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 Front Cover
 Half Title
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Old Mother Goose
 Mister fox, o!
 Little boy blue
 One, two, buckle my shoe
 Multiplication is vexation
 A ten o'clock scholar
 The frog who would a-wooing go
 I had a little husband
 I had a little doll
 The little boy and girl
 The squirrel
 The fat man of Bombay
 The old man of the Nile
 Little Jessie
 Little Johnny
 My little old man
 The old woman of Leeds
 Little Fred
 Gregory Griggs
 Bessy Bell and Mary Gray
 My little Highlander
 Hey diddle, diddle
 Little Julia Ap-Jones
 The busy bee
 Sissy, Sissy, come and drink
 Ten little niggers
 There was a little man
 Little four years old
 Back Cover






Title: Old Mother Goose's rhymes & tales
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Title: Old Mother Goose's rhymes & tales
Uniform Title: Mother Goose
Alternate Title: Old Mother Goose's rhymes and tales
Physical Description: 47, 1 p. : col. ill. ; 24 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Haslewood, Constance ( Illustrator )
Frederick Warne and Co ( Publisher )
Publisher: Frederick Warne & Co.
Place of Publication: New York
Publication Date: 1889
 Subjects
Subject: Children -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1889   ( rbgenr )
Children's poetry -- 1889   ( lcsh )
Bldn -- 1889
Genre: Nursery rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
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 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: illustrated by Constance Haslewood.
General Note: Baldwin Library copy lacks p. 11-12.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00065444
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 - 002224388
notis - ALG4652
oclc - 70870151

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
    Half Title
        Page 1
    Frontispiece
        Page 2
    Title Page
        Page 3
    Old Mother Goose
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
    Mister fox, o!
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
    Little boy blue
        Page 10
        Page 11-12
    One, two, buckle my shoe
        Page 13
    Multiplication is vexation
        Page 14
    A ten o'clock scholar
        Page 15
    The frog who would a-wooing go
        Page 16
        Page 17
        Page 18
        Page 19
        Page 20
        Page 21
    I had a little husband
        Page 22
    I had a little doll
        Page 23
    The little boy and girl
        Page 24
    The squirrel
        Page 25
    The fat man of Bombay
        Page 26
    The old man of the Nile
        Page 27
    Little Jessie
        Page 28
    Little Johnny
        Page 29
    My little old man
        Page 30
    The old woman of Leeds
        Page 31
    Little Fred
        Page 32
    Gregory Griggs
        Page 33
    Bessy Bell and Mary Gray
        Page 34
    My little Highlander
        Page 35
    Hey diddle, diddle
        Page 36
    Little Julia Ap-Jones
        Page 37
    The busy bee
        Page 38
    Sissy, Sissy, come and drink
        Page 39
    Ten little niggers
        Page 40
        Page 41
        Page 42
        Page 43
        Page 44
    There was a little man
        Page 45
    Little four years old
        Page 46
        Page 47
        Page 48
    Back Cover
        Cover 1
        Cover 2
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Old Mother Goose, when
She wanted to wander,
WouLd ride through the air
On a very fine wander.
Mother Goose had a house,
'Twas built in a wood,
Where an owl at the door
For sentineL stood.
This is her son Jack,
A pLain-Looking Lad;
He is not very Lood
Nor yet very bad.


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OLD MOTHER GOOSE.

She sent him to market,
A li-.e .,-,ose he bought,
"Here, mother," sa, s he,
"It will not 80 for nought."

Jack's Crew.. very fond,
They'd both eat together,
Or swinm in onre pond.

Jack found one fine morning,
As I have been told,
His goose had Laid him
An egg of pure sold.

Jack ran to his mother,
The news for to tell;
She called him a good boy,
And said it was weLl.

Jack sold his-gold egg,
To a rogue of a Jew,
Who cheated him out of
The half of his due.











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OLD MOTHER GOOSE.

Then Jack went a courting
A Lady so gay,
AE fai r .. the LI ,
And s. eet a s thb Mla .

The Je..v and the rSclire
Can-,e :ehi rid hi back,
And began to beIla. b ur
The sides of poor Jack.

And then the c.Ld :
Was thrown into the sea,
When Jack jumped in,
And oot it back presently.

The Jew got the 8oose,
Which he vowed he would kill,
Resolving at once
His po.:lC. s to fill

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I LL take you a.,ay, .Athout reprie.e
A nd carry- yOY:u to m/ den 0'
He sized th e. .y the neck
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ONE, TWO, BUCKLE MY SHOE.

