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National nursery rhymes and nursery songs

Material Information

Title:
National nursery rhymes and nursery songs
Uniform Title:
Mother Goose
Creator:
Elliott, J. W ( James William ), 1833-1915 ( Author, Primary )
Fraser, Francis Arthur ( Illustrator )
Green, Charles, 1840-1898 ( Illustrator )
Griset, Ernest Henry, 1844-1907 ( Illustrator )
Houghton, Arthur Boyd, 1836-1875 ( Illustrator )
Hughes, Arthur, 1832-1915 ( Illustrator )
Mahoney, J ( James ), 1816-1879 ( Illustrator )
Marks, Henry Stacy, 1829-1898 ( Illustrator )
Pinwell, George John, 1842-1875 ( Illustrator )
Small, William, 1843-1929 ( Illustrator )
Zwecker, Johann Baptist, 1814-1876 ( Illustrator )
Dalziel Brothers ( Engraver )
Novello & Co ( Publisher )
H. W. Gray Co ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
London
New York
Publisher:
Novello and Company, Limited
H.W. Gray Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
1 score ([12], 111, [1] p.) : ill. ; 27 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children's songs ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1898 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1898
Genre:
Nursery rhymes ( rbgenr )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
For voice and piano.
General Note:
Undated. Novello became a limited liability company in 1898, cf. P.A.H. Brown London publishers and printers p. 140.
General Note:
Illustrations are engraved after F.A. Fraser, W. Small, Ernest Griset, Thomas, Edward and E.G. Dalziel, J.B. Zwecker, E.G. Dalziel, J. Mahoney, C. Green, A.B. Houghton, H.S. Marks, G.J. Pinwell, Arthur Hughes and others.
General Note:
Printer's insignia on t.p. verso and last page: Novello and Co. Ltd.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
Statement of Responsibility:
set to original music by J.W. Elliott ; with illustrations engraved by the Brothers Dalziel.

Record Information

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
Rights Management:
This item is presumed to be in the public domain. The University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries respect the intellectual property rights of others and do not claim any copyright interest in this item. Users of this work have responsibility for determining copyright status prior to reusing, publishing or reproducing this item for purposes other than what is allowed by fair use or other copyright exemptions. Any reuse of this item in excess of fair use or other copyright exemptions may require permission of the copyright holder. The Smathers Libraries would like to learn more about this item and invite individuals or organizations to contact The Department of Special and Area Studies Collections (special@uflib.ufl.edu) with any additional information they can provide.
Resource Identifier:
026532137 ( ALEPH )
ALF9938 ( NOTIS )
71124005 ( OCLC )

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NURSERY RHYMES

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NURSERY SONGS

Set to Original Wusic

BY

J. W. ELLIOTT.

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, ENGRAVED BY THE BROTHERS DALZIEL



Lonpon: NOVELLO AND COMPANY, Limirep.
New Yorx: THE H. W. GRAY CO., SoLeE AGENTS FOR THE U.S.A.









PREFACE.



and my LaDy WIND, are real and distinct entities in the mind of
every little child whose nursery education has not been entirely and
unwarrantably neglected; and therefore it has seemed good to the
Publishers to present to the children of the present day the adventures
of those heroes, embellished with whatever pictorial illustration, careful
selection, musical accompaniment, and the advantages of artistic typo-
graphy and detail can contribute, to render them more acceptable to
all English children.
In the arrangement of the musical portion of the volume, especial
care has been taken by Mr. ELLIOTT to keep the songs strictly within
the capacity of children’s execution, and the compass of children’s voices.
In his own family he has found a young jury ready to test the various
tunes, and has composed only such melodies as were likely to meet with
prompt acceptance, and be easily remembered.

The pictorial illustrations of the book have been designed under
the superintendence of, and engraved by, the BROTHERS DALZIEL.

Among the old favourites a few new aspirants to popularity
will be found; but it is hoped that their presence will be considered
an additional attraction. and in no way lessen the pretensions of the
present volume to be considered a compendium of National Nursery

Rhymes.





CONTENTS.

SUBJECT.
Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary
Fack and Fill .
Twinkle, twinkle, little Star.
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
_ Dickory, Dickory, Dock
Ding, Dong, Bell
Pussy-Cat, where have you hee Os
Nineteen Birds *
The Child and the Star *
fhad a little Doggy *
Little Bo-Peep
Dolly and her Vahin as ;
Ride a Cock-Horse to Baia Gas
Little Maid, pretty Maid .
Whittington for ever! .
Little Fack Horner .
Tom, the Piper's Son
See-Saw, Margery Daw .
ABC, tumble down D
Goosey Goosey Gander
Little Fumping Foan .
There was a Crooked Man
Poor Dog Bright .
Fumpty Dumpty
Simple Simon
Sing a Song of S wae :
The Nurse's Song

Six little Snails* . : : :

ILLUSTRATED BY
F. A. FRASER
FS WALKER
F. A. FRASER
W. SMALL

E. GRISET

T. DALZIEL

H. FRENCH

J. B. ZWECKER
T. DALZIEL.
H. FRENCH
W. SMALL .
T. DALZIEL
W. J. WIEGAND
E. G. DALZIEL
J. MAHONEY
GREEN

DALZIEL
GRISET
GRISET

G. DALZIEL

. J. WIEGAND
J. B. ZWECKER .

SAMA oas

’ H. S. Marks .

G, J. PINWELL
FS WALKER
F,. A. FRASER
E. GRISET

. B. HOUGHTON

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CONTENTS.



SUBJECT.

The King of France

My Lady Wind

The Feast of Lanterns .

Is Sohn Smith within ? .
When the Snow is on the Ground
Three little Mice *

Little Tommy Tucker .

The North Wind doth blow
The Man in the Moon .

Taffy was a Welshman

Hey diddle diddle .

T love little Pussy

The Old Man clothed in Leather .

Curly Locks

The Lazy Cat*

Three Children sliding
The Folly Tester .
Georgie Porgte .

