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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Charles Jefferys. (1807–1865) (continued)
 
6468
    Meek and lowly, pure and holy,
Chief among the “blessed three.”
          Charity.
6469
    Come, wander with me, for the moonbeams are bright
On river and forest, o’er mountain and lea.
          Come, wander with me.
6470
    A word in season spoken
May calm the troubled breast.
          A Word in Season.
6471
    The bud is on the bough again,
  The leaf is on the tree.
          The Meeting of Spring and Summer.
6472
    I have heard the mavis singing
  Its love-song to the morn;
I ’ve seen the dew-drop clinging
  To the rose just newly born.
          Mary of Argyle.
6473
    We have lived and loved together
  Through many changing years;
We have shared each other’s gladness,
  And wept each other’s tears.
          We have lived and loved together.
 
Helen Selina, Lady Dufferin Sheridan. (1807–1867)
 
6474
    I ’m sitting on the stile, Mary,
  Where we sat side by side.
          Lament of the Irish Emigrant.
6475
    The corn was springing fresh and green,
  And the lark sang loud and high,
And the red was on your lip, Mary,
  And the love-light in your eye.
          Lament of the Irish Emigrant.
6476
    I’m very lonely now, Mary,
  For the poor make no new friends;
But oh they love the better still
  The few our Father sends!
          Lament of the Irish Emigrant.
 

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