Scanned from a fragile old Mother Goose book I've had since about 1956. No date or publisher shows on the pages I have left. It was the sort of thing that came (in those days) from a five and dime, or a grocery store.
There was another illustration of this verse a while back: Mother Goose coloring page from Dover Books.
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