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Group Title: Warne's "Excelsior" toy-books ;, 41
Title: Dash's holiday
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Title: Dash's holiday
Series Title: Warne's "Excelsior" toy-books
Physical Description: 8 leaves : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Frederick Warne and Co ( Publisher )
Dalziel Brothers ( Engraver )
Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co.
Place of Publication: London ;
New York
Publication Date: [ca. 1880]
 Subjects
Subject: Dogs -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1880   ( lcsh )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Children's poetry
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
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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: UF00025995
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 - 001873312
notis - AJU8321
oclc - 29228514
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Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Dash's Holiday
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    Back Cover
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DASH'S HOLIDAY.SAID Dash, a young and handsome dog,"While mistress is away,I '11 run out to the fresh green fields,And take a holiday." My cousin keeps a farmer's flocks,And pleased I 'm sure he'll beA grand relation like myselfAt his poor house to see."So Dash drew on his Sunday coatOf velvet, soft and red;And a fine hat, with snow-white plume,He put upon his head.^ ----------------------------F-iThe Baldwin LibraryUniversitSFl. yda


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3^- ------ _---- _________________________DASH'S HOLIDAYAnd thus he walked down Regent Street-A puppy young and vain-And pitied all the "vulgar" folksWho must in town remain.For many miles he walked and ran,And seldom paused to rest,Until he met a snow-white dogLike rural lassie dressed.She wore a hat and bodice blue;A wheatsheaf on her arm.Dash bowed, and said, "Please tell me, ma'am,The way to Arden Farm.""That is my home," the white dog said;" Good Farmer Austin's sheepMy father-Keeper is his name-Is bound from thieves to keep."^ -------------------- j^


G^ -------- ---h" ^ ------ --*~--------DASH'S HOLIDAY."Then you're my cousin Blanche," said he." I'm Dash-in town well known;A most distinguished lady's pet-I scorn a vulgar bone."Then I 'm afraid, good cousin Dash,"The white dog, laughing, said,"That in our rural home you'll findYourself but poorly fed."They walked together to the farm,Blanche full of harmless glee;And just outside the woodbine porchThey good old Keeper see.Says Blanche, " This is our cousin Dash.""He's welcome," Keeper said;And into his snug dwelling-placeThe London dandy led;3^d ----- ------ -------------------i


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^~~~ ------------------ ^---r~DASH'S HOLIDA Y.And set before him rural fare.Dash "did his best" to eat;But in his secret heart he thoughtFarm bacon quite a treat." You're come just in the nick o' time,"The homely sheep dog cries;While with fat bacon and good bonesHe Dash's plate supplies."To-morrow's the Hunt dinner, lad,And they'll be glad to seeA friend of mine-a cousin too-Rare fun it's sure to be."You hunt, no doubt?" "Sometimes," said Dash,"A rat yields me some sport;But hunting's out of fashion quiteIn Queen Victoria's Court:S4


K7 -----------------_ __ KDASH'S HOLIDAY."Our Sov'reign Lady dces not hunt."Says Keeper, "That is true;But what her Majesty may doIs nought to me and you."Dash smiled, and said that since from CcurtIt was his fate to stray,He'd gladly share in any funThat chance threw in his way.The next day, dressed out in their best,To the Hunt feast they go;And Keeper introduces DashTo all he chanced to know.The hounds had spread a jovial feast;But I 'm ashamed to sayHow very foolishly poor DashBehaved upon that day.


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A ---- --- -DASH'S HOLIDAY.Full soon the fox is found: they start;Dash holds on by the mane;His hat flies off-but he sticks onUntil a brook they gain."I wish I were a spaniel now!"Cries Dash, in sore distress."I cannot swim in boots and spurs!Oh, here's a pretty mess!"Pride had a fall, and Dash a spill-He tumbled in the stream;And as, indeed, he could not swim,His peril was extreme.A Newfoundland-at whom he'd laughedBecause mere ale he drank-Leaped down at once into the brook,And drew him to the bank.-- -7- '^ __------------------


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V^i----------.-------------DASH'S HOLIDAY.Weary and wet, he leads him home;Dash vows he'll hunt no more.They find his pretty cousin BlancheSpinning beside the door.Quite vexed to see her cousin's plight,She made him go to bed;And many grateful words of thanksShe to the great dog said.Smiling, he answered, " Pretty Blanche,Send this poor puppy home;It does not do for such as heAbout the world to roam." By petting he's been spoiled outright:He's only fit to stayWith some fine lady in her roomTo jump about and play.^ _____________- -- -___________---------


j^ ~ --------------------DASH'S HOLIDA Y." That's true," said Blanche; "yet this I knowOf my poor London friend,-With his own feeble life Dash wouldHis mistress kind defend." He's a good house dog-vain, I grant,As puppies still will be;This ducking will have done him good,As by-and-bye you'll see." I dare say, if we went to town,We might as awkward seem,And find the streets as hard to crossAs Dash did our small stream."


