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" Will you come with me, my pretty one ? " I asked a little child, "Will you come with me andgatherflowers?" She looked at me and smiled. Then, in a low, sweet, gentle voice, She said, " I cannot come, I must not leave this narrow path, For I am going home. "
Sanders' Union Reader, Number Three: Containing Exercises in Reading ... - Page 207
by Charles Walton Sanders - 1873 - 264 pages
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The Bible class magazine [ed. by C.H. Bateman].

National Sunday school union
...Is it not the life of love, Kindled by the brooding Dove ? " WILL you go with me, my pretty one ? " I asked a little child ; "Will you come with me and gather flowers ? " She looked at me and smiled. Then, in a low, sweet, gentle voice, She said, '* I cannot come ; I must not leave...
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The Juvenile companion, and Sunday-school hive [afterw.] The Sunday school ...

1871
...And stand before the Lamb. Singing glory, &c. GOING HOME. " WILL you come with me, my pretty one? " I asked a little child ; "Will you come with me and gather flowers?" She looked at me, and smiled. Then, in a low, sweet, gentle voice, She said, " I cannot come; I must not leave...
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Erin's hope, the Irish Church missions' juvenile magazine

Society for Irish church missions - 1856
...me, my pretty one ? " I asked a little child, "Will you come with me andgatherflowers?" She looked at me and smiled. Then, in a low, sweet, gentle voice, She said, " I cannot come, I must not leave this narrow path, For I am going home." " But will you not ? " I asked...
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Woodsorrel; or, Leaves from a retired home. By J.T.

J. T - 1856
...gather flowers ? " She look'd at me and smiled ; Then, in a low sweet gentle tone, She said, " I cannot come, I must not leave this narrow path, For I am going home." " But will you not ? " I ask'd again ; " The sun is shining bright, And you might twine a lily wreath...
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A selection of poetry; by H. Marriott

Harvey Marriott - 1859
...with me, my love ? " I asked a little child ; " Will you come and gather flowers ? " She looked at me and smiled. Then in a low, sweet, gentle voice, She said, " I cannot come ; I must not leave this narrow path, For I am going home." " But will you not ? " I asked...
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The babe and the princess, and other poems for children, by the author of 'I ...

D. Aston - 1864
...think always of Him, He always thinks of you. ome. " WILL you come with me, my pretty one ?" I ask'da little child : " Will you come with me and gather flowers?" She looked at me and smiled ; Then, in a low, sweet gentle tone, She said, " I cannot come. I must not leave this...
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Analytical Third Reader

R. Edwards, W. Edwards, J. Russell - 1867
...overjoyed narrow lovelier lingered outstripped GOING HOME. 1. " Will you come with me, my pretty one ? " I asked a little child " Will you come with me and gather flowers 2 " She looked on me and smiled. Then, in a low, sweet, gentle voice, She said, " I can not come ;...
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My fourth (-sixth) My second (-fourth)

Scottish school-book assoc - 1870
...with me, my fair one 1" I asked a little child, " Will you come and gather flowers 1 " She looked at me and smiled. Then, in a low, sweet, gentle voice, She said, " I cannot come, I must not leave this narrow path, For I am going home." " But will you not," I asked...
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The First-[sixth] Reader: Of the United States Series; Embracing, in ..., Book 5

Marcius Willson - Readers - 1872
...And a little child shall lead them Isaiah xi., 6. 1. " WILL you come with me, my pretty one' ?" I asked a little child " Will you come with me...I must not leave this narrow path', For I am going homeV 2. " But will you not' ?" I asked again ; " The sun is shining bright, And you might twinex a...
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Sunshine and Shadow: Poems

Jennette Threlfall - 1873
...gather flowers?" She looked at me and smiled ; Then, in a low, sweet gentle tone, She said, " I cannot come. I must not leave this narrow path, For I am going home." " But will you not?" I asked again : " The sun is shining bright, And you might twine a lily wreath,...
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