Sketches & scraps

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Title:
Sketches & scraps
Uncontrolled:
Sketches and scraps
Physical Description:
64 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Richards, Laura Elizabeth Howe, 1850-1943
Richards, Henry ( Illustrator )
Beneke, M ( Printer )
Estes & Lauriat
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Estes & Lauriat
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Boston (301 Washington Street)
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M. Beneke
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Children's poetry -- 1881
Bldn -- 1881
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Children's poetry
fiction   ( marcgt )
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United States -- Massachusetts -- Boston
United States -- New York -- New York

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Statement of Responsibility:
by Laura E. Richards ; with pictures by Henry Richards.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).

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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
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All rights reserved, Board of Trustees of the University of Florida.
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aleph - 001630413
oclc - 24899167
notis - AHQ5183
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PHIL'S SECRET.I know a little girl,But I won't tlwhoI'Her hair is of the gold,But I won't tell whenAndThe very smallest boeys are of the blue.MakeHer smile is of the sweetbiggesWhenAnd her heart is of the true.You may ask about it1Such a pretty little girlIBut I won't tell wheno.I see her every day,But I won't tell where!It~may be in the lane,By the thorn-tree there.It may lie in the garden,By the rose-buds fair.Such a pretty little girl !--But I won't tell where.I'll marry her some day,But I won't tell when IThe very smallest boysMake the very biggest men,When I'm as tall as father,You may ask about it then.Such a pretty little girl!--But I won't tell when.


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1 ItTHE SEVEN LITTLE TIGERSAND THE AGED COOK.Seven little Tigers they sat them in a row,Their seven little dinners for to eat,And each of the troop had a little plate of soup,The effect of which was singularly neat.I I |II -A


19 _They were feeling rather cross, for they hadn't anysauce,To eat with their pudding or their pie.So they rumpled up their hair in a spasm of despair,And vowed that the aged cook should die.' :


Then they called the aged cook,and a frying-pan they tookTo fry him very nicely for theirsupper.He was ninety-six years old, onauthority I'm told,And his name was Peter Sparrow-piper Tupper.""Mr. Sparrow-piper Tup, we intendon you to sup1"Said the eldest little Tiger very sweetly.But this naughty aged cook, just re-marking "only look I"Chopped the little Tiger's head offvery neatly.Then he said unto the rest, it has always been confessedThat a tiger's better eating than a man.So I'11 fry him for you now, and you all will find, I trow,That to eat him will be much the better plan.So they tried it in a trice, and found that it was nice,And with rapture they embraced one another.And they said "by hook or crook we must keep thisaged cook,"So we'll ask him to become our elder brother.Which they accordingly did.


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Skinny Mrs. Snipkin,With her little pipkin,Sat by the fireside a-warming of her toes.Fat Mrs. Wobblechin,With her little doublechin,Sat by the window a-cooling of her nose.


Says this one to that one,"O! you silly fat one,Will you shut the window down? you're freezingme to death?"Says that one to t'other one,"Good gracious, how you bother one! [breath."There isn't air enough for me to draw my precious


______________.- Iit ____ ._-I-tSkinny Mrs. Snipkin,Took her little pipkin,Threw it straight across the room as hard as shecould throw.Hit Mrs. WobblechinOn her little doublechin,And out of the window a-tumble she did go.


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26ome UwTHE LITTLE COSSACKThe tale of the little Cossack,Who lived by the river Don.He sat on a sea-green hassock,And his grandfather's name was John,His grandfather's name was John, my dears,And he lived upon bottled stout,And when he was found to be not at home,He was frequently found to be out.


The tale of the little Cossack,He sat by the river side,And wept when he heard the people sayThat his hair was probably dyed,That his hair was probably dyed, my dears,And his teeth were undoubtedly sham,"If this be true," quoth the little Cossack,"What a poor little thing I am I"


SThe tale of the little Cossack,He sat by the river's brim,And he looked at the little fishes,And the fishes looked back at him,The fishes looked back at him, my dears,And winked at him, which was wuss,"If this be true, my friend."they said,"You'd better come down to us."The tale of the little Cossack,He said "you are doubtless right;Though drowning is not a becoming death,For it makes one look like a fright.If my lovely teeth be crockery,And my hair of Tyrian dye,Then life is a bitter mockery,And no more of it will I!"


4 -The tale of the little Cossack,He drank of the stout so brown:Then put his toes in the water,And the fishes dragged him down.And the people threw in his hassock,And likewise his grandfather John,And there was an end of the family,On the banks of the river Don.


