Beside the bonnie brier bush (Google eBook)

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Dodd, Mead and Company, 1894 - Fiction - 327 pages
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Page 55 - And the nations of them which are saved shall walk in the light of it : and the kings of the earth do bring their glory and honour into it.
Page 168 - There is a fountain filled with blood Drawn from Immanuel's veins; And sinners plunged beneath that blood Lose all their guilty stains.
Page 173 - THOU my soul, bless God the Lord, and all that in me is Be stirred up his holy name , to magnify and bless.
Page 302 - And the publican, standing afar off, would not lift up so much as his eyes to heaven, but smote upon his breast, saying, God be merciful to me a sinner.
Page 84 - Of death the cords and sorrows did about me compass round ; The pains of hell took hold on me : I grief and trouble found. 4 Upon the name of God the Lord then did I call, and say, Deliver thou my soul, O Lord, I do thee humbly pray.
Page 321 - Surely no funeral is like unto that of a doctor for pathos, and a peculiar sadness fell on that company as his body was carried out who for nearly half a century had been their help in sickness, and had beaten back death time after time from their door.
Page 268 - ... asleep as fine as ye like.' ' " Dis he think Annie . . . 'ill live? " " Of coorse he dis, and be aboot the hoose inside a month ; that's the gud o' bein' a cleanbluided, weel-livin' " " Preserve ye, man, what's wrang wi' ye ? it's a mercy a' keppit ye, or we wud hev hed anither job for Sir George.
Page 256 - Annie comin' tae meet me in the gloamin', an' gaein' in an" oot the hoose, an' hearin' her ca' me by ma name, an' a '11 no can tell her that a' luve her when there 's nae Annie in the hoose. ' Can naethin' be dune, doctor ? Ye savit Flora Cammil, and young Burnbrae, an' yon shepherd's wife Dunleith wy, an' we were a' sae prood o' ye, an' pleased tae think that ye hed keepit deith frae anither hame. Can ye no think o...
Page 258 - Jess, that money wull buy life after a', an' if Annie wes a duchess her man wudna lose her ; but bein' only a puir cottar's wife, she maun dee afore the week's oot. " Gin we hed him the morn there's little doot she would be saved, for he hesna lost mair than five per cent, o' his cases, and they 'ill be puir toon's craturs, no strappin women like Annie.
Page 264 - Four times they left the road and took their way over fields; twice they forced a passage through a slap in a dyke; thrice they used gaps in the paling which MacLure had made on his downward journey. "A' seleckit the road this mornin', an' a' ken the depth tae an inch; we'ill get through the steadin' here tae the main road, but oor worst job 'ill be crossin

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