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" How easy it is to invest our houses with truest elegance. Elegance resides not with the upholsterer or the draper ; it is not put up with the hangings and curtains ; it is not in the Mosaics, the carpetings, the rosewood, the mahogany, the candelabra,... "
Mrs. Whittelsey's Magazine for Mothers and Daughters - Page 110
by Abigail Goodrich Whittelsey - 1851
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The Family Christian Almanac for the United States, for the Year of Our Lord ...

David Young - Almanacs, American - 1851
...and curtains ; it is not in the mosaics, the carpetings, the rosewood, the mahogany, the candelabra, or the marble ornaments ; it exists in the spirit presiding over the apartments of the dwelling. Contentment must always be most graceful ; it sheds serenity over the scene...
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Genius and industry

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1851
...curtains ; it is not in the Mosaics, the carpetings, the rosewood, the . mahogany, the candelabra, or the marble ornaments ; it exists in the spirit presiding over the chambers of the dwellmg. Contentment must always be most graceful ; it sheds serenity over the scene of its abode ;...
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Genius and industry: the achievements of mind among the cottages

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1852
...and curtains ; it is not in the Mosaics, the carpetings, the rosewood, the mahogany, the candelabra, or the marble ornaments ; it exists in the spirit...always be most graceful ; it sheds serenity over the scene of its abode ; it transforms a •waste into a garden. The Home, lightened by these intimations...
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The Cottager's monthly visitor

Music - 1852
...easy is it to be neat — to be clean ! It consists not in the splendour or taste of the furniture ; it exists in the spirit presiding over the chambers...always be most graceful ; it sheds serenity over the scene of its abode ; it transforms a waste into a garden. The home lightened by these intimations of...
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The cruet stand, select pieces of prose and poetry

C. Gough - 1853
...and curtains, it is not in the mosaics, the carpetings, the rosewood, the mahogany, the candelahre, or the marble ornaments : it exists in the spirit...over the chambers of the dwelling. Contentment must be always most graceful ; it sheds serenity over the scene of its abode ; it transforms a waste into...
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The peerage of poverty; or, Learners and workers in fields, farms, and factories

Edwin Paxton Hood - 1870 - 473 pages
...and curtains ; it is not in the Mosaics, the carpetings, the rosewood, the mahogany, the candelabra, or the marble ornaments ; it exists in the spirit...always be most graceful ; it sheds serenity over the scene of its abode ; it transforms a waste into a garden. The home, lightened by these intimations...
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The bridal bouquet, culled in the garden of literature by H. Southgate

Henry Southgate - 1873
...and curtains; it is not in the mosaies, the carpetirgs, the rosewood, the mahogany, the candt labra, the marble ornaments: it exists in the spirit presiding...always be most graceful : it sheds serenity over the scene of its abode ; it transfoims a waste into a garden. The home lighted by these intimations of...
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The Golden Gems of Life, Or Gathered Jewels for the Home Circle

Smith C. Ferguson, Emory Adams Allen - 1880
...draper! It exists in the spirit presiding over the apartments of the dwelling. Contentment must be always most graceful; it sheds serenity over the scenes of...its abode, it transforms a waste into a garden. The house lighted by those imitations of a nobler and brighter life may be wanting much which the discontented...
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