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Image from page 90 of "Harper's young people" (1879)

Identifier: harpersyoungpeop00newy1883

Title: Harper's young people

Year: 1879 (1870s)


Subjects: Children's periodicals, American

Publisher: New York : Harper & Bros.

Contributing Library: New York Public Library

Digitizing Sponsor: MSN



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hey met a JVcr/ro who saidhe thought Xniituckel (Nan took it), men-tioning a colored woman. No. 2. Elephant. Hippopotamus. Zebra. Whale.Rabbit. No. 3. .Carp-et. Her-ring. Ten-ch. S-had. No. 4. T> omet T O nych AY erd IE ineri L No. 5. A A TA M 0ATOM B C BE CO BAA CAP BEAK COPE Correct answers to puzzles have been receivedfrom Alf Kaufman, Nannie Hull, Jessie P.. FrankP. Bowen, Alice Wade. Jennie R., Willie Young, W. II. Eat, Bessie and Blanche Niven. CharlesH. Weigle. O. Hecker, Robin Dyke, Helen W. Gard-ner. Frank Martin. Lottie Lee. John Oassidy,Archie D.. Donald Me Adam. Elsie Y.. A. T. L.. Ar-tie. Fan and May. John Dnerk. Grade Darby. Bes-sie E. H. Humbert, Goo. Logist. Mary B.. DaisyDouglass. Alice J. Benson. Edward Harding. Ar-thur X. Brouirhton. P. Herbert Greena.walt. JohnMorris. Dorville S. Coe. Amaranth. Lucy Pease,Huirh Granger, Sammy Arnold, Daisy Dimple,Lewis Stout, and Folsom R. Jennings. [For Ef changes, see second page of cover. \ 80 HAEPEES YOUNG PEOPLE. VOLUME IV.


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A WHIPPING TOP. A WISE HORSE. HORSES and dogs are possessed of sagacity. By this wemean something higher than mere instinct—somethingwhich in human beings we would call reason. For instance, aman was one night riding homeward through a gloomy wood.He had been paying a visit to a friend, whose house was a milebehind him, when he struck his head against a projecting branch,and was thrown to the ground. There he lay insensible. The horse stood still a moment, probably to consider—at leastso we suppose, for he at once returned to the house his masterand himself had left. The door was shut, and the family hadgone to bed. But, the horse pawed at the door until somebodycame and opened it. No sooner did this person appear than theanimal turned round and led the way, contented when he sawthat he was followed, to the place where his fainting masterlay beneath the trees. THE PAPER WHEEL. THIS is a curious little toy that a boy might amuse himselfby fashioning in a leisure hour. Some thin car



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