• TABLE OF CONTENTS
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 Front Cover
 Half Title
 Title Page
 Dedication
 Preface
 Table of Contents
 Morning prayer
 The rainbow fairies
 Froeble's birthday
 Spring song
 Birdies valentine
 Our country friends
 Spring grasses
 Our flag colors
 Columbus
 The seed baby
 Rock a bye
 Morning glories
 Nuts falling
 Flight of birds
 Sea shore fairies
 Song of the breezes
 Carpenter song
 The miller
 The fairy
 Christmas eve
 Christmas day in the morning
 Good night and Christmas praye...
 The star
 The snow birds
 Morning hymn
 Pussy willow
 Mother's care
 The shoemaker
 The mice
 Dance song
 Back Matter
 Back Cover
 Spine














Title: The child's garden of song
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 Material Information
Title: The child's garden of song
Physical Description: 72 p. : ill. (some col.), music ; 26 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Tomlins, Wm. L ( William Lawrence ), 1844-1930
Ricketts, Ella ( Illustrator )
A.C. McClurg & Co ( Publisher )
Shober & Carqueville ( Lithographer )
Publisher: A.C. McClurg
Place of Publication: Chicago
Publication Date: 1895
 Subjects
Subject: Children's songs   ( lcsh )
Bldn -- 1895
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Illinois -- Chicago
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: selected & arranged by William L. Tomlins ; with designs by Ella Ricketts.
General Note: Lithographs by Shober & Carqueville Co., Chicago.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00082138
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002756585
oclc - 06517112
notis - ANN4530

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Half Title
        Page 3
    Title Page
        Page 4
        Page 5
    Dedication
        Page 6
    Preface
        Page 7
        Page 8
    Table of Contents
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Morning prayer
        Page 11
    The rainbow fairies
        Page 12
        Page 13
    Froeble's birthday
        Page 14
        Page 15
    Spring song
        Page 16
        Page 17
    Birdies valentine
        Page 18
        Page 19
    Our country friends
        Page 20
        Page 21
        Page 22
    Spring grasses
        Page 23
    Our flag colors
        Page 24
        Page 25
    Columbus
        Page 26
        Page 27
    The seed baby
        Page 28
    Rock a bye
        Page 29
    Morning glories
        Page 30
        Page 31
    Nuts falling
        Page 32
        Page 33
    Flight of birds
        Page 34
    Sea shore fairies
        Page 35
    Song of the breezes
        Page 36
        Page 37
    Carpenter song
        Page 38
        Page 39
    The miller
        Page 40
        Page 41
    The fairy
        Page 42
        Page 43
    Christmas eve
        Page 44
        Page 45
        Page 46
    Christmas day in the morning
        Page 47
        Page 48
        Page 49
    Good night and Christmas prayer
        Page 50
        Page 51
        Page 52
        Page 53
        Page 54
    The star
        Page 55
        Page 56
        Page 57
    The snow birds
        Page 58
        Page 59
    Morning hymn
        Page 60
    Pussy willow
        Page 61
        Page 62
        Page 63
    Mother's care
        Page 64
        Page 65
        Page 66
    The shoemaker
        Page 67
        Page 68
        Page 69
    The mice
        Page 70
        Page 71
    Dance song
        Page 72
    Back Matter
        Page 73
    Back Cover
        Page 74
        Page 75
    Spine
        Page 76
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PREFACE.


The collection of songs herewith offered to the public has been
made in the effort to realize certain ideals that for many years have
actuated me in my work with the children.
A long experience in the training of large classes representing
various ages and all grades of society, has demonstrated the fact that
in every child there is the germ of the power to appreciate the finest
music and to express his appreciation with the voice.
If proper training is begun before the voice is spoiled by bad
usage and before the natural instinct for that which is best has been
destroyed or replaced by the vulgar, the common, or the debasing in
music, every child is capable of being taught to express spontan-
eously in song the finer emotions,-sympathy and love to his fellow-
creatures and worship to his Creator.
In all undertakings it is best to begin well, and this is particularly
true with regard to music. It is impossible to begin too early in child-
hood to teach that which is pure and high, and to awaken in the
child's nature impulses that will stimulate the growth of worthy as-
pirations, that no room may be left for weeds.
Accordingly, during all these years and particularly of late, I
have brought into my classes songs of high grade in both poetry and
music, with the expectation-which has been realized-that the taste
would improve by contact with what is elevated and refined, and that
the power to express the soul's emotions would be gradually
developed.









