• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Front Cover
 Half Title
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Preface
 Table of Contents
 Mistress Mary
 Jack and Jill
 Twinkle, twinkle, little star
 Baa, baa, black sheep
 Dickory, dickory, dock
 Ding, dong, bell
 Pussy-cat, pussy-cat
 Nineteen birds
 The child and the star
 I had a little doggy
 Little Bo-Peep
 Dolly and her mamma
 Ride a cock-horse to Banbury...
 Little maid, pretty maid
 Whittington for ever
 Little Jack Horner
 Tom, the piper's son
 See-saw, Margery Daw
 A, B, C, tumble down D
 Goosey, goosey, gander
 Little jumping Joan
 There was a crooked man
 Poor dog Bright
 Humpty Dumpty
 Simple Simon
 Sing a song of sixpence
 The nurse's song
 Six little snails
 The king of France
 My lady wind
 The feast of lanterns
 Is John Smith within?
 When the snow is on the ground
 Three little mice
 Little Tommy Tucker
 The north wind doth blow
 The man in the moon
 Taffy was a Welshman
 Hey, diddle diddle
 I love little pussy
 The old man clothed in leather
 Curly locks
 The lazy cat
 Three children sliding
 The jolly tester
 Georgie Porgie
 The three crows
 A little cock-sparrow
 Maggie's pet
 The death and burial of Cock...
 Lullaby
 Mother Tabbyskins
 The spider and the fly
 The thievish mouse
 Back Cover
 Spine






Title: National nursery rhymes and nursery songs
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 Material Information
Title: National nursery rhymes and nursery songs
Uniform Title: Mother Goose
Physical Description: 1 score (12, 111, 1 p.) : ill. ; 27 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Elliott, J. W ( James William ), 1833-1915 ( Author, Primary )
Fraser, Francis Arthur ( Illustrator )
Green, Charles, 1840-1898 ( Illustrator )
Griset, Ernest Henry, 1844-1907 ( Illustrator )
Houghton, Arthur Boyd, 1836-1875 ( Illustrator )
Hughes, Arthur, 1832-1915 ( Illustrator )
Mahoney, J ( James ), 1816-1879 ( Illustrator )
Marks, Henry Stacy, 1829-1898 ( Illustrator )
Pinwell, George John, 1842-1875 ( Illustrator )
Small, William, 1843-1929 ( Illustrator )
Zwecker, Johann Baptist, 1814-1876 ( Illustrator )
Dalziel Brothers ( Engraver )
Novello & Co ( Publisher )
H. W. Gray Co ( Publisher )
Publisher: Novello and Company, Limited
H.W. Gray Co.
Place of Publication: London
New York
Publication Date: c1898
 Subjects
Subject: Children's songs   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1898   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1898
Genre: Nursery rhymes   ( rbgenr )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: set to original music by J.W. Elliott ; with illustrations engraved by the Brothers Dalziel.
General Note: For voice and piano.
General Note: Undated. Novello became a limited liability company in 1898, cf. P.A.H. Brown London publishers and printers p. 140.
General Note: Illustrations are engraved after F.A. Fraser, W. Small, Ernest Griset, Thomas, Edward and E.G. Dalziel, J.B. Zwecker, E.G. Dalziel, J. Mahoney, C. Green, A.B. Houghton, H.S. Marks, G.J. Pinwell, Arthur Hughes and others.
General Note: Printer's insignia on t.p. verso and last page: Novello and Co. Ltd.
Funding: Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
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Bibliographic ID: UF00065516
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 - 002219752
notis - ALF9938
oclc - 71124005

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover 1
        Front Cover 2
    Half Title
        Page i
    Frontispiece
        Page ii
    Title Page
        Page iii
        Page iv
    Preface
        Page v
        Page vi
    Table of Contents
        Page vii
        Page viii
        Page ix
    Mistress Mary
        Page 1
    Jack and Jill
        Page 2
        Page 3
    Twinkle, twinkle, little star
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Baa, baa, black sheep
        Page 6
    Dickory, dickory, dock
        Page 7
    Ding, dong, bell
        Page 8
    Pussy-cat, pussy-cat
        Page 9
    Nineteen birds
        Page 10
    The child and the star
        Page 11
    I had a little doggy
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Little Bo-Peep
        Page 14
        Page 15
    Dolly and her mamma
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross
        Page 18
    Little maid, pretty maid
        Page 19
    Whittington for ever
        Page 20
        Page 21
    Little Jack Horner
        Page 22
    Tom, the piper's son
        Page 23
    See-saw, Margery Daw
        Page 24
    A, B, C, tumble down D
        Page 25
    Goosey, goosey, gander
        Page 26
    Little jumping Joan
        Page 27
    There was a crooked man
        Page 28
    Poor dog Bright
        Page 29
    Humpty Dumpty
        Page 30
    Simple Simon
        Page 31
    Sing a song of sixpence
        Page 32
        Page 33
    The nurse's song
        Page 34
        Page 35
    Six little snails
        Page 36
    The king of France
        Page 37
    My lady wind
        Page 38
        Page 39
    The feast of lanterns
        Page 40
    Is John Smith within?
        Page 41
    When the snow is on the ground
        Page 42
        Page 43
    Three little mice
        Page 44
        Page 45
    Little Tommy Tucker
        Page 46
    The north wind doth blow
        Page 47
    The man in the moon
        Page 48
    Taffy was a Welshman
        Page 49
    Hey, diddle diddle
        Page 50
    I love little pussy
        Page 51
    The old man clothed in leather
        Page 52
        Page 53
    Curly locks
        Page 54
    The lazy cat
        Page 55
    Three children sliding
        Page 56
        Page 57
    The jolly tester
        Page 58
        Page 59
        Page 60
    Georgie Porgie
        Page 61
    The three crows
        Page 62
        Page 63
    A little cock-sparrow
        Page 64
        Page 65
    Maggie's pet
        Page 66
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
        Page 70
    The death and burial of Cock Robin
        Page 71
        Page 72
        Page 73
        Page 74
        Page 75
    Lullaby
        Page 76
        Page 77
        Page 78
        Page 79
    Mother Tabbyskins
        Page 80
        Page 81
        Page 82
        Page 83
        Page 84
        Page 85
        Page 86
        Page 87
        Page 88
        Page 89
    The spider and the fly
        Page 90
        Page 91
        Page 92
        Page 93
        Page 94
        Page 95
        Page 96
        Page 97
        Page 98
        Page 99
        Page 100
        Page 101
        Page 102
        Page 103
    The thievish mouse
        Page 104
        Page 105
        Page 106
        Page 107
        Page 108
        Page 109
        Page 110
        Page 111
        Page 112
    Back Cover
        Back Cover 1
        Back Cover 2
    Spine
        Spine
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NATIONAL


