Arthur's alphabet

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Material Information

Title:
Arthur's alphabet
Series Title:
Aunt Mayflower's play book
Physical Description:
12 p. : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher:
McLoughlin Bros.
Place of Publication:
New York
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Alphabet rhymes -- 1870   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1870   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1870
Genre:
Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York

Notes

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).

Record Information

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 - 001875916
oclc - 29244747
notis - AJV0950
System ID:
UF00026241:00001

Full Text
.............AAfl Pis ABY Ieeth and gay4rTIo yon earn, but, Vba 'fo :p1a4: iii24


A for ARTHUR, careful and good,Learning his lesson, as little boys should.B is BABY, cherful and gay,Too young to learn, but ready for play.the CART, in which baby sits down,ying with Arthur at driving to town.The Baldwin Libray[miR e]


D is the DINNER, brought up on a tray,For which Master Baby's quite ready to-day."E is nurse EMMA, who sits in her place,Teaching dear Arthur how he should say grace.In-V iiF is the FOOTMAN; this shows how he stood,STo say Mamma wants them if both have been good.


AB CD EFGHIJKL M N OPQ RST UV W X Y Za b c d e fghijkl mno pqrstuV w x y z


.1LESSON II.at up myam as byan oh toin us goor we no'is me soon he weox do yeLESSON III.boy pig the(logr pen hencan cow seerun has antbad put ratand his beeshe man mugoe t fox himA~ /


Sfor GRATITUDE; Arthur stands there,Emma to thank for her kindness and care.Sfor the HORSES the carriage that drew,,In which Arthur is riding, and Baby went too.Sfor the INDIAN, who comes from afar,From a country in which there has often been war.


T is for JUG, by Baby o'erthrown;Dear children, don't meddle with things not your own.or tne s b~y taook with great joy,When Mamma had forgiven her dear little boy.is the LADY amilia wen see,Who said: " Arthur and Baby must come and see me."Sfor the EYsmar array d,That danced on the organ the Savoyard played.


LESSON IV.cat fen tanbig den rannot ten panbit fib banfat jib punfor pin sunfly cup gunfar tub figLESSON V.kin mob drysin cog slywin fog nutbin hog redrig lip sirwig sip maydip tin layhip win sit/


LESSON VI.lig mad letdig hot sodbig cot cannow lot settan hop sudegg new budwas pan cudmud sad nudLESSON VII.fan jay fobkid ink finway cry tun(lin ice nap- car l ay tip1kin age oardipl sob oakcup rob tap


"I is the N OSEG;AY 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.p for PAPA, who came in and saiIf Arthur is greedy we'll send him to bed.Q 'for the UARREL tlit happenedi one ay,When. Arthur took Baby's big bounce-ball away.*'*<


R is the ROD, that to Arthur was shown,To teach him to leave poor baby alone.S is the STOOL, on which Arthur must sit,Till he has got over his covetous fit.fT for the TOYS, with which he must not play,For in well-earried disgrace is poor Arthur to-day.


LESSON VIII.wip gig ledrip fig bedtip bad naysig hop haypeg pen petveg fry kitleg fed rapkeg ded rodLESSON IX.jar use boglow yes ragbid dot laghow hat toyhad son layair bag bayall nag dayare log joy


LESSON X.book sing milkcold nose helpgirl work whenhand whip barkgood head snowwarm love birdboys give cagedoor must sendLESSON XI.hold corn paingold slop facestep some shipshut more archlame come tentfeed doll dearwalk nest -gainplay rain plan


7i 1"U for UNCLE, who came home from sea,And Arthur, forgiven, here sits on his knee.-,rV is the VESSEL, with sails all unfurled,That has carried dear Uncle half over the world.Sis the WATCH. Master Baby's great joy,Which Mamma now holds up to amuse her dear boy.


X is for XERXES, and Uncle has said :" I'll tell you about him, but now go to bed.is the YAWN, given by Arthur at lastSo 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.i :


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A for ARTHUR, careful and good, Learning his lesson, as little boys should. B is BABY, cherful and gay, Too young to learn, but ready for play. the CART, in which baby sits down, ying with Arthur at driving to town. The Baldwin Libray [miR e]



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LESSON X. book sing milk cold nose help girl work when hand whip bark good head snow warm love bird boys give cage door must send LESSON XI. hold corn pain gold slop face step some ship shut more arch lame come tent feed doll dear walk nest -gain play rain plan



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LESSON VI. lig mad let dig hot sod big cot can now lot set tan hop sud egg new bud was pan cud mud sad nud LESSON VII. fan jay fob kid ink fin way cry tun (lin ice nap -car l ay tip1 kin age oar dipl sob oak cup rob tap



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X is for XERXES, and Uncle has said : I'll tell you about him, but now go to bed. 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. i :



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LESSON IV. cat fen tan big den ran not ten pan bit fib ban fat jib pun for pin sun fly cup gun far tub fig LESSON V. kin mob dry sin cog sly win fog nut bin hog red rig lip sir wig sip may dip tin lay hip win sit /



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"I is the N OSEG;AY 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. p for PAPA, who came in and sai If Arthur is greedy we'll send him to bed. Q 'for the UARREL tlit happenedi one ay, When. Arthur took Baby's big bounce-ball away. *'*<



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R is the ROD, that to Arthur was shown, To teach him to leave poor baby alone. S is the STOOL, on which Arthur must sit, Till he has got over his covetous fit. fT for the TOYS, with which he must not play, For in well-earried disgrace is poor Arthur to-day.



PAGE 1

D is the DINNER, brought up on a tray, For which Master Baby's quite ready to-day. "E is nurse EMMA, who sits in her place, Teaching dear Arthur how he should say grace. InV ii F is the FOOTMAN; this shows how he stood, STo say Mamma wants them if both have been good.



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T is for JUG, by Baby o'erthrown; Dear children, don't meddle with things not your own. or tne s b~y taook with great joy, When Mamma had forgiven her dear little boy. is the LADY amilia wen see, Who said: Arthur and Baby must come and see me." Sfor the EYsmar array d, That danced on the organ the Savoyard played.



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.1 LESSON II. at up my am as by an oh to in us go or we no' is me so on he we ox do ye LESSON III. boy pig the (logr pen hen can cow see run has ant bad put rat and his bee she man mug oe t fox him A~ /



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............. AA fl P is ABY Ieeth and gay 4rTIo yon earn, but, Vba 'fo :p1a 4 : iii24



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LESSON VIII. wip gig led rip fig bed tip bad nay sig hop hay peg pen pet veg fry kit leg fed rap keg ded rod LESSON IX. jar use bog low yes rag bid dot lag how hat toy had son lay air bag bay all nag day are log joy



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Sfor GRATITUDE; Arthur stands there, Emma to thank for her kindness and care. Sfor the HORSES the carriage that drew,, In which Arthur is riding, and Baby went too. Sfor the INDIAN, who comes from afar, From a country in which there has often been war.



PAGE 1

7i 1" U for UNCLE, who came home from sea, And Arthur, forgiven, here sits on his knee. -,r V is the VESSEL, with sails all unfurled, That has carried dear Uncle half over the world. Sis the WATCH. Master Baby's great joy, Which Mamma now holds up to amuse her dear boy.



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