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Fine, pine, wine, fin, pin, win.
Cube, rube, tube, cub, rub, tub.
dat. Please to give me a drink. Please to let me go out. Where is my whip? W!sre is my horse?
Here is your horse, you may ride him to town, To buy you a book, and your sis-ter a gown.
Head, hair, skin, skull, - brow, face, eye, ear, cheek, nose, mouth, lip, tongue, tooth, teeth, gums, jaws, chin, neck, throat, breast, heart, shoul-der, arm, el-bow, wrist, hand, fin-ger, thumb, knee, leg, an-kle, foot, toe.
A good-boy and a good girl will get good things. All the boys will love them, and God will bless them. Good boys mind their books.
Li-on, leo-pard, ti-ger. ca-mel, bul-lock, po-ny, mon-key, rab-bit, squir-rel. Bear, ox, calf, horse, swine, pig, mouse, rat, sheep, ram, goat, geer, lamb, fox, hare, e-le-phant.
As the mind of a child is like soft wax, which will take the least stainp you put on in it, so let it be your care, who teach, to make the stamp good, that the wax be not hurt. Teach him to love God, and to obey his pa-rents.
Chapter IV. Fourth.
1. A good boy will do as he is bid : he will mind his book and try to learn.' Who is a good boy? Charles is a good boy; and so is George.
2. If you are a good boy like Charles, and try to learn, you shall have a top. And you may spin your top. Bad boys shall have no tops.
3. If you are good all the boys will love you and play with you; but if you are not good, the boys will not love you.
4. Here is a nut. Crack this nut for Charles. If you will be good, you shall have nuts to crack. Do you like nuts? Yes sir. Nuts are very good.
5. Here is a plumb for you. Who will have this plumb? Charles shall have it, for he sits still and makes no noise. Charles is a good boy.
6. Did you see that boy run ? he lost his hat: pick up his hat. Give the poor boy his hat. Ilere boy ! take your hat.
7. The child fell down and hurt his arm. Poor child, do not cry, do not cry; you shall have some cake. Give the child some cake.
8. Ea-gle, hawk, owl, crow, crane, dove, pi-geon, hen, chick-en, gan-der, goose, gos-lin, tur-key, pea-cock, phea-sant, black-bird, par-rot, spår-row, ro-bin, swal-low, gold-finch, mag-pie,
Chapter V. Fifth 1. Charles is now four years old: he goes to school and learns to read. Charles is a good boy. Who is a good girl? Ann is a good girl.
2. Ann goes to school and learns to read. Good girls mind their book. Good girls and good boys shall have good things.
3. Charles shall have a kite; and he may fly his kite. Ann shall have a doll; and she may dress her-doll. Charles and Ann may go in the yard and play.
4. Frank is a good boy: he loves his school and learns to read. He can spell hard words and is head of his class. Frank shall have a new hat, and new shoes, and go to the fair.
5. Who will go to the fair and buy fine things? All good girls and good boys, who do as they are bid, shall go to the fair and buy fine things.
6. Jane is a good girl: she does as she is bid: her face and hands are clean, and she goes to school. Jane shall have a new frock, and a new fan, and red shoes.
7. Frank and Jane, shall have a coach; and they shall ride in a coach. Ann, and Jane, and Frank, and Charles, shall have nuts, and cakes, and pyes, and all good things.
Chapter VI. Sixth.
1. The sun is up: get out of bed: come down stairs : wash your face : comb your hair: eat your breakfast: puss wants her breakfast : poor puss : she cries : she is hungry: give her some breakfast.
2. Now take your book. Learn your task, learn it well. Mind the stops, when you read : speak your words plain. Do not tear your book; nor make dog's ears in it. Naughty boys tear books.
3. A cat will scratch : a dog will bark: a hog will squeal: a mouse will squeak: a worm will crawl: : an ant will run: a flea will hop: a frog will jump: a bird will fly.
4. Horses haul wood. Cows give milk. Calves make veal. Ships go to sea.. Men build ships. Boys learn to sing. Girls learn to dance. Spiders make webs, and bees make honey.
5. Do you like honey? O how sweet! bees get honey from flowers, and bring it home for good boys. If you learn to read well, you shall have some honey on your bread,
Break-fast hun-gry naugh-ty hors-es spi-der honey flow-er. Din-ner lit-tle pud-ding drow-sy af-ter sup-per al-ways bro-ther sis-ter. Pa-pa, mam-ma.
Chapter VII. Serenth.
1. Here is Frank; he is just come home: le has been at school like a good boy: Frank must have some dinner : here is some soup for you : take your spoon and eat. Soup will inake little boys
2. Hold your plate, here is some meat: take your knife and fork, and eat a little. Do
want a drink? Take your cup and drink some beer. Liftle boys should drink small beer.
3. Here is plumb pudding. Frank do you like pudding? Give the boy a little. Boys should not eat too much : if they eat too much they will be dull and drowsy, and will not learn
4. Now Frank, you have done your dinner, sit down here--after dinner sit a while; after supper waik a mile. Sit down and I will tell you what Charles said one day when he came from school.
5. Charles said he would love his papa and mamma: and always do as he was bid. He would love his brothers and sisters, and would play with them. He would not play with bad boys.
Cheat-ing pros-per live-ly chuck-ers mar-bles Tom-my dir-ty ug-ly pave-ment peo-ple very some-times can-not play-ing jack-stones ex-er-cisc chil-dren an-gry. Be-cause re-mem-ber.
Chapter VIII. Eighth. 1. Now boys you may go and play. You must not play with bad boys, for they will cheat. You must play fair. Cheating play will never prosper. If you cheat, good boys will not play with you.
2. Do not play too hard: you will hurt the little boys. Be brisk and lively at play ; but you must not be rude. Use no bad words when you play ; naughty boys say bad words.
3. What will you play ? Will you play hide and whoop? or blind hob, or chuckers, or ball? Or will you whip the top, or jump the rope, or shoot marbles? or what will you play?
4. Tommy says he will not play marbles; he calls it a low kind of play. He says the boys who play marbles, get into the dirt, and dirty their hands and their clothes; and you know you look ugly when you are dirty.
5. Here is a top. Can you spin your top? You should not spin your top on the foot pavement, because you will be in the way: People must walk on the foot paveinent. Go in the yard and spin your top there.
6. Can you play ball? here is a ball for you; toss it up. This is a very good ball; I bought it for a very good boy; see how it will bound. Can you catch the ball ? Come let us play.
7. Can you jump the rope ? Little girls jump the rope. Girls must play sometimes as well as boys, and they cannot always be playing jackstones, you know : so they must juinp the rope. It is good exercise for them.
8. Children, you must remember when you are at play, that God sees you all the time; he knows when you are naughty. He hears all you say; and if you say bad words he will be angry. If you are good when you play, God will love you.
Bil-ly, Bet-sey, preach-er, pa-rents, prais-es, talking, wor-ship, hea-ven, plea-sure, sab-bath, me-mory, doc-trines, bet-ter, ten-der, de-light-ful, be-low, for-get, di-vine.