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Group Title: Routledge's new sixpenny toy books
Title: Annie and Jack in London
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 Material Information
Title: Annie and Jack in London
Series Title: Routledge's new sixpenny toy books
Physical Description: 8 l. : col. ill. ; 25 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Crane, Walter, 1845-1915 ( Illustrator )
George Routledge and Sons ( Publisher )
Publisher: George Routledge & Sons
Place of Publication: London
Publication Date: 1869
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Subject: Publishers' advertisements -- 1869   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1869
Genre: Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
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General Note: Cover title.
General Note: Includes publisher's advertisement.
Statement of Responsibility: illustrated by Walter Crane.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00082161
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001731023
oclc - 12178842
notis - AJE3639

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Front Cover
    Poem
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    Back Cover
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ONE day said Papa, "Tell me, Annie and
Jack,
Would you like to help Susan your boxes
to pack,
To go up to London with me and
M an na.
And see all the si,'ht ?''-"May we
really, Papa ?"
They were wild with delight the pro-
)posal to hear;
So next M1onday they went. the first day
of the year.
Anrd thoinigh they l hoi nut a lol.n .' journey
to o.- ,
The train seemed to Annie uncommonly k
slow;
And ~ll the way ..., discontented was
Jack,
That he wished himself there, or he
wil-hI.d l himself back.


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But at. last. they reached London, and
rested and dined
At a. grand new hotel; and they then
felt. inclined
To visit the wax-work at. Madame
TWus.aud's,
Where lots .,:of fine people are standing
in riO S ;
And there te old man who pretends
to be real
Sits turning his head, as if trying to
see all ;
And the Kings and the Queens out of
hit,oy 1.,ooks
Stand and -it all aboutt, with such wide-
starin,- look, ;
And the tall Irish ,giant-Ton Thumb
in hi- ha ld.
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fHH HIt l I No w Annie andi Jack were not anxiouii.;

Z, 1 lloical Gardlens; they tnk thli.ml t, beh
W 1 A plla;e where the animals run about: wil1
"Hofir gaAnll are all lookinwl ol-t forl no strayni
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them there,
And they carried somie buns, which they?
Save to the bear
The hears were enclhed, and not. runinng
about,
SIt was only too plain that. they couldn't.
get. out.
I Ani then they saw lious and t iers in ca:es,
IGrowing used to the wonder by gl ra'lual
Stages;
The monkey- they liked, andi tIhe white
Solar bear
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The Slydrenrbam ]Palac, i that Iht-hlouse
Of 001',
\Wlher-e re-ent, and pi n iif 1t.'iant 'int. l ri,11
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A d.l tlhe'!.- th'-y heard .I oi.s, an..l .-ar
aeraIluts tumble
i.*'o cLit.l in t.o ) breakl all tl-ir i.i,:'.si it
theli sti ubllle);
And all .-eemed sio S.parklir_, lh. i'ht-
coloLreFl, aul light,
That they sail, *Ht-ere'-; a. place wile:
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We will uo and see skating, in Ken-
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I \\ill takc im NkltLes withli i11 ainl ii' it J

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fall
So thiey ti ok lof their skates, and they
look d at tihe fun.
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On Friday they went to a Pantomime,-- miin- | u
oh 1
That really was fun, for the children
said so;
They did not know again their old
nursery story,
So changed by the tinsel anid gas -
lighted glory;
But they liked the Clown's tricks, nnA NOTI1L[
the Harlequin's jumps, EuS INss
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On Saturday morning went Annie and
Jack *
To bazaars, to buy presents to take with
them back,
For the little ones. Bably and Susan, N
and Nurse; j P IV? j
And I hope that. Papa hIdl a very I,.-ng

A rai.-doll tbr Baby. a Wctt.'-. and

A top, and a lady-doll dret-s.-l very '