LITTLE BROWN BOBBY.Little brown Bobby sat on the barn floor,Little brown Bossy looked in at the door,Little brown Bobby said "LackadaylWho'll.drive me this little brown Bossy away?"


Little brown Bobby said "Shoot shool shool"Little brown Bossy said "Moo moo! moo1"This frightened them so that both of them cried,And wished they were back at their Mammy's side.


A LegendofLake Okee-finokee,MrFrogge,ere once owas roq,JJlKnce licec ven& bo.,(ptd e WordsL e son, k ee o'L oee."* (ot he saeLq, a U, d o ilonoK'Uiere roakeLy croak eji croaky.


C(l at y fe's JaiiLy '3rou s reacceedivn Lv pokf Bc^i.o no long erit stoplJ LtA ifqy coo b-ath f oriCay from akLe keenk inoe irdtS, ) hadrocklni bk'dLj rTy mniscnce over}euaLrdj Ce 0ooraj ofae fyrog as be spokee.r4be said, Iry iLfe|1,|, ,roq aucL -,ve heen Gai str fe,Is Cae 1kve& bytkcakeefneefokee.KiOW (A see Git aGu Lancel/ re s c cap i8LC0 C p ouncelor lo JplGy itm GLprtCiricaiL jokee.oilI oerLCture Lo saySibe sbacLt not 1oGlayj keAve i te banLks.ofj i| iakelkeefuLokee_f_


84.FINOKBo t-is 1)aeL mocking -bira,So-t sL y Q .J`Y cocLccr et,e fecc to a, tree roob Le CO"SLL ouLy Le S cum6ill tb (0le frest, rang,0) u! Jroi l ety roeoa k-ley croakv) hL e co arbc a, 'i son-,a sL1eroy serie along,il- hS p-l'pe lor l'o sito -k-",'s be s c&1) (i rom1,e Lojs esce filuo I c bKeC<ji ejjirict L efiCPi(lee.


SA LS GENDLAKEFINO eaLm fdUe$ witcoa maxoC(Ax OYC 0 T x reo ecr ouc ofmx ryceC0eoarbuiqng On top of QLTU o0"y-tif frogj cauLJLc"b treCes,Trtcuy l fiv ns le, Ceseon t I bnks of(i.heSe efinok ee.50 he c tmbTke bci tTree;k laoS! ug. elc (. Lt b Ldl 5is LC .Lv EL re elr, ue ck itCOOS lrolee.eilt 8 ascLk tiLa to say,Pier rtore iem Ostrayro,,mtbe b3ns of aie


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ac ky rost, Olacky 0 fo!st,ame n e inte ni 6tfeft tre mea docus tlcat te crossed.Sleaming w ite.ant ed cwit) ihis silver bruslery Cindlouoo p0a-ne;JX'ssed tbe leaves and nmade thembusillusp anm blusb again.


39.,L ack y Jro st; J cky c k ost,rept aroundl tle loux e,Ly as a s iver focx,Til as a nm.ou.se.lut littledienny coarne,u'i Ib nGJ i k e ros e.i Xp jumpe d cackv -ost,[n nd punc1ed J er tlittl te nose.


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41THE THREE FISHERS^ootjiJreele-t;ck etnel Jpcu'y4 Q(I on0ce CL oliet Cy;Kna. 4ey a3o i gco eit-rns$K0 frlerry eAi so 8c0 .ey Coe i 1 tO) fts f or s0aL 1o ,*Bese tliUl cyillrenree;ohn \IredHn n ctand


42.JNt wm asnot inT le ocean,"1or fro m ti e river s ore,ult I1n ttl e monstrous w c aer-buttutside the kitcb endoor..`Sn i Toe ba e al afis o or,34d nWedc a crofoked pin,^ Ru- ^ _enry 1atd }is sisters net,ind t ou1t1 it iwas no sin.


43.Ioey climbAelup on te ladderi ey tt e top Ctid wn;Senn-d tetey p erc e ed upon the edq e,Ard tTen I ey dc begqn."%at owo e ir fisl}int prospered,^r f t ey did it oowe,Or if t eycaun t -tle salmon,c annot O, canvnot te 1.


