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" So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight, alas ! he has not given, But tell me, are there any blind Among the children up in Heaven ?" " No, dearest Edward, there all see ; But why ask me a thing so odd ? • " Oh Mary, he is so good to me, I thought... "
The youth's poetical instructor, or Useful lessons in poetry - Page 25
by Youth - 1847
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The Children's missionary newspaper [sometimes entitled The Children's ...

Christian Henry Bateman - 1852
...shade, And I can hear the notes that swell From those deal' birds that God hath made " So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight, alas ! He has not given....why ask me a thing so odd ? " " Oh, Mary, He's so kind to me, I thought I'd like to look at God !" Ere long, disease his hand had laid On that dear boy...
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The Church

1864
...Prom those dear birds that God has made. " So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight, alas ! he ha; not given : But tell me, are there any blind Among the children up in heaven ? " "lío, dearest Edward ; there all see — But why ask me a thing so odd ? " " Oh, Mary, Tie's so...
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The Rosette: a Juvenile Annual

Gift books - 1848
...shade ; And I can hear the notes that swell From these dear birds that God has made. "So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight, alas ! He has not given ; But tell me, are there any Hind, Among the children up in heaven ? " " No, dearest Edward; there all see ; But wherefore ask a...
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The Living Age ..., Volume 14

1847
...that swell From these dear birds that God haa made. '* So, sister, God is kind to me, Though -light, alas ! he has not given ; But tell me are there any...heaven?" " No, dearest Edward, there all see ! But wherefore ask a thing so odd?" " Oh ! Mary, he 's so good to me, I thought I 'd like to look at God."...
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The first (second) English reader, ed. by G.D. Abbott, Volume 1

Gorham Dummer Abbott - 1848
...shade, And I can hear the notes that swell From these dear birds that God has made. " So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight, alas ! He has not given; . But, tell me, are there any blind " Dear Edward, no; there all can see; But, why ask me a thing so odd ? " " Oh, Mary, He's so good to...
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The Parlour magazine of the literature of all nations

...And I can hear the notes that swell From those dear birds that God has made. IX. " So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight, alas ! He has not given...are there any blind Among the children up in heaven ?" x. " No, dearest Edward, there all see — But why ask me a thing so odd ?" " Oh ! Mary, He's so...
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The New-Orleans book

Robert Gibbes Barnwell - History - 1851 - 384 pages
...hear the notes that swell From these dear birds that God has made. " So Sister, God is kind to me, Though sight, alas ! he has not given ; But tell me,...the children up in heaven ? " " No ! dearest Edward, these all see ! But wherefore ask a thing so odd ? " " Oh ! Mary, he's so good to me, I thought I'd...
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The New-Orleans book

Robert Gibbes Barnwell - History - 1851 - 384 pages
...blind Among the children up in heaven ? " " No ! dearest Edward, these all see ! But wherefore ask a thing so odd ? " " Oh ! Mary, he's so good to me, I thought I'd like to look at God." 2* Ere long, disease Ms hand had laid On that dear boy so meek and mild ; His widowed mother wept,...
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The Ohio Journal of Education, Volume 5

Education - 1856 - 310 pages
...shade, And I can hear the notes that swell From those dear birds that God has made. " So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight, alas ! he has not given,...see ; But why ask me a thing so odd .' " Oh Mary, he is so good to me, I thought I'd like to look at God !" Ere long, disease his hand had laid On that...
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A Poetry book for children

J. C. - 1854
...swell From those dear birds that God has made. " So, sister, God to me is kind, Though sight to me He has not given ; But tell me, are there any blind Among the children up in heaven?" — Ere long, disease its hand had laid On that dear boy, so meek and mild : He felt her warm tears...
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