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 Pretty Peggy and Pray Papa
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Title: Pretty Peggy and Pray papa
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 Material Information
Title: Pretty Peggy and Pray papa
Alternate Title: Pray papa
Physical Description: 31 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Sherwood, Rosina Emmet, 1854-1948
Brett Lithographing ( Printer )
Dodd, Mead & Company ( Publisher )
Publisher: Dodd, Mead & Co.
Place of Publication: New York
Manufacturer: Brett Litographing
Publication Date: c1880
 Subjects
Subject: Children's poetry -- 1880
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Children's poetry
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: Illustrated by Rosina Emmet.
General Note: With music.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00023585
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001750221
oclc - 01664390
notis - AJG3126
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
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    Front Matter
        Page 3
        Page 4
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    Dedication
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    Title Page
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    Pretty Peggy and Pray Papa
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3PR'TTY* PiGGY-"IAND- PRAY2c _V,APA.oA- IRosINAEM M ET,NEW YOR KIDODD, MEAD & COMPANY,PU B LISHERSCOPYRIGHT 1880 BY DODD MEAD & COMPANY


4PRETTY PEGGY.It was down by the banks of the Ivy 'O-It was down by the banks of the Ivy 'O,Our Captain fell in love with a lady like a dove,And they called her name Pretty Peggy 'O."Now will you marry me Pretty Peggy 'O;In a carriage you shall ride, like a lady in her pride,With the hautboys playing before you 'O.""My mother won't consent noble Captain 'O;She never would consent, and I always should repent,If I should ever disobey my mammy 'O.""What would your mother say, Pretty Peggy 'O-What would your mother think, if she heard the guineas chink,And the hautboys playing before you 'O?"Out spake his brother John so angry '0,Saying "this will never do, there are ladies enou',And many pretty girls on the Ivy 'O."Came tripping down the stair Pretty Peggy 'O-Came tripping down the stair, combing out her yellow hair,For to take a last farewell of her deary 'O.The troops were marching from Ivy '0,Our Captain he fell sick, and his pulse it beat so quick,And 'twas all for the love of Pretty Peggy 'O.The very next town they marched through,The drums they beat so gloomy 'O;Our noble Captain died, nor left his like alive,And 'twas all for the love of Pretty Peggy 'O.The news soon reached to the Ivy 'O;The mother did relent and the brother did repent,For it soon put an end to Pretty Peggy 'O.


54jU%1~ n\It was down by the banks of the Ivy, O. It was down by the banks of t heA a ^ ^V5~~~~-- 1NM US I I-= :4. =..- PI F I, [- 1tj bi-, -U. At 41. -* *1.7 -F.FQ ':jJ 4:E CM- I- i- -MLIIINow will you marry me pretty Peggy, O? Now will you narry me pretty--4.._-- -- --- ,1-1 I i i i iIi.IAn-_ ....-rtMWBE-*!-h -~ir-. W1-vy, 0. Our Captain fell in love with a lady like a dove, and theym ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~-1- I -! I rt I -,i- v -, qk-, r r/ I I I }. I -Iii:tI Peggy, ? In a carriage you shall ride, like a lady in her pride, with theIcalled her name pretty Peg-gy, 0(=^ -JU-:1 : ^-J -\'-I I ? ^haut-boys play-ing be-fore you, 0lg; " 'iII


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8tETTY- PEGGY.'OoA LL.RI DE-Y IN-HER-E- WITH THE-lIkV-.-I Tl BI/-NI'N*s_-fWI ItlL CU.SAn


9My Moter wort cor)-- se n-Noble CcLptair '0,She reever would coq--SeitArd I always should-rep ertIf I should ever dis--obeyMy Man my 'O'"What woulA your Mo--t:er say'Pretty Peqqy 'O0,What woula yoLr NMo--ther think,If sbe heard the gui--reas chirnk,And the l'waut-boyspL ayioBefore you 0 ?"


