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The ABC of nature

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Title:
The ABC of nature
Creator:
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
New York
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McLoughlin Bros.
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English
Physical Description:
14 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.

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Natural history -- Juvenile literature ( lcsh )
Alphabet rhymes -- 1884 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1884
Genre:
Alphabet rhymes ( rbgenr )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
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United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

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NUC
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Cover title.
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"Printed on linen."
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Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).

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University of Florida
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2 Bo OF NATURE.

stands for he. a we cast
"tm the sea,
To hold’ te ship fast where we
i wish it to be.

B stands for the Baker who makes
men their bread,
The. ereat stall of life on which

nations are fed.

stands for a Chinaman; here one
you see -
Walking amidst his plantations of
tea.

for oe oer deserts he
: _ strays,

And goes without water for many
| long days.



EK stands for Elk, in Sold countries |

he’s found; |

With Elks the American forests
abound.

4) stands tor the Hinit that in sum-
ier We Cal).
And find so refreshingly cooling and
Sweet.

stands or Giraffe, which 1s able,
you see,
MW@ cat the top leaves irom the
branch of a tree.

for Hippopotamus, savage and
strong;

By the African marshes he wanders
along.











stands for the Indian, with arrow
and bow,

the fierce Jaguar his weapon
brings low.
















stands for Kangaroos, sitting and
leaping ;
Hunters to kill them a keen watch
are keeping.

stands for the Lion, of forests
the king;
With terrible roaring he makes the
woods ring.

stands for the Mill, where by
waters great powr,
The wheat 1s ground down to a
very fine flour.



N stands for a Nabob, a lord of
the East, |
Who likes on strong coffee and
sweetmeats to feast.

O stands for Ourang-outang, savage
and wild,

With the strength of a giant--the
sense of a child.

stands for the Peacock, a bird
very vain
Of feathers he sweeps on the earth
like a train.

(nds for Quadrille, which the”

little ones dance

As well, we all think, as the children
in France.





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oe hoe



eS eee pons



ae

All

OO a eet
Ss ae SS eee





stands for Reindeer, very swiftly
it goes |

When carrying the Laplander over

the snows.





S stands for the Sea-Horse, a strange
fish is he,

Who clings to the sea-weed, and lives

in the sea.





stands for the Tiger, a terrible
beast,
That lives in the jungles and woods

of the East.





stands: for the Uhlan, a soldier
SO gay,

In the armies of Prussia, you'll find
him to-day.







| V stands for the Vulture, a fierce
bird of prey:

for the Walrus, who sports in
the spray.




x stands for the Xiphias, a sword-
fish is he,

That can pierce the thick sides of a

vessel at sea.





stands for the Yak, like a cow
she gives milk. |

With a coat of rich cream-color,

glossy as silk.»






stands for a Zebra, whose ele-
gant shape :

The sculptor, we think, for his model

might take.






site

pepe ET









ALPHABET OF NATURE.”













Alphabet, Anchor, Animal, Aur,
Bachelor, Bulldog, Beggarman, Bear.
Chinaman, Calabash, Calamus, Corn,
Duke, Dromedary, Dairy-maid, Dawn.
Elk, Eagle, Evergreen, Engineer, Eat,
Fable, Finger-bowl, Fairy-land, Feet.
Garrison, Gate-keeper, Gallipot, Game,
Hero, Hackman, Honey-bee, Hame.
Icelander, Indian, Infant-school, III,
Javelin, Jack-knife, Jelly-fish, Jill.
Katy-did, Kitten, Kid-napper, King,
Lemonade, Lady, Lolly-pop, Ling.



5, West Grove,
Oe eT oT eT eT "aS @

Pea ieee er nye
}

Mackerel, Mermaid, Magistrate, Moat,
Nautilus, Nabob, Needle-gun, Note.
Oil, Ogre, Orangeman, Obelisk, Oak,
Piper, Pack-horse, Pellican, Poke.
Quit, Quarterly, Quadruped, Quince,
Rabbit, Ringdove, Raspberry, Rinse.
Sacrifice, Saddler, Sour-krout, Sack,
Tamarind, Tabby-cat, Telegraph, Tack.
Under, Umbrella, Unlucky, Unlace,
Virgin, Vice, Violet, Viper-like, Vase.
Whip-lash, Willow, Wilderness, W hist,
Xylograph, Xebee, Xithias, Xyst.

Yucatan, Yellow-bird, Yataghan, Yew,

Zincograph, Zouave, Zo-o-lite, Zoo.





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I stands for the Indian, with arrow
and bow,
J the fierce Jaguar his weapon
brings low.

KZ stands for Kangaroos, sitting and
leaping;
Hunters to kill them a keen watch
are keeping.

L stands for the Lion, of forests
the king;
With terrible roaring he makes the
woods ring.

NA stands for the Mill, where by
water s great pow'r,
"The wheat is ground down to a
very fine flour.





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To hold the ship fast where we
wish it to be.
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men their bread,
The great staff of life on which
nations are fed.
.C stands for a Chinaman; here one
you see
Walking amidst his plantations of
tea.

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strays,
And goes without water for many
long days.






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the East,
Who likes on strong coffee and
sweetmeats to feast.

0 stands for Ourang-outang, savage
and wild,
With the strength of a giant--the
sense of a child.

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very vain
Of feathers he sweeps on the earth
like a train.

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With a coat of rich cream-color,
glossy as silk.

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The sculptor, we think, for his model
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When carrying the Laplander over
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2 Bo OF NATURE.

stands for he. a we cast
"tm the sea,
To hold’ te ship fast where we
i wish it to be.

