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 Front Cover
 Half Title
 Title Page
 Table of Contents
 Under the Window In My Garden,...
 Will You Be My Little Wife, If...
 You See, Merry Phillis, That Dear...
 As I Stepped Out to Hear the News,...
 Three Tabbies Took Out Their Cats...
 Little Fanny Wears a Hat, Like...
 Beneath the Lilies-Tall, White...
 "Margery Brown, on the Top of the...
 Little Wind, Blow on the Hill-Top,...
 Indeed, It Is True, It Is Perfectly...
 School Is Over, Oh, What Fun!
 "Little Polly, Will You Go a Walking...
 I Was Walking Up the Street, the...
 Five Little Sisters Walking In...
 In Go-Cart So Tiny My Sister I...
 Some Geese Went Out a-Walking,...
 You are Going Out to Tea To-day,...
 Poor Dicky's Dead! --The Bell We...
 Up You Go, Shuttlecocks, Ever So...
 Look Over the Walls, and I'll Tell...
 Little Boys and Girls, Will You...
 Tommy Was a Silly Boy, " I can...
 Higgledy, Piggledy! See How They...
 Which Is the Way to Somewhere Town?...
 The Boat Sails Away, Like a Bird...
 Pipe Thee High, and Pipe Thee Low,...
 Polly's, Peg's, and Poppety's Mamma...
 Bowl Away! Bowl Away! Fast as You...
 "For What Are You Longing, You...
 O Ring the Bells! O Ring the Bells!...
 The Ring the Bells! Then Ring the...
 This Little Fat Goblin, a Notable...
 I Saw a Ship That Sailed the Sea,...
 Yes, That's the Girl that Struts...
 It Was Tommy Who Said, "The Sweet...
 "Shall I Sing?" Says the Lark,...
 Little MIss Patty and Master Paul...
 Yes, It Is Sad of Them, Shocking...
 Now, All of You, Give Heed Unto...
 What Is Tommy Running for, Running...
 A Butcher's Boy Met a Baker's Boy...
 The Twelve Miss Pelicoes Were Twelve...
 Little Baby, If I Threw This Fair...
 The Finest, Biggest Fish, You See,...
 Prince Finikin and His Mamma Sat...
 Heigh Ho! -- Time Creeps But Slow;...
 My House Is Red -- a Little House,...
 Three Little Girls Were Sitting...
 Oh, What Has the Old Man Come for?...
 Ring the Bells--Ring! Hip, Hurrah...
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Group Title: Under the window : pictures & rhymes for children
Title: Under the window
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 Material Information
Title: Under the window pictures & rhymes for children
Physical Description: 64 p. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Greenaway, Kate, 1846-1901
Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905 ( Engraver , Printer )
Greenaway, Kate, 1846-1901 ( Illustrator )
George Routledge and Sons ( Publisher )
Donor: Egolf, Robert ( donor )
Publisher: George Routledge & Sons
Place of Publication: London ;
New York
Manufacturer: Drawn on stone & printed by Wemple & Co.
Publication Date: [1879?]
 Subjects
Subjects / Keywords: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1879   ( lcsh )
Bldn -- 1879
Genre: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: by Kate Greenaway, as originally engraved and printed by Edmund Evans.
General Note: Contains verse.
General Note: Date of publication from inscription.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00048315
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 - 002223605
notis - ALG3856
oclc - 61708299

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Half Title
        Page 1
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
    Title Page
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Table of Contents
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
        Page 11
        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
    Under the Window In My Garden, Where Sweet, Sweet Flowers Grow
        Page 15
    Will You Be My Little Wife, If I Ask You? Do!
        Page 16
    You See, Merry Phillis, That Dear Little Maid, Has Invited Belinda to Tea
        Page 17
    As I Stepped Out to Hear the News, I Met a Lass in Socks and Shoes
        Page 18
    Three Tabbies Took Out Their Cats to Tea, as Well-Behaved Tabbies as Well Could Be
        Page 19
    Little Fanny Wears a Hat, Like Her Ancient Grannie
        Page 20
    Beneath the Lilies-Tall, White Garden Lilies--The Princess Slept, a Charmed Sleep Away
        Page 21
    "Margery Brown, on the Top of the Hill, Why Are You Standing Idle Still?"