NURSERY


RHYMES,







NATIONAL


NURSERY


RHYMES


AND


NURSERY SONGS


Set to (Driginal Zhusic
BY

J. W. ELLIOTT.


WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, ENGRAVED BY THE BROTHERS DALZIEL


LONDON: NOVELLO AND COMPANY, LIMITED.
NEW YORK : THE H. W. GRAY CO., SOLE AGENTS FOR THE U.S.A.






















PREFACE.


T HE present volume is intended as a contribution to what may
be justly considered a not unimportant department of our
national song literature the Nursery Rhymes namely, which seem
appointed, by tacit and universal consent, to be "said or sung," and
to be listened to, with unwearied interest and appreciation, in those
great National Institutions the British Nursery and Home School-
room. To all who are interested in the selection of books for children
the book is now offered by the Publishers, with the hope that it may gain
general and extended approbation. Especial pains have been taken to
secure the suffrage of that still larger public, in petticoats and knicker-
bockers, whom a genial English writer of the last century, who loved
children, and spoke and wrote of them with infinite tenderness and
affection, describes as masters in all the learning on the other side of
eight years old."
If it be true-as asserted by one of the greatest of Englisn critics
and authors-that Sir Roger de Coverley and Mr. Spectator are more
real than nine-tenths of the heroes of the last century, and that almost
the only autobiography to be received entirely without distrust and
disbelief is that of one ROBINSON CRUSOE, Mariner, of York-then
surely those important personages, JACK and JILL, HUMPTY DUMPTY,








PREFACE.


and my LADY WIND, are real and distinct entities in the mind of

every little child whose nursery education has not been entirely and

unwarrantably neglected; and therefore it has seemed good to the

Publishers to present to the children of the present day the adventures

of those heroes, embellished with whatever pictorial illustration, careful

selection, musical accompaniment, and the advantages of artistic typo-

graphy and detail can contribute, to render them more acceptable to

all English children.

In the arrangement of the musical portion of the volume, especial

care has been taken by MR. ELLIOTT to keep the songs strictly within

the capacity of children's execution, and the compass of children's voices.

In his own family he has found a young jury ready to test the various

tunes, and has composed only such melodies as were likely to meet with

prompt acceptance, and be easily remembered.

The pictorial illustrations of the book have been designed under

the superintendence of, and engraved by, the BROTHERS DALZIEL.
Among the old favourites a few new aspirants to popularity

will be found; but it is hoped that their presence will be considered

an additional attraction. and in no way lessen the pretensions of the
present volume to be considered a compendium of National Nursery

Rhymes.

























CONTENTS.


SUBJECT.
Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary
Jack and Jill .
Twinkle, twinkle, little Star.
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
Dickory, Dickory, Dock
Ding, Dong, Bell .
Pussy-Cat, where have you been ?
Nineteen Birds *
The Child and the Star *
I had a little Doggy *
Little Bo-Peep
Dolly and her _. ,.") *.,
Ride a Cock-Horse to Banbury Cross
Little Maid, pretty Maid .
Whittington for ever! .
Little Jack Horner .
Tom, the Piper's Son
See-Saw, Margery Daw
A B C, tumble down D
Goosey Goosey Gander
Little Jumping Yoan .
There was a Crooked Man
Poor Dog Bright.
Humpty Dumpty .
Simple Simon .
Sing a Song of Sixpence .
The Nurse's Song
Six little Snails .. .


ILLUSTRATED BY
F. A. FRASER
Fs WALKER
F. A. FRASER
W. SMALL
E. GRISET
T. DALZIEL
H. FRENCH
J. B. ZWECKER
T. DALZIEL.
H. FRENCH
W. SMALL
T. DALZIEL
W. J. WIEGAND
E. G. DALZIEL
J. MAHONEY
C. GREEN
A. B. HOUGHTON
T. DALZIEL
E. GRISET
E. GRISET
E. G. DALZIEL
W. J. WIEGAND
J. B. ZWECKER .
H. S. MARKS .
G. J. PINWELL
Fs" WALKER
F. A. FRASER
E. GRISET


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CONTENTS.


SUBJECT.
The King of France .
My Lady Wind .
The Feast of Lanterns.
Is John Smith within ?
When the Snow is on the Ground
Three little Mice* .
Little Tommy Tucker .
The North Wind doth blow
The Man in the Moon .
Taffy was a Welshman .
Hey diddle diddle .
I love little Pussy .
The Old Man clothed in Leather
Curly Locks .
The Lazy Cat* .
Three Children sliding
The 5olly Tester .
Georgie Porgie. ..
The Three Crows .
A little Cock Sparrow
Maggie's Pet* .
The Death and Burial of Cock Robin
Lullaby .
Mother Tabbyskins .
The Spider and the Fly
The Thievish Mouse *


ILLUSTRATED BY
E. GRISET
A. HUGHES
E. GRISET .
J. MAHONEY
T. DALZIEL.
J. B. ZWECKER
A. HUGHES .
E. G. DALZIEL
W. J. WIEGAND
H. S. MARKS .
J. B. ZWECKER
H. FRENCH
H. S. MARKS
E. DALZIEL
E. G. DALZIEL
Fs- WALKER .
W. J. WIEGAND
T. DALZIEL
J. B. ZWECKER
E. G. DALZIEL
F. A. FRASER
J. B. ZWECKER
E. GRISET .
J. B. ZWECKER
E. GRISET .
J. B. ZWECKER


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* Words by M. L. ELLIOTT.


