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.. .TABLE VIII.

Words of Two Syllables, accented on the Second. a base a part be night con temn al lor, ap proach be queath con vey:: a bide ap prove - be set cor rect i. a bout a rise be sidecor rupt a broad as cend be speak cre ates ab rupt' as pire * be wail de bar; ab surd a stray ca nal de ceit '. ac cept a tone c a rouse. de ceiye? ac quire at tack; col lect de cide ad dict at tempt com mend de clare ad dress attiren com plain de coy ad journ a vail. com plaint de cease ad mit-- * a venge com pound de duce a dore void coin pel de duct a dorn a wait com ply. de fect -. We ad vance a wake com pose de fenda; a far away: com pute de fence af fair be cause". con ceit ---. de fer af firm ' be came' con cert de fy .;: af fright: be fore con duct de fine å gainst be friend "con fine de forma a laïm" be gino con found de fraud a like: be have con front de grade al lude be head con fuse "de light a lone :: be hold con jure de note a maze be lief* con straint de part a mend. be lieve con sume de pose a midst be long : con tempt de press : a mong be love', con tend - de pute a muise be neath. con tent. de rive

.: Words of Two Syllables-continued. de scribe dis trust e vade. im merge de sire dis tracte vent im merse de spite dis turb e vince, 'im pair de spond dis use ex alt i m pale de stroy di vert' ex cel i m pend de tect di vine ex cite im plant... de test ef fect ex claim im press de vise , e lope e x cuse im print di rectem balm ex emptim prove dis arm

em bark ex ert in cite dis band em broilex ist in crease dis burse e mit e x pand in cur dis card en camp ex panse in dent dis claim en chant ex pend in dulge dis course en close ex plode in fect dis joint en croach. ex pose in fest dis like en dear ex tend- in firin dis lodge en dorse ex tort in flame dis may en dure ex tract in flict dis miss en force fore seen in fuse dis own en gage fore show in grate dis pel en joy for sworn in ject dis place en large ful fi? * in scribe * dis play * en rage gal lant in thral ? dis pose en rich g a zette in stil ? dis praise en rol hence forth in struct dis prove en slave here by in sure dis robe en sue* here in in tense ! dis sent en throne here of in trigue , dis taste en tice him self in trude : dis tinct en tire i m brue in trust dis tort ben treat im burse in verse

Words of Two Syllables-continued.

in vert pre vail re mit sur veya in vite pre scribere pair sur vive mis deed' pre serve re pass sus pense mis give - pre tendre plete tra duce mis lead pro ject re pose trans act mis name pro mote le press trans cend mis place pro nounce re prieve trans cribe mis print pro pose' re print trans form mis rule pro pound re pulse trans gress mis take pro rogue" reprovetrans late ; mis trust. pro tect re straint trans plant mo lest pro test re sume trans port mo rose pur loin re tract trans pose neg lect pur suit re vere tre pan . ob struct re bate revolve un apt

ob tain re buke re ward un bar ... - oc cur r e cant; se dan un bend

of fence : re cite- se duce un bindd o mit le clinese lectun bolt! op press re course sub ject un close par take re duce sub join un fair per form re fer sub lime un fit per mit, re fit sub mit un fold per tain re gain - sub orn un heard per verse re joice sub tract un hurt per vert re late su pine un kind po lite re laxy-sup pose un like por tend le lyn su preme un ripe pre dict re mark sur mount un safe pre parere mindsur pass un true

LESSON 10 ;

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1. Woman
2. Ap point edr, onde

4. Ac count
Af ter :

i Him selfs .. Judy ment;

5. Un god lyn 3. Ap pear

6. Pre pare ? * 1. Are not my days few ? Man, that is born of a woman, hath but a short time to live.

2. It is appointed unto men once to die, and after that the judgment.

3. For we must all appear before the judgment seat of Christ.

4. So then every one of us shall account of himself to God. **

5. The ungodly shall not stand in the judgment. 6. Prepare to meet thy God.is

LESSON 2.
1. Sa ved

Gos pel
2. Be lieve
Je sus

i proto 6. Mer ci ful
3. Your selves

. Sin ner
4. Re pent
1. What shall I do to be saved ?

2. Believe on the Lord Jesus Christ, and thou shalt be saved."

3. By grace ye are saved, through faith; and that not of yourselves, it is the gift of

5. Per ish

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