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" Bell Into this world of ours? The gates of heaven were left ajar: With folded hands and dreamy eyes, Wandering out of Paradise, She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the glistening depths of even — Its bridges, running to and fro, O'er which the... "
Peace, Or, The Stolen Will: An American Novel - Page 169
by Mary Wolcott Janvrin - 1857 - 407 pages
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Littell's Living Age, Volume 48

1856 - 1432 pages
...ALDBICH. HAVE you not heard the poet tell How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of oars T The gates of heaven were left ajar : With folded hands and dreamy eyes She wandered out of Paradise ! She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the depths of purple even — Its bridges, running to and...
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Southern Literary Messenger, Volume 22

1856 - 542 pages
..."Babie Bell." Have you not heard the Poet tell How came the dainty babie Bell Into this world of ours ? The Gates of Heaven were left ajar: With folded hands and dreamy eyes She wandered out of Paradise ! She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the depths of purple even — Ite bridges, running to and...
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The National Magazine: Devoted to Literature, Art, and Religion, Volume 8

Abel Stevens, James Floy - 1856 - 600 pages
...AFВ11S LONG. HAVE you not heard the poet tell Haw came the duinty Bahie Bell Into this world of ours? The gates of heaven were left ajar : With folded hands and dreamy eyes She wandered out of Paradise ! She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the depths of purple even — Its hridges, running to and...
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Our Little Ones in Heaven

Walter Aimwell - 1858 - 262 pages
...BABIE BELL. HAVE you not heard the poet tell How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of ours ? The gates of heaven were left ajar : With folded hands and dreamy eyes She wandered out of Paradise ! She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the depths of purple even — Its bridges, running to and...
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Pictures and Flowers for Child-lovers

1861 - 236 pages
...within." HAVE you not heard the poet tell How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of ours ? The gates of Heaven were left ajar: With folded hands and dreamy eyes Wandering out of Paradise, She saw this planet, like a star, BABIE BELL. 93 Hung in the purple depths...
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Home Ballads

1865 - 118 pages
...BELL. i. HAVE you not heard the poets tell How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of ours ? The gates of heaven were left ajar: With folded hands and dreamy eyes. Wandering out of Paradise, .She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the glittering depths of even...
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Festival of Song: A Series of Evenings with the Poets

Frederick Saunders - 1866 - 412 pages
...ALDRICH : — Have you not heard the poets tell How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of ours? The gates of heaven were left ajar : With folded hands and dreamy eyes Wandering out of Paradise, She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the glistening depths of even...
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Common School Readings: Containing New Selections in Prose and Poetry for ...

John Swett - 1868 - 246 pages
...AxuRlCH. HAVE you not heard the poet tell, How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of ours? The gates of heaven were left ajar With folded hands and dreamy eyes She wandered out of Paradise ! She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the depths of purple even— Its bridges, running to and...
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The Monthly Religious Magazine, Volumes 25-26

1861 - 892 pages
...BABIE BELL. Have you not heard the poet tell How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of ours ? The gates of Heaven were left ajar : With folded hands and dreamy eyes Wandering out of Paradise, She saw this planet, like a star, Hung in the purple depths of even, —...
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New Cyclopaedia of Poetical Illustrations: Adapted to Christian Teaching ...

1872 - 710 pages
...Coming of a. Have you not heard the poets tell How came the dainty Babie Bell Into this world of ours ? No spirit sitting by its form of clay ; [Death. Nor sigh nor sound from Wandering out of Paradise, She saw this planet, like a star, Hung on the glistening depths of even,...
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