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496 ページ - Do you not think to see my children, as I do now around me, walking in that path which alone can lead to eternal life^ and leading their offspring with them, bringing up so tenderly, so fondly, their children as heirs of immortality, and yet lavishing on me, as on their father, the love and duty of former years ? Is not this a precious recompense for all which for them I may have done or borne...