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" As if he would have prayed, but had no words — And she who was to die, the calmest one In Israel at that hour, stood up alone, And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful — her lip Had a more delicate outline, and the tint... "
Memoir of Miss Elizabeth T. Read, of New Bedford, Mass., who Died at the ... - Page 57
by John Stevens Cabot Abbott - 1847 - 221 pages
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Sketches

Nathaniel Parker Willis - American poetry - 1827 - 96 pages
...was to die—the calmest one In Israel at that hour—stood up alone And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful; her lip Had...deeper; but her countenance was like The majesty of angels!—The sun set, And she was dead, but not by violence. IDLENESS. IT was a leisure day, and I...
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The Poems, Sacred, Passionate, and Humorous, of Nathaniel Parker Willis

Nathaniel Parker Willis - 1845 - 331 pages
...die, the calmest one In Israel at that hour, stood up alone, And waited for the sun to set. Her' fece Was pale, but very beautiful — her lip Had a more...but her countenance was like The majesty of angels. The sun set — And she was dead — but not by violence. ABSALOM. THE waters slept. Night's silvery...
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Poems of Early and After Years

Nathaniel Parker Willis - American poetry - 1848 - 410 pages
...calmest one JEPHTHAH'S DAUGHTER. In Israel at that hour, stood up alone, And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful ; her lip Had...but her countenance was like The majesty of angels. The sun set — And she was dead — but not by violence. ABSALOM. THE waters slept. Night's silvery...
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Mysteries of City Life; Or, Stray Leaves from the World's Book: Being a ...

James Rees - Short stories - 1849 - 408 pages
...rested upon. True, the cheek was pale — the eyes filled with tears — yet even in sorrow she was " Very beautiful ; her lip Had a more delicate outline,...but her countenance was like The majesty of Angels." — WILLIS. The room in which she sat was barely supplied with furniture necessary for convenience...
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The Young Ladies' Elocutionary Reader: Containing a Selection of Reading Lessons

Anna U. Russell - Readers - 1853 - 480 pages
...die, — the calmest one In Israel at that hour, — stood up alone, And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful ; her lip Had...but her countenance was like The majesty of angels ! The sun set ; — And she was dead, — but not by violence. EXERCISE CXC. SUBLIMITY OF WORDSWORTH....
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The First-[fifth] Reader, Volume 4

Marcius Willson - Readers - 1860
...well-nigh set. 342 PAET VI. In Israel at that hour, stood np alone, And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful — her lip...but her countenance was like The majesty of angels. The sun set — And she was dead — but not by violence." — NP WILLIS. 8. Although the Bible tells...
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The Ladies' Reader: Designed for the Use of Ladies' Schools and Family ...

John William Stanhope Hows - Elocution - 1860 - 425 pages
...was to die, the calmest one In Israel at that hour, stood up alone, And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful — her lip...deeper; but her countenance was like The majesty of angela. The sun set — And she was dead — but not by violence. THE NIGHTINGALE AND THE MUSICIAN.-JoH«...
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The Fourth Reader of the School and Family Series, Book 4

Marcius Willson - Bible stories - 1860 - 360 pages
...that hour, stood up alone, And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful—her lip Had a more delicate outline, and the tint Was...but her countenance was like The majesty of angels. The sun set— And she was dead—but not by violence."—NP WILLIS. 8. Although the Bible tells us...
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Dollar Monthly Magazine, Volumes 21-22

1865
...earnest words. Then she parted from the captain — the poor cook, pointing them to heaven. Then " Her face Was pale, but very beautiful— her lip Had a more delicate outline, and the tint Wai deeper; but her countenance wai like The majesty of angels. The son get — And she was dead."...
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Routledge's readings, selected and arranged by E. Routledge

Edmund Routledge - 1871
...was to die, the calmest one In Israel at that hour, stood up alone. And waited for the sun to set. Her face Was pale, but very beautiful — her lip...but her countenance was like The majesty of angels. The sun set — • And she was dead — but not by violence. DEATH OF ABSALOM. BY NP WILLIS. THE waters...
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