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DASH'S HOLIDAY.Blanche nursed Dash well, and he went backTo town, much wiser grown;But of his further historyNo more to us is known.B-ro^ / < ------------------------------ --------- K *> [


WARNE'S NURSERY LITERATURE." Plenty to praise in " Warne's Nursery -Lerature.' The Artistic character of their Publicationsis near perfection.-Daily Telegraph.WARNE'S "C EXCELSIOR" TOY-BOOKS.In large crown 4to., price 6d. each, Picture Wrapper; or, Mounted on Linen, 1/- eackl6. The Book of Trades 28. The Story of Ruth 49. Puss in Boots7. The Children in the Wood 29. T"e Story of Daniel 58. The Two Friends8. The Sunday A. B. C. 30. .ie Prodigal Son 59. Little Six Years Old9. Edith's Alphabet 31. The Pilgrim's Progress 60. Dot and her Dollo1. The Object Alphabet 32. Watts' Hymns 61. Blanche and CoraII. Jack in.the Box 34. Aunt Easy's Alphabet 65. Red Riding Hood13. Punch and Judy 35. The Home Alphabet 66. Railway A. B. C.14. Cinderella 36. The Comic Alphabet 67. A, Apple Pie16. Nursery Rhyme Alphabet 37. Nursery Rhymes 68. Alphabet of Animals17. Cock Robin's Courtship, &c. 38. Nursery Songs 69. Mother Goose18. The Zoological Gardens 39. Nursery Jingles 70. Mother Hubbard 71. The Pets20. Nursery Numbers 40. {Aiss Mouser's Tea Party 72. Dick Whittington21. Banquet of Birds 41. Dash's Holiday 73. Sing a Song of Sixpence22. Nursery Lullabies 42. The Ten Little Niggers 74. Horses* By HERRING23. The Robins 43. The Ark Alphabet 75. Ditto " Ditto24. The Silly Little Baa-Lamb 44. Cock Robin's Death 76. Dogs* By LANDSEER25. The Tiny Tea Party 45. Curly Locks, &c. 77. Ditto* Ditto26. The Alexandra Alphabet 46. .Old Man in the Wood 78. The House that Jack Built27. The Story of Moses 48. Jack and the Beal.alk 79. Jack and Jill* These TOY BOOKS are produced at a very large outlay,.on thick hard paper, in the very best style of Colour Printing,with the determination of having them better than any yet published.AUNT LOUISA'S LONDON TOY BOOKS.With large Original Page Plates by the first Artists, in the very best style of Colour Printing,With Letterpress Descriptions.In Demv 4to, 1/- each, Picture Covers; or 3iounted on Linen, 2/- each.I.. The Railway A. B. C. 39. My Children 74. Hop o'my Thumb2.- A, Apple Pie 40. Jack and Jill 79. Joseph and his Brethren4. Childhood's Happy Hours 41. The Faithful Friend 8o. The Proverbs of SolomonS. John Gilpin, The Story of 42. Ten Little Niggers 8r. King David (The Story of)To. The Seaside 43. Zoological Gardens 82. The Wonders of ProvidenceiI. The Robin's Christmas Eve 44. Ditto 83. Lear's Book of Nonsense*3.- Alphabet of Fruits 45. Ditto 84. Ditto **14., Frisky, the Squirrel 46. Ditto 85. Ditto15. Country Pets 47. Puzzle Alphabet 86. Ditto *16. Pussy's London Life 56. My Favourites 87. Nine Niggers More17. 'Hector, the Dog 5I. Home Pets 89. Lear's Book of Nonsense ****IS. Dick Whittington 52. John Bull's Farm Yard Alphabet 90. Ditto *19. The Fairy at the Fountain 53. Tabby's Tea Fight 91.' Old Nursery Songs(Diamonas and oTeads) 54. Rover's Dinner Party 92. Old Nursery Rhymes21. -ncle's Farmyard 55. London Characters 93. The Soldier's Alohabet22. LondnrrA. B. C. 56. Globe Alphabet 94. The Sailor's Alphabet23. Country A. C. 57. Famous Dogs. LANDSEER 95. The Little Sportsman's Alphabet24. A. B. C. of Giames and Sports 58. Noted Dogs. Ditto 96. The Farmyard Hunt25. Household Pets 59. Famous Horses. HERRING 97. A Country Holiday26. Hare and Torthise 60. Noted Horses. Ditto 98. Play Hours27. Hey Diddle-Diddle -61. Childhood's Playtime 99. Play Time28. World-Wide Fables 62. Our Boys and Girls loo. A. B. C. of Ships and Boats29. The Birthday Party 63. Alphabet of Animals lo1. The Trial of the Sparrow30. The King, Queen, and Knave of 66. Little Dame Crmp 102. Old Woman who lived in a ShoeHearts 67. Childhood's Delight 103. Three Little Doggies31. Cock Robin's Courtship 68. Hush-a-Bye, Baby 1o4. Childhood33. The Nursery Alphabet 69. Tottie's Nursery Rhymes 1o5 Old FavouritesS35. Bruin, the Bear 70. Cinderella 1o6. Playful Puss36. Dame Trot and her Cat 71. Red Riding Hood 107. Six Little Maidens37. Home for the Holidays 72. Old Mother Hubbard io8. Home Fairies38. Punch and Judy 73. Little Bo-PeepFREDERICK WARNE & CO., LONDON AND NEW YORK,DALZIEL BROTHERS CAMDEN PRESS, LONDON, N.W.


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