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afraid of the power? do facia ch' i bene, tu hathat which is good, and veraì laude da effa. Perthou shalt have praise of cioche il Magijirato è mithe same : for he is the nistro di Dio per te el bene: minister of God to thee Ma se tu fai male, teme; for good. But if thou percioche egli non porta indo that which is evil, be darno la spada; conciofia afraid ; for he beareth cofa ch' egli fia ministro di not the sword in vain: Dio, vendicator in ira for he is the minister of contr' a colui che fa ciò ch' God, a revenger to ex è male. Perció conviene ecute wrath upon him di necessità esergli fogetto, that doth evil. Where- non fol per l' ira ma anchofore ye must needs be ra per la conscienza. subject, not only for wrath, but also for conscience fake.

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ers only, deceiving your tori, ingannando voi fteffi: own selves. For it any be percioche se alcuno è uditor a hearer of the word and della parola, e non facitore, 'not a doer, he is like egli è fimile ad un huomo unto a man beholding his che considera la sua natia natural face in a glass. faccia in uno specchio. ImFor he beholdeth him- peroche dopo ch'egli so i self, and goeth his way, mirato; egli fene va, and straitway forgetteth Jubito ha dimenticato quale what manner of man he egli foffe. Ma chi havrà

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was. But whoso looketh riguardato bené adentro into the perfect law of nella legge perfetta. cha liberty, and continueth la legge della libertà, e fard therein, he being not a perfeuerato; eso non essen. forgetful hearer, but a do uditor dimentichevoll, doer of the work, this nia facitor dell opera, sarà man shall be blessed in his beato nel suo operare. Se deed. If any man among alcuno pare eller religiosa you seem to be religious, fra voi, e non tiene a freno and bridle not his tongue, la sua lingua, anzi sodducer but deceiveth his own il cuor suo, la religion del heart, this man's religion tale è vana: la religioni is vain. Pure religion and pura ed imaculata appe Idundefiled before God dio il Padre è questa, Visiand the Father, is this; tar gli orfani, e le vedove to visit the fatherless and nelle loro afflizioni, e cons widows in their affliction, fervarsi puro dal mondo, and to keep himself unfpotted from the world.

COMPOSITION XXI.

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Leffed is the man E ATO l'huomo, che

that hath not walk non è caminato nel ed in the counsel of the consiglio degli enipi, e non ungodly, nor stood in s'e fermiato nella via de peithe way of sinners : and catori, e non è feluto nella hath not fat in the seat of sedia degli

. fiberuitori. the scornfull.

But his delight is in Anzi il cui diletto è nella the law of the Lord: legge del Signore, e medita and in his law will he ex- in efa giorno e notte. ercise himself day and night.

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Hesthall be like a tree Egli farà come un albero planted by the water- piantato prelo à ruscelli fide : that will bring forth d'acque, il qual rende il his fruit in due season. suo frutto nella sua stagione.

His leaf also shall not E le cui frondi non apwither : and look what- paljano: e tutto quello ch' foever he doth, it shall egli farà prospererà. profper.

As for the ungodly it Cosi non saranno già gli is not so with them : but empi : anzi saranno come they are like the chaff pula sospinta dal vento. which the wind scattereth away.

Therefore the ungod Per cio gli empi non iftaly shall not be able to ranno ritti nel giudicio, ne, Stand in the judgment : i peccatori nella raunanza neither the finners in the de' giusti. congregation of the righteous.

But the Lord knoweth Percioche il Signore conthe way of the righteous: osce la via de' giufti : ma and the way of the un- la via degli empi perirà. godly shall perish.

Note, The Learner may furnish himself with more

English Lessons from the Psalms, or other Part of the Book of Common-Prayer, Teftament, or other good Author, and correct them by the fame in Italian.

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To the LEARNER.

In making the foregoing Compositions, or other Lessons that may be given, it will frequently occur that some Words in the Italian, by an allegorical or different Expression or Turn, give more Elegance and Grace to the Language, I shall therefore here set down for the Learner's Improvement, certain Verbs and Prepofitions that have various Significations and require his attention.

ANDARE, to go, &c.

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Andare dietro, to follow, to press, to folicit

a Person. Andar' in amore, to be in love. Andare via, to go away. Andar' in eftafi, to be raised, or in extasy. Andar malé, to perish. Andar' in collera, to be angry, to put oneself in a

passion. Andar" a donne, to vifit the Ladies. Andar' in cerca, to search up and down. Andar' a cercar rogna, to seek trouble. Andar' a gala, to float, or swim on the Water, Andar' in buon ora, to go in peace, Andar' in mal ora, to be ruined. Andar per le peste, to be beaten. Andar' alla longa, to be tedious.

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Andar' 'alle corte, to make hafte.
Andar di corpo, to go slow.
Andar' attorno, to run up and down.
Andar' altero, to be proud.
Andar dietro ad una cosa, to stand triAing with any

thing. Andar per la mente, to come into one's mind. Andar di mal in peggio, out of the Frying pan into

the fire. Andar mal in arnese, to be ill dressed. Andar' a gambe levate, to lose, or squander away his

estat. Andur' a cavallo, to ride a Horseback. Andar per viole, to speak impertinently. Andare in beftia, to be in a paflion. Andare groso, to look big. Andar' ad hofte, to be a Soldier. Andar' alla bufca, to go a plundering. Andar in cimbalis, to be transported with joy. Anlar in succhio to have one's Mouth water. Andar vuota, to miss one's aim. Andar per filo, to be forced to do a thing. Andar in sincopi, to fall in a swoon. Andar in piccardia, to go and be hanged. Andar sopra le parole, to trust to fair words. Andar per il mondo, to travel. Andar spanto, to be dressed extravagantly. Andarlene preso alle grida, to believe every idle Report A kongo andare, at long run..

DAR E, to give, &C.

Dar d'occhio, to cast one's Eyes on.
Dure ad:10/]o ad uno, to throw one'sfelt upon a Person.
Darfi a gamte, to run away.

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