. There is only one God . 

Q. 6 /n hoft many persons does tlim 
one Gud erhf? 
A. He exists in three. 

Q. 7 IVluU are tlwy? 
A. The Father, the Son, and ilie 
Holy Spirit. 






w 



ftUMrtONt. 



W. 8 Wihksffy4m M9 l0hlhi-ra<«7 
A. Wv-kxn-ta Wv-nv-h»-nug-ka wv- 
je-k» e-ro-io-uyao if-k€e-jkun-y» . 

9FI 9 Wv^jm4a tev^e4im \m4a^ triv 
ha^ne4a tcfMHi-ca? 

A. Hun-cae; ta-ku-ra-lgu pro-ks vff- 
ho-ne-ta wv-ug-ks. 

W. 10 JCa-jug^ca wv'je4cm x-ke-wvAa 

A. Hun-cae; wv-kxn-ta [ wr-nv-te }pe- 
ikun-ys, 7a-kffi hen-tae-wao ke-jt9g-- 
kae-we-k»; Wv-kxn-ta o-ke^wie-jkun- 
y»-ny8B-k8e; ka-jng-kap, x-ke-wv-ta 
W ▼•kxa-ta hc-\^-ke-ni-fag-flB-wc-kaB . 

ir 1 1 Kmv fn!>4jrv4fe4an'ye tcv^hofie^ 

e-ya n-m a ? 

A. ^-yi«r-ee wv-wv-ke-cflD»tan-ye, a-r» 

wo-wv-kug-kae . ' 

tV, 12 Kipjii^g'k:^ inyje-km X'he-m[>4a 

A N g-it-ko; wa-yoe-rsB fie-yigf-» Ce-8X8 
Krn-y >m ee-na-l a n lig-kae-kv-he^na- 
lia-jiia e-han-yae-hne-yae-kae . 



i im * a^ii p ii ■ i Mi l .11 1 1 W i ll II 

QUB8T10N8. 77 



^ 8 What is God? 
' A- Crod is a spirit, and has not a body 
like men. 

Q 9 When Cfod made nuin^ did he 
nrnke him l4oly? 
A Yes; he made all things holy. 

Q. 10 Are ail mankind now sinners? 

A Yes; The devil tempted our first 
parents; they disobeyed God; now we 
are all sinners against God. 



Q 11 What did God do tfuU tte 
mi^ be made hdy^ and become h(rppy? 

A He gave his Son to die for us. 

Q 12 WiU ail persons now be saved? 

A No; those only who believe on his 
So Jesus Christ slmll be saved. 




auCSTfONS. 



A. X g-ae-ko; ha- wee e-ru-a-kfle na-ha 
tu-h;>-im tu-jpe-iia-hiie-yae-kflB. 

A, Wv*kxii-ta o-ta-ko-hvn-yffi-ta e-ta- 
wv-krii-h ne-ya»-kaB ; aj-ta wv-kxn-la 
pe-jki I ii-y J e a i i-cae-h wa3- wv-he ee-ya- 
iiio ka-ju-inv-uyiB-hna-rae . 

ir 15 Wo-ka-fij'na'ha tan-to u trr- 

A. t'e*!s\-^ Kra-ysta nixg-kre-ta wv-to- 
krsB kiit*-luui-raj; ae-ta ke-ro-nivn-ya3 
ip-ya-nio ka jji-invn-yye-hna-rse . E-nu- 
ha ci£'jkuL-ya!-liiia-ra?. 

ir Hi Wr-ixxn-ta a-na c-tn-hc-hc- 
tr/>v/,^ fr-l^ti-ra nf/ii-fa-'fiU'Ca? 
A* W v-liHiir-ia iiye-ta-i.ye-kce; wa- 
y t'-iin wv-[jo-iH»-ta jku^-nyce-^kle Wv- 
k^ I ta a-ta-^k iii-uyx luie-ya-ka». 



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auESTiOKs. 79 



Q. 13 Will tliis world alicays exist 
as k is? 

A. No; it will at tlie last day be 
burnt up with five. 

Q. 14 J f fiat icill tlio become of tlu!- 
irickedf 

A. (iod will cast tl'.eni iiilo hell, where 
tht*y will be toriueuled with devils 
lor ever and ever. 

Q. 15 WluU trill thin l)C done trilk 
the righteous? 

A. Jesus Christ will take them wilh 
him to Heaven; there they will be for- 
ever happy; they will never die any 
more. 

Q. Ifi }\hat mu!^ \rv lu\ if in: tronld 
fS'j to JlcfU't n y 

A. We must be holy, lor without 
holinebs no onc! can t^ir (aod. 



Mk 



-<MMMriHiniH 




OTANA Vni. CHAPTER VUT. 



