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THERE was a king met a king
In a narrow lane;
“Where have you been?”
“Oh! I've been a hunting
With my dog and my doe.” “Pray lend him to me,
That I may do so.”
“There's the dog take the dog."
“What's the dog's name?” “I've told you already."
“Pray tell me again.”
IN marble walls as white as milk,
[ An egg
CLOUR of England, fruit of Spain,
| HAVE a little sister, they call her Peep, Peep ;
M Here we lie,
And put in a pie.
Here we lie,
And put in a pie. [Currants.
LJUMPTY DUMPTY sate on a wall;
THIRTY white horses upon a red hill, | Now they tramp, now they champ, now they stand still,
[Teeth and gums.
THOMAS A TATTAMUS took two T's,
1 To tie two tups to two tall trees, To frighten the terrible Thomas a Tattamus! Tell me how many T's there are in all that.
O LD mother Twitchett had but one eye,
And a long tail which she let fly; . And every time she went over a gap, She left a bit of her tail in a trap.
[A needle and thread.
| ITTLE Nancy Etticoat
DLACK we are but much admired;
D Men seek for us till they are tired. We tire the horse, but comfort man ; Tell me this riddle if you can.