The illuminated primer for boys and girls

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Title:
The illuminated primer for boys and girls with illustrations printed in oil colors
Physical Description:
15 p. : col. ill. ; 19 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Hurd & Houghton ( Publisher )
Publisher:
Hurd and Houghton
Place of Publication:
New York
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Primers (Instructional books) -- 1865   ( rbgenr )
Alphabet rhymes -- 1865   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1865   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' paper bindings (Binding) -- 1865   ( rbbin )
Bldn -- 1865
Genre:
Primers (Instructional books)   ( rbgenr )
Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' paper bindings (Binding)   ( rbbin )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York

Notes

General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Publisher's advertisements: p. 4 of wrapper.

Record Information

Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
Rights Management:
All applicable rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier:
ltqf - AAA7818
notis - ALJ4311
oclc - 23456366
alephbibnum - 002243353
System ID:
UF00015216:00001

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BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.






OLIVER, in his uncle's boots,
Feels like a grown up
man;
But when he gets his papa's
hat,
Then match him if you

mcan.




PETER has taken his Father's
cane,
And putting his legs across,
-.Cries out, while trotting
around the room,
Get up, my fine little horsel'




QUACK I "Quack the ducks
are crying out;
They feel the summer,
rain,
And love to paddle in the
wet,
To look for seeds and
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BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.


Xx
X begins few words, you
know:
These little children have
a mind
To look their picture primer
through,
And see how many they
can find.

y y
Here is a YOUTH who is fond
of his book,
And is trying his lesson to
say ;
He knows very well there is
plenty of time
For learning, as well as
for play.


Z z
ZoB is here, with bright
smiling look-
She bids you. good-bye, as
you close up the book.







BOYS AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.


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RUTH is trying hard, you
see,
To teach her dog his A.B.C.
Although he loves Miss
Ruth-y well,
I fear he cannot learn to
. spell.


S s
SQUIRREL! what are you do-
ing there,
Up in the tree so high ?
.Eating my dinner of nuts
so rare,
From my store so sweet
and dry.


Tt
ToM would be a soldier
1old-
See how he trains his
little band;
lHe looks a general, at least,
SWith feathered cap and
sword in hand.


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BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.



SEMMA and her brother here
dUnderneath a tree appear,
Reading, with a steadfast
look,
Words'of knowledge from a
book.


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FREDERICK and GEORGE go
marching around,
To the drum's tattoo, and
the trumpet's sound-
Like two soldiers, gay, they
come;
Sound the trumpet, beat
the drum.


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:i. it&AuREs like young cabbage
to eat;
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BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.




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OLIVER, in his uncle's boots,
Feels like a grown up
man;
But when he gets his papa's
hat,
Then match him if you
can.




PETER has taken his Father's
cane,
And putting his legs across,
-Cries out, while .'trotting
around the room,
Get up, my fine little horseVl



,QUACKI Quack the ducks
are crying out;
They feel the summer

nd love to paddle in the
.. wet,
To look for seeds and
:. graim.




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FOR BOYS AND GIRLS
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i'1ith Illustrations printed. in Oil Colors


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NEW YORK i

PUBLISHED BY .HURID AND HiLOUGHT()ON

401 B~o0:oDw.v. cORNER WAT.KER STrr:Tr.

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BOYS' AND GrRLS' ,ILLUNOINATED PRIMER.


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UNCLE Js.ck his fiddle plays,
And Fanny listens to the
tune;
SShe loves to sing, and Uncle
pI says,
Will learn the music very
S soon.


Yv
VINCENT in the cradle lies,
And Mary scolds him
merrily ;
So great a boy as Vincent is,
Should never in the cra-
die be.


Ww
WILLIAM is fishing in the
stream,
And anxious seems to be
o get a nibble at his bait,
And catch a trout for tea.





