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" Dear mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night! She was never so cunning before; Her two little horns Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she'll not grow any more. "
Summers readers, first reader - Page 78
by Maud Summers - 1908 - 157 pages
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A Poetry book for children

J. C. - 1854
...little Rose. Indeed I cannot tell, In poetry or prose, How beautiful she is, My darling little Rose. THE NEW MOON. DEAR mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night, She was never so cunning before ; Her two little horns Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she'll not grow any more....
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A poetry book for children [ed. by J.C.].

Poetry book - 1854
...little Rose. Indeed I cannot tell, In poetry or prose, How beautiful she is, My darling little Rose. THE NEW MOON. DEAR mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night, She was never so cunning before ; Her two little horns Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she'll not grow any more....
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A poetry book for national schools

Poetry book - 1856
...little Rose. Indeed I cannot tell, In poetry or prose, How beautiful she is, My darling little Rose. THE NEW MOON. DEAR mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night, She was never so cunning before; Her two little horns Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she'll not grow any more. If...
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New nursery songs for all good children

Eliza Lee Follen - 1860
...among her flowers, Every bright and pleasant day, In her own pretty garden, Little Annie went to play. THE NEW MOON. DEAR Mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night, She was never so cunning before ; Her two little horns Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she '11 not grow any more....
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Hymns for Mothers and Children, Volume 1

Children's poetry - 1861 - 287 pages
...LADY MOON. 41 THE JOURNEY. DEAK mother, how pretty the moon looks to-night, She was never so cunning before ! Her two little horns are so sharp and so bright, I hope she won't grow any more ! If I were up there, with you and my friends, We 'd have a nice rock, do you see...
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Hymns for Mothers and Children, Volume 1

Children's poetry - 1861 - 287 pages
...sweet when beauty's past; And the Saviour from above, Views a humble child with love. THE JOURNEY. / DEAR mother, how pretty the moon looks to-night, She was never so cunning before ! Her two little horns are so sharp and so bright, I hope she won't grow any more !...
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The first (-sixth) 'Standard' reader, Part 2

1863
...soldiers. Thus Merry Andrew gave up chimneysweeping and lived happily as ever, and well-to-do all his days. THE NEW MOON. DEAR Mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night, She was never so cunning before; Her two little horns / Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she'll not grow any more....
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Child Life: A Collection of Poems

John Greenleaf Whittier - Children - 1871 - 263 pages
...roving ? Over the sea. Lady Moon, Lady Moon, whom are you loving 7 All that love me. — Lord Houghton THE NEW MOON. DEAR mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night ! She was never so cunning before ; Her two little horns Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she '11 not grow any more....
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Child Life: A Collection of Poems

John Greenleaf Whittier - Animals - 1872 - 263 pages
...Houyhton. THE NEW MOON. DEAR mother, how pretty The moon looks to-night ! She was never so cunning before ; Her two little horns Are so sharp and so bright, I hope she'1l not grow any more. If I wi re up there, With you and my friends, I 'd rock in it nicely, you...
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The Third Reader

Lewis Baxter Monroe - Readers (Elementary) - 1873 - 224 pages
...bosom. LIX— THE MOON. r. OH, mother, how pretty the moon looks to-night i She was never so cunning before; Her two little horns are so sharp and so bright, I hope they'll not grow any more. iI. If I were up there with you and my friends, We 'd rock in it nicely,...
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