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Adventures of Henny Penny and her friends

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Title:
Adventures of Henny Penny and her friends
Caption title:
Henny-Penny
Creator:
McLoughlin Bros., inc ( Publisher )
Place of Publication:
New York
Publisher:
McLoughlin Bro's
Publication Date:
Language:
English
Physical Description:
16 p. : col. ill. ; 27 cm.

Subjects

Subjects / Keywords:
Domestic animals -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Friendship -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Adventure and adventurers -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Hens -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Roosters -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Ducks -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Foxes -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Chickens -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Turkeys -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Fear -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Tales -- Juvenile fiction ( lcsh )
Picture books for children ( lcsh )
Allegories -- 1899 ( rbgenr )
Juvenile literature -- 1899 ( rbgenr )
Fables -- 1899 ( rbgenr )
Folk tales -- 1899 ( rbgenr )
Bldn -- 1899
Genre:
Allegories ( rbgenr )
Children's literature ( fast )
Fables ( rbgenr )
Folk tales ( rbgenr )
novel ( marcgt )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- New York -- New York
Target Audience:
juvenile ( marctarget )

Notes

General Note:
Pictorial cover.
General Note:
Title and imprint statement transcribed from cover.
General Note:
Cover and most textual illustrations chromolithographed.

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University of Florida
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Resource Identifier:
027415638 ( ALEPH )
ALK9709 ( NOTIS )
191234860 ( OCLC )

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(OR fine summer morning a Hen was

picking peas in a farm - yard under a
pea-stack, when a pea fell on her head such
a thump that she thoushr the sky was falling.
And she thought she would go to the Court
and tell the King that the sky was falling:
so she caed, and she gaed, and she gaed,
and she met a Cock And ile Cock said,---











Hlenny-penny.

“Where are you going to-day, Henny-
penny: |

And she said,---

“Oh, Cocky-locky, the sky is falling, and
] am going to tell the King

And Cocky-locky said,--- _ | :

“J will go with you, Henny-penny.”

So Coe logy and Henny-penny they :
gaed, and they gaed, and they gaed till they
met a Duck. So the ‘Duck said,--- ,

“Where are you going to- o-day, Cocky-
locky and Henny- penny?

And they said,---

“Oh, Ducky-daddles, the sky is falling,
and we are going to tell the King.”



| fleuny-penny.
And Ducky-daddles said,--
“T will go with you, Cocky-locky and
Henny-penny. — , |
So Ducky-daddles, and Cocky-locky, and
Henny-penny they gaed, and they gaed, and
igey gaed till they met a Goose 30 tlie
Goose said,---
“Where are you going to-day, Ducky.
daddles,: Cocky: locky, and ZO penny ?”
“And Ahey said,--
| “Oh, Goosie-poosie, the sky is falling, and
we are going to tell the King.”
And een: AiG
“T will go with you, wucky-daddles,
Cocky-locky, and Henny-penny.”



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flenny-penny.

So Goosie-poosie, and Ducky-daddles, and
Cocky-locky, and Henny-penny they gaed,
and they gaed, and they gaed till they met
a Turkey. So the [Turkey said,--- |

“Where are you going to-day, Goosie-
poosie. Ducky - daddles, Cocky - locky, and
Henny-penny ?” |

And they said,---

“Oh, Turkey-lurky, the sky is caer Pr
we are going to teli the King.”

And Turkey-lurky said,---

“JT will go with you, Goosie-poosie, Ducky-
daddles, Cocky-locky, and Henny-penny.”

50 Turkey-lurky. and Goosie-poosie, and
e ~ Pucky-daddles, and Cocoa. and Henny- —



A penny.

penny they gaed, and they gaed, and they
eaed tll they met a Fox So the Tox
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| \\iiere aie you going to- sa Turkey-
lurky. Goosie- _poosie, Ducky- daddles, aoe
locky,, and Henny- penny

“And they. ee

“Oh, Mi. Fox the sky i is falling and we
are soing to. well Une King”

And the Fox said, ae

Come with me, Turkey- lurky, Goosie-
poosie, nice daddles- Cocky: locky, and
Henny-penny, and I will show you the road
to ike King’s house.”

