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Title: Routledge's British primer
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 Material Information
Title: Routledge's British primer
Alternate Title: British primer
Physical Description: 1 v. (unpaged) : ill. 22 cm. ;
Language: English
Creator: Weir, Harrison, 1824-1906 ( Illustrator )
Small, William, 1843-1929 ( Illustrator )
George Routledge and Sons ( Publisher )
Camden Press ( Printer )
Dalziel Brothers ( Engraver )
Publisher: George Routledge and Sons
Place of Publication: London ;
Glasgow
New York
Manufacturer: Camden Press
Publication Date: 1888
 Subjects
Subject: Children -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Conduct of life -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Animals -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Natural history -- Juvenile literature   ( lcsh )
Children's stories   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's stories -- 1888   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1888   ( lcsh )
Alphabet books -- 1888   ( rbgenr )
Primers (Instructional books) -- 1888   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1888
Genre: Children's stories   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Alphabet books   ( rbgenr )
Primers (Instructional books)   ( rbgenr )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
Scotland -- Glasgow
United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: with more than three hundred pictures.
General Note: Contains prose and verse.
General Note: Some illustrations engraved by Dalziel after H. Weir and W. Small.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00055805
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 - 002236787
notis - ALH7265
oclc - 70160102

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Frontispiece
        Frontispiece
    Title Page
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Aunt Mary's illustrated alphabet
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
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    Aunt Mary's illustrated primer
        Page 47
        Page 48
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    Back Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Spine
        Spine
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Acorn Arrow Apple
Allspice Awl Axe
Antelope Anchor





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Belfry Boar
Barley Bellows
Barn Barque





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Calf Carrot Cat

Cloc'k Chisel Chopper
Camel Cart
Camllel Cart





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
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Dragoon Decanter Drum
Dart Daisy
Dog Drayman





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.









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Elm Ear-ring Earl
Easel Ewer
Elephant Elk





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPhIABET.




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Feather Flask
Fir Flower Falcon
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHA ABET.

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Giraffe Gadfly Goslin
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Globe Guard Gable
Groundsel Gimlet Gun
Giraffe Gadfly Gosling






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.









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Horn Harp Herald

Hod Hammer

Hutch Haycock





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.







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Inn Ivy
Iris Icicle
Inkstand Ibex





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPIIABET.












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Jay Jasmine
Jug Jockey
Jungle Junk
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.


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Key Knife
King Kitohen





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.



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Ladder Lance Ladle
Lion Loaf





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.












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Mouse Musket Macaw
Mallet Mace Mop
Moon Mirror
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.






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Nest Net
Nut Nettle
Nuthatch Nautilus





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.


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Orchard Oak
Oats Orange
Organ Omnibus
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.







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Partridge Pillar Pitcher
Padlock Pail
Pine-apple Page Pitchfork




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.



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Queen Quadrille
Quince Quill
Quay Quarry




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.







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Rock Raft
Rake Rule Rasp
Roebuck Rat





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.















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Squirrel Stable
Saw Snuffers Shovel
Snail Steamer




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.






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Tea-pot Tongs Thimble
Tulip Tower
Turkey Tortoise





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.



























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Uniform Usher





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.




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Vine Village
Vase Vane
Van Viper





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.


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Well Windmill
Whip Weights Wheat
Watch-key Whiting Wasp





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.








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Xiphias
Xebec Xylographer
Xmas (for Christmas)





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.








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Yacht Yew
Yarn Yoke
Yawl Yard
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Zebra Zany

Zebu Zodiac




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
ROMAN CAPITALS.
VR AK
C Z F J
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ROMAN LETTERS (SMALL.)
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.








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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
ITALIC CAPITALS.
BC D
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.








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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
ITALIC LETTERS. (SMALL.)
a b c d

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i j k I
Sn o p

q r s t

u v wx

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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.























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DUCKS.
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
LITTLE HARRY'S AB C.









A was an Angler B was a Builder
who fished in and made a
a Stream. strong Beam.











C was a Coach- D was a Drover
man who sat and drove a
on a Box. fat Ox.




