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THIRTEENTH READING LESSON. Let me in-duce you to be good. Do not in-dulge in fol-ly Be al-ways joy-ful, but do not in-trude. Lad-ders are use-fi to get to high parts. You should not be a li-ar: that is dread-fit But you should love truth al-ways. Do not lose a mi-nute ( time: it can-not be brought back. Lon-don is a large ci-tythe lar-gest in the king-dom. Look at the land-scape-see th hills and dales, the sheep and cows, the trees and shrubs—the are love-ly. Love your kin-dred; that is, all man-kind. In-sul no one. Do not in-flict pain up-on a-ny one. Love jus-tic and mer-cy. A-void ma-lice. Lis-ten to those who wish to in-struct you. Learn your les-son glad-ly. Show a kind man-ner. When you learn to write, you shall send a let-ter.
In truth be strong, nor love the wrong.
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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.