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Seen and not heard; a garland of fancies for Victorian children.

Author: Nigel Temple
Publisher: [New York] Dial Press, 1970.
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Nigel Temple
OCLC Number: 105704
Description: 272 pages illustrations (some color) 25 cm
Contents: Hearth and home. From Green's nursery album. My father ; My mother / Mrs. Abdy --
From Divine and moral songs for children. Obedience to parents / Isaac Watts --
From The children's friend. The clock of life / Anonymous --
From The juvenile budget. Uttering a falsehood / Mrs. S.C. Hall --
From Anna Ross. Aunt Ross's social lesson / Grace Kennedy --
From The children's friend. Honouring parents / Anonymous --
From Green's nursery album. The clever boy / Mrs. S.C. Hall --
From Home scenes and home influences. Trouble with servants / T.S. Arthur --
From The children's friend. No place for prayer / Anonymous --
From Religion and happiness. Family prayer / Jacob Abbott --
From Tales and stories. The wicked weed / Anonymous --
From Child's companion and juvenile instructor. Remember the Sabbath / Anonymous --
From The giants and how to fight them. The drunkard's home / Richard Newton --
From Fisher's juvenile scrapbook. The evening meal / Agnes Strickland ; Bernard Barton --
From Anna Ross. The evil influence of Uncle Murray / Grace Kennedy --
From The cottage at the Firs. The model lodging house ; Saturday night / Anonymous --
From The national nursery book. Little Fred / Anonymous --
From Sunday afternoons with Mamma / Anonymous --
From The cottage at the Firs. Cottager's Sunday / Anonymous --
The father's return / Anonymous --
From The history of the Fairchild family. A Sunday at the Fairchilds / Mrs. Sherwood --
From The children's friend. Beware of the fire / Anonymous --
From The children's pleasure book. Our queen / Anonymous --
From The children's friend. Papa's blessing / Anonymous. Poverty & riches. From Choice poetry for little children. Never waste anything / Anonymous --
From The boy's spring book. Children of the poor / Anonymous --
From Fanny and Arthur. Charity elicited / Miss Winnard --
From The children's friend. Pity the poor city arabs / Anonymous --
From Child's own story book. Was I a good boy? / Mrs. Jerram --
From Aunt Kate's story. Little Ellen / Ann Thorp --
From Choice poems for little children. Some have no home / Anonymous --
From Hungering and thirsting. Blessed are they--
but why? / Anonymous --
From The children's friend. Let England help--
/ Anonymous --
From Peter Parley's annual. The poor rustic / Peter Parley --
From Fanny and Arthur. A scene of distress / Miss Winnard --
From Original poems. Vulgar little lady / Anonymous --
From The children's friend. Workhouse children / Anonymous --
From Original poems. The village green / Anonymous --
From Poll Parrot picture book. Ann and her mamma / Anonymous --
From Cheerful cherry. The cottage girl / Peter Parley --
From Peter Parley's magazine. The rich girl and the poor boy / Peter Parley --
From The proverbs of Solomon. Sad hearts in grand houses / Anonymous. High days & holidays. From Peter Parley's annual. New Year's Day / William Martin, editor --
From Children of the village. Fanny's birthday / Mary Russell Mitford --
From Peter Parley's annual. Prince of Wales' Day ; The whiskey is buoyant / William Martin, editor --
From Peter Parley's magazine. Easter Monday / Peter Parley --
From The nursery times. May Day morning / Anonymous --
From The parent's cabinet. Fred's letter to his father / Anonymous --
From Aunt Kate's story. Ellen's party / Ann Thorp --
From Green's nursery annual. The harvest home / Anonymous --
From Every boy's annual. Mop fair / Tom Burgess --
From Juvenile forget-me-not. Thanksgiving Day / S.G. Goodrich --
From The boy's own country book. Fifth of November / Thomas Miller --
From The Christmas tree. Our Christmas at home / Anonymous --
From The girl's own book. More blessed / Mrs. Child --
From Home for the holidays. Christmas / Anonymous. School & learning. From Little Henry's holiday at the Great Exhibition. At the Great Exhibition / Anonymous --
From The juvenile budget. The dangers of cleverness / Mrs. S.C. Hall --
From The mother's question book. Is Poetry useful / David Blair --
From Every boy's annual. The virtues of fagging / Edmund Routledge, editor --
From Charlie's discoveries. A lesson learnt / Anonymous --
From The birthday gift. Fear no NME / W.M. --
From Child's own story book. The cost of a ball / Mrs. Jerram --
From The good French governess. The rational toy shop / Maria Edgeworth --
From Peter Parley's annual. For capitalists and students / William Martin, editor --
From Nellie Grey. Sewing for the heathen / Anonymous --
From Fanny and Arthur. Not really stupid / Miss Winnard --
From Harry Beaufoy. Watching the blood flow / Maria Hack --
From Footprints of Popery. Don't trust Popery / Anonymous --
From The juvenile budget. Ida's education / Mrs. S.C. Hall --
From Peter Parley's annual. Smoke not / William Martin, editor --
From My Sunday friend. Missionary corner ; This little pig, in Swahili / H.C. Shuttleworth, editor --
From Pictures for our pets. The village schoolmistress / Anonymous --
From The parent's cabinet. Useful and agreeable occupations / Anonymous --
From The juvenile budget. Little ears / Mrs. S.C. Hall --
From The cottage at the Firs. The old dame school / Anonymous --