THE ILLUSTRATIONS ENGRAVED BY THE BROTHERS DALZIEL.




















NATIONAL NURSERY


RHYMES,

































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are! Up a above the world so high, Like a dia-mond in the sky.



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on, Then you show your lit tle light, Twin-kle, twin-kle, all the night.
spark: How could he see where to go, If you did not twin-kle so?






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In the dark blue sky you keep, Of ten through my cur tains
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peep, For you ne ver shut your eye, Till the sun is in the sky.
dark, Though I know not what you are, Twin-kle, twin-kle, lit tle star.
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One for my Master, One for my Dame, But none for the little boy Who cries in the lane.


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Pussy-cat, pussy-cat,w here have you been? I'vebeen to London to visittheQueen.




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You have made up twenty-three.

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Add three more for twenty-six.
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Now you've got to twenty-nine.

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Add one more and Thirty make


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3. Little Child! at you I peep
While you lie so fast asleep;
But when morn begins to break,
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Living with me in the sky;
And a loving Father, too,
Who commands what I'm to do.


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you can run and play,We'll have a scamper in the fields, and see them making hay.
play up-on the grass, You must not e-ven wag your tail to scare them as you pass.


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But I mean to try and grow All Mam ma can wish, you





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know; Ne ver in to pas -sions fly. Or, when thwarted, sulk and


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IF -J |s < -> fz




lento. rit. ad ib.


see; For some-times I'm naughty, too, Dol ly, dear, as well as you.
cry. So, my Dol ly, you must be Good and gen-tle, just like me.
"" lento __


pp e so. colla voce.- -
^ 'r ? r^ i F a i f


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$iprk a (fcrh-b st Iasuryg Gross.

_- Allegretto con spmrlto. cre s.


Ride a Cock-horse to Ban-bu-ry Cross, To see a fine la- dy up on a white horse,


.... .. . res.
3 _i- F 0 .






WBngs on her fingers, and bells on her toes, She shallhave mu-sic where e ver she goes.


DO r'-7& --, C__ I____ .


.---* ".----- I -IJ*


( 1f )






































Little maib, prttL maaib.
Andante quasi allegretto.
S Hp sostenuto. -Z


I)


---6 -. op I !h I -T--.- -


pre-ty dW hergoeshou ?Down he eow o ml y cow.
'Lit-tle maid, pret-tymaid,Whithergoestthon?''Downin the meadow to milk my cow.'


L


A Mfl Im -ii-F



L I .


--* A ..
-- -- -in. -;s. -- f In-.


'ohall I go with thee?' 'No, not now; WhenI sendfor thee, then come thou.'
--.. .- -- ."


]0 ~ ~ ~~ ----------t. -
teit. Id. ores. ..... ten.- -


F I


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oM ntti ntnniox bfar a.
Time well marked. ---



Whit ting- ton for e ver, Hur rah Hur rah Hur rah !


----- I I I-
m20en.



4 20











WHITTINGTON FOR EVER.


Lord Mayor of Lon don, ur rah! -
Lord Mayor of Lon don, Hur rah! Hur- rah! Hur rali


Hur -


W -U
_ _---- -- _If


- rah! Hur-rah Hur rah! Hur rah! Hur rah! Hur rah! Hur -


I-'-


>


4~4~ z4~


1 F


II-'


a temp,.


rah Hur rah Hur rah! Hur-rah Hur- rah Hur rah!


t)


crews. < .1"


C W 4 w U S w w


stacc.


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_0p- 0*- oil- -pa-


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Y-I---J----- 11


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Allegretto con moto.



Little Jack Hor-ner Sat in a cor ner, Eating a Christ-mas pie He





I l j g i i 1 i Ig"

8ves.
rint. ad lib.


I( A fn'P- In do J J -- -- -- a,- do v L o


put in histhumb, Andpull'douta plum, And said, "What a good boy am I!"


r4 I I if II- j
- - -- .^ I ^ ^ -Id ~~


-t


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&























vLam, th Vifr's "un.
Allehretto e marcato.

Tom, Tom, the pi per's son, Stole a pig, and a way he run The

- -t----- -- *---- -
f~% f -
B) 4O.


. f -. -, I -' I *a I ^ N 1 = : -
.. ,., ,-,, a .. '- ..,a -+ IP


pig was eat, And Tom was beat, Which sent him howling down the street.


Pi -- --- -4
- -- -- ; --- ^ ,s -g -- < *. ^-* '_ -g a -
.. ll. x F - _. __ -- __,,___

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I


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Ste-saio, Sargqru gato.
Allegretto.



See saw, Mar-ge ry Daw, Jack shall have a new mas ter,




_il


ores. e ritard.


He shall have but a pen-ny a day, Be-cause he wont work a-ny fast er.


,- I* J. -
_I j c .. : ia. r- II.: -i- -

cres. e ritard.
I r s i I* I I & I


( 24)


U~Tz~ '7 I ~ 1-il


































\


A, B, C, tum-ble down D, The cat's in the cupboard and can't see me.






li o N


Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Novello. 4


( 25 )


A, 19, tumbl tr tona V.
























(6rasty, guesty gnter.
._Aludante cul 'Inotu.


Goo sey, goo sey gan der, Whi their shall I wan der ?