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
LITTLE HARRY'S A C.










E a poor Esqui- F was a Footman
maux lived on who powdered
coarse Fare. his Hair.
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G was a Gipsy H was a Hop-
who lived in a picker working
Tent. in Kent.




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.

LITTLE HARRY'S AB C.








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I was an Idler J was a Justice
and wasted his who punished
Time. all Crime.











K was a Knight L was a Lawyer
fully armed and fond of
cap-a-pie. his Fee.




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
LITTLE HARRY'S AB C.









M was a Milk- N was a Navvy
maid who car- and worked on
ried a Pail. the Rail.










0 was an Ostler P was a Pedlar
who cleaned a and called with
fine Hack. his Pack.




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.

LITTLE HARRY'S A B C.









Q was a Quaker R was a Reaper
in Dress very and cut down
plain, the Grain.










S.was a Serjeant T was a Tailor
who drilled a and made a
Recruit. fine Suit.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.

LITTLE HARRY'S A D C.




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U was an Urchin V was a Vintner
loved Mischief who kept some
and Sport. old Port.




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W was a Warder X like a Turnstile
with a bunch comes next if
of great Keys. you please.




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.
LITTLE HARRY'S AB C.




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Y was a Yeoman Z was a Zany and
who guarded played at a
the Stair. Fair.

1 2 3 4
One Two Three Four

5 6 7 8
Five Six Seven Eight

9 10 11 12
Nine Ten Eleven Twelve





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.









One Hare. Two Oxen.










Three Tops. Four Eggs.









Five Fowls Six Rabbits.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.









Seven Birds. Eight Deer.
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Nine Boatmen. Ten Sheep.








Eleven Choristers. Twelve Articles.






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED ALPHABET.







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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

THE ALPHABET IN ROMAN LETTERS.
ABCDEFGHIJ
KLMN OPQRST
UVWXYZ

a b c d e fghijk lm n o
pqr stuvwxyz

THE ALPHABET IN ITALIC LETTERS.
AB CDEF G HIJ
KLMNOPQ RST
UVWX YZ

a b c de fg i jk m n
opqrstuvwxyz




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.








A Ass B Boat








C Cock D Dog









E Eagle F Fig




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.








G Goat H Horse








I Iron J Jackal








K Kid L Lamb)





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED) PRINTER.









M Mule N Nutmeg

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0 Ox P Plough









Q Quail R Reindeer





AUNT MART'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.










S Sledge T Tiger


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W Wagon X Xerxes
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.




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Y Yak Z Zoology

ThIe Vowels are-
a e i o u

The Consonants are-

b c df g hj k i m n p q r

st v wxyz

Double and Triple Letters, DDiphthongs, -c.

E (E fl fi ff ffi ffl ce &

AE OE fl fi ff ffi ffl ae oe and

The Figures.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 0





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

EASY SPELLING AND REAI)ING LESSONS.

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WORDS OF TWO LETTERS USED IN THE FIRST FIVE
READING LESSONS.
The fresh words used in the after Lessons will be found
in the Spelling Lessons which precede each set.

go on up is
he we as ye
it so to be
in do am by

LESSON 1.

Go on

He is up ..

As Awe 0go 6

Igo up
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

LESSON 2.
It is on

So it is
It is to be on

As it is
LESSON 3.
It is he
He is in it
We go by it

Do ye go
LESSON 4.
Do so

Am I to do so

Do as I do

So I do
LESSON ).
He is by it
So am I
As I am by
So is he





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

an at ah me
ox or us my
of if lo no
LESSON 6.
He is by it

Is he to go on

He is to go on

Ah me so he is
LESSON 7.
Lo he is in
I am to go in
Do ye go in
-Go in as we do
LESSON 8.
It is an ox
Is it my ox
or no
Go up to it
If it is my ox
Lo I g0




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.
WORDS OF THREE LETTERS.
can get man 1 dog
let old nag cow
you and may yes

not see the boy
hen
LESSON 1.
It is up on it
May I get it
You can get it
if you go up
Let the man get
it
LESSON 2.
I can do it
So can I do it
We can do it as
you do it
Let me see you
do it
Go on





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.
LESSON 3.

