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Ridicula rediviva

Material Information

Title:
Ridicula rediviva
Creator:
Rogers, J. E
Macmillan & Co ( Publisher )
R. Clay, Sons and Taylor ( Printer )
Place of Publication:
London
Publisher:
Macmillan and Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[23] leaves of plates : ill. ; 21 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Nursery rhymes ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1878 ( rbgenr )
Juvenile literature -- 1878 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1878
Genre:
Nursery rhymes ( rbgenr )
Children's literature ( fast )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
At head of title: Nursery rhymes.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
Statement of Responsibility:
by J.E. Rogers ; printed in colours by R. Clay, Sons, and Taylor.

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University of Florida
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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:
023641528 ( ALEPH )
23274722 ( OCLC )
AHL7652 ( NOTIS )

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NURSERY RHYMES



RIDICULA REDIVIVA

BY

‘| Ee wocers





PRINTED IN COLOURS

ISP NE ay (OI NG, (S(O) IN| Sh AINA) 90 IR AE KO} IB





Rondon:
MACMILLAN AND. CO.




1878,



ttle Miss Muffet,
Shesaton pcaiet :
Gating of curdsand whey; 2
ee es er, it
on on
nd frightend Miss Muffet
igi cae

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hree wise menof Gotham
ent tosea ina bowl:
f thebow! had been stronger,
ysong had been longer.





Ay

will sing youasong though its |
not ‘ ti : of ek

and the sparrow : of the little dog |

that burned bis tail : and thelittle |

| boythat must be whipt to-morrow. |





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man Pe eee Rogate ,

Find wished to leapoverahig
Says the owner. “Go round
With yourgun and your hound,
For you never shall leap ae my
gate. ° |

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erewasalittle man;and hehad
alittle gun-and his bullets were made
Of lead, lead, lead. He went tothebrook
pand aa oe duck, and he
er right through the
head - head- head.





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clack Sprat could ent no fat,
{is wife could eat no lean,

And so betwixt them bath
hey lick dtheplatter clean.









































ittle Jack Jelf

as put onthe shelf
ecause he would not spell
henhis aunt()"Grace[ pie
aw his sorrowful face,

ld not help sayin
E COU ae ying





w oes your ar
psilverbellsanbcockle





Bees Jittle Miss laily |
= Pou'redrendfully silly
0 wear suct avery lonoskirt
f you take my advice.
Vou would old itup nice,
ee And not let it trail inthedirt.





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queen was in fe pairiou ae
@ joney ; ‘h 4 oe a ind 3
ran out the clothes “hen .

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re walking out one Sunday, VIE Rt
Says Tommy Snooks to Bessy Brook
“Gomorrow will be Monday”

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he cat ran up the plune-tree

— Dalf-a-crown
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i?

Cy

,









NURSERY RHYMES



RIDICULA REDIVIVA

BY

‘| Ee wocers





PRINTED IN COLOURS

ISP NE ay (OI NG, (S(O) IN| Sh AINA) 90 IR AE KO} IB





Rondon:
MACMILLAN AND. CO.




1878,
ttle Miss Muffet,
Shesaton pcaiet :
Gating of curdsand whey; 2
ee es er, it
on on
nd frightend Miss Muffet
igi cae

eside her,






ZEA
<< SS
ew

hree wise menof Gotham
ent tosea ina bowl:
f thebow! had been stronger,
ysong had been longer.


Ay

will sing youasong though its |
not ‘ ti : of ek

and the sparrow : of the little dog |

that burned bis tail : and thelittle |

| boythat must be whipt to-morrow. |


Ber.

‘|
i
4
| Tl :
| q
TLL
LB a
iy

ittle@ ommy6 ucker,
ing Jor your supper.
hat shall he eat ?
hite bread and butter. f


man Pe eee Rogate ,

Find wished to leapoverahig
Says the owner. “Go round
With yourgun and your hound,
For you never shall leap ae my
gate. ° |

gate; i |


erewasalittle man;and hehad
alittle gun-and his bullets were made
Of lead, lead, lead. He went tothebrook
pand aa oe duck, and he
er right through the
head - head- head.