The Three Crows .

A litile Cock Sparrow
Maggie's Pet*

The Death and Burial of Cock Robin

Lullaby

Mother T. whiystins .
The Spider and the Fly
The Thievish Mouse*

ILLUSTRATED BY
E. GRISET

A. HUGHES

E. GRISET -

J. MAHONEY

T. DALZIEL.

J. B. ZWECKER
A. HUGHES.

E. G. DALZIEL
W. J. WIEGAND .
H. S. Marks .
J. B. ZWECKER .
H. FRENCH

H. S. MARKS

E. DALZIEL

E. G. DALZIEL
FS WALKER

W. J. WIEGAND .
T. DALZIEL

J. B. ZWECKER .
E. G. DALZIEL
F, A, FRASER

J. B. ZWECKER
E. GRISET

J. B. ZWECKER
E. GRISET

J. B. ZWECKER

* Words by M. L. ELLIOTT.

THE ILLUSTRATIONS ENGRAVED BY THE BROTHERS DALZIEL.



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Tioinkle, thine, lutle star.

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your bright and ti- ny spark Lights the traveller in the



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FourtH VERSE.









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PUEPLAAD,



CHben the snot is on the ground.

Andante non troppo.





When the snow is on the ground, Lit - tle
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WHEN THE SNOW IS ON THE GROUND.
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THREE LITTLE MICE.

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THE OLD MAN CLOTHED 1N LEATHER.

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Cur - ly locks! cur - ly locks! wilt thou be mine? Thou























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Pus - sy, wherehave you been to day? In the meadows a-sleep in the hay.









































Pus-sy, you are a la- zy Cat, If youhave done no more than that.

























Chree Chiloren Sliding.
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May:be sung as a [our-part Song



THREE CHILDREN SLIDING.
SEconD VERSE.



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Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. 8



































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Che Jolly Cester.



















THE JOLLY TESTER.





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THE JOLLY TESTER.

FourtH VERSE.

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MAGGIB’S PET.

THIRD VERSE.







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THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.

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THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.

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Mother Cabbyshins.







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NURSERY RHYMES

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NURSERY SONGS

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BY

J. W. ELLIOTT.

WITH ILLUSTRATIONS, ENGRAVED BY THE BROTHERS DALZIEL



Lonpon: NOVELLO AND COMPANY, Limirep.
New Yorx: THE H. W. GRAY CO., SoLeE AGENTS FOR THE U.S.A.

PREFACE.



and my LaDy WIND, are real and distinct entities in the mind of
every little child whose nursery education has not been entirely and
unwarrantably neglected; and therefore it has seemed good to the
Publishers to present to the children of the present day the adventures
of those heroes, embellished with whatever pictorial illustration, careful
selection, musical accompaniment, and the advantages of artistic typo-
graphy and detail can contribute, to render them more acceptable to
all English children.
In the arrangement of the musical portion of the volume, especial
care has been taken by Mr. ELLIOTT to keep the songs strictly within
the capacity of children’s execution, and the compass of children’s voices.
In his own family he has found a young jury ready to test the various
tunes, and has composed only such melodies as were likely to meet with
prompt acceptance, and be easily remembered.

The pictorial illustrations of the book have been designed under
the superintendence of, and engraved by, the BROTHERS DALZIEL.

Among the old favourites a few new aspirants to popularity
will be found; but it is hoped that their presence will be considered
an additional attraction. and in no way lessen the pretensions of the
present volume to be considered a compendium of National Nursery

Rhymes.


CONTENTS.

SUBJECT.
Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary
Fack and Fill .
Twinkle, twinkle, little Star.
Baa, Baa, Black Sheep
_ Dickory, Dickory, Dock
Ding, Dong, Bell
Pussy-Cat, where have you hee Os
Nineteen Birds *
The Child and the Star *
fhad a little Doggy *
Little Bo-Peep
Dolly and her Vahin as ;
Ride a Cock-Horse to Baia Gas
Little Maid, pretty Maid .
Whittington for ever! .
Little Fack Horner .
Tom, the Piper's Son
See-Saw, Margery Daw .
ABC, tumble down D
Goosey Goosey Gander
Little Fumping Foan .
There was a Crooked Man
Poor Dog Bright .
Fumpty Dumpty
Simple Simon
Sing a Song of S wae :
The Nurse's Song

Six little Snails* . : : :

ILLUSTRATED BY
F. A. FRASER
FS WALKER
F. A. FRASER
W. SMALL

E. GRISET

T. DALZIEL

H. FRENCH

J. B. ZWECKER
T. DALZIEL.
H. FRENCH
W. SMALL .
T. DALZIEL
W. J. WIEGAND
E. G. DALZIEL
J. MAHONEY
GREEN

DALZIEL
GRISET
GRISET

G. DALZIEL

. J. WIEGAND
J. B. ZWECKER .

SAMA oas

’ H. S. Marks .

G, J. PINWELL
FS WALKER
F,. A. FRASER
E. GRISET

. B. HOUGHTON

22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
34
CONTENTS.



SUBJECT.

The King of France

My Lady Wind

The Feast of Lanterns .

Is Sohn Smith within ? .
When the Snow is on the Ground
Three little Mice *

Little Tommy Tucker .

The North Wind doth blow
The Man in the Moon .

Taffy was a Welshman

Hey diddle diddle .

T love little Pussy

The Old Man clothed in Leather .

Curly Locks

The Lazy Cat*

Three Children sliding
The Folly Tester .
Georgie Porgte .

The Three Crows .

