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" With a soft cheek upon the lulling tide, Forgot the lifting winds; and the long stems, Whose flowers the water, like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And leaned, in graceful attitudes, to rest. How strikingly the course of nature... "
Historical Sketch of the Old Sixth Regiment of Massachusetts Volunteers ... - Page 200
by John Wesley Hanson - 1866 - 352 pages
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Louis de Rippie

Darlow Forster - 1869
...Monday morning dawned bright and beautiful, as if to justify the words of the poet, who wrote " How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its...suffering, That it was fashioned for a happier world." The suffering man lay on his bed, calm and composed, as though no Damocletian sword hung ready to cut...
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The public school speaker and reader, ed. by J.E. Carpenter

Joseph Edwards Carpenter - 1869
...like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And lean'd in graceful attitudes, to rest. How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its light heed of human suffering, That it was fashion'd for a happier world ! King David's limbs were weary. He had fled From far Jerusalem ; and...
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The school book of poetry, ed. by W.C. Bennett

William Cox Bennett - 1870
...like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And leaned, in graceful attitudes, to rest. How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its...suffering, That it was fashioned for a happier world ! King David's limbs were weary. He had fled From far Jerusalem ; and now he stood, With his faint...
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Routledge's readings, selected and arranged by E. Routledge

Edmund Routledge - 1871
...like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And lean'd in graceful attitudes, to rest. How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its light heed of human suffering, That it was fashion'd for a happier world ! King David's limbs were weary. He had fled From far Jerusalem ; and...
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THE SUNDAY SCHOOL CONCERT, A GENERAL SERVICE MANUAL; FOR THE SCHOOL AND ...

1872
...think, when I read that sweet story of old, When Jesus was here among men. Superintendent Closing. How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its...suffering, That it was fashioned for a happier world. # * * * * * * * setting, and, save the beauty of the scene, finds nauglit of interest to the outward...
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The English elocutionist, a collection of the finest passages of poetry and ...

Charles Hartley - 1872
...like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And leaned, in graceful attitudes, to rest. How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its...suffering, That it was fashioned for a happier world ! King David's limbs were weary. He had fled From far Jerusalem ; and now he stood, With his faint...
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The Star reciter; a collection of prose and poetical gems, selected and ...

Star reciter - 1873
...like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And lean'd in graceful attitudes to rest. How strikingly the course of nature tells, ' By its light heed of human suffering, That it was fashion'd for a happier world ! King David's limbs were weary. He had fled From far Jerusalem ; and...
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The Pacific Coast First [-fifth] Reader, Volume 4

Readers - 1875
...like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And leaned, in graceful attitudes, to rest. How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its...suffering, That it was fashioned for a happier world ! 2. King David's limbs were weary. He had fled From far Jerusalem ; and now he stood, With his faint...
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The Literary Reader: Typical Selections from the Best British and American ...

George Rhett Cathcart - American literature - 1874 - 426 pages
...like a gentle nurse, Bears on its bosom, quietly gave way, And leaned, in graceful attitudes, to rest. How strikingly the course of nature tells, By its light heed of human suffering, is faint peon n the mourner's Stoodi to ivor" anit f -and h voice Went up proud, T" ngony that would...
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The grey house at Endlestone

Emma Jane Worboise - 1877 - 566 pages
...sunbeams sparkled on the Serpentine ! And Hilda thought sadly of the words of the American poet " How strikingly the course of Nature tells, By its...suffering, That it was fashioned for a happier world." Hilda's pocket, as yon may imagine, was very scantily supplied, so when Parrott asked her if she should...
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