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927 + 750+ 1080

Thou, pers. pron., 2nd pers. sing., nom. to hast Question 105.

=1378-5. 2

loved. From this half sum take each succeeding side.

Hast loved, verb, act. trans., 2nd pers. sing., agr. Thus 1378:5-750=628-5 to find A.

with thou.
13785-927=451.5

C.
Righteousness, abs. noun,

sing., 3rd

pers., obj., 1378:5-1080=298 5 B.

gov. by hast loved. Then to find A:

And, conjunction.
Log. 1378.5=3.1391068

Hast hated, verb, act. trans., 2nd pers. sing., agr. 628.5=2.7983053

w. thou understood. Co's. log. 927 = 7:0329203

Iniquity, abs. noun, neut., sing., 3rd pers., obj., 1080 = 6.9665762

gov, by hast hated.

He, pers. pron., 3rd pers. sing, nom. to leaves. 2)19.9372086

Leaves, verb, act., 3rd pers. sing., agr. w. he.

Home, com. noun, neut., sing., 3rd pers., obj., cos. A 9 9686043

gov. by leaves.
21° 31' 28":674

Ai, preposition.
Nine, com. uoun, gov. in obj. by at.

In, preposition.
43° 2' 57":318=Angle A.

The, dem. adj. pron., qual, morning.
To find B:

Morning, com. noun, obj. case, gov.by in.
Log. 1378.5=3.1394068

We, pers. pron., 3rd pers plu., nom. to go.
298.5=2.4749443

Go, verb. act. intrans., 3rd pers. plu., ag. w. we. Cos. log. 927 = 7.0329203

To, preposition. 750 = 7:1249387

Boston, prop. noun, obj. case, gov. by to.

Next, a ljective, qual. week. 2)19:7722101

Week, com. noun, obj., gov. by prep. during un

derstood. 9.8861050=

Where, adverb of place. 39° 42' 26":8:26

We, pers. pron., 1st pers. plu., nom. to expect. 2

Expect, verb. act. trans., gov. you will meet us in

the obj. 79° 24' 53".652=B.

You, pron., 2nd pers. plu., nom. to will meet. ... 180-(43° 2' 57''.348+79° 24' 53":652)=

Will meet, verb, act. trans., 2nd pers. plu., ag. w. 57° 32' 9''=C. A. G, B.

you. Question 106.

Us, pron., 1st pers., obj., gov. by will meet. 2.598076 x 122 x 36

Thy, poss. adj. pron., 2nd pers. sing., qual, bro. = 48.5744 gallons.-Ans.

ther: 277.274

Brother, com. noun, 3rd pers. sing., nom. to was. (362 X 2+292) x 40 x 2618 Vas, verb nent., 3rd pers. sing., ag. w. brother. Question 107. Here

1728

Present, adj., qual, brother understood. = 20 80161 cubic feet.

J. M. Last, adj., qual. year.

(60% X 2+549) x 50 x 2618 Year, com. noun, obj., gov.by on understood. Question 108. Here

277.274

Benjamin, prop. noun, mas. sing., 3rd pers., nom. 132418:44

to works. =477-5725 imperial gallons. J. M.

Works, verb. act. intrans., 3rd pers. sing., ag. w. 277.274

Benjamin. Question 35. r*- 10 x?-91.r+160=0.

Foundry, com. noun, obj., gov. by prep. at. :: 6x-4) (x3 +4 ro+6 x-40=0. Henry and Thomas, prop. sing. nouns, con. by Or, x-4=0,. x=4.

and, nom. to are. The other values of x are 2•1137, and 5:1698 Are, verò neut. plu., ag. w. nom. Henry and Tho-95787, &c.

J. C.

mas.

In, preposition.
GRAMMAR CLASS.

Office, com. noun, obj., gov.by in.
MODEL EXERCISE, No. XX.

From and to, prepositions.

