Beautiful pictures for the young

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Material Information

Title:
Beautiful pictures for the young
Physical Description:
18 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Nimmo, William Philip, 1831-1883 ( Publisher )
Maclure and MacDonald Lithographers
Publisher:
W. P. Nimmo
Place of Publication:
London ;
Edinburgh
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1875   ( rbgenr )
Picture books for children -- 1875   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1875   ( lcsh )
Bldn -- 1875
Genre:
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
Picture books for children   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
Scotland -- Edinburgh

Notes

General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Chromo-lithographed by Maclure & Macdonald.
General Note:
Pages printed on one side only.
General Note:
Publisher's advertisement, p. 4 of paper cover.
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 - 002245633
oclc - 52934264
notis - ALJ6640
System ID:
UF00026242:00001

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PRICE ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE.AU I UFOR TITE YOUNGnLONDON & EDINBURGH.:-JMachn'e -ltMa(donald ,h]d. o itll ( las, Trw.. l( jLih as(w


"0! the conquering hero comes,Sound the trumpet, beat the drums,"He comes, prepared for war's alarm,STo save his home and friends from harm.You know he does this but in play,To pass the pleasant time away;But some day soon, to manhood grown,He'll battle with the world alone.God speed the boy in what is right,And prove a hero in the fight;Exchange the knapsack, drum, and sword,For noble deed and truthful word.TheBdwnLibtaty1 Uwnscnby^Lm^^J~


THE LITTLE DRUMMER.With feather, knapsack, sword and drum,I'll a little soldier be.Now, my men, get ready, come-I'm your leader, follow me.


- At ,ii >--THE LITTLE BRIDE.Little bride, at ease reclining, Does thy father's words of blessing,With thy. dark eyes brightly shining; Or thy lover's fond caressing,Nought can now thy love divide, Fill thy thoughts with joy and pride ?.. So.a-happy little bride. Are you happy little bride ?


ITTLE bride, at ease reclining,With thy dark eyes brightly shining;Nought can now thy love divide,So, be happy, little bride.Does thy father's words of blessing,Or thy lover's fond caressing,Fill thy thoughts with joy and pride?Are you happy, little bride?Hope is from your eye out-glancing,Joyous troops of thoughts advancing;Friends think nothing else besideSo lovely as the little bride.Health, happiness, and peace attend;And heaven to you best blessings send,With peace and comfort side by side,To cheer your path, my little bride.


ITTLE Charley's fast asleep,Wearied with his playing;Snow-white careful watch will keep,Close beside him staying.Snow-white is a faithful dog,And from all disasterSafely guards with all his mightHis dear beloved master.Charley soon will be ,awake,And then along the way,Snow-white will bark for happinessThrough all the summer's day.


0-Wearied with his playing; And from all disasterSnow-white careful watch will keep, Safely guards with all his mightClose beside him staying. His dear beloved master.8: ;$/f7ASLEE AND WAKELiteCalysfs sep nwwiei atfldgWere it i laig ndfo lldsseSnwwht crfl achwllke, ael uad it llhs ihCloe bsie hm tayng Hi der eloedmaser


TEACHING DOGGIE.I call him little Carlo, Come learn your lessons, Sir;My own Prince Charley pet, Stand on your hind legs,And as he begs so very nice Place your paws upon my lap;He soon shall dinner get. See how nice he begs.


---------C^OsEoo<=a0c---------CALL him little Carlo,My own Prince Charley pet,^ And as he begs so very niceHe soon shall dinner get.Come learn your lessons, Sir;Stand up on your hind legs,And place your paws upon my lap;Just see how nice he begs.Carlo loves Louisa,And follows where we run;To school, or through the garden,And joins in all our fun.And if he's good till evening,He'll come with us to tea,And sit beside me on a chair,Or nestle on my knee.


OME, tell me now, sweet little bird,Who decked thy wings with gold,Who fashioned so thy tiny form,And bade thy wings unfold?Who taught thee such enchanting power,To soothe this little heart;Such thrilling notes of harmony,Beyond the reach of art?Perch on my hand, and know no fear,Out from the cage's gilded wire,And soothe thee, for a friend is nearTo give your little heart's desire.Then sing me many a merry song,Through all the golden day,With notes both happy, loud, and long,To cheer me at my play.


F-THE PET BIRD.Come, tell me now, sweet little bird, Who taught thee such enchanting power,Who decked thy wings with gold, To soothe this aching heart;Who fashioned so thy tiny form, And, with thy note of harmony,And bade thy wings unfold ? To mock the reach of art ?


