[Caldecott picture books (set of sixteen)] :
the milkmaid ; Ride a-cock horse and A Farmer went trotting upon his grey mare ; The fox ; The queen of hearts ; Sing a song of sixpence ; The farmer's boy ; The babes in the wood ; The mad dog ; A frog he would a-wooing go ; John Gilpin ; An elegy on the glory of her sex: Mrs. Mary Blaize ; The great panjandrum himself ; Come lasses and lads ; The house that Jack built ; The three jovial huntsmen ; Hey diddle diddle & baby bunting.
|Main Creator:||Caldecott, Randolph, 1846-1886.|
|Published / Created:||
London ; New York : Frederick Warne and Co., [187-?]
Randolph Caldecott's picture books.
All of these titles were originally published by George Routlege and Sons between 1878 and 1885.
"Printed and copyrighted by Edmund Evans, Ltd., The Racquet Court Press, London, S.E."--Back cover of PML 86779, 86881, 86884-87, 86789-91.
"Printed and copyrighted by Edmund Evans, Ltd., Rose Place, Globe Road, London"--Back cover of PML 86782-83, 86788, 86792-94.
Evans was at Racquet Court beginning in 1851.
Advertisements on back covers of all issues.
Physical description: 16 books. : ill. (some col.) ; 21 x 24 cm.
Table of Contents:
- The milkmaid (86779)
- Ride a-cock horse & A Farmer went trotting upon his grey mare (86780)
- The fox jumps over the parson's gate (86781)
- The queen of hearts (86782)
- Sing a song of sixpence (86783)
- The farmer's boy (86784)
- The babes in the wood (86785)
- The mad dog (86786)
- A frog he would a-wooing go (86787)
- The diverting history of John Gilpin (86788)
- An elegy on the glory of her sex: Mrs. Mary Blaize (86789)
- The great panjandrum himself (86790)
- Come lasses and lads (86791)
- The house that Jack built (86792)
- The three jovial huntsmen (86793) ; Hey diddle diddle & baby bunting (86794).