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Group Title: Barton & Co.'s juvenile series
Title: Little man and the little maid
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 Material Information
Title: Little man and the little maid
Series Title: Barton & Co.'s juvenile series
Alternate Title: Indestructible pleasure books with coloured pictures
Physical Description: <14> p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Barton & Co
Publisher: Barton & Co.
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: 1858
Copyright Date: 1858
 Subjects
Subject: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1858   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1858   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' paper bindings (Binding) -- 1858   ( rbbin )
Hand-colored illustrations -- 1858   ( local )
Bldn -- 1858
Genre: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' paper bindings (Binding)   ( rbbin )
Hand-colored illustrations   ( local )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
General Note: Publication date from inscription.
General Note: Printed on linen with hand-colored pictures.
General Note: First and last leaves pasted to the wrappers.
General Note: "Printed and sold by Barton & Co."--Cover.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00003292
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: ltqf - AAA4444
notis - ALK2486
oclc - 47545714
alephbibnum - 002250734

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LITTLE MAN AND THE LITTLE MAID.




THERE was a little man,
And he had a little mind
To ask- a little maid for to wed, wed, wed.

He hover'd near h'erdoor,
As he counted out his ore,
Dressed in his coat of red, red, red.

When the little maid came out,
He turned him about,
And begg'd she would look at him, him,
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THE LITTLE MAN AND THE LITTLE MAID.

With his little heart so bold,
In his scarlet coat, and gold,
And all his other clothes in trim, trim,
trim.

The little maid looked mild,
And I think I've heard she smiPd,
As she told him to call tomorrow, morrow,
morrow.

The delay near broke his heart:
So great he felt the smart,
That he went to his home in sorrow,, sor-
row, sorrow.

And when he got there,
He sat him in a chair,
And sadly began for to think, think,
think,

Of what he should say
On the very next day,
For, alas! his little heart did sink, sink;
Sink.










THE LITTLE MAN AND THE LITTLE MAID.

For his offers, though sincere,
'Twas to him very clear,
Were but little to induce her to wed, wed,
Sed

The thought was so severe,
That he shed many a tear,
As he laid himself down on his bed, bed,
bed.

When the dawn began to peep
He awoke from his slep,
And ran to the door of his love, love,
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hlove :
Said he, "'ma all on fire,
And afraid I shall expire,
If you do not come to me, my dove, dove,
dove."

She awoke from her nap,
And in her nightcap
She spoke from her window in haste, haste,
haste:
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THE LITTLE MAN AND THE LITTLE A ND TE MAID.

"A Will your flames assist a little
To boil water in the kettle,
That some breakfast I may chance for to
taste, taste, taste?

::Then the little man he sat,
A-twirling of his hat,
On the upper step of the door, door, door;
She was really such a time,
That he thought he must resign
All hope. of ever seeing her more, more,
more.
At length she came to him,
And said Little sir, walk in,
And we'll talk this little matter o'er, o'er,
o'er;
If I consent to be your bride,
Pray how will you provide
For the things that I shall want by the
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Then the little man replied,
"I have little else beside
But love that I can offer to you, you,
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But e not afraid;
For the little that I have
Shall be yours, with a heart that is true;
true, true."

Then the little maid him eyed,
Until he almost cried,
So searching and so piercing was her look,
look, look.

With a smile his sorrow cures;
At length she says, "I'm yours;
Go and quickly bid the parson bring his
book, book, book."

I am come, sir, now,
(Making a very low bow,)
That I may acquaint ou 'with the news,
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THE LITTLE MAN AND THE LITTLE MAID.

T have taken it in my pate
To choose a loving mate,
So pray, Mr. Parson, do not muse, muse,
muse. .

He was going to say more,
When a rap at the door
Made them both for to jump with a start,
start, start.. : :
Tis," said he, C. a friend of mine
Come to ask me to dine
On turkey and on chine, and on tart, tart,
tart."
C :: What are :turkey and chine
:1 To love so hot as mine '
Said the loving little man,: as he sigh'd,
sigh'd, sigh'd: :d

CC Pray, think no more on it
Love has got on her bonnet,
All ready to be my willing little bride,
bride, bride."













































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THE LITTLE MAN AND THE LITTLE MAID.

To the little man and maid
The parson no more said,
But to church with them quickly went,
went, went.

And in presence of some
He soon made them one,
And happy to their home them sent, sent,
sent.

To the little man's great joy,
She soon had a little boy,
Which made the little man quite glad, glad,
glad.

And 'twas .the mother's pleasure
To nurse her little treasure,
Which such rapture did impart to his dad,
dad, dad.
Now every thing was smiling,
There was nothing like reviling,
While cheerful plenty crowned their labors,
labors, labors.








THE LITTLE MAN AND THE LITTLE MAID.



The little man with joy
Would take his little boy,
And show him all around to his neighbors,
neighbors, neighbors.






















BARTON & CO.'S

JUVENILE SERIES.
PRINTED ON LINEN.
1
LITTLE BOPEEP, with the story of HEN-
NY-PENNY.--7 Pictures.
2
COURTSHIP AND WEDDING OF COCK
ROBIN & JENNY WREN -7 Pictures.
3
HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT.-11 Pictures.
1dITTLE MAN & LITTLE MAID.-7 Pictures.
5
OLD MOTHER HUBBARD.-14 Pictures.
6
OLD WOMAN AND HER PIG -7 Pictures.
7
LIFE AND DEATH OF JENNY WREI,-
8 Pictures.
8
TOM THUMB'S ALPHABET.-28 Pictures.
9
THE CHILD'S FIRST NOUN-BOOK.-
27 -ictures.
ALSO, THE CHILD S FltST PRIMER AND
SCRIPTURAL ALPHABET (printed
on Linen Cloth. with Colored Letters.)




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