Home games for little girls

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Title:
Home games for little girls
Series Title:
Aunt Louisa's big picture series
Physical Description:
6 leaves : ;
Language:
English
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McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher:
McLoughlin Brothers
Place of Publication:
New York
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Juvenile literature -- 1870   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1870   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1870
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Juvenile literature   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York

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Cover title.
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Includes publisher's advertisement.
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 - 001732522
oclc - 26040919
notis - AJE5168
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DIRECTIONS FOR HOME GAMES FOR LITTLE GIRLSSAME 0F CRQETU TGAME OF FALCONRYDIRECTIONS The scene which this pi re represents is a country home on tbtanks of aeautiful river City friends have come on a viit and have brought with them a gSe of Croquet T iE Falcon is a noble bird of prey Falconry in the twelfth century was the favorite sport ofYou can imitate the game on this little board by throwingtwo dice The player that throws the knights and nobles throughout Europe and in those days it was about the only method of huntinghighest number has the first throw If he can throw a iblet or the sum of the two dice equals birds of game The ladies of the court were as fond of the sport as the men They generally went4 he can enter then throw again to count 5 and continue as long as you can successively throw the out in parties on horseback and the birds were trained to do their master s bidding as huntingdogs do at the present day When the knights saw a bird high in air they pointed it out to thenext number to the one you are on or a doublet If the first player should not be successful in falcon which w d then with lightning like speed seek and capture the bird and bring it to histhrowing a doublet or No 4 t enext player takes his turn When one person s button comes on a master The eture represents Henry the Fowler of Germany who was so called on account of hisnumber already occupied he oves that button back one number Continue around the field until fondness for s sport and who engaged in it as early as A D 920vou arrive home 6 The first one homeWins the game The object of the game illustrated is to move according to rule and the person who is unfortunate enough to be captured is termed the Poor Bird and the other the Noble FalconDIRECTIONS Two persons only can play at this game Two dice are thrown togethera m l counting from figure 1 Suppose one party throws 6 and 4 they move their marker six squares inr e of the Spider 8 id t e 1Y one direction and four squares at right angles from No 1 figure and when doublets are thrown anSI extra throw is allowed Each player takes a turn and when a move will place a person s buttonor marker on another s square or marker that person wins the game and the title of the NobleFalcon and the other the title of the Poor dead Bird Always count from the next space youare on so many spaces in one direction for one dice and so many in the other at right angles asTHIS picture represents a Spider s Web Surrounding it you will see Ducks Squirrels Birds and are denoted by the throwa Fox companions to the Spider and Fly The Spider invites the Fly into his parlor and in playingthe game he who is so unfortunate as to enter the parlor first which is in the centre of the Spider smansion becomes the Fly and loses the game so all who play the game will endeavor to be the pd Rugly Spider RA M 3DIRECTIONS This game will be played with dice Each player will throw and enter inturn on the space denoted by the sum of the two dice moving around the outer circle until the DIRECTIONS This piccure represents a party of fishermen ana i party of girls and boysmove will place your button on No 12 when you will move one space toward the centre and when can amuse themselves by fishing on the parlor table in the following manner Two dice are usedever double six is thrown you also move in one space toward the centre Take an extra throw for when thrown the spots uppermost are added together and if there should be a fish on the hook ofany doublet and whoever reaches the centre first loses the game and is called the Poor Fly the number thrown the party that threw the dice has a fish on his line he will place a button onthe fish and the other party takes a throw and endeavors to throw the number of the space the fishis on as designated on the margin Should he do so the fish is off the hook and has to be caughtagain Should he not throw the number the catcher of the fish moves up one space and the otherT f j F I party tries to thrqw the fish off again and so on until the catcher of the fish gets him up out of theAl S S A l E Rail Ea water which ifrhe does he places his button on the fish and he cannot be thrown for againSW a a During the game after all of the fish that are represented a on the hooks are caught in the sameway each party counts his fish and the person that hauls in the most fish is the best fisherman andDI TIONS Ths pretty picture represents the Pearl Fsheries of wins the game They throw alternately until one of the players catches a fish after that the oneDIRECTIONS This pretty picture represents the Pearl Fisheries of India The pearls are who caught the fish does