I AUNT JENNY'S SERIES.
THREE LITTLE KITTENS
McLOtUGIIN BROTHERS, PUBLISHERS, New York.
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TOE MAI&RIAGE OF TE TEIIE LITTEI KITTUS
The three little kittens put on their mittens
And went for their evening walk:
Three gentlemen cats, without gloves or hats,
To the kittens began to talk. Meow I meow I
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"You dear little kittens! what pretty mit-
We never saw kittens wear such!
What velvet-like paws what lady-like claws
We admire you all very much." Meow
Said the three sly kittens, "You like my
And we like your manners and speech,
Polite, yet so droll; with us take a stroll,
You see there's a partner for each." Meow
With partners and mittens, the three young
Walk'd on, and they often sigh'd---ah!
The gentleman said, "We wish we were
And the kittens said, "Ask papa." Meow!
Then went the three kittens home with their
Their partners they left at the door;
Old Tom to them went, and thus gave consent,
"Yes, take them, I've seventeen more."
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The three little kittens danced in their mit-
The gentlemen cats wagged their tails,
And said "Let us fix for th' wedding at six,
And meet at the area rails." Meow meow
"We'll take off our mittens" said the three
"The wedding feast we must prepare;-
Sprats, her rings and mice, and every thing
Will make the cat company stare." Meow I
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The three little kittens put on their mittens,
They had at the feast twelve cats at the
And off to be married they went;
And the day was merrily spent. Meow I
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