Grace and Clara, Or, Be Just as Well as Generous

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Dayton and Saxton, corner of Fulton and Nassau Streets, 1842 - 97 pages
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Page 57 - Blessed is the man who trusteth in him; for there is no want to them that fear him. The young lions may suffer hunger, but they that fear the Lord shall not want any good thing.
Page 55 - Yes — for it is near grandmamma's dinner-time, and I must go to get it for her," she added, rising. I rose too, and taking her hand, said, " Well, good-by, Cecille — remember we are not to be strangers any longer." " No, no," she said, warmly,
Page 53 - Because it was such a little village that I could hardly get any work there. Mr. Logan advised us to go to New York, and we set out to go there, but the stage broke down with us here, and if it wasn't that poor grandmamma had suffered so much, I should be glad it did.

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