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THE SOVEREIGNS AND

GOVERNMENTS OF FRANCE,

FROM THE

ACCESSION OF CHARLEMAGNE,

TO THE PRESENT TIME.

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A. D. 768

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Date, Reign.

46

814 26

840 37

877 2

879 3

882 2

884

3

887 10

898

23

921 2

923 13

936 18

954 32

986 2

988 8

996

35

1031 29

1060 48

1108 29

1137

43

1180

43

1223 3

1226 44

1270 15

1285 29

1314 2

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Sovereigns of France-Continued.

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55 Charles X.

56 Louis Philippe,

57 New Republic, Louis Napoleon, President

A. D. 1316

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Date, Reign.

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1316 5

1321 7

1328 22

1350 14

1364 16

1380 42

1422 39

1461 22

1483

15

1498 17

1515 32

1547 12

1559 1

1560 14

1574 15

1589 21

1610 33

1643

72

1715 59

1774 18

1792 1

1793 2

1795 4

1799 5

1804 10

1814 1

1815 9

1824 6

1830 18

1848

HOMOPHONIC ANALOGIES

SOVEREIGNS OF FRANCE.

SOVEREIGNS.

CHARLEMAGNE,

CARLOMAN,

EUDES,

RODOLPH,

LOTHAIRE,

HUGH CAPET,
NAPOLEON,

LOUIS PHILIPPE,

REPUBLIC,

DIRECTORY,

CONSULATE,

RESTORATION,

HENRY III.

HENRY IV.

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Kings by the name of HENRY. Adopted Articulation, RE.

HENRY I.

HENRY II.

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HOMOPHONIC ANALOGIES

A Chart of Maine.

A Carman.

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Yew Trees.

A Dolphin.

A Low Chair.

A Huge Chapel.
Napoleon.

Louis Philippe.
Republic.
Director.
A Consul.
Restoration.

Kings by the name of FRANCIS. Adopted Articulation, FRE.

FRANCIS I.

FRANCIS II.

Ri-te.

Ru-in.
Ro-om.

Ra-re.

Fri-ght.
Fro-wn.

te, 1

ne, 2

me, 3

re. 4

te, 1

ne. 2

Adopted Articulation, JE.

Je-ddo.

de, 1

Ju-ne.

ne. 2

Kings by the name of ROBERT. Adopted Articulation, ROB.

ROBERT I.
ROBERT II.

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Kings by the name of LOUIS. Adopted Articulation, LO.

La-d.

La-ne.

La-mb.

LOUIS I.

LOUIS II.

LOUIS III.

LOUIS IV.

LOUIS V.

LOUIS VI.

LOUIS VII.

LOUIS VIII.

LOUIS IX.

LOUIS X.

LOUIS XI.

LOUIS XII.
LOUIS XIII.

LOUIS XIV.

LOUIS XV. .

LOUIS XVI.

LOUIS XVII.

LOUIS XVIII.

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Law-yer.

Low-ell.

Le-dge.

Lo-ck.

Lo-af.

Lea-p.

Kings by the name of CHARLES. Adopted Articulation, HAR

CHARLES I.

CHARLES II.
CHARLES III.
CHARLES IV.

CHARLES V.

CHARLES VI.

CHARLES VII.

CHARLES VIII.
CHARLES IX.

CHARLES X.

Li-ght-house.
Low-tide.

La-tin.

Low-dome.

Low-door.

Low-dial.

Low-dutch.

Low-dike.

La-dy wife.

Har-t.

Her-on.

Har-m.

Harr-ier.

Hur-ly.

Har-sh.

Har-k.

Sher-iff.

Har-p.

Ar-ts.

de, 1

ne, 2

me, 3

re, 4 le, 5

je, 6

ke, 7

fe, 8

Fo-am.

Fa-ir.

Fi-le,

Fi-sh.

pe, 9

te, se, 10 te, de, 11

Kings by the name of PHILIP. Adopted Articulation, FE.

PHILIP I.
PHILIP II.

te, 1

Fi-ght.
Fi-n.

ne, 2

PHILIP III.

me, 3

PHILIP IV.

re, 4

PHILIP V.

le, 5

PHILIP VI.

she. 6

te, ne, 12

de, me, 13

de, re, 14

de, le, 15

de, che, 16

de, ke, 17

de, fe. 18

te, 1

ne, 2

me, 3

re, 4

le, 5

she, 6

ke, 7

fe, 8

pe, 9

te, se. 10

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LAWYER, Pay Homage to a Thief. LOW CHAIR, A Pillow for a Weary Man. LOWELL, A Boy's Fashion. HUGE CHAPEL,

A Boy with a Heavy Fife.
ROBIN,
A Pea-patch or a Mill.

RITE,

RABBIT, Open Den.

DOLPHIN, Open Medium.

Dismayed or Unhappy.

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