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" From which drink in vain would lure them, but their feet sink not to stray ; And to tell the pale worn mothers, of the tempter's many wiles, Speaking words of friendly counsel, changing weary sighs to smiles ! Then, come forth, ye true abstainers, here... "
The Brooklet reciter for temperance societies and bands of hope - Page 26
by Harriet A. Glazebrook - 1883
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The Onward reciter ed. by W. Darrah

William Darrah - 1878
...gleams of temperance sunshine to irradiate such homes ! Darkened dwellings of the lowly, where earth's sunshine never comes! Oh! for temperance hands to...which drink in vain would lure them, but their feet seek not to stray; And to tell the pale worn mothers of the tempter's many wiles, Speaking words of...
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