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are romantic, enough to prevent any surprise at the company in which Her Highness now finds herself.

Even princesses cannot do without a Alphabets so in her train comes AN ALPHABET in which will be discovered many OLD FRIENDSof the Nursery.

Thus We launch another volume of our series, like a fairy ship with a rather mixed cargo, in the hope that—to change the metaphor—like the blackbird-pie, it may prove, when opened, to be "a pretty dish to set before—" their Babyships.

Walter Crane


Kensington, Sept: 1909