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THE SOVEREIGNS OF ENGLAND.

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925

Dynasty 1. Old Saxon Kings. Date. Reign. 1 Egbert,

A. D. 827

11 2 Ethelwolf, .

838 19 3 Ethelbald,

857 3 4 Ethelbert,

860 6 5 Ethelred I.,

866 5 6 Alfred the Great,

872 28 ng Edward the Ancient,

900 25 8 Athelstan,

16 9 Edmund I.,

941 5 10 Edred,

948

7 11 Edwin,

955 4 12 Edgar,

959 16 13 Edward the Martyr,

975 4 14 Ethelred II.,

979 37 15 Edmund II.,

1016 1 Dynasty 2. Danish Kings. 16 Canute the Great,

1017 19 17 Harold I.,

1036 3 18 Hardicanute,

1039 3 Dynasty 3. New Saxon Kings. 19 Edward the Confessor,

1042 24 20 Harold II.,

1066 00 Dynasty 4. Norman Kings. 21 William I. (the Conqueror),

1066 21 22 William II. (Rufus), ·

1087 13 23 Henry I.,

1100 35 24' Stephen,

1135 19 Dynasty 5. Plantagenet Kings. 25 Henry II.,

1154 35 26 Richard I., Cæur de Lion, .

1189

10 27 John,

1199 17 28 Henry III.,

1216 56

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Dynasty 5. Plantagenet Kings—Continued 29 Edward I.,

1272 35 30 Edward II.,

1307

20 31 Edward III., .

1327 50 32 Richard II.,

1377 22 Dynasty 6. Lancaster Branch. 33 Henry IV.,

1399

14 34 Henry V.,

1413 9 35 Henry VI.,

1422 39 Dynasty 7. York Branch. 36 Edward IV.,

1461 22 37 Edward V., .

1483 00 38 Richard III.,

1483 2 Dynasty 8. Tudor Branch. 39 Henry VII.,

1485 24 40 Henry VIII.,

1509 38 41 Edward VI., .

1547 6 42 Mary,

1553 5 43 Elizabeth,

1558 45 Dynasty 9. Stuart Branch. 44 James I.,

1603 22 45 Charles I.,

1625 24 46 Cromwell,

1653 5 47 Charles II.,

1660 25 48 James II., .

1685 3 Dynasty 10. Nassau Orange Branch. 49 William IIl.,

1688 14 50 Anne,

1702 12 Dynasty 11. Brunswick Hanover Branch. 51 George I.,

1714 13 52 George II.,

1727 33 53 George III.,

1760 60 54 George IV.,

1820 10 55 William IV.,

1830 7 56 Victoria I.,

1837

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HOMOPHONIC ANALOGIES

FOR THE

SOVEREIGNS OF ENGLAND.

SOVEREIGNS.

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HOMOPHONIC ANALOGIES. EGBERT,

Head of a Bird. ETHELWOLF,

Head of a Wolf. ETHELBALD,

A Head that is Bald. ETHELBERT,

Head of a Bear. ALFRED THE GREAT, Halls of the Great. ATHELSTAN,

A Tall Stand. EDWARD THE ANCIENT, A Dreaded Ancient. EDWARD THE MARTYR, A Dreaded Martyr. EDWARD THE CONFESSOR, A Dreaded Confessor. CANUTE THE GREAT, A Canoe, and a Gate. HARDICANUTE,

A Large Canoe. EDRED,

A Red Head. EDWIN,

A Red Window. EDGAR,

Head Gear. STEPHEN,

Mr. Stephens. JOHN

Gin, CROMWELL,

A Ground Well. QUEEN MARY, .

A Merry Queen. QUEEN ELIZABETH, A Lazy Queen. QUEEN ANNE,

A Handsome Queen. QUEEN VICTORIA,

A Victorious Queen. Kings by the name of ETHELRED. Adopted Articulation, RED. ETHELRED I.

