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  • edited by Albert Ernest Wier Mary Had a Little Lamb 1497353The Child's Own Music Book — Mary Had a Little LambUnknown1918 MARY HAD A LITTLE LAMB
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  • Mary had a Little Lamb by Sarah Josepha Hale 219826Mary had a Little LambSarah Josepha Hale           Mary had a little lamb,              Its
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  • Mary Had a Little Lamb
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  • of Home" "Mary's Lamb" (1830) better known as: Mary Had a Little Lamb "Mother's Love" (1836) "The Watcher" The Judge (1851) Boarding Out. A Tale of Domestic
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  • WORK AND PLAY NATURE SONGS SONGS OF ANIMALS AND BIRDS LITTLE GIRLS' SONGS LITTLE BOYS' SONGS SACRED SONGS AND HYMNS ALPHABETICAL INDEX
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  • he sang a funeral march, and without waiting for an encore gave "Mary had a little lamb." he told funny stories, and, in fact, conducted quite a variety
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  • Flossie, as Little Miss Muffet, and she asks you whom you are looking for." "Yes, and then I say I'm looking for Mary, who had a little lamb, for I lent
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  • Tom had to hop from one end of the deck to the other on one foot, Sam had to stand on his head, and recite "Mary had a Little Lamb," and Dick had to go
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  • made his manufactured bow and retired. A little shamefaced girl lisped, "Mary had a little lamb," etc., performed a compassion-inspiring curtsy, got her
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  • proceeded to grind out-- "'Mary had a little lamb, Its fleece was white as snow, And everywhere that Mary went, The lamb was sure to go' "with the
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  • aloft. And, mind you, it was a considerable strain on that balloon to lift the fleas, and reminded Tom of Mary had a little lamb, its fleas was white as snow
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  • well known in American literature as a highly esteemed author and editor. [Her nursery poem, Mary had a Little Lamb, has endeared her to children's hearts
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  • stylish pets. "Mary had a little lamb" is respected too much here to be called "chestnut." The favorite pets of children are fleecy lambs, which, with bells
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  • that of Curly Locks. She went as the "Mary that had the little Lamb, whose fleece was white as snow." Fortunately a few weeks before the fete came off,
    765 bytes (1,433 words) - 06:47, 20 October 2011
  • Little Woman, The 62 Lucy Locket 58 Man in the Moon, The 58 Mary Had a Little Lamb 49 Mistress Mary, Quite Contrary 39 Mother, May I Go Out to Swim? 59 Mrs
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  • Baker Mary's Lamb on a New Principle 1637236Pieces People Ask For — Mary's Lamb on a New PrincipleGeorge Melville Baker1909 MARY'S LAMB ON A NEW
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  • Blakesware in Hertfordshire, a few miles from Ware, a dower-house of the Plumers, a well-known county family. This Mary Field, Charles Lamb's grandmother, played
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  • A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature by John William Cousin Lamb, Charles 172055A Short Biographical Dictionary of English Literature
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  • and artistic success. She formed cordial friendships with Charles and Mary Lamb, with Coleridge, Southey, Mrs. Barbauld, and others. How high she stood
    352 bytes (631 words) - 05:16, 29 January 2011
  • has justly observed: "If you take the rhyme of Mary and her little lamb, and call Mary the sun and the lamb the moon, you will achieve astonishing results
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