THE LITTLE HUSSAR.On my noble war steed mounted,I am ready for the foe;I'm a soldier brave accounted.Gee up, horsey, wont you go?


ITTLE Willie mounts his horse,A member of the private forceOf volunteers who stay at home,And wait until the battles come.The horse can never move his legs,They are so firmly nailed with pegs IBut Willie shouts and waves his sword,His capers plenty fun afford.Mamma will hear him if he cries,And enter with a pleased surprise;And coming over by his sideWillie will tell how he can ride.


AMUSEMENT & INSTRUCTION FOR THE YOUNG,NIMMO'S JUVENILE BOOKSComprise a very Large Variety of Interesting and Instructive Books, suitable for Children of all ages,profusely Illustrated and elegantly Bound. They are published at various Prices, from 4d. to 6s.,and are supplied by all Booksellers in town and country.Catalogues of NIMMO'S JUVENILE PUBLICATIONS will be forwarded, Post Free, to anyAddress, on application to WILLIAM P. NIMMO, Publisher." Mr. NIMMo'S Books are well known as marvels of cheapness, elegance, and sterling worth."-Observer.SELECTION FROM CONTENTS OF CATALOGUE.NIMMO'S POPULAR EDITION OF THE POETS, ... ... 3/6, 7/6, 8/6, and io/ each vol. 18 Sorts.,, QUARTO GIFT BOOKS, ... ... ... ... ... ... 6/ each. 9 ,,, SELECT LIBRARY, ... ... ... ... ... ... 5/ 6 ,,, FIVE SHILLING GIFT BOOKS, ... ... ... ... ... 5/ 6 ,,, UNIVERSAL GIFT BOOKS, ... ... ... ... ... 3/6 ,, 26,, HALF-CROWN REWARDS, ... ... ... ... ... 2/6 ,, 7 ,,,, Two SHILLING ... ... ... ... ... 2/ 20., EIGHTEENPENNY ,, ... ... ... ... ... /6 ,, 10,, SUNDAY SCHOOL ,, ... ... ... ... ... /6 ,, 23,, ONE SHILLING JUVENILES, ... ... ... ... ... / 30,, NINEPENNY ... ... ... ... ... /9 20,, SIXPENNY ... ... ... ... /6 ,, 26, FOURPENNY, ... ... ... ..... / 26LONDON: PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM P. NIMMO,14 KING WILLIAM STREET, STRAND,AND 28 ST. JAMES SQUARE, EDINBURGH.AND ALL BOOKSELLERS AND RAILWAY BOOK-STALLS.MACLURE & MACDONALD, PARLIAMENTARY AND CHROMO LITHOGRAPHERS, GLASGOW.


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"0! the conquering hero comes, Sound the trumpet, beat the drums," He comes, prepared for war's alarm, STo save his home and friends from harm. You know he does this but in play, To pass the pleasant time away; But some day soon, to manhood grown, He'll battle with the world alone. God speed the boy in what is right, And prove a hero in the fight; Exchange the knapsack, drum, and sword, For noble deed and truthful word. TheBdwnLibtaty 1 Uwnscnby ^Lm^^J~



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ITTLE Willie mounts his horse, A member of the private force Of volunteers who stay at home, And wait until the battles come. The horse can never move his legs, They are so firmly nailed with pegs I But Willie shouts and waves his sword, His capers plenty fun afford. Mamma will hear him if he cries, And enter with a pleased surprise; And coming over by his side Willie will tell how he can ride.



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---------C^OsEoo<=a0c--------CALL him little Carlo, My own Prince Charley pet, ^ And as he begs so very nice He soon shall dinner get. Come learn your lessons, Sir; Stand up on your hind legs, And place your paws upon my lap; Just see how nice he begs. Carlo loves Louisa, And follows where we run; To school, or through the garden, And joins in all our fun. And if he's good till evening, He'll come with us to tea, And sit beside me on a chair, Or nestle on my knee.



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TEACHING DOGGIE. I call him little Carlo, Come learn your lessons, Sir; My own Prince Charley pet, Stand on your hind legs, And as he begs so very nice Place your paws upon my lap; He soon shall dinner get. See how nice he begs.



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OME, tell me now, sweet little bird, Who decked thy wings with gold, Who fashioned so thy tiny form, And bade thy wings unfold? Who taught thee such enchanting power, To soothe this little heart; Such thrilling notes of harmony, Beyond the reach of art? Perch on my hand, and know no fear, Out from the cage's gilded wire, And soothe thee, for a friend is near To give your little heart's desire. Then sing me many a merry song, Through all the golden day, With notes both happy, loud, and long, To cheer me at my play.



