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GRACE HAMILTON'S SCHOOL-DAYS ;” “HEART'S EASE IN
THE HOUSE;" "KINGSDOWN LODGE,” ETC. ETC.
“ To soothe thy sickness, watch thy health ;
Partake, but never waste thy wealth,
ore can I give, or thou require?”
A NEW EDITION.
31, PATERNOSTER ROW.
“I leave thee, sister! We have played
Through many a joyous hour,
Hung dim o'er fount and bower!
In song, in prayer, in sleep,
Kind sister ! let me weep."-MRS, HEMANS.
“ Tais day week!” said Lilian Grey, as she sat with her sister at their chamber-window, watching the last hues of sunset fade from the wavy hills that almost encircled the quiet little town of Kirby-Brough ; "this day week, at this time, I shall be far, far away.".
Elizabeth sighed, and tried to thread her needle in the faint light that still radiated from the glowing west; but she made no reply. Lilian went on: “It seems so strange, Elizabeth, to think that after next Tuesday Kirby-Brough will never be my home again. That Sundays will come, and the bells will ring, and I shall not be sitting between you and Eleanor, where I have sat ever since I first went to church. And then the summer--the long, sultry, July days, when I always