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Group Title: Artistic series, 1527
Title: Doggy's doings
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Title: Doggy's doings
Series Title: Artistic series
Physical Description: 12 p. : ;
Language: English
Creator: Raphael Tuck & Sons ( Publisher )
Publisher: Raphael Tuck & Sons
Place of Publication: London ;
New York
Publication Date: c1898
 Subjects
Subject: Dogs -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1898
Bldn -- 1898
Genre: Children's poetry
non-fiction   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
France -- Paris
United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
General Note: Cover title.
General Note: Imprint also notes publisher's location in Paris.
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Bibliographic ID: UF00085594
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 001754710
oclc - 26625279
notis - AJG7707

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
    Doggy's doings
        Page 2
        Page 3
        Page 4
        Page 5
        Page 6
        Page 7
        Page 8
        Page 9
        Page 10
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        Page 12
        Page 13
        Page 14
        Page 15
    Back Cover
        Page 16
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DOGGY'S


DOINGS.


Dogs of high and low degree,

Dogs of every quality,


But they all are true good friends


of man.


Faithful to the very end,

They deserve the name of friend,

Serving you in every way they can.

Oh, if they could only tell

How they always wish you well,


None could help from


being


very


kind


To each dog which he may see,

No matter what is his degree,


No better,


truer friend


a man can find.


CoprmioT, 1898, my RAPHAEL TUCK A SONS CO., Lro., N. Y.


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Mary's Dandy Dinmont see,
What a pretty dog is he!
Silky fur, long ears
and saucy snout,
Who'd say such a dog
can be a brute?


There's


the Dachshund and Great Dane,


The Scotch Terrier and the Pug,


The Irish Water


Spaniel


and the Japanese


one too,
Cocker, Spaniel again,
King Charles, curled up on a rug,
And the Terrier-Bull and Fox and Yorkshire





There's the Mastiff, St. Bernard,
Newfoundland and Esquimau,
And there are at least five


different kinds


And the Collie, who
Poodle, Bull, and


4


of hound,


stands guard,
more I know,
But that's as many
t as you'd care to
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Isn't this a noble head,
Honest, and with eyes so true? _.
With an air that is well-bred, i
Children, looking ,g
straight at you. ] jii
This is our
great St. I
Bernard,
Playful,
kind and
full of
fun,
But when
needed,
standing
guard;
Faithful, -
loved by -7 /_W
call him
every one.
o"Sir Bedivere,"
Worthy to have been a knight.
Though he never knew a fear,
He is ever last to fight.
And he is so gentle too,
Baby climbs upon his back,
Then he stands as in review.
Children, he's a crack-a-jack.











Poor Dog Bright,

Ran off with all his might

Because the cat was after him,

Poor Dog Bright.


Poor Cat Fright,


Ran off with all


her might,


Because the dog was after her,

Poor Cat Fright.


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This is "Sir Bedivere," fearless, faithful and kind,

A knight of the old school-no better you will find.


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SHarnessed to our
anbabv-carriage,
: l See our splendid
,4 1 .l,- Collie,
,!.- : Always ready
y for a romp
With sister, me and dolly.
Sometimes, though, he stops and balks,
Even while we're playing,
Just because he feels contrary,
All in fun-delaying.

But he's generally so gentle,
Always ripe for larking,
Frolicking so constantly,
We don't mind his barking.
His "bow-wow"
Always is one of
spry and welcome,

Collie. /
Just the
very nicest ,
playmate,
Is our
splendid
Collie.





"Polly wants a cracker,"
Says one Polly to the other;
"Ask Dandy there to fetch it,"
Answering says his brother.
Dandy Dinmont on the chair,
On hind legs is standing there.

Saw you ever such a pair
As these sedately sitting there?
Faithful friends are they, this
Pug and Setter; y j
Jowl by jowl they
share each I
joint.
Briefly they t
discuss
each ,
point,
They're true
friends and
honest ones-


none better.





Strange that they are
drawn to be. i
Friends;
they're
such and
constantly
They are to
be found,
at peace-
together, '
Never fight nor even -bark,
Share together every lark,
Yes, they're friends in every sort of weather.





Our dog is as full of tricks,
As a dog can be;


Should we wish to give
"Bow-wow-wow,'"
says he.


him licks,


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Such a
cunning '
little knave,


LHis -
" good-nature


doth him save
From many a licking he deserves,
Oft he's too much for our nerves.





When sister Mary and I
join hands, and twirl and flop,
Fido our Pug's dancing-master,
On his hind legs he perches
and whirls like a top.
"Bow-wow," says he, "Please turn faster."
"Bow-wow, bow- wow, bow-wow," says he,
"Can't you both be
|. graceful and
quick
il i like me?
If I am
to be
dancing-
Smaster,
Pray,
4 Pboth of
you,turn
somewhat
faster."


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I am a little dog, and now,

If you will hark, I'l.1 teach

What I mean with my

bow-wow-wow,"

You'll understand

me each.

I never bite, I only bark,
And never mean a harm,

I'm always: ready for a lark,

You needn't feel alarm.


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"Bow-wow-wow," that means "good-day,"

"Bow-wow," means "good-bye";

When I "Bow-wow, bow-wow" say,

That means, "Do not cry."

"Bow-wow, bow-wow, bow-wow, bow-wow,"

Means anything you please,

But mostly that I'm happy now;

I do not bite; I tease.


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N 1527
Designed at the Studios in England.


Published by
cJiAP EL SJc S SONs, Co., I-.
London Paris New York.




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