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ENGLISM.

SCOTCII.
A wright. Yet 'tis good Eng. A Carpenter

lish to say, a wheelwright Defunct

Deceast Evite

Avoid Part with child

Miscarry Notour

Notorious To want it

To be without a thing, eren

though it be not desirable To be difficulted

To be puzzled Rebuted

Discouraged by repulses For ordinary

Usually Think shame

Asham'd In favours of

In favour of Dubiety

Doubtfulness Prejudge

Hurt Compete

Enter into competition Heritable

Hereditary To remeed

To remedy Bankier

Banker Adduce a proof

Produce a proof Superplus

Surplus Forfaulture

Forfeiture In no event

In no case Common soldiers

Private men Big with a man

Great with a man Bygone

Past Debitor

Debtor Exeemed

Exempted Yesternight

Last night
Big coat

Great coat
A chimney
Annualrent

Interest
Tenible argument

Good argument Amissing

Missing To condescend upon

To specify

A grate

SCOTCH. To discharge To extinguish an obligation To depone A compliment To inquire at a man To be angry at a man To send an errand To furnish goods to him To open up Thucydide, Herodot, Sueton,

Butter and bread
Pepper and vinegar

Paper, pen and ink - Readily

On a sudden
As ever I saw
For
my

share
Misgive
Rather chuse to buy as sell
Deduce
Look't over the window
A pretty enough girl
'Tis a week since he left this

ENGLISH.
To forbid
To cancel an obligation
To depose
A present
To inquire of a man
To be angry with a man
To send off an errand
To furnish him with goods
To open, or lay open
Thucydides, Herodotus, Sue-

tonius
Bread and butter
Vinegar and pepper
Pen, ink and paper
Probably
Of a sudden
As I ever saw
For

my part Fail Rather chuse to buy than sell Deduct Look't out at the window A pretty girl enough "Tis a week since he left this

place
Come near the fire
To make up a new suit
Always
Cut off his hair
Call him
To dun, to ask payment
To get an appetite
Vacation

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A

TREATISE

OF HUMAN NATURE.

BEING AN ATTEMPT TO INTRODUCE THE

EXPERIMENTAL METHOD OF

REASONING INTO

MORAL SUBJECTS.

RARA TEMPORUM FELICITAS, UBI SENTIRE, QUÆ VELIS; ET QUÆ SENTIAS, DICERE LICET.

Tacitus.

BOOK I.

OF THE UNDERSTANDING.

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