Genealogy of the Ancestry and Posterity of Isaac Lawrence: And Centennial Meeting of His Descendants, November 27, 1851

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J. Munsell, 1853 - 76 Seiten
 

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Seite 58 - We are all here ! Father, mother. Sister, brother, All who hold each other dear. Each chair is filled — we're all at home To-night let no cold stranger come : It is not often thus around Our old familiar hearth we're found : Bless, then, the meeting and the spot ; For once be every care forgot ; Let gentle Peace assert her power. And kind Affection rule the hour ; We're all— all here.
Seite 59 - re round us as they were of old. We are all here. We arc all here : Father, mother, Sister, brother ; You that I love with love so dear. This may not long of us be said, Soon must we join the gathered dead, And by the hearth we now sit 'round Some other circle will be found.
Seite 58 - The quiet grave-yard — some lie there — And cruel Ocean has his share ; We're not all here. We are all here ! Even they, the dead — though dead, so dear, Fond Memory, to her duty true, Brings back their faded forms to view.
Seite 58 - We're not all here ! Some are away, the dead ones dear, Who thronged with us this ancient hearth And gave the hour to guiltless mirth. Fate, with a stern relentless hand, Looked in and thinned our little band : Some, like a night-flash, passed away, And some sank lingering day by day ; The quiet grave-yard — some lie there — And cruel Ocean has his share ; We're not all here.
Seite 58 - re all at home; To-night let no cold stranger come : It is not often thus around Our old familiar hearth we 're found : Bless, then, the meeting and the spot ; For once be every care forgot ; Let gentle Peace assert her power, And kind Affection rule the hour ; We 're all— all here.
Seite 8 - ... Relief and Red Hill two other small deposits have been uncovered. If these deposits are on the extension of the Cranberry vein, it must have divided into a number of parts. There is evidently no continuous vein in this portion of the district, but the deposits are in short parallel independent veins. On the south side of the road about a quarter of a mile east of Brummet Post Office, JW Hughes opened a vein 2J^ feet wide in a white gneiss, and a quarter of a mile east of the crossing of Rock...
Seite 58 - Each well remembered face appears; We see them as in times long past, From each to each, kind looks are cast; We hear their words, their smiles behold ; They 're round us as they were of old.
Seite 3 - Cœur de Lion, to the war of the Crusades, in the Holy Land, and so distinguished himself in the siege of Acre that he was knighted Sir Robert of Ashton Hall, and obtained for his arms,
Seite 58 - We are all here. Even they — the dead, though dead, so dear. Fond memory to her duty true, Brings back their faded forms to view. How life-like through the mist of years Each well...
Seite 8 - The location of this arch was on the north side of the road a few rods west of the store on Bartlett's corner, and the cavity where the rocks were taken out may yet be seen.

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