• TABLE OF CONTENTS
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 Front Cover
 Title Page
 Doll's Party
 Vain Girl
 Lizzie and Fashion
 Eva's Pet
 Rescue of Eva
 Girl's Party
 Dispensary
 May Queen
 Strawberries
 Going Along
 Ill Natured Girl
 Lizzie's Pet
 Back Cover














Group Title: Franklin toys
Title: The girl's cabinet of instructive and moral stories
CITATION THUMBNAILS PAGE TURNER PAGE IMAGE ZOOMABLE
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00000422/00001
 Material Information
Title: The girl's cabinet of instructive and moral stories
Series Title: Franklin toys
Alternate Title: Girls' cabinet
Physical Description: 24 p. : ill. ; 19 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Philip, 1798-1866
Baldwin, Enos ( Engraver , Binding designer )
Cozans, Philip J ( Publisher )
Smith, J. Calvin ( John Calvin ) ( Illustrator )
Publisher: Philip J. Cozans
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: 1856
 Subjects
Subject: Children's stories   ( lcsh )
Girls -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Conduct of life -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Readers (Primary)   ( lcsh )
Children's stories -- 1856   ( lcsh )
Moral tales -- 1856   ( local )
Publishers' paper bindings (Binding) -- 1856   ( rbbin )
Baldwin -- Signed bindings (Binding) -- 1856   ( rbbin )
Bldn -- 1856
Genre: Children's stories   ( lcsh )
Moral tales   ( local )
Publishers' paper bindings (Binding)   ( rbbin )
Signed bindings (Binding)   ( rbbin )
novel   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: by Uncle Philip.
General Note: Series statement at head of title.
General Note: Illustrations signed "Smith," possibly John Calvin Smith.
General Note: Each page printed within red decorative border.
General Note: The front wrapper designed and signed: E. Baldwin.
General Note: Wrapper printed and illustrated in blue and red.
Funding: Brittle Books Program
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00000422
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002250669
oclc - 19478273
notis - ALK2417

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Title Page
        Title Page
    Doll's Party
        Page 2
    Vain Girl
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Lizzie and Fashion
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Eva's Pet
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Rescue of Eva
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Girl's Party
        Page 11
        Page 12
    Dispensary
        Page 13
        Page 14
    May Queen
        Page 15
        Page 16
    Strawberries
        Page 17
        Page 18
    Going Along
        Page 19
        Page 20
    Ill Natured Girl
        Page 21
        Page 22
    Lizzie's Pet
        Page 23
        Page 24
    Back Cover
        Page 26
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awaken from its winter slumbers. The grass springs
up, the little birds sing and chirp, and display their
beautiful plumage. The trees shoot forth their buds,
the fruitful covering of future foliage. We no long-
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r and the mind. In many parts of Europe, on the
first of May, all the juveniles of both sexes, walk to
a neighboring wood, and breaking limbs off trees,
adorn them with ribbons and crowns of flowers.
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blowing of horns. They then return to their homes
and make their houses triumphant in the flowery
spoils. In the afternoon, a May pole is erected in
the centre of the village. The pole ;s consecrated
S to the goddess of flowers, and is profusely adorned
with them. It remains standing all the year.
The young girls then select by lot, one of their
S number to be crowned as May Queen. I,, is crown-
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for the rest of the day over the amusements of her
subjects. In the picture you see the May pole-the
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the most delicious of all berries. They are to be
found growing in a wild state in almost all temper-
ate climates. During the past few years, the con-
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as to make it a profitable berry to cultivate. Jane
Smith has been cultivating some berries, not for the
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beds. You see the kind of place she has chosen for
/* her beds. SI.-_i.-.1 and dark situations under the
drip of trees, are unfavorable for the fruit. You
should always choose an open, airy and warm ex-
posure. TIh. seeds should be sown in the spring, in
a bed of light rich mould. You must be careful and
not allow the weeds to grow up with your plants, as
they will be sure to kill them. The plants do not
bear the first season, but produce well the second.
The plant never bears fruit but once, and is then
turned down to make room for a new crop. You ,
must plant your seeds in rows, and do not plant any
thing else between the rows. The rows should be
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think this a great trouble, for you know how deli-
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Fourteen months old, and can walk across the room '
i a lone. She does not walk but runs. Itis amusing
to see her. She will crawl to the side of the room,
\i then stand up, and after balancing herself for a mo-
ment, she will run towards her mother. See how "
delighted they all seem. The father is pleased, to
see his little girl walk, for then, he can soon take
her out with him in his walks. You know that it
is said we must all creep before we walk," well, I
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centuries ago, there reigned over Thebes, Laius and
locasta. Laius was one day killed on the road as
he was airing i'la,-. 11 in his chariot. ..i after,
a terrible plague broke out in Thebes, and tie
Sphinx ravaged all the i.'i .1....ii.....l. I i.- Sphinx
gave out that the plague would cease and his
ravages be ended, when this riddle was solved:-
'What animal walks on four f. i in the :*'. "in:
two at noon day, and three in the (-.. iii..' N.:
of the wise men could solve it, and so their n,-!.r-
tune continued. At length, locasta the Queen, said
that whoever could solve the riddle, should be king
and have her hand in marriage. One (Edipsus hear
ing of the offer, and having been insulted in Corinth,
went to Th. i -,, and -.1,i rendered the solution of
the riddle. 'The animal,' lie said, was man. In
his infancy, the morning of i! he walks on hands
and feet: at manhood, the noon-day of life, he walks
on his feet alone: in old age, the evening of life, he
walks ; il, a stick.' (Edipsus was married to locas-
ta and reigned as King."


