All theS aints and Guardian Angels Throng in legions to protect it. II. Ton behold in me Only a travelling Physioian. III. The storm, that against your casement drives, In the little village below waylaid me. IV. Like a vapour the golden visionS hall fade and pass. V. How now, my friend IT his looks quite lonely IN obanner flying from the walls. No pages and no seneschals, No warders, and one porter only I VI. The day is done; and slowly from the scene The stooping sun upgathers his spent shafts. VII. Primcb Hknbt seated, toith a book, Eiie, at a distance, gathering flowers, VIII. And lo I he heard The sudden singing of a bird. IX. They are sitting withE lsie at the door. She is telling them stories of the wood. And theW olf, and Little Red Ridinghood. X. He gave us the farm, the house, and the grange. He gave us the horses and the carts. And the great oxen in the stall. XI. My Redeemer and my Lord, I beseech thee, I entreat thee, Guide me in each act and word. XII. I saw our little Gertrude die; She left off breathing, and no more I smoothed the pillow beneath her head. XIII. Why keep me pacing to and fro A mid these aisles of sacred gloom} D88IOMKO BY TX iiZ BiRKBT FOBTKR. 1B iRKKT Foster. 5B iRKKT Foster. 9B iRKET Foster. 19 BiuKET Foster. 20 BiRKET Foster. 27 BiRKET Foster. 28 Jane .H at. 30 BiRKET Foster. 38 BiRKET Foster. 42 Jane .H ay. 46 Jane E. Hay.
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