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Animal (land) – dog

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Hey-diddle-diddle, the Cat and the FiddleTom, Tom, the Piper's SonOld 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'Red Riding Hood and her Dog TinyDinner TimeThe Dog and his ShadowThe Darlings at HomeThe Red Cross DogMr Darling in the KennelHome againSir Robert PincherSir Robert PincherTearem Pincher, Esq.Tearem Pincher, Esq.Miss PincherMiss PincherProfessor Stephenson Watt GrowlerProfessor Stephenson Watt GrowlerAdmiral Morant and Lord Charles BeresfordA Kangaroo HuntThis is the malt that lay in the houseThis is the malt that lay in the houseThis is the dog that worried the catThis is the cow with the crumpled horn, that tossed the dogThis is the man all tattered and torn, that kissed the maidenThe Dog in the MangerSo three doors off the chaise was stay'd, / Where they did all get in; / [...]MastiffCollieTwo DeerhoundsDachshundRetriever DrinkingNorth Holland dog cartGiles Johnson as he isThey fought the dogsHe held out a bit of bread, and the dog snatched at itHow the Second Quarrel beganGossipDriving home, lost in reflectionThe Farmer at supperBetsy softenedBurning the DocumentRed Riding Hood's new CloakRed Riding Hood and her dog TinyRed Riding Hood and her dog TinyRed Riding Hood talking to the WolfRed Riding Hood talking to the WolfMother Hubbard and her DogThe poor Dog was deadHe was playing the FluteThe Dame made a Curtsey and the Dog made a BowAnd so he came with muzzle black as soot, creeping behind and bit the fellow's footTo be revenged was now poor sooty's aim, but pug -- as if he knew his little gameAnd then in memory of the damaged foot, his nose was thrust deep in the bowl of sootWhen Mr Pug at last got his release, for some long time he could do nought but sneezeAnd then within her loving, fond embrace, she suffered him to slobber o'er her faceShe thrashed him so, he could not help but keep in everlasting horror of a sweepIntroduction, with title'Ho! ho! he bellowed out at last, I've got you now, my lad, quite fast'Now watch him, Pincher, keep him there, and I will to the house repair'The boy, to make the dog afraid, began an apple cannonadeThe farmer reached the guarded tree, with face brimful of spiteful gleeAnd up and down the limb he worked, and now and then the rope he jerkedThe farmer's most substantial weight seemed to have sealed the bulldog's fateWhile there the farmer helpless lies, and brings his dame up with his criesShe receives a glorious welcome on her return homeShe receives a glorious welcome on her return home'Suggen,' Johansen's last DogDogs as Direct Taxpayers'Now, just watch me -- the great and only''Stop that growling! Take that --  and that!''Oh, ha, ha, ha! He, He, he!''Look at that, will you? Get out!''Get away from there! Get out!'-- -- -- -- --A famous ReaderThe Mad DogIntroduction, 'Dick Whistler's Tramp'Why shouldn't you and I try for this?One pound four and twopenceYou and I, Toby, begin a new lifeAnd presently stopped at a coffee stallNext moment he was beside the farmerThe hunt began in good earnestHe had now begun his tramp in earnestPicked up a bright half sovereignSo Dick waited in vainHe marched boldly up to the doorAnd kneeling down in the grassPresently Dick sat down for a restHe felt rather lonelyThey were now in a sort of woodland glenHe went up and snugged at the boy, who drew backWillie fell asleep on the rug, with his arm round the dogThe boy was sitting on a low seat before the fireThe boy was sitting on a low seat before the fireLet's pump the tyre -- Ha! a mad dogHere, good dog -- Ha! you bruteThe barber and his dog welcome a fresh customerThe dog waits patiently during the first operation of latheringThe razor is produced and sharpenedAn illustration of its powers which the dog thinks a needless delayThe barber receives a gentle caution to proceed with careThis is how he takes careThe dog enjoys the positionThe barber gets the customer to sit again. To avoid a worse misfortune he keeps back the nose with his thumbHis thumb accidentally slips, and tip of his nose is removedThe dog enjoys the morsel under the tableThe barber does his best to repair the mischiefOne of the boys is brought out by a dog, whose master happens to arrive at the spotThe dog refuses to enter the filthy pond a second timeWhile Fritz is thinking how much will come to his share, his little dog steals it and runs in. They all give chaseThey continue the search. The