S 0O ores. res.

UP, ____ MSOMOINEI


Up stairs and down stairs, And in my la-dy's chamber; There I met an old man, Who



) poco cres.'





)---k.i- I" q = I "

would not say his prayers; I took him by the left leg, And threw him down the stairs.




f^^^=^^^=s-----------------f-- ^ =
~~~~2 1- 1




















ilfoderato con ?floto.


dim.


Here am 1, lit tie jump ing Joan; W\hen
I I 'JOE
^ ^ C L L I J3 *


no bo dy's with me, I'm al ways a lone.



1--- r ---- .f r
*V


l


ithrt jumping &aln.








U-


A toasega GA modern an.
Allegrecto moderato.


There was a crook-ed man, and he went a crook-ed mile, He




,-, -- *T q -r-fa. I '- iF --- -m. -.-\


~. ~-
"res.


*, -- > dim.


I N____ _____ O.- -- ->1 = t 'I


caught a crooked mouse, And they all liv'd to gether in a crooked lit-tle house.


S--- *-- ii _
fr di.- s

I^^ ^ I g-.7-J-1g -g -g


I1 1 -- -


I


II


IJ


-7'---


r


or


, i. '. -- -


.+ .. .. ++. + .. .. --...+-































Allegretto moderato.


Poor Dg Brgt, Ran off ith all his might Be -
Poor DoCat Bright, Ran off with all his might, Be -





,.. "III 1"





cause the Cat was af ter him, Poor Dog Bright.
cause the Dog was af ter her, Poor Cat Fright.
caue te Dg ws tr hr PFi





(291


1-" ^ >


> ;> It


pear gajg fig4t.




















A lleyretto.


11ump ty Dump ty, sat on a wall, Hump ty Dump ty

-loo


_ i *: W I *




had a great tall : All the king's horu, and all the king's men,


h--) i, do
"-" ~ ~-"I




Could-n't put H-lump ty Dump ty to ge other a gain.


p ten. ten. jfe I = -fp
Ar, '* O"


i


Xumpty gump ty,









'I

I ~ -


Allegro moderato.

f I P

1. Sim pie Si mon met a pie-man Go ing to tlie fair; Says
2. Says the man to Sim pie Si-mon, "Do you mean to pay?' Says



<7 f .ten. f









Sim pie Si mon to the pie man, Let me taste your ware."
Si mon, "Yes, of course I do," And then he ran a way!






aI I


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(31)


W


































, a -- noU f ...ix m ,.


, Allegretto.


Sing a Song of Six- pence, A pock et full of Rye;


4m -9 -R -


Four-and-twen-ty Blackbirds Bak'd in a Pie. Whenthe Pie was -pen'd, The

-- -0 U
Four-and-twen -ty Blackbirds Bak'd in a Pie. When the Pie was o-pen'd, The


-t


)










SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE.



Birds be-gan to sing; Was-n't that a dain-ty dish To set be-fore a King?




*p*



SECOND VERSE.


The King was in the count-ing-house, Oount-ing out his mo-ney; The
Stein.



'---I t -r







Queen \was in the Parlour, Eat-ing bread and ho-ney ; Themaid was in the gar-den,

iV~jE ^ tl^ --f fr^






J/ rallentando.


Hanging out the clothes; There came a lit-tleDick-)' Bird, And popped up-on her nose!
..!! ten. ,.
, a , a ---, a # i --- t=


Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Novello. 5 ( 33 )


O rI i | r' II I I

t) rallentando.
Ir- I! -a-
____ :s- g -e- _____ -tg -t -10-__ -- s






















*, Allegretto moderato.

1. Dance a ba by, did dy; What can Mammy do wid 'e? .
2. Smile, my ba by bon ny; What will time bring on 'e? .
2 -t i I I ,^ F ,i I I' M
-,-..:_...- *1 .


cres.

Sit in a lap, Give it some pap, And dance a ba by did dy. .
Sor-row and care, Frowns and grey hair; So smile, my ba by bon ny. .

I* I-


(34 )


I












THE NURSE'S SONGr.
THIRD VERSE.


FouRTH VERSE.


























--- .... "- 0
:! ^ ^3^ ":.:. :., .- _
-. ':L - _r, .^ ..^ -


Sif Witl Snails.
S Allegretto e marcato.


Six lit tie Snails Liv'd in a tree,



(gj=--g ^ f I ""*7=7=3j


John ny threw a big stone, Down came three.





(- -3 )


(36 )


" *,- r L" K .-
S '.* <--%. -. .-'.. "

t. _-"C.. \ ^A b! ,-


'(attsmaiAOTi'HBfltim'n'H


\.


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Allegretto moderato.


~&1I~ Lit c~ha1tc~


With decision.


The King of France, and four thou sand

f > 7 >


men, Drew their swords, and put them up a gain.



I (
:l, -7 -p



( 37)










































Moderato e marcato.
fn


4 P -i- I r- P I o r a


1. My la dy wind, my la dy wind, Went round a-bout the house to find A
2. And then one night,when it was dark, She blew up such a ti ny spark That




Stremnolo.


=: -- -
^ -, -


chink to get her foot in, her foot in; She tried the key-hole in the door, She
all the house was pother'd, was po ther'd: From it she rais'dup such a flame, As




-- > ~ sostenuto.





38 )


411n- ^- -I .- -6d--------, -" -- ".,-- -j ,j-I









MY LADY WIND.


-d


tried the cre-vice in the floor, And drove the chim-ney soot in, the soot in.
flam'd a-way to Belt-ing Lane,AndWhite Cross folks were smother'd,were smo ther'd.


--gg g I^B-------------
I -fI "i -, ^_


Ores. r i r i


THIRD VERSE.
-' '"f I~n:===


And thus when once, my lit tle dears,


A whis-per reach es itch ing ears, The

I------- -----


1' 0


dim. -


ores.


same will come,you'll find, you'll find; Take my ad-vice, restrain the tongue, Re -


U" V -i^


