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Peter in trouble

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Title:
Peter in trouble
Series Title:
Peter and Patty books
Creator:
Franklin Book Co ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
Philadelphia
Publisher:
Franklin Book Co.
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Language:
English
Physical Description:
[12] p. : ill. ; 24 cm.

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Subjects / Keywords:
Nursery rhymes -- 1898 ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements -- 1898 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1898
Genre:
Nursery rhymes ( rbgenr )
Publishers' advertisements ( rbgenr )
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Pennsylvania -- Philadelphia
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

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Title from cover.
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Includes publisher's advertisement.

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University of Florida
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In a See of Ten Books with the
following TITLES:

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. Patty’s Surprise.

v2, The Little Cook.
“3. Peter in Trouble.
“4, Patty’s Party.
"6. Late to Schoo.
: 6, Ke- \ing House. .

—

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Le | __. “At the Circus.
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comes oe Prod oes was nothing in the tab
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THREE WISE MEN OF GOTHAM. |

* HREE wise men of Gotham

Went to Sea in a bowl;
And if the bowl had been stronger,
_My song would have been longer.



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CHARLEY, CHARLEY.

HARLEY, Charley,
o Stole the barley
Out of the baker’s shop;
The baker came out,

















And gave him a clout,
And made poor Charley hop.

RIDE A COCK-HORSE.

IDE a Cock-horse
R To Banbury-cross,
To see an old lady
Upon a white horse;

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DILLER, a dollar,
A. ten o'clock

scholar,

What makes you come

so soon? 1,
You used to come At

ten o'clock
And now you —

come at

noon.

The little Pig rocked the cradle,

The Dish jumped on the table,

To see the Pot swallow the Ladle,

The Spit that stood behind the door,
Threw the ‘Pudding-stick on the floox
‘ Odsplutt” said the Gridiron, “can’t you agree? !
Time: the head constable,—bring them to me.” eiieae

ns Sow came in with the Saddle,



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“HARD TIMES.”

( | VE heard it said that ‘times are bad,"
I rather think they be; :
I’m sure a miserabler boy

You could not find than me.

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I've got a kite, but lost
nly string,

I’ve also lost my ball;
And right down from

the apple-tree
I've had a drefful fall.






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three
Little birds
Lee in a tree,
eS IES CASI chirping
; = and warbling |
As blythe as can be.



Four, five, six,
_ Little games and tricks
A band of small people

Are eager to fix.



iS “ST opoqRy.

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LITTLE MISS MUFFET.

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Eating her curds.and whey:

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THERE came a great spider
Who sat down beside her
And frightened Miss Muffet away.



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OME, ‘good Mr. Watts,
We are troubled with rats,
— Will you drive them |
out of the house ?
_ We have: mite, too, .in plenty’
«That feed: in the. pantry.




But let the mice
stay







_ And nibble

a away.
~ What harm’s in

alittle

- brown

mouse ?





LITTLE JACK HORNER,

ITTLE Teck Homer
Sat in a corner
Eating a
Christmas pie,



Tde put in
his thumb

And mulled

outa =o
‘plum,

And said,

7 “What.a
good boy
amu)



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f HAD A LITTLE HOBBY HORSE.






HAD a little hobby.
| horse, ce

And it was dappl
gray;

Its head was made of
pea straw,

Its tail was made of
hay,

I sold it to an
old woman

Fora: copper
groat;

And I'll not sing
my song
again a

Without a new eK
coat,





jie MAN IN TEE MOON.

Came tumbling down,
And asked his way to Norwich;



He went by the south,
AnJ burnt his mouth ——
With supping cold pease por- --_
ridge. ==



ROCK-A-BY BABY.

OCK-A-BY, baby, thy cradle is green;
aN Father’s a nobleman, mother’s a queen;
And Betty’s a lady, and wears a gold ring;
And Johnny’s a drummer, and drums for the King.



Hush-a-by baby, on.the tree top,
When the wind blows the cradle will rock.
When the bough bends, the cradle will fall—
Dewn will come baby, bough, cradle, and all.



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Full Text



ey
Oe.

mn

: ae :
| Peter and Patty Bo

_ ARE ISSUED _

In a See of Ten Books with the
following TITLES:

se

Zick
o-

. Patty’s Surprise.

v2, The Little Cook.
“3. Peter in Trouble.
“4, Patty’s Party.
"6. Late to Schoo.
: 6, Ke- \ing House. .

—

~ \and Fido.
cf _uarrel.
Le | __. “At the Circus.
eT OS Going «Church.

