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Title: Pictures and songs for the little ones at home
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Title: Pictures and songs for the little ones at home
Physical Description: <16 leaves> : col. ill. ; 19 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Thomas Nelson and Sons
Place of Publication: London
Edinburgh
New York
Publication Date: 1861
Copyright Date: 1861
 Subjects
Subject: Christian life -- Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry -- 1861   ( lcsh )
Gold stamped cloth (Binding) -- 1861   ( local )
Embossed cloth bindings (Binding) -- 1861   ( rbbin )
Bldn -- 1861
Genre: poetry   ( marcgt )
Juvenile poetry   ( lcsh )
Children's poetry   ( lcsh )
Gold stamped cloth (Binding)   ( local )
Embossed cloth bindings (Binding)   ( rbbin )
Spatial Coverage: England -- London
Scotland -- Edinburgh
United States -- New York -- New York
 Notes
Statement of Responsibility: by the editors of the "Children's paper."
General Note: Date from inscription.
General Note: Text printed on only one side of leaves; with printed sides facing each other.
 Record Information
Bibliographic ID: UF00015687
Volume ID: VID00001
Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
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Resource Identifier: ltqf - AAA8207
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oclc - 48002827
alephbibnum - 002235857

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IpY t-o ,ome to ot her J:'ili,
Take a te .iei, my de.r,
W ith tli.,e little feet thiit toItert ,
A nl tbht pretty laok o fei;'.
Now -a-;tier 0ud ulinther'-
Stretch out handis-you will not fall-
There, you've walkel al'One to miothlr,
''Iottered to her at. her .cali'"

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Oft would hoki you up when fa.lli"n,
Oft her arms around you throw--
Never will your heart forget her
FInr her love so kind aind true,
iuit there's One who loves ynu l tter,
Jesus--once a child like you!
See, He tulnds with Atrnms wide omen
.A ndl He :cries with voice of love.
Come to me, and I ,w ill gide you
In the way to heaven lrove.
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(IENTLE ILayrnate, skipping. free,
r T,- tile ime.raws come with n me
Sic, thi fieiIs A with flowers are 1righ It,
LButtercii{ aind daises white.


You sihall bn 1. anrd skip, and play
On It h -,gris this summer Ilay,
Co( e Na'y- you need not fear
With oair litle nluie-tress near.
Follow ine, My pet, I know
Such a plea.-tuit way to go.
Should you wander from thlie track
I will quickly bring you back,
A nd when weary you shall rest
In ilmy arms and onil my breast.
Little mitress! Oine of old
Called the Lambs of .1 adal's fidl.
S Sulfer tlihen to come to me."
Still lie speaks, and peaks to k t.
See the Shepherd standing liy,
You may in His nosoem lie,
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Over plains, anv iil and valil..'
W e arit I oiZ._- t.,l Hit. palace
In the better land.

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No, fir friends unrset-n are near us,
An,-els round us- sian-.
(Cris.t, our Le ler, walks beside us,
Ie will ;guard us'-- Ie will guide us
To the better land.

Teli iie, i'ilgrims, wlat you hoie for
III the better iaid ?
Spt e:. o-, and :cr:.wns of gl-d ry
1-Frm a San iour's hand.
We siall drink of Life's clear rixer,
We shall ,dw: vll witi God for exer
In tlie letter land.

Will viou let :ie travel with y:u
T:o the bet itr laud ?
iCoie away- we bid you welco,:e
To c.ur little band.
( me, 0 conei! wie cannot leave ,''u,
Christ is waiting to receive you
In the better land,.

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1HILDREN, you hv have heard the story
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Left his Father's house on high
A wl caune down to earth to die,
To a friend so true and tender
What should you0 not freel' r,'ider
When his suffering here was eniled,
lie to heaven again ascended,
Now he reigns in glory there,
Yet lie ioves to hear your prayer.
To a friend so true and tender
XWho would not all praises render
This good Saviour loveth dearly
Those like you who seek him early,
There is none too young to sin,
None too y'ounrg his grace to win.
To this friend so true and tender
Will you not you heart surrender ?
Choose this friend, ye poor and frienrles
)Trust his love so deep and endlless,
It will bless you all your days
I Anil your souls to glory raise.
Children, to this friend so tender,
Nowy, 0 now! your heart surrendrvr.
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SER E'S a nest in the hed ge row,
Half hidi by the le;ites,
Andi the spr ays, white wit.if bl,) soni,
Bend o'er it like eavs.,

Look in very softly
Between thie gree-ln hou),, s,
While the mother is absent
tGod watelies the blouse.

Straiv wall~ and l liniii
Of !io"e os ei.id 'moo,
W'iell '.vrouiht the mail masn,
Hisi bill all tiis tool.

Three eggs, inle and specklled,
Are all it will bold,
But more dear to the mother
Than diamonds and gold.


.he i. happy and thankful
The whole summer long,
With her mate perching near her
And. warbling his song.

"lod gave them their lodlging,.
Hi:e ives them their food,
Andi: they trnst he will give thet-
Whiatever is good.

Ah, when your rich blessings,
My child., you forget,
W lie' for some little trouble
You mnurimur and fret,

lHear the sweet voices singing
In hedgles and trees,
Will you be less thankful,
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SNCE among a hand of brothers
Tire wt oi i.ne, his t thiera' jo-y,
Luved ;o f.nlly that the others
SL..Ake- with euny on the boy,
For his kiulness and his goodness
Treated him with scorn awnd rud.-iess.
i In a desert place they threw him
Down a pit, a living grave,
And when up again they drew him
'Twas to sell him for a slave,
To a life of want and danger
In the countryr y of the stranger.
See him there by all forsaken
Fettered in a dungeon lie,
Yet he keeps his trust unshaken,
And his Father hears his cry,
Lifts him out of tribulation
To a great and princely station.
Years went by, and to that city
In distress his brethren came,
Then, unknown, lie showed them pity,
Never spoke a word of blame,
But by words and deeds of kindness
Made them eep their guilt and blindness.
In your youth like him endeavour
Thus to know and love the Lord,
Choose his service, seek his favour,
Follow Christ, and hear his word,-
Once this heavenly friend possessing,
You will want no other blessing.

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FLOWERS,
NOW lessors are said-let us hasten away
To the garden and look at the flowers,
How sweet, is their fragrance, their col. u.rs how gay,
As they bloom in the bright summer hours.
But look how these roses are drooping their heads,
For days unrefreshed by the rain;
Come bring the full pitcher and water the beds,
They will blow in fresh beauty again.
Then we must look after those troublesome weeds,
And rake them quite up by the roots,
They grow where we planted our mignonette seeds
And injure the delicate shoots.
Dear children, the flowers you are busied about
Will grow, though they toil not nor spin,
And while your are tending the garden without
You should think of the garden within.
The heart is by nature like wilderness ground
Which yields neither flowers nor fruit,
There poisonous weeds and rank thistles abound
Which only God's hand can uproot.
O seek that his Spirit this desolate place
May make like a garden to bloom,
There plant and there nurture the flowers of his grace
In beauty and lasting perfume.




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