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Harrison's New Nursery Picture Book

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Project Gutenberg's Harrison's New Nursery Picture Book, by UnknownThis eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and withalmost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away orre-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License includedwith this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.netTitle: Harrison's New Nursery Picture BookAuthor: UnknownCompiler: J. HarrisonRelease Date: August 16, 2007 [EBook #22335]Language: English*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK NURSERY PICTURE BOOK ***Produced by David Edwards and the Online DistributedProofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net (This file wasproduced from images generously made available by TheInternet Archive)HARRISON'SNURSURY PICTUREBOOK,CONTAINING SEVENTY INTERESTINGENGRAVINGS.BullDEVIZES:Printed and published by J. Harrison,AND SOLD BYTHE LONDON BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.Price Sixpence.HARRISON'SNEWNURSERY PICTUREBOOK,CONTAINING SEVENTY INTERESTINGENGRAVINGS.DeerPRINTED BY J. HARRISON, DEVIZES,AND SOLD BY THELondon Booksellers and Stationers.PRICE SIXPENCE.The little Pony and his rider. Thelittle Pony and his rider.The little Automaton Lady. The littleAutomaton Lady.Crusoe preparing to build a House.Crusoe preparing to build a House.Crusoe rescues his man Friday.Crusoe rescues his man Friday.A covetous man is never contented.A covetous man is nevercontented.Edward and his little tame Robin.Edward and his little tame Robin.Reflections in a ...

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Project Gutenberg's Harrison's New Nursery Picture Book, by Unknown
This eBook is for the use of anyone anywhere at no cost and with almost no restrictions whatsoever. You may copy it, give it away or re-use it under the terms of the Project Gutenberg License included with this eBook or online at www.gutenberg.net
Title: Harrison's New Nursery Picture Book
Author: Unknown
Compiler: J. Harrison
Release Date: August 16, 2007 [EBook #22335]
Language: English
*** START OF THIS PROJECT GUTENBERG EBOOK NURSERY PICTURE BOOK ***
Produced by David Edwards and the Online Distributed Proofreading Team at http://www.pgdp.net (This file was produced from images generously made available by The Internet Archive)
HARRISON'S
NURSURY PICTURE
BOOK,
CONTAINING SEVENTY INTERESTING
ENGRAVINGS.
Bull
DEVIZES:
Printed and published by J. Harrison , AND SOLD BY THE LONDON BOOKSELLERS AND STATIONERS.
Price Sixpence.
HARRISO
NEW
N'S
NURSERY PICTURE
BOOK,
CONTAINING SEVENTY INTERESTING
ENGRAV
Deer
IGN.S
PRINTED BY J. HARRISON, DEVIZES, AND SOLD BY THE London Booksellers and Stationers.
PRICE SIXPENCE.
The little Pony and his rider. The little Pony and his rider.
The little Automaton Lady. The little Automaton Lady.
Crusoe preparing to build a House. Crusoe preparing to build a House.
Crusoe rescues his man Friday. Crusoe rescues his man Friday.
A covetous man is never contented. A covetous man is never contented.
Edward and his little tame Robin. Edward and his little tame Robin.
Reflections in a Churchyard. Reflections in a Churchyard.
Discovery on the uninhabited Island. Discovery on the uninhabited Island.
A Traveller overtaken by a storm. A Traveller overtaken by a storm.
Robinson Crusoe and his man Friday. Robinson Crusoe and his man Friday.
Crusoe cast on an uninhabited Island. Crusoe cast on an uninhabited Island.
Robinson Crusoe firing at the Savages. Robinson Crusoe firing at the Savages.
Crusoe discovers the print of a foot. Crusoe discovers the print of a foot.
You must not touch Sisters' dolls Fred. You must not touch Sisters' dolls Fred.
Going full speed to the Races. Going full speed to the Races.
Good news from brother Sam. Good news from brother Sam.
Lost Harry found sleeping under a tree. Lost Harry found sleeping under a tree.
Lord Modish and Lady Squander. Lord Modish and Lady Squander.
Look at my pretty new Book! Look at my pretty new Book!
Poor man! what a heavy load. Poor man! what a heavy load.
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Edwin on his new Rocking-Hors
May-day amusements. May-day amusements.
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A visit to the Indian Juggler. A visit to the Indian Juggler.
Just arrived from Persia. Just arrived from Persia.
The idle and disobedient Boy. The idle and disobedient Boy.
Little Edward watering his Flowers. Little Edward watering his Flowers.
Consultation over a Plum Cake. Consultation over a Plum Cake.
Mrs. Teachwell and her Pupils. Mrs. Teachwell and her Pupils.
Remember God is every where. Remember God is every where.
John taking leave of his Mother. John taking leave of his Mother.
William breakfasting with his Uncle. William breakfasting with his Uncle.
The danger of passion. The danger of passion.
Never destroy any thing wantonly. Never destroy any thing wantonly.
Lady Bountiful visiting the sick. Lady Bountiful visiting the sick.
The Minister and Chimney-sweep. The Minister and Chimney-sweep.
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Catch my Pony. Catch my Pony.
Do not venture too far into the pond. Do not venture too far into the pond.
Making the birth-day cake. Making the birth-day cake.
Carlo made useful. Carlo made useful.
Poor Frederic in disgrace. Poor Frederic in disgrace.
Purchasing a new-year's gift. Purchasing a new-year's gift.
Feeding a numerous family. Feeding a numerous family.
Those nuts are very unwholesome. Those nuts are very unwholesome.
Henry relieving the Widow and her Son. Henry relieving the Widow and her Son.
Is that your pretty Calf Tom. Is that your pretty Calf Tom.
Taking a walk with papa. Taking a walk with papa.
Heaven bless you! young Gentleman. Heaven bless you! young Gentleman.
Only see Brother! my Clove is in bloom. Only see Brother! my Clove is in bloom.
Inhuman mode of punishment. Inhuman mode of punishment.
Frederick preventing blows. Frederick preventing blows.
Poor old Man have you found a prize? Poor old Man have you found a prize?
Crusoe discovers a Ship approaching! Crusoe discovers a Ship approaching!
Buy a pretty Rose Tree, ladies. Buy a pretty Rose Tree, ladies.
Emma refuses to take her gruel. Emma refuses to take her gruel.
Master Tom introduced to his Uncle. Master Tom introduced to his Uncle.
Little Sally feeding her poultry. Little Sally feeding her poultry.
The industrious little Shopkeeper. The industrious little Shopkeeper.
Taking a walk in the Garden. Taking a walk in the Garden.
I say Sir! will you permit me to pass? I say Sir! will you permit me to pass?
What! fast asleep yet! John. What! fast asleep yet! John.
Poor woman, Ma has sent you sixpence. Poor woman, Ma has sent you sixpence.