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WORDS OF TWO SYLLABLES. 68 169 170 171 172 173 in-come in-sist ken-nel l lan-tern lob-by man-ner in-duce in-stinct ker-chief lat-ter lo-cust in-dulge in struct kin-dle | lat-tice lof-ty in-fant in-sult king-dom les-son Lon-don mar-ket in-flict : in-trude lad-der let-ter lau-rel in-form Ja-pan la-dle | let-tuce ma-dam mer-cy in-fringe jin-gle | la-dy li-ar
WORDS OF TWO SILLIBLES. 80 | 81 | 82 | 83 | 84 1 85 ram-ble re-dress re-ject re-pair re-sign re-ward raf-ter r e-fer re-joice l'e-pay re-sist . rub-bish ran-dom | re-fine re-late re-pent re-sort rud-der ra-pid re-fit re-lent re-pine re-spect ru-ler rat-tle re-flect re-ly re-ply re-sound ru-ral re-buke | re-form puke re-form | re-main
| re-store Sab-bath
FIFTEENTH READING LESSON. A ram-ble in the fields and woods is ve-ry nice; but do not go at ran-dom, or you may lose your way. Such a walk as this is ru-ral. The woods re-sound with the songs of birds. When we re-pair to the woods we re-fresh our-selves. We should re-flect on the good-ness of God who made all things. We may re-ly on Him in time of need, if we re-sign our-selves to His will. Do not love re-venge, but for-give and for-get wrongs. The Sab-bath is a ho-ly day, a day of re-pose, and should be kept sa-cred. Re-joice on the Sab-bath-day, hear the Gos-pel, and re-flect up-on it; but do not re-sort to bad pla-ces, or you will soon be of e-vil re-pute. Re-gard the Sab-bath, and re-buke those who do ill.
But, little child, be always mild.
86 87 88 89 90 91 sa-tin ser-vant sin-ner suc-Oess sup-ply | tar-get sa-vage ser-vice sis-ter Suid-den sup-pose tar-nish Sax-on ser-vile so-ber suf-fer sur-face tat-ter se-cond se-ven so-lace suf-fice sur-plice tem-per se-cret sex-ton so-lemn su-garsus-pect tem-pest se-cure si-lence so-lid sul-len table tem-ple sel-dom sil-ver sor-ry sum-mer ta-lent ten-der sen-tence sim-per sub-due sun-der | tam-per ter-ror ser-mon
sin-cere sub-mit | sup-per tan-ner till-age ser-pent | sin-gle | sub-sist | sup-plant| ta-per l tim-ber
SIXTEENTH READING LESSON. When you hear a ser-mon on the Sab-bath re-gard what is said. There are se-ven days in the week. The church is a so-lemn place. Sub-due e-vil thoughts when at church or cha-pel. Do not make fun of the sex-ton; he is an old man. Be kind to him, for he has laid ma-ny in their graves, and is fast go-ing to the grave him-self. Do not rat-tle in the church and make a noise, nor sim-per and be sil-ly. But keep si-lence that all may hear. If you do not sub-mit to this rule, all will re-prove you, and you will feel re-morse. Love your sis-ter; take care of her, and be a so-lace to her. Take care to walk in the sum-mer, and do not climb a-bout and tear your clothes in tat-ters.