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U-Goo-Goo Zulu Lily would decide on neither one of her two suitorsGag-Jag, Jackal-Slayer the rejected, vows vengeanceWhen alone the rivals display annihilative looksGag-Jag lays the dead rivals out in stateSo Gag-Jag comforts U-Goo-GooOld Mother Hubbard / Went to the cupboard / To get her poor dog a bone; / But when she got there / The cupboard was bare / And so the poor dog got noneShe went to the baker's / To buy him some bread, / And when she came back / Her poor dog was deadShe went to the hatter's / To buy him a hat, / And when she came back / He was feeding the catShe went to the fruiterer's / To buy him some fruit, / And when she came back / He was playing the fluteShe went to the tailor's / To buy him a coat, / And when she came back / He was riding a goatShe went to the cobbler's / To buy him some shoes, / And when she came back / He was reading the newsShe went to the hosier's / To buy him some hose, / And when she came back / He was dressed in his clothesThe dame made a curtsey, / The dog made a bow; / The dame said, 'Your servant,' / The dog said 'Bow, wow'There was an Old Woman who lived in a ShoeShe had so many children she didn't know what to doShe gave them some BrothWithout any BreadShe whipped them all ...... Well ...And put them ...To BedPhyllis and her Two LoversShe Loses her BonnetHer Two Admirers Leap into the Stream to Recover itThey Fail to Catch it, and a Cow Appears with the Bonnet on her HornA Youth to the RescueThe Bonnet RecoveredThe Bonnet RestoredPhyllis Walks off with the Youth, Leaving her Old Lovers QuarrellingThe Darlings at HomeThe Organ GrinderThe Flight into EgyptThe ElephantThe ElephantThe Sea-LionThe SealMr Darling in the KennelHome againMr Brown and his wife are awakened by a mouseMr Brown and his wife are awakened by a mouseThey both start in pursuitThey both start in pursuitWhen the mouse runs into Mr Brown's nightcapWhen the mouse runs into Mr Brown's nightcapGot him now said BrownGot him now said BrownNot quite said the mouseNot quite said the mouseHold on a minute said Mrs BrownHold on a minute said Mrs BrownThere now did you everThere now did you everIn the end mousie wishes them good nightIn the end mousie wishes them good nightTom Thumb's Mother and the MagicianJohn Gilpin was a citizenThe morning came, the chaise was broughtNow Mistress Gilpin (careful soul!)His horse at last stood stillRobin wins the Prize at NottinghamAllen a Dale's WeddingRobin and Queen EleanorSo three doors off the chaise was stay'd, / Where they did all get in; / [...]And thus unto the youth she said, / That drove them to the Bell, / [...]The Massacre of the Innocents (L. Coghiet)The Woman with an Issue of Blood touching the Hem of Christ's GarmentEllen TerryStatue of DianaRobin Hood's BayWhitby, East Cliff and Old TownCrossing the Mer de GlacePresentation of Address to Lord DufferinLord and Lady Dufferin's ReceptionWelcome to Palace and Reception by Ladies (Two in one)Ladies going to Afternoon Tea. Reception of the Viceroy (Two in one)Behind the Scenes, Burmese Pas Seul. (Two in one)'What, Tom!' says I, 'afraid to drink?''Take that and die,' said Ned'Take that and die,' said Ned'Take that and die,' said Ned(Effect) He thought about his youthful days(Effect) He thought about his youthful daysDear William! love me once againDear William! love me once againDear William! love me once againOh, when was Sabbath eve like this?Oh, when was Sabbath eve like this?The Cat's FootThe cracked DishA vile and filthy alleyA vile and filthy alleyA drunken father's curses, and a drunken mother's blowsA drunken father's curses, and a drunken mother's blowsI can see them there with JesusHe told me that the pretty name was RoseHe told me that the pretty name was RoseThe Rose fell at Nelly's feetThe Rose fell at Nelly's feetHagar and Ishmael in the DesertHagar and Ishmael in the Desert, Angel effectMoses striking the RockA common Incident of Blighted LifeGiles Johnson as he isInvitationThey fought the dogsRouse up, Sirs, give your brains a rackingAnd out of the house the rats came tumblingAnd folks who put me in a passionFriend Grimshaw cannot eat his dinner from toothacheHe tries the hot stoveHe tries the hot stoveHe returns and eats a hearty meal with his better halfHe returns and eats a hearty meal with his better halfThe night has grown colder, and Benny is worseThe night has grown colder, and Benny is worseIntroductionDeparture of Mrs SmallpieceReturn of Mrs SmallpieceAnd