Little Miss Muffet Nursery Rhyme

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Presenting Old Rhymes Little Miss Muffet Nursery Rhyme Which Was First Recorded In 1805. The origins of the rhyme are unclear. Although no record has been found before 1805, It is sometimes claimed – without evidence – that the original Miss Muffet was Patience, daughter of Dr Thomas Muffet (1604), an English physician and entomologist, but the Opies are sceptical given the two-hundred-year gap between his death and the rhyme’s appearance. It has also been claimed to refer to Mary, Queen of Scots (1543–1587), frightened by the religious reformer John Knox (1510–1572).
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Little Miss Muffet Nursery Rhyme (Modern Version)

Little Miss Muffet

Sat on a tuffet,

Eating her curds and whey;

There came a big spider,

Who sat down beside her

And frightened Miss Muffet away.





Little Miss Muffet Nursery Rhyme (Older Version)

Little Miss Muffet

She sat on a tuffet,

Eating of curds and whey;

There came a little spider,

Who sat down beside her,

And frighten’d Miss Muffet away.


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