• TABLE OF CONTENTS
HIDE
 Front Cover
 Front Matter
 Advertising
 Half Title
 Frontispiece
 Title Page
 Dedication
 A note on Horn-Books
 Horn-book jingles
 Advertising
 Back Cover






Title: Horn-book jingles
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Permanent Link: http://ufdc.ufl.edu/UF00086496/00001
 Material Information
Title: Horn-book jingles
Physical Description: 72 leaves : ill. ; 22 cm.
Language: English
Creator: Gaskin, Georgie, 1866-1934
Leadenhall Press ( Publisher )
Simpkin, Marshall and Co ( Publisher )
Charles Scribner's Sons ( Publisher )
Publisher: Leaden Hall Press
Simpkin Marshall & Co.
Charles Scribner's Sons
Place of Publication: London
New York
Publication Date: 1896-1897
 Subjects
Subject: Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1897   ( lcsh )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1897   ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1897
Genre: Children's poetry
Publishers' advertisements   ( rbgenr )
poetry   ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: by Mrs. Arthur Gaskin.
General Note: Illustrated by the author.
General Note: Printed on one side of the leaf only.
General Note: Publisher's advertisements precede and follow text.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00086496
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved by the source institution and holding location.
Resource Identifier: aleph - 002230145
notis - ALH0492
oclc - 02353194

Table of Contents
    Front Cover
        Page 1
        Page 2
    Front Matter
        Page 3
    Advertising
        Page 4
    Half Title
        Page 5
    Frontispiece
        Page 6
    Title Page
        Page 7
    Dedication
        Page 8
    A note on Horn-Books
        Page 9
        Page 10
    Horn-book jingles
        Page 11
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The Baldwin Library
SJ Univeir ity
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Ew people have ever seen a horn-book.
The horn-book, which is not a book at
A BC D all, but a little handled tablet of oak on which
E Got' IB is mounted a printed sheet containing the
alphabet, short syllables, and the Lord's
I I KL p prayer, faced with a thin pane of protective
N 0P Q. horn-hence its name-was used in days
IR T Vf when books were scarce to teach little child-
Sx ren the first rudiments of learning.
f In olden times these tablets, some of which
had the alphabet only, took the place of the
spelling book, and were in use in every dame's
school. Later on, when paper and print became
cheapened, the horn-book was elbowed out of
existence by the primer or spelling-book.
If fortunate enough to unearth a horn-
book, you may be glad to know that it is a
thing of price, and coveted by collectors.

"Mr. Tuer has furnished a H~itory of the Horn-Book,
compiled with characteristic thoroughness, and written
throughout in a clear and pleasant style."-ATHEN&EUM.


OW EDITION LIMITED. NEARLY OUT OF PRINT.
In Two Quarto Volumes, bound in stout vellum.

(g tommantb t b icatab to ft$ Qu un-gmpres.



History of the


Horn-Book
By ANDREW W. TUER, F.S.A.,
Author of "Bartolozzi and his Works," &c.
WITH 300 ILLUSTRATIONS
BY
ROBERT W. ALLAN, FRANCIS D. BEDFORD, Sir ARTHUR CLAY, Bart., AMBROSE
DUDLEY, Miss FRANCE (Mrs. Gaskin), EVERARD HOPKINS, JOHN LEIGHTON,
WILLAM LUKER, Jr., PERCY MACQUOID, PHIL MAY, LINLEY SAMBOURNE, Miss
SAMBOURNE, HENRY S. TUEE, J. WALTER WEST, and other Artists,
AND TWO COPPERPLATE FRONTISPIECES
Price 42s. net.
Seven real Horn-books and Battledores are recessed in the
insides of the covers.

W In preparation: a second (one volume) edition at a popular price.

LONDON: PUBLISHED BY
THE LEADENHALL PRESS, LTD: 50, LEADENHALL STREET, E.C.


















