Five Happy Children: Easy Reading for the Little Ones

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E.P. Dutton & Company, 1884
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Page 227 - Little Boy Blue, come blow your horn, The sheep's in the meadow, the cow's in the corn.
Page 54 - I was glad when they said unto me: 'Let us go to the house of the Lord.
Page 209 - Do not thy brethren feed the flock in Shechem ? Go, I pray thee, see whether it be well with thy brethren and well with the flocks; and bring me word again.
Page 214 - They took Joseph's coat, and dipped it in the blood of a kid. They carried the torn and bloody coat to their father. Jacob thought that some wild beast had killed Joseph. Joseph was carried to Egypt, many days' journey to the south of Canaan.
Page 138 - ... of his good Spirit, which is to be obtained by waiting upon him in humility and fear, with minds abstracted from the incumbering concerns of this life? Let not the smallness of numbers, nor the want of outward ministry, discourage any : place not your dependance on man, but on the Lord alone, who never fails to help those who put their trust in him, and who hath graciously assured us, " that where two or three are gathered " together in his name, there he is in the midst of them.
Page 1 - THE ROSE DALE BOOKS. EASY READING FOR THE DEAR LITTLE ONES. BY MRS. DP SANFORD, AUTHOR OF "PUSSY TIP-TOES1 FAMILY," " FRISK AND HIS FLOCK," "A HOUSEFUL OF CHILDREN," " THE LITTLE BROWN HOUSE," " THE SUNDAY EVENING HOUR,
Page 239 - God had said ; and, at the seventh time, when the priests blew a loud blast with the trumpets, Joshua bade the people shout, for the city was theirs. Then they gave a great shout, and the walls of the city fell down flat before them, so that they marched straight into it, and burned it to the ground. But Joshua remembered the woman, Rahab, who had hidden the spies, and he brought her and her family in safety out of Jericho into the camp of the Israelites.
Page 7 - But it may be that this book may come in-to the hands of some who have not seen the oth-er Rose Dale books.

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