From "The Tale of Samuel Whiskers" or "The Roly Poly Pudding" by Beatrix Potter - "Oh! Mother, Mother, there has been an old man rat in the dairy—a dreadful 'normous big rat, mother; and he's stolen a pat of butter and the rolling-pin.
'The Tale of Samuel Whiskers or The Roly-Poly Pudding', 1908 -- Beatrix Potter. "The visitor was a neighbour, Mrs. she had called to borrow some yeast." *** Ribby is framed in the doorway at Potter's HILL TOP HOUSE.
'The Tale of Tom Kitten', 1907 -- Beatrix Potter. "Then Tabitha Twitchit came down the garden and found her kittens on the wall with no clothes on. She pulled them off the wall, smacked them, and took them back to the house.
'The Tale of Jemima Puddle-Duck', 1908 -- Beatrix Potter. "She tried to hide her eggs, but they were always found and carried off." *** This illustration hows Beatrix Potter's garden, green wrought iron gate, and Hill Top House door.