I LANGUAGE, The English language must appear ap-pear fearfully and wonderfully made to a foreigner. One of them looking at a picture of a number of vessels, said 'See what a flock of ships.' He was told that a flock of ships was c.sll ed a fleet, and that a fleet of sheep was-called was-called a flock. And it was added, for his guidance, in mastering the intricacies intrica-cies of our language, that a flock of girls is called a bevy, that a bevy o! wolves is culled a pack, and a pack of thieves is called a gang, and that a ganS angels is called a host, ant' a host of porpoises is called a shoal, and a shoal of buffaloes is called a herd, and a herd of children is called a troop, and a troop of partridges is called a covey, and a covey of beauties is called a galaxy, and a galaxy ul HH ruffians is called a horde, and a horde Bfl of rubbish is called a heap, and a heap of oxen is called a drove, and a drove of blackguards is called a mob, Hj and a mob of whales is called a school and a school of worshipers is called a congregation, and a congregation of engineers is called a corps, and a corps of robbers is called a band, and u biiud o lo. ust U called a .sworm. and a swarm of people is called a crowd.