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" Still the same, no charm forgot, Nothing lost that Time had given." not the Dead, who have loved, who have left us, "*" Who bend o'er us now, from their bright homes above ; But believe never doubt that the God who bereft us Permits them... "
History of the Berwickshire Naturalists' Club, Instituted September 22, 1831 - Page 49
by Berwickshire Naturalists' Club (Scotland). - 1857
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POEMS

JAMES T. FIELDS - 1849
...and smiling faces." THE DEAD. "Still the samo, no charm foigot, Nothing lost that Time had given." FORGET not the Dead, who have loved, who have left...cherish, Speak pleasantly of them who left us in tears; Dear friends of our youth! can we cease to remember The last look of life, and the low-whispered...
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Poems

James Thomas Fields - 1849 - 99 pages
...smiling faces." THE DEAD. "Still the same, no charm forgot, Nothing lost that Time had given." FORGET not the Dead, who have loved, who have left...cherish, Speak pleasantly of them who left us in tears ; Dear friends of our youth ! can we cease to remember The last look of life, and the low-whispered...
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Our Excellent Women of the Methodist Church: In England and America ...

Methodists - 1861 - 286 pages
...soul !" Who would not die the death of the righteous ? MRS. MARY LLCFYD MARTIN, OF NOBTH CAROLINA. " Forget not the dead who have loved, who have left us, Who bend o'er us now from their bright homes fcbovo, But believe never donbt that the God who bereft us, Permits them to mingle with friends...
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Murray and Co.'s Book of Information for Railway Travellers and Railway ...

R. Bond - Railroads - 1865 - 203 pages
...fitted, and a second-class compartment, is in some cases attached to the saloon carriage. CORPSES. " Forget not the dead, who have loved, who have left...Permits them to mingle with friends they still love." The desire for the whole of the members of a family to be interred in the same churchyard seems inherent...
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Murray and Co.'s Book of Information for Railway Travellers and Railway ...

R. Bond - Railroads - 1865 - 203 pages
...fitted, and a second-class compartment, is in some cases attached to the saloon carriage. CORPSES. " Forget not the dead, who have loved, who have left us, Who beud o'er us now from their bright homes above ; But believe, never doubt, that the God who bereft...
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Not lost, but gone before: voices of the departed, after the mode of Richter ...

Not - 1869
...facit per alium, facit per se." LONDON: JAMES NISBET & CO., 21 BERNERS STREET, W. 1869. oo . THE DEAD. Forget not the Dead, who have loved, who have left...cherish, Speak pleasantly of them who left us in tears ; Other joys may be lost, but their homes should not perish, While time bears our feet through...
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The Headington (parish) magazine [afterw.] St. Andrew's church ..., Volume 1

Headington St. Andrew's - 1869
...dear, For who beareth the Cross shall wear In thy loneliest hour that One is near. the Crown. FOT.OET not the dead, who have loved, who have left us, Who...Permits them to mingle with friends they still love. Eepeat their fond words, all their noble deeds cherish, Speak pleasantly of them who left us in tears...
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Our Excellent Women of the United Methodist Church in England and America

1878
...soul !" Who would not die the death of the righteous ? MRS. MARY LLOYD MARTIN, OP NOETH CAEOLINA. " Forget not the dead who have loved, who have left us, "Who bend o'er us now from their bright homes &bovo, But believe never doubt that the God who bereft us, Permits them to mingle with friends...
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Singers and Songs of the Liberal Faith: Being Selections of Hymns and Other ...

Hymns, English - 1875 - 556 pages
...them both to God. THE DEAD. " Still the same, no charm forgot, Nothing lost that T1me had given." not the Dead, who have loved, who have left us, Who...cherish, Speak pleasantly of them who left us in tears ; Other joys may be lost, but their names should not perish, While time bears our feet through...
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Singers and songs of the liberal faith; selections of hymns and other sacred ...

Alfred Porter Putnam - 1875
...them both to God. THE DEAD. " Still the same, no charm forgot, Nothing lost that Time had given." not the Dead, who have loved, who have left us, "*"...cherish, Speak pleasantly of them who left us in tears ; Other joys may be lost, but their names should not perish, While time bears our feet through...
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