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4 A B C RHYMES.DRAGOONS are heavy troops,' you know ;In the deserts DROMEDARIESgo.A DATE-TREE in t le DISTANCE stands.Men play at DOMINO ii many.:lands.Among the icebergs the ES-QU1MAUX thrive,E And ELKS before their sledgesdrive; C .They live on reindeer's fleshand milk,,Whose skin makes dresseswarm as silk.The Sulian wears a FEZ ofFredUpon his royal Turkish head;He makes a FEAST of jolly,.,treat ,To FISH, and FOWL, andFRUIT so sweet.
6A B C RHYMES.The gay GONDOLIER hisGONDOLA pliesGUnder the soft Italian skies.The GENERAL leads the armyto fight;The long-necked GIRAFFE isa beautiful sight.Strong as a' HERCULES, aboasting fellow wouldy Lift both house and scaffold, if -She only could;The mighty HIPPOPOTAMUSin rivers loves to play;The HADDOCK is a fish inmany a sea and bay.The savage, red INDIAN, eagerfor strife,I Threatens the INVALID SOL-DIER'S life.Here's an IBIS, the sacredEgyptian bird;And a musical INSTRUMENTfrequently heard.
A B C RHYMES.The JUNK, sailing with windfresh and fair,Will reach far JAPAN beforeyou're aware.A JAGER the Germans ahuntsman call,Who shoots down the JA-GUAR with powder andball.KAKADU is the German forbright Cockatoo;K In Australian wilds lives thewild KANGAROO;KIOSK is a building throughwhich one can see;The African .KABYL, a wildman is he.The LAUREL the LANCE-BEARER often deserves;Oft carries the LANTERN theLACKEY who serves;Off in the distance crouches aLION,Who'd eat them both up, asquick as say "Zion."4
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ABC RHYMES.The PEACOCK is prouderthan many a girl,P Wearing as ornament a neck-lace of PEARL.The POSTILLION, drivingwith all his might,Is very much afraid as thePANTHER comes in sight.Four voices (or instruments)make a QUARTETTE;Q When the singers are good andthe music well set,They can give unto men thepurest of joys;But if they are bad, then it'snothing but noise.Hans, the RECRUIT, wears asoldier's hat,No longer does he fear thesqueaking of a RAT.Little ROBIN RED-BREASTsings at summer's closeA song of lament at the fidingof the ROSE.
A B C RHYMES. 13There is a ,corps of SAPPERS, in the qmy of the French;For with ;SHEARS or SCIS-S SORS 'you cannot ,dig aS' trench. :The bite o1f SNAKE or :'SER-PENT: will often kill asquibk k. As e'rr a SWORD or SABRE" in th battle thick.The TIGER is a beast that ravesand tears-STURTLE-DOVES are happywhen they sit in pairs.WVhen this TRUMPETER I:blows a blast of power fHe scares them away th:the topof the TOWER.SA h a n d s o m e U N I F O R M b e -comes a soldier brave;The UiRN is an ornament for aVILLA or grave; .SVE S U V I U S th e m o u n ta in ,vomits fire and flame;The little VIOLIN often makesa man of fame.
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