Part the II.
"There is a time for all things,
A time to work, and a time to play.
j Published and sold Wholesale and Retail by
3IORGAX & SOXS-
Price plain, 12| cents coloured, 18| cents.
UNIVERSITY OF CALII
johnny Bull From England, come ,
Who toasts of being* a sailor;,
But jr ankey tar pi ^willlet iiiii ^cl / lo^^^'
He'll meet WitTi IKLSQIY a PaaLure.
The n^ejoliaiit upright and taD.
Ihressvi up in Eastern style Sir
His efforts here -to show loimself
! "\ttft. will "ttiakfi you smile ^ n
Here's Bruin next from Russia come?
Bout let "him yon affright, Sir
Tko mlai^ manner raflif?r Tougk
imcl'lim Tiere -polite. Sir
Now litfre is somebody indeed!.'
YouH "know Tiim HI engage Sir,
If not, HI tpHjyott
ere^s Somebody and Ttfobotly,
To make you. smile and la;ugk
yoiffl ollow tliQH crying i^
lietter far lay lialf Sir
13 of you now behold
Muck more so than lii$ Toetter^,
Do jyoulby Inm example take,
And study ^v^eTl^yDfur letters.
To cloe fhe Show anct
To pleajse you aia^- content ^
give all due Variety
May be had the following improved
Col'rd. Plain f
JThe G mut and Time Table, 37 25
The House that Jack Built, 37 25
SHistory of the Old Woman and her Pig, ... 37 25
j Old Mother tfubbard and her Dog, .... 37 25
?/ Dame Trot and her Comical flat, 37 25
-"''he Elm of Kensington, a Parody ou the House
that Jack Built, .... 1 31 18
uvenile Pastimes, or sports for the four Seasons,
embellished with 24 copperphte engravings, 31 18
<JoIin G'lpin's ride to Edmonton, 31 18
f Mrs. Gil pi IT'S return from Edmonton, .... 31 18
|The Little Man and Maid, 31 18
! he Forty Thieves, 31 18
Sffora's Grand Gala, 31 18
^Cinderella or the Little Glass Slipper, - - - - 25 18
>k<The Little Poulterer, 25 18
j | (The Little Farmer, 25 18
And a variety of others.
(^Shortly will be published,
MScriptnre Alphabet, by a Father to his Children,
/Sweets for Leisure Hours, fyc. &e- \x)