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Dolls housekeeping

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Title:
Dolls housekeeping
Series Title:
Verse books for children, 2nd series
Creator:
Ewing, Juliana Horatia Gatty, 1841-1885
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge (Great Britain) ( Publisher )
E. & J.B. Young & Co ( Publisher )
Emrik & Binger ( Lithographer )
Place of Publication:
London
New York
Publisher:
Society for Promoting Christian Knowledge
E. & J.B. Young & Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
32 p. : col. ill. ; 16 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children -- Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry ( lcsh )
Conduct of life -- Juvenile poetry ( lcsh )
Dolls -- Juvenile poetry ( lcsh )
Housekeeping -- Juvenile poetry ( lcsh )
Bldn -- 1886
Genre:
poetry ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Date of publication from inscription.
General Note:
Chromolithographed by Emrik & Binger.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
Statement of Responsibility:
written by Juliana Horatia Ewing ; depicted by Richard André.

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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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67839223 ( OCLC )

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Contents
thi¢ Bok

ie Thouge lourldin
& Repair’s. é

BB ee Pave

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ouse build
h BS ding 2 Alaiter is building
Repairs : a nev) house, bul T’ve had
Zi one piven to me for my own .
Brick +e, Wilh a While Widow,and bla Sy
where Y oudhf fo be Slass, and the chimney, ==)
yellow) ‘Like stone
Brother Ball anade-me fhe shelves wilh his
fool box, and the Tolole Thad ‘before, and The
pestle and mortar; ,
Gn? Mother Save oe
fe jam-=pot When it
was emply, il’s tather
‘bis, but u’s the only
pot wWe have that
will teally
- hold water.














































































































































| ae cn one ou Know),|
emima,m Lt For ts a a Dolls ee *n

ethinos are real, like the nutme?-drdter,
lolity tthe u 19089 pe a roa ee a rou) 66















became é others:
Gutone never’ car ell wWhal becomes gyanythin$ When one has brother's)

a



8

- oe es ——— ee ese = L = a a

gemima is much smaller han Lam, and , being
made of Wood, she is Fin,
She takes up foo much room inside, (/ oof she con
lie oufgide!] on The Hoof without lbreakih
Teapieh Tdi ce

Praxdin room









=

Cen
o
oF

Pt







16 pur her in When
A wDent To really eook.

sr en eel









Eris



L have to have fhe kitchen-talle
outside as if is,and the pestte -an@-
morlor is rather too heavy for if, |
ano everbody ean look.









There's no front door fo fhe
house, because there's no front
fo have a door in, and beside,
Ty there Were, L could nr play
wu anything, for LT should nr
Know how fo det inside. |
































Sl never heard Gfa
ouse Wilh only one room, a pt the
Debie ank G i Wasa stall he
Toon't quite Know) what thati ig; but |
itis nt a house, and ifserved hi hi m for partour





















wn






— e 7 er $ ‘Says at whilst he
faa about he Thole eT ll ada ona wins.









ill says he Il nail m
eter oa an o i Tea |

7 = se
wa



| t
|
|
| i

|

Fathers house | is not finished, Hough the nhs
jor now the builder says will be





all wWron There is not another oo 16 on
Enea m ig is a one nee FRow. Ms Seu a a Bu
fook of € Toof to maRe a new one o
€ poant is ‘Very much venatehen. out he Wade that’s nothing,
for uw must have had a new coal;
And he means to pain’ if for me, inside and oul, When he
“paints his oun b ‘boat.







| Theres a sad hole inthe floor, buf Bill says the Wood
ig ag rotten as rotten can be:
COhich Was Why he made sucha mess of the side With
ete tring to put real flags
{ a INthE Window, Through
Which one can sée
AC









Bill says he
believisthat 4

the shortest plan Would be fo make a new Doll's
house with properrooms, inthe repular’ Way.









<


















Which Was what the
luilper said to eee
ae ae warted-to build
inthe old front; and

Toda

Theard himtell him, |
‘the ol 19 materials a
were no good To ude:
and oe
the expense of
one Away.


























albleto pla ay!
| at Dolls
a aingfor all
THETHINGS « are
a away ee
abox;

foxcept
demima and.
The Cae
an@- mort ar:
ang-they re i
in the botfom |
| raw er ul
my Sug day ”

frocks.

















16

| 1 almost wish | hao) Kept the house as it Wag before. |
We managed very Well voith a painted window ano) |
without a front goor”
| ] Qont Know Whot” Hather means fo Yo with his house,
but if ever’mine is finished, I'll never’ have it_
altered any more: Sask Ne es



an






aS one

- ond
y/ aeuide - Shiai
‘Repair’































































































































































































































































When I $0 to Tea With tne litte
Smiths, there are e1oh of them tere, but there's
only one of me,

Which makes if nof go easy to have a fancy Tea-parly |

as if there were two orihpce.

