Sanders' Union Reader, Number One: For Primary Schools and Families, Issue 1

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Ivison, Blakeman, Taylor & Company, 1861 - Readers - 96 pages
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Page 75 - My mother, I know, Would sorrow so, Should I be stolen away; So I '11 speak to the birds In my softest words, | Nor hurt them in my play. And when they can fly In the bright blue sky, % They '11 warble a song to me;
Page 91 - One gentle word that I may speak, Or one kind, loving deed, May, though a trifle poor and weak, Prove like a tiny seed ; And who can tell what good may $ spring
Page 90 - 1. A little child I am indeed, And little do I know ; Much help and care I yet shall need, That I may wiser grow, If I would ever hope to do Things great, and good, and useful too.
Page 90 - I yet shall need, That I may wiser grow, If I would ever hope to do Things great, and good, and useful too. '! 2. But even now I ought to try To do what good I may
Page 74 - If ever I see, On bush or tree, | Young birds in their pretty nest, I must not, in play, Steal the birds away, To grieve their mother's breast.
Page 76 - Sixty seconds make a minute, Sixty minutes make an hour, Twenty-four hours make a day, Seven days make a week, Four weeks make a month, Twelve months make a year,
Page 19 - He made the sun to rule the day, and the moon to rule the night. )! I
Page 91 - Then I will try, each day and hour, To act upon this plan: What little good is in my power
Page 90 - Should only live to play, And talk, and laugh, and eat, and | drink, <| And sleep, and wake, and never think. 3.
Page 91 - do it while I can. If to be useful thus I try, I may do better by-and-by.

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