Nothing Venture, Nothing Have

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D. Appleton, 1864 - 168 pages
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Page 118 - to the least of these little ones, ye have done it unto me.
Page 56 - tenement, crowded with families as poor, and as squalid as want could make them. Dirty children were sitting on the front steps, and forlorn-looking women looked out of the open doors,
Page 57 - did not look as if they had been washed since the house was built. It was a
Page 57 - The very walls had cracked and settled, leaving great chinks and crevices, gaping wider every day, in the black,
Page 58 - slatternly, heavy-eyed, and drooping, like a person who had lost all pride, and
Page 11 - the old lady who lived in the other part of the house,
Page 28 - ' What time I am afraid I will trust in thee!

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