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H. Hang my Maid, Sally ! — but I'll scold her ! — My gown is slipp'd from off my shoulder, I. Indeed I'm true To none but you. J. Joie de mon Ame, Je vous reclame. 156 Ladies' Lotterj-. K. Kindly regard the happy Swain you wed ; — Clear be his heart, do you keep clear his head. L. Long Lankey, the lubber, lounged over the lawn^ Saw a pig at a distance, and thought it a fawn. M. Mourir plutot. Que d'etre trop top. N. N'ayez pas, O Demoiselles ! les trop tendres cocurs Comnie vous ctes aimables, ...soyez prudentes et pure? o. O dear ! — I've just torn down my shoe. And cannot dance j what must I do ? P. Pray, Pat, do not drink so much negus as yet ; Or I think that you scarcely will get down the set. 157 Ladies' Lotterv. o. Q. Stands for quizzing, quids, and queer, — We've none of those perfections here. R. Robert, at six — you'll be here with the carriage, — Perhaps, by that time, I may nick a marriage. S. Saivnetjs a brave and bonny Scot^ And hkes his dumphngs piping hot. T.