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Sal, salt; as, saline.

Teneo, I hold; as, retain, contain. Saltus, a leap; as, assault.

Terra, the earth; as, terraqueous, inter. Salvus, safe; as, salvation, salve. Testis, a witness; as, testify. Sanctus, holy; as, sanctification.

Tingo, I tinge; as, tincture, tint. Scando, 1 climb; as, ascend.

Tribuo, I give; as, contribute.
Scenè or skenè (Gr.), a stage; as, scene,
scenery.

U.
Schooner (Ger.), a vessel with two masts.
Sentio, I feel; as, sensation, sentient.

Umbra, a shadow; as, umbrageons. Sepultum, to bury; as, sepulchre.

Unda, a wave; as, undulate. Sequor, I follow; secutus, followed; as,

Unus, one; as, uniform, unanimous. consequent, persecute. Servo, I keep; as, preservation.

V.
Signo, I mark; as, sign, resign.
Similis, like ; as, similarity.

Vado, I go; vasus, gone; as, invade, inSisto, I stup; as, resist.

vasion, Skipper (Buteh), a shipmaster. Valeo, I am strong; as, valid. Solus, alone; as, sole, solitude.

Vallum, a stake ; as, interval. Solvo, I louse ; as, solvent.

Vasto, I lay waste; as, devastate. Sono, I sound; as, resound.

Vello, I pull; vulsus, pulled; as, convul. Species, appearance; as, specific.

sion. Sphera (Gr.), a globe; as, hemisphere, Venio, I come; as, advent. atmosphere.

Ver, the spring; as, vernal. Specio, I see ; spectus, seen; as, spec- Vergo, I tend ; as, verge, diverge. tacle, inspection.

Verto, I turn; versus, turned ; as, conSpiro, I breathe ; as, respire, perspiration. vert, perversion. Stasis (Gr.), a standing; as, ecstacy.

Vestis, a garment; as, invest, vestment, Stella, a star; as, constellation.

vestry: Sto, I stand; as, stand, station, distant, Video, I see ; visus, seen ; as, provide, stately.

invisible. Stringo, I force; as, stringent, constrain. Vinco, I conquer; victus, conquered; as, Struo, i pile up; as, construct, construc- invincible, victory. tion,

Vir, a man; as, virility, virtue. Stupeo, I wonder ; as, stupid, stupen- Vivo, I live; as, revive, vivid. dous.

Vita, life; as, vital, Suavis, sweet; as, suavity.

Vito, I shun; as, inevitable. Summus, the highest; as, summit, con- Voco, I call; as, invoke, vocal. summation,

Volo, I wish, as, voluntary, benevolent. Supremus, the highest; as, supreme, so- Volvo, I roll; as, revolve. vereign.

Vulcanus, the god of fire; as, volcano. Surgo, I rise; as, resurrection, insurgent.

W.

T.

Wealth (from Sax., weal-well,) Tardus, slow; as, tardy, retardate.

Windows (from Sax., wind-door.) Tego, i cover ; tectus, covered; as, tegu- Wrong (from Sax. wring), 'what is

twisted. ment, detect. Temno, I despise; temptus, despised; as,

z. contemn, contempt. Tendo, I stretch; tensus, stretched; as, Zone (Gr.), a girdle ; as, zone. tendency, tension,

Zoon (Gr.), an animal; as, zoology.

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INDEX

TO

POETS QUOTED.

Akenside, 11

Hemans, 9, 18, 65, 68, 69, 73, 157, 162,
Allston, 52

175, 183, 249, 252, 256, 290, 303, 319
Anonymous, 35, 99, 107, 116, 120, 127, Herbert, 237
271, 289

Hood, 100, 102, 246

Hunt, 181
Barrett, 135
Barton, 7, 76, 149, 160, 217, 275

Kennedy, 281
Beattie, 186, 187, 261

Knowles, 79
Becker, 95
Benjamin, 161

Langley, 128
Bennet, 198, 205, 240

Landon, 113
Blair, 293

Lawrence, 168
Bowring, 77, 260

Logan, 185
Bryant, 207, 254, 315

Longfellow, 82, 97, 111, 136, 169, 171,
Burns, 62, 72, 96, 180, 232, 282, 316 173, 191, 209, 216, 218, 233, 244, 260
Byron, 38, 47, 50, 51, 57, 151, 186, 188, 279
267

Lyons, 84, 87
Cameron, 318

Macaulay, 27, 28, 31
Campbell, 5, 36, 41, 44, 63, 74, 119, 145, Mackay, 105, 110, 202
150, 158, 182, 222, 228

Malcolm, 165
Coleridge, 89, 268

McLellan, 61
Conder, 23, 67, 194

Milman, 89
Cook, 123, 147, 236

Milnes, 131, 304
Cornwall, Barry, 134, 149, 159

Milton, 24, 208, 269, 312
Cowper, 3, 21, 66, 210, 222, 271, 284, 320 Montgomery, 31, 35, 78, 121, 122, 152,
Crabbe, 156, 241