A litile Cock Sparrow
Maggie's Pet*

The Death and Burial of Cock Robin

Lullaby

Mother T. whiystins .
The Spider and the Fly
The Thievish Mouse*

ILLUSTRATED BY
E. GRISET

A. HUGHES

E. GRISET -

J. MAHONEY

T. DALZIEL.

J. B. ZWECKER
A. HUGHES.

E. G. DALZIEL
W. J. WIEGAND .
H. S. Marks .
J. B. ZWECKER .
H. FRENCH

H. S. MARKS

E. DALZIEL

E. G. DALZIEL
FS WALKER

W. J. WIEGAND .
T. DALZIEL

J. B. ZWECKER .
E. G. DALZIEL
F, A, FRASER

J. B. ZWECKER
E. GRISET

J. B. ZWECKER
E. GRISET

J. B. ZWECKER

* Words by M. L. ELLIOTT.

THE ILLUSTRATIONS ENGRAVED BY THE BROTHERS DALZIEL.



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Mistress Garp.
Allegretto moderato. SSS
: i “& — # — ee ue
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Mis-tress Ma - ry, quite con- tra - ry, How does your gar-den grow? With



























































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cock -le-ghells, and sil- ver bells, And fair maidsall in a__ row.
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gach and gill,

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Jack and Jill Went up the hill, To fetch a pail of
aE







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JACK AND JILL

SEconD VERSE.
















































Tioinkle, thine, lutle star.

Allegretto moderato.

Twin-kle, twin -kle, lit - tle star, How I won-der what you
‘ BeOS a Se OT Ne yee Sp ee










































TWINKLE, TWINKLE, LITTLE STAR.

SECOND AND TuIRD VERSES.
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When the blaz-ing sun is gone, When he no- thing shines up -
Then the traveller in the dark Thanks you for your ti - ny
ER a a

on, Thenyou showyour lit - tle light, Twin-kle, twin-kle, all the night.
spark: Howcould he see where to go, If you did nottwin-kle 80?
Be ne eS

the dark blue sky you keep, Of - ten through my cur - tains
your bright and ti- ny spark Lights the traveller in the



peep, For you ne-vershut your eye, Till the sun is in the sky.
dark, ThoughI know notwhat you are, Twin-kle, twin-kle, lit-tle _ star.
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Han, Baa, Black Sheep.

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eres. poco lento rullentando e dim.
ae et Ya :
One for my Master, One for my Dame, But none for the little boy Who cries in the lane.
—— eres. ties —_

Pe : =
oe ; i eo

ee =, _ poco lento. ol rallentando e dim,

2 os
ed

(6)
Michory, dichory, dock.

Allegro.

dock ;

-0-ry,

dick

Dick-o-ry,





















clock;

the

ran up

_ mouse













’

The mouse randown;

2











clock struck One







o~-ry, dock

ick

d

ry,

Dick-o -












Ding, Bong, Pell.
zai

Allegretto moderato.
= >











oe:
Ding, dong, bell, Pus-sy’s in the well; Who put her in?




















| e—g "=" =e ee




lit - tle John- ny Green; Who pull’d her out? Lit-tle Tommy Trout. What a
EY














x ! z
gs — —— 2 pe oes
a Er e e -
= piu lento.





=, A ffettuoso. rallentandr,







naugh-ty boy was that, To drown poor Pus - sv - Cat.
SO ee










TITRIT
Ni i iN

i
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SNK
BAN

M INN
ne

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LLL LLL

S22
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try
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o-oo : c
Pussy-cat, pussy-cat, where have you been? I’vyebeento Londonto visitthe Queen.

























5
=
S

Ss
a4.









Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. 2




























































































































































































































































































































































































































Ainreteen Prrds.

Moderato e marcato.



es ee |









a a > =
Nineteen birds and one bird more, Just make twen-ty, and that’s a score.
a a Fg ee es | ah
5 ee a |
a <1 Fe s—aS Ta = ea ==}
a &. |. og oF = od e ee @ ° a















To the scorethen add but one; bee will make just iy - one.













3. Now add two, and you will see 5. Then three more, if you have time:
You have made up twenty-three. Now you've got to twenty-nine. ;
4, If you like these clever tricks, 6. Twenty-nine now quickly take—-
Add three more for twenty-six. Add one more and Thirty make

(10)


|
:

Pe

1, Little star that shines so bright,Comeand peep at me to-night, For I
2. Little star! O tell me,pray,Where you hide yourself all day? Have you
“ Se ee AT tome ayes awe ares oP ms

—



















-o- -
of -tenwatch for you In _ the pret-ty sky so _ blue.
got a homelike me, And a fa-ther kind to see?

oe





8. Little Child! at you I peep 4, For I’ve many friends on high,
While you lie so fast asleep ; Living with me in the sky ;
But when morn begins to break, And a loving Father, too,
[ my homeward journey take. Who commands what I’m te do.

(11)
SS
eS 5





















D.

le Boggy

tt

I ba al

Andante non troppo.









sit and beg, But

used to

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s
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a
ap
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had a



















nd

and broke his lit-tle leg ; Oh! Doggy, I will nurse you, a

gey tumbled down the stairs,

Do















(12)




I HAD A LITTLE DOGGY.









sae meen eee “Ht =

, 8 bY OB
Dog -gy, don’t youthink you should ve - ry faith-ful be,
Dog-gy, you must pro-mise (and mind your word you keep) Not



R—3—_8& 3 2s BS dt
a a
fe gh hs a ea ed



hav-ing such a lov-ing friend to comfort youas me. And when yourleg is bet-ter, and
once to teaze the lit-tle lambs, orrun among the sheep. And then the yel-low “chicks,” that

p = a fran ray a mE ; — | ay













ig w ; ,
- tein —_. eres =>
Fee: ee be.
Ob e
oe S as
Pe eres. @ tempo. a









as SS SL SS Se hy

| ee ER Se ee eg SR
5 ee j zy ye
youcan runand play, We'll havea scamper in the fields, and see them making hay.

play up-on the grass, You must not e-ven wag your tail to scare them as you pass.
a




















SS Wc

YS
WS
aly
ep

i

HANH aS »
WA BG
Ni







Wittle Mo-Deep,

Andante quasi Allegretto.


















































._ Ff
t= {—* i —4 Zz =
pe oe eg ae | oa ¥
ee = Se

Leave them a-lone, and they’ll come home, Wagging their tails be - hind them.

















i 84
: : eas _— 1 =
| —~ awe oe ¢ oss
ie ' a fz dim. =








LITTLE BO-PEEP.

