Eben Holden: A Tale of the North Country

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Lothrop Publishing Company, 1900 - Farm life - 432 pages
 

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Page 380 - Guide me O thou great Jehovah! Pilgrim through this barren land I am weak but thou art mighty—
Page 324 - They that be slain with the sword are better than they that be slain with hunger, for these pine away stricken through want of the fruits of the field.
Page 431 - On the other side of Jordan, In the sweet fields of Eden, Where the tree of life is blooming, There is rest for you.
Page 149 - On the other side of Jordan, In the sweet fields of Eden, Where the tree of Life is blooming, There is rest for you.
Page 435 - to Sempronious, he is lacking somewhere : " 'T is not in mortals to command success But we'll do more, Sempronious, we'll achieve it." Concerning Cats. My Own and Some Others. By HELEN M. WINSLOW. 8vo, cloth, gilt top, illustrated from photographs of famous cats. $1.50.
Page 326 - Deliver thyself as a roe from the hand of the hunter and as a bird from the hand of the fowler.
Page 379 - my soul waiteth for the Lord more than they that watch for the morning,
Page 432 - Shamed o' nuthin' I ever done. Alwuss kep' my tugs tight, Never swore ''less 'twas nec'sary, Never ketched a fish bigger'n 't was Er lied 'na hoss trade Er shed a tear I did n't hev to. Never cheated anybody but Eben Holden.
Page 432 - hev to. Never cheated anybody but Eben Holden. Goin' off somewheres, Bill—dunno the way nuther— Dunno 'f it's east er west er north er south, Er road er trail; But I ain't afraid.
Page 160 - O ye'll tak" the high road an" I'll tak' the low road An' I'll be in Scotland afore ye; But me

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