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'HE BOOK OF TRADES.THE PRINTER, THE TAILORS.Do you love to hear pretty stories These Tailors are making a new cloth coatRead from a nice little book ? 'For young Arthur s papa to wear;If you wish to know how they 're printed, or young Arthur's papa to ear;At this pretty picture look. How very industrious they seem to be,S' Both sitting so patiently there.I wonder what pleasant pagesThis Printer has in the press ?The value nd use of his business Little Arthur looks, and wonders to seeThe value and use of his businessLanguage can hardly express. Men working with needles and thread;If Koster had not cut out letters of wood, But why should they not in this useful wayNiN Ijrwauld teach all the way to be good. Be winning their own daily bread?THE CARPENTER. THE WATCHMAKER.See! the Carpenter uses his plane, This man is called a Watchmaker:The shavings fall around, We could not count the timeCov'ring with graceful and waving rings If it were not for the watches,The sawdust.sprinkled ground. And the old church's chime.He makes for people shutters and doors, But since we thus can mark the hours,Boxes and stools of wood. Take care to use them well,I think he'll let little Harry help, So that no naughty actionBecause he's very good; Their wasted moments tell.And he knows how the little boy enjoys "Tic-toe, tic-toc, tic-tdc, tic-toe!"Pretending to work with his box of toys. Mind your work. as well as the clock.The Baldwin Librarymr DB U '*'
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THE BLACKSMITH. THE BOAT-BUILDER.The- Blacksmith, with his sturdy arms, The ships go down to the great deep sea;Is beating out a shoe The sailors on board live merrily;For or r old Dobbin, our good horse; The men in the docks take every careI hope that it will do. Strong, sound vessels for them to prepare.Hark! how the hammer rings and rings; The Waterman stands upon the shore,See how the bright sparks fly, To ply his wherry the river o'er;And how the roaring fire ascends And this little boy would like to floatIn tongues of flame on high. In the calm water his tiny boat.On very cold and frosty days An English boy there can scarcely beThe poor folks love that cheerful blaze. Who does not love dearly the glorious sea.THE -SHOEMAKER. THE BAKER."Please will you make my Dolly I wonder if BakersA little pair of shoes ? Didn't make us some bread,She cannot walk without them: On what little babyI hope you '11 not refuse," And I should be fed?Said gentle little Mary, I should not much fancyWith her sweet childish grace. To live upon r e;A kindly smile stole over And roast meat b itselfThe good Shoemaker's face. I don't think is ice."Indeed, my little darling, I greatly prefer good fresh bread and hotI can't refuse," said he; cakes;" No is too hard to utter, And I thank this good manjfor the troubleWhen you ask so prettily." he takes.4
WARNE'S NURSERY LITERATURE." Plenty to praise in " Warne's Nursery Literature.' The Artistic character of their Publicationsis near perfection.-Daily Tlegraph.WARNE'S " EXCELSIORE" TOY-BOOKS.6. The Book of Tsades 28. The Story of Ruth 49. Puss in Boots7. The Children in the Wood 29. The Story of Daniel 58. The Two Friends8. The Sunday A. B. C. 30. The Prodigal Son 59. Little Six Years Old9. Edith's Alphabet 31. The Pilgrim's Progress 60. Dot and her Doll10. The Object Alphabet 32. Watts' Hymns 61. Blanche and Cora"II. 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 Goosei8. The Zoological Gardens 39. Nursery Jingles 70. Mother Hubbard 71. The Pets2o. Nursery Numbers 40. Miss 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 Beanstalk 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.I. The Railway A. B. C. 39. My Children 74. H 'my Thumb2. A, Apple Pie 40. Jack and Jill 79. Joseph and his Brethren4. Childhood's Happy Hours 41. The Faithful Friend 80. The Proverbs of Solomon8. John Gilpin, The Story of 42. Ten Little Niggers 81. King David (The Story of)ro. The Seaside 43. Zoological Gardens 82. The Wonders of rovidence"I The Robin's Christmas Eve 44. Ditto 83. Lear's Book of Nonsense13. 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 50. My Favourites 87. Nine Niggers More17. Hector, the Dog 51. Home Pets 89. Lear's Book of Nonsense****I8. Dick Whittington 52. John Bull's Farm Yard Alphabet 90. Ditto ****19. The Fairy at the Fountain 53. Tabby's Tea Fight 91. Old NurserySongs(Diamouds and Toads) 54. Rover's Dinner Party 92. Old NurseryRhymes21. Unle's Farmyard 55. London Characters 93. The Soldier's Alphabet22. London A. B. C. 56. Globe Alphabet 94. The Sailor's Alphabet23. Country A B. C. 57. Famous Dogs. LANDSEER 95. The Little Sportsman's Alphabet24. A. B. C. of Games and Sports 58. Noted Dogs. Ditto 96. The Farmyard Hunt25 Household Pets 59. Famous Horses. HERRING 97. A Country Holiday26. Hare and Tortoise 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 Ioo. A. B. C. of Ships and Boats29. The Birthday Party 63. Alphabet of Animals Iro. The Trial of the Sparrow30. The Kg, Queen, and Knave of 66. Little Dame Crump Io2. Old Woman who lived in a ShoeHearts 67. Childhood's Delight 103. Three Little Doggies31f Cock Robin's Courtship 68. Hush-a-Bye, Baby o104. Childhood33. The Nursery Alphabet 69. Tottie's Nursery Rhymes 1o5. Old Favourites35. Bruin, the Bear 70. Cinderella 106. PlayfirPuss. D e rot her Cat 71. Red Riding Hood 107. SixLittle Maidens37. Home for the Holidays 72 Old Mother Hubbard 108. Home Fairies38. Punch and Judy 73. Little Bo-PeepFREDERICK WARNE & CO., LONDON AND NEW YORK.DALZIEL BROTHERS, CAMDEN PRESS, LONDON, N.W.,-.^ I _* xl, /