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" This day of joy and festivity to the whole Christian world is, to my sad heart, the anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. While all around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance of the... "
Some Prominent Virginia Families - Page 30
by Louise Pecquet du Bellet, Edward Jaquelin, Martha Cary Jaquelin - 1907
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The Protestant Episcopal Quarterly Review, and Church Register, Volume 3

1856
...anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. While all around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance...of all my feelings, and was enthroned in the inmost recess of my heart. Never can I cease to feel the loss and to deplore it Grief for her is too sacred...
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 6

Cortlandt Van Rensselaer - Presbyterian Church - 1856
...anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. While all around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance of the beloved object which it contains. " On the;25th of December, 1831, it was the will of Heaven to take to itself the companion who had sweetened...
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The Presbyterian Magazine, Volume 6

1856
...anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. While all around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance of the beloved object which it contains. " On the;25th of December, 1831, it was the will of Heaven to take to itself the companion who had sweetened...
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THE LIVES AND TIMES OF THE CHIEF JUSTICES OF THE Supreme Court of the United ...

HENRY FLANDERS. - 1858
...anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. While all around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance of the beloved object which it contains. '0n the 25th of December, 1831, it was the will of Heaven to take to itself the companion who had sweetened...
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VIRGINIA, ESPECIALLY RICHMOND, IN BY-GONE DAYS

SAMUEL MORDECAL - 1860
...anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. While all around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance...of all my feelings, and was enthroned in the inmost recess of my heart. Never can I cease to feel the loss and to deplore it. Grief for her is too sacred...
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Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia, Volume 2

William Meade - Virginia - 1878
...during the few jears of Mr. Lemmon's stay at Hagerstown, the Rev. Mr. •round is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance...sweetened the choicest part of my life, had rendered tcil a pleasure, had partaken of all my feelings, and was enthroned in the inmost recess of my heart....
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The North American Review, Volume 147

Jared Sparks, Edward Everett, James Russell Lowell, Henry Cabot Lodge - American fiction - 1888
...anniversary of the keenest affliction which hnmanity can sustain. While all around is gladness my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance of the beloved object which it contains. Never can I cease to fi?el the loss, and to deplore it. Grief for her is too sacred ever to be profaned...
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The Home-maker: An Illustrated Monthly Magazine ..., Volume 1

Marion Harland, Jane Cunningham Croly - Home economics - 1889
...anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. While all around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance of the beloved object it contains. "On the 25th of December, i83i, it was the will of Heaven to take to itself the companion...
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American Christian Rulers: Or, Religion and Men of Government; Comprising ...

United States - 1890 - 590 pages
...world, is to my heart, the anniversary of the keenest affliction which humanity can sustain. . . . On the 25th of December, 1831, it was the will of...choicest part of my life, had rendered toil a pleasure, partaken of all my feelings, and was enthroned in the inmost recess of my heart .... From the moment...
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Old Churches, Ministers and Families of Virginia, Volume 2

Virginia - 1891
...that during the few years of Mr. Lemmon's stay at Hagerstown, the Rev. Mr. around is gladness, my mind dwells on the silent tomb, and cherishes the remembrance of the beloved object which it contains. "On the 25 th of December, 1831, it was the will of Heaven to take to itself the companion who Imd sweetened...
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