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Group Title: Aunt Louisa's London toy books ;, 98
Title: Play hours
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 Material Information
Title: Play hours
Series Title: Aunt Louisa's London toy books
Physical Description: 10 leaves : ;
Language: English
Creator: Frederick Warne and Co ( Publisher )
Maclure and MacDonald Lithographers ( Printer )
Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co.
Place of Publication: London
Manufacturer: Maclure & Macdonald
Publication Date: [ca. 1880]
 Subjects
Subject: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1880   ( lcsh )
Poems -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Children's poetry
Poems   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
Scotland -- Glasgow
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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: UF00023900
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 - 001745107
notis - AJF7881
oclc - 26248185
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Table of Contents
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    Play Hours
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    Back Cover
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ITTLE Mary smiling sm sitsOn the nursery table,Proud to find that, all alone,To help herself she's able.Milk and water, bread and jam,Taken thus are quite a treat,And an added charm she findsIn her new and lofty seat.ON the river Johnny rowsPretty little May;With the gently-parting streamHer small fingers play,Dabbling in the tiny waves,As they float along,While her sweet and tender voiceMurmurs a low song.IN the green meadows the children playAll through the pleasant summer day;Making posies of sweet wild flowers,They forget to count the sunny hours.u ~~~~~L Ql~~~~~~ ati,~~~~~~ 1lI.:The Baldwin Libray


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KIND little sister Edith readsThe story of the valiant deedsOf Jack who the great giant slew,And never fear of any knew.The children listen with delight,And wish, like Jack, all wrongs to right.ERBERT and Bessie, arm in arm,From church are coming home-Never from paths of holinessMay these dear children roam.SINGING sweetly, and together,A pretty nurs'ry rhyme,Ethel and little Gervase stand,His finger marking time.Dear children! thus in harmonyMay their young lives unite,And not a discord break the strainSo sweet and true to-night.I, I. I.. i " ^ \ II i I II II II I


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OH! what wonderful balls of lightBrother Ned is blowing to-day;How they float, and glimmer, and shine,And then they break and melt away.If I could but catch one to keep!But to grasp one vainly I try:Perhaps, when I'm a grown-up girl,I may catch bubbles-by and by.ON the gate we gaily swing,Happier than any king.This we real pleasure call!-Ah, take care you do not fall [


