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Group Title: Uncle Ned's picture books
Title: Home pictures
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 Material Information
Title: Home pictures
Series Title: Uncle Ned's picture books
Physical Description: 8 p., 4 leaves of col. plates : ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Publisher: McLoughlin Bro's,
McLoughlin Bro's
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: [1889?]
Copyright Date: 1889
 Subjects
Subject: Family -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Home -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1889
Picture books for children -- 1889
Bldn -- 1889
Genre: Children's poetry
Picture books for children
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- New York
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00054737
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: notis - AJU2777
alephbibnum - 001868259
oclc - 08861573

Table of Contents
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    Main
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"O dear Mamma, where are you gone?'
Come, see the baby stand alone-;
And only think-indeed, 'tis truth-
I can just feel a little tooth.
".Look at his pretty shining hai,.
His cheeks so red, his skin so fair;
His curly ringlets, just like flax;'
His little bosom, just like wax.'
"I think he's growing very wise;
Now don't you think so ?"Julia cries:
Then to tle cradle off she ran,
To kis's the little baby-man. x



NAUGHTY TEMPER.

Bad temper, go
You never shall stay with me;
Bad temper, go,
You and I shall never agree.
For I will always 'kind and mild '
And gentle pray to be,
And do to others as, I wish
That they should do to me.
Temper bad
With me shall never stay;
Temper bad
Can never be happy and gay.,








ELLEN AND HER BIRD.

Mamma, what ails my pretty bird ?"
Said little Ellen Grey:
"He looks so sad, nor have I heard
The darling sing all day."
"I wonder not," Mamma replied,
"Poor little captive thing;
When forced within a cage to 'bide,
SThat it should cease to sing.
"For he can from his prison see,
In this sweet summer, weather,
J The other birds, so gay and free,
Who fly about together.
"" But if you wish again to hear
Your pretty Robin's voice,
Unclose his cage, and then, my dear,
See how he will rejoice."
"If I unclose his cage, he'll fly
Away from me, I know;
Ah do not think, Mamma, that 1
Can part with Robin so."
"My Ellen, say,-were you to be
A lonely captive, pent
From all your friends, Papa, and me,
Could you then be content?"
"Oh I no, Mamma! for I should cry.
And break my heart, I know:
Ah now I see the reason why
My Robin wants to go.'








THE INDOLENT GIRL.


Come here, Mistress Puss,
You're a saa, naughty cat,
To sit on my bonnet,
And squeeze it so flat.

But I am to blame,
I. suppose you will say,
For not having put it,
Puss, out of your way.

And I think that I am,
For Mamma told me so,
Before sne went out,
A few hours ago.

And so, pretty pussy,
Your fault I'll forgive:
And think of this lesson,
As long as I live.

Of my bonnets and clothes
To take better care;
And not leave them out,
On a table or chair.








MY DARLING BROTHER.

Little brother, darling boy,
You are very dear to me;
I am filled with love and joy
When your smiling face I see.

Shake your rattle-here it is;
Listen to its merry noise;
And when you are tired of this,
I will buy you other toys.


GOOD-NIGHT.

To bed, to bed, my curly head,
To bed, and sleep so sweetly;
: Merry and bright, with the morning light,
Be up, and dressed so neatly.

-Then for a walk, and a pleasant talk
About the birds and flowers;
.And all the day, in work and play,
We'll pass the happy hours.

And then to bed, to rest the head,
And sleep until the morrow:
May every day thus glide away,
Without a shade of sorrow.






















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