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Progressive Games                         135
Example:
1.  The picture of a whip or switch.
2.  A buxom negress.
3.  A photograph of a Venus—slightly coloured.
4.  A woman washing clothes.
5.  People at work, or Millet's "Angelus."
6.  A map of Africa cut out of black paper—a chalk line across it.
7.  The words, " New York and Philadelphia."
Answers First table:
1.  Thomas Hood.                     4. Goldsmith.
2.  Eliza Cook.                           5. Clement C. Moore.
3.  Mother Goose.                      6. Abraham Lincoln. Second table:
1.  Washington Irving.             8.  Goethe.
2.  Chas. Reade.                        9.  Thackeray.
3.  Mme. de Stael.                  10.  Thomas Hughes.
4.  George Sand.                      n.  Dr. Johnson.
5.  Frances Burney.                12.  Cervantes.
6.  Rostand.                              13.  Defoe.
7.  Fenelon.                              14.  Tolstoi.
1. Thomas Hood.
4. Goldsmith.
2. Eliza Cook.
5. Clement C. Moore.
3. Mother Goose.
6. Abraham Lincoln.
Second table:
1. Washington Irving.
8. Goethe.
2. Chas. Reade.
9. Thackeray.
3. Mme. de Stael.
10. Thomas Hughes.
4. George Sand.
11. Dr. Johnson.
5. Frances Burney.
12. Cervantes.
6. Rostand.
13. Defoe.
7. Fenelon.
14. Tolstoi.
Third table:
1.  "The Parents' Assistant"—Maria Edgeworth.
2.  "Black Beauty"—Anna M. Sewell..
3.  "The Tinted Venus"—Anstey.
4.  "The Madonna of the Tubs' '—Elizabeth Stuart Phelps.
5.  "The Workers"—Walter Wyckoff.
6.  "Across the Dark Continent"—Stanley.
7.  "The Quick and the Dead"—Amelie Rives.
PROGRESSIVE CONVERSATION
An equal number of young men and maidens take part. The girls are seated, and the men, butterfly-like, flit from flower to flower.
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