B stands for the Baker who makes
men their bread,
The. ereat stall of life on which

nations are fed.

stands for a Chinaman; here one
you see -
Walking amidst his plantations of
tea.

for oe oer deserts he
: _ strays,

And goes without water for many
| long days.
EK stands for Elk, in Sold countries |

he’s found; |

With Elks the American forests
abound.

4) stands tor the Hinit that in sum-
ier We Cal).
And find so refreshingly cooling and
Sweet.

stands or Giraffe, which 1s able,
you see,
MW@ cat the top leaves irom the
branch of a tree.

for Hippopotamus, savage and
strong;

By the African marshes he wanders
along.


stands for the Indian, with arrow
and bow,

the fierce Jaguar his weapon
brings low.
















stands for Kangaroos, sitting and
leaping ;
Hunters to kill them a keen watch
are keeping.

stands for the Lion, of forests
the king;
With terrible roaring he makes the
woods ring.

stands for the Mill, where by
waters great powr,
The wheat 1s ground down to a
very fine flour.
N stands for a Nabob, a lord of
the East, |
Who likes on strong coffee and
sweetmeats to feast.

O stands for Ourang-outang, savage
and wild,

With the strength of a giant--the
sense of a child.

stands for the Peacock, a bird
very vain
Of feathers he sweeps on the earth
like a train.

(nds for Quadrille, which the”

little ones dance

As well, we all think, as the children
in France.


ti ad Na,

oe hoe



eS eee pons
ae

All

OO a eet
Ss ae SS eee


stands for Reindeer, very swiftly
it goes |

When carrying the Laplander over

the snows.





S stands for the Sea-Horse, a strange
fish is he,

Who clings to the sea-weed, and lives

in the sea.





stands for the Tiger, a terrible
beast,
That lives in the jungles and woods

of the East.





stands: for the Uhlan, a soldier
SO gay,

In the armies of Prussia, you'll find
him to-day.




| V stands for the Vulture, a fierce
bird of prey:

for the Walrus, who sports in
the spray.




x stands for the Xiphias, a sword-
fish is he,

That can pierce the thick sides of a

vessel at sea.





stands for the Yak, like a cow
she gives milk. |

With a coat of rich cream-color,

glossy as silk.»






stands for a Zebra, whose ele-
gant shape :

The sculptor, we think, for his model

might take.



site

pepe ET



ALPHABET OF NATURE.”













Alphabet, Anchor, Animal, Aur,
Bachelor, Bulldog, Beggarman, Bear.
Chinaman, Calabash, Calamus, Corn,
Duke, Dromedary, Dairy-maid, Dawn.
Elk, Eagle, Evergreen, Engineer, Eat,
Fable, Finger-bowl, Fairy-land, Feet.
Garrison, Gate-keeper, Gallipot, Game,
Hero, Hackman, Honey-bee, Hame.
Icelander, Indian, Infant-school, III,
Javelin, Jack-knife, Jelly-fish, Jill.
Katy-did, Kitten, Kid-napper, King,
Lemonade, Lady, Lolly-pop, Ling.
5, West Grove,
Oe eT oT eT eT "aS @

Pea ieee er nye
}

Mackerel, Mermaid, Magistrate, Moat,
Nautilus, Nabob, Needle-gun, Note.
Oil, Ogre, Orangeman, Obelisk, Oak,
Piper, Pack-horse, Pellican, Poke.
Quit, Quarterly, Quadruped, Quince,
Rabbit, Ringdove, Raspberry, Rinse.
Sacrifice, Saddler, Sour-krout, Sack,
Tamarind, Tabby-cat, Telegraph, Tack.
Under, Umbrella, Unlucky, Unlace,
Virgin, Vice, Violet, Viper-like, Vase.
Whip-lash, Willow, Wilderness, W hist,
Xylograph, Xebee, Xithias, Xyst.

Yucatan, Yellow-bird, Yataghan, Yew,

Zincograph, Zouave, Zo-o-lite, Zoo.


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ALPHABET OF NATURE.

Alphabet, Anchor, Animal, Air,
Bachelor, Bulldog, Beggarman, Bear.
Chinaman, Calabash, Calamus, Corn,
Duke, Dromedary, Dairy-maid, Dawn.
Elk, Eagle, Evergreen, Engineer, Eat,
Fable, Finger-bowl, Fairy-land, Feet.
Garrison, Gate-keeper, Gallipot, Game,
Hero, Haekman, Honey-bee, Hame.
Icelander, Indian, Infant-school, Ill,
Javelin, Jack-knife, Jelly-fish, Jill.
Katy-did, Kitten, Kid-napper, King,
Lemonade, Lady, Lolly-pop, Ling.






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SMackerel, Mermaid, Magistate, Moat,
"Nautilus, Nabob, Needle-gun, Note.
Oil, Ogre, Orangeman, Obelisk, Oak,
Piper, Pack-horse, Pellican, Poke.
Quit, Quarterly, Quadruped, Quince,
Rabbit, Ringdove, Raspberry, Rinse.
Sacrifice, Saddler, Sour-krout, Sack,
Tamarind, Tabby-cat, Telegraph, Tack.
Under, Umbrella, Unlucky, Unlace,
Virgin, Vice, Violet, Viper-like, Vase.
Whip-lash,jW illow,Vilderness,Wvhist,
Xylograph, Xebee, Xithias, Xyst.
Yucatan, Yellow-bird, Yataghan, Yew,
Zincograph, Zouave, Zo-o-lite, Zoo.








E stands for Elk, in cold countries
he's found;
With Elks the American forests
abound.

F stands for the Fruit that in sum-
mer we eat,
And find so refreshingly cooling and
sweet.

f stands for Giraffe, which is able,
you see,
"To eat the top leaves from the
branch of a tree.


H for Hippopotamus, savage and
strong;
By the African marshes he wanders
along.