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" That bless the field and grove ; So innocent to look upon, They claim our warmest love. The happy birds — the tuneful birds, How pleasant 'tis to see ; No spot can be a cheerless place Where'er their presence be. "
Baker's American School Music Book: Containing a Thorough Elementary System - Page 99
by Benjamin Franklin Baker - 1845 - 143 pages
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Youth's Magazine

Church work with youth - 1836
...birds — the happv birds And never seek to take the life T,lat Wesg ,he fi•,,•, an•, grov• . So innocent to look upon They claim our warmest love. The happy birds — thetunel'ul birds, How pleasant 'tis to see ; No spot can be a cheerless place Where'er their presence...
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The Sunday school magazine, and journal of Christian instruction. [Continued ...

1841
...these. Do not disturb their sport ; Butletthemwarble forth their songs Till winter cuts them short. Don't kill the birds — the happy birds That bless...innocent to look upon They claim our warmest love. Thehappy birds — thetuneful birds, How pleasant 'tis to see j No spot can be a cheerless place Where'er...
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The Farmer's Almanack, Issue 36

Robert Bailey Thomas - Almanacs, American - 1841
...for such idle miscreants, the birds will be exceedingly scarce in ihis section in a very few years. Don't kill the birds— the happy birds, That bless...our warmest love. The happy birds — the tuneful birdsHow pleasant 'tis to see; No spot can be a cheerless place Where'er their presence be. A BLUNT...
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The Mother's Assistant and Young Lady's Friend, Volumes 4-5

Child rearing - 1844
...grove : So innocent to look upun, Do not disturb their sport; But let them warble forth their songs How pleasant 'tis to see; No spot can be a cheerless place Till winter cuts them short. They claim our warmest love. The happy birds, (he tuneful birds ; Where'er...
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Early days; or, The Wesleyan scholar's guide

1864
...disturb their sport : But let them warble forth their song, Till winter cuts them short. Don't kill tho birds, the happy birds, That bless the field and grove ; So innocent to look upon, They well may win our love. The happy birds, the tuneful birvi> How pleasant 'tis to see ! No spot can be...
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The youth's poetical instructor, or Useful lessons in poetry

Youth - 1847
...warble forth their songs Till winter cuts them short. Don't kill the birds—the happy birds That cheer the field and grove ; So innocent to look upon, They claim our warmest love. The happy birds—the tuneful birds— How pleasant 'tis to see ; No spot can be a cheerless place Where'er their...
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The first (second) English reader, ed. by G.D. Abbott, Volume 1

Gorham Dummer Abbott - 1848
...sport; But let them warble forth their songs Till winter cuts them short. Don't kill the birds—the happy birds That bless the field and grove; So innocent...look upon,— They claim our warmest love. The happy birds—the tuneful birds, How pleasant 'tis to see; No spot can be a cheerless place Where'er their...
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The Little Speaker, and Juvenile Reader: Being a Collection of Pieces in ...

Charles Northend - Readers - 1866 - 162 pages
...Do not d.' iturb their sport ; But let them warble forth their songs, Till winter cuts them jhort. Don't kill the birds ! — the happy birds, That bless...and grove ; So innocent to look upon, They claim our wannest love. The happy birds ! the tuneful birds ! How pleasant 't is to see ! No spot can be a cheerless...
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Student and Family Miscellany, Volumes 3-4

Norman Allison Calkins - Education - 1851
...That play among the trees ! 'Twould make the earth a cheerless place, Should we dispense with these. Don't kill the birds! — the happy birds That bless...innocent to look upon, They claim our warmest love. Selected. 182 183 Mnsnm. ORIGIN OF STEELING MONEY.— During the reign of Richard I., King of England,...
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Museum for Young People

Self-Help - 1852
...play ! Do not disturb their sport; But let them warble forth their songs, Till winter cuts them short. Don't kill the birds ! — the happy birds That bless the field and grove : Such harmless things to look upon, They claim our warmest love. QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS. HO showed...
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