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" Jack Sprat could eat no fat, / His wife could eat no lean; / And so between them both, you see, / They licked the platter clean. "
Popular rhymes and nursery tales: a sequel to the Nursery rhymes of England - Page 266
1849 - 288 pages
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Literary Port Folio

1830
...remainder of liis time, and has lever returned,— Sat. Bulletin. SIMILARITY OF TASTES. Jack Prime could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean, . And so betwixt them both, They licked the platter clean. OLD SCIMI. It is the prevailing opinion, that the...
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The year book of daily recreation and information

William Hone - 1832
...choose one whose habits will as happily dove-tail with yours: — Jack Sprat Could eat no fat, And his wife could eat no lean. And so, between them both. They licked the platter clean. august 29. ST. JOHN BAPTIST BEHEADED. There are particulars concerning the former celebrations of this...
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The Only True Mother Goose Melodies: Without Addition Or Abridgement ...

Children's poetry - 1833 - 88 pages
...they gather ! Wide waves the eagle plume blended with heather. Cast your plaids, draw your blades, Jack Sprat could eat no fat; His wife could eat no lean ; So 'twixt them both they cleared the cloth, And lick'd the platter clean. There was a little boy...
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An argument on the unconstitutionality of slavery: embracing an abstract of ...

George Washington Frost Mellen - Law - 1841 - 440 pages
...only result; or else we come off like the platter in Mother Goose's Melodies, wiped perfectly clean: " Jack Sprat could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean;. And so betwixt them both They wiped the platter clean." It is thus with the rights of both the white and colored...
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The Early Naval Ballads of England, Issue 2

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Ballads, English - 1841 - 144 pages
...put out her horns like a little kyloe cow, Eun, tailors run, or she'll kill you all e'en now. XXXIX. JACK Sprat could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean ; And so, betwixt them both, They lick'd the platter clean. XL. LITTLE Jack Jingle, He used to live single :...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 4

Percy Society - English literature - 1841
...put out her horns like a little kyloe cow, Run, tailors run, or she'll kill you all e'en now. XXXIX. JACK Sprat could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean ; And so, betwixt them both, They lick'd the platter clean. XL. LITTLE Jack .Jingle, He used to live single :...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 4

Percy Society - English literature - 1841
...like a little kyloe cow, Run, tailors run, or she'll kill you all e'en now. 26 NURSERY RHYMES. XXXIX. JACK Sprat could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean ; And so, betwixt them both, They lick'd the platter clean. XL. LITTLE Jack Jingle, He used to live single :...
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The Year Book of Daily Recreation and Information: Concerning Remarkable Men ...

William Hone - Almanacs, English - 1841
...habits will as happily dove-tail with yours: — Jack Sprat Could cat no fat, And his wife could cat no lean, And so, between them both, They licked the platter clean. ЛидигЛ 29. ST. JOHN BAPTIST BEHEADED. There are particulars concerning the former celebrations...
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The Nursery Rhymes of England: Obtained Principally from Oral Tradition

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Book jackets - 1843 - 259 pages
...She put out her horns like a little kyloe cow, Hun, tailors, run, or she'll kill you all e'en now. JACK Sprat could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean ; And so, betwixt them both, you see, They lick'd the platter clean. LI. LITTLE Jack Jingle, He used to live...
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The nursery rhymes of England, ed. by J.O. Halliwell

James Orchard Halliwell- Phillipps - 1846
...boy, "What shall we do?" Says the little boy to the little girl, "I will kiss you." cccxxvi. CCCXXVII. JACK SPRAT could eat no fat, His wife could eat no lean; And so, betwixt them both, you see, They lick'd the platter clean. CCCXXVIII. LITTLE Jack Dandy-prat was my...
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