The baby's bouquet

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Title:
The baby's bouquet a fresh bunch of old rhymes & tunes : a companion to The "baby's opera"
Uncontrolled:
Baby's opera
Physical Description:
56 p. : col. ill. ; 18 cm.
Language:
English
Creator:
Crane, Walter, 1845-1915
Crane, Walter, 1845-1915 ( Illustrator )
Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905 ( Printer of plates )
Crane, Lucy, 1842-1882 ( Arranger )
George Routledge and Sons ( Publisher )
Donor:
Egolf, Robert ( donor )
Publisher:
George Routledge and Sons
Place of Publication:
London ;
New York
Publication Date:

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children's songs   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1879   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1879
Genre:
Nursery rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York

Notes

Statement of Responsibility:
arranged & decorated by Walter Crane ; cut and printed in colours by Edmund Evans ; the tunes collected & arranged by L.C.
General Note:
Date of publication from inscription.
General Note:
For voice and piano.
General Note:
Some of the rhymes are in French and German.
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 - 002221591
notis - ALG1816
oclc - 61656796
System ID:
UF00048311:00001


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THE FRIENDS oF BABIES ,

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to, I. Hot Cross Buns.
12, 13. The Little Woman and the
Pedlar.
14, 15. The Little Disaster.
r6. Ti'e Old W!oman of Norwich.
17. The Old WomanL Tossed up in
18, 19. Buy a Broom. [a Blanket.
20, 2r. Hausegefinde.
21. Schlaf, Kindlein, Schlaf.
22, 23. Little Man and Afaid.
24. The Jolly Tester.
25. Lucy Locket.
26. If all the World were Paper.
27. y Fairy Ship.
28, 29. The Little Cock Sparrow.
30. The Carrion Crow.
31. The Scare-Crow.
32, 33. TheNorth W/ind&'theRobin.



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35. Et moi de m'en Courir.
36,37. The Old Man in Leather.
38. Aiken Drum.
39. Billy Pringle.
40, 41. Sur le Pont d'Avzignon.
42. London Bridge.
43. C. y Over the WIater.
44, 45. The Four Presents.
46. The Three Little Kittens.
47. Pussy Cat.
48. Zwei Hascn.
49. Ringel Tanz.
50. La Bergere.
51 Le Petit Chasscu;r
52, 53. Gefiuden.
54. Looby Light.
55. Margery Daw.
56. The Fly & the Humble Bee.



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Fol, lol, &c., Foa lol, &c.,
He cut her petticoats all round about, I've a little dog at home, and he knows me;
Fol, lor, &c., Fol, lol, &c.,
He cut her petticoats up to her knees, If it be I, he will wag his little tail,
Which made the little woman to shiver and freeze, If it be not I, he will bark and rail,
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3 When the little woman began to awake, 5 Andwhen the little woman went home in thedark,
Fol, lol, &c., Fol, lol, &c.,
She began to shiver, and she began to shake, Her little dog he did begin to bark,
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She began to shake, and she began to cry, He began to bark, and she began to cry,
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2 And his dog he called Fidelle,
For he loved his master well;
And he had a little pony for his pleasure 0 !
In a sty not very big
He'd a frisky little pig,
Which he often called his little piggy treasure O 0
3 Once his little maiden, Ann,
With her pretty little can,
Went a-milking when the morning sun was beam-
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When she fell, I don't know how,
But she stumbled o'er the plough,
And the cow was quite astonished at her scream-
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4 Little maid cried out in vain,
While the milk ran o'er the plain,



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Little pig ran grunting after it so gaily O !
While the little dog behind,
For a share was much inclined,
So he pulled back squeaking piggy by the tally 01
5 Such a clatter now began
As alarmed the little man,
Who came capering from out his little stable 0!
Pony trod on doggy's toes,
Doggy snapped at piggy's nose,
Piggy made as great a noise as he was able O !
6 Then to make the story short,
Little pony with a snort
Lifted up his little heels so very clever O !
And the man he tumbled down,
And he nearly cracked his crown,
And this only made the matter worse than ever O!








