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A Pit, - .. . in the ground, is not as good a
Pitt.

dwelling, as An Edifice Large, A Jeweller, . . often lives in SCHILLER.

An Edifice Large. A Fox, . . . . while running, will sometimes Fox.

Dive into a Sea, or Huge Lake. A Brand, · · · does not contain as much wood, as BRANT.

An Edifice or a Cudgel. A Parson, · · · usually has in his house, PORSON.

A Wife, a Sofa, and a Harp. Panes of Glass, need not be very large, to put in ΡΛΙΝΕ.

the

Edifice of a Pigmy. A Grange, is a plantation, where can be seen LAGRANGE.

A Dove and a Tame Cuckoo. A Teacup, . . often contains TECUMSEH.

Food in a Merry Home. Fulton's Steamboat, was scoffed at, by both the FULTON.

Devout and Lawless. Marshal Ney, . tried to lead a campaign, that Ner.

should be Fatal to Russia. Sheridan Knowles, in one of his dramas, describes SHERIDAN.

A Thief in a Dutch Jail. Current Money, , will sometimes buy CURRAN.

A Vote for a Gay Jockey. Caius Cassius, - performed hard labor enough, to KOSCIUSKO.

Fatigue the Genii. A Stall, .. is a place in the street, where they DE STAEL.

sell

Food and Cloth. White, . ., is the color of

A Dove and a Tub of Foam. West, .... is the direction, that many West.

Advance for Fun. Banks, - ... were first established, at BANKS.

Venice by a King. Naples, - ... is the residence of many NAPOLEON.

A Vain Italian

WATT.

A Rare Shell,. . is not as fragrant, as
HERSCHEL.

A Heavy Nenuphar.
Canova's Last Statue, looked like
CANOVA.

A Divine Angel A Deer Skin, . . would make a good coat, for the ERSKINE.

Divine Mogul A Gambler, . . does not like to be arrested, by KEMBLE.

A Vain Home Judge. Busy Heirs, . . usually have BOZZARIS.

A Fine Merry Home. A Baron, · · · in decorating his person, uses BYRON.

Finery Much. Jefferson's Writings, gave him JEFFERSON.

A Fine Showy Fame. Ptolemy, ... rather build a pyramid, than TALMA.

Finish a Gem. Rough Coal, . . is burned in the ROCHEFOUCAULD.

Evening in an Office. Rough Coal, · · is burned in the Roscoe.

Evening in an Office. Low Land, - - makes a gond pasture for LALANDE.

A Fawning Calf. The Police, .. sometimes arrest LA PLACE.

A Thief or a Young Covey. A Bee Tree, · · is a greater prize to the bee hunt.

BEETHOVEN. er, than A Fine Oak Log. Davy's Safety Lamp, is, in dark mines, Davy.

A Fine Pilot. A Red Jacket, . is as red, as a drunkard's RED JACKET.

Famous Face. The St. Lawrence, is a river that has trees on its banks,

LAWRENCE. that make A Famous Shade. A Plover, - .. would not live long in the BOLIVAR.

Fume of the Sirocco. Sidney, - . . .. is a town, that is as white as

SIDDONS. White Foam or a White Coach.

A Boiled Ham, would be highly prized, at
BENTHAM.

A Famine or a Fair.
Girdle, · · · is worn by those who prefer
GOETHE.

Fame to Infamy. A Giver, ... sometimes gives away CUVIER. :

Heavy Money or a Gem. A Scout, ... would make a good sailor, to furl Scott.

A Stiff Main-sheet. Spurzheim's Phrenology, brought him SPURZHEIM.

Fame and Knowledge. The Force of Will, will act out nature, and WILBERFORCE.

Defy Mimicry. Lafitte, · · · · was a pirate, who attacked ships,

LA FAYETTE. and threw Foam on the Rigging. Hemans' Poems, . are good studies, for those who HEMANS. have

Fame to Learn. Chaining · · · a man, will make him ever after, CHANNING.

Frown on a Chain. A Camel, · · · often goes a journey, with CAMPBELL.

A Wayfarer and a Jockey. Jackson Men, . are opposed to JACKSON.

Every Holy Whig Foe. At the death of Story, his friends bade STORY.

Farewell to the Judge. A Hood, ... when worn by a young girl, makes HOOD.

her look like A Fairy Lark. O'Connell's death, caused a greater commotion than O'CONNELL.

Firing a Gun.

Distinguished Persons-Alphabetical Order.