In short, I have sought to apply in the department of song those
principles which underlie the work of all true educators, and
especially, to foster by means of song the sentiments of brotherhood,
patriotism, and worship.
What one voices in song, that must one live.
WILLIAM L. TOMLINS.


























CONTENTS.


NAME

BIRDIE'S VALENTINE....................

CARPENTER'S SONG ......................

CHRISTMAS DAY .........................

CHRISTMAS EVE........ .................

COLUMBUS .................................

DANCE SONG..............................

FAIRY, THE ...............................

FLIGHT OF BIRDS........................

FROEBEL'S BIRTHDAY ...................

GOOD NIGHT, CHRISTMAS PRAYER.....

M ICE, TH E .................................

MILLER, THE..............................

MOTHER'S CARE...........................
MORNING GLORIES .......................

MORNING HYMN..........................

MORNING PRAYER........................

NUTS FALLING.............................

OUR COUNTRY FRIENDS..................

OUR FLAG COLORS.........................

PUSSY WILLOW.................... ......

RAINBOW FAIRIES, THE.................

ROCKABYE........................... ....

SEA SHORE FAIRIES ......................

SEED BABY................ .............

SHOE MAKER, THE........................


AUTHOR

Sophia S. Bixby......

Sophia S. Bixby......

Myles B. Foster .....

Myles B. Foster.....

Sophia S. Bixby......

Sophia S. Bixby.. ...

Sophia S. Bixby ......

Sophia S. Bixby......

W. W. Gilchrist.....

Myles B. Foster.....

Sophia S. Bixby......

Sophia S. Bixby.....

E. L. McCord ......
Sophia S. Bixby......

L. P................

Sophia S. Bixby......

E. L. McCord.......

W. W. Gilchrist......

E. L. McCord.......

Mary E. Shannon....

Lizzie M. Hadley....

Anonymoti ........

Sophia S. Bixby .....

E. L. McCord.......

Sophia S. Bixby .....


COMPOSER PAGE

Myles B. Foster... 18

W. W. Gilckrist.. 88

MylesB. Foster... 48

Myles B. Foster... 44

Geo. F. Root...... 26

Bella Tomlins.... 72

Wm. G. Dietrich.. 42

Wm. G. Dietrich.. 84

W. W. Gilchrist.. 14

Myles B. Foster... 50

Myles B. Foster.... 70

W. W. Gilchrist... 40

Myles B. Foster ... 64
Wm. G. Dietrich.. 34

W. W. Gilchrist... 60

W. W. Gilchrist.. 11

Myles B. Foster ... 83

W. W. Gilchrist.. 20

W. W. Gilchrist.. 24

W. W. Gilchrist... 61

Rossiter G. Cole... 12

Wm. G. Dietrich.. 29

W. C. E. Seeboeck. 85

H. M. Vos ....... 28

Myles B. Foster.... 67











CONTENTS.

NAME AUTHOR COMPOSER PAGE

SNOW BIRDS, THE.......................... L. P................ Myles B. Foster... 58

SONG OF THE BREEZES..................... L.P................ Mylts B. Foster... 86

SPRING GRASSES........................... Sophia S. Bixby...... W. W. Gilchrist... 23

SPRING SONG............................. Sophia S. Bixby...... W. W. Gilchrist... 16

STAR,THE........................... ..... W. W. Gilchrist..... W. W. Gilchrist... 55

























MORNING PRAYER


SOPHIA S. BIXBT.


