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Nursery songs

Material Information

Title:
Nursery songs
Series Title:
Warne's "Excelsior" toy books
Creator:
Frederick Warne and Co. ( Publisher )
Scribner, Welford & Armstrong ( Publisher )
Camden Press ( Printer )
Place of Publication:
London
New York
Publisher:
Frederick Warne & Co.
Scribner, Welford, and Armstrong
Manufacturer:
Camden Press
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
8 leaves : ill. ; 25 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Nursery rhymes -- 1880 ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1880 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1880
Genre:
Nursery rhymes ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements ( rbgenr )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
New York -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Title from cover.
General Note:
Includes publisher's advertisement.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).

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Source Institution:
University of Florida
Holding Location:
Baldwin Library of Historical Children's Literature in the Department of Special Collections and Area Studies, George A. Smathers Libraries, University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
029552068 ( ALEPH )
28901107 ( OCLC )
AJT6002 ( NOTIS )

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“NURSERY SONGS.

2.

PoLty, put the kettle on;
Polly, put the kettle on;
- Polly, put the kettle on;

———-—__—___—_

LP
UP PICCADILLY.

THE coachman takes his stand,
And when he meets a pretty girl,
He takes her by the hand.
Whip away for ever, oh!
Drive away so clever, oh!
All the way to Bristol, oh!
He drives her four-in-Hand.

3.

And let’s have some tea! Poor thing!

Sukey, take it off again ;
Sukey, take it off again ;
Sukey, take it off again ;

Hell sit in a barn,

-They’re all gone away! Poor thing!

4 and 5.

Tom, he was a piper’s son; :
He learned to play when he was young ;
And all.the tune that he could play
Was—“ Over the hills, and far away !—
Over the hills, and a great way off,

And the wind will blow my topknot off !”

Now, Tom, with his pipe, made such a noise,

That he pleased both the girls and boys,

And they stopped to hear him play
“ Over the hills, and far away !”

Tom, with his pipe, did play with such skill,

That those who heard him could never keep still :
Whenever they heard, they began for to dance—
Even pigs on their hind-legs would after him prance !

As Dolly was milking her cow one day,

Tom took out his pipe; and began for to play;

So Doll and the cow danced the “ Cheshire round,”
Till the pail was broke, and the milk on the ground!

Tue north wind doth blow,
And we shall have snow, ‘
And what will poor Robin do en,

And keep himself warm,
And hide his head under his wit

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NURSERY SONGS.
He met old Dame Trot with a basket of eggs:
He used his pipe, and she used her legs ;
She danced about till the eggs were all broke—
She began for to fret, but he laughed at the joke!
He saw a cross,fellow was beating an ass
Heavy laden with pots, pans, dishes, and glass ;
He took out his pipe, and played them a tune,
And the jackass’s load was lightened full soon !
6. .
LittLe Jack Horner” He put in his thumb,
Sat in the corner,» ‘ And pulled out a plum, "
Eating a Christmas pie; And said, “ What a good boy am I!”
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Jounny shall have a new bonnet, : . Here’s a leg for a stocking,
And Johnny shall go to the fair, And here’s a foot for a shoe;
And Johnny shall have a blue ribbon, And he has a kiss for his daddy,
To tie up his bonny brown hair! _ â„¢ And*one for his mammy, I trow.
And why may not I love Johnny? And why may not I love Johnny?
And why may not Johnny love me? | And why may not Johnny loveme? —
And why may not I love Johnny, And why may not I love Johnny,
As well as another body ? _As well as another body?
8.
Trere was an old woman as I’ve heard tell, | When the old woman first did awake,
She went to market her eggs for to sell ; She began to shiver, and she began: to
She went to market all on a market day, shake ; ‘ an pos
And she went to sleep on the Queen’s high- — She began to wonder, and shebegantocry, —
way ! “ Lauk-a-daisy on me, this can't be I! = *
There came by a pedlar, whose name was “But if I be I, as I hope I be, og *
Stout; _ : . I have a little dog at home, and he7ll 33
He cut her petticoats all round about, know me: ©
He cfit her petticoats up to the knees, If I be I, he will wag his little tail, =»
Which made the old woman to shiver and And if it be not I, heswill loudly bark and *.
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‘Up gopehetittie dogs and hebegan to bark |
“tTe’ began to bark, so she began to cry,

“Oh deary, deary me! this is none of I!”

ie WS eR at poe











WARNE’S
“ EXCELSIOR” TOY BOOKS.