44NOeccLse ll Cos nottjere, youknoco,IA e MT 1 11Y x_ lwto CLcn c. OrTify 8siyVcai jleact-sa-iti simrnIer Lay.I OwO K not or Ct 8Jmnon,- adlrk oith -osioisn ,z)I^'t i frx)a rc 0Tece tittle boys,"Al Tri binj to trc skiir.--TI Aissss -^:^^ ^


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+it-o t +--8 i l- ,R. -o'-1 -I ispSow me your Lanutern true!wver e meelow on o9er iie ill.ladlUy 11 foo you.eVer f't MLmurrmuL -r nr ks to rest,,n eo.er4'll yourJrieca ,f YLyou'l only gev me tipe pot ot golta t lies ct your journTey's end.


47.Oiz-o'-ie- isp, Bilo^ e- isp,iCi pis Leierra true.er ie nTacadoco anrL ower ie jL,ScoaLy ad cOy Oifeoom.Ind a moiay anci away ooent ie poor little boy,4rukcinag c along so bolei,ac tniakicniov nofouit iLt te journey's end,|nd Ine wonoidTjaloA Jo0ol.


48!/ -~%eco cC0om-to J, lomely swocTrmp.veu ouX ns lecnttern. aLt 0aTU0"b ec a cOe'y"Le C. a,nqIa tne ooTr litle oy ce-Tt 0s "o+ae, ho'e,c un& tfe XiN coIl .0 CeL com e, calas! to )is ,ou1'ueys eTd,:ul Coberve ias fte psot of coldL4E3~ C i


49icbo1e8s eele llost nis -e ul,ut' hen, rr mee coula not see.o bte toU-i"t C oas o iebtan3l be coentto bea,.


so50.Ionsonliy )erksie fouaet wit %urks,PerfoTrt nt ma-ny wor ue nful works.e kiUletd over forty,min" b auno b< -ncL cut off t1 eir becLs witn smlResanetc srn-irks.


SRED-. HIT EiTLifreel Wnilt^)e m arrieJ a efrigh t,#be ceLet him, brer eLclinf,ber dJLk eiouelTbe beak of bis beeCalecs solIovety, 4,e s,kciJ,FI JecjleJ ber sLd etL enreLplureelJyar silylJ.


HARRIR HUT CHI cLrrieL |ltc1 ,eCtr co Lt COic.8 so" cour wurcle eru eLi oolA coTrle boiLepl ne ccoobnt1 larecfak-stecA on it,MT CIroa toe tio e m ooT omner< ^rcanrAemrof er's crmtch.t-/


lIIl Loe eliesI1 loc.ely maiTe,1et seaJ senofor yo-Ur reamtinLe?-!mer eTecL fLower T c4rj fer 4cc cy,A lo o-my olel Miater is king to eley,Uls. W-illot olol o, ccnel s un will] notLsine.beCtb ccl elo J for eo 9e rvin e?


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rilee, st. NJLe(uitiTte trlt TMi ber e,,IS y Lo you come et Ibis time o'ye aerlente ofy elS Jeys 19J en liltes esre Toite,Slenty of Jelgys V)9ben sLeuneams ecre briglt.3 l, nTow,I hen eiwervytis 5eLrk ere el ereecrSbyao you come, es. rllemtine elecr ?


56ye seeocee d tbe rdens aiL8 Ult tlroQ|) cann( ,e s Lo eeds edown, on my poorwtite bead.0o,little loveliest le ly mine ,)ere is ty )eewt for your valentine.


THE PALACEIt's far away under the water,And it's far away under the sea.There's a beautiful palace awaitingFor my little Rosy and me.The roof is made of coral,And the floor is made of pearl,And over it all the great waves fallWith a terrible tumble and whirl.The fishes swim in at the window,And the fishes swim out at the door,And the lobsters and eels go dancing quadrillesAll over the beautiful floor,7 (I*^"Y^ :^ 7_________ vss


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60And I will sit on the silver throne,And Rosy shall sit on the gold;And there we will stay, and frolic and play,Until we're a thousand years old.