229, 251, 258, 300, 306
Cunningham, 164

Moore, 257, 266, 266, 283
Doane, 6, 263

Nicoll, 118, 144, 309, 323
Dawes, 285, 287

Opie, 313
Gallagher, 138

Orne, 129
Gilbert, 276
Goethe, 115

Partridge, 264
Goldsmith, 203

Park, 162
Gould, 220

Peabody, 201
Gray, 192, 213, 296, 307

Percival, 15, 215,

Pierpont, 14
Hale, 81

Politics for the People, 133
Hawkshawe, 241

Pollock, 279
Heber, 265, 291

Pope, 113,277

Richardson, 118
Rogers, 243

Scott, 19, 64, 71. 221
Shakspeare, 273, 305
Sharp, 142
Shelley, 199, 224, 247
Sigourney, 17
Smith, 24
Southey, 12, 132, 223, 262, 274, 325
Sou ell, 248
Swain, 311

Tennyson, 143
Thomson, 87, 91, 179, 189, 195, 288
Tupper, 54, 57, 83, 125, 126, 167, 167,

234, 301, 310
Watts, 108
Watmough, 141
Whittier, 178
Wolfe, 1
Wordsworth, 75, 90, 114, 139, 163, 177,

90, 206, 31, 239, 250, 251, 253,
292, 294, 295, 326

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INDEX

OF

PROSE AUTHORS QUOTED.

Addison, 284

Emerson, 126, 133, 137, 182, 189, 198, 202,
Alison, 1, 18, 44, 47, 54, 62, 167

237, 250
Anacharsis, 118

Eothen, 24
Arnold, 54, 107, 110, 111, 118, 143, 158, Essays on the Formation 'of Opinions,
164, 207, 260, 274, 309

125

Bacon, 152, 186, 256, 273, 279, 295, 304, Gibbon, 38
305

Goethe, 220
Barrow, Sir John, 151

Goldsmith, 319
Belknap, 171

Goodman, 203
Blair, 248

Goodrich's “Fireside Education,” 79,
Bible, 41, 108, 136, 151, 175, 194, 220, 232, 123, 163

254, 261, 263, 264, 266, 267, 272, 275, Gosse, 160
276, 290

Guesses at Truth, 280
Brougham, 304
Browne, Sir T., 178

Hall, Robert, 63, 222
Brown's Lectures, 71, 109, 147, 179, 181, Hare, 209
208, 239, 288

Hawkes, 81
Bulwer, 113, 115, 192, 216

Hay, 293
Butler, Bishop, 242

Herschel, Sir J., 122, 142, 165, 177, 205,

243
Carlyle, 14, 52, 68, 69, 74, 96, 97, 131, Hume, 7
134, 167, 213, 233, 271, 281

Hunt, L., 227, 228
Chalmers, 247
Channing, 83, 116, 120, 138, 145, 190, John, A. St., 77

201, 206, 207, 234, 243, 249, 282, 307, Johnson, 215, 217
313, 315, 320, 325

Jones, Sir W., 269
Child, 180
Church Catechism, 301

Jouffroy, 50, 51

Knight's “Pictorial Museum,” 149, 185,
Cicero, 186

210, 222
Coleridge, 75, 89, 90, 91, 237, 240, 291,
294, 306, 317

Leighton, 309

Library of Entertaining Knowledge, 76
Davy, Sir H., 326

Longfellow, 95, 128
Dewey, 78
Dick, 149
Dickens, 191, 228

Martineau, 303
Maurice, 257, 293

M‘Culloch's “ Geographical Dictionary,"
Earle, Bishop, 231

5, 6, 12, 21, 65, 73

M'Diarmid, 66

Sterne, 300
Milton, 186

Stewart, Dugald, 99, 105, 109, 113, 114,
Montgomery, 152

232, 279, 325

Stories, True, from History of England,
Paley, 102, 127, 135, 193, 229, 241, 244,

9
262, 292, 301, 319

Sturm, 182, 187, 188, 195, 209, 211, 218,
Parley's Geography, 31

223, 260, 266, 283,312
Parker, Theodore, 100, 129, 141, 143 Southey, 64, 1656
Purchas, 157

Sydney, Sir P., 173
Review, Quarterly, 170

Taylor, Jeremy, 139, 258, 265, 277, 289,
Review, Monthly. 89

310, 314,318
Review, Foreign and Colonial Quarterly, Thompson, 268

Tuckerman, 227, 255, 296
Richardson, 84

87

Turner, 168, 198, 201, 246, 250, 251, 252,
Robertson, 16, 159

255, 323
Russell's Modern Europe, 11

Tytler's General History, 27, 28, 36
Schlegel, 57

White's History of Britain, 3
Scott, 60, 161
Shaw, 227, 316

Yarrell, 224
Sydney Smith, 82, 121, 236, 285, 286

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