~ SEcOND VERSE,







es se ee ee Se
g a Do ee re a ed
og f£ gi a [oe < ws Tg 3g @ 2 si)
: Vw









When she a-woke, twas all a joke— Ah!cru-el vi-sion so fleet - ing.



Turrp VERSE.
/

nfs



Then up she took her lit- tle crook, De - ter-mined for to find them ;






























Te
KH
Men
We)

Ni

iy

















Bolly and ber amma.

Allegretto agitato.





Dol -ly, yowre a naugh-ty girl,
sd gee ee ee

















curl, And you've torn your lit-tle shoe. Oh! what must I




DOLLY AND HER MAMMa.
pits —_— a rit. ad lib.

(is oe pe gg eh ee Nd
RR EN PE ji,

you? Youshall on-ly have dry bread, ae you shall go to bed.
eee pe

i > lento.







































~ a
— — ee ae ae a 2 J
Ao 7} oe ee 1
e — “6 é g a

pp ewe es. Pot one nd
4 1
Se ee ———
a : ~~
—— —
SECOND AND THIRD VERSES.
~ > ———
fo SE es fy
r S_
: == =
Do you hear, Miss, what 1 say? Are you go - ing to o-
But T mean to try and grow All Mam - ma __¢an wish, you





































bey? That's what Mo-ther says to me, So 1 know it’s right, you ao
know; Ne - ver in - to pas -sions fly, Or, when thwarted, sulk and







































For some-times Z’m naughty, too, Dol - ly, dear, as well as you.
So, my Dol-ly, you must be Good and gen-tle, just like me.
lento. mae















Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello, 3 ( 17 )














































































Réngs on her fingers, and bells on her toes, She shallhave mu-sic wher -e@ - ver she goes.











: ——
——_- ~ f/f



CO @ -BG -@.

a — SSS = sss
(=a SSS














Hittle nvaid, pretty maw.

Andante quasi ulleg retto. ;
= mp sostenuto, << SS


















































e |

MALLS









GAbrttington for eber.



























Moderato.
eis Time well marked. a

e “fos s ‘

a iN ES a + —3— fe —
G oo gee ee
ev © a ae gg 7

Whit - ting-ton for e -- ver, Hur - rah! Hur-rah! Hur - rah!
2 i
(ae { i a oy
a ——
: ; o a>
my ten










WHITTINGTON FOR EVER.







Lord Mayor of Lon - don, Hur - rah! Hur- rah! Hur-rah!





























= > = > > > ~ >
Siar ae — — —f a oe BS Sy

- -rabh! Hur-rah! Hur - rah! Hur - rah! Hur - rah! Hur-rab! Hur -































rah! Hur-rah! Hur-rah ! oat for e- ver, Ford ae can London, Hur -





























cres, ——=== vt a tempo, rN

(=== SS ee =|

- - vah! Hur - rah! Hur-rah! Hur-rah! Hur- rah! Hur - rah!

ae = ————

cress. ——— stacc.

see t tS tt

121)



































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)







Ree SSS SS SS as
SESS SS
TNs = Ss 5

=







































































































































































































Wittle Jack Borner.



Allegretto con moto.



mM,
ny mh
\Z
fi __
A re a

a



Little Jack Hor-ner Sat in a cor - ner,

He

pie:

Eating a Christ-mas



-





o-

















~ rit. ad lib,





put in his thumb



good boy am

And said, ‘What a

dout a plum,

oq
3
ma
so
q
<

2



















22 \

(


























@om, the Brper's Son.

ae “ Hlegretto é marcato.

=





wtf

=e

Tom, Tom, the pi- per’s son, Stole a pig, and a-way he run! The
=>



















a er

pig was eat, And Tom was beat, Whichsent him howling down the street.










































































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of - ‘ Ald]
1 aed 2 - Ss ¥
wh
z A
5 3 ele le je
a
g 3 " iS g
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ps Fim 2 3 3 NI!
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a tle
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i Z png = iy arn
bg & | AG 28
citi urd

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ain



































tum-ble down D, The cat’s in the cupboard and can’t see me.





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2
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Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello.


ST LP OER RL, NS















Goosey, goosey gander.
— 2 slidunte cor mito. re
SR ——
a
Goo - sey, goo - sey gun - der, Whi-ther shall I wan - der’






ann

















~, poco eres. —=— eres

(oe SS SS
wv





























e —.
poco res. eee a —
Se hg. ¢ os -§-: vm 4.
e. ' — _____ =

es



im = =










































Wittle jumping Joan.

ay Moderato con moto. dim.



















=> Se ow ‘ Se ee Cres.
——
a= :
: Here am I, lit - tle jump-ing Joan; When

























no - bo - dy’s with me, I’m al - ways a - lone.
A»
YF
—
I -
: aa |
P k=
















































Te deg SESE







Pee ee anaes





Ghere tows a Crooked shlan.

= Allegretto moderato.










































ook-ed stile: He bought acrook-ed cat, which














































































































































































































































Poor Hog Bright.

—= ===

a
ee

Allegretto moderato.













Poor Dog Bright, Ran off with all his might, Be -
Poor Cat Fright, Ran — off with all her might, Be -













- cause the Cat was af - ter him, Poor Dog Bright.
- cause the Dog was af - ter her, Poor Cat —- Fright.


EK













| Sanam Te INIA
GAS NTN (IN
Nanaia eT i We



9 Sisnds Humpty Bumpty.







sat on a_ wall,











































x eres, a
gH , . ee
; R j = a

Could-n’t put Hump -ty Dump - ty to - ge - - ther a - gain.




















FPL,



PW,

|



,

Simon,

Simple

len.

Allegro moderate.

