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Grandmamma Easy's travels of Matty Macaroni the little organ-boy

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Title:
Grandmamma Easy's travels of Matty Macaroni the little organ-boy
Series Title:
Grandmamma Easy's new pictorial toy books
Added title page title:
Travels of Matty Macaroni, the little organ boy
Added title page title:
Matty Macaroni
Creator:
Dean & Co ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
[London]
Publisher:
Dean and Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
8 leaves : ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children's poetry -- 1840 ( lcsh )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1840 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1840
Genre:
Children's poetry ( lcsh )
Publishers' advertisements ( rbgenr )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Caption title: Matty Macaroni; the little organ-boys travels in Europe.
General Note:
Includes publisher's advertisements.
General Note:
Hand colored illustrations.
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:
028864749 ( ALEPH )
27956932 ( OCLC )
AJN8154 ( NOTIS )

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THE LITTLE ORGAN-BOY’S
TRAVELS IN EUROPE.

Little Matty Macaroni
In the pretty plate we see,
On his pipe and tabor playing;
Who so happy, now, as he?

TS





Matty, with his parents’ blessing,
Leaves his happy Alpine cot,

Half the world to travel over:
Such is little Matty's lot.

-Macaroni, is pronounced Mack-a-ro-ne.





Many miles on foot he travels,
Playing all the way to France,

Where the peasants, after labour,
Love the gay Quadrille to dance.









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Titsbecd

HS

NY Pry ees
AN ore



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On to Paris then he journeys,
Gathering sous from door to door;

There he buys a barrel organ,
With a dozen tunes or more.

Quadrille, is pronounced Ker-dril.
Sous, pronounced Soo: the French for halfpenny.

2
Vv



O'er the Pyrenees he crosses,

~ Meets Banditti on his way ;

Who begin to dance and caper,
When they hear the organ play.





Reaching Spain, in vintage season,
Soon the dance began anew ;
Here they trip the light Fandango,
And the gay Bolero, too.

Bolero, is pronounced, Bo-lee-ro.

Fandango, is pronounced Fan-dan-go.
Pyrenees, 1s pronounced Py-re-nees.



Then to Germany, he wanders,—
Graceful Waltzing here prevail :

Here they feast on German sausage,
And on Rhenish wine —



































On to liaiiana, sheds Shakes tal
windmills,
Bridges and canals, abound ;
When the last are frozen over,
Famous skaters here are found.

Rhenish, is pronounced Ren-ish.



Denmark, Norway, next he visits,
Then to snow-clad Russia hies,
Where they dance the sprightly
Polka;
Here a fur-skin cap he buys.

oe







Russia leaving, soon we find him
‘Trudging on through snow again,
To Poland, where they dance Ma-
zourkes,
And the gay Crakovienne.

Mazourka, is pronounced Ma-zur-ker.
Cracovienne, is pronounced Cra-ko-ve-en.



Mattys now in merry England,

_ Where the Country dance is seen;

« There he plays to lads and lasses,
Tripping on the village green.





On to London then he journeys,
Where he fills his pockets full:
Store of pence each day collecting,
Who so hberal as John Bull?



Then he journeyed on to Scotland,

‘There he saw the Highland Reel;





And the merry jig in Ireland,
Footing it with toe and heel.






After man
Matty to his home returned,

Sharing with his aged parents
All the money he had earned,













DEAN & Co. § ‘SPLENDID 1

THE WHOLE OF WHICH, ARE ORIGINAL,

AND



2 eS
PRICK S{tX-PENEH BACH. 8 ds) Ne







i ye £
Seceaan oe

CRANDMAMMA EASY'S NEW oe BOOKS, {

ALL ORIGINAL,—WITH LARGE COLOURED ENGRAVINGS.