she'd leapt on the line and saved him just as the mail dashed thro'And she'd leapt on the line and saved him just as the mail dashed thro'Who's getting married this morning?They were sweethearts trothed and plightedHe struck his fist on the tableEve came, red-eyed, and told him'Lean over and kiss me, Jack'He told us his noble storyThree cheers for the faithful Eve!Oh! the snow, the beautiful snowOh! the snow, the beautiful snowThe Village ChoirA gallant guardsman, on guardA gallant guardsman, on guardOff guard, ah! ah!Off guard, ah! ah!The Sermon on the MountFeeding of the multitude in the desertDives and LazarusJesus carrying the crossThe vision of PeterPaul and Barnabas at LystraPaul's farewell to the elders of EphesusYou have sailed your Yacht in the SummerYou have sailed your Yacht in the SummerYou have sailed your Yacht in the SummerUp at a Lighthouse WindowUp at a Lighthouse WindowInto the Sea they went!Into the Sea they went!'Come back!' said the three strong Soldiers'Come back!' said the three strong SoldiersThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThey caught and saved a Brother aliveThere came into his eyes a dreamy expressionDick Marries the Merchant's only DaughterRed Riding Hood's new CloakJack and his Mother -- grief at parting with the CowJack finds the beans grown to a very large treeJack finds a beautiful Fairy at the top of the treeJack chops the Beanstalk and the Giant is killed with the fallQueen AlexandraQueen AlexandraQueen AlexandraQueen AlexandraLangtry, MrsPatti, AdelinaGroup of Cashmere Boatmen and WomenStory of RuthRuth gleaningNoticed by BoazReceives the Measure of BarleyNaomi nurses Ruth's SonSunday morning, Getting ready for ChapelThey watched with Christian love beside the bedThey watched with Christian love beside the bedThe blood-stained coatThe blood-stained coat'See what saved my life,' he said'See what saved my life,' he said'What! Hubert?' cried the old man'What! Hubert?' cried the old man'I am very sorry to tell you, Mrs Terriss,' said the policemanCyclists and DrinkOn the Cricket-fieldThe Fairy Horse and its RidersThe Second Expedition to the Soudan. Gordon's DepartureThe Second Expedition to the Soudan. Gordon's DepartureBrown, walking out with Mrs. B., notices how nicely some cyclists get over the groundAnd then within her loving, fond embrace, she suffered him to slobber o'er her faceAnd then and there within her glass was shown, a face she hardly felt could be her ownShe thrashed him so, he could not help but keep in everlasting horror of a sweepThe lady and her little boy suddenly see a horse and his rider coming towards themThe boy pulls at her dress to drag her in the opposite directionThe dress gives way, the boy still pulling in one direction and the lady in the oppositeGiving her a leg upNearly overIn leading stringsPreliminary canterTwig makes it livelyClearing the hedgePursuit was hopelessThe empty saddleThe SerpentThe TemptationThe FallAdam and Eve driven out of EdenThe Flight into EgyptThey banter, and jeer, and howl, and vomitLodged behind a lamp postThey were coming in thick and threefoldNext moment, death's presence stood by himAnd laugh'd o'er corpse where it layOn his breast, crown'd with smiles she was leaningTill the dawn, looking in on that night's workAnd they dragged him away to the cell'She's from the country,' muttered John JacksonA woman bending beneath the weight of a load of coarse sacksLady GladstoneH.M. Queen Victoria in 1837H.M. Queen VictoriaFire damp is the cry that brings terror to the miner braveFire damp is the cry that brings terror to the miner braveIt was Christmas Eve. Snow had been falling all dayIt was Christmas Eve. Snow had been falling all dayWhile there the farmer helpless lies, and brings his dame up with his cries'This looks very suspicious your honour,' said the policemanThe squire spoke very gravely, looking at me the whole of the timeFor his bride a soldier sought herThere I saw the miller's daughterThere a corpse lay sheMy life was darkened by sorrow, a cloud of doubt and careSo, weary, at the threshold of the ancient sacred fane(Effect) 'I am the Light of the world'I entered the Abbey's portals: to me the hopeful strain(Effect) 'I am the Light of the world'There in the midst, an ocean waifThere in the midst, an ocean waifSee! as she rolls and dips to meet each waveSee! as she rolls and dips to meet each waveListen! 'tis her child softly singing in her sleepListen! 