One, two, buckle my shoe.
.T e'- f' i.,r knock at th j :- '.r-
F ,e. ~, ..ck 'Ju st; :I. I
S er, e ..ht La', them S-tr lpht.
Nir-,e ten s (cod fPat hen.
ELeven,tweLve who -.. iL eeLv/e:
Thirteen,fourteen, n-, id 2 -court ,r'.
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MULTIPLICATION IS VEXATION.




































Multiplication is vexation,
Division is as bad;
The Rule of three doth puzzle me,
And Practice drives me mad,



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A diLLer, a dollar, a ten o'cLock scholar,
What makes you come so soon
You used to come at ten o'clock.
But now you come at noon

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THE FROG WHO WOULD A-WOOING GO.


















A Frog he would a-wooin 0go
Whether his mother would Let him or no,

So ofP he set with his opera hat,
And on the road he met with a rat




















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THE FROG WHO WOULD A-WrOOING GO.
















Pray,M-R,\at,will you come With me
Kind Md Mousey Por to see?"

When they came to the door of Mouseys hall,
They 3ave a Loud knock,and they gave a Loud call



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"Pray, M- Mouse, are you within ?"
Oh, yes, kind sirs,I'm sLttin-g to spin.'

Pray,M Fro.widl you give us a son_ ?"
"But le iLt e something_ that's noL very lon."

















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"Since you have cau 1he cold,Mr Fro' Mousey said,
I'LL sinS you a sonQ that have just madee.

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A cat and her kitlens came tum6 bin in .

















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The cat she seized the pat by the crown;
The kittens they puLLed the Litte mouse down.

This put M!' Fro. in a terrible Pright;
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But as Fr-.:. '. 'as crossn3 3'. er a br'ool,
A Liy-white duck came and Sobbled him up.

So there was an end of one, two, three,
Thke'at.the Mo'se,and the little Froc -ee
















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I HAD A LITTLE HUSBAND.

Shad a Little husband,no bi88er than my thumb;
I put him-in a pinEpot,and there I bid him drum,
I bought a Litkle horse,that galloped up and down;
I bridled him,and saddled him, and sern him ouL oFtown
I _ave him some _arters, to carter up his hose;
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I HAD A LITTLE DOLL.

I had a little doll,the prettiest ever seen,
She washed the dishes, she kept the house clean:
She went to the milL to Fetch me some Flour,
She brought it home in Less than an hour;
She baked me my bread, she brewed me my ale,
She sat by the Fire and told many a Fine tale.









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THE LITTLE BOY AND GIRL.

There was a LiLtte boy and a Littleirl
Lived in an alley;
Says the Little boy to the LittLe irl,
"ShaLL I, oh!shaLL 1 ?"

























Says the little _ir to the LiItle boy,
"What shall we do?"
Says the little boy to the Little ir.
"I will kissyou."


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THE SQUIRREL

The winds bhey did blow,
The Leaves they did waS,
Alor came a be, ar bc, .-
And. put me i r'his ba,
He took me up to London,
A Lad, did ie bu'.


















Put me in a sdiver ca e,
And hung. me up on high
With apples by the Pire,
And nuts Por to crack,
Besides a little Feather bed
To rest my .little back.














THE FAT MAN OF BOMBAY.



There .., s Fs t m-in of Boii'b ',
Ahc. .~-nolI e'h oe sunshinyday
Wh ----ttedsn pe
I Fle ,. av e '.%lh his p;pe
Whi ch vexed the Pat man oP Bombay.























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THE OLD MAN OF THE NILE.

There was an old man oP the Nile,
/ .WVo had a benevoLent smite.
-_ When they said
Smite again"
He replied
"I'm not vain"
Buti th;rk I know
how to smile."


























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LITTLE JESSIE




















Jessie is both young and Pair,
Dewy eyes and sunny hair;

Are not where her beauty lies,
Jessie is both Pond and true
Heart oP gold,and wilL o yew,
Will o yew, and heart oF old,
SiLLl her charms are scarceLy told.
IF she yet remain unsung,
Pretty, con stan t,docie,yo un,
What remains not here compiled
Jessie is a little child.


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LITTLE JOHNNY.


















Johnny shall have a new bonnet,
And Johnny shaLL 0o the Pair,
And Johnny shall have a blue iobon
To tie up his bonny brown hair.

And why may I not Love Johnny?
And why may not Johnny Love me ?
And why may I not Love Johnny,
As well as any body ?

