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LESSON VI. What Man is he, that lufteth to live; and would fain fee good Days?
Keep thy Tongue from Evil; and tlíy Lips that they speak no Guile.
The Eyes of the Lord are over goud Men and he doth hear them when they pray.
The Lord doth save the Souls .of his Servants; and all they that put their Trust in him, fhall not want Help.
TAIL E II. Words accented on the first Syllable ; tbe Spelling
and Pronunciation being different. L-fo brew-er
clean-ly al-way brew-house care-ful clear-ly am-ple brew-is
care-less closet an"cle brick-kiln cen-fure co" bler
bride-groom clial-dron colour ap-ple bride-maid cha" pel column Ba"lance brief-ly char-coal comet bare-foot bright-ness cheap-en com-rade beast-ly bri'stle cheap-ness con-jure bel-fry brit-tle checle-cake copy bel-low bro"ther cherish cover bird-lime buc-kie chil-blain coun-fel bishop buck-ram chill-hood count-er blc mith build-er. cholic coun-ty bloo"dy bu"ry
cho-us blu"[ter bu" thel chri'iten
cou'rage bon-fire bu"shy
credit bound-less bu"stle Gi-stern crevice Ca-ble ciley
crew-et. breath-less ca"mel
crusty ear-wig fla-vor
flax-en ghost-ly cup-board eight-fold flo“rid
eighth-ly fol-low gin"gle Dai-ly
eigh-ty fon-dle giv-en dai-fy ei-ther foot-pace
giv-er da"mage en-trails
foot-pad gli"sten da"mask e'ver foot-itep gloo-my daugh-ter cye-brow fo"reign good-nefs dead-ly eye-light fore-thought gospel deaf-en eye-fore for-tress go"vern dear-ly Fair-ly found-er grace-less debt-or
four-score grandeur delvil faithful fourth-ly grand-son dex-trous fahmin
gra"vel dim-ple fa'mih frec-kle dir-ty fa-ther freck-led
great-nefs di" tance fatiom
freck-ly griev-ous di"stant
free-hold grist-ly doc-tress
fa-tour free gro"gram double
free-tone doubt-ful fault tiend-lets grum-ble down-right faul-ly
friend-ly dozen fear-iets frighten guinea drag-gle feather frigri-ful
Hla"bit dri" ven fea-t ire
frylic haf-lock drow-fy fe'fter
hivock du"íky fid- le
haut-boy du"ity fierce-ly fitful helth-ful Ea-gle
fifth-!v fix ftrare lieai-thy ea-glet fi'gus :
cin-ful heart-eu earl-dom
heart-less earth-ly fian-beagathur
hear-cV ear-thy fia"iket
hea"vy lea" ther mourn-ful pis-mire heed-lefs level muscle pit-chy heir-ess light-er mu"lket pla"net high-ly li" mit mu"llin plan-tain high-way liquid mu"stard
mu"ster plea"sure hi"ther lu-cre mu"sty poi-son hoa-ry lu"stre Name-less po'sture ho"mage honest Ma"dam
naugh-ty preach-er hoft-ers
na"lice neigh-bour produce hum-ble
nei-ther product hun-dredth man-hood never profer
ma" ster noi-ty pro-gress hun"gry ma"stiff
promise hu-íky match-less no"thing prospect I'mage
mea-fure no'vel pro" per in-light mea-zles Oat-meal psalm-ist Jaun-dice melon
Pad-lock psal-ter jew-el merit
pam-phlet pu”nish jour-nal method
Quick-en juice-less min"gle
quick-ly jui-cy mif-chief pasty
Ram-ble Kind-ness mistress pea-cock ra"pid kna-vith misty pea-hen rat-tle knight-hood modern
ra" vel knock-er modest peer-lefs read-er know-ledge monarch penance rebel knuc-kle mon-strous peo-ple Lan"guage mo“ther pe"fter
relih lan" guid
mouth-ful phren-zy reft-lefs lau-rel mount-ain pi-ous rheu-Larb
ri-fle smug-gle talent vir-tue
tat-tle Waist-coat rifen fouth-ern ta" vern wal-nut river span"gle tempt-er wa-ter rivet speak-er tenant weal-thy rock-et fpec-kle tex-ture wta-ry ro-guish spi”got
thatch-er wea-ver roll-er spi"nage
thick-en wed-lock ro-fin spirit thiev-ish weigh-ty rough-ly spit-tle
whee-dle ruf-fle spright-ly thorough wheel-er Sal-mon star-tle threat-en where-fore sam-ple sta"tute
thredi-dle whirl-pool sau-cer stea"dy throw-fter whirl-wind fau-cy stee-ple
tic-kle whic-low sau"fage fti-fle
tick-lin wick ed saw-yer stock-inys ti-ger willow schoʻlar straight-en ti-grefs
woman fcif-fors straight-ly tinker won-drous fcrib-ble straight-way tip-ple woody fcuf-fle stream-er trai-tor
wool-len seam-less strength-en tre-ty
workman sea-son fuc-kle treble
WO1' vood sha"dow sup-ple tres-pars
wor-ited fhal-low sure-ly
wran.-gle how-er sure-ty trooper wrap-persic-kle swar-thy trou'ble wrestle fick-nefs sweaty twink-ling * ift-band fim-ple sweep-er
Tamme fi"new sweet-ness
Youch-ful fin"gle Ta-ble ver-juice Zeal-ot skew-er tay-lor village zeal-ous
More etsy Lessons on the foregoing Tables, confifting
of Words not exceeding two Syllables.
Praise fhall ever be in my Mouth.
O praise the Lord with me: And let us bless his Name always.
I fought the Lord, and he heard me : Yea, he saved me out of all
LESSON II. The Angel of the Lord standeth round them that fear hin, and saveth them.
The Lord doth order a good Man's going, and maketh his Way pleasant to him.
Though he fall, he shall not be cast off ; for the Lord keepeth him.
The Lord is nigh unto them that are of a contrite Heart: And will save such as be of an humble Spirit.
LES SON III. Thy Mercy, O Lord, reacheth unto the Heavens, and ty Truth unto ti. Clouds.
Thou, Lord, shall save both Mai and Beast.
How great is thy Mercy, O God, and the Children of Mer shall put their rult under the Shadow of thy Wings.
For with thee is the well of Life: And in thy Light shall we fee Light,