'tis her child softly singing in her sleepThe morn rose clear -- no sign of storm or galeThe morn rose clear -- no sign of storm or galeThey brought the child and mother in safety from the raftThey brought the child and mother in safety from the raftHer uncle presents her with a BicycleHer uncle presents her with a BicycleShe could dream of nothing else but her new BicycleShe could dream of nothing else but her new BicycleShe soon came in sight of the champion club racersShe soon came in sight of the champion club racersPassed them and left them in the rear with easeShe ran clean over a bullock which happened to be in her wayShe ran clean over a bullock which happened to be in her wayRunning over a footbridge she scattered the fishing party in all directionsRunning over a footbridge she scattered the fishing party in all directionsA timber waggon blocked the way, but she cleared the lotA timber waggon blocked the way, but she cleared the lotShe ascended a mighty steep, a feat never before attemptedAnd descended fearful inclines with the greatest equanimityAnd descended fearful inclines with the greatest equanimityFinding the bridge broken she leaped the fearful chasmFinding the bridge broken she leaped the fearful chasmShe receives a glorious welcome on her return homeShe receives a glorious welcome on her return homeBut on her maid awakening her in the morning finds she has been dreaming it allBut on her maid awakening her in the morning finds she has been dreaming it allThey chat together on the times and things in generalShe was walking in the gardenIt was her only bar to joyousnessOh! please to raise the screenAll happy then as nowI'm sure I'm saying yesMy sister, oh! my darlingI should like to be a brideIn an unknown, lofty chamberA romping, childish throngThe others, where are they?Drop the curtain now, she pleadedFor the sleeper was his motherNot a friend seemed missing thereEvery angel face she knewI wish I had not asked to look within the veilReceiving daily allowance of CodfishThe largest Relief Station in HavanaThe Spanish Royal FamilyAn angel in all but name is sheHeroes have fought for the laurels of fameIn every heart she has fashioned her throne'Mid scenes of shade and sorrowShe launches each life on the sea of timeAs Queen of the earth she reigneth aloneEver of thee I'm fondly dreaming, thy gentle voice my spirit can cheerAh! never till life and memory perish can I forget how dear thou art to meEver to thee when sad and lonely, wandering afar my soul loved to dwellTrue as the stars has my love bee to theeTrue as the stars has my love bee to theeFor an angel had come on silent wingAnd a wailing and a rushing to the pit'I'm now under orders, my darling, I'm going away to the war''Let us go just across the meadows, where first we made love -- you and I''Be a true soldier's wife, bonnie darling, for the fondest of hearts must part''You'll keep a bright home for me, darling, and a place in your bosom for me''Be a true soldier's wife, bonnie darling, for the fondest of hearts must part'The nurse absorbed in a love storyA tramp arrives on the sceneThe tramp decides he will have the seat for himselfHe quietly persuades the child to move awayThe tramp seats himself carefully close to the nurseThe nurse, still absorbed in the book, feels for the childAnd finds the dirty tramp insteadHe was Two Whole Months in HospitalUniversity Boat RaceWorking in Linen FactoryHindoo labourersAn Election at Covent Garden -- Olden TimeH.I.M. the QueenChorus, with borderChorus, with borderThe Baron's wife turned to her daughterGiving him a shake down in a small room'So you be all alone in the world'Dick had been foremost of them allI'm so very much obliged to youGive her that paperYou know the young lady too, I suppose?I always read a chapter first thingOh, but you should apply to Mr StannardSee, he's asleep -- or is something the matterHave you been long on the trampShe carried a rug over her armWell, nursie, how is he to-day?He was sensible enough to know he was illYou see dearie, pursued Nurse LovejoyIt seems too good to be trueA row of neat poultry housesWait for me at heaven's gate, sweet Belle MahoneSweet Belle Mahone, sweet Belle MahoneSweet Belle MahoneHe went up and snugged at the boy, who drew backOh, where, tell me, where is your Highland laddie gone?He's gone with streaming banners where noble deeds are doneOh, where, tell me, where did your Highland laddie dwell?He dwelt in bonnie Scotland where blooms the sweet blue-bellOh, what, tell me, what should your Highland lad be