not throw but moves up one space until he gets the fish ashore while thefound in oysters in deep water and are obtained by men who dive to the bottom of the sea Some other party is endeavoring to get the fish off the hook which should he succeed in doing they eachof the pearls are of great value In the foreground of this picture is a boat in which are pearl divers in turn throw to get the fish on the hook againat work and you will see one at the bottom of the sea picking up an oyster containing seven When the person is throwing the fish off the spaces the sum of the two dice only can be usedpearls excepting it be on the No 1 or top space when if either of the dice should be a one spot it willYou can imitate the diving in the following manner Two dice are used and any number of per throw the fish offsons can play the game The highest throw takes the first dive After throwing the dice place a When throwing to catch the fish the person that throws a doublet can have an extra throwbutton on the upper line on the corresponding number If you enter on an even number continueto throw and move down one space each time until an odd number is thrown when you move oneof N av lspace to the right and the next player takes his turn Should you throw a doublet on entering place a e of N aval E ngyour button Fig 1 on the first line and live immediately to the bottom or if any time in thecourse of the game a doublet is thrown the liver goes to the bottom of the column he is on andmarks down the number of pearls he has found and then takes an extra throw Should doublets be DIRECTIONS This picture representf a Naval Engagement In the distance the Ships ofagain thrown he rises directly to the surface and adds that number to that already marked down war Monitors Gunboats etc are seen In the foreground is a fortress manned by brave officerwhich makes the number of pearls found at one dive If he does not throw a doublet he rises to the and gallant men Two can play at this game one will be the Admiral and the other the Generalsurface in the same manner he descended When one player has completed his dive he waits until The game is to be played with two dice the highest throw opens fire Count the spots on the tw4all the others have finished theirs If when entering the player throws an odd number he places dice thrown and place a button on the ship oiogun whose number corresponds with the sum of th this button on that number on the first line and the next player takes his turn If the player moves two dice thrown Place the button on the ships when the fort fires and on the guns of the foiroff the board before rising to the surface he only counts the number of pearls found at the bottom when the ships fire Continue unW1 all of the ships are sunk or the guns of the fort are silencedThe payers will agree upon the number of dives to be made for a game and the person that gets the The one firing the last gun wins the battle Double ones or double sixes silence Nos 12 After Igreate number of pearls wins the game gun has been silenced or a ship sunk if you throw the same number it is a waste ball or shotThe Baldwin Idbram ofS


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DIRECTIONS FOR HOME GAMES FOR LITTLE GIRLS. SAME 0F CRQETU TGAME OF FALCONRY. DIRECTIONS.-The scene which this pi re represents is a country home on tbtanks of a )eautiful river. City friends have come on a viit, and have brought with them a gSe of Croquet. T'iE Falcon is a noble bird of prey. Falconry, in the twelfth century, was the favorite sport of You can imitate the game on this little board by throwingtwo dice. The player that throws the knights and nobles throughout Europe, and in those days it was about the only method of hunting highest number has the first throw. If he can throw a iblet, or the sum of the two dice equals birds of game. The ladies of the court were as fond of the sport as the men. They generally went 4, he can enter-then throw again to count 5, and continue as long as you can successively throw the out in parties on horseback, and the birds were trained to do their master's bidding, as huntingdogs do at the present day. When the knights saw a bird high in air, they pointed it out to the next number to the one you are on, or a doublet. If the first player should not be successful infalcon, which w d then, with lightning-like speed, seek and capture the bird, and bring it to his throwing a doublet or No. 4, t.enext player takes his turn. When one person's button comes on a master. The eture represents Henry the Fowler, of Germany, who was so called on account of his number already occupied, he oves that button back one number. Continue around the field until fondness for s sport, and who engaged in it as early as A. D. 920. vou arrive home-6. The first one homeWins the game. The object of the game illustrated is to move according to rule, and the person who is unfortunate enough to be captured, is termed the "Poor Bird and the other the "Noble Falcon." DIRECTIONS.-Two persons only can play at this game. Two dice are thrown together a m l counting from figure 1. Suppose one party throws 6 and 4, they move their marker six squares in -r e of the Spider 8 id t e 1Y one direction, and four squares at right angles from No. 1 figure, and when doublets are thrown, an SI extra throw is allowed. Each player takes a turn, and when a move will place a person's button, or marker, on another's square or marker, that person wins the game, and the title of the Noble Falcon," and the other, the title of the Poor dead Bird." Always count from the next space you are on, so many spaces in one direction for one dice, and so many in the other, at right angles, as THIS picture represents a Spider's Web. Surrounding it you will see Ducks, Squirrels, Birds, and are denoted by the throw. a Fox, companions to the Spider and Fly. The Spider invites the Fly into his parlor; and in playing the game he who is so unfortunate as to enter the parlor first, which is in the centre of the Spider's mansion, becomes the Fly, and loses the game; so all who play the game will endeavor to be the pd R ugly Spider. ( RA M 3 DIRECTIONS.