| Ln liirge cronn 8¢o, price 6d. cach, with handsome Wrapper 3
| or mounted on Linen, 48, each.
|

1. RED RIDING-HOOD
2, COCK ROBIN’S DEATH
3. HORSES .
4. OLD MOTHER HUBBARD
5. DOGS
6. THE BOOK OF TRADES
7. THE CHILDREN IN THE WOOD
8. THE SUNDAY ABC
__§¢ EDITH’S ALPHABET
“19, THE OBJECT ALPHABET
ll. JACK IN THE BOX
12. OUR PETS
13. PUNCH AND JUDY
14, CINDERELLA os
is. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT
16. NURSERY RHYME ALPHABET.
17. COCK ROBIN’S COURTSHIP oe
18s, THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
19. GULLIVER’S TRAVELS
20. NURSERY NUMBERS
21. THE BANQUET OF BIRDS
2. NURSERY LULLABIES ~
23, THE ROBINS
24, THE SILLY LITTLE BAA-LAMS
25, THE TINY TEA-PARTY
26, THE ALEXANDRA ALPHABET
27. THE STORY OF MOSES
28. THE STORY OF RUTH
29. THE STORY OF DANIEL
3). THE PRODIGAL SON .
31. THE PILGRIMS PROGRESS
3. WATTS’ HYMNS
. 33. ROBINSON CRUSOE
34. AUNT EASY’S ALPHABET
33. THE HOME ALPHABET
3%. .THE COMIC ALPHABET
37. NURSERY RHYMES
_38. NURSERY SONGS
39. NURSERY DITTIES

>





AUNT LOUISA'S SUNDAY BOOKS.

. a i
In demy 4to., Pictiire Covers, price 1s. cach ;
or mounted on Linen, 2s. each.
Yale

3 e. fe PROVERBS OF SOLOMON
a) ¥ 3. THE STORY OF KING DAVID
ie. 4, THE WONDERS OF PROVIDENCE
5. THE PARABLES OF OUR LORD
. CHILDREN OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
7, CHILDREN OF THE NEW TESTAMENT
& THE CHILDHOOD OF CHRIST

i

ce
S

New York:



WARNES NURSERY. LITERATURE

® AUNT LOUISA’S
LONDON TOY BOOKS,

With jarge Original Page Plates by the First’ Artists, in
the very best Style of Colour Printing, with
Letterpress Descriptions,

In demy 4to, price \s. each, Picture Covers ;
or nounted on Linen, 28. each,

1. THE RAILWAY ABC
2...A, APPLE PIE
3. NURSERY RHYMES
4, CHILDHOOD’S HAPPY HOURS
5. NURSERY SONGS
6. THE LIFE OF A DOLL
7, EDITH AND MILLY’S HOUSEKEEPING
%. JOHN GOLPIN
9. SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE
10, THE SEA-SIDE
11. THE ROBIN’S CHRISTMAS EVE
12, ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY MEN
14. FRISKY THE SQUIRREL
15, COUNTRY PETS
16. PUSSY’S LONDON LIFE
17. HECTOR THE DOG
is. DICK WHITTINGTON
1°. DIAMONDS AND TOADS.
2. LILY SWEETBRIAR’S BIRTHDAY
21. UNCLE’S FARMYARD
2, THE LONDON ALPHABET
23. THE COUNTRY ALPHABET .
24. THE ALPHABET OF GAMES AND SPORTS
23. HOUSEHOLD PETS
2, THE BIRTHDAY PARTY
30. KING, QUEEN, AND KNAVE OF HEARTS
31. COCK ROBIN’S COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE, DEAT
. \@AND BURIAL wwe
2. CHILDREN’S LULLABIES _ pe

33. THE NURSERY ALPHABET

34. GOOD CHILDREN
33. BRI HE BE :
36. DAME TROT AND HER CAT

37, HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

38. PUNCH AND JUDY _ SR

39. MWY CHILDREN. ;

40. JACK AND JILL " ‘
41, THE FAITHFUL FRIEND

42, THE TEN LITTLE NIGGERS

W ARNE’S

, CHILDREN'S MUSiO BOOKS,

Beate WORDS, HYMNS, ke.

WITH -APPROL
In demy oblong, price ONT eet? ING each, sewed,

1. THE CHILDREN’S HO pa ea
2. SONGS FOR OUR LITTLE FRIENDS

3, THE CHILDREN’S MUSICAL GEM > Pm
4, THE NURSERY NIGHTINGALE

London: FREDERICK WARNE AND ©CO., Bedford Street, Covent Garden.
SORIBNER, WELVORD, AND ARMSTRONG.



