Various kinds of babes in the wood at home, and abroad, in verse and picture

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Material Information

Title:
Various kinds of babes in the wood at home, and abroad, in verse and picture
Physical Description:
8 p., : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Collins, T. H
Collins, T. H ( Illustrator )
Vaughan, M. A
Selchow & Righter ( Publisher )
Publisher:
Selchow & Righter
Place of Publication:
New York
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Animals -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1875
Picture-books for children -- 1875
Publishers' advertisements -- 1875
Bldn -- 1875
Genre:
Children's poetry
Picture-books for children
Publishers' advertisements
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
by T.H. Collins.
General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Includes publisher's notices: p. 4 of cover.
General Note:
Front and back covers are illustrated in color.
General Note:
"Verses by M.A. Vaughan" -back 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 - 001869937
oclc - 16408429
notis - AJU4614
System ID:
UF00026609:00001


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o Come look at our pugpiesI Our babes in the woodIThe pups are the babesThe tub is the woodThe good dame is comingShe ll feed them you llseeThen they ll all go tosleepAs snug as can be77 77


How pretty they look and how full of playHow nice to be with them in that wood to dayWith nothing to do but gambol aboutAnd tween the big trees to run in and outiPretty young things happy and goodYou see these are really babes in the wood


Cock a doodle dooCome down chicks all of youHere s a pretty familyCock a doodle dooCome down come down andshow yourselvesAnd mind you all be goodSe ehere s another sampleOf the babies in thewoodtl tej


Now gee up old Rover I hope youll be goodSYou ve babies to carry our babes in the woodBut the dear little kittens are not quite at easeIf they could speak each would say Stop if youplease46 ii 1 5r77rliA


Comesee another babeA tiny kangarooAnd the birdies on thetreeSay Look at mecome doL


Riding through the woods so gayHappy little children they 1iThe donkeys too so quiet and goodEnjoy their canter through the wiood 4And Peter trudging off to workThinks how he d like the toil to hirkAnd have a aride this lovely dayAll through the woodsW and Lu a avdip7Apra Tii B B l lV


We re caught in a showerOh dear me how sadAnd mamma will be angryIt s really too badAnd the rain keeps on fallingWe mustn t go yetI m sure if we doWe shall get very wetf a e X


The babes are little ducklings nowWaddling through the snowAnd the infant in its mother s armsIs another babe you know


I N THIS SERIESARIOUS KINDS OF BABES IN THE WOOD at Home andAbroad in Picture ad Verse Series L By T H COLLINSVerses by M A VAUGHANVARIOUS KINDS OF BABES IN THE WOOD at Home andAbroad in Piture and Verse Series II By T H COLLINSTRAVerses by M A VAUGHANCHROMO VARIOUS KINDS OF BABES IN THE WOOD at Home andSyAbroad in Picture and Vere Series III By T H COLLINSVerses by M A VAUGHANTAKING PICTURES AND TALKING RHYMES OF BABES INAre acknow THE WOOD By T H COLLINS Verses by M A VAUGHANledged b te A GIT O OY FOR GIRL AND OY By ARCHBALD MLACHPress of Eng Verses by M A VAUGHANland andTHE FARM YARD By Miss GAYFORD Verses by M A VAUGHANthenost 1eaiti GOOD DAY A little folks book by 3 designers Versestifully executed by M A VAUGHANBIRDS ANIMALS IN PICTURES BRIGHTBy G PENDERSEN Verses by M Aseen are much appreciated VAUGHANWAn Os M OASELCHOW RIGHTEREXHIBIION NEW YORKGOLD MEDAL MELBOURNE EXHIBI ION


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o Come, look at our pugpies I Our babes in the woodI The pups are the babes, The tub is the wood The good dame is coming, She'll feed them you.ll see, Then they'll all go to sleep As snug as can be, 77 77



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The babes are little ducklings now, Waddling through the snow; And the infant in its mother's arms Is another babe you know.



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We're caught in a shower, Oh, dear me! how sad,And mamma will be angry,--It's really too bad! And the rain keeps on falling; We mustn't go yet I'm sure if we do, We shall get very wet! f,, ( a e ,X',



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IN THIS SERIES. ARIOUS KINDS OF BABES IN THE WOOD at Home and Abroad, in Picture ad Verse. Series L By T. H. COLLINS. Verses by M. A. VAUGHAN. VARIOUS KINDS OF BABES IN THE WOOD at Home and Abroad, in Piture and Verse, Series II. By T. H. COLLINS. TRAVerses by M. A. VAUGHAN. CHROMO VARIOUS KINDS OF BABES IN THE WOOD at Home and SyAbroad, in Picture and Vere. Series III. By T. H. COLLINS. Verses by M. A. VAUGHAN. TAKING PICTURES AND TALKING RHYMES OF BABES IN Are acknowTHE WOOD. By T. H. COLLINS. Verses by M. A. VAUGHAN. ledged b te A GIT O OY FOR GIRL AND OY. By ARCHBALD MLACH. Press of Eng* Verses by M. A. VAUGHAN. land and THE FARM YARD. By Miss GAYFORD. Verses by M. A. VAUGHAN. thenost 1eaitiGOOD DAY. A little folks' book by 3 designers. Verses tifully executed by M. A. VAUGHAN. BIRDS & ANIMALS IN PICTURES BRIGHT. By G. PENDERSEN. Verses by M. A. seen are much appreciated. VAUGHAN. ~WAn Os M", OASELCHOW & RIGHTER, EXHIBIION. NEW YORK. GOLD MEDAL, MELBOURNE EXHIBI ION.



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How pretty they look and how full of play, How nice to be with them in that wood to-day, With nothing to do but gambol about, And 'tween the big trees to run in and out. iPretty young things-happy and good You see these are really babes in the wood.



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Riding through the woods so gay,Happy little children they 1 ~iThe donkeys too, so quiet and good, Enjoy their canter through the wiood 4 And Peter trudging off to work, Thinks how he'd like the toil-to -hirk, And have a aride this lovely day, All through the woods W- and Lu a,av dip7 Apr a T., ii ~~B$B l~lV



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Come, see another babe! A tiny kangaroo And the birdies on the tree, Say "Look at me, come do! L. •:



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