Citation
Circus friend's

Material Information

Title:
Circus friend's
Series Title:
Pleasure series
Creator:
McLoughlin Bros, inc ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
New York
Publisher:
McLoughlin Bros.
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
[10] p. : ill. (some col.) ; 17 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Circus -- Juvenile literature ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1898
Bldn -- 1898
Genre:
Children's poetry
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Linen cover and pages.

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University of Florida
Holding Location:
University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
024442371 ( ALEPH )
23830655 ( OCLC )
AHP3334 ( NOTIS )

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PLEASURE
SERIES



GPraianr 10399
MctOUGHLIN BROS.













[> very plain a tight-rope
. makes
-A roadway rather narrow |
On which to travel back and forth,
And trundle a wheelbarrow ;
So I am sure you ll not dispute
. That Jack shows well his ialents
When thus with ease he promenades
And always keeps his balance.









HIS talented Giraffe can play

In such a skillful, pleasing way,
That every one who hears agrees
That he is Master of the Keys;
So ’tis not strange at all that he
Should hold his head high, as you see.



GUS

Aresqr] WIMpTER SUL



PON a swiftly racing horse,
Miss Della dashes round the course;
Through a paper hoop she
flies—crick——crack—__ = A
And lightly
lands
upon











‘ EeS>
H, this is the joker who makes people laugh!
Enough of his capers they cannot get half;
He knows how-to frolic, to romp, and make fun,
In a style that’s so jolly it suits every one;
And when he is through you will hear all declare,

A more comical clown they’ve not seen anywhere.





TRAPEZE PERFORMERS.





JOCKO PRETTYFACE JOCKO PRETTYFACE



HESE Cyclists wondrous tricks can do,
Skillful, bold, and ~~
graceful too;

While the Clown
cuts up
an








such a
style,








Se :
ERE of Jugglers
is a pair
Whose performance
makes us stare;
How they keep these
balls a-going
Is a thing that’s past our knowing .
We just admire their doings clever,
And say in wonder, “ Well I never!”





Ee day, upon her bicycle, Miss Piggywig
goes out;

She cuts a funny figure, for she’s growing rather
stout 5

Young piggies on the sidewalk—very saucy
little mockers— _ :

Shout loudly as she passes, ‘‘ Look at Fatty’s
knickerbockers !”



pment

meter neers errnemans ben mnteta



is Mademoiselle Eugenie

Of W





Queen.

?

ild Beasts she is called the

Is.

T

That she has lots of nerve and courage

Is a fact that’s easily seen.







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I

rato.
PLEASURE
SERIES



GPraianr 10399
MctOUGHLIN BROS.










[> very plain a tight-rope
. makes
-A roadway rather narrow |
On which to travel back and forth,
And trundle a wheelbarrow ;
So I am sure you ll not dispute
. That Jack shows well his ialents
When thus with ease he promenades
And always keeps his balance.






HIS talented Giraffe can play

In such a skillful, pleasing way,
That every one who hears agrees
That he is Master of the Keys;
So ’tis not strange at all that he
Should hold his head high, as you see.



GUS

Aresqr] WIMpTER SUL
PON a swiftly racing horse,
Miss Della dashes round the course;
Through a paper hoop she
flies—crick——crack—__ = A
And lightly
lands
upon








‘ EeS>
H, this is the joker who makes people laugh!
Enough of his capers they cannot get half;
He knows how-to frolic, to romp, and make fun,
In a style that’s so jolly it suits every one;
And when he is through you will hear all declare,

A more comical clown they’ve not seen anywhere.


TRAPEZE PERFORMERS.


JOCKO PRETTYFACE JOCKO PRETTYFACE
HESE Cyclists wondrous tricks can do,
Skillful, bold, and ~~
graceful too;

While the Clown
cuts up
an








such a
style,





Se :
ERE of Jugglers
is a pair
Whose performance
makes us stare;
How they keep these
balls a-going
Is a thing that’s past our knowing .
We just admire their doings clever,
And say in wonder, “ Well I never!”


Ee day, upon her bicycle, Miss Piggywig
goes out;

She cuts a funny figure, for she’s growing rather
stout 5

Young piggies on the sidewalk—very saucy
little mockers— _ :

Shout loudly as she passes, ‘‘ Look at Fatty’s
knickerbockers !”
pment

meter neers errnemans ben mnteta



is Mademoiselle Eugenie

Of W





Queen.

?

ild Beasts she is called the

Is.

T

That she has lots of nerve and courage

Is a fact that’s easily seen.