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DESCRIPTION OF OBJECTS.
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LESSONS IN PROSE.
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HIGH AND CHEERFUL. How Cheerful along the gay mead
Ode on St. Cecilia's Day
Quarrel of Brutus and Cassius
The Trial of the Macedonian Princes.
The Banishment of Catiline.
Or-tho-graphy cor-rectly guides my mind to proper 2:2
But if the sound you do not rightly know,
Nine sorts of words, I purpose here to teach,
• De, means out-Finis, the end.
7 But A, or An, Indefinite* appear: We say A Man, À Horse, An Hour, An Ear, And if through all examples I had run, 'Tis undefined, for A means any one.
* In, means not-De Finis.
8 From these examples of an Hour, an Ear, An with mute h-or Vowels must appear; But when no articles with nouns we find, All are compris’d, for man means all mankind. NOUN* OR SUBSTANTIVE. (* Nomen, a name.)
9 A Noun, means name, of things, as house, man, ball, We Common some, and others Proper call : The GENDER, for distinction mark with care, Are Male, or Female, though some Neuter are.
10 Some Proper names, as Angel, Sun, or Time, By common figure we like males decline; But Moon, Church, Ships, and Virtues, as they were Of Women's race, the female gender bear
11 One, is the number Singular,* for Nouns; The Plural t number, all beyond abounds: The Case of Nouns, implies the way they fall, Some teach but one, but I find three in all. * Singu.us, one by one.
+ Pius, more.
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