Do you see the
; man and the
fl1 idog Yes I do
Is it an old dog
tNo it is not
Go on man Go
on dog
LESSON 4.
Go and see the nag
Sand the ox
SThe nag is by the ox
SIt is my nag
May I go up to
the nag Yes
LESSON 5.
A man a boy a dog
.and a cow
I can see the man
-,, i And I can see the
SI. boy
.:' i iWe can see the dog
.. 1and the cow
So can we




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

him put run she
has now are hop
hat out ., inn cap
had ice who box
keg
LESSON 6.
A man and a nag
The man is on the
nag
Yes I can see him
He has a hat on
Put me on the nag
Now nag go on '
LESSON 7.
Let us go out
The boy is on '
the ice
Can you go on
Go on as we
go on
See now we are
on the ice
Run boy run





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.
LESSON 8.

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We are to go out It is an inn
Let me get my hat The man and the
Do you see the boy nag are at the
Yes he has a keo inn
The man has a dog
LESSON 9.







Who is it I can hop can you
It is she is it not Yes see me hop
Ah you can see The boy can hop
No I can not see So can she hop




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

wet hit cat pen how
sit bit fat ink day
key try eat use pig
toy sty dip lid big

rex-O' 10. LKessOX 11.








The man and the Do not oo out
boy are out It is a wet, day
So is the dog May I get a toy
The boy has a Yes
cap on The toy is in the
The man has a box
box May I sit by you
Is the boy to get Yes you may
the box Yes Let me see the tov
Is te bo to et Ys yo ma





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIME?.
LESSON 12.

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A pig in a sty Do not go by
the doo'
How fat lie is tle
He bit a boy
Do not hit him And he bit my cat

Let him eat Go in dog
LESSON 3.







It is in my box Can you use a pen
Can I get it Let me try
Yes the lid is up Dip it in the ink
and the key is in Now do as I do





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

sun hay bag for too
sea hot gun two was
dry met his got yet
sky fit did far net
LTSPON 14. LESON 15.








Is it wet No May I go out
The sun is out Yes you can go
It is hot Can you see my
Let us go and sit hat
by the sea let o
S; ..Now let us oo
Do you see the i .
Tho It is too hot to
sun
Yes it is in tlhe sit in the sun
sky Let us sit by the
It is on the sea hay





A UNT Mf \IY' ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

one her ask saw rod
ba1d 11 ark top red
but ran pay arm gay
cut n en say elm lay

L ; LESSN 17.



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You can sit Mi I met a man
the hay So did [
The hay is put iln Did you see his
the sun to dry do Yc h
is it ft to eat h t
He had a gun
No we do not had he no
eat lhay Yes and he had
It is for the nag a bag




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.
Ir.:sso ] 8. LESSON 1].



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It is not wet Did you go by
so let us go out the sea Yes
for a run I saw a man
Is it not too hot Was he an old
No it is May man
and the sun is No but lie was
not hot yet a big man
Let us oo by He had a net
the old inn and the net was
The man is at wet
the inn to get hay How did the
for his nag net get wet
May I go and In the sea but
see the nag e the ng the man can dry .
Yes you may it in the sun




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.
iL.soN 20. LESSO 21.



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May I go out Can you all say it,
to buy a toy Yes we can
Yes if you can Let the Loy at
pay for one the top try to say it
Oh yes I can Go on boy
so let us go I can not go on
Now ask tlhe Al you are a
man for a toy bad boy
Has he an ark May 1 try to
Yes he has say it -
Let me see it Yes go on as
Put up "the lid he can not
See the ark has C A T cat
an ox a cow a nag DO G doog
a pig and a dog in Ah you can say
it So it has it go to the top
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

















LESSON 22.
Do you see the boy
Yes how gay he is
The sun is up but it is not hot so
he and the dog are out for a run
The (dog is by the elhi So he is
See him run i
The boy has a rod has hlie not
Yes he has
Do you see his arm Yes
Do you see hris armr Yos




AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

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LESSON 23.
May we go out too
Yes it is not wet so you and I
can go and see the men lay the hay
in the sun
Ned has got his cap and Sue has
got her hat
How hot it is to day
May we lie in the hay
Yes do not sit in the sun
Let us put Sue in the hay
Now Sue you are in the hay
Yes but I can get out See





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PR1MEI.

SPELLING LESSONS.
lad hod bog pan gap lop
mad nod log fan map mop
pad bud fog den lap pop
sad mud hog fen nap sop
bed fag hug din sap bar
fed wag jug fin pap jar
led lag mug pin tap tar
wed rag rug tin rap car
bid leg gum don pip fir
hid peg rum you lip sir
kid dig dim bun nip cur
rid fig rim fun sip fur

STOPS.
You must now learn to mind your stops I will
explain them to you
When you come to a stop like this wait while
you could count one It is a com-ma
When you come to a stop like this ; wait while
you could count two; it is a semi-colon
When you come to a stop like this : wait while
you could count three: it is a co-lon
When you come to a stop like this wait while
you could count four. It is a period or full stop.
? This is a note of In-ter-ro-ga-tion. It means
that a ques-tion is ask-ed, as, How do you do ?
This is a note of Ad-mi-ra-tion or Ex-cla-ma-
tion. It shows wonder or surprise, as, What a big
dog How hot it is!





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

WOUDS OF FOUR LETTERS.
here what boat bell walk
with have peep loud rope
show hand pull hear fast

LESSON 1.
Here is a man with a
', -- show. Let us have a
peep.
SWhat do you see?
J.- (Ohl, I see the sun, the
sea, and the sky. Can
i1 you see-a boat? Yes
it is on the sea.
Now let me peep.

I.ESSON 2.
Let us go and see the
man pull the bell.
S, tHow loud it is! do
.' 'm / y ou hear it?
1 T 1:[ Let us walk fast.
Here is the man; see.
,[i1li he has a rope in his
S*" hand. What an old
man he is!
Yes; but he is not too
old to pull the bell.





AUNT M3ARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

like will tail head come wash
fish sell left your some face
LESSON ".
Do you like fish?
Yes.
Here is a man who
will sell you some. -
He has a fish in his '(
hand now: it is a cod.
The cod is a big fish. C-
Do you see the head? -
Yes ; it is in his hand. --
Is it in his left hand ?
No; the tail is in his
left hand.
LESSOIs 4.
Wash your face and
come for a walk.
Do you see the man
with the bell? Yes;
come and hear what he V.
has to say. lie has no
rope: the bell is in his
hand, it is a hand-bell. -
The man on the nag -
has come to hear him.
Let us go now.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

milk door give much pint corn
girl line take want pail ripe


LESSON 5.

I like milk. Will you
have some ? Yes. Ann,
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S go and buy some milk:
,' the girl is at the door.
S( You can take a jug.
The milk is in a pail,
S. but the girl can get it
", '' -- out. Can I have some
milk ? Yes; how much
do you want ? Let me have a pint.


.I:SSON G.

Get your hat and
come with me for a
S*walk. I will take you
to see the corn. Is it
ripe ? Yes; it is all cut
Snow. WVhat fine corn !
Ask the man if you
"" may have some. May
*. "'' I take some corn ? Yes;
you may have an ear
or two, but do not pull much.






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

read good gave shop look they
book nice best sand sail then


LESSON 7.
Can you read ? Yes.
Then I will give you a
book if you are good A'
and do as you are bid.
What book will you give :
me Oh a nice book .,
like the one I gave Tom. --
I will go to the shop
and ask the man to show me some and I will buy
the best he has.


LESSON 8.

Do you like to be by
the sea? Yes; I like
to walk on the sand and
look at the nets and the
fish. See! here is a
man and a boy. They
are by the boat. The
man can row: he is a -
boat-man. The boy has
a toy boat in his hand: it has a sail in it. So
it has.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

cold fire take that cart kind
time dark know poor hope tell

LESSON 9.
How cold it is! It
is too dark to go out,

L.4e but it is not yet time to
S go to bed. Come and
sit by the fire. Will
you read to us Yes;
get me the book. What
tale do you like best ?
Let me see: oh, I know! I like the tale of the
Poor Boy and his Cat.

LESSON 10.
Here is a man with a
cart. He will tell you
S. what he has to sell. He
has his hand to his face
so that you may hear
him. Will he come
here ? Yes; see, he is
at the door now. Do
you want to buy of him ? No. Do you see the
Ass? Yes; it is in the cart. Pcor Ass! hope lie
is kind to it.






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

ship home snow play make roll
pier helm warm game ball down


LESSON 11.
It is a cold day. Do -
'not sit by the fire.
Come out and play in ,
the snow; it will do you
go Let us have a
gar. : that is the way -
to get warm. Let us
make a snow-ball. Here
is one. Now roll it up and down in the snow.
What a big snow-ball!


LESSON 12,
Come with me to the
pier and look at the sea.
Here are some men in a .I
boat. How fast they
row! One man is at -
the helm. Do you see -
the ship ? Yes. Let us -
walk to the end of the
pier. It is time to go home now. What a nice
walk we have had!





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

pond hill wade bank well wood
o-ver must made bare does deal




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LESSON 13.
Do you know the pond o-ver the hill? Yes.
May I go and sail my boat in it ? Yes; but do not
get wet. Here we are at the pond. Now give me
the boat. You must wade in, but do not go too lar,
or you will get wet. See, our legs are bare now, so
we can not g(et wet. I will sit down on the bank
by the dog. Look at the boat! Does she not sail
well ? Will you make me one like it ? Yes, if ou
will give me the wood. What wood is it made of.
ak? No. Elm? No it is made of deal.
oak?: No. Elm ? No; it is made of deal.






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

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town mile long four wave



























Come and see the men puil the boat in. They
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LFSSON 14.
Come and see the men pull the boat in. They
have been out to sea, to take some fish. They will
not go to the pier, but will run the boat on to the
sand. See, here they come One of the men has
got out of the boat in-to the sea: he will get wet
but he does not mind that. Now they will get the
fish out of the boat, and take it to the town to sell.
Do you see the rock ? Yes. Is it far off? Yes,
a long way. A mile? More. Two? More yet;
it is four. Some day we will walk to it. Look at
that big wave V






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SPELLING LESSON.

bake cake lake sake rake wake

dire fire mire sire tire wire

bold fold gold hold sold told

bark dark hark lark mark park

came dame fame lame name same

bard card hard lard pard ward

bent dent lent sent tent went

beer deer jeer leer peer seer

bill fill gill kill mill pill

born corn horn morn torn worn

bull cull dull full gull hull

cock dock hock lock mock sock






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

WORDS OF FIVE AND SIX LETTERS.
smith horse ground wheat bread comes
forge house white sweet flour sacks

LESSON 1.
The horse has cast a
shoe; so here he is at
the forge to have a new '
one put on. See, he is
tied to a ring in the .
post. The smith has :-
made the shoe and will .
now nail iL on. It will -
not hurt the horse: the
nail will but run into .- _.-
the soft horn of his
hoof. Tap, tap Now horse, you are well shod;
Gee up !

LESSON 2.
Here comes the man
with the horse and cart .'
from the mill. See, he .
is all white with flour! .!,'
What is flour? Flour --
is wheat ground to dust -'
in the mill. It is white
and sweet. Bread is
made of flour. The
sacks in the cart are
full of it. Do you see the mill ? Yes, it is a wind-
mill. It has four sails. Come and look at it.
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AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

shall chair dress think these shoes
right proud smart things ought mam-ma













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LESSON 3.
Look at my new shoes Shall I not be smart !
They are red: Jane, put me on the chair that I may
try them on. Are they not nice ? Yes, Miss; but
you must not be vain. It is right for us to try to
be neat in our dress, and to look as nice as we can:
but we must take care not to get proud, and think
that boys and girls who can-not wear fine things are
not so good as we are. Oh, Jane I am sure that
t am not proud : but it was so kind of mam-ma to
buy me these nice shoes ; do not you think I ought
to like them ?