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Entequent heisst meine Ent' Schwartz und weiss heisst meine Geiss,
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jf Gute-Muh heisst meine Kuh;
SWidewidewenne heisst meine Putt-henne. 7 Widewidewenne heisst meine Putt-henne,
5 Widewidewenne heisst meine Putt-henne, Wohlgethan heisst mein Mann,
S Wettermann heisst mein Hahn, Sausewind heisst mein Kind,
Kunterbunt heisst mein Hund; Widewidewenne heisst meine Putt-henne.
a Widewidewenn2 heisst meine Putt-henne. Gesprocken:
F I 6 Widewidewenne heisst meine Putt-henne, Nun Kennt ihr mich mit Mann und Kind.
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And I'llcarry two-pence home to my wife. And I'll carry nothing home to my wife.
4 0 dear nothing, I've got nothing,
What will nothing buy for my wife?
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Oh, then what should we lack--O !
If, as they say, there were no clay,
How should we take tobacco?



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If none but had a crack,
If Spanish apes ate all the grapes,
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S' That stood bEctieen the dccks. \\'ih a jacket on hi- back.
"" 'ere four-and-t ientv white mice \nd nhen this fairy ship set aiil.
\ith rings about their neck-. I'he captain he said Ou.-ck !"



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A lit tle cock-sparrow sat on a high tree, A lit fe cock-sparrow sat f

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2 A naughty little boy with a bow and arrow,
Determined to shoot this little cock-sparrow;
3 For this little cock-sparrow would make a nice stew,
And his giblets would make a nice little pie too.
4 "Oh, no," says cock-sparrow, "I won't make a stew,"
And he fluttered his wings, and away he flew.
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Derry, derry, derry, decco ;
0 wife, bring me my old bent bow,
"That I may shoot yon carrion crow."
Heigh-ho the carrion crow,
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Derry, derry. derry, decco;
The tailor shot, and he missed his mark,
And shot his old sow right through the heal
Heigh-ho the carrion crow,
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5 His waiticoat was made oF cru t of pirs. 10 And he ate up ill the penny loare'.
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a His breeches were mad.: of ha3gis bag-. I And he ate up all the good pie cru-t
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And hi. name \tad Wuly Wood ; And there wa. an end of Willy Wood.
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Et puis encore comm' ga : Et puis encore comm' aa:
Sur le pont d'Avignon, Sur le pont d'Avignon,
Tout le monde y danse, danse, Tout le monde y danse, danse,
Sur le pont d'Avignon, Sur le pont d'Avignon,
Tout le monde v danse en rond. Tout le monde v danse en rond.



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Lon don Bridge is bro ken down, Dance o ver my La dye Lea;

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2 How shall we build it up again ?
Dance over my Ladye Lea ;
How shall we build it up again?
With a gay ladye.



3 Silver and gold will be stole away,
Dance over my Ladye Lea ;
Silver and gold will be stole away :
With a gay ladye.



4 Iron and steel will bend and bow,
Dance over my Ladye Lea ;



Iron and steel will bend and bow:
With a gay ladye.
5 Wood and clay will wash away,
Dance over my Ladye Lea;
Wood and clay will wash away:
With a gay ladye.
6 Build it up with stone so strong,
Dance over my Ladye Lea;
Huzza! 'twill last for ages long.
With a gay ladye.



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i And over the water to Charley; "
S I'll have none of your nasty beef,
Nor I'll have none of your barley,
SBut I'll have some of your very best fl:,r "
To make a white cake for my Char') .



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And all began to cry.
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"And find your mittens,
"Or you shan't have any pie. "
Mew, mewi, &fc.



4 These three little kittens
They found their mittens,
And joyfully they did cry.
Mew, mew, &c.



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Our mittens are here,
Make haste and cut up the pie! "
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Et ron, ron, ron, petit patapon;
Elle fit un fromage
Du lait de ses moutons,
Ron, ron,
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A la chass' aux z' hannetons Qu' il tomba sur ses talons;
Quand il fut sur la montagn', Tout's les dames du village'
II partit un coup d' canon. Lui porterent des bonbons.

3 Quand il fut sur la montagn' 5 Tout's les dames du village'
II partit un coup d' canon; Lui port6rent des bonbons;
II en eut si peur tout d'm6m', Je vous remerci', mesdam's,
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Ein Bliimlein stehn,
Wie Sterne leuchtend,
Wie Aeuglein schon.
3 Ich wolit' es brechen
Da sagt es fein :
"Soil ich zum Welken
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Den Wiirzlein aus,
Zum Garten trug ich's
Am hiibschen Haus.
5 Und pflanzt es wieder
Am stillen Ort;
Nin zweigt es immer
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And you'll never know Did ever you hear
"That I carry a sting." So merry a thing ?
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Had joined the pair, That of all the flies
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