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 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Harry's horn-book
 Harry's nursery songs
 Harry's nursery tales
 Harry's simple stories
 Harry's country walk
 Advertising
 Back Cover
 Spine














Title: Harry's ladder to learning /
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 Material Information
Title: Harry's ladder to learning /
Alternate Title: Harry's horn-book
Harry's picture-book
Harry's nursery songs
Harry's nursery tales
Harry's simple stories
Harry's country walks
Physical Description: 1 v. (various pagings) : col. ill. ; 19 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Wade, Jas ( Printer )
Ward, Lock, & Tyler
Publisher: Ward, Lock, & Tyler
Place of Publication: London
Manufacturer: Jas. Wade
Publication Date: 1869
Copyright Date: 1869
 Subjects
Subject: Children's stories   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Picture books for children   ( lcsh )
Country life -- Juvenile fiction   ( lcsh )
Children's stories -- 1869   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1869   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1869   ( rbgenr )
Readers -- 1869   ( rbgenr )
Pictorial cloth bindings (Binding) -- 1869   ( rbbin )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1869   ( rbgenr )
Hand-colored illustrations -- 1869   ( local )
Bldn -- 1869
Genre: Children's stories   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Readers   ( rbgenr )
Pictorial cloth bindings (Binding)   ( rbbin )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
Hand-colored illustrations   ( local )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: with upwards of two hundred engravings.
General Note: Approximate dates based on publisher's name, established from Brown, P. London publishers and printers c. 1800-1870.
General Note: Illustrations are hand-colored.
General Note: Publisher's advertisements follow text.
General Note: Baldwin Library copy lacks pages: Part II: t.p., 15-16, 1-6, 13-18?; Part III: 23-26; Part IV: 11-12.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00016242
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 - AAA8774
notis - ALG7126
oclc - 50734409
alephbibnum - 002226830

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Front Matter
        Front Matter 1
        Front Matter 2
        Front Matter 3
    Frontispiece
        Frontispiece
    Title Page
        Page 3
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    Harry's horn-book
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    Harry's nursery songs
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    Harry's nursery tales
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    Harry's simple stories
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    Harry's country walk
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    Advertising
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    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
    Spine
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LADDER TO LEARNING.


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LONDON:
WARD, LOCK, AND TYLER,
WARWICK HOUSE, PATERNOSTER ROW.




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PART I.


HARRY'S


HORN-BOOK.




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THIS IS A GOOD LITTLE
READING HIS BOOK.


BOY





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THIS CAT IS WATCHING FOR
A MOUSE.





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THIS IS OUR GOOD DOG
CARLO.


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THIS IS A JUG FOR THE
WATER.





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THIS PRETTY COW IS GOING
TO BE MILKED.






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AND SLEEPY.






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HERE IS A NICE, COMFORTABLE,

WARM BED.






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THIS SLY OLD FOX IS LOOKING

AFTER THE FOWLS.


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Ann is feeding the Chickens. When they
are hungry they always come to her. She
feeds them every day and they know her
voice.


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Two Cows are drinking in the Pond.

How thirsty they seem, poor things, and

how nice and cool the water looks!


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THIS IS A MILL, WHERE
GRIND THE CORN.


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THIS POOR GOAT IS LOSING ALL
THE HAIR OFF HIS COAT.





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LOOK AT THIS STAG! WHAT A
FINE FELLOW HE IS!





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:RE IS A LOVELY ROS
HOW NICE IT SMELLS!


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THIS POOR LITTLE HARE IS
RUNNING AWAY.





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THIS BEAR WILL EAT UP ALL

NAUGHTY CHILDREN.


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HERE IS A LAMP.
NICE LIGHT IT


WHAT A
GIVES!


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HERE IS A NICE LITTLE

COUNTRY HOUSE.


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THIS CLOCK WILL SOON
STRIKE TEN.




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THESE PEARS ARE
AND FIT TO


QUITE RIPE
EAT.


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THIS GOOSE WILL BE EATEN
AT MICHAELMAS.






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IS A SPLENDID WILD

HORSE!


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THIS IS A SHEEP. HE WILL BE
KILLED FOR DINNER.




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HERE IS GRANDMAMMA'S OLD
CHAIR.





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HERE ARE A KNIFE,






FORK,


AND SPOON,


TO EAT DINNER WITH.




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A RAKE, A HOE, AND A SPADE
FOR GARDENING.




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THESE GRAPES LOOK NICE.
SHOULD YOU LIKE SOME.?




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THIS IS A BRIDGE OVER A
LITTLE BROOK.






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THIS IS A CHURCH, WHERE ALL

BOYS AND GIRLS SHOULD GO.

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HERE IS A LION. HE IS THE

KING OF BEASTS.


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HERE IS A NICE EASY SOFA
TO LIE DOWN ON.




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NICE ROSY


APPLES.


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THIS IS A BASIN FOR HARRY
TO WASH IN.





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THIS IS OUR NEW TABLE. IT IS

MADE OF MAHOGANY.


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HERE IS A PANSY. WHAT A
PRETTY FLOWER IT IS!





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POOR LITTLE ROBIN, HE IS
FRIGHTENED.





