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96. I had a little dog, and his name was Blue Bell 77 143. I had a little hobby-horse . . .

97. I'll tell you a story about John-a-Nory . 130. In a cottage in Fife . . . . . 90 124. Is John Smith within? . . . . 150. I will sing you a song . . . .

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112. Lady-bird, lady-bird, fly away home . .
21. Lazy sheep, pray tell me why . . .
81. Let us go the wood, says this pig.

1. Little maid, pretty maid . . . .
2. Little lad, little lad
12. Little Nell Etticoat . . . 11
18. Little Jack Jelf . . . . . . 14
30. Little Jenny Wren.
27. Little Jack Jingle .
38. Little Tommy Tucker . . . . 28
49. Little Jack Horner sat in a corner . 41
167. Little robin redbreast sat upon a rail . 102
65. Little Miss, pretty Miss . . . . 59
66. Little Miss Muffet . . . . . 59
95. Little boy blue, come blow up your horn i
121. Little King Boggen he built a fine hall .
111. Little Tom Twig bought a fine bow and arrow

114. Little Robin redbreast sat upon a tree : 84 | 102. Little Bo-peep has lost her sheep. . 79

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149. Little Tommy Tacket . . . . . 97
152. Little Willie Winkie . . . .
155. Mary, Mary, quite contrary . . . . 99
37. Now the spring is coming on . . . 27
39. Nose, nose, jolly red nose . . . . 28
19. Of all the birds that ever I see . .

3. Old mother Hubbard . . . .
50. Old King Cole was a merry old soul . .
146. Oh, dear, what can the matter be? .
98. Once I saw a little bird . . .
69. One, two, buckle my shoe . . . . 62

4. One misty moisty morning . . . 4 137. One, two, three, four, five, I caught a hare alive 92 74. Oh, who is so merry, so merry, heigh ho! . 65

132. Pat a cake, pat a cake, baker's man .

94. Peter Piper pick'd a peck of pickled pepper. 77 83. Poor donkey, I'll give him a handful of grass 44. Pretty maid, pretty maid . . . . 117. Pretty flower, tell me why . . . . 45. Pussy cat, pussy cat, with a white foot . 70. Pussy sits beside the fire . . . . 90. Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?

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141. Rain, rain, go away . . . .

85. Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross . 108. Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross . . 119. Ride, baby, ride . . . . . 110. Robert Rowley rolled a round roll round. 166. Robert Barnes, fellow fine . . . 139. Robin and Richard were two pretty men.

22. Rock-a-bye, baby, thy cradle is green . 109. Round about, round about, maggoty pie

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77. See, saw, Margery Daw . .
115. See, saw, Jack in a hedge . .
75. Shoe the horse, and shoe the mare
20. Sing a song of sixpence . . .
31. Sing song ! merry go round . ..
104. Sing! sing! what shall I sing? .

42. Simple Simon met a pieman .
103. Six little mice sat down to spin .

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17. Taffy was a Welchman . . . .
23. The girl in the lane, that couldn't speak plain
47. The fox jump'd up on a moonlight night . 40
67. The man in the wilderness asked me . 61
99. The man in the moon came tumbling down . 78
168. The north wind doth blow . . . 102

7. There was an owl lived in a tree. . . 6
48. There was an old woman, and what do you

. think?. . . . . . . .
57. There was a glossy blackbird once . . 49
63. There was an old woman who rode on a broom 54
68. There was an old woman went up in a blanket 61
92. There was a little man, and he had a little gun 76
123. There was a little guinea-pig . . .
164. There was an old woman sat spinning . .
116. There was an old man, and he had a calf.
105. There was a little man, and he woo'd a little
maid . . .

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107. There was a little man, and he had a little gun 82
120. There was an old woman who lived in a shoe
140. There was a man of Thessaly

10. There were three jovial huntsmen . .
62. There were two birds sat upon a stone . 53
128. There were two blackbirds sitting on a hill. 89
100. Theophilus Thistlethwate . . . 78

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82. This is the house that Jack built . . . 68 106. This little pig went to market. . 144. Three children sliding on the ice . . . 126. Three wise men of Gotham . .. 151. Three blind mice . . . . 129. To bed, to bed, says Sleepy-head . .

32. To market, to market, to buy a plumb bun . 122. To market, to market, to buy a fat pig . 131. To market ride the gentlemen . . . 43. Tom, Tom, the piper's son 56. 'Twas once upon a time when Jenny Wren

was young . . . . . . 48 59. Twenty, nineteen, eighteen. . . . 160. Two little dogs sat by the fire. . .

9. Twinkle, twinkle, little star . . .

11. When the snow is on the ground . . 14. When a twister twisting would twist him a twist 11 15. When Arthur first in court began . . 12 35. When I was a little boy . . . 102. When good King Arthur ruled this land. 29. Who is that I heard call? . . . . 58. Who comes here? . . . . . 64. Who kill'd Cock-Robin? . . 61. Why is pussy in bed, pray? . . . 34. Willywite, Willywite . . .. 36. Willy boy, Willy boy, where are you going?

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