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A NOTE ON HOKN-BOCKS
ADDRESSED-) TO ALL GOOD
CHILD EN o
DEAR LITTLE CHILDREN,
DO YOU KNOW THATWHEN
OUR GREAT GRANDMcOTHERS GRANDFATHERS,
AND WHEN THEIR GREAT- GREAT- GREAT- '-
GRANDPARENTS WERE LITTLE CHILDRENo
THE/ LEARNT TO SAY THEIR A- B C &:
HOWTO READ FRotA WH AT IS CALLED
A'HORN-BOOY' AND NOT FRo/ THEeF
PRETTY PICTURE BooKS LIKE YOU-
DO ? A HORN-BOOK WAS MADE OF5
A PIECE OF WOOD THIS SHAPE. -
Wl WITH A HANDLE TO HOLD 1T '
SB AND A HOLE IN THE HANDLE
TO PUTACORD OR RIBBON g
STHROUGH,50 THAT LITTLE .
CHILDREN COULD CARRY IT ^ -
EASILY ROUND THEIR NECKS OR 2
FROM THEIR WAISTS:ON THIS PIECEd
OF WOOD WAS FASTENED A SHEETs
OF PAPERON WHICH THE A-B-C 6&
THE READING LESSON WAS ALL:::
PRINTED"AND TO PREVENT THIS
PAPER GETTING DIRTY AND TORN io
BY VRUBBY NAUGHTY LITTLE -
FINGERS IT WAS COVERED OVER g
WITH A SHEET OF HORN WHICH QUITE
CLEARLY SHEWEDTHE LETTEKRS-P.
THROUGH BUT YET THE PAPER g
COULD NOT BE TOUCHED? THEO
HORN WAS FASTENED DOWN VERY
FIRMLY WITH STRIPS OF BRASSY
AND SMALL TACKS o [N THIS LITTLE
BOOK WHICH I HAVE WRITTEN FOR
YOU,YOU WILL SEE LOTS OF?-,,%
LITTLE CHILDREN WITH THEIR5-.
HORN-BOOKS I THINK YOU WILL SAY





' THAT VOU ARE GLAD YOU ALL
HAVE SUCH PRETTY BOOKS FULL 4
OF LOTS OF PICTURES TO LEARN -
YOUR LESSONS FROM:WHEN YOU
ARE OLDER AND CAN READ QUITE
WELL,YOU MAY READ A BEAUTIFUL
BOOK CALLED "THE HISTORY OF 9
THE HORN-BOOK ". IN THIS BOOK 0
ARE NOT ONLY MANY PICTURES OF-'
HORN-BOOKS BUT THEREAREALSO
ACTUALLY REAL HORN-BOOKS 9'
WHICH YOU CAN TAKE OUT OF S9
THE BOOK AND READ FROM AND 3C
HOLD JUST AS I HAVE SHEWN YOU
LITTLE CHILDREN USED TO DO SO0
MANY YEARS AGO : I HOPE YOU WILL
LIKE MY LITTLE BOOK AND THAT9g
YOU WILL TRY TO BE VERY GOOD:.
AND NOT TEAR IT WHEN YOU LOOK
AT IT : I AM VOUR FRIEND -0r 0 s
GEORCIE- CAVE- GASKI N.










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IN:MY:BEGIN- .
JING : GOD:
ME. SPEED: IN
GRACE:AND:
VIRTVE: TO:
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S GRfANNIES 'm '
HORN- BOOK.1 Y
DO yOU KNOW THAT
'IVE BEENToLD )
'/HEN GRANDMAMA
WAS FoUR YEARS W &
OLD
SHE LEARNT TO SAY
HER A.B.C.
ANDWENTTo SCHOOL I :
LIKEyOUAND ME
IF AT THE PICTURE
YOU WILL LOOK if A
YOU'LL 5LE HER4 I
WITH HER DOLL I
BOOK AI
THIS BOOK WAS NOT
LIKL OURS
WITH VERY MANY i
LEAVES AND LOTS ES
AND LOTS OF PIlTUR
OF DUCKSAND COWS
ANDTREES









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BUTIN PooR GRANN\~S
BOOK WAS ONLY ONE
PAGE LOOKt AND IN
CASETHIS SHOULD
BETORN-ITWAS le
COVERED UP WITH
. & s HORN
AND NAILED UPON A
WOODEN BACK-W ITH
BITS OF BASS AND
MANY A TACK to
SO RKLEMBFKRWHEN
YOU LOOK ATTHE
PICTURES IN YOUR
BOOK THAT POOR
GRANNIE LON6 AGO
HAD BUT A HORN-
BOOK AS YOU KNOW
BUT LEARNT-ro READ
TO WRITE. TO RHyME
ANDSOWILLYOU &
/Vy DEARS INT I ME
GE.C.ASKIN.







