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LESSON LII. 1. A boy was born in Milton, and lived there until he

was 9 years old; he then moved to Boston, and has lived in Boston 5 years.

How old is he? 2. A girl is 14 years old ; she lived in the country until

9 years old, and has since lived in Boston. How many years

has she lived in Boston ? 3. There are 9 chairs in one room, and 6 in another ; how many

chairs are there in the two rooms? 4. If there are 15 plates upon a table, and 6 of them

should be taken off, how many would remain upon

the table ? 5. If one hen has 9 chickens, and another hen has 7, how many

chickens have both hens? 6. If you have 16 young turkeys, and 7 of them should

die, how many would be left alive? 7. If there are 8 sheep in one pasture, and 9 in another,

how many sheep are there in the two pastures ? 8. If a drover have 17 fat sheep, and should sell 8 of

them, how many would he have remaining unsold ? 9. There are 9 windows on the front side of a house, and

9 on the back side ; how many windows are there

on the two sides ? 10. If there are 18 panes of glass in a window, and 9 of them should be broken by a storm, how many

would remain whole ? 11. Julia has recited 10 lessons to her Sabbath-school

teacher, and her sister Harriet has recited 9. How

many lessons have they both recited ? 12. There are 19 scholars in the first class of a Sabbath

school; ten of them are boys, and the others are

girls. How many of them are girls ? 13. A man paid 11 dollars for three hats, and 9 dollars

for two pairs of boots ; how many dollars did he

pay for the whole ? 14. A gentleman purchased 20 pounds of flour, and after

using a part of it, found that he had 11 pounds left; how many pounds had he used ?

LESSON LIII.
10 and 1 are 11 10 from 11 leaves 1
10 and 2 are 12 10 from 12 leaves 2
10 and 3 are 13 10 from 13 leaves 3
10 and 4 are 14 10 from 14 leaves 4
10 and 5 are 15 10 from 15 leaves 5
10 and 6 are 16 10 from 16 leaves 6
10 and 7 are 17 10 from 17 leaves 7
10 and 8 are 18 10 from 18 leaves 8
10 and 9 are 19 10 from 19 leaves 9
10 and 10 are 20 10 from 20 leaves 10
10 and 11 are 21 10 from 21 leaves 11
10 and 12 are 22 10 from 22 leaves 12

LESSON LIV. 1 and 10 are how many? 1 from 11 leaves how many? 2 and 10 are how many? 2 from 12 leaves how many? 3 and 10 are how many? 3 from 13 leaves how many

? 4 and 10 are how many? 4 from 14 leaves how many

? 5 and 10 are how many? 5 from 15 leaves how many ? 6 and 10 are how many? 6 from 16 leaves how many

? 7 and 10 are how many? 7 from 17 leaves how many ? 8 and 10 are how many? 8 from 18 leaves how

many

? 9 and 10 are how many? 9 from 19 leaves how

many

? 10 and 10 are how many? 10 from 20 leaves how many

? 11 and 10 are how many? 11 from 21 leaves how many

? 12 and 10 are how many? 12 from 22 leaves how many?

LESSON LV.

. EXERCISES TO BE PERFORMED ON THE SLATE. Add 10 6 10 9

11 and 5 10 10 10 12

16 17

From 15

19

21

22

LESSON LVI. 1. A little boy is 10 years old, and his sister is 4 years

older than he is; how old is his sister ? 2. Amelia is 14 years old, and her brother Marcellus

is 4 years younger; how old is Marcellus ? 3. The American gold eagle is valued at 10 dollars, the

half eagle at 5 dollars ; what is the value of both

of them? 4. Caroline has 15 credit-marks, and Jane has 10; how

many more has Caroline than Jane? 5. A lady paid 6 dollars for a cap, and 10 dollars for a

bonnet; how many dollars did she pay for both ? 6. A man gave 16 dollars for a vest and coat. The

price of the coat was 10 dollars; what was the

price of the vest ? 7. Henry paid 10 cents for a writing-book, and 7 cents

for pens; how many cents did the writing-book and

pens cost him ?