Crag, 1 and 2, com. noun, obj., gov.by from and I, pers. pron., 1st pers. sing., nom. to love.

to respectively:
Love, verb, act. trans., 1st pers. sing., agr. w.love. Leaps, verb act. intrans., ag. w. thunder.
Them, pers. prun., plu., 3rd, obj., gov, by love. Live, adj., qual. thunder.
That, rel.

pron.,

3rd pers. plu., agr. w. them, and Thunder, com. noun, sing., 3rd pers., nom. to nom. to love.

leaps. Love, verb, act. trans., 3rd plu., agr. w. that. Toerr, verb in the infinitive, equivalent to a noun, Me, pers. pron., 1st pers. sing., obj., gov. by love. and nom. to is. And, conjunction.

Is, verb neut., 3rd pers. sing.,ag. w.its nom. to err. Those, demons. pron., having persons understood. Human, aslj., qual. a noun understood. That, as before, agr. w. persons, and nom. to The, demons. adj. pron., qual. fear. seek.

Fear, com. noun, ueut., 3rd pers. sing., nom. to Seek, verb, act. trans., 3rd pers. plu., agr. w. that.

prevents. Me, as before, gov. by seek.

of, preposition. Early, adverb qualifying seek.

Possible, adj., qual. evil. Shall find, verb, act. trans., 3rd pers. plu., agr. w. Evil, com. noun, neut., 3rd pers. sing., obj., gov. persons understood.

hy of. Me, as before, gov. by shall find.

Often, adverb, qual. prevents.

Prevents, verb, act. trans., ag. w. nom. fear. To-day, com. noun, neut., sing., 3rd pers., gov.in
The, as before, qual. performance.

the obj. by a preposition, during, understood.
Performance, com. noun, neut., sing., 3rd pers. Neither, nor, conjunctions.
Of, preposition.

Samuel, noun proper, sing. number, &c., nom. to
Certain, adj., qual. good,

have arrived.
Good, com. noun, neut., sing., 3rd pers., obj., gov. His, poss. aij. pron., qual. friends.
by of.

Friends, com. noun, plu., nom. 10, have arrired
Your, poss. adj., pron. qual. bread-and-milk. Have arrived, verb, act. intrans. 3rd pers. plu.,
Bread-and-milk, compound com. noun, neut., ag. w. the nom. friends.
sing., 3rd pers., nom. to is.

Their, poss. adj. pron., qual. party.
Is, as before, ar. w. bread-and-milk.

Party, collect. noun,nent., sing.,nom.to is divided.
Ready, adjective.

Is divided, verb passive, 3rd pers. siug., ag. w.
To write, to speak, to compose, three verbs in the party.

infinitive, equivalent to three nouns, and nom. Too much, ailv., qual. is divided.
to the verb are.

To do, act. trans. verb, infin, mood.
And, as before.

Any, adj., qual. good.
Legibly, correctly, readily, adverbs of manner, Good, com. noun, neut., sing., 3rd pers. obj., gov.
qual. to write, c.

by to do.
Useful, adj., qual. arts.

The, as before.
Arts, com. noun, neut., sing., 3rd pers., nom. case Clergy, com. noun, nent., plu., 3rd, nom. to are.
after the verb are.

Are, verb neut., plu., 3rd, ag. w. clergy.
Either, or, conjunctions.

Unanimous, adj., qual. noun understood.
George, Henry, prop. nouns, mas., sing., 3rd pers., On, preposition.
nom. to is coming.

Convocation, adj., qual. question.
Is coming, verb, act. intrans., 3rd pers. sing., ag. Question, com. noun, neut., sing., obj., gov. by
w. George or Henry.

prep. on.

The Societies' Bertion.

