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Page 151 - As Joseph was a-walking, He heard an angel sing: "This night shall be born Our heavenly King. "He neither shall be born In housen nor in hall, Nor in the place of Paradise, But in an ox's stall. "He neither shall be clothed In purple nor in pall, But all in fair linen, As were babies all. "He neither shall be rocked In silver nor in gold, But in a wooden cradle That rocks on the mould. "He neither shall be christened In white wine nor red, But with fair spring water With which we were christened.
Page 406 - Tempest and Sunshine English Orphans Homestead on the Hillside 'Lena Rivers Meadow Brook Dora Deane Cousin Maude Marian Grey Edith Lyle Daisy Thornton (New) Mary J. Holmes
Page 406 - Mrs. Holmes' stories are universally read. Her admirers are numberless. She is in many respects without a rival in the world of fiction. Her characters are always life-like, and she makes them talk and act like human beings, subject to the same emotions, swayed by the same passions, and actuated bv^the same motives which are common among men and women of every day existence.
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Page 406 - Mrs. Holmes' stories are all of a domestic character, and their interest, therefore, is not so intense as if they were more highly seasoned with sensationalism, but it is of a healthy and abiding character. Almost any new book which her publisher might choose to announce from her pen would get an immediate and general reading.
Page 404 - Plots New Nonsense Rhymes— By WH Beckett, with illustrations by CG Bush. Progressive Petticoats— A Satirical Tale, by Robert B. Roosevelt Souvenirs of Travel— By Madame Octavia Walton Le Vert, of Mobile, Ala Woman, Love, and Marriage — A spicy little Work, by Fred Saunders The Fall of Man — A Darwinian Satire, by author of " New Gospel of Peace .*„. . The Chronicles of Gotham— A Modern Satire, . . Do.
Page 403 - Ernest Kenan's French Works. The Life of Jesus Translated. $i 75 I The Life of Si.
Page 401 - Tempest and Sunshine $ English Orphans... Homestead on the Hillside 'Lena Rivers ',. Meadow Brook Dora Deane Cousin Maude. Marian Grey Edith Lyle (New) Mrs. Mary J. Holmes