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FOUR EA RS OLD a
5HE LEARNT To SAY HER ABC
AND WENT TO SCHOOL LI KE
YOU AN D ME



IFAT THE PICTURE YOU WILL :'0
LOOK YOU'LL SEE HE.R
WITH HER DOLL & BOOK '
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NOT
/ LIKE. 0v0
OURS


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WITH V/E.R
MANY o
LEAVES


A N D LOTS &- LOTS OF PI CT U RES
OF DUCKS AND COWS TTREES
BUT IN POOR GRANNIES BOOK
WAS ONLY ONE PAGE-LOOK

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Sl-OI :
AND IN IT WAS
CASLTHIS CI ^ J COVERED UP
SHOULD WITH HORN
BE TORN-

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BACK WITH BITS OF BRASS AND
S" MANy A TACK .
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LOOK
AT THE PICTURES IN yOUR
BOOK
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AGO
HAD BUTA HOR-'00KAS
YOU KNOW
B UT LEA R NT TO READ TO
RITE TO RH YjAc
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SCHOOL GOOD-BYE -
GOOD-BYE-~ a


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IF I DREW -
PRE-TTY PICTURES
ALL FoR You-


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PLAY AND STAND-

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HORN -BoK IN YOUR
HAND-

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.: REALLY
TRY TO
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Z;HE ONG OF
A PICANINEE.

IF IWEREA PICANINEE.
a RIDINGINA 9
W WHEEL BAR-R-O-O o
WOULD GO A LONG o
LONG )OURNEY o
BUT THERE'D BE NO
ROOM FOR NOU
I D FORGET MY HORRID
LESSONS I'D FORGET
MY HORN-BOOK TOO:
IN CASEOF RAIN AN
UMBRELLA I'D TAKE.-
ABOTTLE OTMILK a
AND A PI ECEOFCAKE-
THE WAY 15 LONG THE
WORLD 5WIDE-BUT
I SHOULDN'T FEAR I
HUNGERWITH THESE
INSIDE. DOWNMANY
A ROAD DOWN MANY
A LANE- BUTTHE WORLD
15 ROUND 50 VOU'D
5EE ME AGAIN o ac
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)tU THLRE'D BE. NO
ROOM FOR YOU

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IhOD RljP b LESSONS
I'D TORPGET
MY HOKN-BOOK
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IN CASE
OF RAIN-
AN
UMBRELLA
I'D TAKE-
A BoT-LE
OF MILK.
& A
PI CEC OF
CAKE .















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IS LONG-

WORLD IS
W 4 lIDE-
BUT I SHOULDN'T FEAR
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PLAY -Y, / -. .- / *
5HAL LITHROW DOWN MY
HOqN-BOOK AND RUN
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TWO 1AD LITTLE BOyS
ALACK-A -DA'V
TO THE V LLAGESCHooL
WERE ONTRE\RWAY
T+E SUNwAS BIG6I-T
THE WORLDSEEMEDGAy
S"TOGOTO SCHOOL IS
4HA KdTHEySAy.
"THERE'SPLfEyOF
TIME FOR A UZTLE
PLAy"
THEIR HQRN-BOOKS
DOWN I N TH EGRASS
THEY LAY
'TlO BADLITTLE B0yO
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WORLD WAS GAY-
TI ME WAS FLy ING '
FAST AWAy I :
Too LATE.-TOO LATE*-
FOR SCHOOL TO DAY
TWO LITTLE BYS ARE
TIRED OF PLAY-%-4.
NOLESSONS LEARNT
OR SAID THAT DAY-
THE. MASTER STROLLED
ON HIS HOMIEW.RD
WAY-FOUND TWO
LITTLE BOyS ASLEEP
AS THEY LAY- WHAT
I-APPENED THEN I
NEED HARDLY SAY-
TWO SAD LITTLE.
BOYS ALACKI '--/
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TWo f5AD LITTLE BOys
ALACK-A- DAY TO THF
VILLAGE SCHOOLWERE ON
THEUR WAY. THE SVN WAS
\BRIGHT-THE WORLD WAS GAY
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LEARNT OR f -Q0
0 5AID THAT DAY-
THE/\AST LR STRo LLED
SON HI S HOME-WARD
WAY : TOUND TWO
LIlTTLLE BOSY
AS LE.EP AS
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IN TIME I HOPE TO
READ QUITE WE LL-