        Page 22
    Little Wind, Blow on the Hill-Top, Little Wind, Blow Down the Plain
        Page 23
    Indeed, It Is True, It Is Perfectly True; Believe Me, Indeed, I am Playing No Tricks
        Page 24
    School Is Over, Oh, What Fun!
        Page 25
    "Little Polly, Will You Go a Walking To-day?" "Indeed, Little Susan, I will, If I May"
        Page 26
    I Was Walking Up the Street, the Steeple Bells Were Ringing
        Page 27
    Five Little Sisters Walking In a Row; Now, Isn't That the Best Way for Little Girls to Go?
        Page 28
    In Go-Cart So Tiny My Sister I Drew
        Page 29
    Some Geese Went Out a-Walking, To Breakfast and to Dine
        Page 30
    You are Going Out to Tea To-day, So Mind How You Behave
        Page 31
    Poor Dicky's Dead! --The Bell We Toll, and Lay Him in the Deep, Dark Hole
        Page 32
    Up You Go, Shuttlecocks, Ever So High! Why Come You Down Again, Shuttlecocks--Why?
        Page 33
    Look Over the Walls, and I'll Tell You Why, -- The King and the Queen Will Soon Pass By
        Page 34
    Little Boys and Girls, Will You Come and Ride with Me on My Broomstick, -- Far and Wide?
        Page 35
    Tommy Was a Silly Boy, " I can Fly," He Said
        Page 36
    Higgledy, Piggledy! See How They Run! Hopperty, Popperty! What Is the Fun?
        Page 37
    Which Is the Way to Somewhere Town? Oh, Up in the Morning Early
        Page 38
    The Boat Sails Away, Like a Bird on the Wing, and the Little Boys Dance on the Sands in a Ring
        Page 39
    Pipe Thee High, and Pipe Thee Low, Let the Little Feet Go Faster
        Page 40
    Polly's, Peg's, and Poppety's Mamma Was Kind and Good
        Page 41
    Bowl Away! Bowl Away! Fast as You Can
        Page 42
    "For What Are You Longing, You Three Little Boys? Or What Would You Like to Eat?
        Page 43
    O Ring the Bells! O Ring the Bells! We Bid You, Sirs, Good Morning
        Page 44
    The Ring the Bells! Then Ring the Bells! For This Fair Time of Maying
        Page 45
    This Little Fat Goblin, a Notable Sinner
        Page 46
    I Saw a Ship That Sailed the Sea, It Left Me as the Sun Went Down
        Page 47
    Yes, That's the Girl that Struts about, She's Very Proud, -- So Very Proud!
        Page 48
    It Was Tommy Who Said, "The Sweet Spring-Time Is Come"
        Page 49
    "Shall I Sing?" Says the Lark, " Shall I Bloom?" Says the Flower
        Page 50
    Little MIss Patty and Master Paul Have Found Two Snails on the Garden Wall
        Page 51
    Yes, It Is Sad of Them, Shocking to Me
        Page 52
    Now, All of You, Give Heed Unto the Tale I Now Relate
        Page 53
    What Is Tommy Running for, Running for, Running for?
        Page 54
    A Butcher's Boy Met a Baker's Boy (It Was All of a Summer Day)
        Page 55
    The Twelve Miss Pelicoes Were Twelve Sweet Little Girls
        Page 56
    Little Baby, If I Threw This Fair Blossom Down to You
        Page 57
    The Finest, Biggest Fish, You See, Will be the Trout That's Caught by Me
        Page 58
    Prince Finikin and His Mamma Sat Sipping Their Bohea
        Page 59
    Heigh Ho! -- Time Creeps But Slow; I've Looked Up the Hill So Long
        Page 60
    My House Is Red -- a Little House, a Happy Child Am I
        Page 61
    Three Little Girls Were Sitting on a Rail, Sitting on a Rail, Sitting on a Rail
        Page 62
    Oh, What Has the Old Man Come for? Oh, What Has the Old Man Come for?
        Page 63
    Ring the Bells--Ring! Hip, Hurrah for the King!
        Page 64
    Back Cover
        Cover 3
        Cover 4
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