The proud girl and other pictures & rhymes for children

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Title:
The proud girl and other pictures & rhymes for children
Series Title:
Under the window series
Physical Description:
p. 41-48 : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Greenaway, Kate, 1846-1901
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher:
McLoughlin Bros.
Place of Publication:
New York
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1885   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1885   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1885   ( rbgenr )
Genre:
Children's poetry
Nursery rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
after Kate Greenaway.
General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Publisher's advertisements p. 4 of wrapper.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).

Record Information

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 - 001869927
notis - AJU4604
oclc - 09648405
System ID:
UF00025973:00001

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THE PROUDILA TEa Qm asaftMci LOUGHLIN BROS. NEW-YORK.aeFtdb: a~*0iE..':~pi~i' ;~~a~~lS6- HI OA I~OKa~P s s 4 4


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THREE FUNNY BONNETS.POPPERTY, Peggy, Dressed in their bonnets,And Polly you see ; They thought it such fun ;Out with their playthings, To run thro' the showers,A picture of glee. Or play in the sun.Three funny bonnets, But naughty boys often,On three little girls; Would cry out in play;Pinafores tidy, Oh! here's the three Grannies,But never a curl. Out walking to-day!41.-. ,-.. ....^ ., .. 4~~"jiqj~;p


ROLLING HOOPS.OH! roll away. Oh! roll away!As far and fast, as you can run;Whoever can the fastest go,Will surely be the winning one.Now, helter-skelter-off you rollBut Fanny stubs her little toe;And sadly falls upon the ground,While swiftly on the others go.But soon, she'll get upon her feet,And with the others race away;Perhaps she will another day!42


THREE LITTLE BOYS."WHERE are you going, you three little boys,And where are you going to-day?"" We're going to look for a sweet apple tree,And in the green meadow to play."" For what are you longing, you three little boys,And what would you like to eat ?""We would like some apples, and gingerbread,And a fine big drum to beat.""What will you give me, you three little boys,In exchange for these good things ?""A long-tailed kite, a top, and a ball,And a little brown bird, that sings.""But that will not do, you little rogues three,I'll have something better than that;Some pretty green snails, you must seek till you find,And bring them to me, in your hats."43


GOING-A-MAYING.OH ring the bells, Oh ring the bells!We bid you all, " Good morning;"Give thanks we pray, our flowers are gay,And fair for your adorning.Oh ring the bells, Oh ring the bells !Good friends, accept our greeting;Where we have been, the woods are green,And fast the Spring is fleeting.Oh ring the bells, Oh ring the bells !For this fair time of Maying ;We blossoms bring, and while we sing,Oh hark to what we're saying.44~~~~a


GOING-A-MAYING.Oh! ring the bells, Oh ring the bells!And while they're sweetly chiming ;Our flowers so gay, we"ll give away,With words of merry rhyming.Oh ring the bells, Oh ring the bells !We must not long be staying ;For May has come, and May will go,While we are here delaying.Then ring the bells, Oh ring the bells!We'll sing a song with any;May every year, bring you good cheer,And each of us a penny.45


N7THE LITTLE FAT GOBLIN.Tiis little fat Goblin, Then laughed little Goblin,A terrible sinner ; A merry, ha! ha !Stole cabbages daily, "' Before me he catches,For breakfast, and dinner. He'll run very far."The farmer looked angry, And little fat Goblin,And scolded in vain ; Ran off from the farm ;" That rogue has been stealing, Taking a cabbage-head,My cabbage again." Under each arm !46


WE SAW A SHIP.WE saw a ship, that sailed the sea.It left us as the Sun went down.The white birds flew, and followed it,To town-to London town!Right sad were we, to stand alone,And see it sail, so far away;And yet we knew, some ship would come,Some other ship, some other day.It seemed to sink, beneath the wave,Until it vanished from our eyes;And with the Sun went down at last,Just as the yellow Moon did rise!47


I-iTHE PROUD GIRL.YES, that's the girl that struts about,So very proud-so very proud!Her dog is quite as proud as she;And both are very wrong to beSo proud-so very proud!And Jane, and Willy laugh at her,Because she is so very proud.Says Jane, " My stars just see her walk."Says Will, " now, can the doggie talk ?He looks so very proud !"48


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WE SAW A SHIP. WE saw a ship, that sailed the sea. It left us as the Sun went down. The white birds flew, and followed it, To town-to London town! Right sad were we, to stand alone, And see it sail, so far away; And yet we knew, some ship would come, Some other ship, some other day. It seemed to sink, beneath the wave, Until it vanished from our eyes; And with the Sun went down at last, Just as the yellow Moon did rise! 47



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N7 THE LITTLE FAT GOBLIN. Tiis little fat Goblin, Then laughed little Goblin, A terrible sinner ; A merry, ha! ha Stole cabbages daily, "' Before me he catches, For breakfast, and dinner. He'll run very far." The farmer looked angry, And little fat Goblin, And scolded in vain ; Ran off from the farm ; That rogue has been stealing, Taking a cabbage-head, My cabbage again." Under each arm 46



