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 Material Information
Title: Comic alphabet
Physical Description: 8 leaves : ;
Language: English
Creator: R. Shugg & Co ( Publisher )
Publisher: R. Shugg & Co.
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: c1872
 Subjects
Subject: Alphabet rhymes -- 1872   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1872   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1872
Genre: Alphabet rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
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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
Bibliographic ID: UF00026653
Volume ID: VID00001
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 - 001763230
oclc - 26812767
notis - AJH6393

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Title Page
        Page 2
    Comic alphabet
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Back Cover
        Page 10
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NEW YORK:
R. SHUGG & CO., Publishers.


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SAmy the actress,
A-thumping away,
SDrumming out airs
With artistic display.


('- Chin-Chin of Cochil,
The Land of the Tea,
stiiling and blaud-
T. .. Heathen Chinee.
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A lay1 4s*ietn2
..A sdira iaeed.a a


D D runken skt,
A useless old oul,
NJow bi-roght to want,:: :
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E Elegant Ella, S tands tbr Frog,
Enchanting and fair, The troubadour fond,
The ballet girl, graced Whose night serenadings
With luxuriant hair. Ascend from the pond.


G Growling gowwler, iH Horace the printer,
And how gentle he is 1 One who knows how
We may readily judge To edit a paper,
From a look at his phiz. Or handle a plough.'::
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I Stands for Indian. Judas, Josephus.
The braves of the trail, t A merchant who bags
A representative chief Old hats, or old clothes,
Is great Spotted Tail. Shoes, bottles, or rags.


K Stands for Katy, Stands for locust.
A dame w\vho delights Sceptre of the police,
To stand 'fore the public A magical wand
For feminine rights. For keeping the peace.
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M Monkey, an ape, some
What Is It or other.
According to Darwin,
A man and a brother.


O For O'Flalnigan,
The Paddy with pipe
Not averse to a smoke,
A dance, or a fight.


N Negro of Africa, as a
Slave doomed to toil,
Now fiee and a man
On America's soil.


P Portrait of Plymouth
Church Preacher-
Who knows not the face of
Henry Ward Beecher.


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P President Grant, ( Quiet Quakeress,
Who, with his spouse, In apparel so plain,
Are guests of the nation, Equipped for the weather,
At the White House. For sunshine or rain.


R Rabbit so timid, Showman of mermaids
Fleet-footed in chase, Dwarfs, strange sights,
He will give his pursuers To revel in humbug,
A wonderful race. Our Barnum delights.
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S Stanley, who went to
Livingstone's aid,
When the great traveler
Was in Ujiji delayed.


* I' /lIlt-L1, mUltUl LUltVl g
1 All kinds of greed-
T stands for Tammany,
T stands for Tweed.


U Is for urchin, the \ Valiant fop,
Boy with the slate, V So vain of his trae,
All radiant with smiles, I fear all his service
In view of the (-cke. Is done on parade.
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W For Wilhelm-King
William best known
Now Emperor of Germany
Wearing a crown.


For youth, and xwhat
His future shall be
is readily learned from
Ye portrait at D.
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A Alluant, .AraIIC,
I1 All cooing and prattle
Excitement. prolonged by
SThe sound of his rattle.


SL Zany a tool,
The clown of the ring
Not half such a fool
As the fool tippling gin.
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BEAUTIFULLY ILLUSTRATED IN OIL COLORS.


Fables: Quarto size; compiled from Esop,
LaFontaine, and the Russian of the cele-
brated Kriloff. Some of these are old and
favored acquaintances, while others are
here published for the first time in this
country. Embellished with handsome full-
page illustrations, printed in colors, from
designs by Stephens and others. Nos. 1
and 2 now ready.
Nursery Rhymes: With numerous
colored illustrations from designs by
Stephens. Pcice 25 cents.
Little Workers: A History of some of
God's Little Creatures that Labor Without
hands; By J. C. Beard. Magnificently
illu-trart.l will nii inrousfull-pagepictures,
printed in oil colors, from designs by Beard.
Qine.r i. i. Price $1. A book that has
r u-ii-. Ilir- most flattering commendations
of the press. It is written in a style that
ill n c. tIll comprehension and enchain
the aii.-tion of any reader, old or young.
Little Fantasy: The Adventures of
Lii,- Fantasy with the Water Imps. Price
Cel clicl

Little Charley's Visits.
HAZELD.ALE, Its Feathered Help.
HAZELDALE. Its Lawn Pets.
WHAT HE sAW IN CENTRAL PARK.:
(4to. Singly or in one Book.)

Holiday Series.
SCHOOL DAYS. THREE CHRIST-.
MAS4 BO(::ES. MERRY CHIMES OF
CHRISTMAS TIMES.
.4tn. Sinely ,r1 in one Book.)

Merry Christmas Series.-4to.
COCK ROBIN.
A MERRY CHRISTMAS.


Aunt Lutie's Story Books.
THE DISCONTENTED DUCKS.
ROBIP7ON CRUSOE.


Cinderella Series.
BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.
ADVENTURES OF A COCKATOO.
THE GIANT WITH IHiE GOLDEN HAIR.


Aunt Lutie's A, B, C, OF ANIMALS.
ALPHABET ON LEGS.
COMIC ALPHABET.


Aunt Lutie's SNow DnoP A, B, C,
". PRIMROSE PRIMER.
D" DISCONTENTED CHICKEN.
WHO STOLE MY NEb~?


Mother Coose Melodies and
Other Rhymes. silloui-tr,' Jlus-
1 t lii .n ,.


Series No. 1.


COOK ROBIN.
HOUSE THAT


JACK BUILT.


SIMPLE SIMON.
JOHN GILPIN.


Series No. 2.


LITTLE DITTIES. CINDERELLA.
CHILDREN IN THE WOOD.
Series No. 3, or One Cent Series.
KING OF THE WOODS. COCK ROBIN.
BEE AND DOVE. THE KING BIRD.
TIE SPECKLED GARDENER. THREE WISHES.
BRUIN, THE DANCING BEAR. MISTER FOX.


CARDS, ALPHABET CARDS, DOMINO CARDS, CHECKER BOARDS, TOY MONEY.
THIE GRECIAN PHALANX, a Strategical Game.
R. SHUGG & CO., PUBLISHERS, NEW YORK.

entered accordii;3 ti Act of Congress, in the year 1872, by R. SHUGG & C ., in the office of the Librarian of Congress.
at 'Washington.




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