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" Under the tree the farmer said, Smiling and shaking his wise old head : " Cherries are ripe ! but then, you know, There's the grass to cut and the corn to hoe : We can gather the cherries any day, But when the sun shines we must make our hay; To-night,... "
Harper's First [-sixth] Reader - Page 186
edited by - 1888
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St. Nicholas, Volume 2

Children's literature - 1875
...never did have such a good Fourth of July in all my life ! " CHERRIES. BY EMILY HUNTINGTON MILLER. UNDER the tree the farmer said, Smiling, and shaking...old head : Cherries are ripe ! but then, you know, There 's the grass to cut and the corn to hoe ; We can gather the cherries any day, But when the sun...
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First (Second) poetry book, selected and arranged by C. Geikie, Volume 1

John Cunningham Geikie - 1878
...we should do To others, as we wish that they Would do to us, from day to day. — 71 — CHERRIES. UNDER the tree the farmer said, Smiling, and shaking...but then, you know, There's the grass to cut and the corn1 to hoe ; We can gather the cherries any day, But, when the sun shines, we must make our hay ;...
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The new national reading books

New national reading books - 1880
...yel-low no-where hold-ing cage kill-ed en-joy clean beg-ged treat CHEREIES. 1 UNDER the tree the fanner said, Smiling, and shaking his wise old head : ' Cherries...know, There's the grass to cut and the corn to hoe ; 2 ' We can gather the cherries any day, But when the sun shines we must make our hay, To-night, when...
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The new national reading books. Infant reader, Standard i

New national reading books - 1885
...Birdie will enjoy the treat. 14. CHEEEIES. smil-ing gath-er folks head nmst-er farm-er hoe saucy trick 1 UNDER the tree the farmer said, Smiling, and shaking...know, There's the grass to cut and the corn to hoe ; 2 ' We can gather the cherries any day, But when the sun shines we must make our hay, To-night, when...
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Harper's Second Reader: In Two Parts

Readers - 1888 - 208 pages
...are cold, Long before the leaves are gold, Bright -eyed stars will peep and see Baby -robins — one, two, three : That's what Robin told me. in. CHERRIES...day, But when the sun shines we must make our hay. To - night, when the work has all been done, We'll muster the boys for fruit and fun." Up in a tree...
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Harper's First-[fourth] Reader

James Baldwin - 1888
...peep and see Baby - robins — one, two, three : That's what Robin told me. in. CUETliRLES ARE RIFE. Under the tree, the farmer said, Smiling, and shaking...day, But when the sun shines we must make our hay. To - night, when the work has all been done, "We'll muster the boys for fruit and fun." Up in a tree...
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First Steps in English

Albert Le Roy Bartlett - English language - 1899 - 173 pages
...should keep near shore." 1. Bo good, dear child, and let who will be happy. — Charles Kingsley. 2. Cherries are ripe ! but then, you know, There's the grass to cut and the corn to hoe. — The farmer. 118 FIRST STEPS IN ENGLISH. 3. Cherries are ripe ! and so to-day We'll gather them...
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Golden Treasury Readers: Primer, First-5th reader, Book 3

Charles Maurice Stebbins - Readers - 1912
...hath been dawning another blue day; Think, wilt thou let it slip useless away ? — THOMAS CARLYLE. Under the tree the farmer said, Smiling and shaking...done, We'll muster the boys, for fruit and fun." Up on the tree a robin said, Perking and cocking his saucy head : " Cherries are ripe ! and so to-day...
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Golden Treasury Readers: Primer, First-5th reader, Book 3

Charles Maurice Stebbins - Readers - 1912
...hath been dawning another blue day; hink, wilt thou let it slip useless away ? — Thomas Caelyle. Under the tree the farmer said, Smiling and shaking...gather the cherries any day, But when the sun shines, w r e must make our hay To-night, when the work has all been done, We'll muster the boys, for fruit...
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Spoken English: A Method of Improving Speech and Reading by Studying Voice ...

Samuel Silas Curry - Elocution - 1913 - 320 pages
...therefore, that we should bring into life and work this play instinct, this spirit of sympathy. CHERRIES Under the tree the farmer said, Smiling and shaking...old head: " Cherries are ripe ! but then, you know, There 's the grass to be cut and the corn to hoe; We can gather the cherries any day, But when the...
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