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Page 104 - His voice commands the tempest forth, And stills the stormy wave ; And though His arm be strong to smite, Tis also strong to save.
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Page 296 - Swan" and her Crew ; or, The Adventures of Three Young Naturalists and Sportsmen on the Broads! and Rivers of Norfolk. By CHRISTOPHER DAVIES, Author of " Peter Penniless,
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Page 173 - Pull for the shore, sailor, Pull for the shore! Heed not the rolling waves, But bend to the oar; Safe in the lifeboat, sailor, Cling to self no more! Leave the poor old stranded wreck, And pull for the shore.
Page 69 - But who is he that is the King of glory? who is this? The Lord of hosts, and none but he, the King of glory is.
Page 295 - Mr. Sanderson has tried, he says, to make his history Interesting. In this effort he has met with a surprising degree of success."— The New York Times.
Page 54 - Sin is any want of conformity unto, or transgression of, the law of God.
Page 301 - These stories introduce the reader to a comparatively unknown type of character. Narrow and Puritanical, there is at the same time a rich vein of humor and poetry running through the peasant and factory life of the County Palatine. "Perfectly charming, excellently unconventional, and delightfully aint. Pathos and humor rub shoulders in Mr. Math quaint. do in life itself."— Court Journal.