61"ilkrmt recict J moy lotie 0rook ectd ces rip l(lin] cocoy,Sliittle brook, prety trook,ooi you not siocy ?stecy w1tt3 me! phxy owitt me! ecL ;te eLcy lomnjnx siniTL ey eecr your sweet Turnuar-xtnf 8 son.Ec i el)rooklo t e oy ecs it brrie C eCecy,TeL is't for Tmy Tmusio you eskr me Io atoy ?l Coe ailesnt UMit fromn the title iAIusAsbe t.g|ouls I pecu-sJ r iem, nstoLnt, my song wouUlb6e busb eL"


62.OaiLtbelooyito be coineltba&L coeflsjtlIlerinej pealst,Sit le wXIT el, -pre.y Ayinel, bitber so f"s?Asey oIime! piy Wih Tmne! fen my bo Alro o,-a e-er breedl e soqfUy m- e.ly s noto.t be eootel, to beyoy eas t b arrieL eloe y,ImJ is'tjfor May coolnmess you msk kie to steiy.aoly ir-MyinT yoafeelmy coot brealtb!OulL( ^peu4sejor em intsleat, tiebl itastnitwere eleeilbs~~:~a


63.aul be bovlo se y iiaL ooetso burryi 6y,S lije y prey aeL', wby musl yoin fy ?sJiy ooitU Ine, play ml e, just "s yov, e"re.etlo 8b"000 of eveninat your noon 6riahbless TruCP.T)e "y l i|e -oy as tl: burrte e no cy,n is'tfor my bLrtvqiness you e"k -rme io Lavy?ocotbejec3l of al4Eoo owleo long er seemn ri bt,wf itere not cl6sp eeoulbyhe setting of ainbl


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1 • It THE SEVEN LITTLE TIGERS AND THE AGED COOK. Seven little Tigers they sat them in a row, Their seven little dinners for to eat, And each of the troop had a little plate of soup, The effect of which was singularly neat. I I |II -A



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19 They were feeling rather cross, for they hadn't any sauce, To eat with their pudding or their pie. So they rumpled up their hair in a spasm of despair, And vowed that the aged cook should die. ' :



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LITTLE BROWN BOBBY. Little brown Bobby sat on the barn floor, Little brown Bossy looked in at the door, Little brown Bobby said "Lackadayl Who'll.drive me this little brown Bossy away?"



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Skinny Mrs. Snipkin, With her little pipkin, Sat by the fireside a-warming of her toes. Fat Mrs. Wobblechin, With her little doublechin, Sat by the window a-cooling of her nose.



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Wottolyoumjtbte reet so8 ig), h use.ato eatte Tmo ,be, ul e t n bole tillb er ietl Abre0ck.



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C(l at y fe's JaiiLy 3rou s r eacceedivn Lv pokf Bc^i. o no long erit stopl J LtA ifqy coo b-ath f or iCay from akLe keenk inoe irdt S, ) hadrocklni bk'dL j rTy mniscnce over}euaLrd j Ce 0ooraj ofae fyrog as be spokee. r4be said, Iry iLfe |1,|, ,roq aucL -,ve heen Gai str fe, Is Cae 1kve& bytkcakeefneefokee. KiOW (A see Git aGu Lance l/ re s c cap i8LC0 C p ounce lor lo JplGy itm GLprtCiricaiL jokee. oilI oerLCture Lo say Sibe sbacLt not 1oGlay j keAve i te banLks.of j i| iakelkeefuLokee _f_



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PHIL'S SECRET. I know a little girl, But I won't tlwho I'Her hair is of the gold, But I won't tell when AndThe very smallest boeys are of the blue. MakeHer smile is of the sweetbigges WhenAnd her heart is of the true. You may ask about it1 Such a pretty little girlI But I won't tell wheno. I see her every day, But I won't tell where! It~may be in the lane, By the thorn-tree there. It may lie in the garden, By the rose-buds fair. Such a pretty little girl !-But I won't tell where. I'll marry her some day, But I won't tell when I The very smallest boys Make the very biggest men, When I'm as tall as father, You may ask about it then. Such a pretty little girl!-But I won't tell when.



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84. FINOK Bo t-is 1)aeL mocking -bira, So-t sL y Q .J`Y cocLccr et, e fecc to a, tree roob Le CO" SLL ouLy Le S cum 6ill tb (0le frest, rang, 0) u! Jroi l ety roeoa k-ley croakv ) hL e co arbc a, 'i son-, a sL1eroy serie along, il- hS p-l'pe lor l'o sito -k-", 's be s c&1) (i rom1,e Loj s esce filuo I c bKeC


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42. JNt wm asnot inT le ocean, "1or fro m ti e river s ore, ult I1n ttl e monstrous w c aer-butt utside the kitcb endoor. .`Sn i Toe ba e al afis -o or, 34d nWedc a crofoked pin, ^ Ru^ _enry 1atd }is sisters net, ind t ou1t1 it iwas no sin.



