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Question 1: [22] On their return journey they viewed at ________ several pictures attributed to van Dyck.
Edison, New JerseyMiddlesex County, New JerseyPerth Amboy, New JerseyNew Brunswick, New Jersey

Question 2: The letters which the future ________ wrote during his visit to the United States are interesting reading but his quest was unsuccessful.
Lord ChancellorHer Majesty's Most Honourable Privy CouncilHome SecretaryDepartment for Constitutional Affairs

Question 3: [28] The excavations at Pompeii greatly interested him and in company with Ralph Izard of South Carolina (whose family portrait he later painted) he extended his journey to ________.
Cilento and Vallo di Diano National ParkCilentoVeliaPaestum

Question 4: A book of Copley's studies of the figure, now at the ________, proves that before he was twenty, whether with or without help from a teacher, he was making anatomical drawings with much care and precision.
Imperial War MuseumNational Gallery (London)Victoria and Albert MuseumBritish Museum

Question 5: Mr. and Mrs. ________ (Sarah Morris) (1773)
Thomas Wharton Jr.Benjamin FranklinJoseph Reed (jurist)Thomas Mifflin

Question 6: The circumstances of this visit, which was supplemented by a few days in ________, were first disclosed through Prof.
PhiladelphiaAllentown, PennsylvaniaPittsburghHarrisburg, Pennsylvania

Question 7: About May 20 he started on a tour northward through Florence, Parma, Mantua, Venice, Trieste, Stuttgart, Mainz, ________, and the Low Countries.

Question 8: Clarke, was the merchant to whom was consigned the tea that provoked the ________.
Townshend ActsIntolerable ActsBoston Tea PartyStamp Act 1765

Question 9: The ________ brought hard times.
First French EmpireGrande ArméeNapoleonic WarsNapoleon I

Question 10: He painted portraits of ________, John Quincy Adams, and other Bostonians who visited England.
Thomas JeffersonMartin Van BurenBenjamin FranklinJohn Adams


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