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" twas not the least of shocks, For Benjamin was Hicksite. and father Orthodox. I thought of this ten years ago, when daughter Ruth we lost : Her husband's of the world, and yet I could not see her crossed. "
Bathsheba's Letters to Her Cousin Deborah 1831-1861 - Page 184
by Mary Jane Howland Taber - 1913 - 253 pages
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Harper's Magazine, Volume 21

American literature - 1860
...cried. Indeed, 'twas not the least of shocks, For Benjamin was Hieksite, and father Orthodox. VIII. I thought of this ten years ago, when daughter Ruth...cross was ours : her life's a happy one, at least. 'J1BT UOTUES 6POKE FOB UKNJAHIX." 1 WITH ALL ТПВ MEETING LOOKING ON." IX. Perhaps she'll wear a...
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The Poet's Journal

Bayard Taylor - 1863
...father Orthodox. VIII. I thought of this ten years ago, when daughter Ruth we lost : Her husband ? s of the world, and yet I could not see her crossed....dear! the cross was ours: her life's a happy one, at IX. Perhaps she '11 wear a plainer dress when she's as old as I, Would thee believe it, Hannah ?...
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The poet's journal

Bayard Taylor - American poetry - 1863 - 204 pages
...father Orthodox. VIII. I thought of this ten years ago, when daughter Ruth we lost: Her husband 's of the world, and yet I could not see her crossed....hireling priest Ah, dear ! the cross was ours : her life 'sa happy one, at IX. Perhaps she '11 wear a plainer dress when she's as old as I, Would thee...
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Home ballads

John Greenleaf Whittier - American poetry - 1865 - 96 pages
...Hicksite, and father Orthodox. I thought of this ten years ago, when daughter Ruth. .we lost : Ilcr husband's of the world, and yet I could not see her...dear ! the cross was ours : her life's a happy one, Perhaps she'll wear a plainer dress when she's as old as I: Would thee believe it, Hannah ? once /...
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The Poems of Bayard Taylor

Bayard Taylor - American poetry - 1865 - 419 pages
...of this ten years ago, when daughter Ruth we lost: Her husband's of the world, and yet I could not She wears, thee knows, the gayest gowns, she hears...was ours : her life's a happy one, at least. Perhaps she 'll wear a plainer dress when she's as old as I, Would thee believe it, Hannah ? once / felt...
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The Poems

Bayard Taylor - Poetry - 1866 - 419 pages
...this ten years .ago, .when daughter Ruth we lost : Her husband 's of the world, and yet I could not She wears, thee knows, the gayest gowns, she hears...was ours : her life's a happy one, at least. Perhaps she 'll wear a plainer dress when she 's as old as I, Would thee believe it, Hannah? once I felt...
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The Poems

Bayard Taylor - Poetry - 1866 - 419 pages
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Voices from the willow and the palm, rhythms of grief and hope selected from ...

Voices - 1874
...Ruth we lost : Her husband 's of the world, and yet I could not see her crossed. 154 The Quaker Widow. She wears, thee knows, the gayest gowns ; she hears...hireling priest Ah, dear ! the cross was ours : her life 'sa happy one, at least. Perhaps she '11 wear a plainer dress when she's as old as I, Would...
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The Speaker's Garland and Literary Bouquet: Combining 100 Choice Selections ...

Recitations - 1876
...right !" and " Thou shall have him Jane I" My father said. I cried. Indeed, 'twas not the least of She wears, thee knows, the gayest gowns, she hears a hireling priest Ah, dear I the cross was ours ; her life's a happy one, at least. Perhaps she'll wear a plainer dress when she's...
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The Poetical Works of Bayard Taylor

Bayard Taylor - 1879 - 341 pages
...Hicksite, and father Orthodox. I thought of this ten years ago, when daughter Ruth we lost : Her husband 's of the world, and yet I could not see her crossed....hireling priest Ah, dear ! the cross was ours : her life 'sa happy one, at least. Perhaps she 'll wear a plainer dress when she 's as old as I, Would...
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