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THE SOVEREIGNS AND
GOVERNMENTS OF FRANCE,..

FROM THE

ACCESSION OF CHARLEMAGNE,

TO THE PRESENT TIME.

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1 Charlemagne, 2 Louis. I. .. 3 Charles I... 4 Louis II. . 5 Louis III. . 6 Carloman, .. ng Charles II. . 8 Eudes, 9 Charles III., 10 Robert I... 11 Rodolph,' .' 12 Louis IV, 13 Lothaire, 14 Louis V. . 15 Hugh Capet, .' 16 Robert II. . 17 Henry I. . 18 Philip I. . 19 Louis VI. . 20 Louis VII. . . 21 Philip II. . 22 Louis VIII. . 23 Louis IX. . . 24 Philip III. . . 25 Philip IV. . 26 Louis X. . .

Date. Roign. A. D. 768 46 . : 814 26

• 840 37 . . 877 · 2

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8822 . . . 884 3

887 • .

898 23

9212 • .

923 13 936 18 954 32

986 . . . . 988 8

•' . 996 35 ·' ' 1031 29

. . 1060 48 . . . 1108 29

. . 1137 43 . . . 1180 43

. . 1223 3 . . . 1226 44

. . . 1270 15 . . . . 1285 29

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Sovereigns of France-Continued.

Date. Reign. 27 John I.

. . A, D. 1316 0 28 Philip V. . . . . . 1316 5 29 Charles IV. .

. 1321 7 30 Philip VI,

1328 22 31 John II. .

• . . 1350 14 32 Charles V. . . . . . 1364 16 33 Charles VI.,

.. 1380 42 34 Charles VII. .

1422 39 35 Louis XI. . :..

. . . 1461 22 36 Charles VIII. .

. . 1483 15 37 Louis XII. . :

i 1498 17 38 Francis I. . . i . . 1515 32 39 Henry II. . . . . . . . 1547 12 40 Francis II. .

15591 41 Charles IX. .

1560 14 42 Henry III. . .

1574 15 43 Henry IV..

1589 21 44 Louis XIII.

1610 33 45 Louis XIV. . . . . . . . . . . 1643 72 46 Louis XV., . .

. . 1715 59 47 Louis XVI... . . . . . . . . . . 1774 18 48 Republic, . . . . . . . . 1792 1 49 Louis XVII. . . . . . . 1793 2 50 Directory, .

: .. .. 1795 4 51 Consulate, . ' : : 17995 52 Napoleon I. . . . . . 1804 10 53 Restoration, . . . . . . 1814 1 54 Louis XVIII. .

• 1815 9 55 Charles X. . . . . . . 1824 6 56 Louis Philippe, . . . . . 1830 18 57 New Republic, Lomi

svapoleon, President 1848

HOMOPHONIC ANALOGIES

FOR THE
SOVEREIGNS OF FRANCE.

SOVEREIGNS.

HOMOPHONIC ANALOGIES CHARLEMAGNE, . .' . A Chart of Maine. CARLOMAN,'. . . . A Carman. EUDES, . . . . . Yew Trees. RODOLPH, . . . . A Dolphin. LOTHAIRE, . . . . A Low Chair. HUGH CAPET,

.. A Huge Chapel. NAPOLEON,

.. Napoleon. LOUIS PHILIPPE, . . Louis Philippe. REPUBLIC, . . . . Republic, DIRECTORY, . . . Director. CONSULATE, . . . . A Consul. RESTORATION, . . . . Restoration.

Kings by the name of HENRY. Adopted Articulation, RE. HENRY I. . . . . . Ri-te.

te, 1 HENRY II. . . . . Ru-in."

ne, 2 HENRY III..

.. Ro-om.

me, 3 HENRY IV. . . . . . Ra-re. .

re. 4 Kings by the name of FRANCIS. Adopted Articulation, FRE. FRANCIS I. . . . . Fri-ght.

te, 1 FRANcis II. . . . . Fro-wn.

ne. 2 Kings by the name of JOHN. Adopted Articulation, JE. JOhn I. . . . . . Je-ddo.

de, 1 JOHN II. . . . . . Ju-ne.