A

clack Sprat could ent no fat,
{is wife could eat no lean,

And so betwixt them bath
hey lick dtheplatter clean.






































ittle Jack Jelf

as put onthe shelf
ecause he would not spell
henhis aunt()"Grace[ pie
aw his sorrowful face,

ld not help sayin
E COU ae ying


w oes your ar
psilverbellsanbcockle


Bees Jittle Miss laily |
= Pou'redrendfully silly
0 wear suct avery lonoskirt
f you take my advice.
Vou would old itup nice,
ee And not let it trail inthedirt.


Uy 4 Up
a

ya

mss 2 Eee
SEI,
ae eas
















































ing asong Seats pocke

MY | fourandtwenty black bands hea

\\ 4 whenthe pie Sl opend. the birds began to
\ }.sing; was not thata dainty dish to set be-
\ | forethe King? he kin iim was in his cou

| ing house counting o ney the,

queen was in fe pairiou ae
@ joney ; ‘h 4 oe a ind 3
ran out the clothes “hen .

jumped a cieres me ‘ai’ snapt off


>i,
1: S.
i e

5
2
be
}

:
he

© ray goose and gander 225

aft your wings together 2=
| nO carry the good kings daughter

D ver theone-strand river. 2


t —n |

ay
ey f))
h

s Tommy Snooks and.Bessy Brooks an TE
re walking out one Sunday, VIE Rt
Says Tommy Snooks to Bessy Brook
“Gomorrow will be Monday”

imine
&s iw Pe
Lo vy.


dlety bitty dumpty
he cat ran up the plune-tree

— Dalf-a-crown
‘| Gq fetch her down

iddlety dittlery Oumpty.


v
?

‘

>
you be
Q posie
queen.
you

have
of

igmond

mai

he

10
he
d

t
mal
Tat

}
gave s

maid
S
OVEME

tty
Where

give

ett

@

ig asmmy shoe

rett
) Pret
g

b

Sather
©0
ra

pee
Woe WwW

: ee
Sp


s Iwas gomng up
inpen bill,
tapen-hill was dirty |
Chere Imeta pretty miss
Ind she dropt mea
curtsey .
ittle miss pretty miss
lessings light upon you
F Thad half acrowna day
O spend it all on you.



acky comegive methy fiddle
f ever thou mean tothrive
ay All not give my fiddle
oany man alive’.

should give my fiddle
hey Ulthink that Iigone mad
or na a joyful day

y fiddle and Lhave had.


NA lk eclock struck ten.
When un starts Robin
§ D>) And looks atthe sky, Oy
AY Oh brother Richard @)

he suns very high! Xe


e

g DX.
Lovee

?
ttle sparrow
ourfine bow andarrow

é shoot
Esp
om
| to shoot at

om wi
afi
what oid
poor li

it
a
y
Ow Crue
poor little sparrow

h
it

0

ve)

=e

S) 2
SS SOS

— (oS ——

i”

\






~ ee ee ee : SR LETS SSE SENT PTS Spe FEN aT a ee ‘ . a a ee ee me i a a
ry i r e 5 = Pe . " ; : , Ly 4
5 are z = : ° : . 7 3 } } 1 i ij “¢
“Bea . ‘ 5 : 2 Ei ; = . =~ i
be ae - r erik oe : : ; " . ;
Seen S ‘
ae ‘ ~ : ;
ac * i # = ; as :
£ ou F ‘
* 2 i peat oe =
i f
- ‘ S





x sf ;
h “. ,
os es |
eg .
~ = “e =
- Ss
% e
- 2
1
a x
: 2 ,
X .
F
3
s: + < ~
: 2 #
i s x
x
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2 a
*
|
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= q
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