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Title: Picture alphabet of nations of the world
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Title: Picture alphabet of nations of the world
Physical Description: 8 leaves : ill. ; 29 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Thomas Nelson & Sons ( Publisher )
Publisher: T. Nelson & Sons
Place of Publication: London
Edinburgh
Publication Date: [1874]
 Subjects
Subject: National characteristics -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Manners and customs -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Alphabet books -- 1874
Children's poetry -- 1874
Bldn -- 1874
Genre: non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Alphabet books
Children's poetry
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
Scotland -- Edinburgh
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General Note: Cover title.
General Note: Imprint also notes publisher's location in Edinburgh.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00004442
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 - AAA5833
notis - AJT8687
oclc - 05346012
alephbibnum - 001864203

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A fierce and powerful race of old,
In their wild mountain land,
Against the arms of Britain they
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THE BEDOUIN.'


But seldom from his faithful steed
Will Arab parted be;
Courageous, grave, and stern of mood,
He loveth liberty


THE CHINESE.'


Long have the Chinese race been famed
For their mechanic skill;
Reserved and proud, they follow out
Their old traditions still.


THE DYAKS.


Beneath the palms of Borneo
The Dyak women rest;
While by their side the warriors stand,
In martial colours drest.


THE EGYPTIANS.'


Where rolls the famous river Nile
Its waters to the main,
The Egyptian leads a simple life,
And tills the sandy plain.


THE FEEJEES.


The Feejee Islands form a group
Within the sunny zone;
Their people are a savage race,
To strife and bloodshed prone.


SAbyssinia is on the western shore of the Red Sea. The Dyaks are a race of Malays, living in the Island of Borneo.
2 The Bedouins dwell in the wildernesses of Arabia. Egypt is a country of Africa, bounded on the north by the Mediterranean.
SThe Chinese inhabit the empire of China in Eastern Asia. The Feeee Islands are situated in the South Pacific Ocean.


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THE JAPANESE.'


A handsome people are the Greeks,
Who own a classic land;
But restless, wayward, and disposed
To spurn a ruler's hand.


THE HINDOO.2


The Hindoo juggler's fame has spread
For strange and wondrous skill;
Unhurt he grasps the venomed snake,
And plays with it at will.


THE ITALIANS.8


Beneath a bright transparent sky
The blithe Italian lives,
And joys in all the wealth of flowers
And fruit that Nature gives.


In far Japan, a patient race
Is famed for arts of peace;
And still their wealth and still their power
Through industry increase.


THE KAMTSCHADALES.6


A land of frost, and ice, and snow,
A sky all cold and drear;-
Well may the peaceful Kamtschadales
Their coats of sable wear.


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THE LAPLANDER.6


With furs and skins all warmly clad,
And snow-shoes on his feet,
The Lapp skims o'er the frozen plains
With motion light and fleet.


SGreece is a country of Europe, washed by the Mediterranean. The islands included in the empire of Japan lie off the east coast of Asia.
2 India is a large territory in Southern Asia, belonging to England. Kamtschatka is situated in the extreme north-east of Asia.
' Italy is a country in the south of Europe. Lapland is a country of Northern Europe.


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THE MEXICANS.


A golden land is theirs; a land
Where Nature's gifts abound;
But idle, ignorant, and proud
The Mexicans are found.


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Among old Norway's piny woods
They dwell, a people brave;
The reindeer is their wealth, their friend,
Their playmate, and their slave!


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Where waves the palm-tree's leafy crest,
Where Southern waters smile,
The graceful Otaheitians till
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1Mexico occupies the southern portion of North America.
SNorway is one of the countries of Northern Europe.
a Otaheite is a beautiful island in the South Pacific Ocean.


A powerful race were they of yore,
Now fallen to decay;
Yet flowery Persia still can show
A people free and gay.


THE RUSSIAN.'



Russia to one of England's sons
Has given a charming bride;
Her people in their country feel
A just and noble pride.


THE SPANIARDS.



The Spanish dame around her form
The rich mantilla draws;
The Spanish cavalier his sword
Wields in his country's cause.


* Persia is a country in Asia bordering on British India.
6 Russia, a vast extent of country in Europe and Asia.
6 Spain occupies the south-west corner of Europe.


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Composed and calm the Moslem smokes

His pipe, and bows to Fate;
And even in the battle din
Preserves his mien sedate.


THE UNTERWALDER.*



The Unterwalders climb the rocks,
And there themselves conceal,
Until the foemen pass, when loud
Rings out their rifles' peal.


THE VENETIAN.8



The gay gondola o'er the wave

Of Venice lightly floats,
While each Venetian minstrel fills
The air with silver notes.


Turkey lies in the south of Europe and Asia.
SUnterwalden is a mountainous district of Switzerland.
SVenice, a city of Italy, on the Adriatic.


The fierce Wallachian keeps his herds
On many a marshy plain,
Or on the sunny mountain slopes

Gathers the golden grain.


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Quick and acute, with active brain,
And ever nimble mind,
In life's great race the Yankee ne'er

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THE ZEALANDER.'



In far New Zealand's fertile isles

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* Wallachia, a province of Turkey in Europe.
6 The Yankee, a nickname for an American of the United States.
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