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Side 246 - There is my house and portion fair, My treasure, and my heart are there, And my abiding home ; For me my elder brethren stay, And angels becko'n me away, And Jesus bids me come...
Side 311 - END OF THE SECOND VOLUME. LONDON: PRINTED BY MACDONALD AND TUGWELL, BLENHEIM HOUSE.
Side 251 - ... the woman whom he had chosen out of all the world to be his wife.
Side 295 - It is very kind of you to come and see me," said Fitzgerald ; " it is at a time like this that one appreciates friendship.
Side 15 - My religion helps me to keep my hands from picking and stealing, my tongue from lying and evil-speaking, and my conscience void of offence towards God and man.