The Junior Munsey (Google eBook)

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F. A. Munsey, 1901
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Page 77 - They beheld several of the natives going about with firebrands in their hands, and certain dried herbs which they rolled up in a leaf, and lighting one end, put the other in their mouths, and continued exhaling and puffing out the smoke. A roll of this kind they called a tobacco, a name since transferred to the plant of which the rolls were made.
Page 266 - sensible" you need say nothing more; but if you write the word "foolish" you must give a reason for your opinion. Section A. (1) A soldier writing home to his mother said: "I am writing this letter with a sword in one hand and a pistol in the other.
Page 722 - She kept her tallow dips alight, And fast her nimble fingers flew To sew the stars upon the blue. With weary eyes and aching head She stitched the stripes of white and red, And when the day came up the stair Complete across a carven chair Hung Betsy's battle flag.
Page 722 - The simple stone of Betsy Ross Is covered now with mold and moss, But still her deathless banner flies, And keeps the color of the skies. A nation thrills, a nation bleeds, A nation follows where it leads.
Page 722 - Continentals filed away, With broken boots and ragged coats, But hoarse defiance in their throats; They bore the marks of want and cold, And some were lame and some were old, And some with wounds untended bled, But floating bravely overhead Was Betsy's battle flag. When fell the battle's leaden rain, The soldier hushed his moans of pain And raised his dying head to see King George's troopers turn and flee. Their charging column reeled and broke, And vanished in the rolling smoke, Before the glory...
Page 173 - I remember the wonder with which I used to look from side to side when treble, tenor, counter, and bass were thus roaring and foaming, and it verily seemed to me as if the psalm were going to pieces among the breakers ; and the delighted astonishment with which I found that each particular verse did emerge whole and uninjured from the storm.
Page 252 - It was the first thing in the morning and the last thing at night, till I confess it began to be something of a bore to me.
Page 40 - Illinois, in celebration of the four hundredth anniversary of the discovery of America by Christopher Columbus.
Page 722 - Betsy's battle flag. Like shadows in the evening gray The Continentals filed away, With broken boots and ragged coats, But hoarse defiance in their throats ; They bore the marks of want and cold And some were lame, and some were old, And some with wounds untended bled, But floating bravely overhead Was Betsy's battle flag.
Page 772 - Ah Love! could you and I with Him conspire To grasp this sorry Scheme of Things entire, Would not we shatter it to bitsó and then Re-mould it nearer to the Heart's Desire!

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