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" ... gentlemen, with whom all little people ought to be very well acquainted. 12mo. Aldermary Churchyard, nd The earliest notice of this popular tract I have met with occurs in Eachard's Observations upon the answer to an Enquiry into the grounds and occasions... "
Popular rhymes and nursery tales: a sequel to the Nursery rhymes of England - Page 135
1849 - 288 pages
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The grounds & occasions of the contempt of the clergy and religion enquired ...

John Eachard - 1685 - 160 pages
...; Rtpext, T. throughly. Again, Repeat roaringly>, eagerly , plentifully, heavily ( beeaufe of h ) notably , terribly : And why not, Repent rarely, evenly, prettily, elegantly, neatly, tightly ? And alIb why not A jfyple-pafly, B ^^'<flf />, C c*f it; D divided it , E e<tf //•, F fought 'for it...
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Dr. Eachard's Works, ...: To which are Added Five Letters, Etc

John Eachard - Theology - 1705 - 451 pages
...Repent rarely^ evenly, prettily* elegantly, neatly, rightly > And alfo why not A. Apple-pafty, B. Ictl^d it) C. cut it, D. divided it) E. eat it, F. fought for itt G. got it, &c. I had not time, Sir, to look any further into their way of Preaching ; but if I...
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Descriptive Notices of Popular English Histories

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Chapbooks - 1848 - 96 pages
...to an Enquiry into the grounds and occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy, 8vo. 1671, p. 160 :— " Why not A apple-pasty, B bak'd it, C cut it, D divided it, E eat it, F fought for it, G got it," etc. 49. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, a diverting story for Children of all ages ; and the history of...
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Early English Poetry, Ballads, and Popular Literature of the ..., Volume 23

Percy Society - English literature - 1848
...to an Enquiry into the grounds and occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy, 8vo. 1671, p. 160: — "Why not A apple-pasty, B bak'd it, C cut it, D divided it, E eat it, F fought for it, G got it," etc. 49. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, a diverting story for Children of all ages ; and the history of...
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A Catalogue of Chap-books, Garlands, and Popular Histories

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Chapbooks - 1849 - 190 pages
...answer to an Enquiry into the grounds and occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy, 8vo. 1671, p. 160:— "Why not A apple-pasty, B bak'd it, C cut it, D divided it, E eat it, F fought for it, G got it," etc. 49. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, a diverting story for Children of all ages ; and the history of...
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A Catalogue of Chap-books, Garlands, and Popular Histories

James Orchard Halliwell-Phillipps - Chapbooks - 1849 - 190 pages
...answer to an Enquiry into the grounds and occasions of the Contempt of the Clergy, 8vo. 1671, p. 160:— "Why not A apple-pasty, B bak'd it, C cut it, D divided it, E eat it, F fought for it, G got it," etc. 49. THE HOUSE THAT JACK BUILT, a diverting story for Children of all ages ; and the history of...
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Mother Goose's Melodies, Or, Songs for the Nursery

Children's songs - 1878 - 189 pages
...nationally, T thoroughly. Again, Repent Roaringly, Eagerly, Plentifully, Heavily (because of //),* Notably, Terribly. And why not, Repent Rarely, Evenly,...D divided it, E eat it, F fought for it, G got it, etc. I had not time, sir, to look any further into their way of preaching ; but if I had, I am sure...
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Hither and Thither: A Collection of Comments on Books and Bookish Matters

John Thomson - Books - 1905 - 386 pages
...]ST nationally, T "thoroughly. Again Repent, Roaringly, Eagerly, Plentifully, Heavily (because of H), Notably, Terribly. And "why not Repent, Rarely, Evenly,...Prettily, Elegantly^ "Neatly, Tightly ? And also," added Eachard, "why not "add A apple-pasty, B bak'd it, etc.," which apparently he thought would be...
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Opening the Nursery Door: Reading, Writing, and Childhood, 1600-1900

Mary Hilton, Morag Styles, Victor Watson - Education - 1997 - 242 pages
...included words that began with each letter, and some of these were internally meaningful ('A apple pastry, B bak'd it, C cut it, D divided it, E eat it, F fought for it, G got it', etc.), though most simply listed words. The Johnson collection shares with the commercial children's...
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The Story of A: The Alphabetization of America from the New England Primer ...

Patricia Crain - History - 2002 - 315 pages
...effectually; Repent, N. nationally; Repent, T. throughly lsic]. . . . And also, why not,' he continues, 'A apple-pasty, B bak'd it, C cut it, D divided it, E eat it, F fought for it, G got it, &c.'" 30. "A Apple Pye's" "apple" may resonate for modern readers, not only because of The New England Primer's...
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