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MERRIMENT

13 sorts

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See List at back of Cover

A stands
a

for Acorn, whence springs the

for the Buttercup, Briar, and Bluebell,

Oak tree, And also for Apple,


fruit

to

please

First and last for the sight, and the

me.

centre for smell.

for the Cowslip, for wine to make

darling Daisy, that the decks

merry,

green

field,

The while after dinner we eat the plump


Cherry.

And

what, more than

Damson, nice eating can yield.

the Elder, whose berries give wine,


is

for the Fuchsia, with flower red and

bright,

And

the Crane's-bill, Embroidered, best


tiow'ret of mine.

And

its

the Fig, with sweetness, that tends to delight.

Geranium, in windows so fair,


the

gives the Hollyhock, Rose- Mallow

named
Also
for

And

the Grape, with which few other


fruits

Honeysuckle,

can compare.

outer famed.

walk

is

the Ivy
tree,

is Jasmine, a shrub with a flower most

embracing the

sweet,

And

Italy's Apple,

which

seldom

we

Likewise Jargonelle, the best pear you can eat.

King Ranunculus,
a flower prize
;

for

that

all

whence
flows,

the Lemon, acid juice

'Tis also for Kernel,

And Lupine,

that stone supplies.

fruit

a plant that the gard'ner well knows.

M
And

stands for
fruit

Mulof the

N the Narcissus, with


Daffodil beauties displayed,

berry,
best,'

the bright

[Mig-

And the Wut, in whose


cracking
efforts are

nionette, of much beauty possest.

great

made.

O,

from

yellow Orange, Portugal's

P the ripe Plum,


the

and
so

clime,

Primrose meek;
fruit

And

the Olive, from that's the ; peace-fruit sublime.

Not a
flower

nor

Spain

you better

can seek.

Q,
The

Quince

Quickset, can deny


latter for

and no one
hedge,

R, Rose and Raspberry,


suit

children

to

The

and the former for


pie.

one choicest flower, the other

sweet

fruit.

is

the Strawberry,

Sweet -william,
likewise,

T, Tulip, or Tamarind properly


traced

Which,
prize.

as fruit or as

The one
taste.

for the gaze,

flower,

we

equally

and the other for

U,

from

deadly Upas, Javanese

V brings

the Violet,

tree;

But the Under-leaved Cyder 's the liquor


for

which no one can mock, Or the brilliant Verbena, and Virginia


Stock.

me.

W,

stands
the

for

Walnut, and
all,

Xanthium,

and

Wall-flower gay,

Admired by
true
taste display.

who

Xylon also The Burdock, and


Cotton, as botanists

can

know.

Y, Yellow
and night

Gentian,
-

With its funeral leaves


o'er

waving

the

graves

Yew,

dropping dew.

Z,

Zante

Dates,
Orchis,

The Writer,

think,

Zebra

may
pen.

relinquish his

and then,

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