Title: St. Nicholas [serial]
Year: 1873 (1870s)
Authors: Dodge, Mary Mapes, 1830-1905
Subjects: Children’s literature
Publisher: [New York : Scribner & Co.]
Contributing Library: Information and Library Science Library, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Digitizing Sponsor: University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
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him the first time,or the second, anyway. You had to work hard foryour fish, and that aint luck. But I dont knowbut what its just as good in the long run. Iknowed a boy once Excuse me, said I. I must go home, now.Its getting late. Some other time I 11 come andhear about your boy. All right, said he, I 11 have him ready. JINGLES. 745 JINGLES. Kittens. A BLACK-NOSED kitten will slumber all the day ;A white-nosed kitten is ever glad to play ;A yellow-nosed kitten will answer to your call;And a gray-nosed kitten I would nt have at all ! A Stir among the Daisies. Pretty Lill of Littleton sauntered through the grass;The very birds and butterflies stopped to see her pass ;All the daisies nodded to the maiden coming by,And leaned across the pathway left behind her.Art hurt? they asked each other. Each gayly laughed, Not 1!We bowed too low ; but really we dont mind her.To see so fair a maiden pass has really quite unstrung us ;But we 11 straighten up, and ready be when next she comes among us.
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OUR MASTER.(Drawn by Addie Ledyard.) 746 HIS OWN MASTER. [September, HIS OWN MASTER.By J. T. Trowbridge. Chapter XXXV. AN ADVENTURE IN A STRANGE CITY. For the first time in his life Jacob rode on arailroad train. The swift motion, the novel scenes,and the feeling that he was rapidly nearing thegoal of his hopes, filled him with happiness. Thenappeared the cloud of smoke hanging over the city,visible miles away; then the beautiful suburbs,shady and verdant slopes, villa-crowned heights ;then the city itself, rising on its terraces above theriver; the Kentucky shore opposite, the puffingsteamboats between, plying up and down, and themarvelous suspension bridge a hundred feet abovethem, uniting State with State, hanging like someexquisite fairy-work from its tall towers, high in air,yet bearing vehicles and speeding trains upon itsdelicate, firm fabric. This Jacob saw as he was wandering along Frontstreet, bag in hand, looking for Uncle Higglestonesplace of business. Another thing he not
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