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Title: Nine niggers more
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Title: Nine niggers more
Alternate Title: Nine niggers more : by the author of " Ten little niggers "
Physical Description: 20 p. : ill ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher: McLoughlin Brothers
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: c1880
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Subject: African Americans -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1880
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Children's poetry
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
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General Note: Cover title.
General Note: Includes publisher's advertisement.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00023610
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 - 001732512
oclc - 26032640
notis - AJE5158
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You know our little Nigger friends-you saw them once before;We brought them down to Rockaway then, and left them on the shore.I'VERSE 1. .... .._.. ___. __rEcsrs 1.^z= Bi' ~~~i -;t-0i*H -=------You know our lit tie nig ger friends you saw them once before; We brought them down to Rockaway then, and luf' them on the shore.- --- -- --L- -p-A ,- -p .- -- 0 -____- =-i- -'I---- ---i-_-_ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~ ,I~~~~~~ IThe Baldwin LibraryRm uI q'i;'


But now their parents think it time they should at school be taught;So to instructors wondrous wise the girls and boys are brought.


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At separate desks each day they sit, their daily tasks to learn,While the preceptors grave walk round, and hear them each in turn.dmal~' VERSE 3.i IPa-'a -At sep'rate desks each day they sit, their dai ly tasks to learn, While the pre-cep-tors grave walk round, and hear them each in turn.--- -- 4 4__- 4-- t- I-- !-4 --- 4-- 4-pi|^~ :^=S^:|^^^E ^-^^^E^^ElJ^^^ ^^S^^s~rr^


When school is o'er the boys play games, the girls they watch the fun;But all at once a window breaks oh! what will now be done?VE RSE 4.When school is o'er the boys play games, the girls they watch the fun; But all at once a w indow breaks-Oh,whatwillnow be done?A -I- _-ji---,--4---4- I 1 -__ ,__ ._ -rt_ _*,-r- r


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The holidays have come at last, and though it pours with rain,They bid farewell to books and tasks, and all arrive by train.fare-well to books and tasks and all ar rive by train.*-- -- o- -o- -- ,-t-, d --.--R _tH____ __H 0-;____ +_- _#_ I I t-_ I__ _~~rr~~~~r r-j~~=I


Next day, with pride, their parents dear go with them to the Park,And up and down the road they ride, till it is nearly dark.VERSE 6.+iI.-- ... '--r'i=e mI-- 'Next day with pride their parents dear go with them to thle lPark,Ir __-i_-Sr.--91 ___ III~l-a ____ ___ ____l lip and don the road they ride, till it is early drk.And up and down the road they ride, till it is near-ly dark.;**-*-0- a -0- *-- It----- [ --- _=-=-i=S-r ==;--


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One night the young folks all went out in furbelows and frills,Attended by their faithful John, to music and quadrilles., X-'1 VERSE 7.One night the young folk all went out in fur be lows and frills, At tend ed by their fiith-ful John to mu sic and quad-rilles._ i-'B--] -t----_ ___ -T =t gF^^=4=i= I |= =--v-- ud = It[ ta1.-I -I-I


But coming home they all get colds, and sneezing comes, and gruel,And blankets large, and water hot, which they think very cruel.VERSE 8But--~ cm ethy llgcl- nsenceadrlAb-gd-i---l------ -- ---- ---ho h hcBut com-ing home they all get colds, and sneezing comes, and gruel, And blankets large, and wa ter hot, which they think ve-ry crue.._ ___c 4 --0- 4- 4- -p- -0- ____ -O


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But soon they brighten up again, and just get well in timeTo see a rich long-promised treat-a Fairy Pantomime._ E VERSE 9._______ ____ __ __ ____But soon they brighten up a gain, and just get well in time, To see a rich long-prom-is'd treat-a Fai ry Pan to mime.i __- | | 4i piH-----------4-------4v______________ .-S'~1'I


And, thinking plays at home great fun, one wintry Christmas night,They acted quite a little farce-to dear Papa's delight.VERSE 10YeI- -tB- _-0---0-- I- --Ij-._-- _- --And, thinking plays at home great fun, one win-try Christmas night, They act ed quite a lt tiee rce-to dear Pa pa's de-light.m_ __t__ -..--A- ---


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And now invited everywhere, they make so many friends,That, what with country rides and walks, their pleasure never ends.


And so old Winter passes fast, and merry faces shine,As each one wondering, sits and dreams: "Who'll be my Valentine?"VERSE 12.


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