A Mournful Easter: A Discourse Delivered in the Church of the Epiphany, Washington, D. C., on Easter Day, April 19 [i. E. 16] 1865

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Gideon & Pearson, printers, 1865 - Funeral sermons - 15 pages

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Page 1 - ... neath its spell; And Summer seemed to follow where you led, As loth to bid your kindred smile farewell. The ominous shapes of drifting ice, that pack The desolate channels of the polar flood, Clustered like wolves around our Northward track, Till swayed by that sweet power to altered mood, XI They cowered, and ranged themselves on either side, Like vassal ranks who watch some passing Queen Through her white columned halls in silence glide, Nor mingling meet till she no more is seen.

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