Title: Our Mother Goose
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 Material Information
Title: Our Mother Goose
Uniform Title: Mother Goose
Physical Description: 32 p. : col. ill. ; 23 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: s.n.
Place of Publication: S.l
Publication Date: 1880
Copyright Date: 1880
 Subjects
Subject: Alphabet rhymes -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Nursery rhymes -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Rebuses -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Nursery rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Rebuses   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
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Bibliographic ID: UF00025800
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 - AAB7198
notis - AJS8076
oclc - 20601663
alephbibnum - 001853714
oclc - 85868692

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stands ior Animals
Both.great and small;
'hat are coming to see us
One and all.


'Bcfor the Beaf
c)(That climbsup a tree;
He is looking so fierce.
Whatdoeshe see?

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who lived in a


She had so many. .
She didn't know what to do;
She gave them some broth,
With plenty of in,
And kissed them all fondly
And sent them to













"isr-a Iel
'Of one.huimp or two,
Pepfhe desert lietravels
Andwouldd carry you.


he D)onkeyis ceverbeast
iiridedto worker play;
Bekind tOhimrn heissure
To serve you all the day.




Din-,don, I
)Pussy's in te
i (o put 1er i
Little Tommy .
WIo pulled ker
Little Tommy 1

To'drown poor p1
WwIo never did atn

Sffd her's
\< S '- 'z ""'


Green.
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rout.
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(he ElephanI is the largest one.
Of all the animals under the sun.,
He has a long,long trunk you see
And eyes a&snbjil as sm4allcn be


Amou all know Bi'er Fox
So sharp and so sly
Mle sneaks in the farm-yard
On chickens to spy.
This frog is a tiny fellow
He lives in our old tree.,
His voice is very mellow,]
He comes and singsltome.








Upon a w
o on er
(nd son
4nd so se e


hbile


Lingers
4er toes,


lokes










diere is the funny little Goat
That loves so well to play,
Hell pul I your "Go-6art
like a horse J
ks long asyou wiH say.






h! here is the horse
With his saddle on.
ArI ready to take you away
Oh! how would you like to
pop on his back,
And ride oihim every ly?
Cm _y





I edle, edle,dumpling,
My son John,
Went to with his on,
One offtheother on,
Deedle deed le,dumpling
My son John.













,tis-for Ibex
So swift and sly..,
-lelivesintheAlps
And climbs very high.


S Jackal forJd
Has comeby our way,
, k will plunder and fif
A.th om forth at ujht.




pissyA
wipere IWdV
Ive been t(
to look oat


Pussy


4L


pussy
e you been?
) London
the *
]pussy


wiat didyoudo there?
frightened a little
lander tie


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J for kangaroo-
A creature very-strange
His tail,itgrew.and grew .
S' until it nearly
did for two.







his is the ion .,
The great king of beasts,
He lives in the jungle..
W And has many feasts.




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jf is for monkey
Out at the Zoo;
He looks 5o funny
As he.blinks at you.







2The Nightingale,
he sweetest bird.
Who in the evening late
Can o'er the land be clearly.
heard
Carollingqto his mate.





Aswarm of in May
Iswort 1 oad of
Aswrum fitf June
Iswortl d silver
Aswdrm of bees in July
Is not worltl a
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M.n ostrich isa big,big bird,
And of himyou have surely heard
We like him for his feathers rare; )
Just see how proud he stands upthere.


pigs here are two
Who are fat through and through
Oh how theydo squeal
When hurt great deal!




(ere was
of Boml
o was sin
su isllsiny
Wlpe 1n1d


ifdt


bay,


0


one


led


d snipe,1
R t4. ...
lew away wit fis
Wbidt vexed tIe Ia






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&It me the quagga introduce
An animal not made for use
SAnd you will know himanotheriay
Although his ndmcyou Cnnt say.


reindeer lives in the Laplands cold
nd slaris to work when -ot very old,
The people think him the friend ofmefi
Because he pulls theirsleds for them.


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Robert Bdrnes,
fellow fine,
Can you s oe
tIis of mine?C
es, ood sirtl lI can
As well as any otler
Here iand l1?ere.d prod,
And now, good sir
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Ut


'iheSeal has his home near the
far North Pole.
Mid the banks of snow and ice;
He's a queer looking fellow but verygpod
For he gives us his fur so nice.


|'he tiger has soft furcoat
And 15 a beast of prey;
Makes weaker animals its food.,
A t-seeks them nigbt anday.






fly en toewind blows


the ... ll .
en..ebou
te cradle will
Bwn will come.


rock,
bends
fall


dnd dli:














oie Vulture sits on the
mountain top
Looking so verygrand,
fe urely thinks of the
breakfast fine
Waiting for
his
S- deman(


A9ow this is surely a stranger,
Ur.on is his name;
The trees know when
there's danger
For that he has his fame.
For he'll climb to the tree-top
He will eat all thin bark,
And would rather ihan not
. Eat on through a park


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Robbin 't"e "Robi n
te reat b1i Ben,
e ate more mnieat
SIadn fourscore men
He td .I ate d 1f1
He ate 'e adnddif
aHete diitee

nd allt e people
Adl (11te Opc-r















ere is the wolf,who snarls so fierce.
Hei looking for prey, 1 know; ;
So ifyou should see him crouching near
Topaafeplaceyou must go.






s is a squirrel' I'm sure you will say.
o a squirrelS first cousin is he,
His real name is Xerus
Apd nimbly he runs up a tree.





Old 0o1e 4
Was a merry old soul,
And a merry old soul was 1e;
He called for Ihis I e
And hle called for Ihis ,
And Ite called for is
three. ,
Every fiddler, lhe lad a-*
And a very fine Slad le
Twee tweedle dee, tweedle dee,
went tle fiddlers.
01?, there's none so rare,
As canLcompare
WiWd.I 91 e a-nd his
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heYak this is
Who lives in the mountains,
A long tail's his,.
HeIll drink at the fountains.


(his is the Zeb
hei
Thestripesin his
SHe gallops about,b
If food bethinks th
-I. -


ra of whom you have
ard, A
coat they are many
ut will comettdword
iere isany. ,


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Lriow-wow says e
Iew, mew says t1e
r unt runI Qoes te
And squeak goes te
It w u says t
CTw, caw says t I
Quack qucl says te
And wl Ispdrrows


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If w--isheswere
e ars mnig lt rid,

If all e world -wopl
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le


sea was ink


W t sold we avefo drink


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Jack dnd Ji
went up te
To fetcI a
So water;
fe l ldov
dnd broklejis cr
1m bca in
ntumblin af


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Sold


r


puddings dnl
went to fe .
dust ew mn
er eves.


W jile trougl te
streets.


STo all

S1noiei


s1e meets,
eer cries,
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odo of ad
,it pair of
under lper- arm;,
Se could sing notfkin
bt dedee,
Tle m carried
t e beumble (

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