14 BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.
Time.
Sixty seconds make one minute.
Sixty minutes make one hour.
Twenty-four hours make one day.
Seven days make one week.
Four weeks make one month..
Twelve months make one year.
THE days of the week are: Monday, Tues-
day, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday
and Sunday.
The twelve months of the year are called:
January, February, March, April, May, June,
July, August, September, October, November
and December.
THIRTY days hath SEPTEMBER,
APRIL, JUNE and NOVEMBER;
FEBRUARY hath TWENTY-EIGHT alone,
And all the rest have THIRTY-ONE,
Except Leap-year, and then is the time
February days are TWENTY-NINE.
MONEY: Ten mills make one CENT.
Ten cents make one DIME.
Ten dimes (or ioo cents) make one DOLLAR.
Ten dollars make one EAGLE.





HOYS, AiL 1J,...Rdh,' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.



ISA.EL and Jane arise be-
times,
Their gentle lamb to feed ;
SAnd much bt: loves these
little maids,
vYho know his daily needs.




S JOHN and his sister look up
to the sky,
And see in the air a gay
butterfly;
I hope they will not touch
his beautiful wing--
What a pity to harm such
an innocent thing.


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KITTENS three, here you see,
Playing with each other;
The cat, in cap and specta.
Scales,
Ipoks like the old grand=
mother.






BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIAME2





The LAMBKs N in the paistlire
green
Has wool as soft as silken
sheen,
And round its neck a bright
red band;
It eats the crumbs from
Lucy's hand.
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Oh, dear MAMMA, were you
Sto die,
I do not know what I
should do
For no one else, were they
to try,
Could be so kind to me
as you.




'NANcY has got a new doll,
I declare,
With ribbons and laces so
gay;
SShe dresses and ties up its
beautiful'hair,
Then takes it to walk and
to play.







BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.

SYLLABLES OF TWO LETTERS.


FIRST LESSON.
ab eb ib ob ub
ad ed id od ud
al el il ol ul
am em im om um
an en in on un
THIRD LESSON.
af ag aj av ax
ef eg ej ev ex
if ig ij iv ix
of og oj ov ox
uf ug uj- uv ux
FIFTH LESSON.
pa ra sa ta za
pe re se te ze
pi ri si ti zi
po ro so to zo
pu ru su tu zu
SEVENTH LESSON.
by fy ky ny sy
cy gy ly py ty
dy hy my ry zy


SECOND. LESSON.
ac ak ar as az
ec ek er es ez
ic ik ir is iz
oc ok or. os oz
uc uk ur us uz
FOURTH LESSON.
ba da la ma na
be de le me ne
bi di li. mi ni
bo do lb mo no
bu du lu mu nu
SIXTH LESSON.
ha ja ka ga va
he je ke ge ve
hi ji ki gi vi
ho jo ko go vo
hu ju ku gu vu
EIGHTH LESSON.
as if on, do be
am Jn or go ma
an is at no me








BOYS& AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.
Reading,
IN WORDS OF TWO LETTERS.
FIRST LESSON.


Do go
Do it
He is


Is it
So on
As he


Go on
Do so
By me


go
am
do


Go in
On it
Is he


SECOND LESSON.
At me To me On us
If he An ox If so
My ma If we As we


'


Go up
By us
To be


To go
To do
To us


He is up
So we go
Is he on


If it be so
He is to go
I am to go


So do we go
Am I to go
Ah me, it i


THIRD LESSON.
We go in So do we
As we go Do ye so
It is on I am in
FOURTH LESSON.
It is my ox Do
So do we go It i
I am in it If v
FIFTH LESSON.
on Ifyedogoin It
on I am to do so Is
s so If he is to go I


It is so
I go up
To do so


as we do
s to be
ve do go


:is to be on
it so or no
f I do go in




BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.


Roman Capital Alphabet.
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VWIX Y Z &
Roman Small Alphabet.


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amusing Novlties
PUBLISHED BY H URD AND HOUGHTON,
401 Broadway, Corner Walker St., New York.

