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PETER PRIM’S

Profitable Present

TO

the little misses and masters

OF

THE UNITED STATES.


“One—Two—
“Come buckle my shoe.”


illustrated with neat engravings,


PHILADELPHIA:

PUBLISHED BY MORGAN & SONS.

Price plain, 12½ cents—coloured 18¾ cents.


1 2
ONE TWO
Come buckle my Shoe.
You lazy Elf!
Pray do it yourself.

Philadela Pub. and Sold by W. Charles.

3 4
THREE FOUR
Shut the door:
Let us keep ourselves warm
And not think of the storm.
5 6
FIVE SIX
I’m picking some sticks,
That my mother may make
A nice currant Cake.
7 8
SEVEN EIGHT
You are come here too late.
’Tis all one to Ben,
He can go home again.
9 10
NINE TEN
Who’ll buy a fat Hen?
Her bones are so small
You may eat legs and all.
11 12
ELEVEN TWELVE
I can dig and can delve,
Take care of the Sows,
And bring home the cows.

MORGAN & SONS,

Have recently Published, and for sale,

JUVENILE BOOKS,

embellished with neat engravings.


Price 37½ cents coloured, 25 cents plain.

Price 31¼ cents coloured, 18¾ cents plain.

Price 25 cents coloured, 18¾ cents plain.


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