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Part of Adam and Eve's Morning Hymn.

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These are thy glorious Works, Parent

of Good! Almighty! Thine

These, Pronoun, plural Number, 27. Are, a Verb neuter, 31; indicative Mode, 34 ;, present Tense, 39; plural Number and third Perfon, 57 ; ugreeing with its Subject, Works, 113. Thy, Pronoun, 24 ; genitive Cafe, 25; referring to a Noun of the plural Number, 130 ; joined with a Noun, 135. Glorious, Adjective, 19; one that must be compared by the Adverbs, 141 ; fet before its Noun, 138. Works, a Noun, 3 ; plural Number, 4; so made by adding s to the fine gular, 5a

Parent, Noun, 3. Of, Preposition, 108. Good, Adjective, 19; put åbsolutely, the Word, Things, being understood, 139. Almighty, Adjective, 19. Thine, Pronoun, 24; genitive Café, denoting Polesion, 134 i put without the Noun immediately following,

-this universal Frame.
-Thyself
Tous invisible or dimly seen
In these thy lowest Works.
Speak ye who

135. This, Pronoun, 24. Univerfal, Adjective, 19; one that must be compared by the Adverbs, 141. Frame, Neun, 3. Thyself, Pronoun, 24. To, Preposition, 108. Us, Pronoun, 24 ; plural Number, accusative Cafe, 25 ; following a Prem position, 149. Invisible, Adjećiive, 19; ane that must be compared by the Adverbs, 141. Or, Conjunétion, 107. Dimly, Adverb, 105. Seen, pasive Participle, 101; from the irregular Verb. See, 102. In, Preposition, 108. These, Pronoun, 24; plural Number, 27. Lowest, Adjective, 19; fuperlative Degree, formed by adding est to the positive State, 21. Speak, Verb, 30; irregular, 102; imperative Mode, 35; plural Number and second Person, 54 ; agreeing with its Agent, Ye, 113. Ye, Pronoun, 24; plural Number, nominative Case, 25; the Agent of a Verb, 120. Who, Pronoun, 24; referring 10 a Person, 144; nominative case, 26;

the

-belt can tell, ye Sons of Light, Angels! for ye behold him-Thou Sun! Acknowledge him thy greater !

the Agent of a Verb, 120. Best, Adverb, 105; peculiarinits Comparison,and superdative Degree, 106. Can,Sign of the potential Mode, 48. Tell, Verb, 30; irregular, 102; potential Mode, 36 ; present Tense, 39; plural Number, second Perfon, 54; agreeing with its Agent, Ye, 113. Sons, Light, Angels, Nouns, 3. For, Conjunction, 107. Behold,Verb, 30; irregular, 102; indicative Mode, 34; present Tense, 39; plural Number, second Person, 54;agreeingwith its Agent, Ye, 113. Him, Pronoun, 24; singular Number, accufative Case, 25; receiving the Force of the active Verb, Behold, 122. Thou,Pronoun, 24; fingular Number, nominative Caje, 25; the Agent to a Verb, 120. Sun, Niun, 3; masculineGender, 16. Acknowledge, Verb, 30; imperative Mode, 35; Jingular Number, second Perfon, 54; agreeing with its Agent, Sun, 113. Greater, Adjective, 19; comparative Degree, 20; formed by adding er to the positive Stute,

Air, and ye Elements! the eldest Birth Of Nature's womb

-Ye Birds! Bear on your Wings and in your Notos

his Praise. Hail universal Lord! be

21. Air, Elements, Nouns, 3. And, Conjunction, 107. The, Article, 2. El. deft, Adjective, 19 ; superlative Degree, 20; peculier in its Comparison, 23 ; fet before its' Noun, 138. Birth, Noun, 3, Nature's, Noun, 3 ; genitive, Cafe, 1297 formed by adding s to the Nominative, 18. Womb, Noun, 3. Birds, Noun, 3; plural Number, 4; formed by adding s to the singular 5 ; second Person, 56. Bear, Verb, 30; irregular, 102; imper, ative Mode ; 35; plural Number and second Perfon, 54; agreeing with its Agent, Birds, 113. On, Preposition, 108. Your, Pronoun, 24; genitive Cafe denoting Polesion, 134; referring to a Noun of the plural Number, 130 Wings, Noun, 3 ; plural Number, 4; ve made by adding's ta the fingular, 5. In, Preposition, 108. Notes, Noun, 3. His, Pronaun, 24 ; referring to a Naun of the

į masculins

-bounteous still To give us only Good :-- [Milton.]

masculine Gender, 130. Praise, Noun, 3. Hail, a Verb used only in Salutation,

1,30. Lord, Noun, 3. Be, Verb neuter, 31; imperative Mode, 35 ; fingular Number, second Person, 54;

agreeing with its Subjeet, Lord, 113. Bounteous, an Adjece tive, 19; one that must be compared by the Adverbs, 141. Still, an Adverb, 105. To, Sign of the infinitive Mode, 47. Give, Verb, 30; irregular, 102 ; infinitive Mode, 37. Us, Pronoun, 24; , plural Number, accusative Cafe, 25; governed of the Preposition, To,

suppressed after Verb of giving, &c. 150. Only, Adverb, 105. Good, Adjective, 19; peculiar in its Comparison, 23 ; fet absolutely, the Word, Things, being understood, 139.

Note. Though the proper use of a Conjunction is to connect the Parts of a Discourse together, and of an Adverk to express fonie Circumstances of an Action, &c. yet in fome Instances, the same Word may seem to answer both these Purposes; in which Cafe it is not very material, whether we call it an Ad. verb, or a Conjunction.

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