poem about grammar

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Back in the mid-sixties, my English teacher had us memorize a poem about grammar that began: All names of persons, places, things are nouns as Caesar, Rome and kings.......I would like to know who wrote it and where I could find a copy of it.
 

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I've looked around and come up with nothing, but I'll keep trying.;-)
 

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The Eight Parts of Speech jingle

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<FONT face="Comic Sans MS" size=2><SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 11pt; FONT-FAMILY: 'Comic Sans MS'">1. All names of person, places, things,
 
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