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8. Albert is 17 years old, and his sister is 10; how many

years older is Albert than his sister ? 9. Annie is 8 years old, and Emily is 10; what is the

sum of both their ages ? 10. William purchased 18 pears, and gave 10 of them to

bis sister ; how many has he left? 11. If I pay 10 cents for a pound of raisins, and 9 cents

for a pound of figs, how many cents do they cost

? 12. A farmer has 19 lambs; if he should sell 10 of them, how many

would he have left ? 13. Jane has 10 pears and 10 peaches in her fruit-basket;

how many of both kinds of fruit has she in her

basket? 14. Charles bought 20 nuts, and gave 10 of them to Ed

ward; how many had he left ? 15. There are 11 girls in the first section of a class, and

10 in the second ; how many girls are there in the

class ? 16. In a private school there are 21 scholars, and 10 of

them are boys ; how many of them are girls ?

LESSON LVII.
11 and 1 are 12 11 from 12 leaves 1
11 and 2 are 13 11 from 13 leaves 2
11 and 3 are 14 11 from 14 leaves 3
11 and 4 are 15 11 from 15 leaves 4
11 and 5 are 16 11 from 16 leaves 5
11 and 6 are 17 11 from 17 leaves 6
11 and 7 are 18 11 from 18 leaves 7
11 and 8 are 19 11 from 19 leaves 8
11 and 9 are 20 11 from 20 leaves 9
11 and 10 are 21 11 from 21 leaves 10
11 and 11 are 22 11 from 22 leaves 11
11 and 12 are 23 11 from 23 leaves 12

LESSON LVIII. 1 and 11 are how many? 1 from 12 leaves how many ? 2 and 11 are how many? 2 from 13 leaves how many ? 3 and 11 are how many? 3 from 14 leaves how many? 4 and 11 are how many? 4 from 15 leaves how many? 5 and 11 are how many? 5 from 16 leaves how many ? 6 and 11 are how many

?

6 from 17 leaves how many? 7 and 11 are how many? 7 from 18 leaves how many? 8 and 11 are how many? 8 from 19 leaves how many? 9 and 11 are how many? 9 from 20 leaves how many? 10 and 11 are how many? 10 from 21 leaves how many? 11 and 11 are how many ? 11 from 22 leaves how many? 12 and 11 are how many? 12 from 23 leaves how many?

LESSON LIX.

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LESSON LX. 1. One man gives a poor girl 11 cents, and another

gives her 4; how many cents does the poor girl

get? 2. A poor boy has 15 cents; if he should pay away 4

of them for bread, how many cents would he have

left? 3. William has 11 apples, and Henry has 4; how many

apples have both of them ? 4. A market-woman having 16 eggs, sold 11 of them ; how

many had she remaining unsold ? 5. Robert caught 11 fish, and Henry caught 6; how

many did they both catch ? 6. William is 17 years old, and Jane is 11 ; what is the

difference of their ages ? 7. A farmer sold 11 barrels of apples to one man, and 7

barrels to another; how many did he sell to both

of them? 8. William sold a knife for 18 cents, which was 7 cents

more than it cost him ; what did he pay for the

knife ? 9. Samuel sold some pears for 11 cents, and some peaches

for 8 cents; how many cents did he receive for his

pears and peaches ? 10. Henry carried 19 boxes of strawberries to market, and

sold 8 boxes of them; how many boxes has he

remaining unsold ? 11. A farmer has two fields of wheat; one contains 9

acres and the other 11 acres. How many acres

are there in the two fields ? 12. A grocer purchased 20 boxes of figs, and has sold 9

of them ; how many boxes has he remaining un

sold ? 13. Elizabeth purchased 11 yards of silk, and Jane pur

chased 10 yards ; how many yards did they both

purchase ? 14. A merchant had a piece of muslin containing 21 yards, and sold 11 yards of it to a lady; how

many yards are there left?

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