Title: Arthur's alphabet
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Title: Arthur's alphabet
Physical Description: 10 p. : ;
Language: English
Creator: McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher: McLoughlin Brothers
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: 1880
Copyright Date: 1880
 Subjects
Subject: Alphabet rhymes -- 1880   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre: Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
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Bibliographic ID: UF00026037
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltqf - AAB8889
notis - AKN3122
oclc - 25990111
alephbibnum - 002045201

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A for ARTHUR, careful and good,
Learning his lesson, as little boys should.


is BABY, cheerful and gay,
Too young to learn, but ready for play.
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C is the CART, in which baby sits down,
Playing with Arthur at driving to town.








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D is the DINNER, brought up on a tray,
For which Master Baby'a quite ready to-day.


is iiuincu EMMA., -lhu sits "in hul place,
Teaching dear Arthur how he should say grace.


I I I ;


is the FOOTMAN ; this shows how he stood,
To say Mamma wants them if both have been good.






F
L-


B
G
1W
R
w


S
x


C D
HIJ
NO


T
Y


E
K
P
U
z


abcdefg
hijklmn
op q r s t u
vwx vz
*/


E
I


V







at
am
an
in
or
is
on
ox


LES


boy
dog
can
run
bad
and
she
get


SON
pig
pen
cow
has
put
his
man
fox


III.
the
hen
see
ant
rat
bee
mug
him


LESSON II.
up
as
oh
us
we
me
he
do


my
by
to
go
no
so
we
ye














G for GRATITUDE; Arthur stands there,
Emma to thank for her kindness and care.

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for the HORSES, the carriage that drew,
In which Arthur is riding, and Baby went too.


I for the INDIAN, who comes from afar,
From a country iin which there has often been war.


H







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Sis fbr J UGr, by Baby overthrown;
SDear children, don't meddle with thinw4s not your own.







K for the KISS Baby took with great joy,
When Mamma had forgiven her dear little boy.






L is the LADY Maiimma went to see,
Who said: Arthur and Baby must come and see me."


M


for the MONKEY, smartly arrayed,
That danced on the organ the Savoyard played.





LES


cat
big
not
bit
fat
for
fly
far


SON
fen
den
ten
fib
jib
pin
cup
tub


IV


tan
ran
pan
ban
pun
sun
gun
fig


kin
sin
win
bin
rig
wig
dip
hip


LESSON
mob
cog
fog
hog
lip
sip
tin
win


V.


dry
sly
nut
red
sir
may
lay
sit





LESSON
lig mad
dig hot
big cot
now lot
tan hop
egg new
was pan
mud sad


VI.
let
sod
can
set
sud
bud
cud
nud


LESSON
fan jay
kid ink
way cry
din ice
car pay
kin age
dip sob
cup rob


VII.
fob
fin
tun
nap
tip
oar
oak
tap










is the NOSEGAY of flowers so gay,
That Arthur brought home for Nurse Emma one day.





O for the ORANGE which Baby holds tight,
While Arthur cries for it;-dear boy, that's not right
ate, -.. .


P for PAPA, who came in and said,
If Arthur is greedy we'll send him to bed.

^'skU~LLL'


Q


for the QUARREL that happened one day,
When Arthur took Baby's big bounce-ball away.



















R is tl_ ROD, lhat i<> Artlr was sliwn,w
To teach him to leave poor Baby alone.


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S is the STOOL, oi which Arthur must sit,
Till he hias grot over his covetous fit.


J~


I,.


T for the TOYS, with which he must not play,
For in well-earned disgrace is poor Arthur to-day.





LES
wip
rip
tip
sig
peg
veg
leg
keg


SON
gig
fig
bad
hop
pen
fry
fed
ded


VII


I.
led
bed
nay
hay
pet
kit
rap
rod


LESSON IX.


jar
low
bid
how
had
air
all
are


use
yes
dot
hat
son
bag
nag
log


bog
rag
lag
toy
lay
bay
day
joy





LESSON


book
cold
girl
hand
good
warm
boys
door


sing
nose
work
whip
head
love
give
must


milk
help
when
bark
snow
bird
cage
send


LESSON


hold
gold
step
shut
lame
feed
walk
play


corn
slop
some
more
come
doll
nest
rain


pain
face
ship
arch
tent
dear
gain
plan


X.


XI











* lir 1 :Ni_ r% w^ li 1 a iiiiih !iiiiii'iu ii j n s s
'-i And Arthur, forgiven, here sits on his knee.


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is the VESSEL, with sails all untirled,
That has carried dear Uncle half over the world.


W is the WATCH, Master Baby's great joy,
Which Mamma now holds up to amuse her dear boy.


V














X is for XERXES, and Uncle lit; said
I'll tell you about him, but now go to bed."

.. ..... I B B I N Al
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is the YAWN, given by Arthur at last;
So they put him to bed, for his bed-time


was past.


Z the ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS must be,
Which Arthur and Baby were taken to see;
And when our young friends have learned this book through,
I think they deserve to be taken there too.


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