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King Luckieboy's picture book

Material Information

Title:
King Luckieboy's picture book
Creator:
Crane, Walter, 1845-1915 ( Illustrator )
Evans, Edmund, 1826-1905 ( Printer of plates )
George Routledge and Sons ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
London ;
New York
Publisher:
George Routledge and Sons
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
33 leaves in various pagings : col. ill. ; 25 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children's poetry ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1885 ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes -- 1885 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1885
Genre:
Children's poetry ( lcsh )
Nursery rhymes ( rbgenr )
poetry ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
England -- London
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
In verse.
Funding:
Preservation and Access for American and British Children's Literature, 1870-1889 (NEH PA-50860-00).
Statement of Responsibility:
with thirty-two pages of illustrations by Walter Crane ; printed in colours by Edmund Evans.

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
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Resource Identifier:
026528057 ( ALEPH )
ALF9741 ( NOTIS )
58530665 ( OCLC )

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KING LUCKIEBOY’S
PICTURE BOOK

CONTAINING

KING LUCKIEBOY’S PARTY
ONE, TWO, BUCKLE MY SHOE
THE FAIRY SHIP
THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO MARKET

THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS BY WALTER CRANE

PRINTED IN COLOURS BY EDMUND EVANS

LONDON
GEORGE ROUTLEDGE AND SONS
"THE BROADWAY, LUDGATE
NEW YORK: 416 BROOME STREET



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His Chancellor by him, [chair, In snow-shoes and gaiters,

Attendants, too, nigh him, Escorted by skaters, [drive,
For he was expecting some company there. And looking quite blue with the cold of his
And Tempus, the footman, to usher them in, See him come in, with his footman Aquarius,

At the drawing-room floor ; Who presents his Ah-kishes,

And a knock at the door [begin. That’s to say, his best wishes,

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And they, both together,
Remark'd on the weather,
And carried themselves with a
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July next, a traveller under the

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With a blue and white sky on,
Brings in a live Lion,
And by none of them there
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No doubt you remember
His name was September,
Like John Gilpin balanced by

bottles of wine.

oom, by your leave!” says |
the Scorpion outrider, |
For honest October,
Who drest very sober
In russet, and brought in Sir

Barrel de Cider.













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arm with the Archer
Who shot at the froggie; |
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may please one,
We hope you ll receive them,
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KING LUCKIEBOY’S
PICTURE BOOK

CONTAINING

KING LUCKIEBOY’S PARTY
ONE, TWO, BUCKLE MY SHOE
THE FAIRY SHIP
THIS LITTLE PIG WENT TO MARKET

THIRTY-TWO PAGES OF ILLUSTRATIONS BY WALTER CRANE

PRINTED IN COLOURS BY EDMUND EVANS

LONDON
GEORGE ROUTLEDGE AND SONS
"THE BROADWAY, LUDGATE
NEW YORK: 416 BROOME STREET
ST ET a) Re

ko LUCKIEBOY sat in his lofty state | ’f was General Janus, the first to arrive,

His Chancellor by him, [chair, In snow-shoes and gaiters,

Attendants, too, nigh him, Escorted by skaters, [drive,
For he was expecting some company there. And looking quite blue with the cold of his
And Tempus, the footman, to usher them in, See him come in, with his footman Aquarius,

At the drawing-room floor ; Who presents his Ah-kishes,

And a knock at the door [begin. That’s to say, his best wishes,

Came just at the hour they’d announced to! A choice of fresh colds, and compliments various

Ag

;
|

A?
y WN
bec B
AX SO]
LAN
LA NJ
&
iS

BS



‘
Lah
h

|
Friend February was the next
to appear,

With Valentine Day,
Who had plenty to say ;
The Fishes in silver to bring
up the rear.












Mr. March was the next, with
: Mr. March Hare;
And they, both together,
Remark'd on the weather,
And carried themselves with a
very high air.



Arch April came after, with |
bow and with smile; |
| And—“If theyd allow her, |
Miss Sunshiny Shower,”
!Arrayed like a sunbeam, in }

elegant style.

= a 3 c Py 7)
| fe
df “ Se % a ve \
ES SOHN
ee. GAN [7ESK | :/-
Z ” ifs /\. ys set jae y
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But ere the King Luckieboy’s
best bow begins,
Enters beautiful May,
With a nose-and-a-gay,
And a train which was borne
by two little twins.













ii Ra:

Then Madame June's crab, too,
draws up at the door, |
And she brought anewmoon,}
And a plate and a spoon,
With strawberries enough for
the party, and more,











July next, a traveller under the

sun,
With a blue and white sky on,
Brings in a live Lion,
And by none of them there
could he be outshone.

Till August arrived, who
3 y brought a young lady,

i =©And a face so sunburnd,
‘That wherever he turn d,
=—-=—|Everyone long’d for a place

that was shady.




5
He was follow’d by one whose
name's in a line
No doubt you remember
His name was September,
Like John Gilpin balanced by

bottles of wine.

oom, by your leave!” says |
the Scorpion outrider, |
For honest October,
Who drest very sober
In russet, and brought in Sir

Barrel de Cider.










November the next, arm-in-
arm with the Archer
Who shot at the froggie; |
Miss Rayne Dullan Foggie,
And Mr. Jack Frost in a stick-

up and starcher.





Hi §
Yiidi

Hil

December came last, and he
seem d very old,
And he rode on a goat,
f = Ina very thick coat, :
WSprinkled over with snow, andj

looking so cold.


But he had brought with him]
a green Christmas-tree,
And sprigs of crisp holly,
And all that was jolly
In puddings and presents, as
there you may see.









Now, if this party is such as
may please one,
We hope you ll receive them,
For here we must leave them,
Wishing youall the good things
of the season.


1 2 One Tws,
¢ = Buckle my shoe.
a 4. Three, Four,
=~ Open the door.

g py L

(Go

y

t

\

é ae hy ih
eae
pe Ly he

g \ 4
ENN : Ca) A
oi 4A : a
a

i
f ef
aN

EAB iG Hi
BS é W A?
A 34 my é - ;

cits
| F
5 G : ane Six, 7 | Q Seven, Eight,
$ re

° Pick up sticks. Lay them straight.

(GRE
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4

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Bu"

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>
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Mw

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) Ay ‘Aan LEAL SIA Dam seestyh ee —
p

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ys

Py) Ms Si ee.

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YN) Ys
sy S);4
4
Thee, ;
4 vs} \°

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“eae

fp fit”
v

e/a

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NY

£

= =
+> é g My
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if

R io | |
{ IN 2 |
pI RAN \
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~~sA>.-

=e At

~~

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SAE Ih | }} Maes, A

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—

———
a MAB USAR BTOOL FELTOISIAS ATP LEAD TVAY ED EH IAI LO?

Meee ke

¢
Vo oof’
9 9!


Nine, Ten,

Y, 10. A good fat Hen.





f

Ty


Eleven, Twelve
i, 12. Ring the Bell.









Thirteen, Fourteen, |
13, |. 1rtee O

Maids are courting.

a

—"

— as



(el




Fifteen, Sixteen
| Lo; 16. Maids in the Kitchen:







































WY



, ee
ARN iS .
v1 cc AY | AX aa
Seventeen, Eighteen,
Maids in waiting.


| Nineteen, Twenty.
YD; 2(), My plate is empty.



- ’
ae! ae

Man
|
Ship, a Ship, a sailing,

Sailing o’er the sea;
And it was deeply laden
With good things

for me!










y : f
For me, for me, for me! #
,
f Z_ ,
ff, \\

And it was deeply fp
laden !
With good thing

Z \ [P|
for me! we

—s
Raisins in the Cabin;







There were fifty
Skipping o'er,
They were fifty
With rings






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A

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BY f
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The Captain
was a Duck,
With a jacket

on his back.

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ARR
Arr ()

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And when the Ship set sail, ¢ lhe Captain he said Quack

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The Captain he said_Quack!

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