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TO WRITE-TOSPE-LL-
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RATHERSLoW.
BUTSTILL HE'S
VERyYOUNG OU
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FOR JE-NN IE
A HORN-FSOOr
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HoRN- r3ooKS
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SHEZALE of LTTL
'. MARY.
LITTLE MARY HAS A
BONNET- MANY ROSES
GROW UPON IT. FOUND
HERWAISTWITH l-iBBON
BLVE-5EE HER HORN-
BOOK HANGING TOO.
DOVOU THINK.THAT
.S HE CAN SAy-ALL HER
LESSONS THIS NICE DAY-
DO OU THINK THAT
SHECAN SIT-SEE THE
BIRDIES HEAR THEM
TWIT*SEETHE LITTLE
LAMBS AT PLAY v p
THROUGH THEW/INDOW
ALLTHE DAY I REALLY
REALLY CANNOT SAy.
OR DO yo THINKTHAT
5HEWILLSTA-IN THE.
FELDS AND PLAY ALL.
DA'-ALTOUG H I REALLy
FEARSHE MAYINDEED
INDEED I CANN OT SAY.






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MARY
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WITH RIBBON


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SHE d


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LESSONS
>a THIS 7.
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5HE CANSIT
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THKRF-SNODOUBT v!
THAT THIS I S RAIN -50
OFF I'LL HURRY HOME
AGAIN.
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HFREE LITTLE a
MAIDEhNS. u

THREE LITTLE MAIDENS
HOW THEy C HAT- FI RST
OFTi S ANDTHEN OFTHAT
UPAND DOWN THE
GARDEN AS THE .'/ALK-
AS THEY WALK-I CAN
HEAKTHEMCHATTER I CA
HEAR T HEM TALK. 3LiTu
HORN BOOKS LITTLE
GIRLS LITTLE CAPSTO
C OVER THEIR CURLS-
3 LUTTLEMAIDENS HAVE
LE-SNST LEARN 3rrLE
MAIDENS MUST HOME WARD
TURN. 3 LITTLE MAI DENS
HOW TH EyCAN RUN.3LITn-
AIDENS-VERY FOND OF
FUN *3 LITTLE MAIDENS
I NF.VER THOUGHT THAT.
I N STEAD OF LEARN I NG
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3
LITTLE
GIRLS


3 LITTLE MAIDENS
HAVE LE5SONSTO
LEARN
3 LITTLE MAIDENS
HOMEWARD TURN
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LITTLE /M\AIDENS HOW THEY CAN
LITTLE MAIDEN S VE.RY FOND OF
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BOOK I CAN PART-


FOR I'VE PLENTY
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/VA FAMI L CAS.
AMYFAMILY CONSISTSOF
3---tz FOUR '-
AND IvM SUR. I NEVER
WISH FOR/AORE
TOTEACH AND T FEED
o .. THEM AND
KEEPTHEIRCLOTHES
* o o o o 0 RIGHT a
I'VFPLENTy -o DO/- /-
'rROMMORNING TILL
NIGHT Y* 'V/- /" '/-y
ON SUNDAY WH1ENTO
CHURCH 1 G60I LEAVE
THEM IN BED '/,*'/*.Y
T-EY ARE SAFE THERE
o o oooo0 1 KNOW oo
QNMNDA'MoRNING I
KISE WITH THE SUN
FOI-THEN ALL MY WASH
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