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" Till they wake with morning light? God in heaven each name can tell, Knows them all and loves them well. "
Harper's First [-sixth] Reader - Page 97
edited by - 1888
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Chambers's narrative series of standard reading books, Book 3

Chambers W. and R., ltd - 1863
...the water ? God has counted every one. Every one He called by name When into the world it came. 3. Do you know how many children Go to little beds at night ? Sleeping there so warm and cosy Till they wake with morning light ? God in heaven each name can tell, Knows them all, and loves...
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The Third Reader: For Primary Schools

George Stillman Hillard, Loomis Joseph Campbell - Readers (Elementary) - 1864 - 204 pages
...water ? — God has counted every one. 2* Every one he called by name When into the world it came. 3. Do you know how many children Go to little beds at...?God in heaven each name can tell, Knows them all and loves them welL LESSON III. bird tow'ard o'pened * climb asked mouths bought care'ful-ly wilTing to-geth'er...
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The Third Reader: For Primary Schools

George Stillman Hillard, Loomis Joseph Campbell - Readers (Elementary) - 1864 - 204 pages
...water ? — God has counted every one. 2* Every one he called by name When into the world it came. 3. Do you know how many children Go to little beds at...warm and cosey, Till they wake with morning light 1God in heaven each name can tell, Knows them all and loves them well. LESSON III. bird tow'ard o'pened...
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The Scripture progressive reading books [ed. by J. Ridgway].

James Ridgway (B.D.) - 1877
...in the water ? God has counted every one. Every one He called by name When into the world it came. Do you know how many children Go to little beds at night, Sleeping there so warm and cosy Till they wake with morning light? God in heaven each name can tell, Knows them all and loves...
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Young Folks ̕book of Poetry: Containing a Collection of the Best Short and ...

Readers and speakers - 1880 - 2100 pages
...sing in the summer hours When the West begins to blow." EDMUND C. STEDJIAN. . 39 CHOICE STANZAS. Do you know how many children Go to little beds at...in heaven each name can tell, Knows them all, and loves them well. LET all your work be early done : By lazy sloth 2 no prize is won, And time and tide...
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Tropical reading books, Book 1

Eliza Caroline Phillips - 1880
...in the water ? God has counted every one. Every one He called by name When into the world it came. 3 Do you know how many children Go to little beds at night 1 Sleeping there so warm and cozy Till they wake with morning light f God in Heaven each name can tell,...
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Graded Selections for Memorizing: Adapted for Use at Home and in School

John Bradley Peaslee - American literature - 1880 - 184 pages
...many insects Fly about in the sunlight? God in heaven called each by name When into the world it came. Do you know how many children Go to little beds at night, And, without a care or trouble, Wake up with the morning bright? God in heaven each name can tell;...
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The new explanatory readers. Standard 1-3, 5,6. [With] Home lesson book, Issue 1

Moffatt and Paige - 1885
...in the water ? God has counted every one. Every one He called by name, When into the world it came. Do you know how many children Go to little beds at night — Sleeping there so warm and cosy Till they wake with morning light ? God in heaven each name can tell, THE DESEET AND THE CAMEL....
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Harper's Second Reader: In Two Parts

Readers - 1888 - 208 pages
...the highest wall is made ; One flake upon another, And the deepest snow is laid. 2. A little — 'tis a little word, But much may in it dwell; Then let...V. A SUMMER DAY. This is the way the morning dawns: Rosy tints on flowers and trees, Winds that wake the birds and bees, Dew-drops on the flowers and lawns...
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Harper's First-[fourth] Reader

James Baldwin - 1888
...the highest wall is made; One flake upon another, And the deepest snow is laid. 2. A little — 'tis a little word, But much may in it dwell; Then let...to little beds at night, Sleeping there so warm and cozy Till they wake with morning light? God in heaven each name can tell; Knows them all, and knows...
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