7?i0 fuUamng thofiter contains m»ck 
m^B^xes^ or eiu:lkkks as. are nwsUy johyBd 
to t/ie ieardf tclddi in English tliey toouU 
fUUaratly pmcede. 

Pah. £ng. 

•^e be cause 

-^cae tnark of intcrrogatian 

-a'^sku pcrhnjis 

-jra-yce ?io, nf)t. imjilxjw^ impossHMity 

-kse a jMiituic (Lntfiui^ a pauss 

Aia urf /N'', tmd by tfic iconwn 

-ka and 

-kjii r9\/\ w' 

•lire o <n/pir/(itlrr krmuxatlun 

-U\g-:\ ^'^ ////7(\ in 

-nuy ka //^^^ 

-na-ua ///</' irhhh 

-r^kjt.' /V: th)}f!;h^ It'll fi 



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lINDIlfiD. 81 



-ta trheny Hiet^^ at 

•4a^ha the thifigs uhidi 

PREFIXES. 

e-ta- //tercj, from 

ke- Htcre^ /or, frmn, U-i'^d aJUj in 

the imlle of icottls, 
e-nu- itith 
hae- «w/i€, a pw't 
o- in 



O-TA-NA IX. Cn AFTER IX. 

TABLE OF KINDRED. &C. 

The terms u ed t > exjpr s^ relation art 
taticd acco'di n^ as t'tc \sf. *^nd. or 3rd. 
persfpn is hi' ended. W! ere they arc rrg- 
ularlyfom dl le first ncrsm onlj is ^Iven. 
except onefrnxatnjd:. see hou-tu-ka. 

Pa-hu cje. E^tgli L 

Ilig-ka fwy fa' her 

Naa-cje y nir fatier 

au^cyr ///v fat In r 



mmm 



•2 



KINDERD. 



an-cae-he 

lie-iia 

ile-lm 

a3-hu 

hen-tu*ka 

de-tu-ka 

ee-tu-ka 

heg-kun-yae 

de-ku 

ae-ku 

lieii-tu-me 

lieii-ca3-ka 

heii-to-!skiB 

hen-toskie-ine 

ho-y g-je 

lio-yiU-;i3 

h(Mi-t;\-(|U 

lii'-<'-iia 
li ' y'i-!i;i 

li M ta'j-j' 



hi 



the father , . 

my math r 

ymr mot/ier 

hisj hers, or its mot/ier 

my gmnd father^ or 

father-m-law 
your i^raml'Jiithcr 
hi^, her, ita H father 
my grand-moiucry w 

mfjlher-in-'mv 
your grand mother 
U% her, or its G. mo^ 
my aunt 
my unde 
my ne/)/iew 
my niece 
my son 
my dtughter 
my ^nmd'i^on 
my ij^rnnd-fhfughfer 
my e der hr^^lhtr 
nnj i'd r pislfr 
my ijoWKjcr brother 
nnj ijuwigvr yittr 
nuf frif'e 



•I^MNI 



ltlNDR£D. ** 



heg-kra my husband 

wvn-ta-ha my son-in-law 

wvn-to-ha de-ta-wse your son-in-liit^ 
Mry-he-C8B or wue-hcte >si.ter 
heg-ki*u Jir<tb)inmn 

h<£-na scoftd stn 

ha-ka t'nrd.fiwthi^c. son 

he-iiu first born daugkUr 

e-na-a-koB a woman 

wvg'-se - a man 

krag-ae-kne h' married hr 

a-ru-h e-ka sJie wm married to him 

heg'-krug-Le-ka3 he mnrriel me 

un-ru-hic-kaB ahc ua^ marrhd to m^ 

wx-he-CiJB-ra-cje is >he yor.r si ter 
e-e-ua-ra-c?e i< he y**ur broth'^r 

e-cin-to-yig-ae a ymny 7nan 

e-ce-liJiie-vig'-ifi a yount^ wmtai 
wa-ya-yig-ie an o!d man 

e-na-ak ji^'^-tJB a?i old wom4in 

iiie-ha secmddoH^l^ter 

ha-fe-k.i thirdfmrfk itc </'/'/*. 

hc-yii^-:e e-au-na-lia //ly dd' t ton 
ciir-c^.g-ai a dild 

e-cia-U e Itrdlmr, {after he /. d ad) 



II* ■ ^llli^l 



84 



NUMBERS. 



he-yig-« ug-ke-ru- she was married ^ 

hse-kse my san 

he-yu^^-ae heg-ke- he married my 

krag-ee-kse daitg Uer 



O-TA-NA X. CHAPTER X. 