-o-

pie-man Go - ing
Si-mon, “Do you mean to







Says
Says

the fair;

to

a

D
a
Qa
1
g
“4
Mm

- ple Si- mon met

1. Sim
- 2. Says the man to

the pie - man, “Let me taste your









ware.
ran

And then he

»

of course I do,

mon to

Si -
, “Yes

mon,

Sim - ple
Si -








f

PH

AMO
Hf

iY
a

ih NW ay Pay Z if
UBT ay ) 2 ers ME tf la iy









Sing a Song of Srepence.

i Allegretto.











"3 o*
Four-and-twen-ty Blackbirds Bak’d in a Pie. When the Pie was o-pen’d, The






SING A SONG Ol? SIXPENCE.

Sead

set be-fore a King?

















































Queen was In the Parlour, Eat-ing bread and ho-ney; The maid was in the gar-den,
- os : pe

ten. g oe













rallentando.





Hanging out the clothes; There came a lit-tle Dick-y Bird, And popp’d up-on her nose!

= 6 ten. a ° . : 2 2. z fe.











Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. § ; ( 83 )














































i

IX mI





















































































































































ay
A

















Ghe Aurses Song.

Allegretto moderato.
ee = =
a Fi
Gris SS
Vy’ :

1. Dance a ba - by, did - dy; Whatcan Mammy do wid ’e?..
2. Smile, my ba - by bon-ny; What will time bring on ’e?..

















































Sit in a lap, Give it some pap, And dance a ba - by did- dy.
Sor-row and care, Frownsand greyhair; So smile,my ba-by bon-ny...

























ee pe eT >
= i — =
' — Ss i
OS a el
. ; ae oe eres. fe re pe oe
ee Sees ae =
oh ey
Seas es oe

{34 )




THE NURSBP'S SONG.

Tuirp VERSE.







Laugh, my ba - by, beau-ty;. .

















































‘ Furrow yourcheek, Wrinkle your neck; So laugh, my ba - by, beau-ty,

















FourtH VERSE.









eee SS

ance, my ba - by, dear-y;... Mother will never be wea- ry..


















_
a +
3

































Fro-lic and play, Nowwhile you may;



So dance, my ba - by, dear-y...

























Allegretto ¢ murcuto.

Six little Snails.









=e

tle





Snails

Liv’d



in

a

SSS =|

tree,















came

rm

three.

Hin






as a

pee
2



a a)
se

—

Ernest (ret.



L

Che Ring of france.
Allegretto moderato.

ee With decision.
é f— = es
an 4 7 5 t b a














The King of France, and ar thou sand

























eo > > > fi . ;—

Geet SS See Se}
—| I= < :

es men,

Drew their swords, and put them up a - gain.
















|

a











. My la-dy wind, my la - dy wind, Wentround a-bout the house to fai A
2, And then one night,whenit was dark, She blewup such a ti-nyspark That
Serene

























5 eee
Le === eres.

a : SS :

(52 So Se Re oe ee a

chink to get ne foot in, her foot in; She tried the key- hole in the door, She

all the house was pother’d, was po - ther’d: From it she rais ’dup such a flame, As









Ab
v. = ; 3 t
Berns So eae oo sostenuto.
| =
eyp SS es
ea fn

( 88 )
MY LADY WIND.





tried the cre-vice in the floor, And drove the chim-ney soot in, the soot in.
flam’d a-way to Belt-ing Lane,And White Cross folks were smother’ d,were smo - ther’d.



















Tuirp VERSE.
— nef Lo . ee pe

























































2 And thus when once, my lit-tle dears, A whis-per reach-es itch - ing ears, The
4 =
; ema t H
——— ——————— :
g == se
a | GS
mf ee ae
tremolo. =a ale
3 =e Se = —
es 2 = e+ @
Co Co ho
Y —= == => = dim. —===a See eres.
—* ‘
ja eS Sa St
ss EF Se
same willcome,you'll find, you'll find; ... Take my ad-vice, restrain the tongue, Re -











— E =
oo gts ag, = "Ss eS

a

—_=_=_. = ese sostenuto.
fe
|

a a
Ce ;




















































yg Allegretto ¢ marcato.











oe
we
- a - ring - tching, Feast of Lan - terns,



















=e
What a lot of chop-sticks, bombs and gongs; Four-and-twen - ty thou-sand

ee ae en,




















































Js John Smith bwithin?

Andante con motu.
~~ Time well marked.
ao








nf ——_—_—=—-



Pp e scherzo.

(S—__— . oe E—————- —sp ae
Y Sa n
Ger et

a =o
Here anail,there a nail, Tick tack,too, Here a nail, there a nail, ‘Tick, tack, too.













ams => = Ge

7 age eae CES Ee ee a ee ree EL f

KD |—__— a —_ a4 crea eee
t ; se o 8 5 -@ Ge Ss oe Se Se Oe Ss
—— eek: i ten. —_— ae ; ten.

Pp e scherzo. “ >
ey 2 re of H
ne Bi

a r ea ee | se

. ep Re ° : dh eS

Bliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novyello. 6 ( al)






































































































































PUEPLAAD,



CHben the snot is on the ground.

Andante non troppo.





When the snow is on the ground, Lit - tle
Se ae















































( 42 )
WHEN THE SNOW IS ON THE GROUND.
ast poco eres. : —_—
7 ;













air is cold, the worms are hid, For this poor bird what

















can be done? We'll strew him here some crumbs of bread, And
eg ee Nf GN



then he’ll








G@bhree lrttle vice.

_ Allegretto scherzando.











Three lit-tle micecrept out to see What they could find to havefor tea (For
ee





they were dain - ty, sau - cy mice, And lik’d






THREE LITTLE MICE.

——__"" a tempo. ———- os



Pussy’s eyes, so big and bright, Soon sentthem scampering off in a fright.







~. SECOND VERSE. cres.








































N
4 4

UTES ep ;
3 & WN G “4 aie
Little Gonrmy Gucker.