I had a tea-party on my Bey but Joe Smith |

Save tt cant have. weer Because as‘to a tea-partY With only one tea- cup

ano no Téa pot, Sugar; basin, cream, ju9,

or’ slop-bagin he never’ heard of such a

Thing under the sun,,



|
|

\



|





There Who coul

zs 18

But it wags a Very bid tea-cup, an@ quite full of
milk and water, and, You see,

Sere Wasnt a ae



really drink,
milk dg wate
except Towel
De fi

zl




























é dolls can onl preten®,
and) then iP Waghes Re paint
off their lips,

ind what Charles the
canary Orinks isnt worth
speaking of for be takes
such wie) small gips.





pteerinen a ann i cer tee — = 20

Jo € says a
Kitéhen- chair’




isn'Pa table:
but i?Phag
of four legs
an a te
so Would
be if Meback








And tat does
for Charles

to perch on,
and | have to
put the Prince
op Wales to lean
againstit; because
his legs have no joints

to sifon a chair









































































































































































Wasnt there. |

|



|
|





That's the small oll.
| I cali Rim the Prince
| of Wales because he's
| the eldest gon,

| OUuUSEE;

For I’ve ‘taken him for
| my brother, and he Was

| mother’s Doll before il
Wag born, go of course
Reis older’ than me

1
!

r





j





Togo is my real
live brother’ but’ I Oont

think hes as olS as the
| Hance of Wales:

|

|





















over bec eg

if we all haa

Esa perfec Darrin though é whisk¢ ever To
|) near,ano Hell nim Tereaeud whatwe ca %
tails.















Ne air curts like ae in
poubre oe short like a] 10N

ne vw ould a




NS

Soe

a ont,
ching,
oO one Need be {righ htened),

r he’s ag 3009) as 9009;
Ane as to roarin $ like a real

i Menagerie lon, or eatin
i Breck up, LOont believe











Mi MI tO ct nce eee ee SRN es Ee et RE, ee.
Re has his tea out of He saucer aftér’ I've Rad mine out of
€ cup:
You see lam sure to leave some for him but rf I let’
= “hin begin first’ he Woul8 9rinkvitall up. — ~
EEE The bag Doll
odmamma
oe ME this
inthoay, and
the chair she |











Toys, but 1 take
een care
em, ang eve y
birthday |
shall have
more an®
more)



| fae . iBea What a oe, Doll she is, an® when
inch ker’ 1 Emdgodle, she can. Squeaks.

bieie quite fri ahiened Toaserr for he owe know) tial any of

|__us but he’and I ar@ Charles were able To speako.





25

| Ive token her for my only sister, for of course [ moxy

toke anybody LT choose. |
ve eolled her Cinderella, becauge Pm so fond of
the story , and) because she’s got real ghoeg.
L don't feel go only now there are
so many of us; for, eountind
Cinderella
here Ore

Ee

\
i















—S

| She, and Tanda Towser, an? Charles,
and the Prinee of Wales- and three of us are really olive;







an speak, and I’m sure fhe Prince of



Gnd four of us e

}

Wales is Wonderful jor. Ts Suge j
For his things (af least he’s onl? dot one Thing) take off” and on,
and, Though he's nothing but wood, he’s dot real lass eyes.

ae Bete
|
|
|
|

at



















: ae

eran dn ree birth da V
Bs Le the Smiths, for Sive a



more there may be as many of |
Three moke ecghr; _ er











T shall be seven
Years old then
(as ol? as Joe),
‘bout L don't like
fo Think foo mach,
of tal 8 os0
Lond To Waal.
And after all
TL dont Know
That Lavont
any more





Td rather
my sister
hae) a ehaur
Take THINE |
and the next
ear Eocheals
NR eee eollar
Sor eb sen if

uf wouldn’l rub

off his hair

of WS: Ithink

Aenteeninon













And i? Would be very nice |
if The inee of Wales could) be.
Qressed Like a Field Mos shal,
for Re’s dof nothuye on hts ‘Legs
Jno Cinderella's beautifully
Dressed, and “loser looks
quite as Gite =



























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Take Ou

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and Truly Brows how aquatic lowser_.
ang Llove each otker.









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| My Ana then he says,” Vou cant possibly have fan swith four!
“people when you have to pretend What They say.”











