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" We that are so young are but lately made alive; therefore we should not forget His forming hand who hath made us alive. We that cannot speak plain should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could... "
A Spelling Book: Containing Exercises in Orthography, Pronunciation, and Reading - Page 63
by William Bolles - 1828
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Hymns in Prose for Children

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Devotional literature - 1794 - 104 pages
...lifp out praifes to him who teacheth us how to fpeak, and hath opened our dumb lips. C 3 When [ 54 ] When we could not think of him, he thought of us ; before we could afk him to blefs us, he had already given us many ble/lings. He fafhioneth our tender limbs, and caufeth...
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Hymns in prose for children, by the author of Lessons for children

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1814
...lisp out praises to him who teach eth us how to speak, E 3 and [ 54 ] and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of him, he thought of us;...and causeth them to grow; he maketh us strong, and tall, and nimbki Every day we are more active than the former day, therefore every day we ought to...
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Hymns in prose for children, by the author of Lessons for children. By mrs ...

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1819
...speak plain should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us bow to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of Him, He thought of us ;...many blessings. He fashioneth our tender limbs, and causelh them to grow ; lie maketh us strong, and tall, and nimble. Every day we are more active than...
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Hymns in prose for children, by the author of Lessons for children. By the ...

Anna Laetitia Barbauld - 1820
...plain, should lisp out praises to him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of him, he thought of us ;...and causeth them to grow ; he maketh us strong, and tall, and nimble. ••^•MB Every day we are more active than the former day, therefore every day...
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Lessons for Children, Parts 1-5

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Children - 1823 - 192 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of him, he thought of us ; before we 27 could ask him to bless us, he had already given us many blessings. He fashioneth our tender limbs,...
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Hymns in Prose for Children

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Animals - 1828 - 79 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of him, he thought of us ; before we could ask him to bless us, he 28 had already given us many blessings. He fashioneth our tender limbs, and causeth them to grow ;...
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Hymns in Prose for Children, Calculated to Impress the Infant Mind with ...

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - 1836 - 36 pages
...speak plain should lisp our praises to HIM who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of HIM, HE thought of us ;...and causeth them to grow ; HE maketh us strong, and tall, and nimble. Every day we are more active than the former day, therefore every day we ought to...
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Lessons for Children

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Children's stories - 1839 - 151 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of him, he thought of us; before we could ask him to bless us, he kad already given us many blessings. He fashioneth our tender limbs, and causetb them to grow : he...
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Things by Their Right Names, and Other Stories, Fables, and Moral Pieces: In ...

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Children's literature - 1840 - 263 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. When we could not think of Him, He thought of us ;...limbs, and causeth them to grow ; He maketh us strong, tall, and nimble. Every day we are more active than the former day ; therefore, every day we ought...
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Things by Their Right Names, and Other Stories, Fables, and Moral Pieces: In ...

Mrs. Barbauld (Anna Letitia) - Children's literature - 1840 - 263 pages
...plain, should lisp out praises to Him who teacheth us how to speak, and hath opened our dumb lips. of us ; before we could ask Him to bless us, He had...limbs, and causeth them to grow ; He maketh us strong, tall, and nimble. Every day we are more active than the former day ; therefore, every day we ought...
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