REPORT OF MUTUAL IMPROVEMENT SOCIETY.
Padiham Literary and Scientific Mutual Im- / which an essay is read, and a discussion carried
provement Society. This society was recently on; the time allowed for reading an essay is
formed under very favourable circumstances. | half an hour, and for the discussion two hours.
On Wednesday evening, the 2nd August, a meet- Our discussions are conducted in a lively and
ing of a few young men was convenied, and the spirited manner, but with the entire absence of
following oficers elected; viz., Mr. John Har- personality or ungentlemanly feeling. Many of
greaves, president; Mr. Burt, treasurer; and Mr. our members take in the British Controrcr-
Elijah Helm, jun., secretary; a few rules were siolist, which forms an admirable text-book, and
then drawn up, to which others, selected from affords material assistance in the treatment of
those of various mutual improvement societies, our subjects. The society is in connection with
have been added and adopted. Our number at our Mechanics' Institute, which has been estab-
present is restricted to 15, it being thought advisa- lished several years; its meetings are held in the
ble not to admit more until the society shall have Trade School, for the use of which we are in-
obtained a more permanent footing. Meetings debted to the generosity of Sir J.B. Kay Shuttle.
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Literature.

LITERARY INTELLIGENCE.
We regret to bave to announce the death, at publication a new and important work on the
the early age of thirty-nine, of Edward Forbes, English Revolution-his favourite subject; and
Esq., F.R.S., and Professor of Natural History M. Cousin is writing one, to be called Philoso-
iu the University of Edinburgh. He was an phy of the People."
occasional contributor to the “ Westminster Re- Professor Zahn, who has passed not fewer than
view" and the “ Literary Gazette.".

fifteen years in investigating the ruins of Herac-
Frederick Knight Hunt, since 1851 principal leum and Pompeii, is preparing for publication at
editor of the Daily Neu's, died, on the 18th inst., Berlin the twenty-seventh and last part of his
in his 40th year. In the intervals of his profes- great work on the monuments discovered in those
sional exertions he contrived to find tiine for the towns. The work is one of the most expensive
composition of several works, of which the most ever published in Germany, each copy costing
important is, “The Fourth Estate," a history of 300 thalers (about £46).
the newspaper press.

The text of an old opera, performed so far back
Our readers will be glad to learn that Lord as 1322, at Eisenach, has just been found by a
Brougham. is collecting and revising his various German author. It is called the Ten Virgins,
works, to be published in a series of quarterly and it is recorded that the performance of it made
volumes, by Messrs. R. Griffin and Co., Glasgow. such profound impression on a certain Landgrave
M. Guizot, we hear, is engaged in preparing for I of Meissen as to hasten his death.

London: J. & W. RIDER, Printers, 14, Bartholomew Close.

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CLASSIFIED INDEX

TO THB

FIRST SERIES OF

THE BRITISH CONTROVERSIALIST.

(CONSISTING OF SIX VOLUMES.)

The figures before the letters indicate the Volume, and those following the letters show the
Page upon which the article may be found.

VOL.

PAGE
LEADING ARTICLES (Continued)
5 Its Interest and Importance

1
3 Prologomena

.66, 191, 309, 351
5 The Ionic School

321
6 The Ionic School.

....1,41, 161
5 The Seven Sages

241

VOL.

PAGE
LEADING ARTICLES.

AIDS TO SELF-CULTURE.
6 Arithmetic

241
5 Introduction

41
5 The Chief Elements of Self Culture 201
5 The External Means of Self-Culture 361
5 The Method of Self-Culture

441
6 The Art of Writing

121
THE ART OF READING.
5 Introduction

161
5 Punctuation

281
5 Rhetorical Punctuation, or Pausation.. 401
6 The Art of Reading

81
6 The Essentials of English Grammar

and Composition..201, 281, 361, 401, 441

ART OF REASONING.
2 Concerning Fallacies

.293, 331
2 Formal Logic

.137, 181
2 Idols of the Intellect

1
2 Informal Syllogisms

254
1 Introductory

1
1 Judgment

105
1 Names-Predicables

68
1 Nature and Kinds of Evidence 194, 248, 304
2 On Method

..364, 393
1 Perceptivity

35
1 Propositions

144
2 Ratiocination..

32
2 The Doctrine of the Syllogism

97
2 Tbe Investigation and Discovery of
Truth..

62
2 The Uses of the Syllogism..

217
EUROPEAN PHILOSOPHY.
6 Diogenes of Appollonia

321
5 Early History in Connection with
Legislation

121
5 Early History in Connection with
Religion.....