1. Æschylus, - - B. c. 529 | Addison, - A. D. 1719 47 Æsop, - - - - 597 Alfieri, - - 1803 54 Alexander, - - - 323 Ariosto, - - 1533 59 Anacreon, - - 474 Arkwright, . 1792 60 Aristides, - - - 467 Arminius, - - 1609 49 Aristophanes, - - 389 Bacon, - - 1626 66 Aristotle, - - - 321 Banks, - - - 1820 77 Artaxerxes I., . - 425 Barrow, - - 1679 49 Cæsar, - • - 44 Beethoven, - - 1827 57 Cicero, - - - - 43 Bentham, - 1832 84 Confucius, . . 531 Black, - - - 1799 71 Demosthenes, . - 322 Blackstone, - 1780 57 Diogenes, - - - 323 Blake, - - - 1657 59 Epaminondas, . - 362 Boccacio, - - 1375 62 Epicurus, - - - 271 Boileau, . . 1711 75 Euclid, - - - - 300 Bolingbroke, - 1751 73 Euripides, - - 480 Bolivar, - - 1830 47 Fabius, - - - - 204 Bossuet, - - 1704 77 Herodotus, - - 456 Boyle, - - - 1691 64 Homer, - - - 907 Bozzaris, - - 1823 43 Horace, - - - 8 Brahe, - - - 1601 55 Lycurgus, - - - 884 Brant, - - 180765 Ovid, - - - 43 Brindley, - - 1772 56 Pericles, . - - 429 Bruce, . . 1329 55 Pindar,

442 Buffon, - - - 1788 81 Plato, - - - - 347 Burke, - - 1797 67 Pythagoras, - - 497 Burns, - - - 1796 37 Roscius,

Byron,

1824 36 Sallust, - - - 35 Calvin, - - - 1564 55 Sappho, - - - 614 Camoens, - - 1579 62 Socrates, - - - 400 Campbell, - - 1844 67 Solon, . . . . 594 Canova, - - 1822 65 Sophocles, - - 495 Cervantes, - - 1616 69 Terence, - - - 191 Channing, - 1842 62 Theocritus, - - 285 Charles XII. - 1718 36 Thucydides, - , . 400 Chatham, - 1778 70 Virgil, . - - 19 Chaucer, - - 1400 72 Xenophon, · · 360 Claude Lorraine, 1682 82

Distinguished Persons-Alphabetical Order.

2. Coke, . A. D. 1632 81 / Harvey, A. D. 1657 79 Columbus, - - 1506 71 Hemans, • • 1835 42 Cook, - - 1779 51 Herschel, - - 1822 84 Copernicus, - - 1543 70 Hogarth, - - 1764 67 Corneille,

1684 78 Hood, - - - 1845 47 Correggio, . - 1534 41 Hume, - - 1776 65 Cortez, - - 1547 62. Hunter, - - 1793 65 Cowper, . 1800 69 Jackson, - - 1845 78 Cranmer, - - 1556 67 Jefferson, - - 1826 83 Cromwell, . . 1658 59 Johnson, S., - 1784 75 Curran, - - 1817 67 Jones, - - - 1794 48 Cuvier, - 1832 63 Jonson, Ben, - 1637 63 D'Aguesseau, - 1751 83 Kemble, - - 1823 66 Dante, - - - 1321 56 Kepler, - - 1630 59 Davy, - - 1829 51 Knox, - - - 1572 67 De L'Epee, - 1789 77 Kosciusko, - 1817 62 Des Cartes, - 1650 54 La Fayette, - - 1834 77 Dollond, - . 1761 55 La Fontaine, - 1695 74 Drake, - . 1591 46 La Grange, - - 1813 77 Dryden, - - 1701 70 Lalande, - - 1827 78 Emmet, - - 1803 21 La Perouse, - 1788 47 Erasmus, - - 1536 69 | La Place, - - 1827 78 Erskine, • - 1823 75 Lavoisier, - , 1794 51 Euler, - - - 1783 76 Lawrence, - 1830 61 Fenelon, • • 1715 64 Leibnitz, . - 1716 70 Fox, - - - 1806 57 Linnæus, - . 1778 71 Franklin, - . 1790 84 Lionardo da Vinci, - 1519 67 Frederick II., 1786 74 Locke, . . 1704 72 Froissart, - 1400 67 Lope de Vega, - 1635 73 Fulton, - - 1815 50 Lorenzo de Medici, 1492 44 Galileo, .

1642 78 Loyola, - - - 1566 75 Garrick, - - 3779 63 Luther, - - 1546 63 Gibbon, - - 1794 57 Machiavelli,

1527 58 Goethe, - 1832 83 Mansfield, - - 1794 90 Gustavus Adolphus, 1632 38 Marion, . . 1795 63 Hale, - - - 1676 67 | Marlborough, 122 72 Hampden, . 1643 49 Mazeppa, - - 1709 59 Handel, - - 1759 75 Melancthon, - - 1560 63

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