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Side 336 - God gave her to me because you turned your back upon her, and He looks upon her as mine : you've no right to her ! When a man turns a blessing from his door, it falls to them as take it in.
Side 216 - At first there was a little peevish cry of " mammy," and an effort to regain the pillowing arm and bosom, but mammy's ear was deaf, and the pillow seemed to be slipping away backward. Suddenly, as the child rolled downward on its mother's knees, all wet with snow, its eyes were caught by a bright glancing light on the white ground, and, with the ready transition of infancy, it was immediately absorbed in watching the bright living thing running toward it, yet never arriving.
Side 164 - Day ; and if a bit o' trouble comes, I feel as I can put up wi' it, for I've looked for help i' the right quarter, and gev myself up to Them as we must all give ourselves up to at the last ; and if we 'n done our part, it isn't to be believed as Them as are above us 'ull be worse nor we are, and come short o
Side 220 - He rose to his feet again, pushed his logs together, and, throwing on some dried leaves and sticks, raised a flame ; but the flame did not disperse the vision — it only lit up more distinctly the little round form of the child and its shabby clothing. It was very much like his little sister.
Side 254 - Goliath get himself tied to a small tender thing, dreading to hurt it by pulling, and dreading still more to snap the cord, and which of the two, pray, will be master? It was clear that Eppie, with her short toddling steps, must lead Father Silas a pretty dance on any fine morning when circumstances favoured mischief.