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44 NOeccLse ll Cos nottjere, youknoco, IA e MT 1 11Y x lwto CLcn c. OrTify 8siy Vcai jleact-sa-iti simrnIer Lay. I OwO K not or Ct 8Jmnon, -adlrk oith -osioisn ,z )I^'t i frx)a rc 0Tece tittle boys, "Al Tri binj to trc skiir. --T I A issss-^:^^ ^



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Says this one to that one, "O! you silly fat one, Will you shut the window down? you're freezing me to death?" Says that one to t'other one, "Good gracious, how you bother one! [breath." There isn't air enough for me to draw my precious



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rilee, st. NJLe(uitiTte trlt TMi ber e, ,IS y Lo you come et Ibis time o'ye aer lente ofy elS Jeys 19J en liltes esre Toite, Slenty of Jelgys V)9ben sLeuneams ecre briglt. 3 l, nTow,I hen eiwervytis 5eLrk ere el ereecr Sbyao you come, es. rllemtine elecr ?



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68. VIP, 41 NI-'N. N tlere's co silver tirore ed one endc cc 9 0 o ien tu0ro e ccit ie oti er. [ncL on InAm you see ccs pleainecs cc ue en U osy ccRnd Ilaec n oter.



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49 icbo1e8s eel e llost nis -e ul, ut' hen, rr me e coula not see. o bte toU-i"t C oas o iebt an3l be coentto bea,.



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+it-o t +--8 i l,R. -o'-1-I isp Sow me your Lanutern true! wver e meelow on o9er iie ill. ladlUy 11 foo you. eVer f't MLmurrmuL-r nr ks to rest, ,n eo.er4'll -yourJrieca f YLyou'l only gev me tipe pot ot golt a t lies ct your journTey's end.



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Then they called the aged cook, and a frying-pan they took To fry him very nicely for their supper. He was ninety-six years old, on authority I'm told, And his name was Peter Sparrowpiper Tupper. ""Mr. Sparrow-piper Tup, we intend on you to sup1" Said the eldest little Tiger very sweetly. But this naughty aged cook, just remarking "only look I" Chopped the little Tiger's head off very neatly. Then he said unto the rest, it has always been confessed That a tiger's better eating than a man. So I'11 fry him for you now, and you all will find, I trow, That to eat him will be much the better plan. So they tried it in a trice, and found that it was nice, And with rapture they embraced one another. And they said "by hook or crook we must keep this aged cook," So we'll ask him to become our elder brother. Which they accordingly did.



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The tale of the little Cossack, He sat by the river side, And wept when he heard the people say That his hair was probably dyed, That his hair was probably dyed, my dears, And his teeth were undoubtedly sham, "If this be true," quoth the little Cossack, "What a poor little thing I am I"



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na ( te baa mocking bid 7) L'-lo, very absu 1 li ( ^ ~e^licjtj'fulapr-eciicaljokee! L nt'm ppy to say, e coaS "roCrLeaine nex iay, J'n e coi ers of Weeftokee. ---,,-_____



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48 !/ -~ % eco cC0om-to J, lomely swocTrmp. veu ouX ns lecnttern. aLt 0aTU0"b ec a cOe'y "Le C. a ,nq Ia tne ooTr litle oy ce-Tt 0s "o+ae, ho'e ,c un& tfe XiN coIl 0 CeL com e, calas! to )is ,ou1'ueys eTd,: ul Coberve ias fte psot of coldL 4E3~ C i



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ac ky rost, Olacky 0 fo!st, ame n e inte ni 6t feft tre mea docus tlcat te crossed. Sleaming w ite. ant ed cwit) ihis silver brusl ery Cindlouoo p0a-ne; JX'ssed tbe leaves and nmade thembusil lusp anm blusb again.



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4 The tale of the little Cossack, He drank of the stout so brown: Then put his toes in the water, And the fishes dragged him down. And the people threw in his hassock, And likewise his grandfather John, And there was an end of the family, On the banks of the river Don.



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lIIl Loe eliesI1 loc.ely maiTe, 1et seaJ senofor yo-Ur reamtinLe? -!mer eTecL fLower T c4rj fer 4cc cy, A lo o-my olel Miater is king to eley, Uls. W-illot olol o, ccnel s un will] not Lsine. beCtb ccl elo J for eo 9e rvin e?



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60 And I will sit on the silver throne, And Rosy shall sit on the gold; And there we will stay, and frolic and play, Until we're a thousand years old.