sostenuto.


lly-L.


S ad lib. >


0 -


- mem-ber what old Nurse has sung Of bu sy la dy wind, la dy


fj ~L


colla voce.
-ft- .-


(39 )


tj


I


t)


tremolo.


-7


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ores.
C-'>


wind. .


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W I W


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Od Ifast of pants.
Allegretto e marcato.


Thing a ring a ring thing, Feast of Lan terns,



f. Jz J

-0h-4-js -c-1> ---, ----- ---- ---- --------- -

P_ 1_ j, IO tT

What a lot of chop-sticks, bombs and gongs; Four-and-twen ty thou- sand



kip- .





crink-um-crank-ums, All a mong the bells and the ding dogs.

*------*---- -----

d" .


(40)


<





























--,._ --- -^
2 -&ONVk


Is &411i jnmitlj toifllin ?
Andante con motu.


Time well marked. In


Is John Smith within ?-Yes,that he is. Can he set a shoe?- Ay, mar-ry, t o,




' -I 4. '" d p w



p e scherzo.

:j;7j.


Here a nail, there a nail, Tick tack, too, Here a nail, there a nail, Tick, tack, too.


r) -~ *__
tel. f e lt.
Se scherzo.
i -- ^ ---- e ---- I _-- -- 1_ ------ ----- 1 ^ ,_i


( .11)


Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Novello. 6

























"~ L&-~-..

AN~i~~


Uf~ib tt sIioto is oil tljr gmnt).
Andante non troppo.


When the snow is on the ground, Lit tie




p b o----- ri-------b-





Ro bin led breast grieves; For no her ries can be

f^-^^^~~~9 1 1=a = ~^ _J_
F gi p__~ j L L.^ .


I







WHEN THE SNOW IS ON THE GROUND.
po0o ores.


the trees there are


no leaves. The


oco cres.
poco ores.


ApA


dinl. acres.


can be done? We'll strew him here some crumbs of bread, And
.- 1 ,--


S- -- -,-0- 1 1


S res.
*0


0


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he'll live till the snow


is gone.


V go -1, 79- -


( 43 )


Sound,


And on


I


i


then


Li-


f)


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EZir^e little mite.
Allegretto scherzando. ores.



Three lit-tle micecrept out to see What they could find to have for tea (For






- 12 \ I I--
W, r'


they were dain ty, sau cy mice, And lik'd to nib- ble somethingnice), But


Scres.
Ip


* |

(44)


I I I W La 1 6 r


I


U,-







THREE LITTLE MICE.
Sa tempo. f =
-1 ... -

Pussy's eyes, so big and bright, Soon sentthem scampering off in a fright. i



fz p Oco rit. a tempo.' crews. fz

I


- SECOND VERSE. r''s.


Three Tabby Cats went forth to mouse, And said," Let's have a gay carouse." Fur

11 !I If I^ l I ^ ILJ T


-u _- --_ -. r __ .' '




Slower.
I di do E

they were handsome, ac tive cats, And famed For catching mice and rats. But

I. -e ~ --
e. I rr
. I. 1-




a tempo. S =.

.J- -. v s> --- v
savage dogs, disposed to bite. These cats declined to encounter in fight. '-

-11W-
p- 1 I- -"1 ,e


fz p poco rit. tempo. eres. S
S ._ __-
I (, I .I. .I --


(45)


4























S

4


, Allegretto.


)ittle Emm fuher.


Lit tie Tom my Tuck er, Sing for your sup per.

11F% A I


4d
What shall he sing for? White bread and but- ter. How can he cut itWith -


__e staccato.




- out a ny knife? How can he mar ry With out a ny wife ?


.f .-


(46)


I6 1 ,




























Andante espressivo.
hl S S e l

The North wind doth blow, And we shall have snow, And
( n:_B .__ > __ C -_-------- -- 1 --
SJ o s *
P sos. acres. m

?^ -7--g-I g '^ ^ '' g ---


dim. acres.


What will poor Ro bin do then ? He'll sit in the barn, And



din. p acres.



dim.
PP -


t;keep him -serilf warm, And tuck his head un der his wing. Poor thing]


W "- "I !*, 171 1 -F-jf4


-i IAP
,>" -- '; -- { . _'__ C4


( 47 )









































Moderato.


The Man in the Moon Came down too soon, And asked his way to



f e imareto. *

.p t ^ | -. .
tv


i^ -far-^t^ ^-g-^-^-^= pr J,


Nor-wich; He went by the south, And burnt his mouth With eat-ing cold plum-porridge.


" # "_ -- -*- 4--


4-
* 4-4- -~-
-~-


( 48)


I-









-, ~II


9affQ tnas a 'dcIdIjman.
Allegretto.

__ __ .- i ,
Taf fy was a Welsh- man, Taf fy was a thief,



Mp t f. ten.
_- ?-4


SECOND VERSE.



Taf- fy came to my house, And stole a piece of beef. Then I went to his house,
il




s r- W M 10 f




Tat- fy was from home, I returned the fa- vo, And stole a mar row bone.







Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Novello. 7 )









-- --- --:------+- -u--. .. ~ ~~.. ''. ;,, - -<-,:<
: -- --:=: -- I] C '. ... L-.

I.~--- ..-- u--:, ," : ', .
r -- -----uo-.- -- .. -.-- --' -," --_--
I "- - -:= --- : 2-: -


_r -.-_i-- -- _-=- A_ + :- ....


~~Z~iY-'


-, Allegro.


Hey, diddle, diddle, The cat and the fiddle,The cowjump'd o-ver the moon; The











lit-tle dog laughed To see such sport, And the dish ran af ter the spoon.



(--I ------ I- -



(50


*


? afl
-7 fe


;'"l Lg - ,--,,


meg, bittl bibbtr





























Andante non troppo.
With tenderness.


3 b little Vas.


)

S love lit tie Pus sy, her coat is so warm, And