But whatever he says.t don’t lbelieve L shall ever eryoy H
a tta-party more than the one tha? We hag on that
day LoD











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Full Text





Bouse:
K alia EP IN

“Written E by
ulian aor ordfa Ewing







The Baldwin Library

University
RmB ve
Florida


De Ht a











Dine bulluns: Be
Repairs / /

In, only Se yy 4






Written ‘by Talrana Roratta Ewind:
-Pretured by Eee [indre:








ind



id
in

ae ati

her Wri

icha rd

Ri

ana

lia

uU



i

E.
ae



Draw



Ings.

LS:

fh






Chr om olifho: P|
Emr )





Bink: § a ad |
15 i |
Viotuel |

c C; y A

|
|
|
|
|













Contents
thi¢ Bok

ie Thouge lourldin
& Repair’s. é

BB ee Pave

2:Eln only Ghild’s














ouse build
h BS ding 2 Alaiter is building
Repairs : a nev) house, bul T’ve had
Zi one piven to me for my own .
Brick +e, Wilh a While Widow,and bla Sy
where Y oudhf fo be Slass, and the chimney, ==)
yellow) ‘Like stone
Brother Ball anade-me fhe shelves wilh his
fool box, and the Tolole Thad ‘before, and The
pestle and mortar; ,
Gn? Mother Save oe
fe jam-=pot When it
was emply, il’s tather
‘bis, but u’s the only
pot wWe have that
will teally
- hold water.











































































































































| ae cn one ou Know),|
emima,m Lt For ts a a Dolls ee *n

ethinos are real, like the nutme?-drdter,
lolity tthe u 19089 pe a roa ee a rou) 66












became é others:
Gutone never’ car ell wWhal becomes gyanythin$ When one has brother's)

a
8

- oe es ——— ee ese = L = a a

gemima is much smaller han Lam, and , being
made of Wood, she is Fin,
She takes up foo much room inside, (/ oof she con
lie oufgide!] on The Hoof without lbreakih
Teapieh Tdi ce

Praxdin room









=

Cen
o
oF

Pt







16 pur her in When
A wDent To really eook.

sr en eel






Eris



L have to have fhe kitchen-talle
outside as if is,and the pestte -an@-
morlor is rather too heavy for if, |
ano everbody ean look.









There's no front door fo fhe
house, because there's no front
fo have a door in, and beside,
Ty there Were, L could nr play
wu anything, for LT should nr
Know how fo det inside. |





























Sl never heard Gfa
ouse Wilh only one room, a pt the
Debie ank G i Wasa stall he
Toon't quite Know) what thati ig; but |
itis nt a house, and ifserved hi hi m for partour


















wn






— e 7 er $ ‘Says at whilst he
faa about he Thole eT ll ada ona wins.









ill says he Il nail m
eter oa an o i Tea |

7 = se
wa
| t
|
|
| i

|

Fathers house | is not finished, Hough the nhs
jor now the builder says will be





all wWron There is not another oo 16 on
Enea m ig is a one nee FRow. Ms Seu a a Bu
fook of € Toof to maRe a new one o
€ poant is ‘Very much venatehen. out he Wade that’s nothing,
for uw must have had a new coal;
And he means to pain’ if for me, inside and oul, When he
“paints his oun b ‘boat.




| Theres a sad hole inthe floor, buf Bill says the Wood
ig ag rotten as rotten can be:
COhich Was Why he made sucha mess of the side With
ete tring to put real flags
{ a INthE Window, Through
Which one can sée
AC









Bill says he
believisthat 4

the shortest plan Would be fo make a new Doll's
house with properrooms, inthe repular’ Way.









<















Which Was what the
luilper said to eee
ae ae warted-to build
inthe old front; and

Toda

Theard himtell him, |
‘the ol 19 materials a
were no good To ude:
and oe
the expense of
one Away.























albleto pla ay!
| at Dolls
a aingfor all
THETHINGS « are
a away ee
abox;

foxcept
demima and.
The Cae
an@- mort ar:
ang-they re i
in the botfom |
| raw er ul
my Sug day ”

frocks.














16

| 1 almost wish | hao) Kept the house as it Wag before. |
We managed very Well voith a painted window ano) |
without a front goor”
| ] Qont Know Whot” Hather means fo Yo with his house,
but if ever’mine is finished, I'll never’ have it_
altered any more: Sask Ne es



an






aS one

- ond
y/ aeuide - Shiai
‘Repair’




























































































































































































































































When I $0 to Tea With tne litte
Smiths, there are e1oh of them tere, but there's
only one of me,

Which makes if nof go easy to have a fancy Tea-parly |

as if there were two orihpce.

