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Starry flag ABC

Material Information

Title:
Starry flag ABC
Alternate title:
Starry flag A B C
Creator:
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
New York
Publisher:
McLoughlin Bros.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[12] p. : ill. ; 27 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Alphabet books -- 1896 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1896
Genre:
Alphabet books ( rbgenr )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Title from cover.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
029684651 ( ALEPH )
29187458 ( OCLC )
AJU6532 ( NOTIS )

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ALPHABET FINGLES.
A B,C, and D; pray, playmates, agree.
De & ia and G; :
Well, so it shall be.
Et), K and
- In peace we will dwell.
MN, and O:
To play let us go.
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WX, and Y=

‘. i | - Weill not quarrel
= nor cry.

7 and @&:

AN ERR Try to learn and
a fe understand.









Great A, little a,

Bouncing B,

The cat’s in the cup-board,
and can’t see me. —





Love may we possess.


se

ap
i Soe penn Ra RSE
Soon
aip es: Se rst asst t
y i wh ; eee

Oe i Beers



He can row. Joe

He may tip too far

SEs Lessons In W aids - Two Letters.

as
us

of

do

so



Words of Three Letters.
has

TOW

ar Can «= et fare

see tip Gat pul wel

Do you see us? Tom has an

has put out his
arm to get a bud
Or two, for suc.

and get wet.

WC.

fe.

am up

is.
on

be

1
or
me
if
my

ali

and

you

Oat.


Words op oar Doh e.

when walk goes

ike. park cold

does fine ‘time

Do you like to
walk in the park?

May does. She goes out

to walk when the day
iS fae and not too hot nor too cold.



Words - Four and Five Letters.
more have they swing think shout
boys pays says sport plank stout

Relle says it yy =
(6 ine fun. to 5
swing, but the 3
boys think they __
have more sport ,



on the see-saw.
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sant

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Pst ee Spaprereens OPP megan EMPEY PITT) At a ton

Short Words of Two Syllables.
merry — la-dy yeayigit par-ty dain-ty
















other %¢ Le es lable
near- ly ) | ‘ise arble
al-so. o fe » al-ter
al-mostd 4 ul “hy = of-ten

eal 4 eae
o-pen’ “4 : A 1) a fe
hap-py o\
lit-tle
be-Ing wy ll ot uy eae _
ay «il Me , yg

chat-ty - ae

jolly —- ara. ea oo
telling story ver-y ever fin-ish
Names of Animals and Birds.
horse siecp woll. turkey — rob-in

cow rab-bit fox .~ goose owl

cat squir-rel bear hen crow
dog rat ~lvon duck swan
pig mouse tiger sparrow eagle
Some Fourth Of Fully Boys.
HERE is the Boy- town ad ade,





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in “hon “OF. of





is hc on-ly pri-vate,

Fred is go-ing to fire his
can-non. Rose stands near,
| but puts her hands up
0 her ears to keep out
) the noise. Tom, Rob,
and Har-ry are let-ting



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