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Randolph Caldecott Postcard B6Randolph Caldecott Postcards, by Book

Card No. Book Title Card 1st Line
A1 John Gilpin Tomorrow is our wedding day
A2 John Gilpin The dogs did bark, the children
B1 John Gilpin Stop, stop, John Gilpin!
B2 John Gilpin Stop thief! stop thief! A highwayman
 
A3 Three Jovial Huntsmen One said it was a boggart
A4 Three Jovial Huntsmen One said it was a bull calf
B3 Three Jovial Huntsmen One said that they were children
B4 Three Jovial Huntsmen So they hunted an they hollo'd
(for picture click here)
 
A5 Elegy on Mad Dog In Islington there lived a man
A6 Elegy on Mad Dog A kind and gentle heart he had
B5 Elegy on Mad Dog And in that town a dog was found 
(see picture)
B6 Elegy on Mad Dog The dog & man at first were friends
 
C1 House that Jack Built This is the rat
C2 House that Jack Built This is the cat
D1 House that Jack Built This is the cow
D2 House that Jack Built This is the man
 
C3 Song of Sixpence When the pie was opened
C4 Song of Sixpence Was that not a dainty dish
D3 Song of Sixpence The King was in his counting house
D4 Song of Sixpence The maid was in the garden
 
C5 Queen of Hearts The Queen of Hearts
C6 Queen of Hearts The Knave of Hearts he stole some tarts
D5 Queen of Hearts The Knave of Hearts brought back the tarts
D6 Queen of Hearts And vowed he'd steal no more
E1 Hey Diddle Diddle Hey Diddle Diddle
E2 Hey Diddle Diddle The little dog laughed
   
E3 Bye Baby Bunting Bye Baby Bunting
E4 Bye Baby Bunting Father's gone a-hunting
   
E5 The Milkmaid Where are you going my pretty maid
E6 The Milkmaid Shall I go with you my pretty maid
F5 The Milkmaid Then I can't marry you my pretty maid
F6 The Milkmaid Nobody asked you Sir! She said
   
F1 Ride a cock horse Ride a cock horse
F2 Ride a cock horse With rings on her fingers
   
F3 A Farmer went trotting With his daughter behind him
F4 A Farmer went trotting The mare broke her knees
   
G1 A frog he would a-wooing go A frog he would a-wooing go
G2 A frog he would a-wooing go Now they arrived
H1 A frog he would a-wooing go Pray Miss Mouse
H2 A frog he would a-wooing go Pray Mr. Frog
   
G3 Come lasses and lads Come lasses and lads
G4 Come lasses and lads Now there they did stay
H3 Come lasses and lads With singing and playing
H4 Come lasses and lads Some loitered on the way
   
G5 The Fox jumps over The huntsman blows his horn
G6 The Fox jumps over The Fox jumps over the Parson's gate
H5 The Fox jumps over Now the Parson had a pair to wed
H6 The Fox jumps over Then pass around the can

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