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Full Text












& Co:



ERICK Whane

-OR, MOUNTED, ONE SHILLING



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Ze — mae Arh seer Ze 2
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—— Ze ee ee Oa

et er I
en AP ont nad Zs | z
NS Zz

ICE SIXPENCE



oPR




\



JO Re tetra

“NURSERY SONGS.

2.

PoLty, put the kettle on;
Polly, put the kettle on;
- Polly, put the kettle on;

———-—__—___—_

LP
UP PICCADILLY.

THE coachman takes his stand,
And when he meets a pretty girl,
He takes her by the hand.
Whip away for ever, oh!
Drive away so clever, oh!
All the way to Bristol, oh!
He drives her four-in-Hand.

3.

And let’s have some tea! Poor thing!

Sukey, take it off again ;
Sukey, take it off again ;
Sukey, take it off again ;

Hell sit in a barn,

-They’re all gone away! Poor thing!

4 and 5.

Tom, he was a piper’s son; :
He learned to play when he was young ;
And all.the tune that he could play
Was—“ Over the hills, and far away !—
Over the hills, and a great way off,

And the wind will blow my topknot off !”

Now, Tom, with his pipe, made such a noise,

That he pleased both the girls and boys,

And they stopped to hear him play
“ Over the hills, and far away !”

Tom, with his pipe, did play with such skill,

That those who heard him could never keep still :
Whenever they heard, they began for to dance—
Even pigs on their hind-legs would after him prance !

As Dolly was milking her cow one day,

Tom took out his pipe; and began for to play;

So Doll and the cow danced the “ Cheshire round,”
Till the pail was broke, and the milk on the ground!

Tue north wind doth blow,
And we shall have snow, ‘
And what will poor Robin do en,

And keep himself warm,
And hide his head under his wit

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NURSERY SONGS.
He met old Dame Trot with a basket of eggs:
He used his pipe, and she used her legs ;
She danced about till the eggs were all broke—
She began for to fret, but he laughed at the joke!
He saw a cross,fellow was beating an ass
Heavy laden with pots, pans, dishes, and glass ;
He took out his pipe, and played them a tune,
And the jackass’s load was lightened full soon !
6. .
LittLe Jack Horner” He put in his thumb,
Sat in the corner,» ‘ And pulled out a plum, "
Eating a Christmas pie; And said, “ What a good boy am I!”
2
Jounny shall have a new bonnet, : . Here’s a leg for a stocking,
And Johnny shall go to the fair, And here’s a foot for a shoe;
And Johnny shall have a blue ribbon, And he has a kiss for his daddy,
To tie up his bonny brown hair! _ â„¢ And*one for his mammy, I trow.
And why may not I love Johnny? And why may not I love Johnny?
And why may not Johnny love me? | And why may not Johnny loveme? —
And why may not I love Johnny, And why may not I love Johnny,
As well as another body ? _As well as another body?
8.
Trere was an old woman as I’ve heard tell, | When the old woman first did awake,
She went to market her eggs for to sell ; She began to shiver, and she began: to
She went to market all on a market day, shake ; ‘ an pos
And she went to sleep on the Queen’s high- — She began to wonder, and shebegantocry, —
way ! “ Lauk-a-daisy on me, this can't be I! = *
There came by a pedlar, whose name was “But if I be I, as I hope I be, og *
Stout; _ : . I have a little dog at home, and he7ll 33
He cut her petticoats all round about, know me: ©
He cfit her petticoats up to the knees, If I be I, he will wag his little tail, =»
Which made the old woman to shiver and And if it be not I, heswill loudly bark and *.
freeze. wail |” rt hee v



Home went’ the little woman all in the dark; f
‘Up gopehetittie dogs and hebegan to bark |
“tTe’ began to bark, so she began to cry,

“Oh deary, deary me! this is none of I!”

ie WS eR at poe








WARNE’S
“ EXCELSIOR” TOY BOOKS.

| Ln liirge cronn 8¢o, price 6d. cach, with handsome Wrapper 3
| or mounted on Linen, 48, each.
|

