Helen of the Glen: A Tale for Youth

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J. V. Pierce, 1843 - Children's literature - 100 pages
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Page 3 - And all thy children shall be taught of the LORD; and great shall be the peace of thy children.
Page 25 - For thou hast delivered my soul from death, mine eyes from tears, and my feet from falling.
Page 60 - The rich man shall lie down, but he shall not be gathered : he openeth his eyes, and he is not. 20 Terrors take hold on him as waters, a tempest stealeth him away in the night. 21 The east wind carrieth him away, and he departeth: and as a storm hurleth him out of his place.
Page 49 - He brings, and round about him ; nor from Hell One step no more than from himself can fly By change of place : now Conscience wakes Despair That slumbered ; wakes the bitter memory Of what he was, what is, and what must be Worse; of worse deeds worse sufferings must ensue.
Page 3 - ONE there is, above all others, Well deserves the name of Friend ; His is love beyond a brother's, Costly, free, and knows no end.
Page 68 - Thou crownest the year with thy goodness : and thy paths drop fatness. They drop upon the pastures of the wilderness ; and the little hills rejoice on every side. The pastures are clothed with flocks ; the valleys also are covered over with corn : they shout for joy, they also sing.
Page 16 - With greensward gay, and flowers that strangers seem Amid the heathery wild, that all around Fatigues the eye : in solitudes like these Thy persecuted children, Scotia, foiled A tyrant's and a bigot's bloody laws...
Page 89 - He hath seen the king in his beauty, and the land that is afar off...
Page 16 - In gentle stream; then rose the song, the loud Acclaim of praise. The wheeling plover ceased Her plaint; The solitary place was glad, And on the distant cairns the watcher's ear Caught doubtfully at times the breeze-borne note.
Page 91 - For over it the wind doth pass, and it away is gone; And of the place where once it was it shall no more be known.

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