I ,,I- -L - -- "1 .


I .. 7L j -

if I don't hurt her, she'll do me no harm. I'll sit by the fire and
-- -- ten.__


-0- -0- dm *



ten.
acres. dim. e ritard.


give her some food, And Pus- sy will love me, be cause I am good.



I -I II




S51


I-'

















Eje @lb gglan ElUthth in ratljr.
Moderato.
I a W I
One mist y, moist y morn ing, When cloud y was the

mf I ,,


wea other, 0 there I met an old man cloth-ed all in lea other,

- I




Cloth-ed all in lea their, With cap un-der his chin, 0 how d'ye do ? and


fj-=
Smp mf


M vr, r-- r 1 1 ORi I L' I i


52 )


I


1.


I I I










THE OLD MAN CLOTHED IN LEATHER.


mf SECOND VERSE.


-


L/ how d'ye do? And how d'ye do, a gain?


I shook his hand at


v f
~-.7r- -- I -- -9-
r- nf . 1
-_- _


Lc -. c


I-


part ing, Tho' cloud y was the wea their, This im be-cile old par ty,"
C n ___*__ __._ __ __ __


L


nf ==-


chin: 0 fare -thee-well, and fare-thee-well, And fare thee-well a gain.
~ ~~~ fc m n.,. .|iu^X, I *


t) -E-
mf


-'9-. -~-


( 53 )


I-


.. i- i- 0


I


*-^


0 We Loo*-i -- ^ __.-- ~ ^ ^ ^


v


; ; -P*-


^_--^

























(Eurly KI thsI


Cur ly locks! cur ly locks! wilt thou be mine? Thou


) e sostenu.-o.
e sostenuto.

*- *1--


C)T S.


13


I P- 12 jI ;-I e -0 T ; ;,
Sshalt not wash dish-es nor yet feed the swine; But sit on a cushion, and

.- -- i ., o "

T-.- t : ' *~ i,- -f

i 4 ._ ._ -. .


V'- : I .;


sew a fine seam, And feast up on straw-ber-ries, su gar, and cream.


-res I I .
I .,: *-f -. 11" o


(


S54 )


ti lh I I I I NP I IF w


f I


J n/7/n^


0_


































t $ag tat.
. Allegretto.


Pus-sy, where have you been to day? In the meadows a-sleep in the hay.


0- 4 --4
mp
III


cres.

Pus sy, you are a la zy Cat, If you have done no more than that.



'i I
,,- _-.._. -- \ r_ _l


( 55 i





































Andante quasi allegretto.
:_' 2" fc r | S I -h --- I
.. ..- .. .
Three chil-dren sli ding on the ice, All on a sum-mer's




\ f 1.,. L H.


______________________


-PC rit.


day, As it fell out they all fell in, The rest they ran a way.


J p00 rit.
.- 7 t -
FE P 1


( B6)
May be rnng as a Four-part Song









THREE CHILDREN SLIDING.
SECOND VERSE.
- mf
^~~~~~~~~~: I s 1I.^N-nSI^J ^.!


Y I = N O J I 5---
Now had these chil dren been at home, Or slid ing on dry




) ^ .a R.H. L.H.



r n tpoco rit.



ground, Ten thousand pounds to one pen-ny They had not all been drowned.



H- ", i'? "- ^ T T I H

J "- o poco rit.



THIRD VERSE.

r, --I r%, . .--

You pa rents all that chil-dren have, And you, too, that have



< / "-t -,'-
I. R.H L H.



poco rt.


none, If you would have them safe abroad, Pray keep them safe at home.




I t.
r- IS-n


(la ,F!M i!I I- i- i !r _


~-


Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Novello. 8


( 57 )


v



































Andante con moto.


Oh, my lit tie six pence, my pret- ty lit tle six pence,
i .---












I love six-pence bet-ter than my life; I spent a pen ny of it, I

I *





-( )


('Up|n!4] O csta-.





( 59 )


THE JOLLY TESTER.
ores.


lent an o their, And I took four-pence home to my wife.




1jo. IN cres.I



SECOND AND THIRD VERSES.



Oh my lit tle four pence, my pret ty lit tie four pence,
Oh my lit tle two pence, my pret ty lit tle two pence,



mp -




_ __ J___ 1 -------


I love fourpence bet-ter than my life; I spent a pen ny of it, I
I love twopence bet-ter than my life; I spent a pen ny of it, I











lent an o their, And I took two-pence home to my wife.
lent an o their, And I took no thing home to my wife


S rs- I -cres.
len an: ot) tcr And i
leta) hr nd I to o-tin oet ywf


* ^ ..^









THE JOLLY TESTER.
FOURTH VERSE.
mf -



Oh, my lit tle no thing, my pret ty lit tle no thing:

1 *











ores .
What will no thing buy for my wife? I have no thing,











A,* fz molto ritard.


I spend no -thing, I love no-thing bet ter than my wife.



g --: 7Imoto ritar I.


( 60 )








































Allegretto moderato.


Q~eur~it Vo~iie*


SI dim.

*I
When the girls came out to play, Geor gie Por gie ran a way.



.im diFm.



(61)


































*-, \\"-I ,i I' i ,,--,. ,.. ...
*.; '. <&_J~u< ,u ,., ,':r 'i w i-U
*" "- -.i ^ .-'i .,,


Allegretto.
i- SOLo. (ad lib.) CHOnos.



Three Crows there were once who sat on a stone, Fal




p e stacc. f
m I .




-- SOLO.



la la la la la. But two flew a way, and


~- ~


( 62 )


4t'








THE THREE CROWS.
CHORUS. SOLO.


I ~


then there was one. Fal la Ia la ]a la. The

1 0i ..., J" I P F0 ,! I l 4 g ",
S -5- -i P"

fm





i ffm!


0o-ther Crow felt so ti mid a-lone, Fal la la Ia la la, ... That


i ,* *" .
_stace_.




, CHORUS.



he flew a way, and then there was none. Fal la Ia la la la. .





-- ~ I--- *, -I

1~-- -4- -4- -4- -J-- -J-


( 63 )


I- Lu -- M ---------- l -- ^------------_ -- ^ --- w x -

























Allegretto scherzmiilo.