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FTHE PET BIRD. Come, tell me now, sweet little bird, Who taught thee such enchanting power, Who decked thy wings with gold, To soothe this aching heart; Who fashioned so thy tiny form, And, with thy note of harmony, And bade thy wings unfold ? To mock the reach of art ?



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THE LITTLE DRUMMER. With feather, knapsack, sword and drum, I'll a little soldier be. Now, my men, get ready, comeI'm your leader, follow me.



PAGE 1

0 Wearied with his playing; And from all disaster Snow-white careful watch will keep, Safely guards with all his might Close beside him staying. His dear beloved master. 8: ;$/f7 ASLEE AND WAKE LiteCalysfs sep nwwiei atfldg Were it i laig ndfo lldsse Snwwht crfl achwllke, ael uad it llhs ih Cloe bsie hm tayng Hi der eloedmaser



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ITTLE bride, at ease reclining, With thy dark eyes brightly shining; Nought can now thy love divide, So, be happy, little bride. Does thy father's words of blessing, Or thy lover's fond caressing, Fill thy thoughts with joy and pride? Are you happy, little bride? Hope is from your eye out-glancing, Joyous troops of thoughts advancing; Friends think nothing else beside So lovely as the little bride. Health, happiness, and peace attend; And heaven to you best blessings send, With peace and comfort side by side, To cheer your path, my little bride.



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PRICE ONE SHILLING AND SIXPENCE. AU I U FOR TITE YOUNGn LONDON & EDINBURGH.:-J Machn'e -ltMa(donald ,h]d. o itll' (las, Trw.. l ( j Lih as(w



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THE LITTLE HUSSAR. On my noble war steed mounted, I am ready for the foe; I'm a soldier brave accounted. Gee up, horsey, wont you go?



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ITTLE Charley's fast asleep, Wearied with his playing; Snow-white careful watch will keep, Close beside him staying. Snow-white is a faithful dog, And from all disaster Safely guards with all his might His dear beloved master. Charley soon will be ,awake, And then along the way, Snow-white will bark for happiness Through all the summer's day.



PAGE 1

AMUSEMENT & INSTRUCTION FOR THE YOUNG, NIMMO'S JUVENILE BOOKS Comprise a very Large Variety of Interesting and Instructive Books, suitable for Children of all ages, profusely Illustrated and elegantly Bound. They are published at various Prices, from 4d. to 6s., and are supplied by all Booksellers in town and country. Catalogues of NIMMO'S JUVENILE PUBLICATIONS will be forwarded, Post Free, to any Address, on application to WILLIAM P. NIMMO, Publisher. Mr. NIMMo'S Books are well known as marvels of cheapness, elegance, and sterling worth."-Observer. SELECTION FROM CONTENTS OF CATALOGUE. NIMMO'S POPULAR EDITION OF THE POETS, ... ... 3/6, 7/6, 8/6, and io/ each vol. 18 Sorts. ,, QUARTO GIFT BOOKS, ... ... ... ... ... ... 6/ each. 9 ,, SELECT LIBRARY, ... ... ... ... ... ... 5/ 6 ,, FIVE SHILLING GIFT BOOKS, ... ... ... ... ... 5/ 6 ,, UNIVERSAL GIFT BOOKS, ... ... ... ... ... 3/6 ,, 26 ,, HALF-CROWN REWARDS, ... ... ... ... ... 2/6 ,, 7 ,, ,, Two SHILLING ... ... ... ... ... 2/ 20 ., EIGHTEENPENNY ,, ... ... ... ... ... /6 ,, 10 ,, SUNDAY SCHOOL ,, ... ... ... ... ... /6 ,, 23 ,, ONE SHILLING JUVENILES, ... ... ... ... ... / 30 ,, NINEPENNY ... ... ... ... ... /9 20 ,, SIXPENNY ... .... ... ... /6 ,, 26 FOURPENNY, ... ... ... ..... / 26 LONDON: PUBLISHED BY WILLIAM P. NIMMO, 14 KING WILLIAM STREET, STRAND, AND 28 ST. JAMES SQUARE, EDINBURGH. AND ALL BOOKSELLERS AND RAILWAY BOOK-STALLS. MACLURE & MACDONALD, PARLIAMENTARY AND CHROMO LITHOGRAPHERS, GLASGOW.



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-A t ,ii >-THE LITTLE BRIDE. Little bride, at ease reclining, Does thy father's words of blessing, With thy. dark eyes brightly shining; Or thy lover's fond caressing, Nought can now thy love divide, Fill thy thoughts with joy and pride ? .. So.a-happy little bride. Are you happy little bride ?