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 Jack in the Box
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Group Title: Warne's "Excelsior" toy-books ;, 11
Title: Jack in the box
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00025993/00001
 Material Information
Title: Jack in the box
Series Title: Warne's "Excelsior" toy-books
Physical Description: 8 leaves : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Frederick Warne and Co ( Publisher )
Camden Press ( Printer )
Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co.
Place of Publication: London
Manufacturer: Camden Press
Publication Date: c1880
Subject: Juvenile literature -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Juvenile literature   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
General Note: Title from cover.
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: UF00025993
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 - 001873313
notis - AJU8322
oclc - 29228518
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
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    Jack in the Box
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    Back Cover
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34'7 .-- ---- -- ______ = gg^ .-.._ __.. ----------___To Edith's care they give this charming present,Which in the closet carefully she locks;And only upon grand occasions shows themThe many changes of the magic box.-v /'

WARNE'S NURSERYU TERATUR| .""' Wane's Excel-ior Toy Books' bear away the palm fro itors,." A .as"Pienty to praise in 'Warne's Nrsery-Litcrisure.' The artistic character of their'publi near perfection."-Dj;fy Tdlerap.WARNES " EXCELSIOR" ToY BOKS,If' large crown 4to, pfrice SItPENCE each, Picture .Wraper; or mountes on Linen, ONE SHILLIfNG ach.. Horses. 3 26. The Alexandra Alphabet. 47. Daisy's Picnic.. Dogs. 27. The Story of Moses. 48 Jack and the Beansalk."6 The Book of Trades. 28. The Story of Ruth. 49, Puss in Boots.:. The Childien in the Wood. 29 The Stoy of Daniel. 5: The King and the Abbot. :8 The Sunday A BC. 3. The Prodigal Son. 5. Dick Whittington.9. Edith's Alphabet. 31. The Filgrim's Prog:ess. a. Tom Thumb. -to. The Object Alphabet. 2. 'Watts's Hymns. 53. Marriage of Allan-a-Dale.,I. Jack in nhe:Box. 3 Aunt Easy's Alphabet. 4. Sir Francis Drake, &c.3. Punch an Judy. ;. The Home Alphabet. 55. Robin the Conjuror.14. Cinderella. 3. The Comic Alphabet. 6. The Beggar of Bethnal Green.:. House that Jack Built. "Nusery hymes. 57. The Child born to '- a King.. Nlurs ry Rhyme Alphal et. Nursery ng, 5. The Two FriendC- :. Cock lobin's Courtship, &. N urry Jingles. Little Six-Years-Old.e'.l The Zoological Gardens. ; tMs Mouser's Tea-Party. 60. Dot and her Doll.0. Nutsery Numbersr 'i. Wf eis Holiday. 6. Blanche and Cor:a.. Banqu iutof Birds. 42,hTen Little Niggers. 62. Robison Cru.2, Nursery Lullabies. 43 heAr AAlphaltet.' Old Mother H d.23. The Robins. 44 Cock Robin's Death. 6 The Pets.24. The Silly Little BaaLarb. 45- Curly Locks, &c. Little Red Ridi Hood25. The Tiny Tea-Party. 45: Ol Man in the Wood.f h These'oy Books are produced at a very large outlay, on thick hapapr, in te stye o Colour ning itdetermination of having them better than ank yet published.ANT Lou SA's 'LONDON Toy OOKith large Orginal Page Pates by the First Artists, in the very of Cour P t with L tt. i ood'iappy Hours. 40. ak and Jil. 7z. Red RidingHo od.f a Do l 41. The aithful Fiend. 72. Old Motrubbard.Jhn Gilpin (The Story of). 42. Te Little Niggers. 73. Little Bo-Pep14. Frisky tA Sqo rrel. 5A John Bull's Farmyard Alphabet. 78. mic PicturesIS Country Pet 5 Tbby's Tea-Fight. 79. oseph and his rethren.r6. Pussy's London Life. 54. Rover's Dinner-Party. c. The Proverbs of So on.17 ector he Do55. London Characters. d (The y of)x. Ditk Whittington 6. Globe Alphabet. 82.The Wonders of Providence. Uncle's Famyard 57. Famous ogs. Landseer 83. Lears Book of Nonsense.. Huehold Pet 58. Noted Dogs. Ditto. 84. Ditto.26. Hare and Tortse. Famous Horses. Herring. 85. Ditto7. Hey-Didd e-Di ddle. tNoted Horses. Ditto.28. World-wide Fables. 6z. Childhood's Playtime. 87 Nine Niggers Moreig. The Birthday Party. 6;. %r Boys and Girls. 89. Lear's Book of Nonsense.30. King, Queen, and Knave of Hearts 6. phabet of Animals. go. tto3. Cock Robin's Courtship, &c. 64. New Year's Eve. gi Old Nursery Songs.33 The Nursery Alphabet. 66. Little Dame Crtump. 2. Old Nursery RmesBruin the Bear 67. Childhood's elight 93. The Sdier habtDame Trot and he Cat. 68. Hush-a-by 4. The37. Home for the Holidays.PICTURE PUZZLE Toy BOOKS.,Ptinled in Colours, with full Descriptions. ONE ISILLIYG E$CA1. THE HOUSE WE LIVE IN. 71. THE DOLL A1-. RES2 THE NURSERY PLAY BOOK. 1. THE BOOK OF TRADE3. OUR HOLIDAYS. 8. THE HORSE.5. OUR KING AND QUEEN. /-AuNT LOuISAIS MAGIC MODELLER_Engraved Plates, Printed in Colours. In 4to, Ptcur Covers. ONE SHILLING EACHs. T-E WONDERFUL ALPHABET.These Books are so printed that they can be made into many distinct toys,LmO: FR W &CA"ONPRESS, Ni

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