dog having in meantime eaten the sausage, has a quiet laugh behind the doorA little further on is a hunter with his dog at his heelsHe and his dog tumble into the lap of the schoolmasterJocko obliged to perform with dogsJocko obliged to perform with dogsA Bull Dog having strayed into the Studio, Mr Hypo decides to take his PortraitMr Hypo has a little difficulty in arranging the subjectHe instructs him to sit quite still and look as pleasant as possibleMr Hypo proceeds to focus. Ponto does not understand the arrangementPonto changes his position. Mr Hypo also movesPonto master of the situation. N.B. -- Mr Hypo does not now photograph dogs'Tis pleasant to meet one's friendsThe best of friends must partI started up and looked around, and my little dog gave an extraordinary howlThe swell and his dogHe fastens the dog to the back of the chairThe dog is interested in something at a distanceHe discovers it to be a catAnd becomes quite excitedHe gets ready for a springHe springs!!An artist and musician live with only a wall and a grudge between themAn artist and musician live with only a wall and a grudge between themThe musician generally contrives to practise at the same time as his neighbourThe musician generally contrives to practise at the same time as his neighbourWho is almost distracted by the abominable noiseWho is almost distracted by the abominable noiseHe buries his head under the bedclothes until it is overHe buries his head under the bedclothes until it is overThe artist resumes workThe artist resumes workLife suddenly starts into his pictureLife suddenly starts into his pictureA pitched battle follows, in which the dog plays a noble partA pitched battle follows, in which the dog plays a noble partThe artist empties a bottle of varnish over his assailantThe artist empties a bottle of varnish over his assailantWho returns as quickly as he cameA picturesque and profitable terminationThe Dog offers a Determined ResistanceTray pays a Thievish Visit to the KitchenMr Lovechase is Compelled to InterfereThey enter a Cottage for RefreshmentTray has Hostile Intentions towards the CatMr Lovechase meets an Unexpected EnemyCommencement of the HuntTray hunts a Fox in a Peculiar MannerMr Lovechase Encounters an Unexpected OppositionMr Lovechase falls into a DitchTragical end of the Celebrated Dog TrayThe old grey mare was trotted out / And rubbed down with strawThe old grey mare was trotted out / And rubbed down with strawAt length, as from an ugly dream, / She woke with sudden snortWith one light bound she cleared the leap, / Nor brushed it with her legsWith one light bound she cleared the leap, / Nor brushed it with her legsA famous swimmer was the mare, / How well she plied her legsA famous swimmer was the mare, / How well she plied her legsIt mattered little to the mare, / She hadn't time to waitRegardful of my due, a pad / Content am I to claimRegardful of my due, a pad / Content am I to claimDog gets pig by earIn rushed Miss Fay's dogYou're the prematurest kind of tourist I've ever met'Why not attempt a nice Cartoon / Of master's bull-dog, Jigmaroon?'The dog had sprung with all his might / Upon poor Will, unlucky wightA long pull and a pull altogetherOver they goThe pugs turn at the saucepanWhat a struggle to get outA Christmas WelcomeA successful member of the Goose ClubHighland Shepherd digging Sheep out of snowThe Mistletoe Bough. A prehistoric idyllThe Cottage of ContentCottage Bedside at OsborneD, Dromedary, who Dogs to Defy / determines to kick in the desert so dryH, for the House-dog who hunts off the tramp / he from the Hop-garden has to decampP, for the Poodle's Petition 'tis clear / Polly the parrot pretends not to hear'Cave Canem'The Baby sucks the little BagAn act of Petty LarcenyThe other Pup licked Baby's CheekThose roguish Robbers growl and biteThose roguish Robbers growl and biteOff flew the Dogs in dreadful fearOff flew the Dogs in dreadful fear'Ah, those confounded pigs in again''I'll give that black one a lesson this time''Never mind; I shall have him in that corner''Now then''Oh'--! --!! --!!! --Miss Popps and FloppyMiss Popps and FloppyMiss Popps and FloppyFloppy's weaknessTheir slumbersTheir slumbersTheir slumbersThe siegeThe siegeThe attackThe attackThe defeatThe defeatA prisonerA prisonerA victimA victimToo lateToo lateShe buys his skinShe buys his skinA memento of blighted affectionThe contented babyBaby is tumbled over and loses his sugarPuppy licks baby's faceThe puppies and the sugar bagBoth puppies and