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Página 347 - Hence the loud city's busy throngs Urge the warm bowl and splendid fire ; Harmonious dances, festive songs, Against the spiteful heaven conspire. Meantime, perhaps with tender fears, Some village-dame the curfew hears, While round the hearth her children play ; At morn their father went abroad ; The moon is sunk, and deep the road ; She sighs, and wonders at his stay.
Página 321 - ... words of eternal life. From the first Entuta paid great attention to the preaching of the Gospel, and Christian principles were insensibly developed in his heart, before it became perceptible to those around him. He opened his mind to me a few days after he had heard a discourse on those words of Joshua : " As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord.