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" HAT ! go to see the kittens drowned, On purpose, in the yard ! I did not think there could be found A little heart so hard. Poor kittens ! no more pretty play With Pussy's wagging tail : Oh ! I'd go far enough away, Before I'd see the pail. "
Rhymes for the Nursery - Pągina 46
per Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor - 1824 - 96 pągines
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Rhymes for the nursery. By the authors of 'Original poems'.

Ann Taylor - 1818
...WHAT ! go to see the kittens drown'd, On purpose, in the yard! I did not think there could be found Poor kittens ! no more pretty play With pussy's wagging...! the little child that can Be pleas'd to look and sec, Most likely, when he grows a man, A cruel man will be. And many a wicked thing he'll do, Because...
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Rhymes for the Nursery

Jane Taylor - 1831 - 96 pągines
...plain, Have more reason to be vain. The cruel Boy and the Kittens. WHAT ! go to see the kittens drownM, On purpose, in the yard ! I did not think there could...bitter pain. Poor things ! the little child that can Be pleased to look and see, Most likely, when he grows a man, A cruel man will be. And many a wicked thing...
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Rhymes for the nursery, by the author of Original poems

Ann Taylor - 1836
...plain, Have more reason to be vain. The cruel Boy and the Kittens. WHAT ! go to see the kittens drowned, On purpose, in the yard ! I did not think there could...! I'd go far enough away, Before I'd see the pail. Poor things ! the little child that can Be pleased to go and see, Most likely, when he grows a man,...
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Rhymes for the nursery, by the authors of Original poems. Illustr. ed

Ann Taylor - 1859
...you think that they are vain? THE CRUEL BOY AND THE KITTENS. WHAT 1 go to see the kittens drowned, On purpose, in the yard ! I did not think there could...! I'd go far enough away, Before I'd see the pail. Poor things ! the little child that can Be pleased to go and see, Most likely, when he grows a man,...
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The Poetical Works of Ann and Jane Taylor

Ann Taylor - 1877
...plain, Have more reason to be vain. THE CRUEL BOY AND THE KITTENS. HAT ! go to see the kittens drowned, On purpose, in the yard ! I did not think there could...bitter pain. Poor things ! the little child that can Be pleased to go and see, Most likely, when he grows a man, A cruel man will be. And many a wicked thing...
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The Flag-lieutenant: A Story of the Slave Squadron

Samuel Whitchurch Sadler - 1877 - 318 pągines
...we drown them ?" " What ! " repeated Onslow, with mock gravity — 'Go and see the kittens drowned, On purpose — in the yard ! I did not think there could be found A little heart so hard.' No, we may as well let them alone. They will do no more harm ; and it may amuse Moss Windham, when...
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The "Original Poems" and Others

Jane Taylor, Ann Taylor, Adelaide O'Keeffe - 1903 - 410 pągines
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Harper's Magazine, Volum 109

1904
...disdain. William laughed out. " Kitty, really ! — you remind me, please, of Miss Jane Taylor — 'I did not think there could be found — a little heart so hard!' Mary is thirty; she would like to be married. And why not? She'll give quite as good as she gets."...
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The Marriage of William Ashe

Mrs. Humphry Ward - 1905 - 555 pągines
...slow disdain. William laughed out. "Kitty, really! — you remind me, please, of Miss Jane Taylor: " ' I did not think there could be found — a little heart so hard!' Mary is thirty; she would like to be married. And why not ? She'll give quite as good 'as she gets."...
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The Marriage of William Ashe

Mrs. Humphry Ward - 1905 - 562 pągines
...slow disdain. William laughed out. "Kitty, really! — you remind me, please, of Miss Jane Taylor: " ' I did not think there could be found — a little heart so hard!' Mary is thirty; she would like to be married. And why not? She'll give quite as good as she gets."...
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