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" Birthday. Going through the woods, the softness of my tread upon the mossy ground and among the brown leaves enhanced the Christmas sacredness by which I felt surrounded. As the whitened stems environed me, I thought how the Founder of the time had never... "
HOUSEHOLD WORDS CHRISTMAS STORIES - Page 72
by CHARLES DICKENS - 1851
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The Atlantic Monthly, Volume 26; Volume 28

American literature - 1871
...which I felt surrounded. As the whitened stems environed me, I thought how the Founder of the time had never raised his benignant hand, save to bless...heal, except in the case of one unconscious tree." Now we found ourselves on the same ground, surrounded by the full beauty of the summer-time. The hand...
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YESTERDAYS WITH AUTHORS

JAMES T. FIELDS - 1872
...which I felt surrounded. As the whitened stems environed me, I thought how the Founder of the time had never raised his benignant hand, save to bless...heal, except in the case of one unconscious tree." Now we found ourselves on the same ground, surrounded by the full beauty of the summer-time. The hand...
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Works of Charles Dickens, Volume 26

Charles Dickens - 1877
...which I felt surrounded. As the whitened stems environed me, I thought how the Founder of the time had never raised his benignant hand, save to bless...and not be loving of, recalling who had loved them I No garden that I passed wa8 out of unison with the day, for I remembered that the tomb was in a garden,...
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The Christmas Books: And Reprinted Pieces

Charles Dickens - Christmas stories - 1883 - 840 pages
...which I felt surrounded. As the whitened stems environed me, I thought how the Founder of the time had never raised his benignant hand, save to bless...and not be loving of, recalling who had loved them I No garden that I passed was out of unison with the day, for I remembered that the tomb was in a garden,...
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The Childhood and Youth of Charles Dickens: With Retrospective Notes, and ...

Robert Langton - Authors, English - 1883 - 250 pages
...the churchyard ROCHESTER CATHEDRAL AND CASTLE. MINOR CANON Row, ROCHESTER. (See also Edwin Droo1I.) where the dead had been quietly buried, ' in the sure...and certain hope ' which Christmas time inspired. Thus Christmas begirt me, far and near, until I came to Blackheath, and had walked down the long vista...
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Haileybury Chapel and Other Sermons

George Edward Jeans - Sermons, English - 1886 - 128 pages
...which I felt surrounded. As the " whitened stems environed me I thought " how the Founder of the time had never " raised his benignant hand save to bless " and heal, except in the case of one un" conscious tree. I came to the village, " and the churchyard where the dead had " been quietly buried...
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The Childhood and Youth of Charles Dickens: With Retrospective Notes, and ...

Robert Langton - Novelists, English - 1891 - 260 pages
...the hoar-frost sparkle everywhere, I felt as if all nature shared in the joy of the great birthday. By Cobham Hall, I came to the village, and the churchyard...and certain hope ' which Christmas time inspired. — Thus Christmas begirt me, far and near, until I came to Blackheath, and had walked down the long...
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The Childhood and Youth of Charles Dickens: With Retrospective Notes, and ...

Robert Langton - Novelists, English - 1891 - 260 pages
...the hoar-frost sparkle everywhere, I felt as if all nature shared in the joy of the great birthday. By Cobham Hall, I came to the village, and the churchyard...and certain hope ' which Christmas time inspired. — -Thus Christmas begirt me, far and near, until I came to Blackheath, and had walked down the long...
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A Week's Tramp in Dickens-Land: Together with Personal Reminiscences of the ...

William Richard Hughes - England - 1891 - 432 pages
...hoar-frost sparkle everywhere, I felt as if all Nature shared in the joy of the great Birthday. ... By Cobham Hall I came to the village, and the churchyard...quietly buried ' in the sure and certain hope ' which Christmastide inspired." We notice in our quiet tramp here a peculiarity in the foliage of the oaks...
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Yesterdays with Authors

James Thomas Fields - Authors - 1899 - 419 pages
...which I felt surrounded. As the whitened stems environed me, I thought how the Founded ef the time had never raised his benignant hand, save to bless and heal, except in the case of one tmconscious tree." Now we found ourselves on the same ground, surrounded by the full beauty of the...
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