1 edition of cries of York ... for the amusement of young children ... decorated with cuts from life. found in the catalog.
cries of York ... for the amusement of young children ... decorated with cuts from life.
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Since Lydgate’s time the cries of London have been a stock subject for ballads and children’s books, of which, in various forms, some hundreds must have appeared within the last two centuries. The cuts, unless from the hand of a Rowlandson or a Cruikshank, are usually of the mechanical order; and one finds copies of the same illustrations, though differently treated, constantly reappearing.
Since Lydgate's time the cries of London have been a stock subject for ballads and children's books, of [p. 6] which, in various forms, some hundreds must have appeared within the last two centuries. The cuts, unless from the hand of a Rowlandson or a Cruikshank, are usually of the mechanical order ; and one finds copies of the same illustrations, though differently treated, constantly.
BANBURY CHAP-BOOKS. 45 The Cries of York. "The Cries of York, for the amusement of Young Children, decorated with cuts printed by T. Kendrew, ColHer Gate, York." These York Cries have not been mentioned by any writer on juvenile literature and the same may be said of the Banbury Cries.
And meets with a kind Merchant. A penny for your cat, Dame. Bow Bells ringing "Turn again Whittington!" Pussy clears the King's table, And makes Whittington's fortune.] [Illustration: 45_1 The Cries of York.] "The Cries of York, for the amusement of Young Children, decorated with cuts printed by T.
Kendrew, Collier Gate, York.". The mid-nineteenth century brought some more realistic, believable characters to American children’s literature as seen in this review from the North American Review, January Genius comes in with Little Prudy.
Compared with her, all other book children are cold creations of. “The Cries of York, for the amusement of Young Children, decorated with cuts printed by T.
Kendrew, Collier Gate, York.” These York Cries have not been mentioned by any writer on juvenile literature and the same may be said of the Banbury Cries. Kendrew of York, brought out many interesting penny and other children’s books.
The cries of London: for the instruction and amusement of good children: decorated with woodcuts from life. Publication: York: Printed by J. Kendrew, Colliergate, [ca. Browsing subject area: Chapbooks, English (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Chapbooks, English.
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