From Steenie Alloway's adventures. Friend or tyrant? / Anonymous --
From Peter Parley's annual. Black Monday / William Martin, editor --
From Jottings for juveniles. The school treat / Josephine --
From The children's Sunday album. Remember the Sabbath / Anonymous --
From The Hatchups. Airs and graces / Peter Parley --
From Little Seymour Street, or, Elsie Feltham. You don't know your letters? / A.R.N. --
From Peter Parley's annual. The flush of triumph / William Martin, editor --
From Pictures for our pets. God's ragged scholars / Anonymous --
From The Sexton's grandsons. The young carver / Frank Scarlett Potter --
From The birthday gift. Life's prizes / W.M. Games & pastimes. From The girl's own book. Out-of-door exercises ; Calisthenics / Mrs. Child --
From Peter Parley's annual. Low trickery / William Martin, editor --
From The boy's own book. How to play football ; A sport paramount ; The philosopede ; The young velocipedist / Anonymous --
From Peter Parley's annual. Sport for June / William Martin, editor --
From The boy's own book of sports and games. Skating / Uncle Charles --
From Every boy's book. The Stanhope ; Alleys and taws ; The humming top / Edmund Routledge, editor --
From The juvenile budget. Playing for money / Mrs. S.C. Hall --
From The boy's own country book. One in the hand / Thomas Miller --
From Parlour magic. Effects of hydrogen on the voice ; Conjuring ; Acoustic rainbow / Anonymous --
From The boy's own book. To exhibit the magic lantern ; Camera Lucida / Anonymous --
From Peter Parley's annual. Blowing bubbles / William Martin, editor --
From Every boy's book. The bullock's eye ; How to make an air-balloon ; Timbromania / Edmund Routledge, editor --
From The girl's own book. The pretty automata ; Intery mintery ; Lady Queen Anne / Mrs. Child --
From The boy's own treasury. Legerdemain / Anonymous --
From Acting charades. Charades / Brothers Mayhew --
From Indoor sports. Green fire / William Martin --
From The boy's own book. The little gas-factor / Anonymous --
From The girl's own book. Bead work / Mrs. Child --
From The juvenile budget. The young card-players / Mrs. S.C. Hall --
From A present for an apprentice. Games lead to vice / Thomas Tegg. Sickness & death. From Little Dot and her friends. Old Solomon's visitor / Mrs. Walton --
From Morals from the graveyard. The little child's grave / Anonymous --
From Spring flowers and summer blossoms for the young and good. May flowers, or, Lucy Lynn / Anonymous --
From Little Susy's six teachers. Squeeze Miss Pegg down / Elizabeth Prentice --
From Morals from the graveyard. The suicide's grave / Anonymous --
From Peter Parley's annual. The idiot boy / William Martin, editor --
From The children's Sunday album. The hospital / Anonymous --
From Original poems. Gentle Christians pity me / Anonymous --
From The children's friend. Flowers for Little Jan / Anonymous --
From Mother's last words / Mrs. Sewell --
From Hungering and thirsting. Don't you cry for me, Kitty / Anonymous --
From The Fairchild family. Fast to corruption / Mrs. Sherwood --
From The child's own story book. The dying child / Mrs. Jerram --
From Jottings for juveniles. The dead baby / Josephine --
From The peep of day. Poor little body / Anonymous --
From The little lady. Anno Mundi / Sophia Kelly --
From The children's Sunday album. Willie among the angels / Anonymous --
From Little Susy's six teachers. Home to heaven / Elizabeth Prentiss --
From The Sunday school magazine. Dear mother, let me go / Anonymous --
From The children's prize. Father's accident / J. Erskine Clarke, editor --
From The history of the Fairchild family. The agonies of death / Mrs. Sherwood --
From Recollections of childhood. Recollections of corpses / Primogenita. The widening world. From The boy's friend. War / Carlton Bruce --
From Peter Parley's Own favourite story book. To be a soldier / William Martin, editor --
From The proverbs of Solomon. George is lazy / Anonymous --
From The children's friend. What a child may do / Anonymous --
From A mother's lessons on kindness to animals. Bianconi's opinion ; A cruel reaper punished / Anonymous --
From Our little Harry. The cold-water boy / T.S. Arthur --
From A present for an apprentice. Virtuous female intercourse ; Dangers of the playhouse / Thomas Tegg --
From The child's companion and juvenile instructor. The little tract girl / Anonymous --
From Pictures from the street. Little Shoeblack / Anonymous --
From The story garden. Nurse Griffin's levee / S.C. Hall [and others] --
From Tales in prose. In service / Mary Howitt --
From Peter Parley's annual. Nothing like work / William Martin, editor --
From Fanny and Arthur. Hopping / Miss Winnard --
From Little Henry's holiday at the Great Exhibition. The entente cordiale / Anonymous --
From The church missionary juvenile instructor. Hook swinging ; Dreadful cannibalism ; Niger mission / Anonymous --
From True stories for little people. It is called New Zealand / Anonymous --
From Juvenile forget-me-not. A chapter for young America ; Henry and Seth / S.G. Goodrich --
From The nursery guide. The negro slave / Mrs. Thomas Geldart --
From True stories for little people. A very kind officer / Anonymous --
From The children's friend. The slave's appeal / J.E.S. --
From The children's friend. Chinese tracts in the West Indies / Anonymous.
Responsibility: Selected and introduced by Nigel Temple.

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