Kings by the name of ROBERT. Adopted Articulation, ROB. ROBert I. . . . . Rabb-it.

te, 1 ROBERT II. . . . . Rob-in.

ne. 2

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Kingsyby the name of LOUIS. Adopted Articulation, LO. ILQuis I.

• La-d.

de, 1 LOUIS, II. . . . . La-ne. LOyıs III. . . . . . La-mb. LOuis, IV. . . . . . Law-yer. LOUIS V. . . . . . . Low-ell. .LOuis. VI. .

Le-dge. LOUIS. VII. . . . . Lo-ck. LQUIS, VIII. . . . . . Lo-af. LOuis IX. . . . . . Lea-p. · LOuis X. . . . . , Li-ght-house. te, se, , LOUIS XI. . . . . . . . Low-tide. te, de, 11 LOuis XII. . . . . La-tin. te, ne, 12 LOuis XIII. . . . . Low-dome. de, me, 13 LOuis XIV. . .

. Low-door. de, re, 14 LOuis XV.. . . . . Low-dial. de, le, 15 · LOUIS XVI. , , . . Low-dutch. de, che, 16. LOuis XVII. . . . . Low-dike. de, ke, 17 LOUIS XVIII. . . . . La-dy wife. de, fe. 18

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· Kings by the name of CHARLES: Adopted Articulation, HAR . CHARLES I. . . . . . Har-t.

te, 1 CHARLES II. .. .

. Her-on. CHARLES III. . . . . Har-m.

me, 3 CHARLES IV. . . . Harr-ier.

re, 4 CHARLES V. . . . . Hur-ly. CHARLES VI.

. . Har-sh. - CHARLES VII. . . . . Har-k.

ke, 7 CHARLES VIII. . . . Sher-iff.

fe, 8 CHARLES IX. . . ..Har-p.

pe, 9 , .CHARLES X. i . . .

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Kings by the name of PHILIP. Adopted, Articulation, FE. : PHILIP I. . . . . .Fi-ght.

te, 1 PHILIP II. . . . . Fi-n.

PHILIP III. . . . .Fo-am. | PHILIP IV. . . . . Fa-ir.

PHILIP V. . . . . . Fi-le,
PHILIP VI. . . . . . . Fi-sh.

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FORMULAS FOR

THE
SOVEREIGNS OF FRANCE.

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A Hat is a better head-dress than

A CHART OF MAINE, for

ay Chief in Russia. Honey is relished by every

LAD, and often kept in

A Hive or a Trench! A Home would not suit a

HART, if it was filled with

Fire or Smoke. A Harrow is used in many a . . .

LANE, in cultivating the

Fig and Cane. A Hill makes a good pasture for the

LAMB, an animal that is fond of the

Fig and Palm. A Hedge would afford a shade for a

CARMAN, where he could play on

A Fife at Noon. A Hawk can very easily catch a

HERON,

View a Farm. Ivy climbing

YEW TREES, would resemble

Ivy Fagots. An Abbey might be damaged, or receive

HARM, though it is not often

A Fop's Fine Home. The Woods are a favourite resort of the

RABBIT, an animal that lives in an

Open Den. A Date would not be eaten by a

DOLPHIN, a fish that likes to live in an

Open Medium A Den is not a place where a

LAWYER, would

Pay Homage to a Thief. A Dome does not look much like a

Low CHAIR, nor like

A Pillow for a Weary Man. A Deer seldom appears in

LOWELL, or attempts to dress in

A Boy's Fashion. A Doll is not oftener seen in a

HUGE CHAPEL, than

A Boy with a Heavy Fife. A Ditch is not an agreeable place for a

ROBIN, a bird that would rather live in A Pea-patch or a Mill. A Dike is not often the scene of a ceremony or

RITE, where persons are

Dismayed or Unhappy.

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