101-, 77777.. Id-I'L I ^ I I-Ii I -%\IbMa3S-g Out spake 1lis botber John_R lj o angry 'O$Sayiiq 'this W/ill never ao,Thnere are ladies ,erlou'/ And Tany pretty girlsIO- t:he Ivy '0"


II--I ,I, I :CmLte triLpping aowt)the stairPretty Peggy '0,Canre tripping dowuthe stair,Conorbir)g out heryellow rairFor to take a eastN' 1'Itiif orewellher a eoary 0.ofI'1Ixh:..


12)e troops vwere.TSro Ivy '0 ..i-----------1tTI........... ....


13Oir CaptaioQ befell stck/na 1,Is putst ctbeat so qucck,jAP 'twas all forthe loveOf Pretty e g y


14g77The very next towr) they marched throuThe arun)s they beCt so aloomy '0,Our noble Captairn dea, nor left his like alive,nr)a 'twas all for the [ove of Pretty ?Pegy'O.R.1a


15Th e of o er /aidre1eII1-1."A~.Whn lw A8 Jl V tare p erl t


i6PRt ~A@ L B 0VL e j1ft At V At PAA ? F R AV PA Q Ono 0wa -Go % -SC a MQD1--- I


17PRAY PAPA! PRAY PAPA!STAY A LITTLE LONGERPRAY PAPA! PRAY PAPA!DO NOT (GO SO SOON.


i8PRAY PAPA, PRAY PAPA."Pray papa, pray papa, stay a little longer;Pray papa, pray papa, do not go so soon.""Come, come, my dear, what nonsense!You've danced enough, in conscience.Then send that powdered fellow in,And bid him bring your pelerine;""Pray papa, pray papa, stay a little longer;Pray papa, pray papa, do not go so soon.""The nights are very cold ones,The horses, too, are old ones,The coachman, he is drunken,You know the ditch we sunk in.""Pray papa, pray papa, stay a little longer;Pray papa, pray papa, do not go so soon.""Your grandpapa is gouty,And cannot do without 'ye;He takes the eau medicinale,I'm sure he will be missing all.""Pray papa, pray papa, stay a little longer;Pray papa, pray papa, do not go so soon.""You know I gave you warning,You could not stay till morning.Then bid your partners all good-night,We shan't be home before daylight."


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20C CO ME,COME MY DEAR!WHAT NONSENSE!


21YoUlVE DANCED ENOUGH,IN CONSCIENCE! 1--- --


22"'THEN SEND THATPOWDERED FELLOW INAND BID HIM BRINGYOUR PELERINE."R.g.


23" PRAY APAPA! PRAY PAPA !STAY A LITTLE LONGER,PRAY PAPA! PRAY PAPAADO NOT GO SO SOON.'-U. I


24:If411 T;1I,~- ~ ~ J ----;TSfr i'K^ j "^-"THE NIGHTS ARE VERYCO LD ONES,THE HORSES TOO AREOLD ONES- --


25THE COACHMNTHE COACHMAN HEIS DRUNKEN,YOU KNOW THE DITCHWE SUNK TIN"


26^.. PA I6" PRAY PAPAPA PRAY PAPA !STAY A LITTLE LONGER ,PRAY PAPA! PRAY PAPA!DO NOT GO SO SOON.w


27YO UR GRANDPAPA IS GOUTY,AND CANNOT DO WrTHOUT YE,HE TAKES THE EAU MEDICINALEI'M S URE HE WILL BE MISSING ALL'.Rl.


28" PRAY PAPA! P RAY PAPA !STAYA LITTLE LONGER,PRAY PAPA! PRAY PAPA!DO NOT GO SO SOON '"'-


29If:. I ,,.cze'QyN ft,'J.4Z.,&-"A: _i; :II .: *-W--- -I'' IYOU KNOW I GAVE YOU WARNING,YOU COULD NOT STAY TILLMORNING


30THEN BID YOUR PARTNERS ALLGOOD NIGHT.R..---


31*WE-SHANT BE-HOMEF*BEFORE- DAYLI GHT "..&.


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