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Page 66 - What brought them to that world above, That Heaven so bright and fair, Where all is peace and joy and love ? How came those children there, Singing, "Glory, glory, glory...
Page 85 - Saviour's feet 3 Beautiful crowns on every brow, Beautiful palms the conquerors show, Beautiful robes the ransomed wear, Beautiful all who enter there ! Thither I press with eager feet ; There shall my rest be long and sweet. 4 Beautiful throne for Christ our King, Beautiful songs the angels sing, Beautiful rest, all wanderings cease, Beautiful home of perfect peace ! There shall my eyes the Saviour see : Haste to this heavenly home with me ! 1299.
Page 141 - ... Mamma. By Mrs. SE Dawes. Charming productions of Bible narratives, for young children, -with 33 beautiful Engraving. $1 10. Paul Tenner ; or the Forge and the Pulpit. A fine story, based on facts in real life, by a favorite writer for the young. The reader's liveliest interest goes with the young hero and his friends through trials and efforts which secure a noble Christian manhood.
Page 28 - Faille had the office to himself, and he closed his eyes and leaned his head against the back of the chair, trying to forget his discomfort in recalling the different countries he had seen, the people he had met.