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The Writings in Prose and Verse of Eugene Field: The love affairs of a ... - Page 253
by Eugene Field, Roswell Martin Field, Horace - 1896
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Brief memoirs of remarkable children, collected by a clergyman of the Church ...

Brief memoirs - 1822
...Awake, O north wind, and come, thou south ; blow upon my garden, that the spices thereof may flow out; let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruit." My dear Walter had for several years evinced a. love of divine things ; he was early acquainted with...
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Select British divines, ed. by C. Bradley

Charles Bradley - 1822
...north wind ; and come, south wind ; blow upon my garden, that the spices thereof may flow out ; then let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruit." MEDITATION II. On the Setting of Fruit. I have often observed, that when the blossoms of a tree set,...
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The Reference Bible: Containing an Accurate Copy of the Common English ...

Hervey Wilbur - Bible - 1826
...Awake, О north wind ; and coma, Ihou south ; blow upon my rimlun, that the spices thereof may flow out- done. r 22 While the earth remaineth, seed-time and harvest, and CHAP. V. AM come into my garden, my sister, my sDouse : 1 have gathered my myrrh with my spice ; I...
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Sacramental meditations

Samuel Lavington - 1833
...Awake, O north wind, and come, thou south, blow upon my garden, that the spices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruit." Christians, if you have at last found him whom your souls love, if you have met him in his garden,...
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The Spiritual magazine; or, Saint's treasury. [Continued as] The Spiritual ...

1840
...Awake, O north-wind, come thou south, blow upon my garden, that the spices may flow out :" then adds, " Let my Beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruit." The Redeemer kindly answers, " I will go up to the palm tree, and take hold of the boughs thereof;"...
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Remains of James Smith: Being Extracts from Letters and Sketches of Sermons

James Smith (of Shoreditch, London.) - Fiction - 1840
...happy are the people whose God is the Lord! THE CHTIECH S INVITATION TO JESUS CHRIST. Songiv. 11. " Let my beloved come into his garden and eat his pleasant fruit." DWELT chiefly upon three leading ideas. 1 . That Jesus Christ is the church's beloved ; he ought to...
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Christian meditations; or, The believer's companion in solitude, by the ...

Thomas Shaw B. Reade - Literary Collections - 1841
...Awake, O north wind, and come thou south, blow upon my garden, that the spices thereof may flow out. Let my beloved come into his garden and eat his pleasant fruit." Jesus the beloved one, answers to this call in accents f love : " I am come into my garden, my sister,...
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The Works of President Edwards in Four Volumes: A Reprint of the ..., Volume 3

Jonathan Edwards - Congregational churches - 1844
...manner of pleasant fruits, new and old, which she had laid up for him ; and says to him, chap. iv. 16, " Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruit." And he makes answer in the next verse,"! am come into my garden, my sister, my spouse ; I have gathered...
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Bibliomania in the Middle Ages: Or, Sketches of Bookworms, Collectors, Bible ...

Frederick Somner Merryweather - Bibliomania - 1849 - 218 pages
...my own country, through the industry of my good and most devout master (Egbert). I therefore intreat your Excellence to permit me to send into Britain...' Eat, O friends ; drink, yea, drink, abundantly, 0 beloved:' or exhort, in the words of the prophet Isaiah, ' every one that thirsteth to come to the...
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Notes on the parables of the New Testament: scripturally illustrated and ...

Hosea Ballou - 1852 - 297 pages
...goodness, faith, meekness and temperance. If in these fruits we abound, then may we say with propriety, ' Let my beloved come into his garden, and eat his pleasant fruit.' PARABLE XXXII. ' For which of you, intending to build a tower, sitteth not down first and counteth...
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