Red-hat. ETHELRED II.

Red-wine.

ne. 2 Kings by the name of EDMUND. Adopted Artic., ODD-ME. EDMUND I.

Odd ma-te.

te, I EDMUND II.

Odd ma-n.

ne. 2 Kings by the name of HAROLD. Adopted Articulation, ROL. HAROLD I.

Royal-toy.

te, 1. HAROLD II.

Royal-inn.

ne. 2 re. 4.

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Kings by the name of WILLIAM. Adopted Articulation, LE. WILLIAM I., the Conqueror, La-dy Conqueror. de, 1 WILLIAM II.

Lo-on.

ne, 2 WILLIAM III. .

Li-me. WILLIAM IV.

Ly-re. Kings by the name of HENRY. Adopted Articulation, NE. HENRY I.

Ni-ght.

te, 1 HENRY II.

Nu-n. HENRY III.

Na-me. HENRY IV.

New-year.

re, 4 HENRY V.

Na-il.

le, 5 HENRY VI.

No-tch.

che, 6 HENRY VII.

Na-g.

ghe, 7 HENRY VIII.

Kna-ve.

ve. 8 Kings by the name of EDWARD. Adopted Articulation, DE. EDWARD I.

De-bt.

te, 1 EDWARD II.

De-n. EDWARD III.

Di-me. EDWARD IV.

Dee-r.

re, 4 EDWARD V.

Do-il.

le, 5 EDWARD VI.

Du-tch.

che. 6 Kings by the name of RICHARD. Adopted Articulation, RICH. RICHARD I.

Rich-tea.

te, 1 RICHARD II.

Rich-inn. RICHARD III.

Rich-home.

me. 3 Kings by the name of JAMES. Adopted Articulation, ME. JAMEs I.

Ma-t.

te, 1 JAMES II.

Mai-ne.

ne. 2 Kings by the name of CHARLES. Adopted Articulation, AR. CHARLES I.

Ar-t.

te, 1 CHARLES II.

Ar-ena.

ne. 2 Kings by the name of GEORGE. Adopted Articulation, CHE GEORGE I.

Che-at.

te, 1 GEORGE II.

Cha-in. GEORGE III.

Chu-m. GEORGE IV.

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FORMULAS FOR

TH

SOVEREIGNS OF ENGLAND.

A City would make the

HEAD OF A BIRD,

A Heavy Unquiet Head. The Sun is a pleasanter sight than the

HEAD OF A WOLF, to one who is on the Foam of the Wavy Deep. A Swamp full of trees, is not much like A HEAD THAT IS BALD,

but it is a place where hunters procure Fuel and Game, A Sword is sometimes taken to cut off the HEAD OF A BEAR,

but it is oftener used in A Voyage or a Siege. A Cellar does not more resemble

A RED HAT, than it does

A Fish or a Shawl. The Sash of the soldier is seen in the HALLS OF THE GREAT,

who go to war with A Heavy Gun and a Knife. À School is sometimes kept by A DREADED ANCIENT, who likes to see his

Boys on a Snow-hill. A Sofa does not more resemble

A TALL STAND, than it does the

Piano of Lady Jay. A Sea-boat is used by the ship's

ODD-MATE, while chasing

A Pirate or a Whale. A Desk does not resemble the

RED HEAD, of a soldier, or

A Brave Whig. A Theatre often has

A RED WINdow, and, among its instruments, A Bell and a Lyre. A Tunnel is shaped some like Chinese

HEAD GEAR, or a kettle that is used to

Boil Potash. A Temple is a better residence for A DREADED MARTYR, than for

A Bugler. A Trap will not hold

RED WINE, so well as

A Boy's Cup or Mug. A Dollar is seldom found in the pocket of an ODD-MAN,

who is sleeping in A Wood-house or a Wood-shed. A Toy-shop often contains a miniature CANOE AND A GATE,

articles that children use, while Tasting of a Hot Bun.

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