the wasp want the sugarThe wasp stings Rover's noseThe wasp alone with the sugarTitle and picture -- Dogs and Monks of St BernardMonks and dogs setting out at night on searchMonks and dogs setting out at night on searchDog discovers child and licks itDog discovers child and licks itChild on dog's back carried over the snowChild on dog's back carried over the snowArrival of dog with child at MonasteryMonks and dogs searching for travellerMonks and dogs searching for travellerMother and son restored in the monasteryMother and son restored in the monasteryMother and son restored in the monasteryThe dog pulled with all his mightOld Mother Hubbard / Went to the cupboard, / To get her poor dog a bone; / But when she came there, / The cupboard was bare, / And so the poor Dog had noneShe went to the baker's  / To buy him some bread, / But when she came back / The poor Dog looked deadShe went to the joiner's / To buy him a coffin, / But when she came back / The poor dog was laughingShe went to the fruiterer's / To buy him some fruit, / But when she came back / He was playing the fluteThis wonderful Dog / Was Dame Hubbard's delight; / He could sing, he could dance, / He could read, he could writeThe Dame made a curtsey, / The Dog made a bow; / The Dame said 'Your servant;' / The Dog said 'Bow-wow!'[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]'There's my stocking,' she said with a smile'Rover,' she cried, 'you rude dog, stay!''Quack,' quoth the duck, 'splash' was the fall[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Woodman talking to his son WilliamWilliiam with his dying fatherWilliam taken by his six brothers into the wood, and dog Caesar tied upHis dog follows him, and is mistaken for a wolfHis dog kills the wolfArrives at an old woman's cottageFinds the old woman is his grandmotherMissionary travelling in Dog SledgeScene at the StationScene at the StationAttempt to stop the TrainAttempt to stop the TrainGilpin frightenedWaterloo Cup -- Such a Sell in the final HeatManchester Dog Show 23 March '09 -- Judging the BulldogsLadies Kennel Association Dog Show at Botanical Gdns. -- Basset Hound winner of 1st PrizeRanelagh Hound Show -- Police Dogs shown by Major RichardsonUncle Rastus throws stone at mule and hits dog[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown]Hang these kerbstonesPull up, or I'll stop youStopped in the interests of law and order!Autumn, Ally Sloper out with the FoxhoundsDon't play tricks on a --Dog-fancierTwo dogs fight for a bone, and a third runs away with itBeware of the dog[Slide title unknown][Slide title unknown][Comical dogs wearing human clothes][Image of skull formed by children playing with dog]Admiral Morant and Captain Lord Charles Beresford[Stage coach making refreshment stop at inn]Performing DogsThe Political Dog'Salisbury Kit'Yorkshire TerrierPomeranian Puppy, 8 weeks oldPomeranianAberdeen TerrierWhippet (Peterborough)A WhippetTrust!Setter'King' Eskimo DogA Friendly Pair[Cat and dog being tossed by bull][Man and dog crossing footbridge over river][Man and dog]'Dollie', Mr Eden-Brown's dogMummy case with Dogs[Dog biting a monkey [?]][Woman, dog and umbrella][Two women and a dog][Dogs][Animals][Animals][Hunter, dogs and deer][Four dogs][Man and dogs]Animaux du ferme[Woman, tomb, dogs and cat][Woman, pig, chicken, dogs and cat]El perro Black[[dog on the beach]][[boy and dog in dunes]][[dog is dead]][[burying the dog]][Men and dogs by tent pitched among trees]Bellati, Sunset (The Watt-Smyrk clan)This is the Dog that worried the CatThis is the Cow with the Crumpled Horn that tossed the DogTread of Horse, Dog and ManBreeds of Dogs, No. 1Breeds of Dogs, No. 2Dogs' skullsMan and DogMan, Dog and BearChinese DogRetrieverSkye TerrierEnglish Sheep DogScotch TerrierDogs on Mummy caseTypes of carnivores -- Bear, Lion, DogDogs Quarrelling[Unidentified dog at rest]DachshundTurn Spit -- Wood 316Stag HoundsGreyhound -- Wood 258Bull-Dog -- Wood 305Pompeiian Dog, Plaster CastHe knows he has a good chance of winning the prize [...]Next day is nice and fine, and everyone arrives in good time. [...]So Strong Tail gets back in good time for the Prize Giving [...]Aunt Matilda Tabitha shall feed youHookeybeak to his earthen pan has flownSo Tootal[..] he seized the boneAnd off he scutter'd howlingPoor Hookey now was doneHe nibbled it and nabbled itStood boldly up upon the panThe Owl and the [illegible][Nurse playing with dog in gardens of Alderley Park]
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