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" I love the sunshine everywhere, — In wood, and field, and glen ; I love it in the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement shade Upon the red-brick floor. "
The Musical World - 453. oldal
1860
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The modern school readers. 1st-6th reader, 2. kötet

Cassell, ltd - 1880
...ground by winding her tail round a straw, and sliding down it. LESSON XXXV. THE SUNSHINE. 1. I love the sunshine everywhere— In wood, and field, and glen...love it in the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. 2. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement shade Upon...

Geographical Readers for Elementary Schools, 1. könyv

Charlotte Maria Shaw Mason - 1881
...What is the path she takes round the sun called ? — Her orbit. LESSON VIII. THE SUNSHINE. I LOVE the sunshine everywhere, In wood, and field, and glen...the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement-shade Upon the red brick...

The Royal readers. (Roy. sch. ser.). Ser.3. No.1,2 [2 eds.], 4

Nelson Thomas and sons, ltd - 1881
...praise of the sunshine, showing how it makes all the scenes of nature bright and lovely.] 1. I love the sunshine everywhere — In wood, and field, and 'glen...love it in the busy 'haunts Of 'town-imprisoned men. 2. I love it, when it streameth in THE SUNSHINE. 3. I love it, where the children lie Deep in the clovery...

The revised series. First (-Sixth) reader, ed. by T. Morrison

Thomas Morrison (LL.D.) - 1884
...and soon there were two sunbeams in the house through all the cloudy day. The Sunshine. I love the sunshine everywhere — In wood, and field, and glen...grass, To watch among the twining roots The gold-green beetle pass. I love it on the breezy sea, To glance on sail and oar, While the great waves like molten...

Geographical readers, 1. könyv

Charlotte Maria S. Mason - 1884
...What is the path she takes round the sun called?— Her orbit. LESSON VIII. THE SUNSHINE. 1 LOVE the sunshine everywhere, In wood, and field, and glen...the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement-shade Upon the red brick...

The Improved illustrated reader, 3. könyv

Improved illustrated reader - 1885
...in DOING, TRYING. At-tempt', trial. I Per-se-vere', go on trying. IX.— THE SUNSHINE. 1. I love the sunshine everywhere, — In wood, and field, and glen...love it in the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. 2. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement shade Upon...

The Oriel readers. First (-Third) infant primer

Oriel readers - 1885
...having diamond panes, people are often seen. molten, melted, thawless, never melting. 1. I love the sunshine everywhere — In wood, and field, and glen...love it in the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. 2. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement shade Upon...

Bell's Ladies' reader: a class-book of poetry for schools and families. With ...

David Charles Bell - 1885
...their little souls to sing! 64.—THE SUNSHINE.—Jlfari/ Howitt. I love the sunshine everywhere—in wood, and field, and glen ; i love it in the busy haunts of town-imprisoned men. 1 love it, when it streameth in the humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement-shade upon...

Hoekzema's Gleanings from English Poetry

David Hoekzema - 1893 - 334 oldal
...'tis little joy To know I'm farther off from heav'n Than when I was a boy. 7. SUNSHINE. I love the sunshine everywhere — In wood, and field, and glen;...the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement shade Upon the red brick...

Victorian Poetry, Selected and Arranged

...thtmder — Have made thy power, thy fame! 282 POETS. MARY HOWITT (1804-). THE SUTTSHINT3. I LOVE the sunshine everywhere In wood, and field, and glen;...the busy haunts Of town-imprisoned men. I love it when it streameth in The humble cottage door, And casts the chequered casement shade Upon the red-brick...
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