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antique court art thou Arthur beautifully engraved belt coloured court dress Courtiers so gay damn'd devour'd Dollalolla's Dood Doodle drunk Engraved Frontispiece Enter Lord Grizzle Enter Noodle Enter Queen Enter Tom Thumb Exeunt Queen Exit exquisitely finish eyes FINCH LANE Flourish of trumpets Fore George Frizaletta Gaffer Thumb GEORGE CRUIKSHANK Ghost of Gaffer giants Glum Glumd Glumdalca gods grey wig Griz Grizzle's half-morocco hast helmet with plume high-heeled shoes HISTORY OF FRANCE Hunc Huncamunca illustrated IMPERIAL SCHOOL ATLAS J. E. Carpenter JOSEPH THOMAS kill'd Kills King Literary Gazette Madam majesty Merlin mighty Thumb Monthly Mag Nesbit Nood Palace phiz Plumante plume of feathers Price One Shilling princess PUBLISHED BY JOSEPH red cow ROBERT CRUIKSHANK royal satin dress SCENE seizing the dagger sword thank'd thine THOMAS'S BURLESQUE DRAMAS THOMAS'S IMPERIAL SCHOOL THOMAS'S LIBRARY ATLAS thy merit tis a day to-day Tommy Thumb TUNBRIDGE wherefore Wood-cuts
Page 13 - King. Petition me no petitions, sir, to-day; Let other hours be set apart for business. To-day it is our pleasure to be drunk ; And this our queen shall be as drunk as we.
Page 15 - Shorter than all her subject giants were. Glum. We yesterday were both a queen and wife, One hundred thousand giants own'd our sway, Twenty whereof were married to ourself. Queen. Oh ! happy state of giantism where husbands Like mushrooms grow, whilst hapless we are forced To be content, nay, happy thought, with one.
Page 12 - King. Let nothing but a Face of Joy appear; The Man who frowns this Day shall lose his Head, That he may have no Face to frown withal.
Page 34 - So when the child, whom nurse from danger guards, Sends Jack for mustard with a pack of cards, Kings, queens, and knaves, throw one another down, Till the whole pack lies scatter'd and o'erthrown ; So all our pack upon the floor is cast, And all I boast is— that I fall the last.
Page 22 - Advised by me, the worthless baby shun, Or you will ne'er be brought to bed of one. Oh take me to thy arms, and never flinch, Who am a man, by Jupiter ! every inch. 1 Then, while in joys together lost we lie, I'll press thy soul while gods stand wishing by.
Page 9 - Thumbe did live, A man of mickle might, The best of all the table round, And eke a doughty knight : His stature but an inch in height, Or quarter of a span ; Then thinke you not this little knight, Was prov'da valiant man ? His father was a plow-man plaine, His mother milkt the cow, i But yet the way to get a sonne
Page 12 - That you may say, Their majesties may boast of it; And since it never can come more, 'Tis fit they make the most of it.
Page 14 - Tommy, Tommy Thumb ! what to thy prowess do we owe ? Ask some reward — great as we can bestow. TOM. I ask not kingdoms — I can conquer those ; 1 ask not money — money I've enough : If this be call'da debt, take my receipt in full, I ask but this, to sun myself in Huncamunca's eyes.