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" WiLL you walk into my parlour'?" said the Spider to the Fly, "'Tis the prettiest little parlour that ever you did spy; The way into my parlour is up a -winding stair, And I have many curious things to shew when you are there." " Oh no, no," said the little... "
Beautiful poetry, selected by the ed. of The Critic - Page 496
by Beautiful poetry - 1854
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'Toiling in rowing', half-hours of earnest converse with my hard-working ...

1870
...poor flies, and the child's poem about the " Spider and the Fly " may be taken as an allegory. " ' Will you walk into my parlour?' said the spider to...way into my parlour is up a winding stair, And I've many curious things to show you when you're there.' " ' Oh, no, no,' said the little fly, ' to ask...
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Animal life in Europe

1870
...pincers, which they can throw from under their mouth to a length greater than themselves. The Spider. " ' Will you walk into my parlour ? ' Said the Spider...the prettiest little parlour That ever you did spy.' " We may fancy the Spider in our picture to have been giving this invitation, for one Fly has just...
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Pamphlets, Volume 3

1870
...M would Sp turn," Is. The I know -I foreHmeratoa, him of LETTER I. EUSSIA INVITES US TO THE CRIMEA. "Will you walk into my parlour ? said the spider to the fly: ' Tis the prettiest little chamber that ever you did spy." Worthing, Sept. 29M, lS5i "THE eve of great events," says the Public...
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Choice poetry for little children

Choice poetry - 1871
...watch them! Now, robin, good bye." CHOICE POETRY FOR LITTLE CHILDREN. THE SPIDER AND THE FLY. " TT7TLL you walk into my parlour ? " said ' • the spider...way into my parlour is up a winding stair, And I've many a curious thing to show when you are there." " Oh, no, no," said the little fly, " to ask me is...
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Episodes in an Obscure Life

Richard Rowe - London (England) - 1871 - 442 pages
...drooped from the ceiling ; and Mr. Jones was mixing German paste in his shirt-sleeves. " Servant, sir. ' Will you walk into my parlour ? ' Said the spider...the prettiest little parlour That ever you did spy/ " his eccentric greeting, as he motioned me into a little room behind the shop, almost choked with...
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Episodes in an Obscure Life

Richard Rowe - 1871
...drooped from the ceiling; and Mr Jones •was mixing German paste in his shirtsleeves. ' Servant, sir. " Will you walk into my parlour ? " Said the spider...the prettiest little parlour That ever you did spy," ' was his eccentric greeting, as he motioned me into a little room behind the shop, almost choked with...
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Hymns and rhymes for children, by the daughter of a clergyman

1871
...that stand . 67 Why should I deprive my neighbour ... 80 Will God, who made the earth and sea . . 20 " Will you walk into my parlour?" said the spider to the fly 77 Would you learn, mty little children ... 44 Ton say I mnst be and do , .03 CHILDREN'S HYMNS AND...
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Like father, like son, by the author of 'Lost sir Massingberd'.

James Payn - 1871
...father's landlord.' 'Just so,' said Mr. Balais, with another significant glance at the attentive twelve. '"Will you walk into my parlour?" said the spider to the fly ; "I have the prettiest daughter that ever you did spy." ' Everybody tittered at this, except Mr, Smoothbore...
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Both sides of the street

Mary Spring Walker - 1871 - 314 pages
...wouldn't leave him a shilling in his pocket : so I got up close to him, and I began to sing, — " ' Will you walk into my parlour ? Said the spider to the fly.' And the sailor put both hands in his pockets, and steered off. I saved that man ten shillings, I'm...
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Jarrolds' new code reading books. Infant classes [and] 1st-6th standard

Jarrold and sons, ltd - 1872
...Parlour prettiest cunning affection gauzy brilliant subtle merrily diamond pearl nattering counsellor " WILL you walk into my parlour?" Said the spider to...winding stair, And I've got many curious things To shew you when you are there." " Oh, no, no," said the little fly, " To ask me is in vain ; For who...
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