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4. The river near whose banks brave Joan was
brought, And burnt to appease the English hate and
Pretty little harmless creature,
To this timid little pet.
Rich and blue the crop 'twill yield.
Of the sportsman keen beware.
Wilt thou e'er resume thy power ?
Though one is wont to roam,
In punctuality. 1. 'Twas grand to rule the wandering tribes of
old. 2. And equal scales of equity to hold.
3. Though with a name of utmost shame; 4. A name that's not unapt to lead to strife, 5. 'Twixt those who dwell in daily intercourse of
Each succeeds each, and man is blest
With time for labour and for rest. 1. I'm used by night and not by day. 2. A game some children love to play. 3. I'm used to silence outcry wild. 4. I gently soothe the wailing child. 5. When the bright glow of sunset fills the sky, How beautiful my Last, beholders cry!
One loves to jump, the other likes to crawl;. , One sings—the other has no voice at all. 1. A newspaper's ambitious name. 2. In Italy a town of fame. 3. Here lords and rogues together meet,
Those to be cheated, these to cheat. 4. If you have seven, keep them tight,
Don't lose them in a sudden fright. 5. Of kinsmanship a pleasant tie. 6. At Tara heard in days gone by. 7. The snows of Russia this large river feed. : 8. No flower, and yet we talk of beds and seed. 9. Not singular, but often odd, 10. This mountain's top is seldom trod. 11. A poet says that when I'm found Loud laughs the land with plenty crowned.
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