Cardianl numbers. 



w 



WE-RA-WJB 


E-TU-NA-HA. 


Pa-hu-cae. 


Bni 


1 e-yx2r-k8B 


one 


2 no-wre 


tiro 


iJ tan-yo 


three. 


4 to-wae 


four 


5 fa-ta 


five 


6 ja-qre 


stx 


7 jah-ina 


seven 


^ krae-ni-pa-iK^ 


eight 


I> kjaf;-kji» 


nine 


U) krai-pa-na 


ten 



NUMBERS. 



11 krae-pa-na a-ka-ne *yx?-k i^ rk'^eii 

12 '' aka-ne uo-wae tioeiva 

13 " " tan-ye thirteen 

14 " " towae fourteen 

15 " '' fa-ta fftcen 

16 " '* ja-qoe sixteen 

17 " •" jah-ina seventeen 

18 " " krae-ra-pa-ne eighteen 

19 " " kjagf-kae mnefeen 

20 krae-pa-na-no-wfiB twenty 
30 " " -tan-ye //itr/y 
40 " " -to-wae /or^y 
50 " " -fa-ta /?/J^y 
60 " " -ja-qae sixty 
70 " " -ja-hiiia scvefUy 
80 " " .krffi-ra-pa-ne e'fgfUy 
90 " " -kjiigkae n/w/y 

100 " " Im-yae 'yxg-kae f>w^ Awnrfr^ 

200 " •" '' no-wae two hundred 

500 " " " fa-ta fve hundred 

1000 " " " hvii-yae a thousand 



mmm 



i«li 



YA-WJf3. 



YA-WJE 1. 8kju. 7kju. 

"W7V.KXN.TA re-jna de-pe-ka, 

▼ V Hen-de-kra-fxg-ae-hn'yae-kaB. 
He-wv-re-ke-ro-h8B-hii'yae-ta, 
wv-wv-ra-na-u-hu'yaB-kaB. 

Pa-hn-cre x-ke-wv-ta-hce 

Nan-tu-w{e-k ra-tng-ka-rae; 
Pe-na-ha wv-ke-kun-fae-ho, 

JE-iB de-ta-wyen-yfle-to. 

X-ko-wv-ta na-cae ca^-koe 

Peh-ce-ku wt>-kug'-ka-rae; 
De-kra-fxr-se-t:)n-ye, pro-kat 

Na-ca3 pe wo-kiig-ka-rae. 

X-ke-Avv-ta wo-ka-fo-hce 

Fa-paMa-hce wv-u-ho: 
Ta-nyie-(a de-wv-ra-ii-na, 

MAg-ki%j to-wv-rai-iiyae-l#. 



HYMNS. 

HYMN 1. 8's, 7». 

' THOU, O God, alone art My; 

Ihce we praise^ for all tJiy aur: 
And while thus %m bow Inforc tlicej 
Tliou wilt lwm*j and awn oar prayer. 

2 On tlw Imrays harv mnry; 

On tluni cansc thy face to shine: 
Wliat hi :^hI and hnly^ tcarh them; 
May they be forever thine, 

3 Hantii rcncti\l, and s^otnl^ and ire^fect^ 

On them all^ O Lord, /x'sf.jtr: 
Hearts tfuU will dAiirht to praise thee^ 
And th)j h Jy j)reeij^s ktww. 

4 Jnyt, and menifnl, and humble, 

FilVd irifh wisd nn, may they Im": 
And wh'^a life hi done, rcedre thrm, 
For thy sal{e^ to dwell irilh tlux. 



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YA-WiE 3, 6kjii. 8kju. 



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^a;V*KX\^TA Yeho-wv, 

▼ ' Wv-hti-ue-ia-jtu^-ka^: 

Heg-ka e\^, x-ke-wv-ta 
A-ne-fkflc-iiyie 'kse-a-rae-kse, 

2 Re-jim-hcc wo-ka-fo 

1 1 1 *n-i u-ii-hn e-y ie-kne, 
Ke-jtm-liro wv-hfvpno 
Ht'ii-ni'M-lmr-yfe-ktE: 
Wv-ie-kc-t i-lue Im-ce-kffi, 
A-ku-iia lue-iig-ke-jan-rae , 

3 Wv-kx!i-ta Yr-ho-wv^ 

Wii-ku-fi» Ik -nn-ni% 
\\\4io-piio licMin-nr, 
\a-r;r pr-hc» rir-kiMin-rtP. 
Ue-kra ke-fkiL-hce ht-uii-rie. 



