Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal, Volume 9, Number 3, September, 1999

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal to visit her and bring Richard Woodville. It was not an easy

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal SECTION 2: POETRY 14. Be Thou Faithful Unto Death, and I

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Portraying with an artist's eye, Scotia's majestic scenery

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal 33. Teach Me The Way (dated May 18, 1874, published in Colorado

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal As blooming gaily, Could ye foresee the coming storm? So real now

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal To weary hearts the balmy ocean's breath, Soft sighs from out her

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal 62. Bertie ' Baby (published in Colorado Citizen, November 27

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal I was chieftain of the land. But the Indians' day of glory, Like

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal This Summer scene is framed in garland gay Of wild briar roses

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Smith, George W. 17, 18, 39 Smith, Martin 23 Smith, N. H. 124

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal moralized by bad company, falling upon his knees and crying aloud

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal saying, he walked to the window, when, to his horror

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal the whole Mexican army encamped at Texana, about two miles off

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal equalled by the wide-eyed wonder and perfect faith

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Balize, ere we arrived at Galveston. During all this time I

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal for me, for I was its queen that night, and I was determined

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... Nesbitt Memorial Library Journal Foley, S. T. 173 Ford, Lieutenant 102 Foster, Abner K. 37 Foster

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... his library of more than 350 law books and pursued her career in earnest, at various times teaching... submission, was attributed to the editor of this journal, follows Flachmeier in granting Darden, alas only

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... ever decked with modest care, No epitaph to tell his valiant deeds. Thou need'st no memorial to tell

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