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" Apart from the promptings of kindred blood, it is a spontaneous tribute to their helplessness, their innocence, or their beauty. The total absence of this love, induces a suspicion that the heart is not right. " Beware, said Lavater, of him who hates... "
Letters to mothers - Page 47
by Lydia Howard Sigourney - 1838 - 240 pages
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The Southern literary messenger

History
..."Maternal Love," — we subjoin an extended extract : "To lore children, is ihe dictate of our nature. Apart from the promptings of kindred blood, it is...their beauty. The total absence of this love, induces » suspicion that the heart is not right. ' Beware,' said Lavater, 'of him who hates the laugh of a...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 5

1839
...Maternal Love,"— we subjoin an extended extract: " To love children, is the dictate of our nature. Apart from the promptings of kindred blood, it is...Beware,' said Lavater, ' of him who hates the laugh of a child.1 'I love God, and every little child,' was the »imple, yet sublime sentiment of Richter. "The...
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The Hesperian, Volume 3

William Davis Gallagher, Otway Curry - 1839
...smiles, of smallest smiles; so, I love you best of all." To love children, is the dictate of our nature. "Beware," said Lavater, "of him who hates the laugh..."was the simple, yet sublime sentiment of Richter. DOMESTIC ECONOMY. A FLOURISHING nation is living evidence of the wisdom, sagacity, and statesmanship...
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The Reporter [afterw.] The Catechumen reporter. Ed. by S. Jackson

Samuel Jackson - 1851
...five brethren" — Dr. Winter Hamilton. MATERNAL LOVE. To love children is the dictate of our nature. Apart from the promptings of kindred blood, it is...of this love, induces a suspicion that the heart is act right. " Beware," said Lavater, " of him who hates the laugh of a child." " I love God, and every...
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The World's Laconics: Or, The Best Thoughts of the Best Authors

Tryon Edwards - Quotations, English - 1853 - 432 pages
...weaknesses in silence, but to proclaim his virtues upon the house-top. — South. LOVE OF CHILDREN. — " Beware," said Lavater, " of him who hates the laugh of a child." " I love God and little children," was the simple, yet sublime sentiment of .Kichter. — Sigourney. LOVE OF FRIENDS....
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Anecdotes for the Family, Or, Lessons of Truth and Duty for Every-day Life ...

Conduct of life - 1862 - 443 pages
...everybody loved her ? "I know not," said she, "unless it be that I love everybody." LOVE, OF CHILDREN. — "Beware," said Lavater, "of him who hates the laugh of a child;" and "I love God and little children," was the simple, yet sublime sentiment of Richter. LOVE, THE POWER...
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Treasury of Thought: Forming an Encyclopædia of Quotations from Ancient and ...

Quotations, English - 1894 - 579 pages
...they please, and sec in it whatever they wish to see. — Oehletischlayer. " Beware," said Lavatcr, " of him who hates the laugh of a child." " I love God and little children," was the simple yet sublime sentiment of Richter. — Mrs. Siyoumey What gift has...
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Two Thousand Sublime and Beautiful Thoughts: A Storehouse of Memorable ...

Quotations - 1897 - 320 pages
...insignificant object with any form they please and see in it whatever they wish to see. — Oehlenschldger. " Beware," said Lavater, " of him who hates the laugh of a child." " I love God and little children," was the simple yet sublime sentiment of Richter. — Mrs. Sigourney. Man to the last...
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A Dictionary of Thoughts

Tryon Edwards - Quotations, English - 1908 - 644 pages
...thitherward.— We never half know them, nor can we in this world. — tí. W. Bcfcher. . " Beware," xaid tions ; this disorderti, little children," was the simple vet sublime sentiment of Fichter.— Mr», êigourney. He had the...
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The Silver Lining: A Collection of Poems and Essays

Annie Rodd - American literature - 1912 - 174 pages
...more manly and mild, And I know now how Jesus could liken The kingdom of God to a child. — Dickens. "Beware," said Lavater, "of him who hates the laugh of a child." "I love God and little children," was the simple yet sublime sentiment of Kitchter. — Mrs. Sigourney. What would...
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