V

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about Little Tom Thumb and his Mother
Grandmamma Easy’s New Little Stories about the Alphabet
Grandmamma Easy’s Merry Multiplication

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about Old Daddy Longlegs

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about Little Jack Horner, and of what his Pic was made.
Grandmamma Easy’s Michaelmas Day, or the Fate of Poor Molly Goosey

Grandmamma Easy’s Alderman’s Feast: a New Alphabet

Grandmamma Easy’s Account of the principal Public Buildings of London

Grandmamma Easy’s Pretty Stories about the Elephant

Grandmamma Easy’s Pretty Stories about the Camel

pumagesing

fae



aiyasinengeTs

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about the Queen of Hearts and the Stolen Tarts :
Grandmamma Hasy’s New Pictorial Bible Alphabet %

Grandmamma Easy’s Pictorial History of Joseph and his Brethren

Grandmamma Easy’s Toy-Shop Drolleries, or Wonders of a London Toy-Shop
@ Grandmamma Easy’s yavels of Matty Maccaroni, the Little Organ-Boy ‘
5 jos SeeeERLO OR eaTEL Oe BIER TERE ELS Ope maasCeTaREENS: soe

AUNT AFFABLE’S
ENTERTAINING & ORIGINAL TOY BOOKS,

Quarto Size, with large Coloured Engravings.

AUNT AFFABLE’S
Ball: a new Pictorial Alphabet

' Little Mouse in the Christmas Cake
Pretty Mouse and Little Frog
Old Mother Bantry and her Cat
Merry Cobbler, or what a Good Boy can do |
Cock Robin Alive and well again
Account of Uncle Sam’s Travels

eae eet *
2 aang a wane: SS on ce SDIRSLaseTs a STETS SOLS Se59 Ca RENEE e a aa es AS Gas EME sae DES

UNCLE BUNCLES

AMUSING AND ORIGINAL TOY BOOKS, :

Copy-Book Size, with Coloured Engravinge.

UNCLE BUNCLE’S
New Story about Master Nobody









kind Little Nurse, Jenny Wren.
Stories of Little Peter’s Visit to the Ferm.
Pretty Pence Table in Verse
‘Good Little Cottage Children
New Royal Alphabet
Visit to Little Johnny Green

SECTS RTO TPIES,





New London Cries Comical Boys

Story about William and Dick, and what H Interesting Adventures of Little Harry, the
Echo said to them Sailor Boy :

Stories about Dogs New Stories about Animals

Stories about Horses New A, B, C.



Stories about Carriages Lord Mayor’s Show
Stories about oo i New Stories anouy Birds

PR DAGeS TIHS SION SEED TATA





Full Text




1 “ aes ee
ZN
lit A)
VER
pe Sieeg: “0 (
iis 7S
r
&
5
ay
Hy
fs
(So “ag y + )
SS pS Wr 40 ‘
i eke WEA : hi


6
»,

TY MACARONT;

MAT










THE LITTLE ORGAN-BOY’S
TRAVELS IN EUROPE.

Little Matty Macaroni
In the pretty plate we see,
On his pipe and tabor playing;
Who so happy, now, as he?

TS





Matty, with his parents’ blessing,
Leaves his happy Alpine cot,

Half the world to travel over:
Such is little Matty's lot.

-Macaroni, is pronounced Mack-a-ro-ne.


Many miles on foot he travels,
Playing all the way to France,

Where the peasants, after labour,
Love the gay Quadrille to dance.









LEZ
Z eee

Titsbecd

HS

NY Pry ees
AN ore



y



On to Paris then he journeys,
Gathering sous from door to door;

There he buys a barrel organ,
With a dozen tunes or more.

Quadrille, is pronounced Ker-dril.
Sous, pronounced Soo: the French for halfpenny.

2
Vv
O'er the Pyrenees he crosses,

~ Meets Banditti on his way ;

Who begin to dance and caper,
When they hear the organ play.





Reaching Spain, in vintage season,
Soon the dance began anew ;
Here they trip the light Fandango,
And the gay Bolero, too.

Bolero, is pronounced, Bo-lee-ro.

Fandango, is pronounced Fan-dan-go.
Pyrenees, 1s pronounced Py-re-nees.
Then to Germany, he wanders,—
Graceful Waltzing here prevail :

Here they feast on German sausage,
And on Rhenish wine —



































On to liaiiana, sheds Shakes tal
windmills,
Bridges and canals, abound ;
When the last are frozen over,
Famous skaters here are found.