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

trunk branch there wheels broad touch
fell-ed lop-ped where three built quite




















trunk of a tree, that has been fell-ed. Here is one:
what a fine tree it has been There is not a branch
left now; they are all lop-ped off. See, there is the
wood wain with a team of three horses in it: it is
quite as much as they can do to drag it up the hill.
The wheels are very broad, so as not to make ruts
in the road. The man has a whip in his hand, but
he does not use it much : the horses are good, and
pull as hard as they can.
This tree was a fine elm once. The keel of a
ship is made of elm: but the ship is built of oak.
Oak is hard and tough: it will last a long time.
See, here is an oak leaf: where is the oak ? There
it is :shall we go and play by it ?
it is : shall we go and play by it ?





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

fowls strut eight would black
ducks throw chicks could brown


















Come into the yard with me and feed the fowls.
I can see three cocks and eight hens: some white,
some brown, and some grey. Are none of them
black? No not one. What shall we give them? Oh,
we will give them some corn: fowls like corn but
ducks do not much mind what they eat. Look at
that cock; how he struts up and down the yard !
Is he not proud? What a fine tail he has!
When they see us, they will all come as fast as
they can run to be fed. See, here they come! Now
throw them some corn. How fast they pick it up!
They are very tame. Yes; I once had an old hen
that would eat out of my hand.
Do you hear the cock crow in the morn ? Yes.
he crows to wake us, when it is time to get up.
Let us go in now: good bye chicks!
enthy eeu, he wllal om a fsta
they ~ ~ c~ ca u ob e.Se eete oe o
throw hem sme con. Ho fastthey ickitu
The ar vey tme.Ye; Ionc ha anoldhe





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIiIMR.

SPELLING LESSONS.
bridge dredge edge pledge hedge
beach bleach peach reach teach
bright flight light might night
bough dough through rough tough
block clock flock neigh weigh
scene shirt sledge smack snake

AWORDSI OF TWO SYLLABLES.
a-live do-ing ma-king start-ed
a-gain dai-sy mer-ry .ta-tion
a-gainst drea-ry mi-nute sit-ting
a-bout dri-ven miss-ed talk-ing
al-most far-mer of-ten tir-ed
a-way flow-er Pa-pa turn-ed
af-ter fro-zen plough-ing them-selves
au-tumn for-ward prim-rose twen-ty
blos-som glean-er reap-er un-der
bro-ken ga-ther re-turn walk-ing
be-gun go-ing sow-ing win-dow
call-ing heed-less sea-son warn-ed
car-riage kill-ed sis-ter with-out
Christ-mas lit-tle se-ven win-ter
cuck-oo Lon-don sum-mer wrap-ped





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.


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1 ON 1. TIII: RAILWAY CAIRIAGE.
Frank and his lit-tle sis-ter Kate were go-nmg to
Lon-don with their mam-ma. Now for some time
af-ter the train had start-ed, Frank play-ed with Kate;
but she soon grew tir-ed, so he went to the win-dow.
A kind friend who was in the same car-riage warn-ed
Frank not to lean a-gainst the door, and drew him
away. But while he was talk-ing to Frank's mam-ma
a-bout a poor lit-tle girl who had been kill-ed through
do-ing this, Frank went back to the win-dow; when
lo! the door flew open, and he was thrown out. His
mam-ma was in a great fright you may be sure.
But the train was not go-ing fast, as it was near a
sta-tion : so when they went back to look for Frank
they found him a-live, sitting on the ground, but in
great pain. His arm was broken. Do you think
he would ever be so heedless again ? Poor boy'
he was ill a long time and could not go out to play.
but it might have been much worse.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.




