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He was dancing a jig , . . . ,
Page Four-and-twenty tailors went to kill a snail . There was a piper, he'd a cow . .. . 226 A long-tail'd pig, or a short-tail'd pig . Dame, what makes your ducks to die?. Little Tom Tinker's dog . . . . Pussy and I very gently will play . . . Lady bird, lady bird, fly away home I had a little hen, the prettiest ever seen. Higgley Piggley, my black hen . . . . 238 He's under the hay-cock fast asleep .
241 There I met an old man that would not say his prayers 243 She whipped him, she slashed him . . . . 245 Title (Accumulative Stories). . . . . 247 This is the house that Jack built . . . . 249 The old woman and her pig . . . Title (Relics) . . . . . . . 261 Willy boy, Willy boy, where are you going? . . 263 What are little boys made of ? . . . Girls and boys, come out to play . . Daffy-down-dilly has come up to town. Barber, barber, shave a pig . . . Wished to leap over a high gate . Heading to Notes . . . .
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