Mary, Mary, Quite Contrary

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A girl wearing a hat and a haughty air stands in front of a hedged-in garden with flower beds
Mary, Mary, quite contrary.
(P. 26.)

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A girl wearing a hat and a haughty air is seen from the side standing in front of a hedged-in garden with a row of shrubs growing in pots and flower beds. The rhyme goes as follows:

Mary, Mary, quite contrary,
How does your garden grow?
With silver bells, and cockle shells,
And cowslips all of a row.

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