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The True Mother Goose - Songs for the Nursery, Or, Mother Goose's Melodies for Children.  

Notes and Pictures by Blanche McManus.  Published by Lamson, Wolffe and Co., Boston. 1895.

    1. Introduction
    2. There was an old woman...
    3. One misty, moisty morning...
    4. Three wise men of Gotham...
    5. About the bush...
    6. Cross Patch...
    7. Hark! hark! the dogs do bark!...
    8. When good king Arthur ruled this land...
    9. See-saw, Margery Daw,...
    10. Sing a song of sixpence,...
    11. Ride away, ride away...
    12. Lavender, blue, and rosemary, green,...
    13. Dingty didlety, my mammy's maid,...
    14. Hog's in the garden, catch 'em, Towser!...
    15. London Bridge is broken down,...
    16. Trip upon trenchers,...
    17. Pussy cat, pussy cat, where have you been?...
    18. Hey rub-a-dub, ho rub-a-dub, three maids in a tub,...
    19. Pat a cake, pat a cake,...
    20. The Lion and the Unicorn,...
    21. Jack and Jill went up the hill,...
    22. Pease porridge hot, pease porridge cold,...
    23. Little Bo-Peep...
    24. Little Miss Muffet...
    25. Peter, Peter, Pumpkin Eater,...
    26. Tom, Tom, the piper's son,...
    27. As I was going to Derby, upon a market day,...
    28. The Man in the Moon came down too soon...
    29. Hickory, dickory, dock,...
    30. Ding-dong-bell, the cat's in the well....
    31. 'Twas once upon a time, when Jenny Wren was young,...
    32. One, Two, Three, Four, Five,...
    33. Rock-a-bye, baby, your cradle is green;...
    34. When I was a little boy,...
    35. Little Robin Redbreast, sat upon a tree....
    36. In April's sweet month,...
    37. Heigh ding a ding! What shall I sing?...
    38. Lady-bird, Lady-bird, Fly away home;...
    39. Hush-a-bye baby on the tree-top!
    40. Once in my life I married a wife,...
    41. As I was going to St. Ives,...
    42. This is the way the ladies ride,...
    43. Bobby Shaftoe's gone to sea...
    44. We three brethren out of Spain...
    45. Bonny lass! Bonny lass!...
    46. Little Tommy Tucker,...
    47. You owe me five shillings,...
    48. The two gray kits and the gray kits' mother,...
    49. Tom, Tom, of Islington,...
    50. Miss Jane had a bag, and a mounse was in it,...
    51. Little Jack Horner...
    52. Snail, snail, come out of your hole,...
    53. Pussy sits behind the log;...
    54. When I was a little boy,...
    55. Three little kittens lost their mittens;...
    56. Little Boy Blue,...
    57. Goosey, Goosey, gander,...
    58. To bed, to bed, says Sleepy-Head;
    59. Milk-man, milk-man, where have you been?...
    60. There were two birds sat upon a stone,...
    61. The Cuckoo is a bonny bird,...
    62. Diddle diddle dumpling, my son John...
    63. Arthur O'Bower,...
    64. Charley Wag,...
    65. Sing, sing! - What shall I sing?...
    66. Sweep, sweep, Chimney sweep,...
    67. There was an old man in a velvet coat,...
    68. Little lad, little lad, where were you born?...
    69. Jog on, jog on, the footpath way,...
    70. The little robin grieves when snow is on the ground,...
    71. Mary had a pretty bird,...
    72. Handy-spandy, Jacky dandy,...
    73. Taffy was a Welchman,...
    74. What's the news of the day,...
    75. Jemmy Jed went to a shed,...
    76. Jacky come give me your fiddle,...
    77. Wash me and comb me,...
    78. Jack Sprat could eat no fat;...
    79. Mistress Mary, quite contrary,...
    80. Ride a cock horse to Charing Cross,...
    81. There was a man in our town,...
    82. There was a little man,...
    83. Willy boy, Willy boy, where are you going?...
    84. Dear sensibility, O, la!...
    85.  There was a man and he had naught,...
    86. Go to bed Tom, go to bed, Tom,
    87. The man in the wilderness, asked me,...
    88. Tell tale tit,...
    89. I will sing you a song of the days that are long,...
    90. Hey ding-a-ding-ding,...
    91. I had a husband, no bigger than my thumb,...
    92. Is Master Smith within?...
    93. When I was a little boy,...
    94. I like little pussy, her coat is so warm,...
    95. Saturday night shall be my whole care...
    96. Oh I am so happy,...
    97. We'll go to the wood,...
    98. I would if I could;...
    99. The girl in the lane,...
    100. Here's A,B,C,...
    101. I had a little doll,...
    102. Old Mistress McShuttle,...
    103. There was an old woman, and what do you think?...
    104. There was a mad man,...
    105. Richard and Robin were two pretty men,...
    106. Round about, round about,...
    107. See saw, sacradown, sacradown,...
    108. There were two blind men went to see,...
    109. Who comes here?...
    110. To market, to market,...
    111. Ride a cock-horse to Banbury-cross,...
    112. Ride a cock-horse to Shrewsbury-cross,...
    113. What care I how black I be?...
    114. Hush-a-bye baby,...
    115. A farmer went travelling upon his grey mare,...
    116. Shake a leg,...
    117. Daffy-down-dilly is new come to town,...
    118. The rose is red, the violet blue...
    119. Cock a doodle doo,...
    120. Cock, cock, cock, cock,...
    121. There was a Piper had a Cow;...
    122. Robert Barnes, fellow fine,...
    123. Cushy Cow bonny, let down your milk,...
    124. There was a little boy went into a barn,...
    125. John O'Gudgeon he was a wild man,...
    126. My little Pink,...
    127. The sow came in with the saddle,...
    128. Harry cum Parry,...
    129. Tom Brown's two little Indian boys,...
    130. Away, pretty robin, fly home to your nest,...
    131. Oh that I were where I would be!...
    132. There were two blackbirds sitting on a hill,...
    133. How many miles to Babylon?...
    134. Wee Willie Winkie runs through the town,...
    135. Charley loves good cake and ale,...
    136. When I was a little he,...
    137. Great A, little a,...
    138. As I was going to sell my eggs,...
    139. Little Jack Nory,...
    140. A cow and a calf,...
    141. Up in a green orchard there is a green tree,...
    142. Bye, Baby bunting,...
    143. There was an old woman, lived under the hill,...
    144. There was an old woman sold puddings and pies,...
    145. The little black dog ran round the house,...
    146. Little Johnny Pringle had a little Pig;...
    147. Pretty Johnny Watts,...
    148. Lazy Tom, with jacket blue,...
    149. Oh, what a sweet little white Mouse!...
    150. Shoe the colt,...
    151. Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool?...
    152. I won't be my father's Jack,...
    153. How many days has my baby to play?...
    154. Bow, wow, wow,...
    155. Little King Boggen he built a fine hall,...
    156. Fa, Fe, Fi, Fo, Fum!...
    157. See saw, Jack-a-daw,...
    158. Nose, Nose, jolly red Nose,...
    159. I'll tell you a story about Mary Morey,... 
  1. Index to First Lines