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Group Title: Grandmamma Easy's large toy books
Title: Grandmamma Easy's wonders of a toy shop
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Title: Grandmamma Easy's wonders of a toy shop
Series Title: Grandmamma Easy's large toy books
Alternate Title: Wonders of a toy shop
Physical Description: 6 leaves : ;
Language: English
Creator: Bender, E.H ( Publisher, Bookseller )
Publisher: E.H. Bender
Place of Publication: Albany
Publication Date: [ca.1840?]
 Subjects
Subject: Children's poetry -- 1840   ( lcsh )
Publisher's advertisements -- 1840   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1840
Genre: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Publisher's advertisements   ( rbgenr )
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- New York -- Albany
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General Note: Cover title.
General Note: Caption title: Wonders of a toy shop.
General Note: Includes publisher's advertisement.
General Note: Hand colored illustrations.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00065359
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 - 001814254
oclc - 27963612
notis - AJN8160

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"Pray, what would you like?" said a Toyman,
one day,
Addressing a group of young folks,
"1 have toys in abundance, and very cheap, too,
Though not quite so cheap as my jokes.


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' A full set of bricks is enclosed in this box,
(With the mortar we well may dispense,)
But with these you may build a magnificent
house,
Without e'en a farthing's expense.


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(" With these you may raise up a Royal Exchange,
In less than five minutes, and then
Knock it down, and build up a new Parliament
House,
In another five minutes,-or ten.







" A doll's pretty kitchen, stands next on the shelf,
With grate, pans, and kettle, and pot;
With dish and tureen, and all crockery-ware,
Knives and forks, and I cannot tell what;






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"They would not quite do for a great city- feast,
But I think I may venture to say,
A minnow or tittlebat there might be cooked,
As a rarity on Lord Mayor's day .






That frtP.- F&isfinMrYWt' SIW& t fi I side,
With saddle and bridle complete,
V ill go without whipping, and, equally strange,
Without making use of his feet:



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" Yet, stranger than that-whatsoever his pace,
Whether canter, or gallop, or trot,
Though moving at ten miles an hour-he ne'er.
Advances one inch from the spot.








Examine this sword, with its handle and sheath,
And its blade made of innocent wood;
"Twere well if all swords were as harmless as this,
And as equally guiltless of blood.



























A wonder, you cannot deny;
I really can't say whether it will grind corn,



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SHere's a fine stud of horses, which, strange
though it sounds,
Live neither on corn nor on hay;
A. gentleman's carriage, and tilbury, too,
For which we've no taxes to pay.









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A coachman so plump, and a footman so tall,
Who cost not a penny for food;
For to tell you the truth, all their insides are
filled
With a permanent dinner of wood.





" Here's a famous managerie, full of wild beasts;
See I this lion with wide open jaws,
Enough to affright one, and yet I've no doubt,
You might venture to play with his claws.



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( Here's a tiger as tame as a lap-dog, you'll find,
And a fox that will not steal the geese:
So here you must own the old adage is proved,
That wonders are never to cease."
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"Here's a wagon well laden, and here is a dray,
With horses and harness complete;
You can drive them in parlour and drawing-
room, too,
As easily as in the street.





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"Here's a whole file of soldiers, quite ready for
fight,
And each of them armed with a gun;
You may knock them all down with a feather,
and then
You may pocket them-every one.












BOOKS PUBLISHED BY


E. H. BENDER,

73 State Street, Albany, N. Y.

S. S. RANDALL'S SERIES OF
mSCOHOOL nRE.A.DERS, 1
Considered by those who have used them to be decidedly superior to any now in print.
They have lately been introduced into sixty Academies in this State.

THE EMPIRE SPELLER AND READER,
Designed as an Introduction to the abore Series-is conformable with the Orthography
Sof our National Lexicographer, Wtester, and in many other respects is far superior to
any other in use.

CHEMISTRY AND FAMILIAR SCIENCE !!!
Br J. DAvr. An entirely New Work. It is considered a very valuable Text Book,
for the instruction of Classes in our Academies and Common Srhools, in those branches
of Natural Science on which it treats. It is also a very useful book for families.

THE SYSTEMATIC ARITHMETIC I I
Or Arithmetic arranged in its natural order, by D. H. CRIrTTENDEN, Professor of Math-
ematics and Natural Sciences, New York City.
$ This is entirely a New and Original Work, and needs but to be examined to be gen-
erally introduced throughout the country.

THE SYSTEMATIC, MENTAL, TyEORETICAL AND PRACTICAL
PRIMARY ARITHMETIC AND TABLE BOOK,
By D. H. CRUTTEN DEN, we desire especially to call your attention to, knowing that it
wants but to be thoroughly examined to be approved.

GRANDMAMA EASY'S LARGE TOY BOOKS,
Twelve Different Kinds, Beautifully Colored.
THE STORY OF JOFEPn AND HIS BRETHREN, WARMER FALOWFIEI.D'S STORIES,
MICHAELMAS DAY. OIn THE FATE OF PUOUR LITrLE JACK HORNFII AND HI MTNCE PTE,
S MOLLEY GOO'EY'. NEW LITTLE ,TORIEs ABOUT TIHE ALPHA-
SSTORIES ABOUT EUROPE. RET,
MERRY MliLTIPLICATION TABLE, LITTLE TOM TIIIr'B AND HIS MOTHER,
THE TROUBLES OF HARRY CARELEsS, WONDERS OF A TOY bHOP,
PRETTY LULLABY SONGS, ALDERMAN'. FEA.,T.

& MARKS' COLORED TOY BOOKS
TWELVE DIFFERENT KINDS.
ADVENTURES OF LITTLE RED RIDING HOOD, ADVENTURES OF MOTHER HUBBARD AND
LIFE AND DEATH OF (OCK ROBIN, HER Dor,
I DAME TROT AND HER COMICAL CAT, T"IE tOLi..E THAT JACK BUILT.
CINDERELLA, OR LITTLE GLASS SUPPER, L I'TLE DAME CRUMP .LAD HER LITTLE
HISTORY OF JOHNNY UIL.PIN, WHITE E PIG,
THE LADDER .iF LEARNINLj HISTORY OF WHITTINOTON AND HIS CAT,
HISTORY OF THE CHILDREN OF THE WOOD, CHILDREN IN THE WOOD.



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