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THIS IS A CAMEL. HE IS USED
TO CARRY LOADS.





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HERE IS A DONKEY. HOW
QUIET HE LOOKS!





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THIS IS A PIGEON. HOW


TAME HE IS!


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IS A MONKEY EATING A
PIECE OF BREAD.


HERE


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LOOK AT THIS OLD TURKEY.
HOW FIERCE HE IS!





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HERE IS A RABBIT. SEE HOW
HE PRICKS HIS EARS.





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IS A WAGGON.
WILL CARRY


IN AUTUMN
WHEAT.


HERE
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HERE IS A TEAPOT. MAKE HASTE
AND MAKE THE TEA.





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THIS IS A
PERT


SPARROW.
HE SEEMS.


HOW





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HERE ARE SOME FUCHSIAS. HOW
GRACEFULLY THEY DROOP.




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THIS PRETTY PHEASANT LOOKS
STARTLED.





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HERE IS A BUNCH OF FILBERTS
JUST CUT FROM THE TREE.




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THIS IS
AT


A WOODCOCK. LOOK
HIS LONG BILL!




HARRY'S LADDER TO LEARNING.


THIS IS A COFFEE POT, TO
MAKE THE COFFEE IN.





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HERE IS A
RUNNING


PARTRIDGE
ALONG.





HARRY'S LADDER, TO, LEANING.
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THIS IS A GUINEA FOWL, A
RARE BIRD.





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A GLASS AND A DECANTER FOR

DRINKING WINE.




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THIS IS AN ELEPHANT.
VERY USEFUL.


HE IS




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HERE IS A WHEELBARROW
FOPR TJHE GARDENER.





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HERE ARE SOME STRAWBERRIES,
WHAT A NICE FRUIT!




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THIS IS A CONVOLVULUS. IT IS
FOUND IN THE HEDGES.


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PICTURE-BOOK.


Look at this Cow and her little Calf.
How fond they are of each other!


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Aunt Mary and Maria are gathering
Flowers. See what an apron-full Maria
has got; and Aunt Mary has on a wreath.





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Betty is taking Eggs to Market.
hope she will not fall down and break
of them, or she will lose her money.


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See how the Hen is feeding her Chickens.
Poor little things, how hungry they are! I
hope they will have a good breakfast to-day.





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Little Maria is saying her Lesson in
English History. She is a good little girl,
and is sure to know it well.




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The Horse is leaping over a Rail. How
fast he is going, and how steady his
rider sits! I hope he will not be thrown.


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The Dog is hunting a Deer. He will
catch it, and then the Hunter will soon kill
the Deer and sell the venison.





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Tom is trying to catch Fish in the River
with a stick, some cotton, and a bent pin.
He ought to be at school, naughty boy!






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John runs fast with his Hoop. He is
hungry and is going home to dinner. His
run warms him this cold day.





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Harry and Herbert are flying a Kite.
How high it has gone up in the air. I
wonder how far off it is.






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Ellen is swinging on a Rope. She must
take care or it will break, and she will
fall to the ground and hurt herself.


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Harry is riding on his pretty little Pony,
which Papa gave him on his birthday because
he was a good boy.






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Charles and Edward are playing Marbles.
What a bag-full Charles has won, and poor
Edward has lost nearly al his.





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Maria is feeding her pretty Pigeons. She
is very kind to them, and they are so tame
they come and eat out of her hands.







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Aunt Mary is riding on a Donkey.

What a good, patient animal he is, and

how quietly he walks along the road!


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Walter is feeding his Rabbits with
Cabbage-leaves. He 'made their hutches
himself; was he not a good boy?






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Aim and Betsey are gleaning Corn,
which will be sent to be ground, so as to
make somf bread for Harry's breakfast.





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.Mamma is dancing Baby. I hope she
will not let him fall, or he will cry. Poor
little fellow, how happy he seems!


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Look at Betty milking the Cow.
quiet it stands! Harry shall have
nice new milk when she has finished.


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John and Tom are playing at Leap-frog.
It will be Tom's turn to jump over next. Do
you know how to play leap-frog, Harry ?





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James is digging up the garden with a
Spade to plant the flowers. It is hard
work, and poor James is very hot.




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Harry is giving some Bread to a poor
old Man and his little Granddaughter.
Poor old fellow, he is very tired.





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Benjamin is feeding a Robin with Bread
Crumbs. The Robin comes to him every
morning in the Viinter for its food.


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Teddy is playing at Trap, Bat, and Ball,
but as he has lost his Ball he is obliged to
use a round Stone in its place.


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Here is Bob the Shepherd and his Dog
Rover. They will take care of the Sheep
and not let themget lost or stolen.


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Betty is churning the Milk into Butter.
It is hard work. When she has finished
you shall have some Curds and Whey.





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Mamma and her Sons going to Church.
Look at little Willie; what a big Book he
has under his amn! It is a Bible.






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SEliza and Mary are playing at Shuttle-
co I wonder which of them will first
let the Shuttlecock fall to the ground!




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Mamma has bought Nelly a new Doll,
and has given her a lot of clothes to dress
it with. How nicely she is nursing it!




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