Aurelia Cammerleigh-Mulliner is a very proper young lady, and when faced with the daunting task of writing proper thank you notes for all of her wedding presents, she was more than willing to compose a handwritten note for each. The only problem being, the gifts had become detached from their wrappings by her pin-headed groom, Archibald, and she had only these jumbled clues to figure out which guest donated which gift.
Four types of item were received: decanter, clock, fish slice, and cow creamer (there were two of one item). The five guests who must have given them were: Algy, Catsmeat, Corky, Stiffy, and Madeline. The gifts were all from different countries: England, Switzerland, Spain, Canada, and Denmark. They were received in differently decorated wrapping paper - one with wedding bells, one with silver stripes, one with lace, one with tiny hearts, and one with lovebirds on it.
On opening them, Aurelia had assigned each gift a different adjective, one she deemed "lovely", one "thoughtful", then one was "useful", there was a "pretty" one and a "priceless" gift.