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1. A Greek Poet.

2. A bathing place.

3. A village in Oxfordshire.

4. An order.

5. Samaria's builder.

6. Father of a furious driver.

7. An un-English name for a river.
8. A flower.

6.

Exiles from native land are we,
To distant climes beyond the sea.

1. A heavenly creation

2. A Normandy duke.

3. A fashionable conveyance.

4. A victim of Circe.

5. An ancient King who broke the tenth com

mandment.

6. A firm refusal.

7. A nursery simpleton.

7.

This for many a night I ween,
Could in the Haymarket be seen.

1. Many this Monarch has hurled to the grave, Amid snow and ice, these adventurers brave. 2. This river small, in fair Italia's plain,

Saw Canna's fight, and saw the Roman slain. 3. The little way-side Inn knows not the vine, But has this ale, which far surpasses wine.

8.

If while doing my First you my Second have lost, You may just as well never have sent to the post.

1. Where both sexes congregate.

2. An insect.

3. This Peninsula caused many tears.

4. A useful compound.

5. A Heathen deity.

6. Sand and ashes.

9.

'Mid gorgeous pomp, a brilliant scene,

My First is at my Last;

It was a bonnie sight I ween,

To see the show go past.

1. In crowded courts oft seen,

A learned man I ween.

2. Inhuman father, he

In Dante you will see.

3. To comfort he did try,
But met with many a cry.

4. This by Dentists now is used,
But by many 'tis abused.

5. A nasty creeping thing

Which will a shudder bring.

10.

When standing upon consecrated ground,
Within my First my Second oft you've found.

1. A man, yet no man-one whose race disgraced The mighty demi-god of Greece displaced.

2. A living statue and a lady fair.

3. A powerful exile from his native air.
4. A source of honour, or may be a grave.
5. The Spanish title of a warrior brave.
6. The Roman crowd condemned his crime.
7. His laws remain from ancient time.

11.

Where'er my Second, there

my First should come,

But the place proper for my First is home.

1. An Irish cavalry quarter.

2. A town in India.

3. Retaliation.

12.

Time's sweetest beauty,
Man's thoughtful day,
Earth's brightest blessing,
Fading away.

1. Lowly by nature, toiling all day, Pointing a moral none can gainsay.

2. Iome of the sages, since passed away,
Stone work once reared by creatures of clay.
3. Raiment held sacred, once I appeared,
Symbol of power no longer feared.

4. If treated gently, then you will see
'Twere better for you to flee from me.

T. G.

13.

See how my First becomes my Last,
And when it through that phase has passed,
Though it may try with might and main,
My Last must be my First again.

1. My First for little children wrote.
2. See on my next a curious boat.
3. Here was a cup cast in the sea.
4. And this a thing that puzzles me.

5. This was an animal caught by the ears, Upon which a little boy gave three cheers.

14.

Hark! from my First there comes that joyous chime,

Which makes my Second famous for all time.

1. My First often life does take.
2. My Second's a great mistake.
3. I'm a monsieur in Shakespeare.
4. My leaf makes stains disappear.
5. Dangerous this, on a vicious colt.
C. Don't say this, when asked to bolt.

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