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John Bartlett (1820–1905).  Familiar Quotations, 10th ed.  1919.
 
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Frederick William Faber. (1814–1863) (continued)
 
7175
    The world is growing old;
  Who would not be at rest and free
Where love is never cold?
          Paradise.
 
Charles Mackay. (1814–1889)
 
7176
    Cleon hath a million acres,—ne’er a one have I;
Cleon dwelleth in a palace,—in a cottage I.
          Cleon and I.
7177
    But the sunshine aye shall light the sky,
  As round and round we run;
And the truth shall ever come uppermost,
  And justice shall be done.
          Eternal Justice. Stanza 4.
7178
    Aid the dawning, tongue and pen;
Aid it, hopes of honest men!
          Clear the Way.
7179
    Some love to roam o’er the dark sea’s foam,
Where the shrill winds whistle free.
          Some love to roam.
7180
    There’s a good time coming, boys!
  A good time coming.
          The good Time coming.
7181
    Cannon-balls may aid the truth
  But thought’s a weapon stronger;
We’ll win our battles by its aid,
  Wait a little longer.
          The good Time coming.
7182
    The smallest effort is not lost,
Each wavelet on the ocean tost
Aids in the ebb-tide or the flow;
Each rain-drop makes some floweret blow;
Each struggle lessens human woe.
          The Old and the New.
7183
    Old Tubal Cain was a man of might
In the days when earth was young.
          Tubal Cain.
 

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