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SCENES
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FOR THE-BOOKSELLERS,
 SCENES FROM NATURE.
THE UNIVERSITY OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
LIBRARY
THE ARKLEY COLLECTION
OF
EARLY & HISTORICAL
CHILDREN'S LITERATURE
The Frightened Horse.
To teaze the Horse the boys began,
Till with them all away he ran:
One tumbled out and hurt his head,
The rest were overcome with dread.
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The Happy Meeting.
The Beggar.
The wonnded Soldier meets his Mend,
Says Pat, a trifle I will spend;
Let us tell our battles o'er,
Now we are safe on Britain's shore.
The Dog the Beggar soon will seize,
Who tries in vain the cur to please;
He likes not one who looks so poor,
But drives him grumbling from the door.
 The Stubborn Ass.
You see the Ass is standing still,
Nor will he move against his will.
Beware ye boys who use him so,
Or presently he may you throw.
The Laundress.
The careless Laundress leaves the gate
And all her washing to its fate,
Nor sees the pigs and poultry near,
Which soon her clothes with dirt besmear.
 The Mower.
The Mower whets his scythe and sings,
Nor envies all the pomp of kings;
So whistling to his labour goes,
And leaves his dog to guard his clothes.
The Mischievous Monkeys.
The Monkey's full of roguish art,
For which he oft deserves to smart;
See one is shaving in the Room,
Whilst the other burns the broom.
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The Woodman.
The Woodman from the Forest's come,
With faggots for his much loved home;
Attended by his faithful Tray,
Along the snowy trackless way.
 LIST OF BOOKS IN THIS SERIES-
1—The History of Cinderella.
2—The History of Tom Thumb.
3—Hare and many Friends.
4—Entertaining Views.
5—Bobinson Crusoe.
6—Jack the Giant Killer.
7—Little Eed Biding Hood.
8—Scenes from Nature.
9—Dame Trot.
10—Mother Hubbard.
11—Capitals of Europe.
12—The House that Jack built.
13—Death & Burial of Cock Bobin.
14—Cock Bobin and Jenny "Wren.
15—Old Man and his Ass.
16—Peter Brown.
OTLEY:
Yorkshire J. S. Publish*->g & Stationery Co., Limited.

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