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95 ページ - Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood Stand dressed in living green; So to the Jews old Canaan stood, While Jordan rolled between.
96 ページ - With unbeclouded eyes ! 6 Could we but climb where Moses stood, And view the landscape o'er, Not Jordan's stream, nor death's cold flood, Should fright us from the shore.
96 ページ - There everlasting spring abides, and never- withering flowers; death, like a narrow sea, divides that heavenly land from ours. Sweet fields beyond the swelling flood stand dressed in living green; so to the Jews old Canaan stood, while Jordan rolled between.
359 ページ - MARTYRS OF SPAIN, AND THE Liberators of Holland. By the same Author. $1 25. "The author, who has thrown so much fascination over the history of Luther, in the great work of Reformation, has adopted the same plan in illustrating anew the fierce and relentless persecution in Spain against the Protestants. The history of martyrology in that God-forsaken country is skillfully condensed in the first part, while in the second, a careful re«urns is made of the redemption of Holland from Popish domination."^-...
359 ページ - Christian £ife. 16mo. . $1.25 " The tales are painted in such an inimitable manner that while they interest and attract, they impart much historical information and are prevaded by the heroic spirit of Christianity. They should be in all Sabbath-schools.
330 ページ - ... friends, and revived thoughts almost entirely effaced. The lady contented herself with ringing the bell, when the entrance of the servant rid her of their presence. " It was some time before she could make up her mind to confide her sufferings to me. There was nothing either in her conversation or conduct to indicate a derangement of intellect, and she, as well as her friends, was convinced of her perfect sanity.