HYMNS. 8J> 



HYMN 2, H. M. 



Tfuice hfJij is thy name; 
BiU la umur am^ 

And all mtj act htm sliamv: 
Mijjaihem all, as Ilmce hen, 
Here Jill d tcith unMi^fandifW, 

BiU than ahme^ O Fjml, 

Canst nnikr mejnst and tru^: 

Hum onhj eanst eiratv^ 
And farm my heart annr; 

For this, fcome to trorMpthre, 

Make haste, O Jjtrd, to rcaene nv. 

O JjmJ, thon sor'/v/V/i (iftd, 
With irisdfnn ffll my mind; 

And to thy h Jy teill, 
lie erry irish rc^iii^n'd, 

O makr me holy, jn^f. and :r'>'^A 

In miati and h'-vL and trill n n c\l 



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hymns; 



4 Wv-pv-ksB de-ta-w8B 
Ru-u-na, wv-je-kss 
Wv-ru-fog-8B-na-na 
Jru*me-kie; ka-jug-ks, 
Wv-je-kae x-ke-wv-ta-hce 
Wv-ho-pne-wv-wv-he-ka-rse: 

YA-WiE 3. W. O. 

TA-WV-C^KJU e-to-jna-jae, 
JE'isi Uii-ra-jta-kae; 
Ce-8xs a-re-ke-iu\-hu-kju, 
Ha-tu-ya-kae-hce-kae. 

2 E-ya-ha wv-tii-fng-ae-skfle, 
Ejwv-lirg-'je a-rae: 
Wv-wv-kv-hic do-ta-wae-ta, 
Wv-kv-huu-liiu'-yLU-kae. 



^ Ha-cjr-sk-p rnxg krc-nxg-a-ta, 
l^'.-'ji li;i-!ie-l;u»-ye: 
Ka j ut;-K;i* ( 'r-s\s lue-kra-he. 
A-ce-kra^-im-a-sika. 



HYMNS. 91 



4 Jhnu didst tfuj jyrcclom blood, 

Pmir outftn* dying mar, 

Tlwt t/icy miglit l)C redam'dy 

And m^onigltt to li/e again: 

Otlicn let all J thy gt ace rereii^ 

And by tliy lioly peceijts litt, 

HYMN 3. a M 

IVIure e'er J go, Lord thou art there ^ 
Jiunc eye belutlds me stilJ; 

Andfrmn tfice slioidd I try to hid(\ 
Jlue task exceeds my tkllL 

2 If once I sin, or go astray, 

Eadi act k knoirn to thee, 
And in thy book ofju^ accountf^. 
It sluUl recorded be. 

3 Jcs^is, to thee, / noir would litr, 

JVhile life and health aregircn; 
JIuU when I du^, I may d/Mui. 
And be icith tliee in liearcn. 



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HYMNS. 



YAW^ 4. W. O. 

CESXa, na-ctt-ta tv-kiKra 
E-ha-tu-ka-na-kjii; 
KcM) e-ha-csB-jkun-jTBe-kju, 
E jwv-hug-» o-rflB. 

2 Hn-wre we-ru-ka-na-ha-ta, 

Ta-ku-ra pi-jkiin-yfie; 
Pi-ta-lia-kju ha-u-na-ha, . 
E-jwv-hug-ffi-hn'yaB-k8B. 

3 Wv-je-kiB e-haii-ta-ha-kju, 

Cie-iia-ha pri^-kic-kju. 
E-ra-ke-jni-ka-iia-hn ya:-k», 
W()-\vv-ra-kc-jia-kie. 

4 IV-re-ta-ha inxg-kro-uxg-a, 

'l\>-\vv-ra*-nya-liu'ya»-ka\ 
l\»-jkur.-yic-iia o-ta-ko-ta 
'i\) vvv-pan yaMui'ya,^-ka?. 



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HYMN 4. C. M. 

MYthd^i^hU f chile fainufisf in tlw liemty 
Are kanoti iJ tlwe, O Jyml; 

Hum koowsl tlie maUwicnts fiJimky 
lifui-e fupciik a trwd. 