1. RED RIDING-HOOD
2, COCK ROBIN’S DEATH
3. HORSES .
4. OLD MOTHER HUBBARD
5. DOGS
6. THE BOOK OF TRADES
7. THE CHILDREN IN THE WOOD
8. THE SUNDAY ABC
__§¢ EDITH’S ALPHABET
“19, THE OBJECT ALPHABET
ll. JACK IN THE BOX
12. OUR PETS
13. PUNCH AND JUDY
14, CINDERELLA os
is. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT
16. NURSERY RHYME ALPHABET.
17. COCK ROBIN’S COURTSHIP oe
18s, THE ZOOLOGICAL GARDENS
19. GULLIVER’S TRAVELS
20. NURSERY NUMBERS
21. THE BANQUET OF BIRDS
2. NURSERY LULLABIES ~
23, THE ROBINS
24, THE SILLY LITTLE BAA-LAMS
25, THE TINY TEA-PARTY
26, THE ALEXANDRA ALPHABET
27. THE STORY OF MOSES
28. THE STORY OF RUTH
29. THE STORY OF DANIEL
3). THE PRODIGAL SON .
31. THE PILGRIMS PROGRESS
3. WATTS’ HYMNS
. 33. ROBINSON CRUSOE
34. AUNT EASY’S ALPHABET
33. THE HOME ALPHABET
3%. .THE COMIC ALPHABET
37. NURSERY RHYMES
_38. NURSERY SONGS
39. NURSERY DITTIES

>





AUNT LOUISA'S SUNDAY BOOKS.

. a i
In demy 4to., Pictiire Covers, price 1s. cach ;
or mounted on Linen, 2s. each.
Yale

3 e. fe PROVERBS OF SOLOMON
a) ¥ 3. THE STORY OF KING DAVID
ie. 4, THE WONDERS OF PROVIDENCE
5. THE PARABLES OF OUR LORD
. CHILDREN OF THE OLD TESTAMENT
7, CHILDREN OF THE NEW TESTAMENT
& THE CHILDHOOD OF CHRIST

i

ce
S

New York:



WARNES NURSERY. LITERATURE

® AUNT LOUISA’S
LONDON TOY BOOKS,

With jarge Original Page Plates by the First’ Artists, in
the very best Style of Colour Printing, with
Letterpress Descriptions,

In demy 4to, price \s. each, Picture Covers ;
or nounted on Linen, 28. each,

1. THE RAILWAY ABC
2...A, APPLE PIE
3. NURSERY RHYMES
4, CHILDHOOD’S HAPPY HOURS
5. NURSERY SONGS
6. THE LIFE OF A DOLL
7, EDITH AND MILLY’S HOUSEKEEPING
%. JOHN GOLPIN
9. SING A SONG OF SIXPENCE
10, THE SEA-SIDE
11. THE ROBIN’S CHRISTMAS EVE
12, ROBIN HOOD AND HIS MERRY MEN
14. FRISKY THE SQUIRREL
15, COUNTRY PETS
16. PUSSY’S LONDON LIFE
17. HECTOR THE DOG
is. DICK WHITTINGTON
1°. DIAMONDS AND TOADS.
2. LILY SWEETBRIAR’S BIRTHDAY
21. UNCLE’S FARMYARD
2, THE LONDON ALPHABET
23. THE COUNTRY ALPHABET .
24. THE ALPHABET OF GAMES AND SPORTS
23. HOUSEHOLD PETS
2, THE BIRTHDAY PARTY
30. KING, QUEEN, AND KNAVE OF HEARTS
31. COCK ROBIN’S COURTSHIP, MARRIAGE, DEAT
. \@AND BURIAL wwe
2. CHILDREN’S LULLABIES _ pe

33. THE NURSERY ALPHABET

34. GOOD CHILDREN
33. BRI HE BE :
36. DAME TROT AND HER CAT

37, HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS

38. PUNCH AND JUDY _ SR

39. MWY CHILDREN. ;

40. JACK AND JILL " ‘
41, THE FAITHFUL FRIEND

42, THE TEN LITTLE NIGGERS

W ARNE’S

, CHILDREN'S MUSiO BOOKS,

Beate WORDS, HYMNS, ke.

WITH -APPROL
In demy oblong, price ONT eet? ING each, sewed,

1. THE CHILDREN’S HO pa ea
2. SONGS FOR OUR LITTLE FRIENDS

3, THE CHILDREN’S MUSICAL GEM > Pm
4, THE NURSERY NIGHTINGALE

London: FREDERICK WARNE AND ©CO., Bedford Street, Covent Garden.
SORIBNER, WELVORD, AND ARMSTRONG.



CAMDEN PRESS, LONDON, N.We

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