Mother Goose in White

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Fifty Full-Page Silhouette Illustrations, by J. F. GOODRIDGE.
4to. Cloth, 75 cents; Boards, 50 cents.
"There have been many hundred editions of Mother Goose's Melodies since that ancient lady first gave them to the world from her home in Boston, nearly a century ago, but there has been none so beautiful, and, at the same time, so indescribably funny, as the one with the silhouette illustrations, just published by Lee &. Shepard." — Boston Stoday Herald.
It actually bubbles over with fun, and it is a complete enter­tainment to peruse its pajres. — Nashua Telegraph.
The best edition of *' Mother Goose " we know of. Its illustra­tions are capital, making the text doubly precious. — Christian Leader, Ctica.
The nicest edition of "Mother Goose" yet out.—Bridgeport Standard.                                                               ' .
The sharp, black fijrures make excellent shadow pictures, and are unusually comical. — Hartford Religious Herald.
The text is plain, and there is lots of fun in the clear-cut silhou­ettes. — Manchester Mirror.
This funny little hook should have a wide sale. The silhouettes arc charming, and will afford as much amusement to "children of a larger growth " as thev will to the smaller fry. — Doylestown (P.t.) Mirror.
There is fun in the pictures which the grown folks will appre­ciate as well as the youngsters. — Boston Journal.
As curious as it is comical, and it will give the children lots of real joy. The funniest edition ever published.—Somerville Journal.
This is by far the most humorous edition of " Mother Gooose" we have ever seen/— Cottage and Hearth.
SS? - Lots of Ideas for Mother Goose Masquerades and Shadow Pictures. Sold by all Booksellers, and sent by mail, postpaid, on receipt of price, by
LEE & SHEPARD, Publishers, Boston.