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A Picture Book, for Little Children by Anonymous

A

PICTURE BOOK,

FOR

LITTLE CHILDREN.

[Illustration]

PHILADELPHIA:

PUBLISHED BY KIMBER AND CONRAD,

NO. 93, MARKET STREET. MERRITT, PRINTER.

SMALL ROMAN LETTERS.

a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z &.

_ITALIC LETTERS._

_a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z &._

ROMAN CAPITAL LETTERS.

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z.

_ITALIC CAPITALS._

_A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z._

DOUBLE LETTERS.

fi ff fl ffl ffi.

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[Illustration: A walk in the garden.]

[Illustration: Strawberries grow on little vines.]

[Illustration: What troubles the old woman?]

[Illustration: We cannot see ourselves in this Glass.]

[Illustration: Children obey your mother.]

[Illustration: The Swedes Church.]

[Illustration: Do not rob the poor farmer of his fruit.]

[Illustration: Some trees bear fruit, but this one has none on now.]

[Illustration: Nice Folks.]

[Illustration: Nine Pins.]

[Illustration: Do not drink too much.]

[Illustration: She walks among the tombs.]

[Illustration: Run fast, or she will be gone.]

[Illustration: M. stands for Master, Mistress and Mother.]

[Illustration: What are they doing here?]

[Illustration: The Cullender belongs to the kitchen.]

[Illustration: Now Martha, do get up.]

[Illustration: Give the Stays to Grandmother.]

[Illustration: Take down the sail when the wind blows too hard.]

[Illustration: We cannot see well at night.]

[Illustration: What a curious figure she is!]

[Illustration: Water is boiled in a pot or in a kettle.]

[Illustration: Do be kind to the poor black boy.]

[Illustration: A kite should never be raised in the street.]

[Illustration: Walk in, and rest in the cottage.]

[Illustration: This goat has horns and a beard--he seems to have a mind to butt the old tree.]

[Illustration: Dogs are not often put to work--Drive on old man and do not overset.]

[Illustration: This is a trumpeter--he is in a great hurry--Stage men and post riders sometimes blow a kind of trumpet.]

[Illustration: It is difficult to travel where there is no road.]

[Illustration: This turkey looks as if she had been in a shower of rain--perhaps she is not very well.]

[Illustration: The bench looks pretty strong; perhaps it will not break down.]

[Illustration: It is good to be industrious--when our work is done, we may have time to read.]

[Illustration: Please to walk in, and take a seat by the fire and warm yourselves.]

[Illustration: This man shoots at random: he will kill no birds. Little boys should not meddle with guns.]

[Illustration: A ship sails on the sea, it can be seen from the rocks when a great way off.]

[Illustration: Do not go far from the shore; the boat looks too much like a tub to be a safe one.]

[Illustration: It is not genteel to sit back to back--always look at a person when you speak to him.]

[Illustration: The bible is the best of all books. Children who can read in the bible, may go to Kimber & Conrad's Store and buy one for themselves.]

[Illustration: Old folks should never forget they were once young.]

[Illustration: A cow is a useful creature; she gives us milk; and butter and cheese are made of milk.]

[Illustration: This poor man appears to be in distress--he has thrown his axe upon the ground.]

[Illustration: Little birds can fly very fast--They do no harm; why should little boys delight to injure them?]

[Illustration: The use of clothes is to cover us, and to keep us warm; what do these people wear theirs for?]

[Illustration: A peacock can make a great show with his fine feathers; but as nature has given them, let him show them.]


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