So they all gaed. and they gaed, and they











Hlenny-penny.

gaed till fey came to the Moxs tole, and
the Fox took them all alee his hole, and his
young aie eat Up) Miece poor Henny-penny,
then Soar Cocky-locky, then poor Ducky-
daddles, then poor Goosie-poosie, and then

poor Turkey-lurky and so they never got to |
~ the King to, tell: him that the sky, had fallen
on the head of poor Henny- -penny. :





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Full Text
ONCE Sate
aoe

IGHT {899

OUGHLIN BROS.
Ateloyen NB.

Be Aeos

se BROS



dies Ny - PEN NY.

(OR fine summer morning a Hen was

picking peas in a farm - yard under a
pea-stack, when a pea fell on her head such
a thump that she thoushr the sky was falling.
And she thought she would go to the Court
and tell the King that the sky was falling:
so she caed, and she gaed, and she gaed,
and she met a Cock And ile Cock said,---


Hlenny-penny.

“Where are you going to-day, Henny-
penny: |

And she said,---

“Oh, Cocky-locky, the sky is falling, and
] am going to tell the King

And Cocky-locky said,--- _ | :

“J will go with you, Henny-penny.”

So Coe logy and Henny-penny they :
gaed, and they gaed, and they gaed till they
met a Duck. So the ‘Duck said,--- ,

“Where are you going to- o-day, Cocky-
locky and Henny- penny?

And they said,---

“Oh, Ducky-daddles, the sky is falling,
and we are going to tell the King.”
| fleuny-penny.
And Ducky-daddles said,--
“T will go with you, Cocky-locky and
Henny-penny. — , |
So Ducky-daddles, and Cocky-locky, and
Henny-penny they gaed, and they gaed, and
igey gaed till they met a Goose 30 tlie
Goose said,---
“Where are you going to-day, Ducky.
daddles,: Cocky: locky, and ZO penny ?”
“And Ahey said,--
| “Oh, Goosie-poosie, the sky is falling, and
we are going to tell the King.”
And een: AiG
“T will go with you, wucky-daddles,
Cocky-locky, and Henny-penny.”
oT
Lille:



flenny-penny.

So Goosie-poosie, and Ducky-daddles, and
Cocky-locky, and Henny-penny they gaed,
and they gaed, and they gaed till they met
a Turkey. So the [Turkey said,--- |

“Where are you going to-day, Goosie-
poosie. Ducky - daddles, Cocky - locky, and
Henny-penny ?” |

And they said,---

“Oh, Turkey-lurky, the sky is caer Pr
we are going to teli the King.”

And Turkey-lurky said,---

“JT will go with you, Goosie-poosie, Ducky-
daddles, Cocky-locky, and Henny-penny.”

50 Turkey-lurky. and Goosie-poosie, and
e ~ Pucky-daddles, and Cocoa. and Henny- —
A penny.

penny they gaed, and they gaed, and they
eaed tll they met a Fox So the Tox
S210

| \\iiere aie you going to- sa Turkey-
lurky. Goosie- _poosie, Ducky- daddles, aoe
locky,, and Henny- penny

“And they. ee

“Oh, Mi. Fox the sky i is falling and we
are soing to. well Une King”

And the Fox said, ae

Come with me, Turkey- lurky, Goosie-
poosie, nice daddles- Cocky: locky, and
Henny-penny, and I will show you the road
to ike King’s house.”

So they all gaed. and they gaed, and they


Hlenny-penny.

gaed till fey came to the Moxs tole, and
the Fox took them all alee his hole, and his
young aie eat Up) Miece poor Henny-penny,
then Soar Cocky-locky, then poor Ducky-
daddles, then poor Goosie-poosie, and then

poor Turkey-lurky and so they never got to |
~ the King to, tell: him that the sky, had fallen
on the head of poor Henny- -penny. :


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