81

RHETORIC.
3 A Grammatical Outline

161
3 Causes of the Diversity of Language-
Classes of Words..

121
3 Conciseness—Unity

401
3 Directions in the Use of Language 281
4 Eloquence

441
4 Figurative Expressions .201, 241, 281
3 Introduction

1
4 Literary Æsthetics.

.121, 161
4 Method ..

.361, 401
3 Perspicuity

361
4 Poetry

41
3 Sentences, with Directions respecting
them

321
3 Strength-Vivacity-Harmony

441
3 Style..

241
4 The Emotional Nature of Man..

81
3 The Growth of Language

81
3 The History and Structure of the Eng-
lish Language

201
4 The Imaginative Faculty

1
4 The Ludicrous: Wit and Humour 321
3 The Nature and Origin of Language 41

THE ART OF SPEAKING.
1 Introductory Paper

28
1 Delivery

62
1 The Passious Explained and Exempli-
fied

...97, 134, 181, 349
2 The Passions Explained and Exempli-

fied ....27, 52, 92, 175, 211, 247, 286, 324
1 Use of the Members of the Human
Frame in Oratory

97
138

VOL.

PAGE
DEBATES (Continued):
3 Is Woman Mentally Inferior to Man?
Introductory Article

218
Affirmative

225, 252, 298, 331, 369
Negative... .221, 251, 296, 326,366
1 Which more deserves the Esteem of

Mankind, the Poet or the Legislator?
The Legislator

162, 210, 268
The Poet

..164, 214, 270
4 Wbich was the Greater Poet, Milton or

Shakspere?
Milton

.302, 337, 378, 422, 452
Shaks pere. ....300, 333, 375, 420, 448
4 Wonld Education eradicate Crime?
Affirmative

. 14, 53, 95, 171
Negative.

.16, 55, 97, 175
Neutral Article
POLITICS :-
5 Can Scotland reasonably complain of

Injustice from England ?
Affirmative

..20, 54, 105, 147
Negative..

..16, 52, 102, 141
2 Can the Government Interdict the Es-

tablishment of the Roman Catholic
Hierarchy consistently with the

Principles of Religious Liberty ?
Affirmativa

.13, 44, 83, 118, 122
Negative.

...18, 46, 85, 121, 126
1 Is a Hereditary Monarchy Preferable to

an Elective One ?
Affirmative ..

19, 53, 86, 127
Negative

22, 55, 90, 130
1 Is it Desirable that the Revenue of this

Country should be raised on a Sys.

tem of Indirect Taxation ?
Affirmative..

..222, 284, 335
Negative..

.225, 286,338
6 Is the Ballot more Desirable than Open

Voting?
Affirmative

.28, 101, 150
Negative

.59, 103, 153
1 Is Universal Suffrage Just or Desirabie?
Affirmative

167, 216, 279, 329
Negative...

.174, 220, 282, 333
4 Judging from the History and Present

State of France, is an Attempted In-

vasion of England Probable ?
Affirmative

192, 220, 263, 310
Negative

.189, 214, 257, 305
3 Ought Money to be Intrinsic or Symbo-

lical?
Intrinsic

.182, 227, 253, 300, 341
Symbolical .184, 231, 256, 301,344
3 Ought Native Produce and Industry to

be Protected by Legislative Enact-

ments ?
Affirinutive

.381, 421, 459, 465
Negative

..378, 419, 457, 463
2 Ought the Government to Provide a Se-

cular Education for the People?
Affirmative ..165, 203, 238, 276, 317, 322

Negative ......162, 201, 236, 272, 314, 320
4 Ought the Grant to Maynooth to be

Withdrawn?
Affirmative

26, 62, 112, 148, 179
Negative

..25, 61, 109, 145, 184
3 Ought the Jews to be admitted to Par-

liament?
Affirmative

...16, 56, 97, 139
Negative ..

...19, 60, 99, 141

.

VOL.

PAGE
DEBATES.
HISTORY:
3 Can the Apostolic Origin and National

Independence of the British Church

be proved ?
Affirmative

.14, 54, 92
Negative

.11, 52, 92
Neutral Article..

