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[Transcriber's Note: The original text, including any apostrophes, is unchanged.]



Uncle Franks' Series

FUNNY ALPHABET.



McLOUGHLIN Bro's Publishers 24 Beekman



THE FUNNY

ALPHABET.



A was an Actor, 'Tis clear to your view: B was three Boys, Forming letters for you.



C was a clown, who clever was found. D was a dunce, and Harlequin bound, E was soon formed with the aid of a child, F in a frolic appear'd to be wild.



G was George Godfrey, a truant I fear, H hand in hand, like two pillars appear. I was an Indian figure for thee: J was Jemima Mermaid, only see.



K was Kail Knowledge, to Kew he was bound, L was Luke Lazy, he's now on the ground. M Master Merryman, mark what I say, N Neddy Noodle the Vicar of Bray.



O Obadiah a letter quite round, P Paul Plaintive, in Pleasure was found, Q quit was, in shape much like O, R Robin Roughead, I'd have you to know.



S Simon Sobersides, serious and soft, T Timothy Touchstone, tomboy and torch, U Uniform, Union, and Unicorn trot, V very vexatious his letters forgot.



W Walter and William Were vex'd, X in the Alphabet, Is sure to stand next.



Y was a Youngster, He'd play with his betters; Z was a Zany, For not knowing his letters.



McLOUGHLIN BROTHERS, 24 Beekman Street, NEW YORK.

MANUFACTURERS OF TOY BOOKS, PRIMERS, GAMES FOR CHILDREN, A B C CARDS, BLOCKS, &c.

Amusement for Children.

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MCLOUGHLIN BRO. have recently issued, under the above title, twelve kinds of PAPER DOLLS, with a variety of beautiful Dresses, Bonnets, &c.

The Bride, a handsome doll, both sides of the dress colored.

American Lady, a very large doll, beautifully colored.

Emma, and her twin sister, Etty.

Just out, Grace Lee, a splendid doll, both sides of the dress colored.

Susan Lee, a beautiful doll, both sides dress colored.—12 cts each.

The following is a list of small dolls.—Price 6 cents each.

DOLLY, BABY, LITTLE LADY, LIZZIE, CHARLEY, FANNY, AND WILLY AND HIS PONY.

We have also Published seven new sets of

PAPER FURNITURE.

No. 1, Bed-room Set, contains a French Bedstead, Bureau, Wash-stand, Table, two Ottomans, and four Chairs.

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No. 3, Drawing-room Set, contains Piano Forte, Sofa, Table, six Chairs, two Ottomans, and two Rocking Chairs.

No. 4, Drawing-room Set, Brocatel, contains a handsome imitation Rosewood Piano, two Rocking Chairs, two Tete-a-tete's, six Chairs, and two Ottomans.—Price 12 cents each.

No. 5, Double Set, contains the Bed-room, and the Drawing-room Set.—Price 25 cents each.

No. 6. Bed-room Set, Small.

No. 7. Parlor Set, " —Price 6 cents each.

ALSO, PAPER SOLDIERS FOR BOYS,

Contains 28 Soldiers and Officers to be cut out and pasted on Stands.

NEW ONES ISSUED EVERY MONTH.

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