THE DANCE OF DEATH. PLATE XVII.THE PREACHER. Woe unto them that call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet fqr bitter ! Isaiah, v. 20. As he is preaching to his congregation, Death, who is behind him with a stole about his neck, holds over his head the bone of a dead body, and by shewing it to the assembly, preaches to them, undoubtedly, the most eloquent of all sermons. PLANCHE XVII.LE PREDICATEUR. Tandis qu'il preche son auditoire, la Mort qui est derrire lui, une etole au cou, eleve par-dessus sa t&te un os de mort, & en la montrant a. Passemblce lui fait sans doute le plus eloquent de tous les sermons.