Cousin Grace

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Lee and Shepard (successors to Phillips, Sampson & Company), 1866 - 183 pages
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Page 58 - Every sermon is individual, and complete. Does he preach from the words " Whatsoever ye would that men should do unto you, do ye even so to them ?" he confines himself to the " Great christian law of reciprocity between man and man.
Page 42 - Are baubles nothing worth, that only serve To rouse us up, as children in the schools Are roused up to exertion. The reward Is in the race we run, not in the prize...
Page 59 - Without husband, father, or brother to stand by her in this hour of need, who can wonder that at times her courage flagged and her spirits drooped?
Page 47 - A spoken word no chariot can overtake, though it be drawn by four swift horses.
Page 147 - There were a few articles to be ironed for the bride, and Prudy had a mind to try the Jewish flatirons ; so, with Barbara's leave, she smoothed out Borne handkerchiefs on a chair.

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