-This game will be played with dice. Each player will throw and enter in turn, on the space denoted by the sum of the two dice, moving around the outer circle until the DIRECTIONS.-This piccure represents a party of fishermen; ana i party of girls and boys move will place your button on No. 12, when you will move one space toward the centre ; and whencan amuse themselves by fishing on the parlor table in the following manner : Two dice are usedever double six is thrown, you also move in one space toward the centre. Take an extra throw for when thrown, the spots uppermost are added together, and if there should be a fish on the hook of any doublet, and whoever reaches the centre first loses the game, and is called the "Poor Fly." the number thrown, the party that threw the dice has a fish on his line; he will place a button on the fish, and the other party takes a throw and endeavors to throw the number of the space the fish is on, as designated on the margin. Should he do so, the fish is off the hook and has to be caught again. Should he not throw the number, the catcher of the fish moves up one space, and the other % T f, j F I party tries to thrqw the fish off again, and so on until the catcher of the fish gets him up out of the Al S S A l E Rail. Ea water, which, ifrhe does, he places his button on the fish, and he cannot be thrown for again. SW a--a During the game, after all of the fish that are represented a% on the hooks are caught in the same way, each party counts his fish, and the person that hauls in the most fish is the best fisherman, and DI TIONS-Ths pretty picture represents the Pearl Fsheries of wins the game. They throw alternately until one of the players catches a fish; after that the one DIRECTIONS.-This pretty picture represents the Pearl Fisheries of India The pearls are who caught the fish does not throw, but moves up one space until he gets the fish ashore, while the found in oysters in deep water, and are obtained by men who dive to the bottom of the sea. Some other party is endeavoring to get the fish off the hook, which, should he succeed in doing, they each, of the pearls are of great value. In the foreground of this picture is a boat, in which are pearl-divers in turn, throw to get the fish on the hook again. "at work, and you will see one at the bottom of the sea, picking up an oyster containing seven When the person is throwing the fish off the spaces, the sum of the two dice only can be used,'! pearls. excepting it be on the No. 1, or top space, when, if either of the dice should be a one spot, it will: You can imitate the diving in the following manner : Two dice are used, and any number of perthrow the fish off. sons can play the game. The highest throw takes the first dive. After throwing the dice, place a When throwing to catch the fish, the person that throws a doublet can have an extra throw. button on the upper line on the corresponding number. If you enter on an even number continue to throw, and move down one space each time until an odd number is thrown, when you move oneof N av l space to the right, and the next player takes his turn. Should you throw a doublet on entering, place a e of N aval E ng your button. Fig. 1, on the first line, and (live immediately to the bottom ; or. if any time in the ., course of the game a doublet is thrown, the (liver goes to the bottom of the column he is on and marks down the number of pearls he has found, and then takes an extra throw. Should doublets be DIRECTIONS.-This picture representf a Naval Engagement. In the distance the Ships-of< again thrown, he rises directly to the surface and adds that number to that already marked down, war, Monitors, Gunboats, etc., are seen. In the foreground is a fortress manned by brave officer which makes the number of pearls found at one dive. If he does not throw a doublet, he rises to the and gallant men. Two can play at this game; one will be the Admiral, and the other the General. surface in the same manner he descended. When one player has completed his dive, he waits until The game is to be played with two dice; the highest throw opens fire. Count the spots on the tw4 all the others have finished theirs. If, when entering, the player throws an odd number, he places dice thrown, and place a button on the ship oiogun whose number corresponds with the sum of th:t his button on that number on the first line, and the next player takes his turn. If the player moves two dice thrown. Place. the button on the ships when the fort fires, and on the guns of the foir off the board before rising to the surface, he only counts the number of pearls found at the bottom, when the ships fire. Continue unW1 all of the ships are sunk or the guns of the fort are silenced. .The payers will agree upon the number of dives to be made for a game, and the person that gets the The one firing the last gun wins the battle. Double ones or double sixes silence Nos. 12. After Igreate number of pearls wins the game gun has been silenced or a ship sunk, if you throw the same number, it is a waste-ball or shot. The Baldwin Idbra ;m~ofS



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