slain?Oh, no! true love will be his guard and bring him home againWashing Day'Cricket! I'll cricket 'em'They squabbles and argufies acrorse the tible at mealsI was standing by the side'I'm glad yer've come, guv'ner''It was like Lord's' he went onThe drunkard's BibleThe worn thimbleBuilding a house with a tea-cupThe two friendsIt's only a dropDigging a grave with a wine glassThe sweep timidly takes a kiss from NannyTo his horror he sees the miller on more intimate terms than himselfThey fall into the box at the bottomNanny and Fanny sit upon the box in triumphThe tables are completely turnedThe confusion that results from not knowing whom you loveThey make it up, and love each other two and twoI knelt by her side and prayedShe knew she was sinkin' quickly -- she knew her end was nighI sat and watched her dying, holding her wasted handWhen the door of the room burst open, and my mates were there'You've never refused to go, John; you'll put these cowards right''I can't go, mate,' I murmured, 'in an hour she may be dead'She whispered, 'Go, and God's will be done!'I thought it must be a vision as my weak eyes gazed uponHe'd knelt by his mother's bed, and the sudden joy had saved herMy old eyes woke from darkness to look on my son and wifeHave fought for the fadeless laurels of fameBeaumaris Church by day'Tis pleasant to meet one's friendsThe best of friends must part'Barmaid! fill me a brimming glass, the best of your bright and sparkling ale''If you havn't the money,' she saucily said, 'then water is good enough, quite for you?'The policeman turned his lantern upon her faceMrs Tuttlebury heard him, and came to let him out'We've been sleeping with the front door unlatched'She looked up and feigned alarmDown from the window she looked upon them unobservedNothing daunted, the millstone she held readyCame the millstone crashing over, crushing him quite flatAttached the feather to the roller and watched for the resultHe turned into a spiral form more curious than pleasantHe found the treasure, also the trapDown went the lid and caught his headHe saw Miss Mabel standing at the door of the carriageHe sat close to one of the windows, looking out'I should like you to carry this little boy to the lodge'One of the sweetheart, he left in town, happy and young and gayOne knew the joy of a mother's love, one of a sweetheart fairOne for his mother so old and greyOne for his love in townThen came the news from a comrade's lips, one who'd survived the fightSweetheart and mother were listening there, oh, what a pitiful sightTwo hearts nigh broken, two noble lives lost, fighting, defending the Crown'Now ma'am, here's a beauty for you'The turkey went off, and they all got a riseTho' my heart is sore, I'm bound to leave youTho' your heart be weary, do not sighThe lass with joy sees her own dear boyWhen the day is done and twilight's fallingHear the pipers calling; see, the boys are falling into lineWear the ribbon that I gave youI'll kiss your tears awayAh-ah-Ha-chooKerch-o-o-oIn a little house on the edge of a forest, lived an old woman'Mother,' he said, 'the civil war has broken out'She met him at the cottage door, and saw that something was wrongTom bent over his unconscious mother'May His divine word be a lamp to your feet'The few days were spent by the widow and her son in seclusion'You must keep this flower in the Bible in remembrance of me''You must keep the good book close to your heart, Tom'The old woman was in tears, and the deacon's son spoke gently to herThe bitter partings are over, the train speeds away'May the Lord comfort you and bless your noble-hearted brother'(Effect) He sees his old mother sitting in her cottage aloneHe fancied he could see his home and his mother looking for her soldier laddieHe limped along by his mother's side supported by the DeaconTom was happy in his village homeOn came the hounds and huntsmen all, / And shrill the blast they blewOn came the hounds and huntsmen all, / And shrill the blast they blewThe Body of Jesus taken down (Fellowes-Prynne)Portrait of Queen, and National AnthemGrizzly Giant'Can I go, mother? Mother, mayn't I go?''Isn't it grand, mother? isn't it fine?'Mr Noble was not 'drunk,' yet far from sober'Joining a Band of Hope, aye; but I'll put a stop to it'Tommy tenderly picked up his pledge cardMrs Noble went about her work in a much happier spirit'Well, Tommy, what did you hear?' asked his father'O, God, bless my father and take away all his sins''I made so sure of victory'Some of the great