4 Aful in the judgment ilny^ ichn all 

^udl itand Ijifatv A ly fluonc^ 
Vw good atul bud tlmt I Unix tlone^ 
iS/uUl to the icoiid be knoicn, 

5 The tiring and Hvc dead slutU then^ 

Before thy tluww ai\ xw*; 
Amltluni trdl Judge, us thou luat said, 
Of all our actions Iwn, 

6 Vw ridiieom sltall to Iwaren ascend, 

Andiridi tfieir S(wiour d^rell: 
Jllii/e sinnn^ sluill in math be hurl J. 
Down to the (iej)t/is of hell. 



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YA-WJE 6. W. F. 



WV-KXN-TA hc-jig-ashce-kic, 
De-kra-he hse-ug-ke-ja-ho: 
Wv-ro-h» heg-ke-kun-fc-ho, 
NaH^ce-ta fa-pfie-ta-nien-rse. 

2 Wv-je-ksB xk-e-wv-ta-hce, 
Wv.ru-fag-fiB-mvn-y8en-y8e-k»: 
Pro-kse jae-na-ke-hen-yfie-kce, 
Me-SB e-ksB e-hwvn-ye-k®, 

3 Wv-kxn-ta! nan-tu-un-ta-ho; 
Ce-8xa de-y*g-8B, wv-ie-kae: 
H wvn-ye-e-kae-a-i fie-na-ha, 
^-jna wv-ke-cae-jkun-ysB-cflel 

4 A-ra^-ce ce-wv-un-tan-ye, 
Pro-kre nan-tu-\vv-wv-ta-ho: 
1 1 e-wv-ni-faor-Ee-hce-na -ha, 
bo-ie e-ha-\vv-\vY-he-lio. 



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BYMNS. 95 



HYMN 5. L. M. 

O Godj may Tin youth be taught, 
To lave, ahdj raise thee as J oitg}it; 
Teach me to j^ray, my mind iinpixss 
Wuh wisdjm, tulh^ cuid righteousness. 

2 Jlw hinnan ram have gone astray; 
Tlieu ttatk in sim (Ustt^tftive iratj: 
All navie destroy' d tlianseli^ and I 

Wuli them, fur sin^ am doomed to die. 

3 But pity me, O! God of love, 
For Jesus sake ttho reigns above: 
The blessed Saviour died to save. 
And ra/nsom prisoners from tlie grave. 

4 fbr his dear sake, O pity all 
IVfto on kis nanuifor mercy call; 
Wit oivn ourudves a sifful race, 
Yd save us fry thy ftoi^ reign grace. 



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BYUSn. 



YA-WA 6. W. F. 

• 

TTEG-KE-KEJ-TO-WE-TA, ae-ta 
^^ Ce-8X8 he-wv-ke-ya-W8e-'to: 
Ju mv-ya-ta he-ha-we-ke, 
Heg-kra-fiig-8e-he-nivn-y8B-'lo. 

2 Wv-je-ksB x-ke-wv-ta-hce, 
E-ha-wv-he-na-ha ine-kse; 
M-iBL mig-kee-ha-kv-hee-Bkee, 
E-ha-hen-dae-kra-ke-hn'yae-kae. 

3 Ce-8X3 men-ta-wae! e-tan-ta 
Wa-yee-rsB e-ha-me-jra-yse? 

• E-tan-ta wv-yde' ta-ku-ra 
Pe e-ya heg-ke-u-jra-yee. 

4 Re-jna na-cse wv-ho-ne-ta 
Wv-wv-ra-ke-u-hne-yae-kae : 
Ke-rcvhce-wv-wv-he-tan-ye, 
Ho-wv re-ke-ro-hati-we-kae. 



HYMNS. OT 



HYMN 6. -S, M 

'/* LET U8 unite and shig 

k' J}) Jesus holy navw: 

_ ' _ Zjct all who diccU %uxm the eartJh 
£UaU his nuitc/uess fanhc. 

i 2 Ihy potter alone can mre 
Tfie fallen human rare; 
And y; by hmns;faith^ nuiy a^avt 
Has sovereign, boundless grace, 

3 O blf.'ssed Ji^is, ilhOH 

' My only Sarhmr oji: 

JVo othxr can mehfamur slicntj 
Or ktsting good unjxirt. 

4 Viou, gracious God, alrnun 

Canst jniri/y our Iwartx; 
On m that lutppimss h^tow^ 
Jliot thy kitid hoe imparts. 



