1812 - 1888
Alphabet, No. 5
A / A was an Area Arch / Where washerwomen sat;
Alphabet, No. 6
tumbled down, and hurt his Arm, against a bit of wood, / said. "My Boy, oh, do not cry; it cannot do you good!" / said, "A Cup of Coffee hot can't do you any harm."
Book Of Nonsense
There was an Old Derry down Derry, / Who loved to see little folks merry; / So he made them a Book,
Book Of Nonsense Limerick 1
There was an Old Man with a beard, / Who said, "It is just as I feared! - / Two Owls and a Hen,
Book Of Nonsense Limerick 10
There was an Old Man in a tree, / Who was horribly bored by a Bee; / When they said, "Does it buzz?"
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There was a Young Lady of Sweden, / Who went by the slow train to Weedon; / When they cried, "Weedon Station!"
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There was a Young Girl of Majorca, / Whose aunt was a very fast walker; / She walked seventy miles,
Book Of Nonsense Limerick 102
There was an Old Man of the Cape, / Who possessed a large Barbary Ape; / Till the Ape one dark night,
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There was an Old Lady of Prague, / Whose language was horribly vague; / When they said, "Are these caps?"
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There was an Old Person of Sparta, / Who had twenty-five sons and one daughter; / He fed them on snails,
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