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afraid arms asked Susy Aunt Lizzy baby baby-house began to play Bible BIRTHDAY—CONCLUDED breakfast cake CHAPTER cheek clapped clock strikes cousin Dance dancey dear little dearly delighted dinner doll dressed fast asleep FIFTH BIRTHDAY—CONTINUED Frank and Charlie gave give Grandma grandmamma grow dark hands happy happy day Hatty kissed her dear little angel little darling little finger little girl little kitty little mousie little note Long time ago looked mamma and Robbie mamma took mother naughty never can tell nice nursery Oh yes papa and mamma parlor peep Peggy pleased pray pretty soon Robbie's nurse sing SIX BIRTHDAYS SIXTH BIRTHDAY—CONTINUED sleep smiling snow song story Susy and Robbie Susy sat Susy thought Susy's mamma Susy's papa sweet tell things thumbkin tired told took Susy toys walk
Page 52 - And run he did — home to his mother. Wise little Creepy-Crawly! 59 60 LITTLE KITTY. Once there was a little kitty, White as the snow; In the barn she used to frolic, Long; time ago. In the barn a little mousie Ran to and fro; For she heard the kitty coming, Long time ago. Two black eyes had little kitty, Black as a crow; And they spied the little mousie, Long time ago. Four soft paws had little kitty, Paws soft as dough; And they caught the little mousie, Long time ago.
Page 85 - The clock strikes three : The ship sails quietly over the sea. The horse says neigh, He wants some hay ; The clock strikes four : The coach is standing before the door. The hen cackles, The duck quackles ; The clock strikes six : Time to get up and pick mother some sticks. The cook will bake A nice little cake ; The clock strikes seven : Put on the pudding, and boil till eleven. You shall be fed With milk and bread ; The clock strikes eight : Come ! eat your breakfast...
Page 82 - I think, when I read that sweet story of old," and said every word so clearly and distinctly, that not one was lost. Then she said the first chapter of John. I do wish you could have heard her. She was then lifted down, and they...
Page 190 - Play about in the warm sun ? Or of fishes in the water ? God has counted every one. Every one He called by name When into the world it came. Knowest thou how many children Go to little beds at night ? That without a care or trouble Wake up with the morning light ? God in heaven each name can tell ; Knows thee too, and loves thee well I SELECTIONS FROM WAKD, LOCK, & TYLER'S CATALOGUE OP NEW AND POPULAR BOOKS.
Page 108 - Miller, she burn! her little finger Susy Miller, she burnt her little finger; Susy Miller, she burnt her little finger. One little finger burnt; One little, two little, three little fingers , Four little, five little, six little fingers ; Seven little, eight little, nine little fingers— Nine little fingers burnt!
Page 53 - Nine pearl teeth had little Kitty, All in a row ; And they bit the little mousie, Long time ago. When the teeth bit little mousie, Mousie she cried ' Oh ! ' But she got away from Kitty, Long time ago.
Page 121 - Two boys were once playing under a tree, when a nut fell from it near them. One of them picked it up. The other boy said : " It is my nut, for I saw it fall.
Page 85 - The moon it shines, • The baby whines ; The clock strikes twelve : It's getting too late to toil and delve. • In quiet nights The mousie bites ; The clock strikes one : May naughty dreams little cradles shun ! Little...
Page 121 - and I will decide your quarrel for you." So he cracked the nut, and gave one-half of the shell to one boy, saying : " This is for you, because you saw the nut fall." He then gave the other half-shell to the second boy, saying, " This is yours, because you picked up the nut.
Page 121 - No, it is mine," said the other, " for I picked it up." Just then a bigger boy came along, and he said : " What are you disputing about?" The little boys told him. " Give it to me," said he, " and I will decide your quarrel for you." So he cracked the nut, and gave one-half of the shell to one boy, saying : " This is for you, because you saw the nut fall.