Large Letters for the Little Ones. Elegantly
printed in oil-colors on tinted paper. Cover in colors. Price 45 cents.
Large Letters for the Little Ones. Printed
on tinted paper. Price 25 cents.
Comical Rhymes of Ancient Times, dug up
into Jokes for Small Folks. Printed in red and black inks. Price 30 cents.
Rummical Rhymes, with Pictures to match.
Printed in red and black inkL. Price 30 cents.

New I uuenikle Books.
Sahdford and Merton. By THOMAS DAY. Re-
vised by CEcxI HARTLEY. 8 illustrations by Herrick and others. I vol.
i6mo. $1.50.
Swiss Family R-obinson. Edited and Revised
by CECIL HARTLEY. 8 illustrations by John Gilbert. I vol. 16mo. $i.50.
The Parents' Assistant,; or, Stories for Chil-
drern. By MARIA EDGEWORTH. 8 ill rations by H. W. Herrick. I vol.
i6mo. $r50o.
Evenings at Home. By Mrs. BARBAULD and
Dr. AtKIN. Corrected and revised by CECL HARTLEY. 8 illustrations.
r vol. I6mo. $1.50.
Tales from Shakspere, for the Young. By
CHARLES and MARY LAMB. 8 illustrations. r vol. T6mo. $1.5o.
John Gay; or, Work for Boys. By JACOB'AB-
BOTT, author. of the Rollo Books. In four volumes, viz: Work for Winter,
Work for Spring, Work for Summer, Work for Autumn. i8mo. Price of
each, 85 cents.
Good Little Hearts; or, Stories of Children
who tried to do Good and be Good. By AUNT- FANNY, author of Night-
cap Stories." In four volumes, i8mo. Price of each, ~f cents,
r Any book sent by mail, prepaid, on the receipt of the prices annexed. .






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12 BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMEBR


Reading, in words of


THREE


AND FOUR LETTERS.


A
A
A
A


new fan
live calf
mad ox
fat hog


I shall dig
I will run
I must eat
I can see

Do not cry
Look at it
I love you
It is new.

This is my
Do not let


FIRST LESSON.
A lean cow
A wild colt
A tame duck
A blue bag
SECOND LESSON.
A small bird
A black cat
A good dog
A lame pig
THIRD LESSON.


Her pen is bad
We are all up
He has a net
I met a man


A warm muff
A gold ring
A good girl
A red coat

You must call
You will fall
He does tell
He may beg


I like good boys
She had a doll
Come and read
Be a*good girl


FOURTH LESSON.


new book
it fall


Do as you are bid
I can jump the rope


Here is an old man
Let me get a chair
His hat is not good
I will dress my doll






10 BOYS' AND GIRLS' ILLUMINATED PRIMER.
SYLLABLES OF THREE LETTERS.


FIRST LESSON.
bad cib dad fag
bed cob deg fet
big cod dig fig
bog cog dot fob
but cud dun fun
SECOND LESSON.
gag hat jam kal
get hen jet ket
gin hit jil kip
god hod jot kon
gun hut jug kur
THIRD LESSON.
lan man nap pan
lep mer nes per,
lin mit nil pin
lop mot not pop
lun mud nun put
FOURTH LESSON.
rat sat tab .van
red sed ten ved
rip sip tin vid


FIFTH LESSON.
bag cap far gay
beg cot fed gem
bin cut fin gig
box dab fog got
bug did far gum
SIXTH LESSON.
hat jam lay map
her job leg men
his keg lit mit
hot kid lot mop
hub kit lug mug
SEVENTH LESSON.
nab oar pig rot
net oil pot rub
nip out pup sad
nod pad rag see
nut peg rid sit
EIGHTH LESSON.
tan ton vat wag
tea tug vex win
tie urn vie won









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NNIE kisses and fondles
Her dear little fawn,
And decks it with ribbons,
Each bright summer morn.

CINDERELLA is weep-
S ing,
But smiles through her tears,
As the beautiful form
Of the fairy appears.
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BOPEEP is a sluggard:
Her sheep go astray,
For she spends her moments
In sleeping and play.

D AISIES and Butter-
cups
Spangle the lawn;
You may gather a lap full
On any Spring morn.