The Quarterly of the Texas State Historical Association, Volume 13, July 1909 - April, 1910 Page: 327
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Notes and Fragments. 327
Died July 16, 1897.
Ella Rives Bell
In her Sixty-second Year.
'Rock of ages, cleft for me,'
'Let me hide myself in thee.'
'And that thou bidst me come to thee.'
'Oh Lamb of God, I come.'
'From my mother, from my boyhood,
Truth, Justice, Mercy.'
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