--~~~~~~~~~~~~~A` 1i i!Warne'sNurseryLiterature.AUNT LOUISA'S LONDON TOY BOOKS.With large Original Page plates by the First Artists, in the very best Style of ColourPrinting, with Letterpress Descriptions.In demy 4to. price Is. each, peiture covers; or mounted on Linen, 2s.1. THE RAILWAY A B C.2. A, APPLE PIE.4. CHILDHOOD'S HAPPY HOURS.6. LIFE OF A DOLL.8. JOHN GILPIN (THE STORY OF).9. SING A SONG 0' SIXPENCE.10. THE SEASIDE11. ROBIN'S CHRISTMAS EVE.14. FRISKY, THE SQUIRREL.15. COUNTRY PETS.16. PUSSY'S LONDON LIFE.17. HECTOR THE DOG.18. DICK WHITTINGTON.19. FAIRY AT THE FOUNTAIN.21. UNCLE'S FARMYARD.25. HOUSEHOLD PETS.26. HARE AND TORTOISE.27. HEY-DIDDLE-DIDDLE.28. WORLD-WIDE FABLES.29. THE BIRTHDAY PARTY.30. KING, QUEEN, AND KNAVE 0F HEARTS.31. COCK ROBIN'S COURTSHIP, &e.33. THE NURSERY ALPHABET.35. BRUIN, THE BEAR.36. DAME TROT AND HER CAT.37. HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS.88. PUNCH AND JUDY.39. MY CHILDREN.40. JACK AND JILL.41. THE FAITHFUL FRIEND.42. TEN LITTLE NIGGERS.43. ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS.44. 45. 46. DITTO.47. PICTURE PUZZLE ALPHABET.50. MY FAVOURITES.61. HOME PETS.52. JOHN BULL'S FARMYARD ALPHABET.53. TABBY'S TEA FIGHT.54. ROVER'S DINNER PARTY.66. LONDON CHARACTERS.56. GLOBE ALPHABET.67. FAMOUS DOGS. LANDSEER.68. NOTED DOGS. LANDSEER.69. FAMOUS HORSES. HERRING.60. NOTED HORSES. HERRING.61. CHILDHOOD'S PLAYTIME.62. OUR BOYS AND GIRLS.63. ALPHABET OF AN1MALS64. NEW YEAR'S EVE66. LITTLE DAME CRUMP.67. CHILDHOOD'S DELIGHT.68. HUSH-A-BYE-BABY.69. TOTTIE'S NURSERY RHYMES.70. CINDERELLA.71. RED RIDING HOOD.72. OLD MOTHER HUBBARD.73. LITTLE BO-PEEP.74. HOP-O'-MY-THUMB.75. DROLL PICTURES.77. FUNNY PICTURES.78. COMIC PICTURES.79, JOSEPH AND HIS BRETHREN.80. THE PROVERBS OF SOLOMON.81. ING DAVID (THE STORY OF).82. THE WONDERS OF PROVIDENCE.88. LEAR'S BOOK OF NONSENSE.84. 85. 86.89. 90. .DITTO.87. NINE NIGGERS MORE.91. OLD NURSERY SONGS.92. OLD NURSERY RHYMES.93. THE SOLDIER'S ALPHABET.94. THE SAILOR'S ALPHABET.95. SPORTSMAN'S ALPHABET.96. FARM-YARD HUNT ALPHABET.97. A COUNTRY HOLIDAY.98. PLAY HOURS.99. PLAY TIME.ORIGINAL NOVELTY IN TOY BOOKS.AUNT LOUISA'S MAGIC MODELLERS.In demy 4to, price is. each, stiff fancy covers.1. THE NEW CINDERELLA.2. THE WONDERFUL ALPHABET.3. THE TOWER OF LONDON.Specially Engraved and Printed in Colours by Kronheim & Co.AUwT LOUISA'S MAGIC MODELLER TOY BOOKS consist of Eight Pages ofPlates printed in Colours. Full Instructions for the Young Modeller aregiven in each volume.WARNE'S PICTURE PUZZLE TOY BOOKS.Printed in Colours by KBONaEIM, with full Descriptions.Demy 4to, price Is. each, stiff fancy wrappers.OUR HOLIDAYS. BOOK OF TRADES.OUR KINGS AND QUEENS. | THE HORSE.These Toy Books, consisting of Six Pages of Coloured Illustrations, with KeyPlates embodying 200 figures, wll occupy the attention of Children for days, the figuresin the key plates having to be cut out and inserted in their proper places in the illus-tration, forming an endless amount of instruction and amusement.WARNE'S VICTORIA TOY BOOKS.Nursery Stories, Alphabets, Natural History Packets.12 Books-96 pages of Coloured Illustrations.One Shilling Packets.Packet No. 1. NURSERY STORIES. 10 varieties.Packet No. 2. NURSERY STORIES. 10 varieties.Packet No. 3. ALPHABETS. 5 varieties.Packet No. 4. NATURAL HISTORY. 12 varieties.WARNE'S "EXCELSIOR" TOY BOOKS.Beautifully Printed in Colours.In crown 4to, price fd. each, with Picture Cover; or mounted on Linen, Is. each.3. HOBaES.5. Doas.8. TaH BOOK OF TRADEs.7. THE CHILDRBN IN THE WOOD.8. TH SUNDAY A B C.9. EDITH'S ALPHABET.10. THE OBJECT ALPHABET.11. JACK IN TBE Box.13. PUHoH AND JUDY.14. CINDEBELLA.15. HousE THAT JACK BuILr,16. NVBSEaY RHYME ALPHABET.17. COOB ROBIN'S COUBTsHIp, &c.18. ZOOLOOIOAL GARDENS.20. NUBSEYB NuMBgB8.21. BANQuET OF BIRDS.22. NUBsEBY LULLABIES.23. THE ROBIN8.24. THE SILLY LITTLE BA-LAMB.25. THE TINY TEA PABTY.26. THB ArLXANDRA ALPHABET.27. THE STOBY oF Mos88.28. THE STORY OF RUTH.29. THE STOBY OF DANIEI.30. THE PaODIGAL SON.81. THE PILGRIM'S PaOGRBSS.32. WATrs's HYMNS.34. AuNT EASY'S ALPHABET.35. THE HOME ALPHABE'.36. THa COMIC ALPHABET.37. NURSERY RHYMES.38. NURSERY SONaS.39. NuISBBY JINGLES.40. Miss MOUSEB'S TEA PARTY.41. DASH'S HOLIDAY.42. THE TEN LITTLE NIGGEBs.43. THE ARK ALPHABET.44. COCK ROBIN'S DEATH.45. CURLY LooKs, &c.46. OLD MAN IN THE WOOD.47. DAISY'S PIlNIO.48. JACK AND THE BEANSTALK.49. PUss IN BOOTS.50. THE KING AND THE ABBO1.51. DICK WHITTINGTOT.52. TOM THUMB.53. MARRIAGE oF ALLAN-A-DALE.54. Sin FBANCIS DBAKE AND. v HIS GOBLINS.55. ROBIN THE CONJUBOB.56. BEOGAR OF BETHNAL GREEN.57. CHILD BoRN TOBE A KING.58. THE Two FRIENDS.59. LITTLE SIX YEABS OLD.60. DOT AND HER DOLL.61. BLANCHE AND COBA.62. ROBINSON CBUSOE.63. MOTHER HUBBARD.64. THE PETS.65. RED RIDING HOOD.IFREDERICK -WARNE & .CO., BEDFORD STREET, STRAND.r : I2.^~~r~~ MACLURE & MACDONALD, Chroino-Lithographers, Glasgow.


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