The New Instructor: Being the Second Part of the American Spelling-book : Designed for the Use of Our Common Schools : and as an Easy Introduction to the Art of Spelling and Reading the English Language with Propriety ...
Daniel Lawrence, 1803 - Spellers - 238 pages
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Page 65 - they came to the bottom of the den. Then king Darius wrote unto all people, nations, and languages, that dwell in all the earth ; peace be multiplied unto you; I make a decree, that in every dominion of my kingdom, men tremble and fear before the God of Daniel; for he is the living God, and
Page 61 - and bring down my father hither. And he fell upon his brother Benjamin's neck, and wept; and Benjamin wept upon his neck. Moreover, he kiffed all his brethren, and wept upon them; and after that his brethren talked with him.
Page 50 - of his old age ; and he made him a coat of many colors. And when his brethren faw that their father loved him more than all his brethren, they hated him, and could not fpeak peaceably unto him.
Page 65 - people, nations, and languages, that dwell in all the earth ; peace be multiplied unto you; I make a decree, that in every dominion of my kingdom, men tremble and fear before the God of Daniel; for he is the living God, and
Page 63 - went into his houfe, and kneeled upon his knees three times a day, and prayed, and gave thanks before his God, as he did aforetime. Then the
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Page 230 - homely cottage fought; And thus explor'd his reach of thought ;— Whence is thy learning ? Hath thy toil O'er books confum'd the midnight oil ? Haft thou old Greece and Rome furvey'd, And the vaft fenfe of Plato weigh'd ? Hath Socrates thy foul refin'd And haft thou fathom'd Tully's mind ? Or, like the wife Ulyfles, thrown By various fates
Page 65 - his angel, and hath fhut the lions' mouths, that they have not hurt me : forafmuch as before him innocency was found in me ; and alfo before thee, O king, have I done no hurt. Then was the king exceeding glad for him, and commanded that they