army of flower sellersSome of the great army of flower sellersTheir home was a very happy oneTheir home was a very happy oneJessie had drawn close to the windowJessie had drawn close to the windowStephen slipped his arm around herStephen slipped his arm around herStephen insisted on her lying downStephen insisted on her lying downThe doctor attended JessieThe doctor attended JessieJessie lay propped up on her pillowsJessie lay propped up on her pillowsA kind-hearted old womanIntroduction'Miss Clarke,' said the managerAs she crossed the river'Yes, you can come in and see her''But, Ethel, I have so wanted to see you'The girl's feet kept time to the hymnShe soon had a bright fire burningThe new comer looked haggard and dazedHe fell heavily to the floor'It's all right, old fellow'As Jack finished repeating this story'What is to be done?' said JackA tearful, though gentle-voiced, Mrs RandallThe door opened, and he walked in'And now I want to tell you a secret''Oh, so different from dear, dirty old London''Will you take the chances my boy refuses?''And we want you too, my dear'Ethel had gone into the garden'So you were my unseen singer?'Royal Visit to the Hospital Ship 'Princess of Wales'Smiling and playing cheerfulShe had such a sweet old faceA man jumped up and seized herSo they crouched in silence'Surely some friend will help ye''I'll lend 'ee half-a-crown'She let him sleep on the floorA man ran down a ladderHe woke in an hospital bedAnd he gave her the half-crown backAnd a shawl -- a lovely plaidVerse 2: God be with you will we meet again!A policeman pulled the masks from their facesI fought for his old grandmother, and I'd fight again for him and dieI fought for his old grandmother, and I'd fight again for him and dieA policeman put her in the right busThe tender limb'd and timid boyThe husband sees the harbourThe father thinks the stormy voyage o'erHe wakes to tread for hoursI met Miss Trotalong on the front, and couldn't think why she looked so scared when I raised my hat to her. [...]When she turned and fled. 'Hi, half-a-mo, Miss Trotalong,' I said, 'It's me, Charlie Chump.' [...]We want you, you onlySomebody's heart beats trueDown in Devonshire a shepherdess with her little crookManner the demurest met a touristLittle shepherdess of Devon, I'll be in seventh heavenI'm so full of admiration, I would change my occupationWith a modest blush the maid said 'Nay'You're the prematurest kind of tourist I've ever metI'm so full of admirationSaid the tourist, 'I'll have yea or nay'The bold intruder wooed and wooed herLittle shepherdess of DevonI'm so full of admirationYes, I'd even be a shepherdTwo little lips for kisses sweet, tiny hands and weeny feetA wealth of love is a baby[...] all mankind [...]He gave the landlady a shillingOne of the nurses came towards himOld Roasty told the nurse his troublesOld Roasty owns a little eating-houseAn old Woman entices BobThe mother and her little boys trudged wearily alongHouseless and homeless they passed the familiar streetHe escorted her home from businessHe returned home intoxicatedOrdered to take home the washingOrdered to take home the washingNed's Sister at workRuth looking out for her BrotherRuth in distress, no Brother's returnRuth sits up with NedMrs Hardy sits up with NedNed's return to consciousnessA bold sip in the open streetShe carried the largest jugThe jug under the shawlI was on at the Box down yonderI was on at the Box down yonderI was on at the Box down yonderI kissed our Sleeping ChildI kissed our Sleeping ChildI kissed our Sleeping ChildThat voice, Oh, merciful Heaven! 'tis the Child'sThat voice, Oh, merciful Heaven! 'tis the Child'sThat voice, Oh, merciful Heaven! 'tis the Child'sThat voice, Oh, merciful Heaven! 'tis the Child'sShe leapt on the line and saved himShe leapt on the line and saved himMany happy returns of the dayThe Origin of the Christmas Tree, our Teutonic forefathers' YuletideHis first time under the Mistletoe. A Puritan practical jokeAn old Coaching Christmas, 'She's through'Going down to dinner on a Christmas DaySnapdragon at a Christmas partyEntry of Santa Claus at a Christmas partyThe Old and the New Year's Children. A pageant of the monthsChristmas at the Lych GateToboganning in CanadaSanta Claus at Oberammergau in BavariaThe Mistletoe Bough. A prehistoric idyllThe Christmas-box. A prehistoric Christmas TurkeyOld CottagesThe Horn of PlentyA Drunken WomanThe Captain's Wife and ChildHorn of Plenty -- The victim of drink habit is brought to beggaryCottage