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was an Archer, and shot at a Frog

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was a Butcher, and kept a Bull-dog

was a Captain, all covered with Lace

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was a Farmer, and followed the Plough

was a Gamester, who had but III Luck
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was a Hunter, and hunted a Buck

was an Innkeeper, who loved to Bouse




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was a Joiner, and built up a House

was King William, once governed this Land

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was a Lady, who had a White Hand
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was a Miser, and hoarded up Gold

was a Nobleman, Gallant and Bold
was a Nobleman, Gallant and Bold




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was a Parson, and wore a Black Gown


was a Queen, who was fond of good Flip

was a Robber, and wanted a Whip


was a Sailor, and spent all he got




T was a Tinker


was a Tinker, and mended a Pot


was a Usurer, a miserable Elf

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was a Vintner, who drank all Himself


was a Watchman, and guarded the Door


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"Suppose," to young Dash, said his fiend in the corner,
"That a party we have, now the weather is warmer;
We've spent a dull month, so for once let's be gay,
And if you'll name the friends, I will soon name the day."
































Says Dash, "Your suggestion is every way right,
So sit down at once, and begin to indite;
Well receive the young Dogs with a welcome most hearty,
And I think we can make up a capital party.
"There's our friend, Mr. Pincher, a bit of a beau,
Who with him will bring Miss Flora, we know;
low happy we'll be to see them both here;
And kind Mr. Pompey will come, I don't fear.































SThe best way to arrive will be in a bus,
Which will save expense, without making a fuss;
They all can be put down just facing the door,
And we'll spend such a day as we ne'er spent before."
The party arrived, and it was a queer sight,
To see them so gay from the bus, all alight;
The Lap-dog was gazed at, she being so small,
And the Newfoundland, also, he being so tall.































The footmen were dressed in the richest attire,
And were all that a lady of taste could admire
They bowed to the guests, who were met by the host,
And to make them at home, not a moment was lost.
So, into the dining-saloon they were shown,
Where soon to each other their names were made known
By the host, who politely invited each guest,
With a merry "bow wow," to partake of his best.


































The dinner was served in a new-fashioned way,
But the servants, the Monkeys, had too much to say
And one careless Pug,-oh, the accident guess,-
Spilt a dish of hot soup on Miss Flora's silk dress!

Then all was confusion, the soup being hot,
And the footman, of course, was discharged on the spot;
While 'twas rumored by those with Miss Flora acquainted,
Had the floor not been hard, she'd have certainly fainted.


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A rat pie being brought soon was hushed every voice,
And each one declared that the dinner was choice;
While the Bull-dog, whose manner was certainly rough
And we'll say unbecoming, ate more than enough.
I'd have you to know that these Dogs were polite,
They understood manners, and knew what was right:
After coffee was served, they withdrew, one and all
To the room where so gaily was opened the ball


































The Terrier, though wild, had the sense to be quiet,
For, when females are present, there should be no riot
There was no ill-humor, which happiness clogs,
And I think I may say they were all happy Dogs
The ladies were delicate, genteel, and pretty,
And some, I am told, were remarkably witty;
They danced with delight, quite forgetting all sorrow,
Not thinking their legs would be tired to-morrow,


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Ofwhich, I am certain, you all know thie n:tmes: [ rnw;
All If a row, bend the bow, shoot at the pigeon and kill the
All the birdq of the air, all the fish 0of the sea,"
When you play at these games, you must then think of me













My iarme is B, at your re and call,
B stands fur battledore, bat, and for hall;
From the trap with your bat, the Tennis ball knock,
With your battledore spin up your light shuttlecock.
I ieg you'll excuse me for making so free,
Rewinmher, they call me the great bouncing B.
My name is C, for Cricket I stand,
And Cup and Ball also, you play with one hand;
Andr Come with a whoop, come with a call,
Come with a goodwill, or come not at all."
As good merry games, as any can be.
Remember they all do begin with a C.


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Mf name is D, and ) stands for Drum.
lr'tt playing at Soldiers, it makes the boys cme;
stands for Doll, which when good gia potsess, [d
hey should learn with their needles ajd threads h
stands for Dumps, so remember the I
From all other letters that ever you see.
My name is E, and but one game I know
Yet that game to you, l, with pleasure will show;
It is 4 Even or Odd," you must guess it, to win,
When tlevi cry Jacky Dandy, which hand is it in!"
And pray hbe so kind, though I know but one game,
Among other letters, remember my name.


My name is F, and F stands for Fun,
Itd after that yoIT:ig folk are all sure to run;
F for playing at Fea[ts, at which girl delight,
F for Flying the Garter, and Flying the Kite,
At which you all play with your face full of glee;
Now when you see F, remember that's me.
ly name is G, and G stands for Games,
All you can play at, whatever their names;
Such as lords, kings, and queens, what play can be grander*
And simple games too, such as "Old Goosey Gander.
But out of the number of games that you see,
G stands for Games, and that G is me.


