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In the first lesson is inserted every consonant belonging to each word, with the point for every vowel; which practice, as was before observed, the learner must pursue, till be be very ready in both writing and reading all his exercises. The first ten words in this leffon have their characters formed separately from each other.

In the second leffon no inore letters in a word are inserted than are absolutely necessary, to discover the found. The single consonant marks are also used for the words, prepositions, and terminations they represent; and the characters for the double and treble letters.

The third lesson is written upon the most finished prin. ciples of this art. Above all the advantages which it pos. sesses, in common with the second lesson, it has, moreover, all the abbreviations delivered in the foregoing rules. And which rules the writer should have very perfectly in his memory.

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LESSON I. (See the Plate.)

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47 to
48 fignify
49 a sheepish,
50 awkward
51 fellow,

27 To

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29 fuch

7 been

52 who 53 has

31 is

i I know 24 Modesty
2 no
3 two

26 Assurance. 4 words

28 say, 6 have

30 a one & more 9 abused

32 a modest

33 man, II the

34 sometimes 12 different

35 indeed

36 pafles 14 wrong 15 interpretations 36 a good 16 which

39 character; 17 are

10 by

13 and

37 for

54 neither
55 good
56 breeding,
57 politeaefs,
58 nor
59 any
60 kuowledge
61 of
62 the
63 world.
64 Again,
6; a man
66 of
67 assurance,
68 though,
69 at

18 put 19 upon

40 but 41 at

42 present

20 them,

43 is

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108 a tyrant

155 that

61 when 62 the 63 eyes 64 of 65 multitudes 66 are 67 upon 68 him. 69 I do not jo remember 71 to 72 have 73 met 74 with 75 any 36 instance 77 of 78 modely 79 with So which 81 I am 82 fo 83 well 84 pleased 85 as 85 that 87 celebrated

109 and 110 opprellor It of 112 his 113 fubjects. 114 The prince 115 went 116 to 117 Rome 118 to 119 defend 120 his 121 father; 122 but 123 coming 124 into 125 she fenate, 326 and 127 hearing 128 a multitude 129 of 130 crimes 131 proved 132 upon 133 him, 134 was

156 the fathers 157 were 158 more 159 moved 160 at 161 this 162 instance 16; of 164 modesty 165 and 166 ingenuity, 207 than 168 they ihy could 170 have 171 been 772 by 173 the most 174 pathetic 175 oration; 176 and, 177 in 178 short, 179 pardoned So the guilty 18. father 182 for 183 this 184 early 185 promise 186 of 187 virtue 188 in 189 the son. 190 I take 191 assurance

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98 the Romans, , 145 that

99 had

192 to 193 be

195 of

100 feveral 101 complaints 102 laid 103 against 104

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146 he 147 was 148 unable 149 to Iso utter 151 a word. 152 The story "53 tells 154 us,

294 the faculty 2y6 poffeffing 197 a man's 198 felf, 199 or 200 of 201 saying

105 before

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260 are 261 at 262 any

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259 actions 232 itself 233 10 234 do 235 nothing 263 time 236 against 264 mifuterpreted, 237 the rules

265 retires 238 of

266 within 239 honour

267 himielt, 240 and

258 and, 241 decency.

269 from
242 An open 270 a consciousness
243 and

:271 of
244 assured
245 behaviour

272 his

273 ová
246 is
247 che natural

274 integrity;

275 allumes
246 consequence 276 force

277 enough
250
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278 to
251 a resolution.

279 despise 252 A man 280 the little

281 censures, 254 armed,

282 of

283 ignorance 256 his

284 and 257 words

285 malice,

217 a man 218 assurance 2 19 is 220 a moderate 221 knowledge 222 of 223 the world,

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253 this

226 all,
227 a mind
228 fixed

255 if

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30 It is
31 more
32 than probable,

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79 and blended 33 that the prince 34 above mentioned 35 poffefred both 36 these qualifications in

83 what 37 a very:

84 we endeavour 38 eminent

8; to express 59 degree

86 when 40 Without aturance

87 we say

$8 a modest assurance : 42 would never

89 by which 43 have undertaken

yo we understand 44 to speak

91 the just mean 45 before the most

92 between 46 anguft 47 allembly

2,93 bashfulness & impudence..

94 I fhall conclude 48 in the world,

95 with observing, 49 without modefty

96 that

99 as the same 51 would bave

93 man 52 pleaded

99 may be 53 the cause

100 both modeft and affured, 54 he

101 so it is also 55 had taken

102 poffible 56 upon him,

103 for the same 57 though it had

104 person 58 appeared

105 to be 59 ever

106 both impudent and bathto lo scandalous.

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107 We have 62 has been 63 faid,

109 instances 64 it is

110 of this 65 plain,

Ill odd 65 that modesty and assurance 112 kind 67 are

113 of mixture 6S both

114 in people of 69 anılable,

115 depraved 70 and may

116 minds 71 very well

117 and mean 72 meet

118 education ; 73 in the fanie

119 who, 74 person.

126 though they

121 are not able 6 they are

122 to meet

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