Haydn symphonies : Nicknames

The following symphonies by Joseph Haydn (1732–1809) have nicknames or programmatic titles. Do you know what they are?
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Symphony
Nickname
#6 in D major
Le Matin
#7 in C major
Le Midi
#8 in G major
Le Soir
#22 in E-flat major
The Philosopher
#26 in D minor
Lamentatione
#30 in C major
Alleluja
#31 in D major
Hornsignal
#38 in C major
Echo
#43 in E-flat major
Mercury
#44 in E minor
Mourning
#45 in F-sharp minor
Farewell
#48 in C major
Maria Theresia
#49 in F minor
La Passione
#53 in D major
L’Impériale
#55 in E-flat major
The Schoolmaster
Symphony
Nickname
#59 in A major
Fire
#60 in C major
Il Distratto
#63 in C major
La Roxelane
#69 in C major
Laudon
#73 in D major
La Chasse
#82 in C major
L’Ours
#83 in G minor
La Poule
#85 in B-flat major
La Reine
#92 in G major
Oxford
#94 in G major
Surprise
#96 in D major
Miracle
#100 in G major
Military
#101 in D major
Clock
#103 in E-flat major
Drum Roll
#104 in D major
London
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