Four figures swacthed like mummies lay on the schoolroom floor in the twilight. Who were they? Only the redoubtable Mitfords—Chris, Alick, Ida, and Dan, who, together ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 3,618 words
As whan sang the angels bright "Glory to the new-born King," So again sweet singers sing On the Holy Christmas night. ...Article : 135 words
Bright Christmastide, thy morning breaks O'er gleaming hills, o'er dewy vales; Where'er the pearly dawn awakes The earth thy glorious advent hails. ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 289 words
"What means this glory round our feet," The Magi mus'd, "more bright than morn?" And voices ohanted, clear and sweet, "To-day the Prince of Peace is born." ...Article : 209 words
It chanc'd upon the merry, merry Christmas Eve I went singing post the church, across the moorland dreary; Oh! never sin, and want, and woe this earth will ...Article : 205 words
3. Saints and angels thus united Songs imperfect still must raise: Though, despis'd on earth, and slighted, ... [ILLUSTRATED]Article : 105 words
Australia! O'er thee gleams another Christmas sun; Another year of labor's recompense is won; 'Progress,'thy motto still; thy children see The hope of future greatness held by thee. ...Article : 176 words
The Christmas Bells—Oh, hark and hear How far and faint, yet sweet and clear, Across the firth, across the fell, The minster chimes melodious swell. ...Article : 101 words
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