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FUZZLES ABOUT PETER AND fATTY.
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e Ct spider and b the little mousLa
pr-t all to themselves !
I ART Y
THERE WAS.. AN OLD WOMAN.
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HERE was an old woman
whp lived in a shoe,
She had so many children
she did'nt know what to do;
THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN.
SHE gave them some broth
without any bread,
She whipped them all soundly,
and put them to bed.
DEEDLE, DEEDLE, DUMPLING.
j, a EEDLE, deedle, dumpling, my son John,
He went to bed with his stockings on;
"EI One stocking off, and one stocking on,
Deedle, deedle, dumpling, my son John.
Poakctfull of posies,
Hush! Hushl Hush!
he'lll all tumble down. 1
THREE BLIND MICE,
THREE blind mice, three blind mice;
See how they, see how they run.
They all ran over the farmer's wife,
She cut off their tails with the carving knife,
Did you ever see such a sight in your life?
Three blind mice.
MING- A -YRI N -G-I-k-LSES.
Wynken, Blynken and Nod.
\\'--i;. ri, llvnken and Nod one night
S.,i .1.' in a wooden shoe-
S.1 1 -1 i.i a liver of crystal light,
Into a ,a of dew.
" \Vhi.? r, ire you going, and what do you wish?"
The o.-l moon asked the three.
" We he .e crme to fish for the herring fish
That liv,- ia this beautiful sea:
Nets of sil -: r and gold have we I"
T'le 1l I i li.'.a laughed and sarn a song,
.- t!.: r..'cked in the woodenL -lie,
Andl tl!- ,;. iid that sped them -ll iiight long
Ri.i:I' .d tle waves of dew.
', ll tle -t.rs were the herring filh
T'!i.t lii.-.1 in that beautiful .,.- 1--
.' .-.-t your nets wherever you wish--
:-\':r af irl, are we":
rild the -It. :i to the fi'herm-in three:
*--" Where the i,' ld shoe
rocked the tishermien
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All night long their nets they threw
To the stars in the twinkling foam-
ThL, d:owi from tLe, skies came the wooden shoe,
Bringing the fishermen homo;
Tnwas all '.:pretty a sail it seemed
-V if' it could not be,
1.1 I,.;:. folks thought 'twas a dream they'd dreamed
Otf li li that beautiful sea-
3ut I Ih:-ill name you the fishermen three:
W\\,'iinkc- aMid Blynken are two little eyes,
Andi N.I is a little lhu.Jd,
A.1.l Ihe wo,:,:.1-n shoe that sailed the skies
1R u .:-.e one's trundle-bed.
S,; shat y)iir ey':s while mother sings
Of ,:nild.-rful sights that be,
Anri y.-' shall see the bi.-tiiful things
As y-Oiu r. ck in the misty sea,
Wh'lir t.iij ll.1l shoe rocked the fishermen three:
O H, you funny
A TALE OF TWO PUGS1
'WO little pugs, on
mischiet bent, X4
Had wandered up
And to the nursery they
And found a cradle -j ..
And standing on their
Inside they just could see.
Said one, "As sure as eggs are eggs,
This bed was meant for me."
"No, no!" replied the other pug,
or me as well as you;'
e both could sleep in there
, '. quite snug,
j,4 ,,,~ IThere's room enough for
And so the little rascals
I'With all their might and
To jump right up and get inside:
They jumped-but all in vain!
For lo their heads together knocked,
And nose came close to nose;
And as the cradle shook and rocked,
A dismal cry, arose.
A woeful little face peeped
The pugs were frightened .
That off they
just about *, .
As fast as 7 2'
READY FOR 1O.IV Bis LA.t A3T-FkOL-SuiLS AEUAW
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Draw the latch, '
Sit by the fire k' i
and spin. i
Take a cup ""
And drink Iii
Then call the