94
1 Did Circumstances Justify the Execu-

tion of Charles I.?
Affirmative

.273, 332
Negative.

. 277, 328
6 Has Monachism been Beneficial to Eu-

ropean Society ?
Affirmative

.54, 145, 210, 257
Negative..

. 25, 94, 177, 252
4 Is the Character of the Duke of Welling-

ton worthy of Admiration?
Affirmative,

. 20,56, 103, 140
Negative..

.22, 58, 107, 143
Neutral Article....

206
6 Was Mahomet an Impostor?
Affirmative

.290, 373,413, 458
Negative..

.331, 376, 415, 460
5 Was Napoleon Bonaparte worthy of the

Admiration of the French People ?
Affirmative

..96, 172, 264
Negative

.48, 137, 259
2 Was Oliver Cromwell a First-rate Gene-

ral, a Great Statesman, and a Sin-

cere Man ?
Affirmative

..113, 154, 194, 228
Negative....

..115, 159, 197, 232
3 Were the Effects of the Crusades Fa-

vourable to the Civilization & Moral

Elevation of the People ?
Affirmative ........336, 373, 408, 449, 453

Negative..... .339, 375, 410, 450, 455
PHILOSOPHY:-
5 Have we sufficient Evidence to prove

that Communications are now made

to Man from a Spiritual World ?
Affirmative

..9, 87, 127, 163, 222
Negative.

..45, 92, 130, 165, 225
1 Is Beauty a Quality inherent in Ob-

jects ?
Affirmative..

.16, 50, 118
Negative.

12, 47, 121
3 Is Homeopathy True in Principle and

Beneficial in Practice?
Affirmative

..7, 47, 87, 133, 175
Negative..

...8, 49, 89, 136, 180
2 Is Language of Human or Divine Ori.

gin?

Divine..

.224, 269, 310, 350, 376
Human

226, 271, 313, 352, 378
2 Is Mesmerism True ?
Affirmative

.79, 107, 150, 190
Negative..

81, 110, 152, 191
1 Is Phrenology True ?
Attirmative

.84, 125, 160, 207, 265
Negative

.82, 123, 159, 204, 262
6 Is Reason Confined to Man ?
Affirmative

285, 326, 368, 405, 450
Negative

287, 328, 371, 409, 453
Neutral Article

447
6 Is the Norion of a Plurality of Worlds

Consonant with Science and Revela-

tion?
Affirmative.

. 16, 50, 141, 207
Negative....

..20, 91, 173, 249

VOL.

PAGE
DEBATES (Continued):-
4 Ought the Law of Primogeniture to be

Repealed ?
Affirmative..

..383, 428, 456
Negative,.

.385, 431, 458
5 Ought the Universities of Oxford and

Cambridge to be thrown open as
National Institutions for British

Subjects of all Religious Opinions ?
Affirmative ........296, 336, 404, 410, 445
Negative

...301,389, 406, 414, 450
6 Was the British Government Justified

in entering upon the Present War

with Russia ?
Affirmative

.183, 261, 293, 337, 418
Negative

..217, 261, 298, 379, 463

RELIGION:
3 Can Christians, consistently with their

Principles, render support to the

British Stage?
Affirmative ..128, 170, 211, 246, 287, 292

Negative ..132, 173, 214, 217, 289, 294
2 Does the Divine Trinity of Father, Son,

and Holy Spirit, exist in the Person

of our Lord Jesus Christ?
Affirmative

.263, 303, 343, 401
Negative

.267, 307, 347, 405
6 Do the Scriptures teach that the Punish-

ment of the Wicked will be Eternal ?
Affirmative

........8, 46, 86, 128, 166
Negative

.11, 48, 89, 133, 170
2 Is Sectarianism Christian?
Affirmative

9, 41, 70, 74
Negative

...11, 42, 73, 76
4 Is the Baptism of Infants a Practice in

Harmony with the Scriptures ?
Affirmative

........254, 292, 329, 371, 414
Negative

...248, 289, 327, 367, 408
4 Is the Strict Observance of the Sabbath,

as Enjoined in the Old Testament,

incumbent upon Christians ?
Affirmative

....8, 48, 88, 127
Negative

. 10, 50, 91, 133
1 Is War under every Circumstance Op.

