Rebus. Not intended to be guessed or revealed in the same manner as the above; but is, on the contrary, as its name implies, a saying with its rejoinder; as the following example will bear out: One hundred and fifty, if rightly applied To a place where the living did once all reside; Or a consonant joined to a sweet singing bird, Will give you a name that you've oftentimes heard, And one which, I've no doubt, some friend of your's owns, - 'Tis the rival of Smith, and as common as Jones.

[Ans. - (Cl-ark, C-lark,) Clark.