And here's a leg For a stocking
And here is a le Tor a shoe
And he has a kiss For his daddy
And two For his mammy,I trow.

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MY LITTLE OLD MAN.
























My little old man
and I Fel out,
I'LL teLlyiou what
t'was all about.

I had money,and
he had none,
And t-hat's the way
the noise begun.


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THE OLD WOMAN OF LEEDS.




























There was an old woman
oP Leeds,
Who spent aLL her time in
-ood deeds;
She worked Por the poor
Till her PFners were sore
This pious old woran of Leeds.


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LITTLE FRED.
































When little Fred went to bed,
He always said his prayers}
He kissed Papa,and then Mamma,
And straghetway went up stairs.


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GREGORY GRIGGS

Greoory Grigs, Gre ory Griggs,
Had twenty-seven diPferent wigs,
He wore them up,and he wore them down,
To please, he people or Bostor, c. n
He ..ore thr- m eas.. 5nd he ,.ore t-lerr ..est.
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BESSY BELL AND IMARY GRAY.

Bessy Bell and Mary Gray.
They were Ewo bonny lassies;
They buitLa house upon the Lea,
And covered i wih rashes.

B .:. 1' ept tl-e ? rJ.I? te
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MY LITTLE HIGHLANDER.



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LITTLE JULIA AP-JONES,

LLttLe Julia Ap-Jones stood on the cold stones,
NLbbLLn_ a morsel oF cheese,
When a little Welsh rabbit
RirvninA by. tried torab it
Quite fotSettinS to sa/
IF vou please,





























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THE BUSY BEE.










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.W' re shall I fI n4 ood ho
s o.er street
Is te a treat,
W -n ,on eat
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SISSY, SISSY, COME AND DRINK.



S-ss,', x5ss,. come and drink
OP this .ter Fresh and clear
I am standinO on the brink /
OF a lake tht I e Found here

In it I can see the sl BLue as t Looks up on ht'h
We can bathe.drink or play
In thie ..'ater e.-er cid,

I.:,n see brds in Lt.too
'elloov,' bird-= lI,.e me and you
Ho.. dJd the, I.et t~ere I .v n r
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Ten LitUle Nr., went out to dine
One choed his LittLe seLF, and then there were Nine.











Nine Little Nijer Boys sat up very late
One overslept himselP,and then there were Eihht

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Ej'hr Little NJ er Bos rtra,ellin Ln D.-oan,
One said he'd stay there, and then there were Seven















/ Seven LLttle Njker- Boys chopping up Sticks
One chopped himselF in haLves,and then there were Six.


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TEN LITTLE NIGGERS.


















Sx LLttLe NL er Boys ptayino with a HLve;
A Bumble-Bee stun5 one, and then there were
Five.
















Five LLttle Niger Boys5oinr i Fn o Law;
One ot in Chancery,and then there were Four.



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A Red Herrin swaLLowed one, and then there
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Three LUtle Nier Boys walking in the Zoo
The big Bear hugged one, and then there were Two.


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TEN LITTLE NIGGERS.












Two Little Nger Boys sLttLn in the Sun;
One Sot FrizzLed,up, and then there was One.
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One L t-le NLS r" Bo, I'. r; a 5ll ione
'He ot married,and then there were None.

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THERE WAS A LITTLE MAN.
There was a LLttLe man,
And he had a LtLLUe un,
And his bullets were made of Lead Leadc, ead;
He went to the brook
And saw a little duck,
And he shoL it r-ht through the head,
head, head.
He carried it home
To his old wiFe Joan,
And bid her a Pire For to make, make, make,
To roast the Lttle duck
He had shot in the broo
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LITTLE FOUR YEARS OLD.
At dawn .i oF the morning
Sweet Four-years-old awakes,
And Prom his drowsveyelids
The downy slum br shal-e s

His soft hair all a vu.k.ble- '
About hts pretty -ead.
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An.d tk,-t runs oFF to play.
le m:e to be a ardner
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LITTLE FOUR YEARS OLD.
Anrd no,..t lam a carpenter
I hrrmer ein b nails;
Ou : oF rhts box I'm makhn
A ro.. .oF_arden pates.

Bu.t L his PanicY changes
i Thek h, -makers are near,
A..nd a Llttle driver
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And proudly now he marches .
Holding his whip,you see! i --
A sweeter LIttle plough boy
Than this, Ihere cannot be.

Thus bill the ev'ninn shado.. s
Close o'er the busy da\ .
He mimics many labours ~i
In ever charnjin p1',:,.


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