Roomscoomaeneenel



alec



The Baldwin Library



Bae



Univ oo






Riz ZLES oe Pet ER AND ie | i
Pie, im Troahl

SS
meee Te Wass

‘



Pe. was & very

curious boy .. a








yes | sy ee
and
3 were
always
getting shoe palgage
~ Trouble
7 se \. He was. in. the garden
. ae day oe me Y on Poe
A. saw a 4 a on Ye 7 OF. the a He
Bee Ue



= ee Haga
must know what &

: a Oe, cimbalap ae
safely - but the =



Sher



and “het until some one

comes oe Prod oes was nothing in the tab
Co ee opler all | as ae


THREE WISE MEN OF GOTHAM. |

* HREE wise men of Gotham

Went to Sea in a bowl;
And if the bowl had been stronger,
_My song would have been longer.



e

CHARLEY, CHARLEY.

HARLEY, Charley,
o Stole the barley
Out of the baker’s shop;
The baker came out,

















And gave him a clout,
And made poor Charley hop.

RIDE A COCK-HORSE.

IDE a Cock-horse
R To Banbury-cross,
To see an old lady
Upon a white horse;

S \ ae 5 £
oo, _--»., Rings on her fingers,
2 e And bells on her toes,










Tf ee 1
fy Mg Sue Shall have music
gh FXG; pase ‘
AGS Ce Wherever
CASAS
sent) MN she goes.
@ CLG co My
> x us, : : Y x
wisn gis
iia ae yea




uk DILLER, Cae ue oe <

wo Stl ee







DILLER, a dollar,
A. ten o'clock

scholar,

What makes you come

so soon? 1,
You used to come At

ten o'clock
And now you —

come at

noon.

The little Pig rocked the cradle,

The Dish jumped on the table,

To see the Pot swallow the Ladle,

The Spit that stood behind the door,
Threw the ‘Pudding-stick on the floox
‘ Odsplutt” said the Gridiron, “can’t you agree? !
Time: the head constable,—bring them to me.” eiieae

ns Sow came in with the Saddle,



Ca
“HARD TIMES.”

( | VE heard it said that ‘times are bad,"
I rather think they be; :
I’m sure a miserabler boy

You could not find than me.

a



I've got a kite, but lost
nly string,

I’ve also lost my ball;
And right down from

the apple-tree
I've had a drefful fall.






eh
AN) i, § r
M ~~ And when my birthda
y y

came last weeks,

<< And I was five. years
ola ?

oof ust think—l had to siay

i Ch a a o

“Decause IL had a cotid !—3#. P.




\NE, — two;
three
Little birds
Lee in a tree,
eS IES CASI chirping
; = and warbling |
As blythe as can be.



Four, five, six,
_ Little games and tricks
A band of small people

Are eager to fix.



iS “ST opoqRy.

ee eee
SS


LITTLE MISS MUFFET.

me

DDD) HANNS

i

Y)

Resets a

she sat on a tuffet

Eating her curds.and whey:

’

Muffet

LaitrLte Missi.

\




LITTLE MISS MUFFET.

piensa



AND

———
omnes
——2

A
FON

a O
=e i
= he

D
Ui
y) 4
a
})
i
‘
We
zw
~! ¥if
(ae
a
ie
4
i

——~-.

ee
SS
ieee ene een
Sa eee ——
SS

THERE came a great spider
Who sat down beside her
And frightened Miss Muffet away.
2S gi

OME, ‘good Mr. Watts,
We are troubled with rats,
— Will you drive them |
out of the house ?
_ We have: mite, too, .in plenty’
«That feed: in the. pantry.




But let the mice
stay







_ And nibble

a away.
~ What harm’s in

alittle

- brown

mouse ?


LITTLE JACK HORNER,

ITTLE Teck Homer
Sat in a corner
Eating a
Christmas pie,



Tde put in
his thumb

And mulled

outa =o
‘plum,

And said,

7 “What.a
good boy
amu)



5 . 2 = 3
f HAD A LITTLE HOBBY HORSE.






HAD a little hobby.
| horse, ce

And it was dappl
gray;

Its head was made of
pea straw,

Its tail was made of
hay,

I sold it to an
old woman

Fora: copper
groat;

And I'll not sing
my song
again a

Without a new eK
coat,


jie MAN IN TEE MOON.

Came tumbling down,
And asked his way to Norwich;



He went by the south,
AnJ burnt his mouth ——
With supping cold pease por- --_
ridge. ==



ROCK-A-BY BABY.

OCK-A-BY, baby, thy cradle is green;
aN Father’s a nobleman, mother’s a queen;
And Betty’s a lady, and wears a gold ring;
And Johnny’s a drummer, and drums for the King.



Hush-a-by baby, on.the tree top,
When the wind blows the cradle will rock.
When the bough bends, the cradle will fall—
Dewn will come baby, bough, cradle, and all.
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