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SThe tale of the little Cossack, He sat by the river's brim, And he looked at the little fishes, And the fishes looked back at him, The fishes looked back at him, my dears, And winked at him, which was wuss, "If this be true, my friend."they said, "You'd better come down to us." The tale of the little Cossack, He said "you are doubtless right; Though drowning is not a becoming death, For it makes one look like a fright. If my lovely teeth be crockery, And my hair of Tyrian dye, Then life is a bitter mockery, And no more of it will I!"



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HARRIR HUT CH I cLrrieL |ltc1 eCtr co Lt COic.8 so" cou r wurcle eru eLi oolA coTrl e boiLepl ne ccoobnt 1 larecfak-stecA on it, MT CIroa toe tio e m ooT omner < ^rcanrAemrof er's crmtch. t-/ -



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SA LS GEND LA KE FINO e aLm fdUe$ witcoa maxo C(Ax OYC 0 T x re o ecr ouc ofmx ryce C0eoarbuiqng On top of QLTU o0"ytif frogj cauLJLc"b treCes, Trtcuy l fiv ns le, Cese on t I bnks of(i.he Se efinok ee. 50 he c tmbTke bci tTree; k laoS! ug. elc (. Lt b L dl 5is LC .Lv EL re elr, ue ck it COOS lrolee. eilt 8 ascLk tiLa to say, Pier rtore iem Ostray ro,,mtbe b3ns of aie



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A Legend of Lake Okeefinokee ,Mr Frogge ,ere once owas roq, JJlKnce licec ven& bo., (ptd e WordsL e son , k ee o'Loee. "* (ot he saeLq, a U, do ilono K'Uiere roakeLy croak eji croaky.





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THE PALACE It's far away under the water, And it's far away under the sea. There's a beautiful palace awaiting For my little Rosy and me. The roof is made of coral, And the floor is made of pearl, And over it all the great waves fall With a terrible tumble and whirl. The fishes swim in at the window, And the fishes swim out at the door, And the lobsters and eels go dancing quadrilles All over the beautiful floor, 7 (I*^" Y^ :^ 7_________ vss



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41 THE THREE FISHERS ^ootjiJreele-t;ck etnel Jpcu'y 4 Q(I on0ce CL oliet Cy; Kna. 4ey a3o i gco eit-rns $K0 frlerry eAi so 8c0 ey Coe i 1 tO) fts f or s0aL 1o *Bese tliUl cyillrenree; ohn \Ired Hn n ctand



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43. Ioey climbAelup on te ladder i ey tt e top Ctid wn; Senn-d tetey p erc e ed upon the edq e, Ard tTen I ey dc begqn. "%at owo e ir fisl}int prospered, ^r f t ey did it oowe, Or if tLey caUn t -te salmon, c annot O, canvnot te 1.



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61 "ilk rm t recict J moy lotie 0rook ectd ces rip l(lin] cocoy, Sliittle brook, prety trook,ooi you not siocy ? stecy w1tt3 me! phxy owitt me! ecL ;te eLcy lomnj nx siniTL ey eecr your sweet Turnuar-xtnf 8 son. Ec i el)rooklo t e oy ecs it brrie C eCecy, TeL is't for Tmy Tmusio you eskr me Io atoy ? l Coe ailesnt UMit fromn the title iAIusAsbe t. g|ouls I pecu-sJ r iem, nstoLnt, my song wouUl b6e busb eL"



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26 ome Uw THE LITTLE COSSACK The tale of the little Cossack, Who lived by the river Don. He sat on a sea-green hassock, And his grandfather's name was John, His grandfather's name was John, my dears, And he lived upon bottled stout, And when he was found to be not at home, He was frequently found to be out.



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47. Oiz-o'-ieisp, Bilo^ eisp, iCi pis Leierra true. er ie nTacadoco anrL ower ie jL, ScoaLy ad cOy Oifeoom. Ind a moiay anci away ooent ie poor little boy, 4rukcinag c along so bolei, ac tniakicniov nofouit iLt te journey's end, |nd Ine wonoidTjaloA Jo0ol.



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______________._ Iit ____ ._ -I-t Skinny Mrs. Snipkin, Took her little pipkin, Threw it straight across the room as hard as she could throw. Hit Mrs. Wobblechin On her little doublechin, And out of the window a-tumble she did go.



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Little brown Bobby said "Shoot shool shool" Little brown Bossy said "Moo moo! moo1" This frightened them so that both of them cried, And wished they were back at their Mammy's side.



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