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" Humpty together again. ide a cockhorse to Banbury Cross, To see a fine lady upon a white horse; With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes. "
Book of Rhymes, Jingles and Ditties - Page 37
edited by - 1866 - 64 pages
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Twelve Outputs Selected from Among Lectures and Articles Put Out from 1879 ...

Eveleen Laura Mason - American essays - 1907 - 105 pages
...his singing of the song, "Ride away baby to Banbury Cross To see a fair lady ride on a White Horse, Rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes." But who would have dreamed that the memories of this, could have come bubbling up in the exclamations...
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Pinafore Palace: A Book of Rhymes for the Nursery

Kate Douglas Smith Wiggin, Nora Archibald Smith - Children's poetry - 1907 - 247 pages
...JOURNEYS Ill BABY'S JOURNEYS Ride a cock-horse to Banbury Cross, To see an old lady upon a white horse, Rings on her fingers, and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes. f This is the way the ladies ride; Tri, tre, tre, tree, Tri, tre, tre, tree! This is the way the ladies...
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The Angel of Forgiveness

Rosa Nouchette Carey - English fiction - 1907 - 411 pages
...on his foot. ' Ride a cock horse to Banbury Cross, See an old woman ride on a cock horse, With bells on her fingers and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes.'" " Oh, thank you, Becky, that is what I meant ; but the bells were not ringing in her head, you know."...
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The Arthur of the English Poets

Howard Maynadier - Arthur, King - 1907 - 454 pages
...suppose, who travels in England, on coming to Banbury, thinks of Banbury Cross, where the old woman got on a white horse, with rings on her fingers and bells on her toes. American children to this day play " London Bridge is falling down," rather than Brooklyn Bridge, or...
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How the World is Clothed

Frank George Carpenter - Clothing and dress - 1908 - 340 pages
...about their toes. They remind us of the old nursery rhyme : — Masai boy with ear plug of wood. 272 "With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes." In all the Indian cities there are men skilled in making things of silver and gold ; and it is a common...
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How the World is Clothed

Frank George Carpenter - 1908
...about their toes. They remind us of the old nursery rhyme : — Masai boy with ear plug of wood. 272 "With rings on her fingers and bells on her toes. She shall have music wherever she goes." In all the Indian cities there are men skilled in making things of silver and gold ; and it is a common...
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The Comprehensive Method of Teaching Reading: First five months, Book 1

Emma K. Gordon - 1908
...<^Jf^ lady fingers Banbury Ride a cock-horse To Banbury Cross, To see an old lady Upon a white horse 5 With rings on her fingers And bells on her toes, She shall have music Wherever she goes. Leg over leg, As the dog went to Dover. When he came to a stile, Jump, he went over. very happy enjoy...
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The Gordon Readers, Volume 1

Emma K. Gordon - Readers - 1910
...music 4 BLENDING DIULL lady fingers Banbury Ride a cock-horse To Banbury Cross, To see an old lady Upon a white horse; With rings on her fingers And bells...her toes, She shall have music Wherever she goes. To market, to market, to buy a plum bun : Home again, home again — market is done. very happy enjoy...
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First five months

Emma K. Gordon - Readers (Primary) - 1910
...music BLENDING DRILL lady fingers Banbury Ride a cock-horse To Banbury Cross, To see an old lady Upon a white horse ; With rings on her fingers And bells...her toes, She shall have music Wherever she goes. Leg over leg, As the dog went to Dover. When he came to a stile, Jump, he went over. very happy enjoy...
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The Lancet-clinic, Volume 103

1910
...that wide difference between sweetness and purity on the one hand and grime and filth on the other: With, rings on her fingers And bells on her toes, She shall have music wherever she goes. But, applying to the midwife: Rings (always dirty) on her fingers, Dirt on her clothes, She carries...
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