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The Aorning Call."G OOD morning, Mrs. Bunnykin; Your little ones are looking well,"How are your babies all? And oh! how much they've grownI've brought my doggie with me Since last we met-you must be proudTo pay a morning call. Such pretty dears to own."The Baldwin LibrarySUniv rityof...*-
ICONSIDER this a shame,It's a blot upon my name,Dressing up a dog like me,In such shabby finery.As for this old-fashioned bonnet,I should like to sil upon it.I feel as if I'd like to cry,Bother take the things, say I.R. K. M.TiD's Rctreat.
Peeding INeddy.pOR taking us along the sands, our donkey mustbe paid,So I will get some food for him before I go towade; ;,There, Neddy, take a bite or two; for you must-< lyhungry be,And it can't be a pleasant thing just gazing at thesea." 'Y two bunnies," said Miss Millie,"Can you tell me which is Billy?" 1' 1. I *K S
-}n -I!" CfIrc tabtddies.8 HICKABIDDIES, comeout and be fed;r.-B Eat it up, thenrun away to bed;"Creep, you baby things,Under mother's wings,Hiding every fluffylittle head IM. C.
Hide and e,.SAID Trot, " If youplease, would you.be so confiding,As to say, if you know,where my mistress ishiding;I've looked in the. ,board and under'stair-I've looked in thpantry-I've lookeverywhere,.I've looked in th_kitchen-the gard-the hall-And under the soit's no use at alSaid I, " Why, youknow, Trot, thatisn't fair play;But to give you a clue,perhaps I may say,You'll find out, I fancy, if you look once more,She isn't a hundred miles off from the door."
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A DEAR little lady,She sat in a shadySweet meadow the long summer day;Some lambkins who spied her,They played alongside her,The whole of the live summer day.
A Pair (:of Babies. ^ ^^- _PRETTY little lambkin,White and soft assnow,You are someone s baby:Someone loves you dearly, .Thinks you such a pet-That's your wooly mother,Whom I've often met.Lambkin, do you love yoursJust as I.love mine,Think of her while playingIn the bright sunshine? \If you do, dear lambkin, We are two wee babies,Love her for her care; Such a happy pair!
The New Toss.RETTY littlegoldfish 0,Swimming toand fro, ..Do not be so wfrightened--You're quite safeof that;To be friends we'llteach you, We will put you safely,Where she cannot reach;That is just one eachC. B.
-N -"We've both been fishing the whole of the day,But we haven't caught any, as yet," said they."We're fishing, and fishing, with all our might,But, somehow or other, the fish won't bite."
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