In the meantime Bill, with the assistance of Crispin, had constructed awonderful perambulator, in which .
In the meantime Bill, with the assistance of Crispin, had constructed awonderful perambulator, in which the King could be conveyed with hisluggage and such comforts as would be necessary for the old man duringhis progress. Having secured the permission of Crispin and Chloe, and of the otherparents concerned (most of whom seemed only too glad to get rid of thelot), Bill, the King, and all the gallant young soldiers started ontheir adventurous journey.
Old Crispin, the mushroom gatherer, and his good wife Chloe had tenchildren, and nine of them were bad-tempered. Chloe called in the doctor, but the latterat first could do nothing for him. He painted Crispin's chest and thenhis back with iodine; he rubbed him well with the roots of sarsaparilla;he made him sleep first on his right side, then on his left, and finallycovered him in brown paper plasters and dock-leaf poultices and sent himto the sea-side with strict injunctions to take to sea-bathing, running,and aeroplaning, but it was. all of no avail.
Written and illustrated by. eath robinson. New york henry holt & co. 1912. Edinburgh: T. and A. CONSTABLE, Printers to His Majesty. To. The good children of chloe and crispin the gatherer of mushrooms--chad, hannibal, quentin, randall, noah, ratchett, nero, biddulph, knut, and the truly virtuous and beautiful boadicea, this book is most humbly and respectfully dedicated by the faithful narrator of their ever-wonderful adventures. Bill the minder 1. The king of troy 15. The ancient mariner 33.
stood still in the road, he led the talk from one thing to anotheruntil at last, emboldened by their friendliness, the King came .
stood still in the road, he led the talk from one thing to anotheruntil at last, emboldened by their friendliness, the King came to thepoint, and asked the lad who he was and whence he had come. It was he who secretlywrote his name on each page of Uncle Eb's birthday-book and received apresent every day from the absent-minded old gentleman until he wasdiscovered writing his name twice on some pages and was d. Far sooner have the mumps].
Bill hastened to the spot, and there, sure enough,was a most beautiful crown, ornamented with what he. .
Bill hastened to the spot, and there, sure enough,was a most beautiful crown, ornamented with what he took to bepriceless gems. Looking all round and seeing no one to whom it mightbelong, he climbed the rick and attempted to remove the treasure. At this young Chad and some of the others set up a terrible hullabaloo,but Bill soon comforted them, and then, seated in a circle on the grassaround the old fellow, they made themselves comfortable and prepared tolisten to his story. Are you all fit?' demanded the old gent. Yes,' shouted Bill and hischarges in reply.
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Bill the Minder is a book and television series that tells of the adventures of a 15-year-old boy and his cousins Boadicea and Chad
Bill the Minder is a book and television series that tells of the adventures of a 15-year-old boy and his cousins Boadicea and Chad. In the process of their adventures they meet many strange people and help solve their unique problems with the use of fantastic machines which Bill is capable of crafting in a short time. The original book was written and illustrated by W. Heath Robinson and published in 1912.
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St. Barbe Museum & Art Gallery. this is a particularly fun one, of a father in his element, just a bit off the beam. This super illustration I put in the Oddball category-strange, but hilarious fun.
Author: W. Heath Robinson,Timothy Forder
Category: Literature and Fiction
Publisher: Carnival (July 30, 1987)
Pages: 24 pages
ePUB size: 1197 kb
FB2 size: 1280 kb
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