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I-i THE PROUD GIRL. YES, that's the girl that struts about, So very proud-so very proud! Her dog is quite as proud as she; And both are very wrong to be So proud-so very proud! And Jane, and Willy laugh at her, Because she is so very proud. Says Jane, My stars just see her walk." Says Will, now, can the doggie talk ? He looks so very proud !" 48





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THREE FUNNY BONNETS. POPPERTY, Peggy, Dressed in their bonnets, And Polly you see ; They thought it such fun ; Out with their playthings, To run thro' the showers, A picture of glee. Or play in the sun. Three funny bonnets, But naughty boys often, On three little girls; Would cry out in play; Pinafores tidy, Oh! here's the three Grannies, But never a curl. Out walking to-day! 41 .-. -,-.. ....^ ., „ .. ..* 4 ~~"jiqj~;p



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GOING-A-MAYING. Oh! ring the bells, Oh ring the bells! And while they're sweetly chiming ; Our flowers so gay, we"ll give away, With words of merry rhyming. Oh ring the bells, Oh ring the bells We must not long be staying ; For May has come, and May will go, While we are here delaying. Then ring the bells, Oh ring the bells! We'll sing a song with any; May every year, bring you good cheer, And each of us a penny. 45



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THREE LITTLE BOYS. "WHERE are you going, you three little boys, And where are you going to-day?" We're going to look for a sweet apple tree, And in the green meadow to play." For what are you longing, you three little boys, And what would you like to eat ?" "We would like some apples, and gingerbread, And a fine big drum to beat." "What will you give me, you three little boys, In exchange for these good things ?" "A long-tailed kite, a top, and a ball, And a little brown bird, that sings." "But that will not do, you little rogues three, I'll have something better than that; Some pretty green snails, you must seek till you find, And bring them to me, in your hats." 43



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THE PROUDILA TE a Qm as aft Mci LOUGHLIN BROS. NEW-YORK. aeF td b: a ~*0iE..':~ pi~i' ;~~ a~~l S6 -HI OA I~OK a~P s s 4 4



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Am1sin and Instructive Picture Books for Children. -4--i-IN PRESSTHE CALDECOTT SERIES., the diverting History of John Gilpin's Ride to Ware. The Mad Dog. The House that Jack Built. The Babes ii the Wood. 4*., 32pages. f-tjtifnlly illnstratt& in colors in the p opult istyle of the Georgian Era, known as the Eastlake. Price 2$. CaCh. -' *3 i-~~ THE YELLOW DWARF SERIES, The Yellow Dwarf. The Fawn In the Wood. Beauty and the Beast. Coody Two Shoes. Ip, (o g New and i1rnpr ed e3itions of thse ':irne-lionored 'stories. som<4 J11Itit"aOed in colors b) vIowAa, in the latest style of Art. Price Sc. &x t. Mother Goose. Naughty Children. These books are handsoinely illustrated in cclors, with, origial le* l)s y \iap. Each picture Will imake four diferent changes. Musl Pe -wn to be appreciated. Price 25c. each., HALF HOURS WITH THE BIBLE. ikhds racinc a careftill y-vritten and very superior series of Bi% le IlsnI IWnin a large amount )f Bible infor..ation in a very small clnn a 5 :111d :I(Iminu bl' adapted as preparatory books for lible study. T> ir simpli it '4thL % lithin eh co prpm ension of very young people. E'egantly ill iti11c Il i; W I :c, Cap quarto, 32 p ges. Pictorial cover, in gold and t)rJ,' The Creation o the World and the Deluge. Joseph and His Brethrer). Stories of Abrahan-, Isaac and Jacob. Jesus Our Example. Joshua and thc Mighty Men of Old. Jesus Our Saviour. Kin*ls of Israe and Judah. Story of the Apostles. Gooc Chil'ren of the Bible. [israel. Stories of the Prophets. Moses and the Wanderings of the Children of Mrs. Barbauld's Hymns. Price i each, or in one voluine royal 16lo., 350 pages, handsomel '44 hound in cloth, x1.50. ALBROS., 1h(,'PURL1S1IE/?S, E U: Y)ORK. S '''' <'2


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GOING-A-MAYING. OH ring the bells, Oh ring the bells! We bid you all, Good morning;" Give thanks we pray, our flowers are gay, And fair for your adorning. Oh ring the bells, Oh ring the bells Good friends, accept our greeting; Where we have been, the woods are green, And fast the Spring is fleeting. Oh ring the bells, Oh ring the bells For this fair time of Maying ; We blossoms bring, and while we sing, Oh hark to what we're saying. 44 ~~~~a



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ROLLING HOOPS. OH! roll away. Oh! roll away! As far and fast, as you can run; Whoever can the fastest go, Will surely be the winning one. Now, helter-skelter-off you roll But Fanny stubs her little toe; And sadly falls upon the ground, While swiftly on the others go. But soon, she'll get upon her feet, And with the others race away; Perhaps she will another day! 42