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" As through this calm, this holy dawning, Silent glides my parting breath To an everlasting morning, Gently close my eyes in death. Blessings endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! (Though no language yet possessing) Breathes my... "
The Lady's Miscellany, Or, Weekly Visitor, for the Use and Amusement of Both ... - 15 ページ
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Our Little Ones in Heaven: A Collection of Thoughts in Prose and Verse

1858 - 216 ページ
...or woe Ne'er our father's house can enter — Morn advances — let me go. As through this calm and holy dawning, Silent glides my parting breath To an everlasting morning — Gently close my eyes on death. Blessings, endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! Though no language...

The Shadow on the Hearth: Or, Our Father's Voice in Taking Away Our Little Ones

1858 - 288 ページ
...or wo, Ne'er our father's house can enter — Morn advances — let me go. As through this calm and holy dawning, Silent glides my parting breath, To an everlasting morning — Gently close my eyes on death. Blessings, endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! (Though no language...

A selection of poetry; by H. Marriott

Harvey Marriott - 1859
...my mother, pleasures centre ; Weeping, parting, care, or woe, Ne'er our LATHER'S house shall enter : Morn advances ; let me go. As through this calm, this...endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! Though no language yet possessing, Breathes my spirit ere we part. Yet to leave thee sorrowing...

Hymns for private devotion, selected and original [compiled by B. Fuller ...

Hymns - 1863 - 218 ページ
...pleasures centre ; Weeping, parting, care or woe, Ne'er our Father's house shall enter ; Day is breaking, let me go ! As through this calm, this holy dawning...endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! (Though, no language yet possessing,) Breathes my spirit ere we part. Yet, to leave thee...

Scraps. [An anthology, ed.] by H. Jenkins

esq Henry Jenkins - 1864
...enter ; Morn advances : let me go. As through this calm holy dawning Silent glides my parting hreath, To an everlasting morning, Gently close my eyes in...endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! (Though no language yet possessing) Breathes my spirit ere we part : Yet to leave thee...

The Fireside Hymn-Book; Containing Selected and Original Hymns; Compiled by ...

Martha BRAITHWAITE - 1865 - 247 ページ
...Woe, Ne'er our Father's House shall enter — Morn advances — Let me go. 7 " As through this calm, holy dawning, Silent glides my parting breath, To...everlasting Morning, — Gently close my eyes in death. 8 '• Blessings endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! (Though no language...

The fireside hymn-book, compiled by M. Braithwaite

Fireside hymn-book - 1865
...Woe, Ne'er our Father's House shall enter — Morn advances — Let me go. 7 " As through this calm, holy dawning, Silent glides my parting breath, To...everlasting Morning, — Gently close my eyes in death. 8 '' Blessings endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! (Though no language...

Words of consolation for Christian mothers bereaved of little children, by a ...

Christian mothers - 1866
...my mother, pleasures centre ; Weeping, parting, care, or woe, Ne'er our Father's house shall enter : Morn advances — let me go. As through this calm,...endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thy heart ! (Though no language yet possessing) — Breathes my spirit ere we part. Yet to leave thee...

Words of comfort for parents bereaved of little children, ed. by W. Logan

William Logan - 1869
...my mother, pleasures centre; Weeping, parting, care, or woe Ne'er our Father's house shall enter : Morn advances — let me go ! As through this calm, this holy dawning, Silent glides iny parting breath, To an everlasting morning, Gently close my eyes in death. Blessings endless, richest...

Words of Comfort for Parents Bereaved of Little Children

William Logan - 1870 - 337 ページ
...centre ; Weeping, parting, care, or woe Ne'er our Father's house shall enter: Morn advances, let me go 1 As through this calm, this holy dawning, Silent glides...endless, richest blessings, Pour their streams upon thine heart, (Though no language yet possessing) Breathes my spirit ere we part. Yet to leave thee...




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