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23. “Around Sebago's lonely lake

There lingers not a breeze to break

The mirror which its waters make." 24. “Cold in the dust this perished heart may lie,

But that which warmed it once shall never die." 25. “He that by usury and unjust gain increaseth his substance, shall.

gather it for him that will pity the poor.”
Let the Pupil place Sentence (25) in the subjoined Idiagram.

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Our proper bliss depends on what we blame.

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A COMPLEX SENTENCE.—THE AUXILIARY QUALIFIES A PARASE.
Elements.

Offices.
Our,”.

. Adjunct of “bliss.” "Proper,"

Adjunct of “bliss.” "Bliss,”

.Subject of “ depends." "Depends,"

.Predicate of “bliss." “On what we blame,".

.Adjunct of “

depends.
“What,"
[That],..

.Object of “on.”
Which)

..Object of “blame.” *We,"

.Subject of “blame.” Blame,'

Predicate of “we.”

ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES. 2. “What thou dost not know thou canst not tell." 3. “I speak not to disprove what Brutus spoke.” 4. “Seek not to know what is improper for thee.” 6. “But here I stand and speak what I do know."

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A COMPLEX SENTENCE.
ANALYSIS of the PRINCIPAL SENTENCE.
The Subject,

"Mother."
PRINCIPAL
The Predicate,

" Held.”

Simple ELEMENTS.

Transitive.
The Object,

Child."
Of the Subject, : : "Each,"

a Word.
Aloft,'

a Word.

“When its yellow ADJUNCT Of the luster smiled o'er a Sentence ELEMENTS.Predicate, { mountains yet un- (Adverbial)

trod,"
"To bless the bow
of God,

a Phrase. Of the Object, .

"

Her," a Word.
Elements.

Offices.
“And,”

Introduces the Principal Sentence.
“When its yellow luster smiled

..Adjunct of “held.”
Each,”

. Adjunct of “mother.”
Mother,"

.Subject of “held.” " IIcll,".

Prelicate of “inother."

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“Aloft,"
"Her,”
“Child,”.
“To bless the bow of God,”..

. Adjunct of "held.”
. Adjunct of “ child.”
Object of "held.”
. Adjunct of “held.”

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When,"

Introduces the Auxiliary Sentence “Its,"

. Adjunct of “luster.” “Yellow,”

.Adjunct of “Juster.” “Luster,”.

..Subject of “smiled.” “Smiled,”

.Predicate of “luster.” “O'er mountains yet untrod," . .Adjunct of “smiled.”

ANALYSIS of the ADJUNCT PHRASES. "To,”.... Introduces the Phrase-connects “bless" with “held.” “Bless,"

...Object of “to.” *The,”

..Adjunct of “bow.” “Bow,".

..Object of “ bless." “Of God,"

..Adjunct of “ bow."

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“Of,”.... Introduces the Phrase-connects “God” with “bow." “God,”.

....Object of “of.”

“O’er,” Introduces the Phrase--connects “mountains" with "smiled." “ Mountains,".

Object of “o'er." “Yet,"

. Adjunct of “untrod.” “Untrod,"

. . Adjunct of “mountains."

Le Thus analyze the following ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES. 2. "Wherefore is there a price in the hand of a fool to get wisdom,

seeing he hath no heart to it.” 8. “Yet do I feel my soul recoil within me,

As I contemplate the dim gulf of death." 4. “If we have whispered truth,

Whisper no longer.” 6. “Speak as the tempest does,

Sterner and stronger.” 6. “The hoary nead is a crown of glory, if it be found in the way of

righteousness." 7. “Their advancement in life and in education was such that each

ought to have been a gentleman."

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8 • The sweet remembrance of the just,

Shall flourish when he sleeps in dust.” 9. “But, when he caught the measure wild,

The old man raised his head and smiled." 10. “There are sumptuous mansions with marble walls,

Where fountains play in the perfumed halls." 11. “The earth hath felt the breath of spring,

Though yet on her deliverer's wing
The lingering frosts of winter cling.”

EXAMPLES

Of SUBSTANTIVE, ADJECTIVE, and ADVERBIAL SENTENCES.

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Let the Pupil name the Sentence below adapted to this Diagram,

and place it in an exact copy, written on the blackboard. 1. “If you would know the deeds of him who chews,

Enter the house of God, and see the pews.” 2. “The man that dares traduce because he can

With safety to himself, is not a man.”
And, as I passed by, I heard the complaints of the laborers who

had reaped down his fields, and the cries of the poor whose

covering he had taken away.” 4. “The time must come when all will have been said that can be

said to exalt the character of any individual of our race." 5. “Mysterious are his ways, whose power

Brings forth that unexpected hour,
When minds that never met before,

Shall meet, unite, and part no more.”
6. “My heart is awed within me when I think

Of the great miracle that still goes on,
In silence, round me.”

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7. “When we consider carefully what appeals to our minds, and

exercise upon it our own reason-taking into respectful con sideration what others say upon it—and then come to a conclu.

sion of our own, we act as intelligent beings.” 8. "Before we passionately desire what another enjoys, we should

examine into the happiness of its possessor.” 9. " With what loud applause didst thou beat heaven with blessing

Bolingbroke, before he was what thou wouldst have him bep”

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PROMISCUOUS EXAMPLES

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1. “The troubled ocean feels his steps, as he strides from wave to

wave.” 2. “Beneath the spear of Cathmar rose that voice which awakes the

bards." 3. “ As they sat down, one said to his friend on his right, “We shall

soon see who is who.'” 4.

“He sunk to sleep, With all the nameless shapes that haunt the deep.” 5. “Go to the mat where squalid Want reclines,” 6. “Go to the shade obscure where Merit pines,7. “ Abide with him whom Penury's charms control,

And bind the rising yearnings of his soul.” 8. “Survey his sleepless couch, and standing there,

Tell the poor pallid wretch that life is fair.9. “It must be sweet in childhood to give back

The spirit to its Maker, ere the heart

Has grown familiar with the ways of sin.” 10.

“Wheresoe'er our best affections dwell, And strike a healthful root, is happiness.” 11. “A man of refinement never has recourse to proverbs and vulgar

aphorisms.” 12. “Across the ocean came a pilgrim bark.13. The bark of the trunk of the white oak is frequently variegated

with large spots. 14. The wood of the young stocks is very elastic, and is susceptible of

minute divisions.
15. The flowers put forth in the month of May."
16. " Night, sable goddess, from her ebon throne

In rayless majesty, now stretches forth
Her leadien scepter o'er a slumbering world.”

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