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“…And the dish ran away with the spoon.” The last line from the old nursery rhyme “Hey Diddle Diddle”. From “R. Caldecott’s Second Collection of Pictures and Songs” containing “The Milkmaid”, “Hey Diddle Diddle”, Baby Bunting”, The Fox Jumps Over the Parson’s Gate”, “A Frog He Would a-Wooing Go”, “Come Lasses and Lads”, “Ride a Cock Horse…”, “A Farmer Went Trotting…”, “Mrs Mary Blaize” and “The Great Panjandrum Himself”. Drawn by Randolph Caldecott; engraved and printed by E. Evans. Published by George Routledge & Sons, London & New York, c1885.

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