Daisies and buttercups, Volume 2

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Page 88 - Death takes the good — too good on earth to stay, And leaves the bad — too bad to take away.
Page 180 - As I besought thee to abide still at Ephesus, when I went into Macedonia." Observe the gentleness of the expression, more like that of a servant than of a master. For he does not say " I commanded," or " bade" or even " exhorted," but
Page 237 - Hat covers his family, don't it ?' ' He has no one belonging to him I ever heard of.
Page 293 - A night without a star, a road without an end, an ocean without a shore, a life destitute of flower or fruit.
Page 64 - There is one benefit, however, I derive from all these discourses. Were I inclined to turn infidel, I could not do it. Nothing which was not true could ever survive the sermons that are preached about it.
Page 86 - Do you happen to know what day of the month this is?
Page 159 - O, indeed!' said the doctor, as if pleased to make the acquaintance of any gentleman possessed of so distinctive a cognomen.
Page 81 - He was one of those men who have the knack of getting things cheap, of securing a penny's worth for every halfpenny expended.
Page 202 - I suppose, with that Yankee town where they had to kill a man to start a new cemetery.
Page 22 - Under the greensward, if never above it, in some quiet spot amid the daisies and the buttercups...

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