I r mf _/


A lit tle cock spar-row sat




mp

I g i ^ -------"M*-P f


I-.- -


un .1greentree, And he chirrup'd and chirrup'd, so


- -, R i il-' -


I ,.


( 64 )


-t I I f m


I -


--t bw I









A LITTLE COCK SPARROW.


a tempo lno. fz dim.



" small bow and arrow, De ter min'd to shoot this lit-tie cock spar-row.


-L d .., / J' -, .
mf *J din. 0




SECOND VERSi.



This lit-tle cock sparrow shall make me a stew," Said this naughty boy," Yes, and a









poco lento. l emIpo IOno.



lit-tie pie, too." "Oh! no," said the sparrow, "I won't make a stew," So he




ld fZ ?V a tempo




-w af ce1'.-==c2I fz nip

10
flutter'd his wings and a way he flew. moto
~~" Ccon Moto. "


9-.-t. i .- --. I H

,iccel.- fz 'I' f 9'e -




Elliott-National Nmisery Rhymes.--Novello. 9 ( 65 )














































A Andante. _ew -c-r-----


1. Sweet Mag gie had a lit tle bird, And "Gol die" was his
2. A lump of su gar sweet and white.Would Mag gie give her


S - -3 ---- ----- -- J --


_r S I ra ---., I =Zi,


( 66 )


(
^







MAGGIE'S PET.
ores.

name, And on her hand he used to sit, He was so ve ry
Dick, And then she'd watch how ea ger ly He'd fly to it and

I II L
.. .. -T






dim. poco cres.

tame. Her ro sy lips he'd of ten peck, Which meant a lov ing
peck: And such a mer ry song he'd sing, To thank her for the


-- pro
dim. e sos. poc cres.





S cres. dim. e pco rit.

kiss. Oh! would not you de light to have A pret ty birdlike this.
treat, For lit tie birds (like lit tle girls) Love something nice to eat.
I_2 _! !.t ;"'D : : = -i


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1J^ -^ r l^ _*[J lr L ^i


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I







MAGGIE'S PET.


t)


A ]as! one day a


hun gry cat, With ve ry spite ful


Smp e -
j I a~;~


ces.


Be held poor"Gol-die's" o pen cage, Oh! what a glad sur -

7 ^-


*i -C-- --X- -C--.


was. ~ ZZZI~


'I


C CS.


- prise! So mew ing loud with cru el glee, She spread her wick ed
ai.


nIf/SOS.


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THIRD VERSE.


acres.


teyes.
eyes.
fl


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lzz '00 1


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FOURTH VERSE.
m49


MAGGIE'S PET.


died; One lit tle gold en fea their, soft,, I know she trea-sures


-I


- -E- -
poco eres.


tflf
CL~ -~_


dim. e rit.
hM ^ ^I^


yet, 'Twas all the cru el, spite- ful cat, Did leave of Maggie's pet.


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frI 77 -fT dim. e rit. P
.- J -.- .--


S-I


(69 )


poco acres.


0 / -


n~f


7-


I





























































THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.








THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.









dnte aon aio ounrial of 0ach nbin.
indante con mnoto.


piu,, cr>. ritard.


"I," said the Fly; "With my lit tle eye


t) -a -


p() cres.


I saw him die."


2- '
4 -


con moto.
A of ,im,


Who caught his blood? "I," said the Fish; "With my lit tle dish


dim.


(71 )


f


I


J


If


I O 6---







THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.


n3p marGatUo.


torch." Who'll be the clerk ?


"I," said the Lark,


t)


'p
J


(72 )


I









THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.

















Who'll dig his grave? I," said the Owl; With my spade and show



S-- --------


,res. 1d I J I I I





I'll dig his grave." Who'll be the Par son ?
,I I i ,"



-~ ----------- "----23"



trem. 00
- cres. d- dim.


"I," said the Rook; "With my lit tle book I'll be the Par son.


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Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Novello. 10 ( 73 )








THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.


With tenderness. > -- ^_ > poco ores.-



Who'll be chief mourn-er? I," said the Dove; "I mourn for my love,



-4
"o....... oco ores. -



S I


.r.m res _"

I'll be chief mourn-er." Who'll sing his dirge? "I," said the







{i= 1 '~ 4-==F






Thrush; "As I sing in a bush, I'll sing his dirge."
8va. -- ---- loco.
tr tr tr



Id l-


4- Ped. Ped. Ped.
Allegretto moderato.
0 Inp I -r-s .


Who'll car ry his cof fin? "I," said the Kite; "If it be in the


I --K -^La-_ -*
mp Allegretto moderato. acres.





(74)










THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.

. rallentando. I mf


Mournfully.
4 Dn


T


All the birds of the air Fell sigh ing and sob-bing, When they


Andantino. )ff) e sos.


I I -


heard the bell
f5 i


toll For poor Cock


Ro bin.


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pp
-~ I I ~t
I


-I 7


75-


t) w# c


I


-3- --


7-


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i-9-















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fuIlahb.


( 76 )


*











When lit tle Bir die


sostenuto. dim. e ritard. -
9 -a- H ----


+


no one knows, On one leg he perch es.
