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The Baldwin Library
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HIS FIRST EDITION OFP -
[i]URSERY OONGS AND
W- HYMES PICTURED.C-
IN.BI.ACK AND WHITE BY
INIPRED @MITH, ^*
IS PRINTED ON DUTCH HAND -
f1ADE PAPER, IN A LIMITEiD
ISSUE OF 1000 COPIES ONLY;
FUTURE EDITIONS WIL, BE PULL-
ED ON RNARTIQUB PAPER. ,
LITTLEE BO-PEEP HAS LOST HER SHEEP,
AtWD CANNOT TELL WHERE TO FIND THEM
LEAVE THEM ALONE, AND THEY'LL
COME HOME -~ RINGING THEIR TAILS
BEHIND THEM L 0, p., A, s s y
Little Bo-peep has lost her sheep, p $ 7
And cannot tell where to find then
Leave them &lone, and they'll come home,
And b tin4 their tails behind them. e
f Little Bo-peep fell fast asleep, P
S .And drea.mt .he heard them bleating
S But when she awoke she found it a joke,
P For still they all were fleetin4g.,O
Then up she took her little crook a vP o
Determined for to find them P p bleed,
She found them indeed, but it made her heat
For they'd left their tails behind them.oP
Sini a. soniofsixpence, a pocket full of vye,
Rou a&nd twenty blackblrds bhled in a pie;
kWhen the pie was opened the bihAs betain to sIn
Was not that a daiity dish to set before the kin.
The king was in his counting house, counting
0 00 0 out his money; 0 0 0
T'he queen was in the arbour,satino bread
^ and honey;
The maidi was in the 4arcden harnginA out
S < 53:V 6=5e the clothes, c nf e
Thelee cme a. little blackbird and srnapt
^foff her nose. L
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LA- ; i W.a6"l, lffit EQMI A IWT~
Ther maid wa.,sint'heg~pien -rheve cave e liftieblackbtvA
ha-nj~n4 out the lothes, ama snbtt off her nose.
'ide a, coc1-ho.rse to B nbury C; VoSs.
A;Fcosee a. fine Iacxy get on a white horse
With TingS on hev fintevs amn bells on her toes,
S he shall have music whenever she goes.
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Din"~,douJ, bell ; Pussyas in the well.C~&2.sQ9
Wo put her in? -iltle 'Tommy L1n.
"Ah0 pulled her ~t i? Little'Tormy Stoout.
h nWlhat a. nau~i44y bO w~s ~th&te
193CTo downpoor Pivssy Cat.
Curly locks! curlylocks! wilt thou be mine?
Thou shalt not wash dishes, nor yet feed ihe swine
But sit on a cushion and sew a fine seam, d
And feed upon strawberries suiar and cream.
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Little TJack Horner sat ini the corner
Eating his Christmas pie; rpl 1)m,
He put in his thumb, and pulled out a
And said "WVht a. good boy am I *
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ussy- cf, Pussy- cat, where have you been?
I've been to Lronrdon to look 2t the Queen.
Pussy- cat, Pussy-cat,wha;t did you there?
I frightened a little mouse under her chair.
THERE WAS AN OLD WOMAN
There was an old woman who lived
in a shoe,
She had so many child ren she didn't
know what to do
She gave them some both without
any brea, ,
She whipped (them all well and put
A them to bed.
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w heI ooI Ki-r Arthur ruled this lInI,
He w's a. ood1y king
7To Snake a ba4-puddii.
A 6ag.-puddin4 the cueen did mAke,
Anrd stuffed it well with plis :l
And in it put great lumps of f at,
As bii as my two thumbs.
The king an4d queen did eat tlheeof,
And noblemen beside ,
Anrd what they could not eat that night,
T'he queen next morning fried
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' here W2%S 2.n old woman, Gs I've hez,-id tell
She went to rnma-ke-t heis e#As fov to sell f9 9e
Sbe went to market all on ,N mzaket d-y, g,
Avid slefell asleep on the Ling s highwz.vy gg
There ce e by a pedlar, whose name was Stout,
He cut her petticoats all round about
He cut her petticoats up to the knees,
WXhicch mrde the old woman to shiver xncl freeze.
When the little old woman first did wake,
She began to shiver, 2nd she bean to shake;
rhe beg&n to wonder,and she begn to cry,
ILa-uk a. daisy on me, this canit be I !
