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Accession anapest Appendix Austria Bishops Boston called cent Chambers Chancellor Charles Charles the Bold CHRONOLOGY Colonies comma common Compound Conquest consonant Constitution Court Cromwell crown daughter Death decimal declension defeated denominator denotes Dionysius the Younger divided dividend division divisor Duke E. R. vol Earl Elizabeth Emperor England English equation Execution fraction France Frederic French gains the battle Germany Give the rule grandson Greece Greek Henry History House hundredths James Jane Seymour John king Lady language Latin leap-year Long Parliament Lord Louis Louis XIV Macaulay Maria Theresa married Mary minister Ministry Missouri Compromise Monomial multiply Murder N. A. R. vol Parliament Peace period Philip plural Pope President prime Prince punctuation quantity Queen quotient reign Roman Rome Russia Scipio Scotland Scott's sing sovereign Spain syllable takes Thomas tion Treaty trochee verb victorious vowel vulgar fraction William William of Orange words
Page 116 - American counterparts of the War of the League of Augsburg, the War of the Spanish Succession, the War of the Austrian Succession, and the Seven Years
Page 101 - Monosyllables and words accented on the last syllable, ending in a single consonant preceded by a single vowel, double the final consonant before a suffix beginning with a vowel; as, begin, beginning; run, running; put, putting; shop, shopping; prefer, preferred.
Page 103 - Word* in ending in y preceded by a consonant, change y into i before an additional letter or syllable ; as, spy, spies ; happy, happier, happiest ; carry, carrier, carried ; fancy, fanciful.
Page 93 - Mixed sandhi has two divisions, viz. when a word ending in a vowel is followed by a word beginning with a consonant, and when a word ending in a consonant is followed by a word beginning with a vowel.
Page 19 - Theos. - 518. P. Corn. Lentulus Caudinus ; Licinius Varus. Revolt of Corsica and Sardinia. - 519. C. Attilius Balbus 2; T. Manlius Torquatus. The temple of Janus shut for the first time since the reign of Numa about 440 years. An universal peace at Rome. ' 520. L. Postumius Albinus ; Sp. Carvilius Maximus.
Page 86 - Multiply as in whole numbers, and point off in the product as many decimal places as there are in both factors.
Page 145 - President must be a natural born citizen, at least thirty-five years old, and he must have been a resident within the United States for fourteen years. The President is commander-in-chief of the army and navy...
Page 146 - Constitution may be made if ratified by three fourths of the legislatures of the several States or by conventions in three fourths of the States ; certain previous acts on the part of Congress having been performed.
Page 145 - States, for the Secretaries of State, of the Treasury, of War, of the Navy, of the Interior...
Page 141 - Judges hold during good behavior, and are removable by impeachment. The Sovereign is the Head of the Church. The Archbishop of Canterbury is Primate of all England and Metropolitan. The Archbishop of York is Primate of England. There are twenty-six Bishops, each presiding over his own Diocese. Each of the twenty-eight Dioceses has its Dean and Chapter, who are the council of the Bishop. Archdeacons, of whom there may be several in a Diocese, visit the clergy. Next come the Rural Deans, Parsons or...