Bedside at OsborneThe Miller's DaughterThe Haunt of the Kingfisher'There's Tom, and he's got a girl in that box''I knew there was, I'll get a broom''O! I'll give her what for!''Good evening, lassie!'The Gin PalaceThe suicideThe suicideThe murderThe murderTurned outTurned outUproariousCared forAn unhappy homeThe drunkard deadSeven a.m.The Guard had been 'tipped' to look after meWe all got out of the Coach and started for the HouseMr Williams led the way to the CottageI undressed a little, took down my hairA man crept slowly out from under my bedWalked to the table opposite my doorMy hair had turned quite whiteOh! Baby, it is Washing DayOh! Baby, it is Washing DayThe Baby sucks the little BagNow home she carries him, all wetMiss Popps and FloppyMiss Popps and FloppyMiss Popps and FloppyFloppy's weaknessTheir slumbersTheir slumbersTheir slumbersThe siegeThe siegeThe attackThe attackThe defeatThe defeatThe retreatThe retreatToo lateToo lateShe buys his skinShe buys his skinPoor Pa speaks to CeciliaPoor Pa mentions the matter to SophroniaPoor Pa calls Ma's attention to themCecilia cuts themSophronia amputates themMa shortens themAt the castle once moreWe will find outAt workFine clothesA Group of Everyday HeroesThe FiremenOur Doctors -- aye, and Nurses, tooSinging of a heavenly lightOut they came and homeward wended[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]The contented babyBaby cheers up againBut pulls the water can over himThe wasp alone with the sugarThe baby's mother appears on the sceneThe baby is all right againThey were carrying out a womanRoom in which frozen bodies are keptTrying to restore animation in womanTrying to restore animation in womanMother and son restored in the monasteryMother and son restored in the monasteryMother and son restored in the monasteryReturn to ShoreThe crab laid hold of her fingerThe crab laid hold of her fingerTreads on the toes of his hostUpsets books in the library and spills the ink, wiping it up with his pocket handkerchiefSpills his soup into his lap and scalds himselfDrops the hot pudding out of his mouthTakes some brandy in mistake for wine, and squirts it out of his mouth and nose over the table and companyWipes his face with inky pocket handkerchief, upsets the gravity of the company, and decamps'If Heaven a draught of heav’nly pleasure spare, / Or a cordial in this melancholy vale,The cheerfu’ supper done, wi’ serious face, / They, round the ingle, form a circle wideSpandau. Potsdamer Strasse und NicolaikircheSpandau. Potsdamer Strasse und Nicolaikirche[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]DesertedThe RefugeThe RefugeVision of the PastVision of the PastVision of the PresentVision of the PresentVision of the FutureLittle Boy's AppealAdriftAdriftThe New HomeThe New HomeJoy's AlarmDick's Accident'Man Proposes''God Disposes''Joy'Poking his own FireAsks his eldest daughter to alter them, but she cannot leave the pianoAsks his eldest daughter to alter them, but she cannot leave the pianoHis second daughter cannot leave her essay on Rational DressHis second daughter cannot leave her essay on Rational DressHis wife cannot leave off reading an important debate on the Women's Suffrage questionHis wife cannot leave off reading an important debate on the Women's Suffrage questionCecilia relents and leaves the piano, and cuts a piece off the legsCecilia relents and leaves the piano, and cuts a piece off the legsSophronia, having completed her essay, does the sameSophronia, having completed her essay, does the sameMa, after three hours' reading, remembers his requestMa, after three hours' reading, remembers his requestShe has taken her darling son to the Court PhotographerNorman is making his best society bowNorman is handed back to his mammaMother praying at homeAt prayerJoseph's coat shown to JacobThe 'Little Maid'Christ and the Children[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Sir Roger de Coverley going to ChurchBenedictine Monk and NunBenedictine Monk and Nun'Simply to Thy Cross I cling' (Tissot)The Brindisi ExpressThe Brindisi Express[Slide title unknown]There lived a merchant who had three daughtersThe merchant found food and wineShe went to the palaceThe bear was greatly smittenAt last she quite pitied himNews came that her father was seriously illIn a few days her father got betterShe found that the bear was indeed very illIn his place appeared a lovely Prince[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Mr and Mrs GilpinHappy