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SERVICE AND THRIFT
THE BIRDS OF KILLINGWORTH by HENRY WADSWORTH LONGFELLOW

repetition of the same sound at the beginning of two or more words used closely together is called "alliteration." Find other examples that please you. 30. One of the reasons why this poem is easy to read is that there is a pause somewhere near the middle of many of the lines; test a few of the lines for this. 31. Longfellow uses the following riming scheme in this poem, a b a b a b c c; that is, the first, third, and fifth lines rime, the second, fourth, and sixth lines rime, and the seventh and eighth lines rime. Test the rimes in several stanzas by this scheme. 32. Why has this poem a place in the Service group? 33. Find in the Glossary the meaning of: merle; Saxon; vanguard; Sound; jocund; tilled; convened; marauders; fervor; lopped; Preceptor; sonnet; bombazine; incarnate; sundry; jargoning; weevil; dialect; windrows; man-at-arms; bounty; bard. 34. Pronounce: pit-, eous; gibberish; prognosticating; august; austere; voluminous; perpetuate; madrigals; roundelay; omnipotence; vanquished; canticles.

INDUSTRY AND THRIFT by
ABRAHAM LINCOLN

Dear Johnston: Your request for eighty dollars I do not think it best to comply with now. At the various times when I have helped you a little, you have said to me, "We can get along very well now," but in a short time I find you

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