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LESSON 2. LOST IN THE WOODS.
Fred and Kate had of-ten been told not to go to
the wood by them-selves, as they might lose their
way. But one day when they were out, Fred said,
let us go to the wood: so they went.
Now when they were in the wood they sat down
on the soft green turf, and said how glad they were
they had come; and ran about with Dash, the dog.
But when they were ti-red of play and turn-ed
to go home, Fred found that he had mis-sed the
path. So they were lost in the wood. Af-ter they
had walk-ed about for some time, a storm came
on, and Kate be-gan to cry. Then they sat down
un-der a large tree and thought how wrong they
had been to come. And the light began to fade;
but when it was al-most dark, Dash gave a loud
bark, and they heard a man's voice call-ing them.
So they ran for-ward, and soon found them-selves
with their kind pa-pa, who had come to look for
them. He did not scold them, but I do not think
they would go into the wood a-gain with-out leave.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

LESSON 3. TTHE SEASONS.
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Spring is the Sea-son for plough-ing and sow-ing.
Trees be-gin to bud, and prim-roses and dai-sies
deck the fields and banks. The birds that the cold
had driv-en a-way, now re-turn, and the note of
the cuck-oo is heard in the woods.














It is very hot in Sum-mer : and it is nice to lie
un-der the trees in the cool shade. It is the time
for mak-ing hay. The fruit trees are in full blos-som,
and the earth is gay with flowers. The far-mer
shears his sheep in June.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

LESSON 4. THE SEASONS.













When Au-tumn comes it is time to ga-ther the
fruit and cut the corn. When the corn has been
bound in-to sheaves, the poor folks come and pick
up what is left on the field. In Au-tumn the leaves
turn brown and fall from the trees.















is wrap-ped in snow. The nights are long and
dark, but Christ-mas comes in the Win-ter, and
folks make merry o-ver a good fire.





AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

THE MONTHS.










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January, 31 Days. February, 28 Days.




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March, 31 Days. April, 30 Days.








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May, 31 Days. June, 30 Days.







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THE MONTHS.





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November, 30 Days. December, 31 Days.






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.


THE CLOCK.
Here is a Clock. and the short
There are Twelve '' hand tells the
Figures on the Hour.
Face, and two '-' We will begin
hands to point ,i' .. at Twelve o'clock,
to them. ;'. ,' and follow the
The long hand .i .. ... long hand round
tells the Minute the Face.
When the two hands are together on the figure XII, it
is Twelve o'clock.
When the long hand gets to I, it is Five minutes past
Twelve.
When it gets to II, it is Ten minutes past Twelve.
When it is at III, it is a Quarter past Twelve.
When it is at IIII, it is Twenty minutes past Twelve.
When it is at V, it is twenty-five minutes past Twelve.
When it is at VI, it is half-past Twelve. The short
hand is now half way between XII and I.
When the long hand gets to VII, it is five-and-twenty
minutes to One; when it is at VIII, it is twenty minutes
to One; when at IX, a quarter to One, and so on: ten
minutes to One, five minutes to One, round to figure XII
again. The short hand then points to I, and it is One
o'clock.
So that in an hour the long hand moves right round the
face, but the short hand only moves from one figure to another.
What is the time by the Clock in the Picture ?






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED PRIMER.

THE PARLOUR CLOCK.




























I'm a ve-ry truth-ful Clock
Peo-ple say, a-boutto the -lour Clocke,
To it-self it e ver talks,



Fromuth is pwrce it-ten ne-ver walksmy face,
STick-tok- tick-tock."
Tell me what it says.
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"I'm a ve-ry truth-ful Clock :
Peo-ple say, a-bout the place,
Truth is writ-ten on my face,,
That is what it says



SI'm a very ac-tive Clock,
For I go while you're a-sleep,
Though you ne-ver take a peep
Tick-tock-tick-tock."
That is what it says






AUNT MARY'S ILLUSTRATED P].MER.


























THE LORD'S PRAYER.
Our Fa-ther, which art in Hea-ven, hal-low-ed be
Thy Name. Thy king-dom come. Thy will be done
in earth, As it is in Hea-ven. Give us this day our
dai-ly bread. And for-give us our tre_-pass-es, As
we for-give them that tres-pass a-gainst us. And
lead us not in-to temp-ta-tion; But de-li-ver us from
e-vil: For thine is the king-dom, The pow-er, and
the glo-ry, for e-ver and e-ver. A-men.
CAMDEN ''ISS, LONDON, .IW.
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