harmonyHappy harmonyThe chaiseThe customersThe customersThis is the Maiden all forlornThis is the Man all tattered and tornThis is the Cock that crowed at Morn[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Skating -- 'Outside Edge Backwards'Healing of the Canaanite WomanChrist the Comforter (Copping)The Adoration of the Wise Men (Edelfeld)Augustine before EthelbertThe King's Visit to Berlin -- Arrival at Brandenburg GateThe Kings Visit to Berlin -- The King and Kaiser en route to PalaceMiss Daisy Brocklebank accompanied by the Bridesmaids drive the newly married couple to the StationScene in Hyde ParkOld English Sheep Dog Club Show -- Miss J.E. Edwardes and 'Champion Rough Rider'Gave them each a slice of breadThe ghost story. An exciting moment --The ghost story. Arrived[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]It's a splendid machineHang these kerbstonesJohn, the police have him. Mind your new hat![Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Mrs J. Passmore L.R.A.M.Sighting a PrizeA Forlorn HopeGetting a BiteNow we're happyResurrection 'He is Risen'[Stage coach making refreshment stop at inn]Buffalo. Saving BankPrincess Henrietta by Lely, in Exeter GuildhallElephant on RoadsideTheir Majesties' Reception at Temple Bar by the Lord Mayor on their way to the Thanksgiving Service at St Paul'sKerewa womanGoiefu womenMt. Blanc from Col de l'HerbeletUriankhai and TepeeUriankhai woman with young reindeerA Charkhan of RankWoman of Khalka TribeIntroductory SlideI'm 'ad no sleep, no not a winkAnd can't get on wi'hout my stick --These 'ere last coals are full o' dustAnd get a post card arter allAnd this 'ere bread's as 'ard as stoneI do believe there's Mrs TateThem clouds mean rain 'fore long I doubtOh here it is as usual weakLook out! That's drippin' on the matI'm sure these matches can't be dryThese okkerd stairs -- how many flightsThis counterpane looks like a sackOh de--!I'm very old and nearly blindYes, as you say, my rooms are bareI've got a herrin' on the dishAnd lays a baskin' in the sun --The Blessed Word how full o' lightJust look at my nice pretty flowersHow good it is o' folks to sendOh! here's the man as comes for rentPer'aps she'd like a call from meThese poor old boots 'll last a bitSo then I looks him in the faceI've got a pain in my poor 'edHindoo WidowThe Gambler's homeThe Gambler's homeAngel. Awake!Use and abuseBe readyLost in the fogChrist mocked in the 20th Century'Rejected'Accepted'Yes' or 'No''Yes' or 'No'To the outcastTo the outcastIn His StepsLa gardienne du [...][Portrait of a woman][Woman, tomb, dogs and cat][Woman, pig, chicken, dogs and cat]Old Market Place, Warrington[Group of people with camel and donkey, Pyramids of Giza in background]Introduction -- the House that Jack builtThis is the Maiden all forlorn that milked the CowThis is the Man all tattered and tornThis is the Priest all shaven and shornCrucifixion (Dietrich)[Slide title unknown]The Woman of SamariaMoscow -- PolicewomanAunt Matilda Tabitha shall feed youThere was a crooked manPolly put the kettle on[Nurse standing in hallway of Alderley Park][Three nurses standing in hallway of Alderley Park][Nurse standing in hallway of Alderley Park][Two nurses standing in gardens of Alderley Park][Nurse playing with dog in gardens of Alderley Park][Nurse and wounded soldier in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Nurse and two wounded soldiers in room used as hospital ward, Alderley Park][Group of nurses and wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Nurse and group of wounded soldiers, Alderley Park][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Neglected bargainsNone but Christ can save herMayingGranny's PetA Precarious FootingA Punch and Judy showRescue from Burning Buildings'Be ye therefore perfect' (Dubufe)Mr A's reason for tipplingThe SerpentineIce CleanersSweeping the Ice'A Helping Hand''Skates On'The RoundpondShadow of the CrossHoly family at NazarethThy choicest gifts in store / On him be pleased to pour;God save our gracious Queen, / Long live our noble Queen,May she defend our laws, / And ever give us cause,Sowing the seed of a lingering pain, / Sowing the seed of a maddened brain,Jeanne d'Arc à DomremyJeanne d'Arc ecoutant les voixJeanne d'Arc au Sacre de Charles VIIJeanne d'Arc dans sa prisonJeanne d'Arc sur le bûcher[Man preaching or lecturing to group of people outside building][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]
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