W. WV. GILCHEF.lT.


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1. Dear Fa- ther, al w avy near us, Hold out thy lo iug
2. Oh, teach us to be hap py And help fl thro' the
3. And help us to be truth 11u, 0 be-dient, brave and
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LIZZIE M. HADLEY.
Quite fast.


ROSSETTER G. COLE.


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pure and mild, A hun dried years a go ..................
side bi. bed, A bun dred years a go ................ 1 0
gar deun see The lair est flow ers blow. .............


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SPRING SONG.


W. W. GILCHRIES.


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Roos ter in the barn yard, Duck ies in the pond,
Frog- gies in the lil lies Croak ing fun ny tones,



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lMelt-ion off the snow, Nour-ish'd by the brown earth up the grass-es grow.
Tho' the wind is old, Lit tie dan-de li on liRts its face o" gold.
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OUR FLAG COLORS.


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f eath-ers, and bills bright as gold; Their .nd er calls rend y! and
geese, fly in north-ward to day; Soon fern-leaves and rass es a -
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on-ward thely go, Then *oon cornme the win ter, w th dr its..f white snow.
wake at the soiiud. And rIol. ing their night-c ap will creep fro the ground.
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SEA SHORE FAIRIES.
W. C. E. SBEBOECK.


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To the far off sea Give the dain ty fair-ies One fond kiis for me.


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SONGT OF THE BREEZES.
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2. We car ry the suow-flakes in win-ter, To ninke for the
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SONG OF THE BREEZES. Concluded
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SOPHIA S. BIXBY.
With spirit and actent.


CARPENTER SONG.


W. W. GcrLHRIFT.


1. The woodman cuts the Ibr est tree, The saw-yer made the boards Ib.r me, We'll
2. HB'll chis-el here and there a plate, And traineoar houie with maby abrace. He'll

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CARPENTER SONG Corncluded



Lurns his an ger round and round,And meas-nre opff from roof'to ground, He


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turns hi ail ger round and round. And Iea-urei.; olf from roof to ground O










hear his bus.-y hammruer's song fHe strikes Ihe nail so true and strong.
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THE MILLER.


SOPHIA S. BIXBY.


W. W. GrLCH 'IST.


u
works with a will, Anid er
plant ed the grain That grew
.,


- er stand-, lead v The
in the sun shine And


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THE MILLER. Concluded


song............... tuins the mill wheel a -







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round ................. And the wheat ............. from the














farm........... To white flow er i grond.........







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THE FAIRY


watch ing us afl the long day; How she Iovsa the bright smile and
ev-er y smile that is found she'll fly to our gar-den this
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THE FA RY Concluded
CHORUS.


sun-shine And would ban- ish the I'rown- from our way. Then
eve-ning And plant a new flower in the ground.








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'e will he gay and con-tent. And ev 'r once iun while I'm



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ir ll ty nd re- r To ook he iry a smile.
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CHRISTMAS EVE
Andante gratzoso. : MYLES B. FOSI'E1.



1. Watch ing in the we. dows
2. Hark, that joy ous mes sage!





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O'er their flocks by night, Shep herds heard glad tid ings, Saw Heav'n's
Mourn-ers, cease to grieve! Join to hail with glad ness Bless ed




S I es.






won drous ligh Hal le lu- jahs heard they
Christ mas Eve! Chil dren, let those tid ings




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lI N J CHRISTMAS EVE Continued

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From the An gels then- "Peace on earth" their
Ring forth once a gain: "Glo ry in the


meI M, I r Il t







mes sage, And "Good will to men!" "Peace on earth" their
high est," And "Good will to men! "Glo ry in the









mes sage, And "Good will to men! "Peae o
high eat," And "Good will to men! Pace on



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CHRISTMAS EVE Concluded


p s.


earth ........... Peace on earthh"

A1
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ANNNlIl















CHRISTMAS DAY IN THE MORNING

Allegretto non troppo. MYi.r B. FOSTER


Now 'tis tile mer-ry Christ-mas-time And the



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CHRISTMAS DAY IN THE MORNING Continued