"But if it be I as hope it e ,
I hzve a little dog at home a-nd he'll know me,
If it be I, he will wa4I his little tail,
And if it be -not I, he will loudly bark ana wil."
Home went the little woman all in the dak
Up oot the little do gand he beg~n to brrk;
He begs n to hbrk so she began to cry,
"LSauk & daisy on me this is none of I '
I have a little sister, they call her PeF
She wades the water, deep, dee
She climbs the mroun'tains, hidg,
Poor little thing she has buit o0
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Simple Simon met a piemarn,
Goilr to the fair;
Says Simple Simon to tihe pieman,
Let me taste your ware.
Says -the pienma to Simple Simon,
S1ow me fixt your penny.
Says Simple Simon to the pieman,
"Indeed I have not &ny .
Simple Simon -went b-fis:l6nm, ,
For to cvtch a whale /
But aml the woter he 6A ot
( \Xs inliis mother's pal.
p Simple ironn went to loo0k
Pl plums prew on a thistle,
e prickeJ hbs fin,ers very muc
N Which mzade poor Simon whIs-tIef7
Old Kin Cole w.ws a. merry old soul ,p
And a merry old soul was he -, .AP AV AAP
He called "for his pipe, and le called for his,bowl,
And he called for *6is fiddlers three 3-3Y
Every fiJdler he nhad a fiddle./,-S
And very fiine fiddle Lha he ~ o fi dders
'Twee htweedle dee, tweeile dee went theJv
Oh! theres none so vame, as can compare A
Wiih Kino Cole and his fiddler"s fthee.pA
A pretty little Iirl in a round- eared cap e
Met me in the streets V'other cdy I went buln
She.4ave me such a thump, that my heart it
I thought I should have. fainted away !4
I thought I should have fainted away 4
* Cross pb.tcl, draw the 1?4ch,
Sit 1:Y the fire ncl spin p
Tkae & cup anic d1iin it up,
Then c-11 your neip3hbours in.
~L3A~RB3EF SI-IAVtE~ 79 ~PI~
Bareer, barber, shavWe a2 pi,
How many hairs will ma2ke Nwi; ,
"~ur-and-twen-ty, t+hatis enoughi'
Give. the ba ver a, pinch of snuff.
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Hark hrk ,! the dogs do b&rk,
Begiars are coming tl town;
orne in js, some in- vags,
n\d son in velvet Aowns.
iltl Boy Blue, come ow up your horn,
The sheep's in the rxeml ow, the cow's in 'the corn
Where's the little boy tWt looks after the sheep?
He is under te hy- cock ft asleep
Will you wake him ? No not I
For if I do; he'll be sure to cry.
Hei ne "h x-oc s sle. #
he Queeni of Hearts, shle made some tarts,
All on a summenTs day; < 4D ,P
The Knuve of Hevats he stole the tarts
Annd took them clean away. ) Q p P
he Kino of Hearts called for the .arts,
And bea-t the K-nave full sore; p ,Op
The Knv.ve of Hearts brought bacc the trbt
A1nd vowed he' d steb1 nro Tnore. Pp
:BAA!BAA! BLACK SHEEP,
HAVE YOU AN~r" OOL ?
YESSIR ,YES, SIR,
THREE BAGS FULL:
ONE FOR MY MASTER,
ONE FOR MY DAIME,
S AND OME FOR
THE LI"TThLE BOY
THAT LIVES DoCXWN
c GL OUR LANE. cYa
Mi-ti M2essMary,cuite COrf.Y,
ocw does your gdd en -gow 9
Sidvet 'ells, tnd cockle shells,
Aid pretty m2nids all in a.vow.
Mistress Mry, uite contrary,
How does your i~aden grow'
Silver bells and'cockel shells,
And pretty m2ids 2.11 in a row.
OKSb LITTLE VE MISS MOPSEY c82
Cx:5, c-xLi-tl miss p Mopsey,
DRYId s;z him down beside h e,
Lite Miss mosey
She se-t in -tbe s hps
A= 2--ti9 of curds avl oey
XA -nd ss him clown beside her -
I a^d frightenecl Miss Mopsey w.
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Little~gim "rucker sings for his Suppe I r
N)Orht OW1 he eat ? %4hi~te breeal a~nd butter.
Hiow rokmi ine cut it wifliout e~er a, knife 9
HaW will he -rnxry without o'er b. wife?3