Annie bonu,,ht. and unhappily dirqppedl in
the diirt :
And Jack bought a I.,,e, ait a drum,
at .i I a ,- tjtt ;
And they lboIth b:liulht. trC:lh, Other sore11 .
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And Papa and la.mnuir took thluine
home the same delay -
They were glad to g'o home, and yet
wanted to' stay;
But. the train went quite fast, and it
seemed a nice change
To be back in their own home, where
1notlhing was str'a:ine:


And: always they reckon'd that
se beingg these sights
Was a tliiin to remember-a week of
delig its ;
Aud. thoull2h they may see them all
many times more.
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ROUTLEDGE'S


NEW SIXPENNY TOY BOOKS

BEAUTIFULLY PRINTED IN COLOURS
BY aIESSRS.
LEICHTON BROTHERS, KRONNEIM & 0., VINIENT BROOKS, EDMUND EVANS, AND DALZIEL MHITIL


a. BIBLE ALPHABET.
5 NURSERY ALPHABET.
6. LITTLE TOTTY.
33. TOM THUMB'S ALPHABET
s6. PICTURE ALPHABET
29. ARTHUR'S ALPHABET
31. SINGING BIRDS.
32. PARROTS. 33. DOGS.
j3. ALPHABET FOR GOOD BOYS AND GIRLS.
39. THE SEA-SIDE ALPHABET.
*z. GREEDY JEM AND HIS LITTLE BROTHERS
43. HOP O' MY THUMB
46. BEAUTY AND THE BEAST.
47. MOTHER HUBBARD.
48. HAPPY DAYS OF CHILDHOOD
5o. LITTLE DOG TRUSTY.
Sr. THE CATS' TEA PARTY.
53. WILD ANIMALS.
54. BRITISH ANIMALS.
56. THE FAITHLESS PARROT.
58. HORSES.
.$;. OLD DAME TROT.


'., The following are from
37. ,kAILROAD ABC.
40. THE FARMYARD ABC.
60. SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE.
61. THE WADDLING FROG.
6s. THE OLD COURTIER.
63. MULTIPLICATION IN VERSE.


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102.
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MULTIPLICATION TABLE
OLD KING COLE.
I'HE PRINCE WITH THE LONG
FHE ENRAGED MILLER.
THE HUNCHBACK.'
BABY'S BIRTHDAY.
PICTURES FROM THE STREETS
LOST ON THE SEA-SHORE.
ANIMALS AND BIRDS.
A CHILD'S FANCY DRESS BALL
A CHILD'S EVENING PARTY.
MARY'S NEW DOLL.
WHEN THE CAT'S AWAY.
NAUGHTY PUPPY.
CHILDREN'S FAVOURITES.
LITTLE MINNIE'S CHILD LIFE.
KING GRISLY BEARD.
RUMPELSTILTSKIN.
ALADDIN.
DOMESTIC PETS.
NURSERY RHYMES.
MY NEW ALPHABET.


Designs by WALTER CRANE.
ioo. NOAH'S ARK ALPHABET.
103. MY MOTHER."
104. THE FORTY THIEVES,
to5. THE THREE BEARS.
ro6. CINDERELLA.
107. VALENTINE AND ORSON.


64. CHATTERING JACK. zoS. PUSS IN BOOTS.
69. HOW JESSIE WAS LOST. 109. OLD MOTHER HUBBARD
70.'GRAMMAR IN RHYME. rio. THE ABSURD ABC.
77.-ANNIE AND JACK IN LONDON. Iri. RED RIDING HOOD.
78. ONE, TWO, BUCKLE MY SHOE. 112. JACK AND THE BEAN-STALK
:95. THE FAIRY SHIP. 113. BLUE BEARD.
96. ADVENTURES OF PUFFY. 14. BABY'S OWN ALPHABET.
a7. THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO MARKET r6. 1 HL -LLL.PING BEAUTY IN THE WOOD.
g9. KING LUCKIEBOY'S PARTY. 117. A, APPLE PIE.

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