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With drum and fife

Material Information

Title:
With drum and fife
Series Title:
Artistic series
Creator:
Raphael Tuck & Sons ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
London ;
New York
Publisher:
Raphael Tuck & Sons Co.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[8] p. : ;

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Children's poetry -- 1898
Bldn -- 1898
Genre:
Children's poetry
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York
England -- London
France -- Paris
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Imprint also notes publisher's location in Paris.

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University of Florida
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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
028006006 ( ALEPH )
55018652 ( OCLC )
AJH6449 ( NOTIS )

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oF



Father
Tuck’s
“PLAY &
PLEASURE”
7 Series.

London

{ SNS — =New York = Paris
Desianeduat the Studios.in England, OL APHAEL, JuckK Cr SONS, (Gor [re. 2 a





J Published by
No1004



WITH DRUM AND FIFE.

With a rub-a-dub-dub,
And a thumpety-tum,

Comes a little bub,

With his = fife and drum.

He's Freddie, “our defender, —
And he's going to go
Wherever he may render

-Help against a foe.

With a rat-a-plan, —
And a thumpety-o,
Hell charge in the. van,

Like a brave hero
He’s going to glory,

And he'll never retreat,

Or leave the field, before he

Has the enemy beat.

Copyrnicut, 1898, ay RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., Lro., N. Y.



| The Baldwin Library
| University
B of
TD Provide



Here is our brave cavalry,
Going to the war, you see,
Nellie and the
Dolly too.

Tommy,

They are going to the front,
Where they will share the
battle’s brunt— 2
I wish I were going,—do

not your:



“See their little wooden horse?

He will never budge, of course.
Never run away, or scare, or
shy,
Dolly mounts him without
fear,
Nellie girl is in the rear,

Tommy leads them with his

head up high.



2,

C/
Nines a)

2 Se ; Wn ae
Sg oS

Gre
VAG a






When they meet the foe, beware,

So the foe had best prepare ;

Who’s the foe? I’m sure I cannot tell,

Maybe he’s the Thomas-cat,

if he 1s, hed better scat







Or our brave young
friends will
make

him



__._ Wants to join the cavalry,

ge Sa
=~ ee t care for cosas



Heard the battle warning,

Early in the morning, re Carrying a pennon:



za Hurrah! Hurrah! The drum and fife

Are calling us to war.
Go get your gun, your sword, your knife,

The foe is at the door.
The foe is that great Thomas-cat,

Who howls the whole night through;



He's big, and strong, and brave and fat,



But we will make him shoo.

We'll chase him very far away,
co he'll not come again,

And turn the night time into day,

And eause folks lots of pain.
Hurrah! Hurrah! The fife and drum |
Are calling us to war,
So every boy and girl must

come,

The foe is at the door.





Frankies playing Williain Tell
With his sister's doll;
Takes his gun and shoots so well,
Apple soon must fall.
For you know the story how
: William placed with care,
An apple on his young son’s head
And: -shot- ite. in 2 the aire

His young son unmoved stood there,
While his father shot,
Never touched a single hair,
Went right to the spot.
And his aiming was so cue

That the apple fell
Half on each side; cut in two.
ous shot William








cs

eS af We yy





Frankie's trying hard to learn
Shooting at his mark;
Dogey’s watching with concern,
Doesn’t even bark.
Dolly’s wig is blown away.
| Now by Frankie’s gun.

Sister will not like this play;




Dolly’ll be undone.







The war is done,

Hurrah!

Hurrah!

And we again have peace.

the cat, is gone,

Our enemy,

now will cease.

His howling



UP
fv A & \
\ SIE



LSE SAA











AN



will keep

”Y

No more at night, his ‘meow

in fear awake.

Us all

No, happily we'll go to sleep,

Naught will our slumbers_ break.



And all the dear ones who took part
In chasing off the foe,
We'll gratefully clasp to our heart,

Because we love them so.