PLA 373

~ Allegretto.

mf
fi



















How can he cut it With -









,
—— = 2o @ oo}
ee , o - = P e staccato.













~~













f oO
ee
be

- ont a- ny knife? How can mar-ry With-out a - ny wife ?
















Che Horth wind doth blow,

Andante espressivo. ny
)_ by 80.





we shall have snow, And
eS




















































Che Man m the Moon.



~, . doderato.







~~ ee
oS :
PF te A ge 6 SN
A 3 23 jes












fee.

Lo SIE LE Th, Lili!
PRO TT
C (e SS ;

SN



@atty boas a GHelshbman.
_ Allegretto.

SS

A . .
Taf - ty was a Welsh-man, Taf - fy was a thief,









f)
yi 5S





























































Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. q ( 49 )






























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































Allegro.



S

le,The cow jump’d o-ver the

















*
YY : R Arne he

(Ke eee a t : 3 :

SU, - ; = i @ e {—_ a =o

@

Las Ge -8- -e- Ww
lit-tle dog laughed To see suchsport,Andthe dish ran af-ter the spoon.


































i



4
SKE

SELES



















lobe little ussy.

dndante non troppo.
_ With tenderness.





[ love lit-tle Pus-sy, her coat is so warm, And























3 oe

give her some fo



















—
eng

Sl.

et ate
PR WW Se








Ty

‘: ee
sn fue Soh SE Roe tl DN













Sf
a 3 ES fA fh

on (AWN A

Be or “ y \\ Nye, “een

Pa Vy ny: i we hire,
iy yo’ I WAVES ae TE

— K \
a7 Ee Je
: = = ; LEG




Ou,

The Gly Man Clothed in Leather.


THE OLD MAN CLOTHED 1N LEATHER.

mf SECOND VERSE.

































a Ss Se ee ee eee =
part -ing, Tho’ cloud - y was the wea - ther, This im - be- cile old “par - ty,”
Paes













—— aetna
G = SS eae P SSS ——e = =i
-@- -@- = eo. H -@-
oe ° oe x aa 2 ~@- o- i. ee oe.





















a zo ge
Cloth-ed all in lea-ther, Cloth-ed all in lea-ther, With cap un-der his













O fare-thee-well, and fare-thee-well, And fare - thee-w ell a - gain.


























eS Curly Packs!
SS SS SS

Cur - ly locks! cur - ly locks! wilt thou be mine? Thou























e


















































_, Allegretto.

a = ae See x

Pus - sy, wherehave you been to day? In the meadows a-sleep in the hay.









































Pus-sy, you are a la- zy Cat, If youhave done no more than that.






















Chree Chiloren Sliding.
Andante quasi allegretto.

rae ee



























rest they ra















(56)

May:be sung as a [our-part Song
THREE CHILDREN SLIDING.
SEconD VERSE.



Now had these chil-dren been at home, Or









that ha

too,













Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. 8
































Andante von moto.





























44



if













































inca









































Che Jolly Cester.
















THE JOLLY TESTER.





Oh my lit - tle four - pence,my pret-ty lit -tle four - pence,
Oh my iit - tle two - pence,my pret-ty lit -tle two - pence,









a
A; g—9—
ke} 2 —
pS

lent an - o - ther,And I took two-pence home to my wife.
lent an o- ther,And I took no-thing home to my wife
THE JOLLY TESTER.

FourtH VERSE.

lit - tle no - thing:







(ox 3S es
= Qe ae ee oe a eee fe
aS a : > ss Fe
Caos ee SEE o e e
5 . ; < ~~ Po —
see
Se = molto ritard. >






I spend no-thing, I love no-thing bet - ter than my wife.













cr












}

’

WL;
W Dy AZ Meas,

,





Georgie Porgte.
Alleyretto moderato.
sempre legato.




















SS
SS SS

a me
S a At

RU hie a“
Na
y oe i

UNIT} vy
ill Y

iy) a Hy ani
PIAA SA IAL

v
S wi



Ghe Three Crotvs,











7 .
HH Im! es oe >?
: la lala la Vago a But two flew a-way, and
— "2
ea ee ete =p
5 ee -— ae
+ ae +
Go a so ¢ -@.
“ee”
THE THREE CROWS.

as: CHorvs. Soo.






























































cock spar-row sat


























A LITTLE COCK SPARROW.







a tempo Imo. :
z :
nr > 7 7 = Sf dim poy .
h _ i PS a | pee
a (ese oe | ¥ _—_ :

small bow and arrow, De - ter-min’d to shoot this lit-tle cock spar-row.























































poco lento. ——____ = a lempo Amo.
~ “ — fi se : rit. Nf
; —, — aw S = |

€ _@~—_ #8 [ 1} Gols a

lit-tle pie, too.”“Oh! no,” said the sparrow, “I mon’t make a stew,” So he









































Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. 9 ( 65 )
























Ss —

==

SS}

Se

And “Gol - die” was is

sweet and white,Would Mag-gie give her





.
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a
ent
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e
a=)

1

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=

a
gar





had,
Bu -

of



- gle





































Mag
lump







am eS Se =
a : oo
FF a
[SS — SD =
= re
= ee ey

j ee So
ee ee iy













A



Andante.
1. Sweet

2.



( 66 3
MAGGIE PET.







used to sit, He was so ve-~- ry
And then she’dwatchhow ea-ger-ly Hed fly to it and















oat dim. poco eres.

SS

tame. Her ro- sy lips hed of - ten peck, Which meant a lov- ing
peck: And such a mer-ry song he'd sing, To thank her for the

























aol eres. —_— dim, e puco rit.







kiss. Ob! would not you de - light to have A pret - ty birdlike
treat, For lit - tle birds(like lit - tle girls) Love something nice to





(67 )
MAGGIB’S PET.

THIRD VERSE.







cat, With































































claws, And soon the ten-der












MAGGIP’S PET.

