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And make their bed with thee. As the long train
So live, that, when thy summons comes to join
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The more we possess, the more we desire.
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it is given.
He went almost to Philadelphia.
11 Twanged short and sharp, like the shrill swallow's cry. He, being a worthy man, was promoted.
12 Man shall not live by bread alone.
13 He remained in London almost a year.
14 Not a cent was contributed.
15 Say, first, of God above, or man below,
16 What can we reason but from what we know? All men cannot receive this saying, save they to whom
17 Oh that I had wings like a dove!
18 All are but parts of one stupendous whole.
19 Thus shall mankind his guardian care engage,
20 The promised father of the future age. Lambeth is over against Westminister Abbey.
21 There's nothing bright, above, below,
22 From flowers that bloom, to stars that glow, But in its light my soul can see Some feature of the Deity! Where thy true treasure ? Gold says, “ Not in me;" And, “ Not in me," the diamond. Gold is poor.
23 The articles were purchased at the following prices,
namely, Love, and love only, is the loan for love.
25 Generally speaking, the examination was satisfactory. 26 All nature is but art unknown to thee.
27 For who but He who arched the skies,
28 Could raise the daisy's purple bud ? Whether he is rich or poor, makes little difference. 29 This did not prevent John's being acknowledged and 30
solemnly inaugurated Duke of Normandy. Delightful task! to rear the tender thought,
31 To teach the young idea how to shoot, And pour the fresh instruction o'er the mind.
I will not let thee go, except thou bless me.
32 And the air grew hot and thick.
33 The seat of a member was disputed, which occasioned 34
a long and sharp debate.
36 All creatures else forget their daily care,
37 And sleep, the common gift of nature, share. There must be, somewhere, such a rank as man. 38 Let such as hear take heed.
39 Call imperfection what thou fanciest such.
40 And treat this passion more as friend than foe.
41 The chain holds on, and where it ends unknown. 42 Night shades the groves, and all in silence lie, All save the mournful Philomel and I. Every blade of grass, and every flower,
44 And every bud and blossom of the spring, Is the memorial that nature rears Over a kindred grave. He is far from home. He went up over the hill.
46 Well! I will take the subject into consideration. 47 I will contribute, provided the object is worthy.
48 Seeing that ye look for such things, be diligent.
49 Let thy mercy,
O Lord I be upon us, according as we 50 hope in thee. Turn we a moment fancy's rapid flight.
51 What is reason ? Be she thus defined:
52 Reason is upright stature in the soul. Fall he that must, and live the rest.
53 From the centre all round to the sea.
54 I am lord of the fowl and the brute. Be earth with all her scenes withdrawn;
55 Let noise and vanity be gone.
To whom thus Michael Doubt not but that sin
'Tis as the general pulse
To bow and sue for grace
We took our seats
spear (to equal which the tallest pine