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" He calls to thofe duties we gladly divide; May he live when our limit of being is done. And our names and our virtues fumvc in our foru THE END. "
A gossip's story, and a legendary tale, by the author of Advantages of education - Page 223
by Jane West - 1796
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A Gossip's Story: And a Legendary Tale

Mrs. West (Jane) - 1797
...fhall frequently meet, Sincere be the welcome, and fimple the treat. Our boy on my bofom I cheriih with pride, He calls to thofe duties we gladly divide...; May he live when our limit of being is done, And oar names and our virtues furvive in our Ton; THg END. NEW PUBLICATIONS PRINTED FOR TN LONGM4N, No....
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The Lady's Weekly Miscellany, Volume 11

1810
...treat , . '. ' '. »% Our boy on my bosom I cherish wilH , pride, He calls to those duties we gladlv divide; May he live when our limit of being is done, And our names and our virtues survive in our son. EPITAPH, IN GRAKTHAM CHUKCH YA*>ohn 1'alfryman, which lie;h her« Was aged twenty...
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Letters to John Aikin, M. D.: On His Volume of Vocal Poetry: and on His ...

James Plumptre - Songs, English - 1811 - 472 pages
...be the welcome, and simple the treat. 7 Our boy on my bosom I cherish with pride, He calls to those duties we gladly divide ; May he live when our limit of being is done, And our names and our virtues survive in our son. XIX. THE WIFE'S DITTY. 1 JOHNNY'S left me for a while, O'er the mountains he's...
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