Ieno inosso.
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For we are told that this bless ed morn A
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Say. ior un to


us was born:


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CHRISTMAS DAY IN THE MORNING


rally. alflne


died for
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Concluded


lJ w
lived and
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GOOD NIGHT'AND CHRISTMAS PRAYER
FINALE M .
mf ndannlo P l Lis B. F ri
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od ig t'
Good night'


our ongs are uillI;


ZnI-T-- r~_~;--:---- -


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hap p\ aul g.ay Our Chiist as day has


Sores. l dim.


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Egg


Good rii.lhIt!


,our gaLenIarc


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GOOD NIGHTIAND CHRISTMAS PRAYER Continued
or d rm.

passed a wa?\!. .. ................. The



h..' f poco. -- -
,. o e poco /i'l ..-"
_I, __ ,. #-r- [ -t. ._ -p <- -
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s ^ ^ i em ',u must end,
bi ht et hour must end, The bright est day rea h

I wmmI tiM


adagio. J "' "5

night; Our ta pers we see have y g












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GOOD NIGHT!AND CHRISTMAS PRAYER Continued



burned to the tree- Good night! our songs are






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sung; Good night! our gamesare done, And dark- ness must


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piu adagio.

fol low light- Good night!



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GOOD NIGHT'AND CHRISTMAS PRAYER Continued

ppP


Good night!...............
rail.



sennprt Pd. P

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PRAYER.
mf Largo con energia. cres pocoo e poco.


Keep me, 0 Fa their mine! Fa their of Je sus mild:




mf e poco poco.


P d. lPed.




Thy light a round me shine- Make me Thy child!

C' ; ,- r.










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GOOD NIGHT IAND CHRISTMAS PRAYER o-ne,
dim mt' dim. p


Bless Thou all those who p ay t.. Thee Qu Christ-ruas Day!









Four sels of Trebles.
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THE STAR.


G(. .1 Lt ,, a .i rum1, I W W. GiLCHRIiT.


1. There'; a twink ling lit lie st o'
2 T'oth er night I ask'd my star- "Till me
I 1


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hih, O(! 4n high. Y,'u rely see it up oa hre, With your
tI u-. t- 11 iin true, Wi, P ie iu to lo when the sui, Quenibh -e
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eye. w;th your eye. AlI the nicghL t's oft ly beam Ing, W.ile
you, qjuei'h-es d it said "Nrw don't i.n wor ry, D. u'


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Is~,~~P~s~B~$~Bl~iia~~


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THE STAR. Continued


you and I are dream ing, Like an y lit tie dia-mond. In the
wor ry now nor lur ry, I keep on shin-ing sure ly, Bright-ly

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THE STAR. Concluded


si lent w itch is keep ing, As it blinks, as it blinks, 'Till the
course I'm low ly running, Thro' the night, tbro' the night,Wheresome
I _


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sun coni-3 ort ly creep -in Thru' the chinks, thro' the chinks.
lit tie cl use, cun ning. aSlep-eth iibhl, sleep eth tight.



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THE SNOW BIRDS


L. P.
- Allegretto non troppo.


MYLES B. FoszIR.


Dear lit tie snow birds o ver the way; They're




mf Leggiero.




agilato. crcs.



fly ing and hop-ping so bright and gay! Who takes care of them

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agilalo. cres.









when it snows? Can a ny one tell us? Who


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THE SNOW BIRDS. Concluded
f rall. mp MuSh slower and sustained.












one and all, And He warch es o'er them lest



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one should all, lest one hold fall........
f rail. rrp M i- ^ ^ ^---- r




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MORNING HYMN
L. P. W. W. GILCgERIST.