Fourta VERSE.









































lit- tle gold-en fea-ther, soft, I know she trea-sures
a













p—= | —= poco eres. ——==_
























































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































y ~~ S>

SSS = ees KN Se Ess ——
SSSI OO" SES SSSR EES SESS





THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN,
G@he Death and = of Cock ae

~. Andante con moto.







Who "yeild Cock Ro - bin? “J,” said the Spar-row; With









































my bow and ar-row IT kill’d Cock Ro - bin.” Who saw him die?
oe ee







































“T” said the FEly;“With my lit - tle eye I ssaw him die.”













a ee eae Be ie
7 oo ° e F + ae oa
, i dll mY dias °
ey ———" G
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Who caught his blood? eT said the Fish;“ With my lt - tle dish












THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.

mf @ sos. molto staccato.
































y - ritard,
> > > -f wy f =
a 5 — =
~@ ee ie se
my thread and nee - dle Tl make his shfoud.” Who'll bear the torch?













~ ae
p- .



























Til bear the



























torch.” Who'll be } 2 “T” said the Lark,






THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.







{) 94 A
“Tli say A-men in the dark; Til be the clerk.”
Pin fee |) a rH?
QS SS Sra
—— ~ 4 e t a
| emagerte ta ae

rH
LAA
“chy
ISSIZ





















BElliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello, 10 (73)
THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.

With tenderness. >> ae = poco ores,
re :

“1” said the Dove;











































ao _p 2p eres ,
———--
Se
Pll be chief mourn-er.” Who'll sing his dirge? “J,” said the

i ate



























































Allegretto moderuto.

mip! s aa ores (TOS —
Waa aT i ae Fe 5
4 O . ° S| fi 2 iS 1 Bey. fic] 4 28
= Se
Who'll car-ry his cof - fin? “T,” said the Kite; “If it be in the

oe ae se => ae
=
mp “ :

Allegretto moderato,



























(HEF
THE DEATH AND BURIAL OF COCK ROBIN.



















“JT,” said the Bull; “Be-cause I can pull, Tl toll the bell.”



fi a ee”
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Andantino. Pp e¢ sos.



For poor Cock
wees Gy Sy



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wn 5 =
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LL 1 Hay £

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‘76 )
LULLABY.

When lit -tle Bir - die









bye-bye goes, Qui-et as mice in church-es, He puts his head where














no one knows, On one_ leg he perch -es. When lit-tle Ba- bie
em ag pe



bye-bye goes, On Mamma’sarm re- pos - ing; Soon he lies be -
——_








LULLABY.





ea ia ae ores, radl. >>
KO © fan eT
Oe a a a

neath the clothes, Safe in the cra-dle do - zing.
Ae
9 s










































LULLABY.

= SoS

When little Ba - bie goes to sleep,..Andhe is ve - ry near us,









fy | fy
(5—te a ee ee
4 a je ee
fib 2 se a a ee
SY Z z i r 1 eo
Q -o- rem ~o- -otg

pp legato e ben sostenuto.
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MOTHER TABBYSKINS.
Mother Cabbyshins.







Allegretto. (The Words are printed by the kind permission of Messrs. Strahan & Co.)
~
5 ES eee a ae



















Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. 11 ( 81.)
MOTHER TABBYSKINS.













































ten.
colla voce.

i























eo
ten. .

e oe
molto rit.




















Stick-ing out her head, Gave a howl, and then a yowl, Hobbled off to bed.

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( 82)
MOTHER TABBYSKINS.
a = con moto.
—@e







ten. ten. tf ten.









A -ny one will do!











































Pp ° ipa tf fen. ten.
rallentando. soll pee: ; fi > >

ce




MOTHER TABBYSKINS.









Old Mother Tab-by-skins, Saying “Serves him right,”











a>
te de-light.“Ve- ry fast, ve-ry fast,






MOTHER TABBYSKINS.



















Mis-chief in his brain!




















































































































































































































































































































































































































































































































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(06)
MOTHER TABBYSKINS.
















ht or pill? Which do you pre- fer?”
fo

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Will youtake adraug



















the













Of poor lit - tle Doc- tor Mouse You a mouthful made. Ve- ry mice, ve-Try nice,

fz




MOTHER TABBYSKINS.







cres, ten.
colla voce.
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MOTHER TABBYSKINS.















































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Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Ncvyello. 12 . ( 89 )
—— ee
SSSA SEIS cp FD Lay
ae Fee FS e
peepee a Fo ogE
Lig SIPS
—S



os i
Age LEE AEE EAD =
Coho ret EID FUSS
og
Weer et 77

pei

,

LE;





THE SPIDER AND THE FLY

a ln




The Spider and the Fly.

(A NURSERY DITTY.)





ey
a a Pa
eo le teh HI







































Spider to a Fly, “It isthe prettiest par-lour that e - ver you did spy!

— : R












THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.

- beg ae eres.
# i pa
ea a = = SSS e 3 — 2 = ==
Vv

see so ma-ny curious things you never saw before, Willyou, willyou, will you













































a psa
= secres. Moe ~ molto ritard.

pia Sa = poteas|

f=
walk in, pret-ty fly? Willyou, willyou, will you walkin, pret-ty fy? .

















ten.















== es ee |

















po = =

pret -ty fly, pret-ty fly?” .







































7 me fine house is al-ways o-pen,” said the Spider to the Fly, “I'm






















THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.































“yy | rallent. ad lab. ; oe sa









































ant a my ee door, Will you, will you, willyou walk in, pret-ty fly? Will you
ae aE







































ee a tempo. st
eres. ~ molto ritard. ——— Q —_—_—
ee ee 2g eg ee es
(a re ge ea ee te a!
fe — a
will you walk in, pret-ty fly? .... pret-ty fly, pret-ty
—
at [-*-8
eo ~e-
a tempo. cres p _—_—
; (ae re LP to z fe - : :
ae : eee ee
Cg a YT - _ ee Si ie | se Ts ee

vy
(93 )
THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.









rallentando. ad lib.





e @ eee
2 A A _




THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.

i
will you, will you











































~ poco a poco rit. — = lento. rit. ad lib.

