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Pastime ABC book

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Title:
Pastime ABC book
Portion of title:
Pastime A B C book
Creator:
MacLoughlin 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 rhymes -- Juvenile literature ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1900
Alphabet books -- 1900
Bldn -- 1900
Genre:
Children's poetry
Alphabet books
non-fiction ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

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General Note:
Cover title.
General Note:
Paper covers.

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
023997732 ( ALEPH )
23350390 ( OCLC )
AHM8767 ( NOTIS )

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COPYRIGHT 1900 St
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NewYork.
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is Good and Gay.



WHAT gay sport we have

When Jack Frost comes around,










And with snow cold and white
Covers over the ground!
Our only complaint :
Is that Jack has a way _
Cheeks and fingers of 7
pinching

If long out we stay.

YOU hold your head |
high, Mr. Rooster,
- You seem to be |
: terribly proud !
I suppose that you think
Fos you are clever
Because you can
, : crow so loud.
If you, sir, could work
in the garden,
Sowing and raking
like me,
And raising most
beautiful flowers,
For your pride some
excuse there might be.










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I'd like to ere on without stop;
For Bobby is able to push mé
Right up to the very tree-top. -
With the bright blue sky above me,
And the soft green grass below,
I feel like a
flying fairy,
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Weim imiteens will knit,
And Jack Frost can
not get at

their fingers at all.

NOW, sit up, doggie Fido,
And pay attention, do;

There’s something quite important
I wish to say to you.

I grant that you are clever,
Obedient, and kind,

But your table manners, truly,

_ Are not at all refined. -

You are in too great a hurry
To gobble up your food;

Such greediness, dear Fido,
Is really dreadful rude;

And I hope you'll now endeavor
To eat daintily and slow—

You can learn to without trouble,

If youll only try, I know.







A CALL FROM A VERY FASHIONABLE VISITOR.







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Full Text


x
2



COPYRIGHT 1900 St
OUGHLIN S.
ee Be
NewYork.
-












/ | \ 2 = ae
= \ is Anna, shooling
YX san Arrow:








sp



is Benjamin Lo
wheeling his Barrow. | |
. wT

| LL i

InN










ae




is Clara, kissing
» her Cat:




who at
Dinner sat.



IS a é
reed fo atl;













































is @ Com vie
is Good and Gay.
WHAT gay sport we have

When Jack Frost comes around,










And with snow cold and white
Covers over the ground!
Our only complaint :
Is that Jack has a way _
Cheeks and fingers of 7
pinching

If long out we stay.

YOU hold your head |
high, Mr. Rooster,
- You seem to be |
: terribly proud !
I suppose that you think
Fos you are clever
Because you can
, : crow so loud.
If you, sir, could work
in the garden,
Sowing and raking
like me,
And raising most
beautiful flowers,
For your pride some
excuse there might be.







a NG! Swing! Oh, isn't this splendid! :
I'd like to ere on without stop;
For Bobby is able to push mé
Right up to the very tree-top. -
With the bright blue sky above me,
And the soft green grass below,
I feel like a
flying fairy,
As backward
and
forward
I go!






| is - Harry. raking









is Isabel \ift-,

4]

\
i!

sliding on Ice

%
y



















Hi Hi — z
mae) it Be
aA, nd



he eS =
il

iS Jelly which
John thinks nice.

[
\







Leis Kate, with her
4 7 litfle black Kid. |

My )\\\\\
WH]



Z am Wit
/ Se y\\
ey ||
Se

is Lawrence =|

SN
\

liffing a Lid. ~









~

ee Se

= Hie Sf Z

ae jee jl | F

* IS. Ned) finding |

the Nest of a linnef.
\

is the Moon. and ibe - :
Ae CTS Co Le


Sia



PREPARED TO GIVE THE ENEMY A WARM RECEPTION.
Banuabts (ihn
a Seta



THE TERRIBLE CHIEF, FROWN-ON-THE-FACE, SCALPS POOR DOLL FLOSSIE.







\ \ 3 < ; \
aN a | slands for Oranges,
a 4 Ey Offered for sale, :



:





zy ) lente , with milk

na Pail.





wy

i





a a



(Ht a).
‘hy, ee A,
= ome
~ VG

is the Queen,
with a crown
on her head;







*.

ees ~“
Se os :

- Fey” . .

ey Te ae

9 a )

ar

See
ee SS x
SSS aos

NSE
——
SS =
SS

=

ee
|








SS





af py





3
SS



7

S





SS




co



see

building a tower.




Sn
| ITILE Mabel and May
Are busy to-day;












They are winding
- some yarn
in a ball:
hen Mother with it
Weim imiteens will knit,
And Jack Frost can
not get at

their fingers at all.

NOW, sit up, doggie Fido,
And pay attention, do;

There’s something quite important
I wish to say to you.

I grant that you are clever,
Obedient, and kind,

But your table manners, truly,

_ Are not at all refined. -

You are in too great a hurry
To gobble up your food;

Such greediness, dear Fido,
Is really dreadful rude;

And I hope you'll now endeavor
To eat daintily and slow—

You can learn to without trouble,

If youll only try, I know.




A CALL FROM A VERY FASHIONABLE VISITOR.




xe |
yi

| | | sain Bil |

f
i i]
ie : sity
| Mey Yel NUP Ne
! fy —4is
i 2h oN) |
t Ney \
; WY ne C
aa ‘SN
= 6 HN) So |
\ Le. aye
YX lo, A
ep A ~ \
= Wee \ 2 5 \
7
\ e ° y a
\ . Rohe b
| | { ae - s \i
\
.







‘

a . L
—— £ =) — a >= Se
ae ae ‘
' oe
=

—=|f our =Umbrella,

fhe_rain;





|
:
|
Say

which keeps off He "Ty

ass ae 2
Tit USE
Nacsa CYY Mi! Gog
‘ i, 4,
} = ‘9 BAe 4,

% |, a. 5
4 Pari .
NV} Be

; is the Wheel, which —

ae

\ 3
My 7 AUG itt
fit . a 3
“ Wi Re ’

ma LS








28





‘ “aetur

Ade
1s Vicloria, §—
watching the Vane.

Zp
NG
PP

If LEE
BA, :

Winnie can ride: =

A.



is Xerxes, a king
full O prise








(a aes Jobe.
; wilh siripes
‘black and while. }








ve



om





eNG



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