Hurrah! Hurrah! The war is done
And we again have peace.
Our enemy, the cat, has gone,

His howling now will cease,

JW. S.



Published by

£ Rapuaee, Tuck & SONS, Co,, [2°

No. 1004 : London - Paris - New York.

Designed at the Studios in England.





Full Text






oF



Father
Tuck’s
“PLAY &
PLEASURE”
7 Series.

London

{ SNS — =New York = Paris
Desianeduat the Studios.in England, OL APHAEL, JuckK Cr SONS, (Gor [re. 2 a





J Published by
No1004
WITH DRUM AND FIFE.

With a rub-a-dub-dub,
And a thumpety-tum,

Comes a little bub,

With his = fife and drum.

He's Freddie, “our defender, —
And he's going to go
Wherever he may render

-Help against a foe.

With a rat-a-plan, —
And a thumpety-o,
Hell charge in the. van,

Like a brave hero
He’s going to glory,

And he'll never retreat,

Or leave the field, before he

Has the enemy beat.

Copyrnicut, 1898, ay RAPHAEL TUCK & SONS CO., Lro., N. Y.



| The Baldwin Library
| University
B of
TD Provide
Here is our brave cavalry,
Going to the war, you see,
Nellie and the
Dolly too.

Tommy,

They are going to the front,
Where they will share the
battle’s brunt— 2
I wish I were going,—do

not your:



“See their little wooden horse?

He will never budge, of course.
Never run away, or scare, or
shy,
Dolly mounts him without
fear,
Nellie girl is in the rear,

Tommy leads them with his

head up high.



2,

C/
Nines a)

2 Se ; Wn ae
Sg oS

Gre
VAG a



When they meet the foe, beware,

So the foe had best prepare ;

Who’s the foe? I’m sure I cannot tell,

Maybe he’s the Thomas-cat,

if he 1s, hed better scat







Or our brave young
friends will
make

him
__._ Wants to join the cavalry,

ge Sa
=~ ee t care for cosas



Heard the battle warning,

Early in the morning, re Carrying a pennon:
za Hurrah! Hurrah! The drum and fife

Are calling us to war.
Go get your gun, your sword, your knife,

The foe is at the door.
The foe is that great Thomas-cat,

Who howls the whole night through;



He's big, and strong, and brave and fat,



But we will make him shoo.

We'll chase him very far away,
co he'll not come again,

And turn the night time into day,

And eause folks lots of pain.
Hurrah! Hurrah! The fife and drum |
Are calling us to war,
So every boy and girl must

come,

The foe is at the door.


Frankies playing Williain Tell
With his sister's doll;
Takes his gun and shoots so well,
Apple soon must fall.
For you know the story how
: William placed with care,
An apple on his young son’s head
And: -shot- ite. in 2 the aire

His young son unmoved stood there,
While his father shot,
Never touched a single hair,
Went right to the spot.
And his aiming was so cue

That the apple fell
Half on each side; cut in two.
ous shot William








cs

eS af We yy


Frankie's trying hard to learn
Shooting at his mark;
Dogey’s watching with concern,
Doesn’t even bark.
Dolly’s wig is blown away.
| Now by Frankie’s gun.

Sister will not like this play;




Dolly’ll be undone.

The war is done,

Hurrah!

Hurrah!

And we again have peace.

the cat, is gone,

Our enemy,

now will cease.

His howling



UP
fv A & \
\ SIE



LSE SAA











AN



will keep

”Y

No more at night, his ‘meow

in fear awake.

Us all

No, happily we'll go to sleep,

Naught will our slumbers_ break.
And all the dear ones who took part
In chasing off the foe,
We'll gratefully clasp to our heart,

Because we love them so.

Hurrah! Hurrah! The war is done
And we again have peace.
Our enemy, the cat, has gone,

His howling now will cease,

JW. S.
Published by

£ Rapuaee, Tuck & SONS, Co,, [2°

No. 1004 : London - Paris - New York.

Designed at the Studios in England.