_^ i I-,_ i .


When lit-tie Ba- bie
i


it) _
10 At


I v --4>


)OP legato e ben sostenuto.


j


t


WOO- .. I


poco acres.


bye -bye goes, On Mamma's arm re pos ing;


Soon he lies be -


- = poco cres.


(77)


LULLABY.


C)


I


1


10 1


t)










LULLABY.

Gres. rail.


neath the clothes, safe in the era dle do zing.























dim. ritar 1.










hen lite mice a round her creep, Light ly as a fea their.
I}- T-1- | I iI,







S res enw do. >














en lit-te mice a round her creep, Light ly as a fea ther.





Then~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~ on-l iea-run e reLgt- ya e hr

______ ^_^_^ -^~ '" r^ ~~7P


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LULLABY.


rt 494y


- -


When lit-tle Ba bie goes to sleep, And he is ve ry near us,


S. ten.


10 w C.


( 79 )


IP legato e ben sostenuto. 1 .






poco ores. rall.
IO







*' poco acres. ral.
Thn o i --i ---- --^ to sft- ----creep,-Thtf .ba ---may- noti-hear-us.







acres. ritard. dim.



Lul-la-by! Lul-la by! .. Lulla, Lul la,Lul la -by! .
.-. ten.



dimn. p morendo. OP


w~~ I















-~


]=b [ f


liii


II'

II,


*,1 ..


Am


MOTHER TABBYSKINS.


a


I '


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n-. np
1Pu *


IgtolJ EahbIyshine.
Allegretto. (The Words are printed by the kind permission of Messrs. Strahan & Co.)



,----.,q ~. ,- -,. ", d. .i '1
"1" ~ ...---:.'-" = ,'_- . '---- -- *,' [



1! do 17 r F iz- ,

-, .*:


ores.


Sitting at a win-dow, In her cloak and hat, I saw Mother Tabbyskins, The real old cat I




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Ve ry old, ve ry old, Crum-ple- ty and lame; Teaching kit-tens how to scold-




ten. ten. ten.
colla voce. .




I ad lib.



Is it not a shame?




colla voce. mf J fz
(1 ,1


Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Novello. 11


a W


( 81 )


y~~~~~u ~ j1~r ~1- t b i ^ .s iT








MOTHER TABBYSKINS.


( 82 )








MOTHER TABBYSKINS.
con moto.


- a eleiliu.


A ny one will do!


,-" *!. -D-..


a tempo.


mf


ten.


4_


tC, c' S.s


n. rDOa


Doc-tor mouse came creeping, Creeping to her bed; Lanc'd her gums and felt her pulse,


pp
j I -~


fz
j -1


p


~ oorallentando. t/f
r Y. 1 n





Whis-per'd she was dead. Ve ry sly, ve ry sly, The real old cat
S fz


ten.
fz >


pp ten.
coIla voice.


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I


fz


e W.


I


I


tj








MOTHER TABBYSKINS.


0-pen kept her weather eye- Mouse! be-ware of that!



t mf



ten.




Old Mother Tab-by-skins, Saying" Serves him right,"



-fz q, if- -,-_o




j 'scherzo. -
-[H- .


l'I.yi I-i I_ Nd i


Gobbled up the Doc- tor, With In -fi- n te de-light. Ye ry fast, ve ry fast,


u' -' Q- -
scherzo, ten.
colla voce.




ten. ad lib.

~-0
Ye ry pleasant, too- What a pi ty it can't last! Bring a no-ther, do."



ten. ten. *


L/


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!


L-"--











MOTHER TABBYSKINS.
Imf


Doc-tor Dog comes run-ning,
- ass .=_--- ..


-~ --


iz f m.






dim.


Just to see her begs; Round his neck a com-fort er, Trowsers on his legs.


mf .7 =


dim.


f e pomposo.


S- ry grand, ve ry grad-Golde-head-ed cae Swigig gai ly from his had,
Ve ry grand, ve ry grand-Golden-head-ed cane Swinging gai ly from his hand,
A fz


ten.


' Mis-chief in his brain!


/- e;' -;- .


mf


fz


v


(85)


-


Ill


t)


-8a
ten.
colla voce.


- U


colla voice.


L a


4


ten.























































Dear Mother Tab-byskins, And how are you now ? Let me feel your pulse ?-so, so;









MOTHER TABBYSKINS.


-' dim. acres.
** 49 t i^ .-


Of poor lit tie Doc- tor Mouse You a mouthful made. Ve ry nice, ve ry nice,
... ____- fz


dim.


p ten.
colla voce.


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MOTHER TABBYSKINS.
f ttircato. ten.


Lit tie doc- tor he, But for Doc-tor Dog's ad-vice You must pay the fee.

_r~s'--.- I = M d i d i I










tenten ten. > >









dim.
-I i I ll______0













,---Says she must be bled I heard Mo-ther Tab by-skins Screaming in her bed.
- -, --- =I 5 -





,, f = f P I 1-I




dim.



Says she must be bled; I heard Mo-ther Tab by-skins Screaming in her bed.










U -s


Ve ry near, ve ry near, Scuffling out and in; Doe-tor Dog looks full and queer-



cres. ten. ten. f
colla voice. *
= >. f. ;. _i ",-. r r i j s .
' I p; #ft PR V "







MOTHER TABBYSKINS.
S ad lib. nmf


Where is Tab- by-skin ? I will tell the Mo ral With-out a ny fuss ?












Those who lead the young a-stray, Al-ways suf- fer thus. Ve-ry nice, ve-ry nice,



dim. = > ten.
collar voice.



Sf poco lento. ad lib.


Let our conduct be youn or all doc-tors are not mice, Some are dogs, you see!

Ien f p oco l n o I j o e
dnten i .o
colla voce.











0 C- I I
ten. f POCOlent. colla voce.


Elliott-National Nursery Rhymes.-Ncvello. 12 ( 89 )




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