- Greenaway, Kate
- Wood engraving
- Evans, Edmund
- Portrait (taller)
- University of California Libraries, The Internet Archive
- Mother Goose: or, The old nursery rhymes
- London, New York: George Routledge and Sons, n.d.
- Open Library:
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Two little girls wearing the same mobcaps and green dresses stand side by side in a garden, facing the viewer and looking down while stamping the ground dotted with marigold flowers. This version of the rhyme goes as follows:
Draw a pail of water,
For my lady’s daughter;
My fathers a king, and my mother’s a queen,
My two little sisters are dressed in green,
Stamping grass and parsley,
Marigold leaves and daisies.
One rush! two rush!
Pray thee, fine lady, come under my bush.
Keywords: 19th century, child, children's book, color, female, Mother Goose, song, Victorian