7 Pe Ot eT Ne
(yt SN ee Po oe
WI? ye a to L RT STE OEP

Spider to the Fly, “Be-fore you leave me to myself, with sor-row sad to sigh.”
an a——







| le
p (poco a poco rit. => Pe sos. colla voce.
° 4 +

| = A 2 ee A A es J A ss
(e)sa to. i # je ite «5 oye ep o_o oo
IN a i a eo ee ed
SF re ee en el

parla ama)

e e ° e ee
EE

(95 )
THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.
a@ tempo. Imo. rallent. ad lib.











Says ane Fiy,‘there’s aap s: so at-trac-tive un-to you be-longs; I de -

Saoe a tempo. Imo. —_—_—_
ae a. tbe a rot 2 = = = a
. . -o~-























































~- clare you ciowla not oui me, e-ven ath a pair of tongs,’ ‘Willyou, will you, will you,



















































. . k=
walk in, pret-ty fly? Will you, willyou, will you walk in, pret-ty
aN es me ee ten.
4 eas ( oo ae
ae oes p | fa = 7



cres-cen-do. colla voce.



a tempo. cres.
°













i

——— ee Oe

SS =

pret -ty fly, pret-ty fly ?”






























THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.






dim. if



—__ eo
“ Oh, what handsome wings you've got,” ee the Spider to the Fly, “If
>















on -ly i- “tle talk,



use-less my re - pi-ning, and You can fly up in the air, while
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lA —t ete pe oe
Ch — het? 339 —o-g-F se

U See = — eres. — =

)
oo ee SS
a a a a a Pe

I’m o-bligedto walk. Willyou, ~~ will you, will you walk in, pret-ty fly? Will you,
eg eC



Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. 43. ( 97 )
THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.























1 ef @ 2

SS [S88 q
———__



off, so now good-bye, good-bye, good-bye.”

fee
(ly ee
La SS


DT Fae
Lt

ee
yal Ng
Ay hk

LOLEP

a AVI
H tN

——

»
TG an Ne
a NaRNY



5 Sta
ne ts ratlent. py _@ tempo. : —_t ee
;. SS SS ey



ay [gd 8 eg TT “gg es { ee |

- intheweb caughtfast; The Spiderlaugh’d,Ah, ah, my boy, I have you safe atlast. Will you,
Se re







dim. fp

will you,

R=

will you, walk out, pret-ty fly? Will you, will you

will you,


THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.
molto riturd. a tempo. Ey ? = SS
r ae









Spider to the Fly, “You fools will ne-ver wisdom get, un - less you dear-ly buy ;




THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.









eres-cen-do. colla voce.

LK; ETI Pa . 3 1
EE ee pe








THE SPIDER AND THE FLY.

poco lento.



















rallent. a tempo. —

f\ + hy R Cres
[Ar ie eee FF a :
1 z | ge | a 2 I gj) i » 3 et pt

WT = - a 7 | ge Vtg eo id

- though you may think my ad - vice is quite bore, You're lost if you stand parleying out -















Th g
pe ee tet



Re - member, remember, the fool-ish lit- tle fly,
ES Oe ee we










THE SPIDER AND THE FLY





























aH.

DPR etn I TTT a ( oe SRS



LDS

Mi

ALE Be










































Che Chievish Mouse.







Allegretto.
ae Be a @ =— SS
a 5a a: ci : a
A 5 i . a
Ie A Pag oe a A

A sto - ry sad I’ve got to tell a- bout a Kt- tle











oa ——
7 0 a pa ed aa
Se a pa] SS eg a ey
oD) yo _ 1 ee CO a =
~@. Ee. ro . e
cres ; LSS
-@-

ee

Se” a bits p pe ee
THE THIEVISH MOUSE.

Marcato.



o—
a

—/ - .
house: No cheese was safe, no Birth - day cake,on ei - ther shelf or

























roam, Her lit- tle nosethrust in -



Elliott—National Nursery Rhymes.—Novello. 14 é 11065 )
THE THIEVISH MOUSE.



is Marcato. |

Vn 7 et FE =D ee
I@ ht se @_s pF S|
SS __ Z 7 a a > a ee ee a :

+ : : Y
“lone: It mat - ter’d not where they were put, In cup - board or






















THE THIEVISH MOUSE.

aa Marcato.

































house.” But Grand-pa - pa, (the wise old man) de -clared it was a Mouse.

=

= = = = ‘|

3 o—g- =
as





















mf —





~ & a]
j oe © 1
Said he, “Weill get a trap, and then you soon will find I'm


























THE THIEVISH MOUSKH,

Marcatu.



































Poor Mou- sey! lit- tle did she think while scamp-er- ing a -










THE THIEVISH MOUSE.

Marcato.



Y
wrong. She tas-ted pie and cake, then seized the

Ce a oe
cheese with ea - ger















thing, Some - time or o- ther it is sure, its pun-ish-ment to



Pre gd a
-o- Eg ° °
eres. oe ae =
aye =. —# 2 2—24
a De ee ee
a ee ee ee ee ee ee
THE THIEVISH MOUSE.






Marcato.







. ale ie o es
bring, And no -thingcan be worse you know, in peo - ple small or

























iene . . . . . :
grown, Than that of ta-king a-ny-thing which is not quite their own.



































“a 2
if Mouse had




























THE THIEVISH MOUSE.

Marcato.












Ye P av. ~ - ©
- sleep, She’d now have been a - live and well, and) hap - py with her
H in pat .

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fy hs
[ya ge
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f ten.
lay OO
on a a
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of, 7a
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kp 75 a ee p—___—i--_-_} * _-_4 ee

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a
Pat [ees fe a ee
iA NGS ee a ee rt H
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