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CONTENTS

Author,

... 180

Name.

Page.

By and By...........

...ANON......

Bugle ; The............

............ TENNYSON...........

Baby's Clothes............................ ... ..HARPER'S WEEKLY....

Counting Baby's Toes........... ....... MRS. MILLER............

Cock-a-Doodle-Doo......

......ANON...................

Cowboy's Song, The.....

...... MRS. ANNA M. WELLS.

Choosing a Name............

..... .MARY LAMB.... .......

Child's World, The. ........

......LILLIPUT LEVEE.......

Choice of Hours............................

......MRS. GILMAN.......

Copartnership..................

LOUISE S. UPHAM....
Cats. (A Parody on Poe's Raven.).. ............ANON ...............
Cometh a Blessing Down........................

...... " ..................
Captain's Daughter, The .........................JAMES T. FIELDS......
Compound Interest ...........

.MRS. M. V. VICTOR.... 160
Christmas Chant, A............

......ALFRED DOMOTT.......
Dame Duck's First Lecture on Manners......... ANON..................
Do Your Best. ......

......W.C. C................

Don't Give Up............

......PHEBE CARY......

Daisies in Heaven...................... ......Geo. W. BIRDSEYE.....
Deeds of Kindness............

......LUCY LARCOM. .........

Dare and Do!.........

.........J. W. SANBORN........

Do Not Wait....................................ANON.... ..............

Do Thy Little, Do it Well.

...... " .................

Discontent.....

.......GEORGE COOPER......

Early Rising........

.......John G. SAXE.........

Frogs at School..........

....... GEORGE COOPER .......

Fairies, The...........................

....WM. ALLINGHAM....... 31

Frost, The..................

....... HANNAH F. GOULD.... 141

Farm Yard Song ...................... ..........J. F. TROWBRIDGE ....

Fountain, The.................... .......Jas. RUSSELL LOWELL.
Good for Something.............................ANON.. ................
Good Little Girls, The..........................MARY MAPES DODGE...
Give the Little Boys a Chance.................. GEORGE COOPER.... ...
Girl's Dream, A .........

..... ..LILLIPUT LEVEE........
Grammar in Rhyme................ ....... Anon......... .......
Good and Bad. ..........

....... " ...................

Gran'ma Al'ars Does....................... .... " ...................

Good Night and Good Morning.......... .......LORD HOUGHTON.......

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