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H stands fo-r Hpcotch, with long lines and crosses,
H stands for Hunting, and playing at Horses;
11 also stands for H1p, Step, and Jump,
1 stands for "Honey Pots," all of a lump.
But I must not lhe slighted, and put on the shelf,
For while standitir for others, i stantils for himself
I humbly confess that my case is suihl,
The I is a letter. I dun't stand for much;
I stands for Innings, which all like, no doubt,
Fur in playing yn r games, none like to be out:
Not at Touh, Wlhoop, Forfeits, or any such game,
AU like to be i, and I do the ame.












My name is J, and J stands for jump,
]By wlichl little boys often get a good bump;
By jumping a post, a gate, ditch, or rail,
Soimntinrus by Jumping a little Nagtail:
So when among letters the J you should see,
Rcmtmrnber the J, and dnt jump over mne.
MV name is K, and K stands for Kita
1hich, when it don't rain, bpys fly a great height,
With a very long tail, and a much longer string,
And K stands for that game, called" Kiss in the Ring,"
So K kindly hopes, when you think of his betters,
You will know K as well as tie rest of the letters.


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L stands for Lantern, with which boys delight,
To scare silly folks on a dark winter's night,
Made of a urniip, with mouth, nose, and eyes,
And heela uver head each simpleton lies
Now when of this mischlievous game you hear toll,
Mindi L stands for Lantern, and my name is L
SR stinlds for Marlle, a pretty plaything,
For Lt-nout ;and Thrte-iholes, or Shoot in tihe- iig ;
M stanwi for May, games you often have seen,
SWhen Chimney-sweeps dance with Old Jack in t1In Gr' i
I kindly request you will not forget me,
Though mix'd up amoun g other letter I be.






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For L l o uot know much of the games that I play;
SBut you can't play without me-sume games, by this rule
SucIl as playing at Letters, or keeping a School.
And N is a letter you can't do without-
I slall be known when wanted, I have little doubt.
I bhg to inform you, that my name is 0,
Which, I dare say, that most of you already know;
In counting for games, the 0 stands for Out,"
When they cry with a Rottum, Bottom, Dish-clout."
SK You ean't wel mistake me, for most children know,
The good-natured face of their old friend, round 0.


















P stands for Pop-gun, for old Pope and Pole,
P for Pitch at the Cooly. and Pitch in the Hole;
Puss, Puss, give me water, fa most harmless pkly,
Which all little girls understand, I dare say,
I've popp'd in among you, and shall do my best,
So remember tlie P as well as the rest.
My name is Q, I have brought you one game,
But my business here, is to tell you my name;
Q stands for Quoits, a bard game to play,
It's by throwing large rings a very long way.
To remember the Q, sure no one can fail-
I is just like round 0, with a little pig's tail.


R stands for Racket, and Racing. and Rounds,
And Riddles to puzzle, and Running the Bounds;
And Ringing the Bull, a good merry game,
So, I hope after this, you'll remember my name.
Now df not mistake me for B or for P,
For I've one leg behind, as you plainly see.
M naiame is b, and S you'll find stand,
For games on the water as well as the land;
S stands for Skating, and Sliding on ice,
S for Swimming and Sailing in summer so nice:
S stands for Skipping with grace and address.
Now be sure to remember my name, crooked S.


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r My name is and T stands for Toys,
S/\Mad e to amuse good girls and boys;
Teetuotm, Tops, any many more such,
T ialo stands for that merry game Touch.
Itemiember all these do begin with a T.
And whenever we meet, you will surely know me.
My name is U, though a long way behind,
Yet for good girls and boys, a game I can find,
Call'd V Up tlie ladder and down the wall,
A twopenny-loaf won't serve us all."
Now remember I'm U, though you are not me,
But whenever we meet, that you can't fail to see.












V is sorry lie cannot begin with one game,
But ais V's not in fault, V is not to hlame;
SV stands for Vaulting, that's jumping up high,
SBut what game you please, V is willing to try:
And heing a playmate, of course he is free,
But of friendship andl kindness, you must think of V.
I've come with the rest of my twenty-six friends.
And I Ihope your attention will make us amends;
Si've brought you some fun, and am going to stop,
For W stands for the game Whipping Top.
AMy name is W, mind, if you please,
That I look just the same as a couple of Vees.



















As for X, though he's tine of the sam.. twenty-six,
He won't play one glame-lie's as cross as gwo sticks;
First letter in no English word will X lie,
And yet without X. there is no A B C.
To know Mr. X, you can't be at a lIss,
For wherever you see him, you see him a crols.
My name is V, the last letter but one,
IVt I think I carn ldd a fresh game to your fun;
Y stands for Yatch, a boat smart aml trim,
On a fine summer's day, tis so pleasant to swim
And still let nme hlop, in the midst of your fun,
You will not target Y, the last letter but one.












Though I come in lag-last, behind all the rest,
I will strive to ImiusL you, as well as the best;
Z stands for Zany, a strange funny elf,
Zany means fool-I lhol not myself.
He will make faces, tumble, annd stand on his head,
Which may make you remember the last letter Z.


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Out of the way, and give three chee
For the regiment of Three-ot Volunteeru!
They have but one ounnn, and tha sh oots peas
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Out of the way, and give three cheers
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Rub-a-dub-dub and Tooty-too-too!
*March on bravely I we're proud of you,
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