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" What though yet no losses grieve you, Gay with health and many a grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you ; Summer gives to autumn place. 5 " Yearly in our course returning, Messengers of shortest stay, Thus we preach this truth concerning, Heaven and... "
A Spelling Book: Containing Exercises in Orthography, Pronunciation, and Reading - Page 109
by William Bolles - 1828
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Sacred Classics, Or, Cabinet Library of Divinity, Volume 28

Richard Cattermole, Henry Stebbing - Christianity - 1836
...by us at length persuaded, Every leaf must have its fall. Youths, though yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to autumn place. Venerable sires, grown hoary, Hither turn the unwilling eye, Think, amidst your falling glory, Autumn...
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Introduction to the English Reader: Or, A Selection of Pieces in Prose and ...

Lindley Murray - Children - 1836 - 152 pages
...blooming, Number'd now among the dead. Youths, though yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health, and many a grace ; Let not cloudless skies deceive you ; Summer gives to autumn place. Yearly in our course returning, Messengers of shortest stay ; Thus we preach this truth concerning, Heav'n and earth shall...
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Hymns for Social Worship: Selected from Watts, Doddridge, Newton, Cowper ...

Hymns, English - 1840 - 516 pages
...Number'd now among the dead. 4 " What though yet no losses grieve you, " Gay with health and many a grace ; "Let not cloudless skies deceive you : "Summer gives to autumn place. 5 "Yearly in our course returning, "Messengers of shortest stay, " Thus we preach this truth concerning...
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Lessons for young persons in humble life [by E. Frank].

Elizabeth Frank - 1842
...the fickle air that raises, Brings us down to parent earth. Youths ! though yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you ; Summer gives to autumn place. Venerable sires ! grown hoary, Hither turn th' observing eye ; Think, amidst your falling glory, Autumn...
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The Child at Home, Volume 3

Christian literature for children - 1843
...at length, by us persuaded, Ev'ry leaf must have its fall. Youths, though yet no losses grieve you Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to Autumn place. Venerable sires, grown hoary, Hither turn th' unwilling eye, Think, amidst your falling glory, Autumn...
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A Service Book for Sunday Schools: To which is Added a Collection of Hymns

Boylston Chapel Sunday School (Charlestown, Boston, Mass.) - Prayer books - 1842 - 120 pages
...blooming, Numbered now among the dead. 3 " What though yet no losses grieve you. Gay with health and many a grace ; Let not cloudless skies deceive you : Summer gives to autumn place. 4 " Yearly in our course returning, Messengers of shortest stay, O receive our kindly warning, —...
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The Child's own annual

1844
...at length, by us persuaded, Ev'ry leaf must have its fall. Youths, though yet no losses grieve you Gay in health and manly grace, Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to Autumn place. Venerable sires, grown hoary, Hither turn th' unwilling eye, Think, amidst your falling glory, Autumn...
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The Union hymn book, for the use of Sunday schools

Bristol Sunday-school union - 1844
...sad and solemn sound. 2 Sons of Adam, once in Eden, 231 3 Youths, though yet no losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace ; Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to autumn place. 4 Yearly in our course recurring, Messengers of shortest stay ; Thus we preach this truth, unerring,...
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The Christian mother's magazine, ed. by mrs. Milner, Volume 1

Mary Milner - 1844
...the fickle air that raises, Brings us down to parent earth. Youths, though yet, no losses grieve you, Gay in health and manly grace : Let not cloudless skies deceive you, Summer gives to Autumn place. Venerable sires, grown hoary ; Hither turn th' unwilling eye ; Think, amid your failing glory, Autumn...
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The Sunday School Service Book: Part Second, Hymns for the School

Stephen Clarendon Phillips - Hymns - 1844 - 236 pages
...blooming, Numbered now among the dead. "What though yet no losses grieve you, Gay with health and many a grace ? Let not cloudless skies deceive you : Summer gives to autumn place. " Yearly in our course returning, Messengers of shortest stay, On the tree of life eternal, O, let all our hopes be laid !...
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