Rhenish, is pronounced Ren-ish.
Denmark, Norway, next he visits,
Then to snow-clad Russia hies,
Where they dance the sprightly
Polka;
Here a fur-skin cap he buys.

oe







Russia leaving, soon we find him
‘Trudging on through snow again,
To Poland, where they dance Ma-
zourkes,
And the gay Crakovienne.

Mazourka, is pronounced Ma-zur-ker.
Cracovienne, is pronounced Cra-ko-ve-en.
Mattys now in merry England,

_ Where the Country dance is seen;

« There he plays to lads and lasses,
Tripping on the village green.





On to London then he journeys,
Where he fills his pockets full:
Store of pence each day collecting,
Who so hberal as John Bull?
Then he journeyed on to Scotland,

‘There he saw the Highland Reel;





And the merry jig in Ireland,
Footing it with toe and heel.






After man
Matty to his home returned,

Sharing with his aged parents
All the money he had earned,










DEAN & Co. § ‘SPLENDID 1

THE WHOLE OF WHICH, ARE ORIGINAL,

AND



2 eS
PRICK S{tX-PENEH BACH. 8 ds) Ne







i ye £
Seceaan oe

CRANDMAMMA EASY'S NEW oe BOOKS, {

ALL ORIGINAL,—WITH LARGE COLOURED ENGRAVINGS.



V

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about Little Tom Thumb and his Mother
Grandmamma Easy’s New Little Stories about the Alphabet
Grandmamma Easy’s Merry Multiplication

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about Old Daddy Longlegs

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about Little Jack Horner, and of what his Pic was made.
Grandmamma Easy’s Michaelmas Day, or the Fate of Poor Molly Goosey

Grandmamma Easy’s Alderman’s Feast: a New Alphabet

Grandmamma Easy’s Account of the principal Public Buildings of London

Grandmamma Easy’s Pretty Stories about the Elephant

Grandmamma Easy’s Pretty Stories about the Camel

pumagesing

fae



aiyasinengeTs

Grandmamma Easy’s New Story about the Queen of Hearts and the Stolen Tarts :
Grandmamma Hasy’s New Pictorial Bible Alphabet %

Grandmamma Easy’s Pictorial History of Joseph and his Brethren

Grandmamma Easy’s Toy-Shop Drolleries, or Wonders of a London Toy-Shop
@ Grandmamma Easy’s yavels of Matty Maccaroni, the Little Organ-Boy ‘
5 jos SeeeERLO OR eaTEL Oe BIER TERE ELS Ope maasCeTaREENS: soe

AUNT AFFABLE’S
ENTERTAINING & ORIGINAL TOY BOOKS,

Quarto Size, with large Coloured Engravings.

AUNT AFFABLE’S
Ball: a new Pictorial Alphabet

' Little Mouse in the Christmas Cake
Pretty Mouse and Little Frog
Old Mother Bantry and her Cat
Merry Cobbler, or what a Good Boy can do |
Cock Robin Alive and well again
Account of Uncle Sam’s Travels

eae eet *
2 aang a wane: SS on ce SDIRSLaseTs a STETS SOLS Se59 Ca RENEE e a aa es AS Gas EME sae DES

UNCLE BUNCLES

AMUSING AND ORIGINAL TOY BOOKS, :

Copy-Book Size, with Coloured Engravinge.

UNCLE BUNCLE’S
New Story about Master Nobody









kind Little Nurse, Jenny Wren.
Stories of Little Peter’s Visit to the Ferm.
Pretty Pence Table in Verse
‘Good Little Cottage Children
New Royal Alphabet
Visit to Little Johnny Green

SECTS RTO TPIES,





New London Cries Comical Boys

Story about William and Dick, and what H Interesting Adventures of Little Harry, the
Echo said to them Sailor Boy :

Stories about Dogs New Stories about Animals

Stories about Horses New A, B, C.



Stories about Carriages Lord Mayor’s Show
Stories about oo i New Stories anouy Birds

PR DAGeS TIHS SION SEED TATA