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g irl. See what a aanigry and unpleasant -

Sher countenamne in as assumed. -:. is aniry at her

sister and is tearing if a n ote. sent to her sister by
hIer grandmother. 1. will tell you the store. Ti.-
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to the house. ie had observed how violent and
overbearing Susan was, and how properly her sister
Annie behaved. Annie was of a gentle, mild, and
willing disposition. If Susan's brother should hap-
pen to take up her book, she would immediately
scream out in a sharp tone, "let my book alone."
If her brother should attempt to reply, she would
snappishly retort, "I don't care, you shall not med-
dle with it." Her conduct towards Annie was just
the same, in fact, she more than once answered her
grandmother in such a tart and abrupt manner, that
her mother whipped her for it.
A few days after the grandmother had left, there
was a package came for-" Miss Annie." It proved to
be a most beautiful writing desk, made of rosewood,
inlaid with mother-of-pearl. It was filled with fine
' paper, pens, wafers, sealing wax, and a nice seal. It
contained a note in these words :--" This present is
for a little girl who knows how to keep her temper.
From her affectionate grandmother." Susan was so
angry that she snatched the paper and tore it into
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LIZZIE'S PET.

L LIZZIE is showing her g Ia1I.iFL11rI her pet bird.
SHer g i.1 til: ihas the gout, and cannot walk. He
has to keep his foot resting on a stool, and all the
amusement lie has, is derived from Lizzie and her
pet bird. It i a Canary. Slhe has a nice blue rib-
bon fastened to its foot so that it cannot fly away.
It is eating a cherry from the hands of the old gen-
tieman. The Canary bird is the most charming of
all singing birds. They can be tamed and when
so, are very playful and full of ciper-. I will tell
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you some of their tricks. Some years ago, Tii'ie was
i an Italian gentleman exhibiting some funny birds
S in New York. I went to see him and his birds. -l
S One Canary jumped on the back of a crow and rode
S him around the room. Another Canary bird stood
on the barrel of a pistol, when his master discharged
I' ;it, without stirring at the report. The master then i
I'i suspended a- ring from the ceiling to within a few '
S feet of the floor. 1.i' ring was surrounded with
pitch and on fire. At his liblii-., four or five of ,
the birds would fly through the ring, without burn-
ing their feathers. He harnessed one to a little
: wagon and made him draw it around the table. I
was highly amused, and determined to buy a nice
Canary and learn it some tricks.
P' j I am saving my pennies, and will soon have a pet
like Lizzie's.


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