I had a tea-party on my Bey but Joe Smith |

Save tt cant have. weer Because as‘to a tea-partY With only one tea- cup

ano no Téa pot, Sugar; basin, cream, ju9,

or’ slop-bagin he never’ heard of such a

Thing under the sun,,



|
|

\



|


There Who coul

zs 18

But it wags a Very bid tea-cup, an@ quite full of
milk and water, and, You see,

Sere Wasnt a ae



really drink,
milk dg wate
except Towel
De fi

zl

























é dolls can onl preten®,
and) then iP Waghes Re paint
off their lips,

ind what Charles the
canary Orinks isnt worth
speaking of for be takes
such wie) small gips.


pteerinen a ann i cer tee — = 20

Jo € says a
Kitéhen- chair’




isn'Pa table:
but i?Phag
of four legs
an a te
so Would
be if Meback








And tat does
for Charles

to perch on,
and | have to
put the Prince
op Wales to lean
againstit; because
his legs have no joints

to sifon a chair









































































































































































Wasnt there. |

|



|
|


That's the small oll.
| I cali Rim the Prince
| of Wales because he's
| the eldest gon,

| OUuUSEE;

For I’ve ‘taken him for
| my brother, and he Was

| mother’s Doll before il
Wag born, go of course
Reis older’ than me

1
!

r





j





Togo is my real
live brother’ but’ I Oont

think hes as olS as the
| Hance of Wales:

|

|


















over bec eg

if we all haa

Esa perfec Darrin though é whisk¢ ever To
|) near,ano Hell nim Tereaeud whatwe ca %
tails.












Ne air curts like ae in
poubre oe short like a] 10N

ne vw ould a




NS

Soe

a ont,
ching,
oO one Need be {righ htened),

r he’s ag 3009) as 9009;
Ane as to roarin $ like a real

i Menagerie lon, or eatin
i Breck up, LOont believe








Mi MI tO ct nce eee ee SRN es Ee et RE, ee.
Re has his tea out of He saucer aftér’ I've Rad mine out of
€ cup:
You see lam sure to leave some for him but rf I let’
= “hin begin first’ he Woul8 9rinkvitall up. — ~
EEE The bag Doll
odmamma
oe ME this
inthoay, and
the chair she |











Toys, but 1 take
een care
em, ang eve y
birthday |
shall have
more an®
more)



| fae . iBea What a oe, Doll she is, an® when
inch ker’ 1 Emdgodle, she can. Squeaks.

bieie quite fri ahiened Toaserr for he owe know) tial any of

|__us but he’and I ar@ Charles were able To speako.


25

| Ive token her for my only sister, for of course [ moxy

toke anybody LT choose. |
ve eolled her Cinderella, becauge Pm so fond of
the story , and) because she’s got real ghoeg.
L don't feel go only now there are
so many of us; for, eountind
Cinderella
here Ore

Ee

\
i















—S

| She, and Tanda Towser, an? Charles,
and the Prinee of Wales- and three of us are really olive;




an speak, and I’m sure fhe Prince of



Gnd four of us e

}

Wales is Wonderful jor. Ts Suge j
For his things (af least he’s onl? dot one Thing) take off” and on,
and, Though he's nothing but wood, he’s dot real lass eyes.

ae Bete
|
|
|
|

at



















: ae

eran dn ree birth da V
Bs Le the Smiths, for Sive a



more there may be as many of |
Three moke ecghr; _ er








T shall be seven
Years old then
(as ol? as Joe),
‘bout L don't like
fo Think foo mach,
of tal 8 os0
Lond To Waal.
And after all
TL dont Know
That Lavont
any more





Td rather
my sister
hae) a ehaur
Take THINE |
and the next
ear Eocheals
NR eee eollar
Sor eb sen if

uf wouldn’l rub

off his hair

of WS: Ithink

Aenteeninon










And i? Would be very nice |
if The inee of Wales could) be.
Qressed Like a Field Mos shal,
for Re’s dof nothuye on hts ‘Legs
Jno Cinderella's beautifully
Dressed, and “loser looks
quite as Gite =
























29 ae















S Phot? T ean?
Take Ou

Pom er









































































and Truly Brows how aquatic lowser_.
ang Llove each otker.






a ;

a e








\ AI \
Ws
\ \
NN

i \

1 WAN \

MN | ate oe
SAN | i iN
AN

iN



| My Ana then he says,” Vou cant possibly have fan swith four!
“people when you have to pretend What They say.”








But whatever he says.t don’t lbelieve L shall ever eryoy H
a tta-party more than the one tha? We hag on that
day LoD








22h 754 F




Sa fet
rb TRRR OE





es



: S : [usttated bY R: Andre OX ODE.







pee ea) York y



, eee nee

p a SERS BYounpX Ce: