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" I saw that, while she studied her lesson, she hid her face in the book and wept. I felt sorry, and laid my face on the same book, and wept with her. Then she looked up, and was comforted, and put her arms around my neck; but I do not know why she said... "
Letters to mothers - Page 64
by Lydia Howard Sigourney - 1838 - 240 pages
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The Christian witness and church members' magazine [ed. by J. Campbell ...

John Campbell
...produce the response of sweet tones, and a smiling countenance, that even slight observers may be wou by the charm of its external symbols. A mother, who...her lesson, she hid her face in the book and wept. 1 felt sorry, and laid my face on the same book, and wept with her. Then she looked up, and was comforted,...
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Gems by the way-side: an offering of purity and truth

Mrs. L. G. Abell - Gift books - 1850 - 408 pages
...still more timidly : " A little girl, who sat by me on the bench at school, has lost a little brother ; I saw that, while she studied her lesson, she hid her face in her book, and wept ; I felt sorry, and laid my face on the same book, and wept with her. Then sho looked...
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The Children's friend [ed.] by W.C. Wilson [and others].

William Carus Wilson - 1850
...still more timidly : " A little girl who sat by me on the bench at school, had lost a little brother. I saw that while she studied her lesson, she hid her face in her book and wept. I fell Sony, and laid my face on the same book; wd wept with her. Then she looked...
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The Young Lady's Counsellor: Or, Outlines and Illustrations of the Sphere ...

Daniel Wise - Etiquette - 1851 - 251 pages
...good." Her sister then said : " A little girl who sat next to me at school had lost her baby brother ; I saw that while she studied her lesson she hid her face in her oook and cried. I felt sorry, and laid my face on the same book, and cried with her. Then she looked...
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Gems from Fable-land: A Collection of Fables Illustrated by Facts

William Oland Bourne - Fables - 1854 - 336 pages
...more timidly : " A little girl, who sat with me on the bench, at school, has lost a little brother. I saw that while she studied her lesson, she hid her face in her book and wept. I felt sorry, and laid my face on the same book and wept with her. Then she looked...
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Rills from the Fountain of Life: Or, Sermons to Children

Richard Newton - Children's sermons - 1856 - 220 pages
...more tenderly: "A little girl, who sat with me on the bench at school, lost a little brother ; and I saw that, while she studied her lesson, she hid...she looked up, and was comforted, and put her arms around my neck; but I do not know why she said I had done her good." These were children of good tempers,...
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The Christian miscellany, and family visiter

1857
...still more timidly : "A little girl who sat with me on the bench at school, had lost a little brother. I saw that while she studied her lesson, she hid her face in her book and wept. I felt sorry, and laid my face on the same book, and wept with her. Then she looked...
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The Children's Friend

1859
...more tenderly : "A little girl, who sat with me on the bench at school, had lost a little brother ; I saw that, while she studied her lesson, she hid her face in the bock and wept. I felt "orry, and laid my face on the same book, and wept with her. Then she looked...
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Rills from the fountain of life: a book for the young

Richard Newton - Fiction - 1860
...tenderly : " A little girl, who sat with me on the bench at school, lost a little brother ; and I saw that while she studied her lesson she hid her...her. Then she looked up, and was comforted, and put her_arms around my neck ; but I do not know why she said I had done her good." These were children...
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The Headington (parish) magazine [afterw.] St. Andrew's church ..., Volume 12

Headington St. Andrew's - 1881
...with me on the bench at school, lost a little brother ; and I saw that, while she studied her lessons, she hid her face in the book and wept. I felt sorry,...she looked up, and was comforted, and put her arms around my neck ; but I do not know why she said I had done her good." Let us try and make some one...
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