posed to Christianity?
Affirmative

..7, 44, 76, 114, 154
Negative

9, 45, 78, 116, 156
1 Ought the Church and State to be United ?
Affirmative

200, 257, 312, 318
Negative

..202, 260, 316,319
5 Which System is most in Accordance

with the Scriptures and Productive
of Best Results, Episcopacy, Pres-

byterianism, or Congregationalism ?
Episcopacy . 207, 246, 285, 326, 367
Presbyterianism ....210, 250, 288, 331, 375
Congregationalism ..215, 253, 291, 336, 380

VOL.

PAGE
DEBATES (Continued):
3 Is the Confessional in Harwiony with

Intellectual and Moral Fondom or

Social Well-Being?
Affirmative..

.346,349, 386, 427
Negative...

.304, 347, 383, 423
1 Is the Moderate Use of Alcoholic Drink

Injurious ?
Affirmative

.230, 290, 314, 347
Negative..

228. 288, 341, 346
6 Is the Unanimity required in Juries

Conducive to the Attainment of Jus-

tice ?
Affirmative...

.388, 427, 468
Negative...

..390, 428, 470
4 Is the Use of Oaths for Civil Purposes

Right and Expedient?
Affirmative

.197, 226, 268, 342
Negative...

.194, 224, 266,340
6 Is Secularism Consonant with the High-

est Amount of Social Happiness?
Affirmative........ 191, 225, 270, 306, 347
Negative

...106, 222, 268, 302, 342
5 Is Slavery, under any Circumstances,

Justifiable ?
Affirmative

23, 58, 109, 176
Negative....

25, 60, 113, 178
1 Ought Capital Punishments to be Abo-

lished?
Affirmative

.26, 58, 94, 180
Negative....

.24, 57, 131, 178
5 Ought Government to Prohibit the Sale

of Intoxicating Drinks?
Affirmative..

.340, 416, 458
Negative.

..345, 420, 464
4 Ought Transportation to be Abolished ?
Affirmative..

...344, 388, 464
Negative...

..347, 393, 4

468
3 Would Communism Promote the Hap-

piness of Man ?
Affirmative ..24, 64, 103, 145, 187, 263, 268
Negative ....20, 62, 100, 144, 186, 259, 265

LITERATURE,
5 Lists of New Books on Educational, Lite-
rary, and Scientific Subjects..39, 77,

157, 239, 279, 319, 399, 438
6 Lists of New Books on Educational, Lite-
rary, and Scientific Subjects 39, 119,

198, 278, 433
5 Literary Intelligence 40, 79, 119, 159,

200, 240, 280, 320, 360, 400, 439, 472
6 Literary Intelligence .. 40, 80, 120, 160,

199, 239, 280, 319, 360, 400, 439
MISCELLANEOUS PAPERS.
5 Address by Sir E. B. Lytton

118
3 Advice to Students

1.05
1 An Orator at a Debating Club

32
4 Books and Reading

66
] Decline of Eloquence

297
3 Education-its Province, and its In-
struments

389
5 Exercises for the Meetings of Mutual
Improvement Societies

.396
1 Gems of Thought.

158, 177, 227
2 Gems of Thought 43, 112, 174, 235, 256,

272, 287, 340
3 Gems of Thought .. 27, 61, 91, 96, 138,

143, 217, 286 ,372 .407 418, 438, 456, 466

SOCIAL ECONOMY:-
2 Have the Working Classes been Bene-

fited by Machinery ?
Affirmative

.24, 51, 89, 130, 171
Negative

..20, 48, 87, 128, 169
2 Is it more Reasonable and Beneficial to

Subsist ou a Vegetable Diet than on

one of Flesh and Vegetables ?
Affirmative ..206, 241, 279, 354,379
Negative ..209, 244, 282, 357, 383

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