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YAWM 7. W. O. 

WV-KXN-TA meii-ta-wae ko-o, 
Ha-ya-jkim-yuB-a-raB; 
Wv-re-ke-ro-hffi-liiie-yae-kae, 
De-kra-fxg-ie-hii'ya:-k8B. 

^ De-yig-re ce-wvHin-tan-yc, 

lla-wae-Fii-jta-ua-lia, 

Wv-re-kr-Ui-fag'-d3-na ha, 

Heg-ke-ru-fae-ka-rae. 

:\ E-ha-ha-iDV-fiyae ta-ku-ra, 
Wv-tu-fag-aMia-ha; 
Heg-ke-ni-jtan-dae-he-ka-rse; 
Cie-kai hrg-kia-un-rse. 

4 lla-yan ta po-jkiin-yaB-ta-ha, 
llrtr-k(*-ii-jkun-yaMo: 
Ivlia-k('-ta jii |)i*-luvlicc, 
( )-ri*-kc-\Vir-li(e-li). 



VA-Wi: S- Skjii. Tkjii. 

vS\S ni\:-krr-jii\i; a^- 
II li I -Ui ha-va-skLL*-ta, 



J^lvSXS ni\ . krr-jiixi; a^-na-ha, 



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HYMNS. 



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HYMN 7. 



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MY GihI^ h r»r fchsc naj nfi^ 
In sLrpy to Ink' nnj rrst^ 

And jnmsii titer, — nrr l)lrssd. 

2 JVoir^ for tlw sah of thj drarSttn, 

JiiHt at the d Asr of da if, 
Jlie sins tlutl 'gainst tlur Ihacc dmr, 
In nwraj tak ■ atraf/. 

3 Tli')aifh Htill I hii thy ninrij l}n\ 

Afmt sinfti / h(nr iMcn; 
Yet O! fir Ji}<ns sak^ffrLiir'*^ 
And nndc ntrpurc ni/hin. 

4 JVow trhilr I slrp^ frnn rrrt/ W, 

Jjord, k'tp inr sa/i\ I praf/; 
And irh/ n I wak \ O nuty I still 
Thy hijiy null fJfcy. 



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JPJSf/S tlfftn n'hodfnitst })} Hntvrn. 
ThroUiili the n'/aht. nhih' it t ft 'it iii >/ * /', 



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HVMN8. 



E-ha-ke-ha-iu-ya-keeH»k8e, 
De-CB e-ha-hen-ra-kse. 

Ka-jug-kae o-ha-wse-kre-Da, 
A-ta-ce hes^-ke-ro-kflB. 

Ce-8xs cae ju hen-ra-un-ce, 
De-kra-fxg-ce-hue-yae-kcB; 

Ha-wcB cse e-ha-me-ka-rse, 

Wv-lu-fag--8e-jkuii-3r8B-lo, 
^ta pe-ta-lia ha-un-to, 

JErya-mo de-kra-he-to, 
Tv-kii-ra wo-ra-yig-se-skae; 

E-kae wo-ha-yig-ae-lo, 
Tv-ku-ra rffi-kra-lie-na-ha, 

llae-kra-he-ha-invii-yae-to. 



YA-WiE 8. 



7'kju. 



KA-JlKl-KiE haya-hiiyse-kac, 
Yk-ho-wv e-lia-me-rie; 
Ko' e-ha-ke jkun-ya;-ta, 
llji-i\r-ska'-(a, wv-nv-liai 
Mrn-ta-\vn» inxir-krc-iixg-a, 
IvM lii'_'-k< -kia'j-ka-rit'. 



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HYMNS. 10 i 



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Didst in mercy still iratch o\r nif\ 
When myself I cmild ma hvjK 

So ulwfi notf tJw (kuni of mornins[^ 
fbeholdj [ comfw-t Jin(l] 

And because tlioH art all glm urns 
I would keep tliy prmsc in mhuL 

Ihrough iJm day do tkou nresert^ mr. 

Safe from sins dcceitfid trays; 
What is good, may I be doing; 

And thy name forever pwse. 
Whatsever tfwii desfjiscsf, 

May Icv3r tlu^ despise; 
What tJuM brest, be it also 

Akcays locely in mine eyes, 

HYMN 8. Ts. 

NOW I lay me down to sleep, 
Me, O Ijoid, in safety keep; 

Should I die before I trnkc, 
Hum, my sotd to Itcaven take. 






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