1. Two lit-tlehands to work for thee, Two lit-tie feet to walk thy ways,
2. O! Fa- tber, thou hast made them all. So here we o1- fer them to thee;
3. Two lit tIe lips, kind words to apeak,Two sharp ears, quick to hear thy call;


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Two shin-log eyes thy works to see, And one clear voice to sing thy praise.
And thou shalt use them each and all, That like to Je sos we mna hbe.
One child-ish heart that thou must make Kind-ly, and lov ig on to all.








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PUSSY WILLOW.

MARY E. SHANNON.
Brightly, but not boisterous.


W. W. GILCHBnT.


In hood of gray, a quak-'ress gay, Be side the froz en













stream at play So hlithe and win some this chill day, Is lit-lle pus sy






raal. a tempo.






wil low- pus-sy wil low- pus-sy wil-low. She laughs at win ter




rall. -- a tempo.


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PUSSY WILLOW. Continued



grimand old At snow-flake. light, his children bold, As they car-ress with
SJ .


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TM.
rall.
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kiss-es cold, Gay lit tie pus sy wil- low, pus- sy wil low, pus-sy



t ral.


- Ped.r ped. *

1Pr).


the air her have words ring: "Ah! I'm the


















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PUSSY WILLOW. Concluded
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Mother Spring, My sis-ters wake when birds do sing But I am Pua sy (



dim. .
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wil low; My sis-ts ake wn bird dosin, But I am pus -



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d --
S wil low, pus-sy wil low, pus-sy wil low, pnus-sy wil -low."






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MOTHERS CARE.
E. L. McCORD. W. W. GILCHeISr.
Moderately quick.
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Old moth-er tree, ma ny leaf ba bies has And a



(







great ma-ny arms has she-- She holds them up high ...........






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............ ",y up in the sky,.............. That the

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NIOTHER' CARE. Conrnwiluea


ba bies from harm safe may be;................. That the














ba bies from harm sare may be............ Old moth er



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tree, ma-ny long fin-gers has, And ma ny long tin-gers has


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S MOTHERS CARE. Concluded




she............... So down in the giond ,......... She




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reih res a round ......... For food for the bawes in the










Street ........... For food fr the babes in the tre........

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THE SHOEMAKER. ..
SOPHIA 8. BsXBY.
Briskly and firmly. MVI.ES B. FOSTER.











Mak-g a shoe on eat er last,



Help ing the brisk tie to s itch on the sole,










Now he is peg going a boot of stout leath- er,
Peg going or sew ing he makes a go..d shoe. For






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THE SHOEMAKER. Continued "


Now he is sew ing a soft shoe to ctb r, A
fa their and moth er and ba by and you. Fur


A 4- A- I o -


o ver his aip H 11'
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CHORIrS. Allero con forza.


With stout -et of a pron laid






p-,-f b sh--- ----- -t

pe i thbfl' shoe with a



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THE SHOEMAKER. Conrcluaed


dim c it

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rap a tap lap, He'll ew moth cr' hti-e wilt] a
PmmmemmMPMl


ri a tempo. rre.i




wax lin en thread, And make for the ba by a





' I rl 0 a tempo ere. -- -





----- r if

d- --_ -


slip per of


red, A slip
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per of re

per of red.

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SOPHIA S. BiXBY.
Allegro scherzoso.


THE MIGE.


1MLESr B. FOSTER.


1. Ten lit tie mice are hid ing you see
2. Some times you hear our sharp lit tie teeth


a


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Sale in the at tic to day......... When all the peo pie are
Nib- bing a hole in the door........ Soon we'll creep in to
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THE MIGE. Concluded


CIFORUS Rather slower, marcato.
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You are so


tall, lit tie girl. lit tie boy,


t f


We are so ver y


small, Sure ly a few bus y


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D A NGE S 0N CT

BELLA TomL!N-S.



1. Bow IT ig low on wve go Daiie-iong d,.%.-.n the? mer r ro-i
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Bowt ztep- low. on c es brgo t Ti -n pin d 'n- fe t. f irt left tv ry row





Bow-ing low on we go Dane ing. cl--n the mer rY row
Bo -n low. on w omu -ig 1.% he mr yrw

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